I'm writing some game rules where players' in-game areas move around in cities. The different cities are divided by zones, which basically means that different tiles are put together to form a city.
Certain rules can affect only other players in your zone, and I wonder if the word "occupy" is correctly used in the following sentence:
Whenever you end your turn in a zone occupied by one of your henchmen, you may receive one focus die.
The reason I ask is that... well, to me, when something occupies something, there's not really much room for anything else in that area.
Is this correct?
If two things can't occupy the same zone, what would be some good alternatives to "occupy"?