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Hyperspace Migration Objective card

How-to play Objective "Hyperspace Migration" - Star Wars Armada Explained (SWAE)

How-to play Objective "Hyperspace Migration" - Star Wars Armada Explained (SWAE)

Instructions and hints by Karneck

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Setup: Place obstacles as normal, excluding the station. Then the second player places 1 objective token in the play area at distance 1 of a 3' edge and another objective token at distance 1 of the opposite 3' edge.

Special Rule: At the start of the Ship Phase of the first and third rounds, the second player places 1 purrgil not in the play area at distance 1 of 1 objective token (the objective token must be the same during both rounds).

When a purrgil moves, it must move toward the objective token at the opposite 3' edge. When a purrgil touches that objective token, that purrgil is removed from the play area.

End of Round: If a ship has 1 objective token on it, remove the token and that ship's owner gains 1 victory token. If a ship is at distance 1 from a purrgil and has no objective tokens on it, place 1 objective token on the ship.

Victory Token: 20 pts.

Errata Edit

The End of Round rule for the “Hyperspace Migration” objective card should read:

“For each ship, if it has an objective token on it, remove that token and that ship’s owner gains 1 victory token; if it has no objective token on it and is at distance 1 of a purrgil, place 1 objective token on that ship. Then players move each purrgil.

Source: FAQ 5.1.1; 2020/03/09

Rules Clarification Edit

During the same round, a ship can either receive an objective or remove an objective token from itself to receive a victory token. This means a ship can only score every other round. Players move purrgil as normal after all ships gain or discard tokens. The objective does specify that the purrgil moves toward the objective token at the opposite edge. The purrgil’s innate movement distance is 1–2, so it must be moved from its current position to at least the line that marks the end of the distance 1 band (or as close to that line as possible).

Source: FAQ 5.1.1; 2020/03/09

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