|I fought on Endor, you know|
|What, you think you some kinda Jedi or something?|
- Obstacle movement says you place one end of the middle of the range ruler on the edge of the obstacle you want to move. Then you move it up to the specified distance (here, 1-2). It can't end on anything or under anything (squads, ships, other obstacles, any tokens).
- "The obstacle can be rotated as long as no part of that obstacle is beyond the specified maximum distance of its move from that object's original position." So you can swing one end around, but the other end of the obstacle can't go more than the Distance 2 from it's start.
- "If an obstacle with a token placed on it due to an objective card or other effect is moved, that token remains on the obstacle." Mines and VIPs get to move with the obstacle.
- "If an obestacle that is overlapped by a ship or squadron is moved, that ship or squadron remains in its current position after the obstacle is moved." That X-wing does NOT get to move with it.
|EXPLOSIONS!!!! - Mr. Torgue|