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  1. Thanks for answering Pamplerousse! What I don't understand is why ZD and ZC share a letter but not ZA, when the situation looks pretty similar. I mean, if I don't use the tool, how would I know? The criteria used for sharing or not a letter. Thank you again!
  2. Do Thingiverse print these designs and ship? How much would all that be? (shipping to Europe-Spain)
  3. Thanks Johnnymaxx, sadly it seems so... And this should be the official thread for feedback. Well, let's better think they are on summer vacation 😉
  4. I wasn't aware of this thread and originally posted my question here: I copy-paste the content here: I have detected some "issues" (for now only on the Subway map). Please see screenshot below with the red lines I included, that I think they should have Line of Sight. The questions are: 1) If there's LOS between Z and the area between the 2 wagons, why there's no LOS between Z-D?. LOS is not interrupted by the wall on Z (only by a millimetre, but it is not interrupted), and the two markers see each other. 2) There is LOS between Z and B/C but not to A. How so? If I didn't have the tool I would not have resolved it this way. Is it possible that the tool has some errors on this map/board? I would appreciate if the developers of the tool could double-check. If there are no mistakes, then could someone kindly explain why my red lines do not have LOS? Thank you very much. The discussion was originally posted here: https://boardgamegeek.com/article/32477079#32477079
  5. I don't know where exactly to post this so I picked this sub-forum (board section). Monolith issued a Line of Sight tool (interactive web-page) that is a pretty good help for INSTANTLY checking if there's line of sight (LOS from now onwards) from or to an area. https://the-overlord.net/index.php?/batman/line-of-sight/line-of-sight-subway/ BUT, I have detected some "issues" (for now only on the Subway map). Please see screenshot below with the red lines I included, that I think they should have Line of Sight. The questions are: 1) If there's LOS between Z and the area between the 2 wagons, why there's no LOS between Z-D?. LOS is not interrupted by the wall on Z (only by a millimetre, but it is not interrupted), and the two markers see each other. 2) There is LOS between Z and B/C but not to A. How so? If I didn't have the tool I would not have resolved it this way. Is it possible that the tool has some errors on this map/board? I would appreciate if the developers of the tool could double-check. If there are no mistakes, then could someone kindly explain why my red lines do not have LOS? Thank you very much. The discussion was originally posted here: https://boardgamegeek.com/article/32477079#32477079
  6. Any approximate idea of when the final modelled version will be released?
  7. Yes, Martial Artists skill triggers when you Combo or Counter-Attack.
  8. Hmmm, no ofence intended, but what's the point of this site being the official page if monolith doesn't pay attention to what is said here? In the recent "rulebook" post on this forum, two guys have spent a lot of time making corrections to improve the understanding of the rulebook, and it would be a real pity that it doesn't reach no-one from monolith...
  9. I miss the "surnames" of the characters with more than one miniature, like Batman (Standard, Zero Year, Year 100, Miller), Catwoman (standard and Long Halloween) or Robin (Tim Drake or Damian Wayne).
  10. Page 23, text in FIG_43 makes reference to a special move called "JUMP" that Renée Montoya has to do to join Batman and Killer Croc. According to the picture, I believe it's not a "JUMP" but a "FALL", since she comes from an elevated place and goes to a lower place, right? (she falls from the roof to the street level)
  11. Just my 2 cents with something that I think I have not read it here yet. The following advertisements are not about painting itself, but very related (it's the step before and the step after painting): 1) Be careful with humidity (and also to heavy changes of temperature). That screws everything when it comes to priming. Avoid priming on wet days (if you do it outside). 2) Shake the primer can (if you prime with a spray, that is quicker but more expensive than priming with a brush) like there's no tomorrow. Seriously, shake it for 1 or 2 minutes vigorously. And if you prime several miniatures in a row, shake the can again every 5 or 10 miniatures. 3) If you varnish your miniatures to protect them, see points (1) and (2) above, because they also apply if you use a vanish in spray (which is way quicker although more expensive). 4) There are several types of varnish: brilliant, matt, or satin. Brilliant is... very shiny, but I think it's more resistant. Matt it's more realistic and avoids any shine. Satin I think it's somewhere in between. I tend to varnish mate for everything except for shiny pieces (metal armour, gems) that I apply some brilliant varnish. And don't forget the following: enjoy!!
  12. Niiiiiice job!!! Besides the antithetical improvement, line of sight and so must be clearer this way!
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