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We Asked, You Answered, We Listened

by Daniel “Danny” Giddings, Design Intern

20th April 2016

Back in July of 2015, Tyler (DJStormtrooper) asked the community a couple of questions:

“What decks suffer from poor mission selection? If you could design a mission for them, what would it look like?”

22 days and 4 pages later, the thread came to a natural close, and, as we’ve come to expect from this community, the (vast majority of) answers were well thought out and showed an accurate and deep understanding of the game.

Here are just a few of the choicest responses:

Now, without giving too much away, I can tell you that… five of the above seven suggestions made it through to the final product!

Sorry for being a tease, but that’s all I can say – no further details can be given at this time...

Great Minds, etc.


There was one suggestion, stated by some, echoed or endorsed by others, that appeared again and again throughout the thread:

Farius Prime

Which brings us to the spoiler:

Farius Prime, Approach Criminal Organization

Stating the obvious: it’s a 40 point, vanilla, [AQ] planet mission requiring Intelligence that’s attemptable by all the affiliations you’d expect (and maybe one you wouldn’t), and looks like it was specifically made for Korinas, Lance Cartwright, Leyton Founder or Sela.

Is this along the lines of what you were after?

Seriously, guys and gals, thanks for your efforts and suggestions, and we hope you enjoy it.

Thanks for reading!

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