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If gas markers have been placed on adjacent squares, what happens when one of the gas markers is ignited (e.g. by shooting it)?

Background:

We were playing Defend The Manor House, I had placed one gas marker inside the Manor House and another one outside on an adjacent square. I wanted to ignite the gas marker that was outside and have it trigger the one inside too (I couldn't trigger the one inside the house directly because walls block ranged weapons).

We looked in the rules but couldn't find anything related to multiple gas markers. In the end I missed when I threw the lighter at the first gas marker so we didn't have to resolve this. The heroes lost on the next turn when the 9th zombie entered the Manor House.

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Jason C. Hall the designer of Last Night on Earth was on BoardGameGeek.com and said this:

http://boardgamegeek.com/article/1730957#1730957

We have yet to see this happen, but it would be pretty sweet!

I would say that an exploding Gas Marker should have the chance to set off adjacent Gas Markers on the roll of 3+ (or auto if in the same space). Everybody loves a big explosion.

-Jason

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