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Hi the new addition to the rrg concerning starting on an obstacle confuses me a bit. To be precise this part: • Before a ship moves, if it is at range 0 of an obstacle, it does not suffer the effects of that obstacle unless it overlaps that obstacle again. • Before a ship moves, if it is overlapping an obstacle, it does not suffer the effects of moving through that obstacle. So can you please explain the following scenario. Ship Z sits right in the middle of an asteroid in the way that the movement tool will overlap the asteroid but it will not end its turn on the asteroid again. a) It does take the effect (so 1 dmg + roll for additional dmg) when moving off the asteroid b) It does not take the effect of the asteroid again when moving
As I understand things, if a mine has a fuse placed upon it, the first ship to overlap or move through the mine, the fuse would be removed and the mine would not detonate. However, what if a ship moved through the mine, but stopped short such that it came to rest with the base overlapping the mine as well. In that case, the mine would be moved through AND overlapped as part of the same move. Does the mine detonate in that case where the moving through the mine removes the fuse, but the end position with the overlap cause the mine to then detonate?
Assuming a ship ended its previous turn on an obstacle, does that ship suffer the effect of the obstacle on the following turn if: 1. The ship's leading edge is outside the edge of the obstacle. Thus, the movement template would not be placed on obstacle during the Movement Phase. 2. The ship's leading edge is still on the obstacle. The movement template would be place on a portion of the obstacle during the Movement Phase. I'm unsure of the answers to the above because of the rule Before a ship moves, if it is at range 0 of an obstacle, it does not suffer the effects of that obstacle unless it moves through or overlaps that obstacle again.