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Radulf

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  1. The car at the wall has the letter B, just like the roof, the area above the car has a shared E with the roof and the LOS to the area below the car goes below the wall, thus the car and the areas above and below are visible according the rule of walls blocking the LOS. Do you have any other examples that seem to go against that?
  2. The wall is blocking the LOS. There is no defined "height" for walls. If a line of sight goes through a wall, it is blocked (unless there are shared letters in the two areas). We also stumbled over that wall multiple times already, but according to the rules, it blocks the line of sight between the two miniatures.
  3. The dart still needs to hit to cause the 4 damage, meaning the attack would need to have at least one more success than the defence, as written in the poison rules. If it does hit, the precise number of netto successes is irrelevant as the attack causes exactly 4 damage as you wrote.
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