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== Executing a Maneuver ==
 
== Executing a Maneuver ==
Executing a maneuver happens in two steps:
 
# Maneuver ship
 
# Check Difficulty
 
Once both steps are complete, trigger any "after you execute a [ fully/partially ] maneuver" effects.
 
 
=== Maneuver Ship ===
 
 
To move the ship, the player follows these steps:<br />
 
To move the ship, the player follows these steps:<br />
 
1. Take the template that matches the maneuver from the supply.<br />
 
1. Take the template that matches the maneuver from the supply.<br />
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After moving the ship, the player checks the difficulty (color) of the maneuver.
 
After moving the ship, the player checks the difficulty (color) of the maneuver.
   
=== Maneuver Difficulty ===
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== Maneuver Difficulty ==
 
There are three levels of difficulty for maneuvers: red, white, and blue.
 
There are three levels of difficulty for maneuvers: red, white, and blue.
   
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A ship is stressed while it has one or more stress tokens. A stressed ship cannot set or execute red maneuvers, and it cannot perform [[Actions]].
 
A ship is stressed while it has one or more stress tokens. A stressed ship cannot set or execute red maneuvers, and it cannot perform [[Actions]].
   
==== Increasing Maneuver Difficulty ====
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=== Increasing Maneuver Difficulty ===
 
If an effect increases the difficulty of a maneuver, a blue maneuver goes to white, and a white maneuver goes to red.
 
If an effect increases the difficulty of a maneuver, a blue maneuver goes to white, and a white maneuver goes to red.
   
==== Decreasing Maneuver Difficulty ====
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=== Decreasing Maneuver Difficulty ===
 
If an effect decreases the difficulty of a maneuver, a red maneuver goes to white, and a white maneuver goes to blue.
 
If an effect decreases the difficulty of a maneuver, a red maneuver goes to white, and a white maneuver goes to blue.
   
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