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Re: The Book of Grizzly Shark

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Those do look pretty sweet, but you see what I was saying about sharks being kind of long? I could see one of those on a double base if we had decided to go that way. I'll be playing it as a single base in my tests though since that is how it was tested and released.
We've done that in the past. Haweye II, Black Knight, Robot, and Ghost Rider are all single, even though they overlap. I think it looks totally fine on them.

Personally I always try to fit figures on a single base if possible, mechanically it's just cleaner and simpler.

I also don't condone Stinger Denial, so that helps

Yeah, I don't condone Stinger Denial either. Nor do I really enforce some of the placement and moving rules on huge double based figures I know exist. I assume Huge figures can duck and weave when needed and are not actual statues, so a Jungle Tree does not prevent a Huge figure from walking past it.
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