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Welcome to Dominion Week

by Maggie Geppert, Vice Chairman

11th February 2018

Welcome to Dominion week!  We first saw the Founders in The Search, but there were plenty of references to The Dominion in Sanctuary and Shadowplay.  The Jem’Hadar are a terrifying military force, even as adolescents, which was seen in The AbandonedIn Purgatory’s Shadow and By Inferno’s Light are a great pair of episodes that show off the honor of the Jem’Hadar and treachery of the Founders.  Treachery, Faith and the Great River tells us more about how Vorta cloning works (or sometimes doesn’t).

We have some fun stuff for you this week.  Charlie Plaine will be telling us about Dominion design in First and Second Edition.  I’ll be checking out basic Dominion decks for First Edition and Second Edition.  Ross Fertel will be talking about Lineage.  Finally, we have a special treat this week.  Andreas Rheinländer has updated his 5-part series on playing Dominion in 1E, so we’ll be seeing that starting on Tuesday.

My guest this week is Andreas talking up his Top 5 Dominion cards for both Editions.  Well, sort of.  He doesn’t have access to a webcam, so he’s provided me with his lists and I will be providing color commentary for them.  I’ve had some technical difficulties, so the video will be slightly delayed.

Technical difficulties fixxored!

Now to this week’s contest.  Please submit, in the thread associated with this article, your name, Jem’Hadar-ified.  That’s right.  Give yourself a Jem’hadar name before 11:59 pm CST (that’s -6:00 GMT) on February 17th, 2018.  The randomly selected winner will choose between a themed First Edition or Second Edition promo card.

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