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    Fog of War for Town Encounters

    I thought I would share some notes I made on how to introduce some "Fog of War" into urban encounters - specifically for when the players are in the midst of a crowd and it's not clear who is on whose side.

    Fog of War.pdf

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    Nice one.
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    Very helpful - thanks for posting

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    Nicely written up and thanks for sharing.

    One caveat, and though I also do it the way you show, another option (though it des not work with non-id names) is to simple change the name and the token in the encounter itself. You can even give the two different bandits different tokens if you want (by dragging to the token instance instead of the master token in the encounter).

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