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Creatures of size "huge" or larger will not fit into holes or pits and can 
walk across them. Flying creatures can also traverse holes. 

does this mean that players polyed into dragons finish sokoban quickly? -- 11:57, 14 September 2011 (UTC)

No, the game checks for Sokoban first. --Tjr 15:06, 14 September 2011 (UTC)

All eligible tiles...

Pursuant to the phrase, "[a]ll eligible tiles of your destination level are equally likely," is there anywhere in the wiki that describes which tiles are eligible? Empirically, I suspect that the eligible tiles include anywhere within a room (in the Dungeons of Doom) and anywhere in a randomly-generated section of a Gehennom labyrinth. So, not a corridor, not a closet, not a vault -- but this is just an assumption based on where I've fallen from time to time. There are clearly special cases depending on where you're landing; I'm sure you can't just drop anywhere into the Castle or Medusa's Island or Juiblex's Swamp... or can you? Is the same list of "eligible tiles" used for levelporting and for dropping through holes? Is the quest nemesis layer of the Rogue Quest a special case? Delbow (talk) 21:43, 16 December 2015 (UTC)