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Subject: Huge and squeezing rss

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Bernd Caspers
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Can huge miniatures squeeze through a single square space like large ones (as long as they are not rigid of course)?
I have never seen any printed rules regarding huges in general (did they come with the Universe set list, as this was the first set to have them?).
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I though the rule was that you could only squeeze in a space one smaller than your base. I could be wrong though...
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Jeffrey Huntington
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That's correct. You can only squeeze through a space one square smaller than the base unless the figure has the Rigid special ability (which would mean it can't squeeze at all).
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I'm pretty sure it's "half the size, rounded up" instead of "one square smaller". The difference is moot, though, since it comes out the same for huge/large, and the only thing larger is the AT-AT.
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