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Inspired by this question., I was curious if removing one vertical column of tiles would change the result. Id est for the following configuration:

H░█░
░█░M

is the Monster (M) a valid target for a ranged Hero (H) attack through the Obstacles (█)?

My thoughts are that M is a valid target for H because a line can traced from the top right corner of H to the bottom left corner of M that merely passes through the corner (specifically not along the edge) of both obstacles.

Inspired by this question. I was curious if removing one vertical column of tiles would change the result. Id est for the following configuration:

H░█░
░█░M

is the Monster (M) a valid target for a ranged Hero (H) attack through the Obstacles (█)?

My thoughts are that M is a valid target for H because a line can traced from the top right corner of H to the bottom left corner of M that merely passes through the corner (specifically not along the edge) of both obstacles.

Inspired by this question, I was curious if removing one vertical column of tiles would change the result. Id est for the following configuration:

H░█░
░█░M

is the Monster (M) a valid target for a ranged Hero (H) attack through the Obstacles (█)?

My thoughts are that M is a valid target for H because a line can traced from the top right corner of H to the bottom left corner of M that merely passes through the corner (specifically not along the edge) of both obstacles.

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Inspired by this questionquestion. I was curious if removing one vertical column of tiles would change the result. Id est for the following configuration:

H░█░
░█░M

is the Monster (M) a valid target for a ranged Hero (H) attack through the Obstacles (█)?

My thoughts are that M is a valid target for H because a line can traced from the top right corner of H to the bottom left corner of M that merely passes through the corner (specifically not along the edge) of both obstacles.

Inspired by this question. I was curious if removing one vertical column of tiles would change the result. Id est for the following configuration:

H░█░
░█░M

is the Monster (M) a valid target for a ranged Hero (H) attack through the Obstacles (█)?

My thoughts are that M is a valid target for H because a line can traced from the top right corner of H to the bottom left corner of M that merely passes through the corner (specifically not along the edge) of both obstacles.

Inspired by this question. I was curious if removing one vertical column of tiles would change the result. Id est for the following configuration:

H░█░
░█░M

is the Monster (M) a valid target for a ranged Hero (H) attack through the Obstacles (█)?

My thoughts are that M is a valid target for H because a line can traced from the top right corner of H to the bottom left corner of M that merely passes through the corner (specifically not along the edge) of both obstacles.

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Another Scenario: Can monster be targeted?

Inspired by this question. I was curious if removing one vertical column of tiles would change the result. Id est for the following configuration:

H░█░
░█░M

is the Monster (M) a valid target for a ranged Hero (H) attack through the Obstacles (█)?

My thoughts are that M is a valid target for H because a line can traced from the top right corner of H to the bottom left corner of M that merely passes through the corner (specifically not along the edge) of both obstacles.