Princess Leia, Senators commander effect reads: “Each follower that ends its move within 6 squares of this character can move 2 extra squares at the end of its turn.” How does this work with doors?
The controlling player chooses in which order to resolve end-of-turn effects. So a follower could end its move 2 squares from a door, then move 2 extra squares and open the door. Or the player could choose to resolve door effects first, then move the follower 2 squares to be adjacent to the door. In that case, the door does not open until the end of the turn of the next character to act. A player could also end a follower’s move adjacent to the door, then resolve door effects (opening the door), and then move the follower 2 squares through the open door. The door would stay open until the end of the next character’s turn, at which point it would close if no character is adjacent. Q: Princess Leia, Senator and a follower are on opposite sides of a door. The follower ends its move adjacent to the door. In that position, the distance between the follower and Leia is 23 squares, because you can’t count range through walls and closed doors. If the door were open, however, the distance betwe
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