Pre-previously on Overlord-in-terms-of-issues-around-the-Über-Feral, I looked at the fractals created when various restrictions are placed on a point jumping at random half-way towards the vertices of a square. For example, the point can be banned from jumping towards the same vertex twice in a row or towards the vertex to the left of the vertex it has just jumped towards, and so on.

Today I want to look at what happens to a similar point moving inside pentagons and hexagons. If the point can’t jump twice towards the same vertex of a pentagon, this is the fractal that appears:

Ban second jump towards same vertex (v + 0)

Ban second jump towards same vertex (color)

If the point can’t jump towards the vertex immediately to the left of the one it’s just jumped towards, this is the fractal that appears:

Ban jump towards *v* + 1

Ban jump towards *v* + 1 (color)

And this is the fractal when the ban is on the vertex two places to the left:

Ban jump towards *v* + 2

Ban jump towards *v* + 2 (color)

You can also ban more than one vertex:

Ban jump towards *v* + 0,1

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,2

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,4

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,4 (color)

Ban jump towards *v* + 2,3

And here are fractals created in similar ways inside hexagons:

Ban jump towards *v* + 0,1

Ban jump towards *v* + 0,3

Ban jump towards *v* + 0,1,2

Ban jump towards *v* + 0,1,2 (color)

Ban jump towards *v* + 0,1,4

Ban jump towards *v* + 0,1,5

Ban jump towards *v* + 0,2,4

Ban jump towards *v* + 0,2,4 (color)

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,2,3

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,2,3 (color)

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,2,4

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,2,4, (color)

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,3,5

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,3,5 (color)

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,2

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,2

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,3

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,3 (color)

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,5

Ban jump towards *v* + 1,5 (color)

Ban jump towards *v* + 2,3

Ban jump towards *v* + 2,3 (color)

Ban jump towards *v* + 2,4

Ban jump towards *v* + 2,4 (color)

Elsewhere other-accessible: