THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE (PLAYER)
My first children's fantasy novel EL DRAGÓN DE VAPOR (illustrations by Marcos Toledo Porras)
As a non english native speaker, I would like to be sure that we read and interpreted the text correctly.
His talent goes "... you may move 1 obstacle or advantage card forward or backward 1 space in either row."
The magic word here is "either". Does it mean:
* I can move 1 card in each row ?
* I can move 1 card in one of the rows?
Currently we are playing it that you can only move 1 card in 1 of the rows.
Is that correct?
While I am also a non-native speaker, I believe you are playing it correctly by moving 1 card in 1 of the rows.
If it was the other way around it would say: "move 1 obstacle or advantage card forward or backward in each row"