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When a creature is invisible, but not hidden, do the enemies know the location of the creature?
When a creature is invisible but not hidden, one could argue that the players still know it's general location. If a creature becomes invisible and not hidden does it remain on the battle-mat?
Nov 29 '10 at 17:06
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