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March 2009

Claim Your Share of the Latinum!
by Charlie Plaine, ChairmanMarch 23rd
The first Ferengi Exchange Raffle has been completed, and there are still over twenty-five (25) unclaimed prizes! Is one of them yours?
Dave Kuck Joins The Continuing Committee
by Charlie Plaine, ChairmanMarch 7th
Dave Kuck has accepted our offer to join The Continuing Committee as the new North American Continental Coordinator!
A Statement About Prizes and Shipments
by Charlie Plaine, ChairmanMarch 1st
Find out more about the problems with prize shipments and how they're being addressed.
The Global Challenge
by Charlie Plaine, ChairmanMarch 1st
The fifth Chairman's Challenge is open to all players of both editions all over the world!

February 2009

First Edition Updates!
by Jeremy Commandeur, First Edition DirectorFebruary 27th
Lions (Personas), Tigers (Special Downloads) and Bears (Hi-Res Files), Oh My!
Embracing all Spacelines: Guide to Multi-quadrant Deck Design, Part One
by Austin Chandler, Staff WriterFebruary 22nd
Dominion in the Delta Quadrant? Vidiian in the Gamma? Hirogen in the Mirror Universe? If you think this is a bizarre concept, you are absolutely right. However, it can be fun to do and we’ll learn how in this series on multi-quadrant deck designs. Each article in this series will focus on building a deck around this idea and putting it through its paces against popular deck constructs.
Regional Championship Series 2009
by Charlie Plaine, ChairmanFebruary 14th
The Continuing Committee brings you the first step on The Trek to the World Championship with the announcement of the 2009 Regional Championship Series.
Star Trek CCG Turns 15!
by Jeremy Commandeur, First Edition DirectorFebruary 12th
Good old First Edition turns 15 this year. To celebrate 15 years of ST:CCG, the First Edition Writing Team has devised some Top 15 lists, and some contests with cool 'old school' prizes.
What's in a Badge?
by Chris Lobban, Chief ProgrammerFebruary 5th
What do all those little badges mean, anyway?

January 2009

Deck Building 101 - The Basics, Part 2
by Stephen Lee, Staff WriterJanuary 27th
How did our deck do? Read the tournament report!
Deck Building 101 - The Basics, Part 1
by Stephen Lee, Staff WriterJanuary 26th
Start the new year with Deck Building 101 and a deck design!
A Different Kind of Hirogen Deck
by Jeremy Commandeur, First Edition DirectorJanuary 13th
Hirogen going back in time to hug a tree and save the whales. Hirogen taking over Empok Nor and Processing Ore. Hirogen solving Earth. Hirogen hanging out with Lore, Dixon Hill, Morn and the Orion Syndicate. Hirogen cashing in some latinum. Hirogen with no Delta Quadrant missions. Do I have your attention? Good. Let's look at a different kind of Hirogen deck.
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.
Premium Website: The Good News, and the Bad News
by Chris Lobban, Chief ProgrammerJanuary 1st
So I've got good news, and I've got bad news...