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 ===== Block ===== ===== Block =====
  
-A Block is a special [[Strategy|Strategy]] performed in [[combat|combat]] [[scenario|scenarios]]. An [[entity|entity]] that performs a Block chooses ​up to two adjacent ​borders in their occupied section ​(by default) ​to Block. Blocks remain until the blocking entity [[Move|Moves]],​ willfully lowers the Block, or becomes ​[[Player'​s Guide Appendix A|Immobilized]] or [[Player'​s Guide Appendix A|Defenseless]] ​(including from being defeated).+A Block is a special [[Strategy|Strategy]] performed in [[combat|combat]] [[scenario|scenarios]]. An [[entity|entity]] that performs a Block chooses ​one or more borders in their occupied ​[[section|section]] to Block. Blocks remain until the blocking entity [[Move|Moves]],​ willfully lowers the Block, or becomes ​unable to Move (including from being defeated).
  
 A Block can be willfully lowered at any time by merely announcing the intent to do so. A Block can be willfully lowered at any time by merely announcing the intent to do so.
  
-Enemies cannot leave the blocking entity'​s ​occupied section ​by passing through a Blocked border with normal movementSpecial movement types [[Fly|Fly]][[Phase|Phase]],​ and [[Teleport|Teleport]] ignore Blocks.+If the occupied section ​has 4 borders or fewer, the entity can only Block one of themIf there are 5 or more bordersthe entity may Block two adjacent borders instead. Other effects may change the number of borders blocked.
  
-Some effects may grant the ability to Block borders at a distance. Unlike normal Blocks, distant Blocks operate two-way, preventing enemy movement from either side. Such Blocks also do not end as a result of the Blocking entity moving or being rendered ​Immobilized,​ Defenseless, or even defeated; instead they typically have their own durations listed.+Enemies cannot leave the blocking entity'​s occupied section by passing through a Blocked border with normal movement. Special movement types [[Fly|Fly]],​ [[Phase|Phase]],​ and [[Teleport|Teleport]] ignore Blocks unless otherwise specified. 
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 +Some effects may grant the ability to Block borders at a distance. Unlike normal Blocks, distant Blocks operate two-way, preventing enemy movement from either side. Such Blocks also do not end as a result of the Blocking entity moving or being rendered ​unable to Move, or even defeated; instead they typically have their own durations listed. Special movements still bypass such Blocks unless otherwise specified.
  
 Blocking grants access to [[Intercept|Intercept]]. Blocking grants access to [[Intercept|Intercept]].
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