I see. I hadn't thought of that being in question.
I think I will take some NiQuil and go to bed early.
At 15:44 -0600 2006-12-16, Timothy Hunt wrote:
>Let me give an example:
>Daniel's question is
>>use three movement points to move your pawn three spaces in the
>>direction of one of its current arrows?"
>Using the picture above, looking at the blue pawn, there is an arrow
>pointing "south". If I rolled a 2, could I look at that arrow, and
>move the blue pawn on to the red pawn? The answer is no, as the space
>between the two pawns has no south-facing arrow. You'd move the pawn
>one square south, and then look again so see which directions you're
>allowed to go, then move one square, and look again.
>That, I believe, is what Daniel means by "one space at a time". Not
>"one space per turn".