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# I don't understand what is wrong

I think this is right?

movement.py
```# EXAMPLES:
# move((1, 1, 10), (-1, 0)) => (0, 1, 10)
# move((0, 1, 10), (-1, 0)) => (0, 1, 5)
# move((0, 9, 5), (0, 1)) => (0, 9, 0)

def move(player, direction):
x, y, hp = player
if direction == (-1,0):
x -= 1
if x < 0:
hp -= 5
x += 1
elif direction == (1,0):
x += 1
if x > 9:
hp -= 5
x -= 1
elif direction == (0,-1):
y -= 1
if y < 0:
hp -= 5
y += 1
elif direction == (0,1):
y += 1
if y > 9:
hp -= 5
y -= 1
return (x, y, hp)
```

Hi there! I received your request for assistance. You are terribly close on this one. The problem here lies in the indentation of your `return` statement. You've placed it inside the very last `elif` statement. Removing one level of indentation so that your `return` lines up with the `if` and `elif` statements causes this challenge to pass.