Talk:Line of sight (gaming)

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Reference dump[edit]

There are surprisingly many decent references here to work from, a lot of them having "line of sight" in the title of a paragraph. I might work on this article when I have the time, but here's some references for people to work with. We really don't need such a tacked on examples section to explain what line of sight is, how it is used, and what people think of the common mechanic. I didn't even think the article had any encyclopedic value next to fog of war, but I guess I was wrong. ~Maplestrip (chat) 14:13, 1 December 2014 (UTC)