Under the GENERAL Section it has this in red.
Q: A ship executes a maneuver in which
its template or final position overlaps
an obstacle. Due to avoiding collisions
with other ships, it ends up stopping
before reaching the obstacle. Does it still
suffer the effects of moving through or
overlapping an obstacle?
So I am reading this as the model stops and is placed on the table right in front of the obstacle.
Now lower in the OVERLAPPING Section it has in black.
Q: If a ship’s base overlaps an obstacle
during the previous round, is that ship
automatically considered overlapping the
same obstacle during the next round?
A: No. The ship does not move through or overlap that
same obstacle unless the maneuver template it is
using or its base after executing the maneuver
overlap that obstacle again during the next round.
Q: After a ship moves through or overlaps
more than one obstacle, does the owner
roll an attack die for each of these
A: No. He rolls only one attack die regardless of the
number of obstacle tokens his ship moves through
I am trying to understand how it doesn't stop and get placed before to avoid the hit…as stated in the first question.
I am new to the game and am really trying to understand the collision rules…they just aren"t making it easy.
Any help in explaining it would be much appreciated.