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''Push'', and ''Push up to''...

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Is there a distinction between a Push that states "Push the model x'' " and a Push that states "Push the model up to x'' ''?

Do i HAVE to Push tge full distance no matter what in the first example, or is there no functional difference between the two wordings? 

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to add a bit more on, when you have a trigger like Knock Aside: Push the target 4" in any direction. You have to pick a direction, then attempt to move the target 4" in that direction.  If the pushing model bumps into something, then it stops.  There's no obligation to find a clear path or anything.

It's one of the more annoying parts of Mah Tucket's kit that I've had to figure out.

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