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How does it work when an investigator wants to explore a room with 2 other monsters. They are not on the same space.
If you just entered the room, or if the monsters just entered the room, you would need to do a Horror Check before doing anything else. After that, if there is not a monster on your same space, you can explore the room as normal. If a monster is on your same space, however, you have to do an Evade Test first before being able to explore.
Here is an example from page 15 of the rulebook:
Rulebook page 15 wrote:
Example: Joe Diamond wishes to explore his room, but there is a zombie in his space. In order to explore the room, he must attempt to evade the zombie. The player adds the monster’s awareness of 1 to Joe Diamond’s Dexterity of 4. He then tests Dexterity and rolls a 6. Since this number is higher than Joe Diamond’s modified Dexterity of 5, he fails to evade the monster. The monster deals him 2 damage (printed on the back of the monster token), and then Joe Diamond explores the room. After exploring, he decides to move into an adjacent space. Since he has already made an evade test against that monster this turn, he does not need to make another evade test.