Small transitions and survivors vs enemies

Hope I chosed the right word...

If there is a small transition with only one space width, it´s not possible for my survivors to pass if there is a survivor in front of the other. So far so logical.

But how comes that freemen and walkers are able to pass if the first enemy in the line is stunned?

Noticed that some times before and again in this challenge on the map opposite (...), the map with the freemen and the walker cage. At the bottom of the map I stunned the first freeman and the second one just moved magically through the first one and attacked me.

How comes we´re dealing with two different versions of physical logic?

@Teeceezy @Shteevie

Comments

  • jimmorrison369jimmorrison369 Member Posts: 1,765
    I believe you can, it does cost a half step xtra.
  • jimmorrison369jimmorrison369 Member Posts: 1,765
    Look

  • InvaderInvader Member Posts: 2,066
    On that map I´m talking about, I wasn´t able to move through my survivor...but the freemen were :neutral:
  • jimmorrison369jimmorrison369 Member Posts: 1,765
    So maybe bug then, you should be able.
  • vshield50vshield50 Member Posts: 1,695
    You mean that it makes you go around or you cannot go through your survivor or go around?
    jimmorrison369
  • InvaderInvader Member Posts: 2,066
    vshield50 said:

    You mean that it makes you go around or you cannot go through your survivor or go around?


    I mean through...there wasn´t enough space to move around. But in a different round on the same map, a freeman was able to move through a stunned freeman.
  • zbotzbot Legendary Moderator Posts: 6,347
    @Invader it depends if something else is blocking the entry way. It would be helpful if you have a picture of the lay out.
    Invader
  • InvaderInvader Member Posts: 2,066
    zbot said:

    @Invader it depends if something else is blocking the entry way. It would be helpful if you have a picture of the lay out.


    Then I´ll have to remind and try to reconstruct the setting when the maps apears again...
  • GuapoGuapo Member Posts: 978
    I understand. Where you couldn't go due to walkers blocking, freemen and walkers walk right through them. It happens pretty often to me also.
    In a way, all of us has an El Guapo to face. For some, shyness might be their El Guapo. For others, a lack of education might be their El Guapo. For us, El Guapo is a big, dangerous man who wants to kill us.
    Invader
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