Funkyterrance wrote:Damn, it does get a little messy with the hard dotted lines like that doesn't it? Hmm...
What if it were ellipses instead of dotted lines? It is a difficult thing, cairns, I can see that now. On the one hand it is hard to tell some of the attack routes without notation but you also endanger the clean look of the map with such bold markings. I wonder if there is a middle-of-the-road option as far as boldness?
Leehar wrote:Idk, the connections were my first worry as well.
how can I tell if HF can attack CH etc (there's nothing between them)
H37 can attack both vertically and horizontally? :s
And also, I'm not sure if I'm reading it right but does the guard hit the building first, then the person inside? Any way to clarify that?
Industrial Helix wrote:I'm no expert, but I do know a little French and I'm not sure the title is totally correct. In my crappy understanding I read the translation as "Slaughter to Paris" but I think you're aiming for "Slaughter of Paris" or "Slaughter in Paris." which based on my limited knowledge and no practical experience, should be Massacre de Paris" or "Massacre dans Paris." But again I'm no expert and probably don;t know what I'm talking about, but it might be worth looking into.
Leehar wrote:Yeah, it's hard to conceive what immediate vicinity is defined as, but I guess I must be grateful bob will show all the connections!
For H37, then wouldn't a triangle be better? Tho I guess the C25 border wouldn't be as confirmed.
Wording: Only Guards can attack buildings and only buildings can attack personages within (whoever they are? Generals, Religious figureheads, revolutionaries etc)
Funkyterrance wrote:When can we play it?
nolefan5311 wrote:Honestly cairns, and I'm not trying to be slick or anything here, but I'm having a tough time wrapping my head around this one. I've looked at it, taken a day or two break, come back to look at it again, and I've done this for the better part of two weeks, and I'm still struggling to understand what's going on. The attack routes are just too vague for me.
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