I got a question about Asteroid Ruling. I know that (despite the german rulebook stating otherwise) you have to roll for damage if your maneuver template or your ship after your maneuver overlaps the asteroid.
My Question now is, if I take a maneuver, where my maneuver template overlaps the obstacle token, but my ship doesn't even fly over the asteroid because of other enemies in the way (move your ship back along the maneuver template).
So if I'd hit other ships I have to move back along the template. Let's say I have to move it back like almost all the way to the start point, but the maneuver template touches an asteroid. I lose my action of course, but do I have to roll for damage or no?
Just providing the source: Page 11; Left Side; Last Question
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? A: No.