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MOVEMENT THROUGH INTERSECTION POINTS

Whenever a character would move diagonally
through an intersection point between four squares
on a map, treat the point as the less restrictive terrain
of the two squares that touch that point not along
the path of movement. A character moving through
a hindered intersection point stops movement in the
square immediately following the point along its path.

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