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October 2017

I Gave You a Hint Last Time
by Maggie Geppert, Vice ChairmanOctober 30th
Vulcan Zombies!
Dressed for Success
by Maggie Geppert, Vice ChairmanOctober 28th
Halloween is my favorite holiday. Jadzia Dax is my favorite Star Trek character. Imagine how I felt when I saw a costumed Jadzia in the Halloween set.
A Pair of Dangerous Gifts
by Michael Shea, DesignerOctober 16th
"Thank you, Will. I never made that log entry, of course, but it still leaves you with a duty to perform."
The Old Undead Vorta Ploy
by Michael Shea, DesignerOctober 12th
“What have they done to him?”
The Very Flower of Humanity
by Maggie Geppert, Next in LineOctober 10th
Living in the Mirror Universe is tough; some might even say agonizing.

September 2017

Article Without Words
by Matthew Zinno, Staff WriterSeptember 16th
What more needs to be said?

May 2017

The Blood-Dimmed Tide is Loosed
by Michael Shea, Staff WriterMay 24th
A new War Hero enters to fight on the side of the conquering Dominion!

March 2017

Make Me Laugh!
by Kaufman, Staff WriterMarch 31st
Get some inside behind the scenes information on the inner workings of Stewart Rivers.
The Genius of Dan Hamman
by Kaufman, Staff WriterMarch 30th
Find out what makes those neat MACO's extra neat.
A Brief History of Time Travel
by Matthew Zinno, Department of Temporal InvestigationsMarch 29th
An exploration that leads to the latest mechanism for getting out of a time location.
Attention!
by Niall Matthew, A.K.A. Private PartsMarch 28th
The muscle has arrived...
Regeneration
by Niall Matthew, Broken Bow intern designer and the inserter of tubulesMarch 27th
A frozen menace awakens...
Dial D for Dilemmas!
by Paddy Tye, Broken Bow designer and perplexing puzzlerMarch 26th
What fresh quandaries does Broken Bow have in store for us?
Botany Bay? Botany Bay?!
by Charlie Plaine, Poor Chekov ImpersonatorMarch 24th
Meet the new icon that makes its debut in Broken Bow: the Botany Bay icon.
Nobody Expects the Klingon Inquisition!
by Paddy Tye, Broken Bow Designer (whose chief weapon is surprise)March 22nd
Surprise, and fear.
Known Throughout the Galaxy as the Alien’s Graveyard
by Paddy Tye, Broken Bow designer and very camp commandantMarch 21st
Gulag, Gulag, Gulag, the prison where I want to be, Pony trekking or camping, Or just watching TV...
Like Peas in a Shuttlepod
by Paddy Tye, Broken Bow designer and Broken in many other ways...March 20th
Everyday I'm shuttlin'

November 2016

Lost in the Tholian Web
by Matthew Zinno, Staff WriterNovember 18th
The Constitution-class Defiant comes to STCCG.
Vintaak Disappearance Site
by Charlie Plaine, The Terran Empire Assistant DesignerNovember 18th
The other side of the (card).

September 2016

A Threat That Must Be Answered
by Lucas Thompson, AmbassadorSeptember 30th
Behind the scenes of Shinzon, Devious Tactician.
We Have Engaged the Borg
by Matthew Zinno, Staff WriterSeptember 30th
The Borg have come to Earth. And the Enterprise-E crew fights back.
Outweighed
by Matt Kirk, Star Trek 50: Second Edition Design TeamSeptember 28th
"Logic is the beginning of wisdom... not the end."
Giving An Issue of Trust a Hard Time
by Lucas Thompson, NerdSeptember 27th
Two birds with one stone.
You Can't Be Afraid of the Wind
by Mark, Staff WriterSeptember 26th
"On this site, a powerful engine will be built. An engine that will someday help us to travel a hundred times faster than we can today. Imagine it - thousands of inhabited planets at our fingertips... and we'll be able to explore those strange new worlds, and seek out new life and new civilizations. This engine will let us go boldly... where no man has gone before."
Evasive Maneuvers
by Matthew Zinno, A Compartment of TribblesSeptember 24th
A new Tongo power joins Tribbles: Evade
Mutual Annihilation
by Matt Kirk, Star Trek 50: Second Edition Design TeamSeptember 23rd
A new commander for the U.S.S. Defiant takes her to the limit for the 50th anniversary.
A Card To Capture Your Attention
by Allen Gould, Staff WriterSeptember 22nd
.. and your personnel.
Knew She Was Trouble!
by Ross Fertel, Content WriterSeptember 21st
Get to know one of the sneakier personnel from Star Trek 50 and how to keep her cost off the Books.
The Task Force Cliffhanger
by Paddy Tye, Drinking with Morn in the BarSeptember 20th
What if I told you that there was a deck type to represent the Federation and Klingon Alliance from Deep Space 9?
Branching Out
by Matt Kirk, Star Trek 50: Second Edition Design TeamSeptember 19th
The Enterprise-A comes home to TOS for its golden anniversary, but not quite in the way you might expect.
Hi-Ho, Hi-Ho, It's Off to the Mines We Go
by Paddy Tye, Fearless Canary Down TpitSeptember 17th
To the mines ya brutes!
Cards of Two Worlds
by Ross Fertel, Not Insignificant WriterSeptember 6th
Find out about what the star Power in Hard Time can bring to your decks and how their versatility makes them even more useful.
Every Day I’m Smugglin’
by Jeremy Benedict, Design InternSeptember 5th
Take a look at what just snuck into the system.
KISS: Keep it Simple, and add Star Power
by Charlie Plaine, Hard Time Co-Lead DesignerSeptember 2nd
Simple is usually better, but when you combine simple with star power, you get something special.

August 2016

Brin, Cultish Master
by James Cream, Staff WriterAugust 31st
We all just want something for free.
Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?
by Ross Fertel, Relative WriterAugust 30th
Learn about how something familiar gets to shine in the sun in the latest Second Edition Expansion and get tips on earning a particular achievement.

April 2016

A Long Time Coming
by Daniel “Danny” Giddings, Design InternApril 21st
De-cluttering the Holomatrix on Athos IV
Wixiban: The New Brian Evethers?
by Daniel “Danny” Giddings, Design InternApril 21st
Danny makes a defense of the most complex personnel in A Time to Stand.
U.S.S. Voyager, Bold Vanguard
by Ross Fertel, Creative WriterApril 20th
Find out... absolutely nothing that is gameplay relevant or affected today's card in the slightest.
We Asked, You Answered, We Listened
by Daniel “Danny” Giddings, Design InternApril 20th
A look at how the designers of A Time to Stand responded to community feedback
Risky Design
by Keith “Foreman” Morris, Assistant DesignerApril 15th
Keith explores one of the dilemmas in A Time to Stand.
Transferable Skills
by Daniel “Danny” Giddings, Design InternApril 13th
How I borrowed a few mechanics from another game...
One Smashed Puzzle
by Ross Fertel, Puzzling WriterApril 12th
In honor of Phase II, solve this puzzle and get double spoilers.

March 2016

An Unexpected Article
by Ross Fertel, Surprising WriterMarch 22nd
Find out more about the card you thought wouldn't be in Through the Looking Glass, even more so than the Spanish Inquisition.
An Enemy Among Us
by Jason Drake, Talented DesignerMarch 21st
The plot just got that much more complex.Are you certain you can trust the person across from you?
Surprising New Members of the KCA
by Matthew Zinno, Staff WriterMarch 20th
Introducing two new members of the Alliance ... oh, you've met them before?
Anthropologist Wanted
by Ross Fertel, Needy WriterMarch 19th
We interrupt your regularly scheduled articles to ask for a resident Anthropologist.
Get Back to Where It All Started
by Matthew Zinno, Staff WriterMarch 17th
A look at how we first got to the mirror universe, and some new cards that interact with it.
Do It!
by Niall Matthew, All Alone with Seven of NineMarch 16th
Enter the sexecution chamber, as Niall rediscovers a long dormant force in the Delta Quadrant...

November 2015

Miracle Working
by Nathan Miracle, Assistant DesignerNovember 6th
“Back home we call him the ‘miracle worker.’” -Leonard H. McCoy, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
A Reappearance in the Neutral Zone
by James Cream, Staff WriterNovember 4th
Batman has a side kick, Captain America has a side kick, everyone needs a sidekick!
A Tale of Three Faces
by Charlie Plaine, Face of the Enemy DesignerNovember 1st
A lot can change during an expansion's design cycle. Find out how three cards went from the top of the cut list to becoming some of the design team's favorite cards.

September 2015

The Mirror Universe Has Been Targeted for Sexecution
by Niall Matthew, Not Suitable for Readers Under 18September 17th
The Intendant embarks on a trail of depraved love making with the latest card for Crossover.
The Intendant's Quarters
by Mr. Matthew, Terran Slave 6918-PhiSeptember 17th
A look at the new site card from the very man who has to keep it tidy.
Saying Goodbye to an Old Friend
by Charlie Plaine, Crossover Lead DesignerSeptember 16th
Crossover marks the end of an era as we officially say goodbye to the Star Trek: Customizable Card Game property logo.
Who Wants a Space-brazilian?
by Niall Matthew, Matching the Carpet with the CurtainsSeptember 14th
Join the Sexecutioner on a fashionable journey to the Mirror Quadrant as he explores the skill of Barbering
Top Gun
by Paddy Tye; Guest Writer, UK Ambassador, and Warden of the NorthSeptember 12th
What to plan for when entering the danger zone.
That Name Sounds Familiar
by Ross Fertel, Renaissance ManSeptember 9th
What is in a name? Does one's name define who they are or is it who you are that decides your name?

July 2015

A Piece of the Action
by Matthew Zinno, Staff WriterJuly 23rd
On Beta Antares IV, they play a real game.

June 2015

Quantum of Thirty-Four
by James Cream, Staff WriterJune 26th
How many personnel should one send on a mission attempt?
Put to the Screws
by Steven Slaby, World Champion Card DesignerJune 24th
2013 World Champion Stefan Slaby spoils the card he designed!
How Do You Handle a Problem Like Chakotay?
by Charlie Plaine, ChairmanJune 23rd
How does Design approach the problem of making a new version of a very powerful character?

May 2015

Everything's Alternate
by Paddy Tye, Creative Tinkerer and Warden of the NorthMay 29th
A look at the Alternate Image cards offered in Homefront VI.
Homefront: We Remember Your Refill!
by Allen Gould, Guest WriterMay 28th
In honor of Homefront VI, Allen tells you all about... water glasses?
Don't Let It End This Way
by Matthew Zinno, Staff WriterMay 27th
A killer dilemma from Homefront VI.
Are We Going to Have Some Cake?
by James Cream, Staff WriterMay 26th
Yeah, but last time I didn't receive a piece. And I was told...

April 2015

Dominating Tactics
by Nicholas Yankovec, Second Edition Brand ManagerApril 1st
The Dominion are becoming a force to be reckoned with...

February 2015

Becoming One With the Borg: Three of Nine
by Niall Matthew, Speaking for the BorgFebruary 24th
Niall returns with the long awaited third part to his article series. This one looks at the Borg play engines.

January 2015

Plans Of The "If We Told You, We'd Have To Kill You"
by Mark, Freelance WriterJanuary 26th
People of intelligence don't always work well together. Now you can turn this to your advantage.
Probe Alpha Quadrant System
by Charlie Plaine, ChairmanJanuary 18th
While developing The Gamma Quadrant, a need for a universal mission provided a unique opportunity to make a card often requested by players.
Conversions: An Analysis: Serrola
by James Cream, Staff WriterJanuary 14th
Is it possible that Nathan Miracle is a Psychic? I say we report it to the Devore Imperium, just to be sure.
Conversions: An Analysis: Enabran Tain
by James Cream, Staff WriterJanuary 12th
A new version of an existing persona who most definitely does bring something different.

December 2014

10 Most Awesome-Looking First Edition Cards of 2014
by Johnny Holeva, Art DirectorDecember 30th
’Tis the season for Top Ten Lists! The rules of this list are simple: The 1E card must be from 2014 and the card must look awesome.
Design Diary - All Good Things
by Chris Lobban, Assistant DesignerDecember 11th
The story behind the card that fixed a broken link... and created a new one.
Sito Jaxa
by Pat Bortz, Guest WriterDecember 10th
Today's card shows us the benefit of having a Bajoran officer on the Federation Flagship.
Kell Perim
by James Cream, Staff WriterDecember 9th
The Motion Pictures card from the XXth Anniversary Collection bring us another crew member of the Enterprise-E.
Design Diary - Holodeck Adventures
by Chris Lobban, Assistant DesignerDecember 7th
First Edition assistant designer, Chris Lobban, explains the design of romance.
The Name of the Game
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterDecember 6th
A tradition continues.
Historical Curiosity
by Nathan Miracle, Second Edition DesignerDecember 4th
Abraham Lincoln is Space? Sign me up!
Jean-Lucoid's Rolodex #2485
by Lucas Thompson, AmbassadorDecember 2nd
Jean-Lucoid's Rolodex #2485
Crossover: An Invitation
by Matthew Zinno, Staff WriterDecember 1st
We now invite you ... to a place that's not very inviting: The Mirror Universe!

November 2014

Friendly Fire
by Pat Bortz, Guest WriterNovember 28th
What would go well with the Decipher draft set, Dangerous Missions?
No Mr. Worf!
by Niall Matthew, AmbassadorNovember 25th
It's the card we've been waiting for.
Neelix
by Nathan Miracle, Second Edition DesignerNovember 24th
A Voyager icon on a new template.
The Battle of Watling Street
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterNovember 22nd
You can outnumber your opponent 40-1 and still lose when the one is technologically and strategically superior.
STCCG card of the day #408: Orderly Mavek
by Lucas Thompson, AmbassadorNovember 19th
Edgeofhearing's STCCG card of the day #408.
Varon-T Disruptor
by John Corbett, Second Edition Card DesignerNovember 16th
The next card in the 20th Anniversary set is Varon-T Disruptor. It's designer, John Corbett, drops in to give us an inside look.
How Do You Solve a Problem Like Fajo?
by Charlie Plaine & Chris Lobban, 20th Anniversary Collection DesignersNovember 15th
We knew we needed to do something unusual to represent the Fajo Collection... find out just how far down the rabbit hole we went!
Ruling Brittania!
by Nicholas Yankovec, Second Edition Brand ManagerNovember 14th
A rambling article on today's latest spoiler from the XXth Anniversary set.
Reuniting the Band: Valjean
by Nathan Miracle, Second Edition DesignerNovember 12th
What key card was missing from Second Edition's second set? Join Nathan as we discuss a character who was always there but often overlooked.
Frederick La Rouque
by Matthew Zinno, Staff WriterNovember 11th
The Alternate Universe set brings us a gambler from the 1890s.
Design Diary - Premiere
by Chris Lobban, Assistant DesignerNovember 10th
Our first look at the 20th Anniversary Collection for 1E starts back where it all started... Premiere.

September 2014

Harry Kim (Diligent Ensign)
by Charlie Plaine, Balance of Terror Lead DesignerSeptember 9th
If you're willing to use four space missions, the new Harry Kim can keep your Voyager deck in the game with his ability.
Nothing That Happens is Truly Random
by Lucas Thompson, AmbassadorSeptember 7th
You've removed some dilemmas from your opponent's dilemma pile. Let's see what you've got!
Balance of Terror: Unconventional Consideration
by Kris Sonsteby, Staff WriterSeptember 6th
Skill trackers rejoice! Your prayers have been answered!
Coming Soon to a Core Near You!
by Mark Morris, Second Edition Assistant DesignerSeptember 1st
Mark Morris talks about dilemmas in core and how they relate to Balance of Terror!

June 2014

The Other Side of the Story
by Matthew Zinno, Staff WriterJune 30th
A look at the "mission persona" cards in The Maquis.
Drain 'em dry
by Allen Gould, Maquis Assistant DesignerJune 23rd
Sometimes, solving a mission isn't enough. Sometimes you want to make it hurt...
The Expendables
by Niall Matthew, Staff WriterJune 20th
Shake up the way you attempt missions in block with this deadly new Dilemma
Screw the Ocampa, We're Going Home!
by Niall Matthew, Staff WriterJune 16th
Disregard the rules and directives of Captain Janeway to get the crew of Liberty home with this new Objective.
Quark, Intriguing Ferengi
by Matthew Zinno, Staff WriterJune 9th
Quark continues his exploration of rainbow borders, with his first Non-Aligned version!

March 2014

Science Fiction
by Johannes Klarhauser, AmbassadorMarch 6th
Putting the Science back into Science Fiction

February 2014

Are You Compatible?
by Matthew Zinno, Staff WriterFebruary 27th
What does it mean to be compatible in First Edition? With personnel, with ships ... and with a Nor.

December 2013

There's No Time Like The Future
by Amber Van Breemen, Guest WriterDecember 4th
Remember when there were Top 5 Articles for each of the Second Edition affiliations / factions? No? Well it was a long time ago. So long ago that you might need a timeship to revisit them.
Emissary: Explorers
by Charlie Plaine, Emissary Lead DesignerDecember 3rd
Catch some of the solar winds and recreate a legendary journey with some of the new cards in Emissary.

November 2013

Emissary: If You're Feeling Peckish
by Mark, Freelance WriterNovember 28th
On this Turkey Day, we bring you an alternative venue for your big meal, and we supply someone to do the cooking for you!
Conversions: An Analysis - Emissary (Part 1 of 5)
by James Cream, Staff WriterNovember 27th
In the first article of the series, we'll be looking at the converted Cardassian 2E BC cards to have been spoiled so far.
Your Trial Will Be Broadcast to All of Cardassia
by Corbin Johnson, Assistant Card DesignerNovember 20th
Today First Edition designer, Corbin Johnson will give us insight into the process of designing for the Cardassians in Emissary.
A Gift from the Prophets
by Danny Nuttall, Staff WriterNovember 19th
A quick look at the possibilities offered to us by the four new dilemma cards revealed thus far.

October 2013

Dominion Basics (Part 4 of 5): Son'a, Breen, and Dominion Holograms
by Andreas Rheinländer (Dukat), Freelance WriterOctober 31st
When the Founders decided to conquer the Alpha Quadrant – what did they do? They forged alliances ...
A Look At the Homefront IV Missions from the Perspective of the Current Block
by Rossman, Guest WriterOctober 17th
Today guest writer Ross Fertel takes us all on an in depth look at the Homefront IV missions and what they add to the current TNG Block format.

April 2013

Sister Act III
by Jason Drake, First Edition Card DesignerApril 29th
Jason Drake returns to give us an inside look at designing two familiar faces.
A Deadly Game of Cat and Mouse
by Jason Drake, First Edition Card DesignerApril 22nd
Join The Sky's the Limit Assistant Designer Jason Drake as he describes the experience of designing a powerful and wholly novel dilemma.
The Sky's the Limit: Goran
by Johannes Klarhauser, AmbassadorApril 19th
TNG Cardassians get some love from Second Edition
Brace for Impact!
by Mark B. Frog, Guest WriterApril 16th
Or How I Learned How to Stop Whinging and Love the New Riker
A Nebula's Not So Pretty When There's a BORG CUBE Hiding In It!
by Niall Matthew, Staff WriterApril 12th
Is it safe to solve missions in block yet?
Conversions: An Analysis - Bloody Cardies!
by James Cream, Staff WriterApril 8th
In this week's installment of the Conversions Analysis series, we will look at the converted Cardassian cards from prior expansions as well as one for the brand new expansion.

March 2013

Dominion Basics (Part 3 of 5): Dominion Deck Types
by Andreas Rheinländer (Dukat), Freelance WriterMarch 28th
How many ways are there to play the Dominion? It’s simple: as many as one wants to. Learn more about the most common (and uncommon) types of Dominion decks.
Becoming One With The Borg: Two of Nine
by Niall Matthew, Guest WriterMarch 21st
The second in an article series detailing all one needs to know to play The Borg affiliation in First Edition. This time, the focus is on the key decisions made in the seed phase.

February 2013

Becoming One with the Borg - One of Nine
by Niall Matthew, Guest WriterFebruary 28th
The first in an article series detailing all one needs to know to play the fourth playable First Edition affiliation.
Matter of Time: Rigged!
by Johannes Klarhauser, AmbassadorFebruary 21st
Stop the press: Continuing Committee bans take-backs!
Matter of Time: Pivotal Destiny
by Kris Sonsteby, Staff WriterFebruary 20th
2-Mission win players beware...
Old vs. New : Rachel Garrett and the C
by James Cream, Staff WriterFebruary 18th
A compare and contrast of the new and old versions of Rachel Garrett and the U.S.S. Enterprise-C
Matter of Time: Guardian Angel
by Johannes Klarhauser, GeneralFebruary 15th
Meet the latest addition to the Bajoran fleet.
Matter of Time: Bringing Sexy Back
by Mark Morris, Assistant DesignerFebruary 13th
A brief look into the design process of a brand new Cardassian personnel who happens to be a bit nostalgic for a long forgotten Energize event.
Matter of Time: Little Red Riding Hood
by Johannes Klarhauser, Cultist LeaderFebruary 11th
The Cult of the Pah-Wraiths has only been sleeping...
Matter of Time: It's all Relative
by Charlie Plaine, Matter of Time Lead DesignerFebruary 6th
Turn everything you know about Federation decks on its head, and explore the time-spanning potential of the U.S.S. Relativity.

October 2012

Trilithium Weapon - A Design Story
by Dan Hamman, 1E DesignOctober 19th
Spies and informants gave Rebels vital data to plan strategic turnabouts, create local insurgencies and hamper Imperial activities.

September 2012

Design Diary: Ardant Predator
by Keith Morris, Tapestry Assistant DesignerSeptember 20th
The story of the birth and growth of a card. And death. And rebirth.
Design Diary: William T. Riker, William Odan
by Daniel Giddings, Make it So ParticipantSeptember 19th
In which the winner of a Design a Card prize walks us through his design process, and shows off his new card.
Design Diary: Zorn, Prevaricating Groppler
by Joshua Sheets, Make it So ParticipantSeptember 18th
"I trust we made your waiting comfortable?"
Design Diary: Locutus, Almost Human
by Nathan Miracle, Make it So ParticipantSeptember 17th
Nathan introduces us to his new card, and the reason why he chose to make it.

June 2012

Lineage: Mulligan Man
by Charlie Plaine, Lineage Lead DesignerJune 20th
Take a look at the lone survivor of an entire cycle in today's Lineage preview
Lineage: Hidden Meanings
by Richard New, Lineage Assistant DesignerJune 19th
Richard New talks about the origin and development of the new Romulan team in Lineage.
Conversions: An Analysis - The Next Generation (Part 6 of 6)
by James Cream, Staff WriterJune 15th
At last we come to the seven conversions that you've all been waiting for... (Warning: Hosp is about.)
New Designer's Log: Reflections 2.Breen
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterJune 12th
After getting tapped by the esteemed Chairman to work on the new set, Lineage, Richard New and I were assigned the job of making the Ferengi and Dominion better. This is the story about the latter.
Conversions: An Analysis - The Next Generation (Part 5 of 6)
by James Cream, Staff WriterJune 1st
This incredibly dull yet visually enticing article looks at the recently converted missions which appear in The Next Generation expansion.

May 2012

Conversions: An Analysis - The Next Generation (Part 4 of 6)
by James Cream, Staff WriterMay 25th
In this quarternary portion of the TNG conversion analysis articles, we'll see what happens when the most important card type gets converted.
Conversions: An Analysis - The Next Generation (Part 3 of 6)
by James Cream, Staff WriterMay 18th
In this tertiary portion of the TNG conversion analysis articles, we look at the easiest cards to convert.

April 2012

Conversions: An Analysis - The Next Generation (Part 2 of 6)
by James Cream, Staff WriterApril 23rd
In this week's installment, we look at the Klingon conversions found in the new expansion, The Next Generation.
Aurulent Gambit
by James Cream, Staff WriterApril 6th
...and now for something unexpected...
Conversions: An Analysis - The Next Generation (Part 1 of 6)
by James Cream, Staff WriterApril 5th
The new biggest virtual First Edition expansion features the most converted cards to date. Time to eBay some cardboard!

December 2011

The Secret Log of Boq'ta the Blue
by Boq'taDecember 17th
Don't be rude. Don't read this.
The Next Phase
by Charlie Plaine, Unity Lead DesignerDecember 16th
Phasing in and out of reality (or the game) might not be so bad with this new dilemma from Unity.
Guinan (Bartender)
by Johannes Klarhauser, AmbassadorDecember 11th
Guinan is back, though this time she's not serving free drinks to everyone.
Subek'somac
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterDecember 10th
A Dominion ship you will want to use for both mission solving and engagements.

November 2011

Conversions: An Analysis - Resistance is Futile (Part 3 of 3)
by James Cream, Staff WriterNovember 28th
A review of the final two 2E cards that have finally made the proper conversion into 1E cards in the Resistance is Futile expansion.
U.S.S. Akira - The New Standard For Fed Decks?
by Tim Davidson, Staff WriterNovember 26th
A strategic review of the cool new universal Akira-class from the Resistance of Futile set.
Conversions: An Analysis - Resistance is Futile (Part 2 of 3)
by J, Staff WriterNovember 23rd
A peek at the 2E cards that have finally made the proper conversion into 1E cards in the Resistance is Futile expansion.
A Tale of Two No-Ones
by Patrick Tye, Guest Writer; with input from Creative DevelopmentNovember 22nd
The story behind the Creative team process for two universal personnel in the Resistance is Futile expansion.
Conversions: An Analysis - Resistance is Futile (Part 1 of 3)
by J, Staff WriterNovember 9th
A peek at the 2E cards that have finally made the proper conversion into 1E cards in the Resistance is Futile expansion.

July 2011

Prepare to be Breached
by James Hoskin, Staff WriterJuly 24th
Who needs the Invasive Drone? Or Dimensional Shifting? Now you can be Breached!
Extreme Measures
by Johannes Klarhauser, AmbassadorJuly 1st
Jean-Luc! Blow up the damn ship!

June 2011

Tacking Tuesday #3: Sybok and his Chariot
by James Hoskin, Staff WriterJune 28th
How can the worst Star Trek movie produce two great cards?

April 2011

Prepare for Warp Speed Transfer
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterApril 14th
If you thought a Near Warp Transport could be frightening you haven't seen what a Warp Speed Transfer can do for (or against) your deck.
The Arsenal: Divided
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterApril 12th
"Divided they fall," and fall they shall. Yet again, the Arsenal of Minos doesn't fail to deliver on its promise to its potential customers.
Shades of Gray: Duck Blind!
by Chris Castagnetto, Guest WriterApril 11th
Dive in and take a closer look at Duck Blind!
Son'a Observatory
by Andreas Rheinlander, 2010 First Edition World ChampionApril 8th
Find out about 2010 First Edition World Champion Andreas Rheinlander's card, Son'a Observatory, in his own words!
Observe... Greatness!
by Jason Robinette, Lead Designer (1E)April 4th
A look at the super SCIENCE friends, and their amazing ability to do "great" things.
The Many Shades of Gray
by Charlie Plaine, ChairmanApril 1st
Find out how one of the worst episodes of The Next Generation helped inspire cards that bring old dilemmas out of the binder.

January 2011

"Kirk to Deep Space 9: Beam me up"
by Kevin Jaeger, Creative ConsultantJanuary 28th
James T. Kirk in a single headquarters Deep Space 9 deck? Richard Galen? Spock!? Madness! What's next? An Earth personnel that could get you up to 12 counters in free DS9 people for 5 points?...oh...
Inequitable Exchange
by James Hoskin, (Peak Performance) Assistant DesignerJanuary 27th
Thirteen months in the making.
Green With Envy
by Nathan W, Staff WriterJanuary 25th
Two new Romulan cards in Extreme Measures may be just what the Tal Shiar ordered.
A Rich Tradition......of pure unadulterated Greed!
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterJanuary 24th
It figures...in a set featuring a theme of five points there Ferengi wouldnt settle for that and well, they want more.
Extreme Measures: A Stranger In Town
by Conno Hendriksen, Make it So Runner UpJanuary 18th
Find out what card was designed by Conno Hendriksen (a.k.a WeyounsLastClone) as his reward for being a Make it So runner up!
Extreme Measures: Queen to Queen's Level 3
by Nathan Miracle, Make it So Runner UpJanuary 14th
Find out what card was designed by Nathan Miracle (a.k.a GooeyChewie) as his reward for being a Make it So runner up!

October 2010

Dial-Up Your Dilemma Pile
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterOctober 22nd
Remember in the 90s when you could dial-up a phone call, but it meant you couldn't connect to the internet to download your mail? Well then, this dilemma might remind you of that... U.S.S. Voyager style.
Strategy: Out of Time
by Tim Davidson, Staff WriterOctober 19th
A strategic review of the Straight and Steady card Out of Time and a look back at the other time traveling methods.

September 2010

Making A Virtual Splash (Part 3)
by Lucas ThompsonSeptember 25th
The conclusion to our splashable virtual cards series.
Making A Virtual Splash (Part 2)
by Lucas ThompsonSeptember 24th
Part 2 of our highlight of the "best of the best" virtual cards to splash into your current decks.
Making A Virtual Splash (Part 1)
by Lucas ThompsonSeptember 23rd
Want a quick overview of the best virtual cards to include in the decks you've already designed? Read on!

August 2010

Holding Cell
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterAugust 27th
Round up the usual suspects.

June 2010

Insidious Dilemmas from the Delta Quadrant in Life From Lifelessness
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterJune 14th
New dilemmas are exciting for First Edition players in a way that can't be compared with Second Edition. First Edition players have fixed dilemma piles, so we are always looking for a new combo that can hold our opponent back. Well, here are some new dilemmas that can do just that.
Falow, the Chula Champion
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterJune 12th
Falow is unique because he happens to be a Gamma Quadrant Non-Aligned personnel. What does that mean? Well it means plenty...
Sela and Romulan 'Reunification'
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterJune 1st
Some things in this world just seem to go together. Peanut butter and jelly. Cookies and milk. Sela and her obsession with the Federation.

April 2010

The Clown: Go Away
by Johannes Klarhauser, Knight of the Round TableApril 19th
"I told him we've already got one."
Hypospray
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterApril 16th
Hold still, this won't hurt.
Dilemma Diversity
by Charlie Plaine, ChairmanApril 14th
Find out how the new dilemmas in Infinite Diversity will bring new opportunities to your next dilemma pile!
Transport Crash Survivor
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterApril 13th
Please hold the line while we change the meta.
Diversify Your Personnel Portfolio
by Nathan W, Staff WriterApril 12th
Take personnel diversity to infinity...and beyond!

March 2010

Cardassia Takes Command
by Kenny NguyenMarch 16th
The Central Command has inspired a resurgence in the popularity of Cardassian decks. Read all about one such deck.

December 2009

Allegiance: A New Captain of the Enterprise
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterDecember 16th
What would a ship be without a Commander? Find out more about Captain Lorian and the new Starfleet mechanics in Allegiance.
Allegiance: A New Future Enterprise
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterDecember 14th
In Second Edition, things are different. This time, the Future Enterprise is actually from the past.
Allegiance: Old Faces on the Enterprise
by James Hoskin, Staff WriterDecember 9th
Monday's text spoilers showed the new faces on the Enterprise. Now, let's take a look at (well, almost take a look at) two of the old faces from the 1979 film Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
Jolan Tru Article Series: Strategema's Bane
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterDecember 8th
This is the beginning of a regular article series about card extras, strategy, and deck design. In this article, we discuss dealing with an opponent's Strategema card.
Allegiance: New Faces on the Enterprise
by James Hoskin, Staff WriterDecember 7th
Is there a better way to start the week than with spoilers? This week you'll get to see (well, almost see) the team from the 1979 film Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

November 2009

Allegiance: Reloading
by Charlie Plaine, ChairmanNovember 24th
Find out how the Equinox personnel get the things they need, and keep the engines burning hot on their quest to get home.
Allegiance: Fuel For the Fire
by Charlie Plaine, ChairmanNovember 23rd
Learn all about the crew of the U.S.S. Equinox and just how far they are willing to go to get home.
Allegiance: Lots of Little Pieces
by Charlie Plaine, ChairmanNovember 20th
Find out some of the history and some of the contents of the upcoming virtual expansion, Allegiance.
Changeling Infiltrator
by Kevin Jaeger, Creative ConsultantNovember 5th
The best person to pose as is someone who can't possibly expose you as a fraud. So let's get back to the good old days of impersonating captives.
The Best Evek Yet
by Kevin Jaeger, Creative ConsultantNovember 3rd
Forget all those other Eveks. This is the one you will play with. I guarantee it. You will consider playing Cardassians in high-level play again because of this Evek. I guarantee that, too.
Benjamin Sisko - Traumatized by the Borg
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterNovember 2nd
We all remember the Next Generation episode where Locutus stole our hearts, probably the most evil thing ever done to a Star Trek character. That episode inspired the background for Benjamin Sisko. It's fitting that this persona is in the XV set alongside the persona of Picard just rescued from the collective.

October 2009

I.K.C. Qam-Chee - Fat Chancellor's Sleigh
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterOctober 30th
Do we really need another Klingon Vor'cha Ship? Some of you might think that we do. I'd feel the same if I was told there was a new Romulan D'deridex coming out. However, this is a Chancellor's Warship and it's totally tricked out.
K'mpec: The Fat Chancellor
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterOctober 28th
K'mpec from the Premiere set turned out to be pretty decent to use 'til now. He's a Chancellor, valid for Assign Mission Specialists, and generally a good two-skill personnel. In the XV Set, he gets the full treatment to make him worthy of any Klingon Deck.
Legacy - Memories of the Early Years
by Chris Lobban, Assistant DesignerOctober 27th
When asked to design a card to celebrate 15 years, what did I look to?
Exocomp
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterOctober 27th
Doing dirty work for others since 2369.
Captain Kirk and His True Love
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterOctober 27th
What would Captain Kirk be without the Starship Enterprise? It's like peanut butter without the jelly, or cream cheese without bagels. So how could this article be complete without reviewing both of these new virtual cards?
Kathryn Janeway, Before She Got Lost
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterOctober 23rd
Everyone remembers that first episode of Voyager. Now you can relive it again by playing the Captain Janeway based on that episode.
Shinzon: The Picard That Became a Reman
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterOctober 22nd
First Edition gets Shinzon as part of The Continuing Committee's XV Set entitled "Chain of Command." This card will change the way you build your Romulan Deck. Amazing what a poor little rejected clone of a Federation Captain was able to do.
The Scimitar: The Reman Answer to Every Other Ship
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterOctober 22nd
Flagship of the General Shinzon who led the Reman forces. You'll want this ship to lead your forces as well once you see what it can do for your deck.

August 2009

Sao Paulo
by Kevin Jaeger, Players' RepresentativeAugust 11th
She's got some pretty big shoes to fill.
The Captain's "Guest"
by Darren Lacoste, Editor in ChiefAugust 10th
Being a starship Captain does have its rewards...
Design Log: Good or Bad? Why Not Both?
by Chris Lobban, Assistant DesignerAugust 4th
How a new card is inspired by not one or two, but three different themes...
A Q Scorned
by Kevin Jaeger, Players' RepresentativeAugust 3rd
A mortal woman hath no fury...

July 2009

Her Name Is Mudd
by Richard New, Assistant DesignerJuly 30th
How can the Venus Drug help your deck?
Design Log: Watching a Daughter Grow Up
by Chris Lobban, Assistant DesignerJuly 29th
It's not often you get to watch your daughter grow up in just a few months...
Lending a Hand
by Kevin Jaeger, Players' RepresentativeJuly 28th
What do you do when two of your buddies are about to get in a nasty bar fight in west river South Dakota? You lend a hand of course!
Deal With the Count Man
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterJuly 28th
Ezri goes locking out the key personnel.
Leeta and M'Pella
by Kevin Jaeger, Players' RepresentativeJuly 24th
Seduction or Devotion? If you were forced to choose between a woman so devoted she would die at your command or one who could seduce the collar off a priest, who would you choose? Well, you wont have to.
Polywater Intoxication
by Kevin Jaeger, Players' RepresentativeJuly 20th
...and a lot of it.
What McKenzie Can Do For Starfleet...
by Stephen R Sanders, Staff WriterJuly 17th
A look at how Fiona McKenzie can help First Edition Starfleet decks.
Track Survivors
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterJuly 15th
Hey, at least it had Bonnie from 'Knight Rider' in it.
Kalenna (Sentry)
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterJuly 8th
After an eleven-week break without writing an article, James Hoskin is back with a spoiler from the new expansion - This Side of Paradise.

May 2009

Is Racial Tension Worth It?
by Darren Lacoste, Editor in ChiefMay 13th
Ever wonder just how effective Racial Tension is?
Karl Jaeger
by Kevin Jaeger, Players' RepresentativeMay 4th
- No No, the other Jaeger! The Original Series geologist. - Jaeger? That's your name, Hoss. - Shut up, Donny.

March 2009

Post Garrison...I mean...Jem'Hadar Entrenchment
by Kevin Jaeger, Player's RepresentativeMarch 18th
Then we will hold this world for the Dominion...until we die.

February 2009

Leverage
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterFebruary 13th
Why would you want to willingly place your personnel in an opponent's Brig? Find out here.

January 2009

Miner Revolt
by Kevin Jaeger, Players' RepresentativeJanuary 29th
"Oh Please Dear? I've got news for you: The Supreme Court has ROUNDLY REJECTED PRIOR RESTRAINT!!!!"
Explore Extradimensional World
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterJanuary 28th
Now you see me...now you don't.
Punishment Box
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterJanuary 27th
Tales from the Raise the Stakes design team - Part VI.
Coordinated Counterattack
by Kevin Jaeger, Player's RepresentativeJanuary 23rd
"They finally did it...they killed my car." "Vee screw you up, Man! Ve take ze money! Ve believe in nussing Lebowski! Nussing!"
Syrran (Desert Wind) and T'Les (Syrrannite)
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterJanuary 20th
Tales from the Raise the Stakes design team - Part V.
Full Complement
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterJanuary 19th
Kirk: "The away team will consist of myself, Mr. Spock, Scotty, Dr. McCoy, and Ensign Ricky." Ricky: "Ah, crap."
Cal Hudson (Convincing Recruiter) and Javert (Maquis Flagship)
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterJanuary 14th
Tales from the Raise the Stakes design team - Part IV.
Ensnared
by Kevin Jaeger, Player's RepresentativeJanuary 13th
She probably kidnapped herself. She owes money all over town...to known pornographers...It's all a...fake. Like Lenin said, you look to the person who will benefit..."I am the Walrus" - Shut up, Donny.
Rokassa (Tampering Vessel) and Nador (Curious Commander)
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterJanuary 12th
You can tell that you watch too much Star Trek if you know where the name "Rokassa" comes from without looking it up.
Examining First Edition Draw Engines
by Jeremy Commandeur, First Edition DirectorJanuary 10th
Equipping your deck with an adequate number of draw engines is one of the hardest things to master for new players. Let's take a look at some of the best draw engines in the game, ranging from the easy, to the obscure and difficult.
Wariness and Taibak (Prodigious Conditioner)
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterJanuary 9th
Tales from the Raise the Stakes design team - Part III.
Kira Nerys (Lela)
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterJanuary 8th
...and here's another one! Will the designers ever run out of ideas for new Kiras?
Favor the Bold
by Kevin Jaeger, Player's RepresentativeJanuary 7th
There's an old saying. Fortune Favors the Bold...well...if you complete a mission more than once, then you should get something for it...and boy can you get a benefit.
Causal Recursion ... ... ... ... Causal Recursion
by Kevin Jaeger, Players' RepresentativeJanuary 6th
"We can't afford to second guess ourselves. We'll stay on this heading."

December 2008

Quark, Son of Keldar
by David Runyon, Staff WriterDecember 29th
Quark, linked in holy matri-money? With his blushing bride, Quark Son of Keldar is half of the most powerful married couple in the game.
I Hate Stefan DeSeve
by David Runyon, Staff WriterDecember 29th
I have always hated Stefan DeSeve. So what is he good for?
Tacking Into the Wind
by Stephen Lee, Staff WriterDecember 22nd
You stole my battleship! Identity Crisis spoiler.
Kathryn Janeway (Regretful Leader)
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterDecember 19th
Tales from the Raise the Stakes design team - Part II.
Defensive Upgrades
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterDecember 18th
"I heartily endorse the use of this card." -Rishon Uxbridge, 1E Veteran
Geordi LaForge (Battleship Engineer)
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterDecember 17th
Tales from the Raise the Stakes design team - Part I
Always Welcome
by Darren Lacoste, Editor in ChiefDecember 16th
"I should have done this long ago."
"You were always welcome."
William Ross "Temporary" Ally
by Kevin Jaeger, Player's RepresentativeDecember 15th
He's a big help. Act now while supplies last!
The Emissary: Not Just for Bajorans Anymore
by David Runyon, Staff WriterDecember 1st
Your favorite Creole-cooking Starfleet Captain also doubles as your favorite Bajoran religious figure.
Kira, Kira, Kira
by David Runyon, Staff WriterDecember 1st
With so many versions of Kira available (this and one other from First Edition, not including The Intendant; and ten backwards-compatible versions in Second Edition, including one virtual card), why should you pick this one?

November 2008

Romulans Gone Rogue
by Adam Warpinski, Staff WriterNovember 24th
Romulans... they are green and sneaky. But what happens when, like chameleons, they change they color?
Make a Statement
by Charlie Plaine, ChairmanNovember 24th
Raise the Stakes is all about big costs and big effects... and sometimes, that means letting your opponent know how far you're willing to go.
The Captivating Ilon Tandro
by Stephen Lee, Staff WriterNovember 23rd
A captivating personality goes a long way for any dignitary, even a fictional one from the Star Trek universe. Identity Crisis spoiler!
The Power of Purple - Part II
by Jeremy Commandeur, First Edition DirectorNovember 12th
Long before the Vidiians and Hirogen got their spiffy super outposts, there was another...
The Power of Purple - Part I
by Jeremy Commandeur, First Edition DirectorNovember 12th
Overseer Odo rocks. Once upon a time, the Alliance did, too (back when they still had cloaking devices). Take a second look at this week's first Identity Crisis card.
Data and Picard: Android, Captain, Civilians, Spies
by David Runyon, Staff WriterNovember 8th
Need a Romulan version of Jadzia Dax? Need a Civilian Android with more than one skill? Need a good reason to wear a burlap robe to a Star Trek convention? Look no further than Data and Picard.
Major Rakal: Empaths in Disguise
by David Runyon, Staff WriterNovember 8th
Major Rakal: Not just a surgically-altered-to-look-Romulan half-Betazoid, half-human empath anymore.

September 2008

"Somewhere, a Place for Us"
by David Runyon, Staff WriterSeptember 26th
Every great First Edition deck has to start somewhere, right? Check out this overview of the different ways to get your cards from your deck to the spaceline.

August 2008

Chula: Unfortunate Roll
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterAugust 15th
The sixth Chula dilemma to be released for Second Edition likes things to be odd.
Artificial Wormhole
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterAugust 8th
Anyone with nostalgia for the days of First Edition Wormhole decks can ease their longing with this card.
Klag (Second Officer)
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterAugust 7th
Klag is a survivor, and so are his friends.
Arak'Taral (Suspicious Second)
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterAugust 6th
If you thought that Dominion decks using Remata'Klan to avoid random selections were annoying, just wait until you see Arak'Taral.
Reyga, Part 1
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterAugust 5th
"Hello Reyga. Follow the White Rabbit. Knock Knock."
Delivery Boy
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterAugust 5th
Flower Power
Uninvited
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterAugust 1st
Sometimes you dislike someone so much that any time they show up, they're an unwanted guest...an uninvited guest...and all you want to do is un-invite them. Problem is, sometimes they have way more power than you...

July 2008

Hindrance
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterJuly 29th
Never has a card been more aptly titled. Hindrance really will be a big hindrance when you have to face it.
Kira Nerys: Defiant LEADER
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterJuly 25th
Kevin Jaeger stands before the masses to talk about the new Kira. Don't kill the messenger.
Key Dilemmas #4 - Klingon Law
by Chris Lobban, Assistant DesignerJuly 24th
The Klingons are the focus of the fourth article in this eight-part series, as we look at a new dilemma to enhance an old deck.
Psychiatrists Gone Wild
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterJuly 23rd
"Yes Captain, we met at that party last night. I was the raven-haired brunette whose skirt you were chasing. I think you're nice but we should schedule an appointment to discuss your mom issues."
The Clown: On His Throne
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterJuly 22nd
Joining the ranks of Bitter Medicine and Guillotine, comes a new Clown dilemma. This time he's just On His Throne. How bad can that be?
Key Dilemmas #3 - Skeptical Superior
by Chris Lobban, Assistant DesignerJuly 21st
The third article this eight-part series examines one of the more versatile dilemmas in the cycle, and some of the different deck types that you could build around it.
Ajur and Boratus, Temporal Thieves
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterJuly 18th
Vorgons like a dramatic entrance. Where's the smoke machine when you need it...?
Key Dilemmas #2 - Treachery Running Deep
by Chris Lobban, Assistant DesignerJuly 17th
This second article in the eight-part series examines how a single dilemma can change your entire dilemma deck strategy.
Key Dilemmas #1 - Let Them Worry
by Chris Lobban, Assistant DesignerJuly 14th
The first in an eight-part series examining a new cycle of dilemmas, and how they'll change the way you build your deck.
Husnock Ship
by Chris Lobban, Assistant DesignerJuly 14th
Roughly five times the mass of the Enterprise, and carrying enough armament to pulverize a planet... doesn't sound like the kind of ship you'd want hanging around your missions, deos it?
Top 16 from 15 and 14
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterJuly 7th
Kevin Jaeger gives a top 16 list of The Undiscovered Country and What You Leave Behind cards he expects to see at Continentals and Worlds.
Desab Sdrawkcab Romulan Decks
by Adam Warpinski, Lead First Edition WriterJuly 4th
Wahoo! It's a First Edition article! On Romulans! Listen up, and enjoy your soup.

May 2008

Treasured Collectibles
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterMay 9th
How much is that in equipment, please?
Nog and Jake
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterMay 7th
It's time for Deep Space Nine players to do more than just protect their stuff. It's time to go on the offensive and start getting what they want. Kevin Jaeger talks about how Deep Space Nine decks are going to get nasty.

April 2008

Kes (Experienced Ocampa)
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterApril 30th
During playtesting, Kes was known as Kes ("with better pic"). Does this version really look better than Kes (Curious Ocampa)? Find out here!
The Cost of Freedom
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterApril 29th
Over 900,000,000 Cardassians paid with their lives for attempted freedom from the Dominion. Fortunately, you don’t need that many personnel in your deck to use The Cost of Freedom.
The Perils of Peacemaking
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterApril 28th
You just hit your opponent with a Gomtuu Shock Wave? Add insult to injury with this new interrupt!
Three of Twelve (Specialty Drone)
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterApril 24th
A drone that caters to a rather unique audience.
Meat Harvest
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterApril 22nd
"We are the Borg. You are not safe anywhere. We have adapted to your evasive strategies. You cannot hide. You will be assimilated."
The Conscience of the King
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterApril 21st
Much like Overwhelmed or Tragic Turn, you’ll be building your whole dilemma pile around this one card.
Aid Legendary Civilization
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterApril 18th
Placing personnel under your deck after you complete a mission? That sounds like Survey New World - Mark II.
Portmaster Laurence T. Stone
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterApril 18th
The Original Series gets its own bottom of the draw deck mechanic...and yes, it involves upgrading a personnel.
U.S.S. Enterprise-D (Salvaged Ship)
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterApril 14th
“I now declare this ship to be a loss and open to claim according to the Ferengi Salvage Code.”
Playing to Lose
by Charlie Plaine, Assistant DesignerApril 11th
It's turn six, and your opponent has just completed his second mission. You're losing 65-0, and you couldn't be happier. Find out why, inside.
Debate Over Dinner
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterApril 9th
With this new event from The Undiscovered Country, people are gonna start digging through their binder pages. An old strategy is about to find new life. "No it won't." "Yes it will." "No it won't." "Yes it will."
Once More Unto the Breach
by James "RedDwarf" Hoskin, Staff WriterApril 8th
"You have never experienced Shakespeare until you have read him in the original Klingon." - Chancellor Gorkon
Gaila (Arms Dealer)
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterApril 8th
What's better than preventing stops? Preventing stops and being rewarded for it! Quark's cousin will strike some amazing deals for you.
Mixing Up the Matrix
by Charlie Plaine, Assistant DesignerApril 4th
How much do you really know about the use of skills on dilemmas? Be prepared for things to change in The Undiscovered Country.
Instigate Dissension
by Kevin Jaeger, Staff WriterApril 3rd
Are you ready for a potentially meta-changing dilemma? Kevin Jaeger discusses just such a card from The Undiscovered Country that might change the face of World Championship level play.
Azetbur (Visionary Chancellor)
by Johannes Klarhauser, Staff WriterApril 2nd
Have a look at the first spoiler from The Undiscovered Country!