The final installment of the series kicks off as we approach the holidays. In the spirit of giving this time of year, this will be the biggest "giveaway" yet: RAINBOW SEALED DECK!
What's a rainbow sealed deck, you ask? Simple. You get one of every booster pack. Premiere, Energize, Call to Arms, Necessary Evil, Reflections 2.0, Strange New Worlds, To Boldly Go, Captain's Log, These Are The Voyages, In a Mirror, Darkly, and What You Leave Behind (no Fractured Time, Dangerous Missions, or Genesis - they aren't boosters).
On top of that, in order to make sure everybody has a playable deck, this event will include a starter draft! That's right, you get to see your pulls, then decide which of the 6 starters ( , , , , , ) you'd like to add.
But that's not all! In order to maximize playability, this event will also feature the Mercenary Rule: Any personnel or ship can play to a headquarters that it can't normally play to at cost +1. That should open up some deck building options.
One Caveat: to avoid total degeneracy, Information Drone's ability can only be used with non- personnel you command but don't own. Can't make it TOO easy!
Sounds fun already, right? But we're not done yet! As with all RTFP events, this gig is part of the Subspace Series - which means if you play you qualify for prizes courtesy of our DoOP: Kris Sonsteby!
Still not enough, you say? Fine. You drive a hard bargain, but I want players in the arena. As a reminder, playing in this event will get you some RTFP participation points, and a few players are closing in on the magic number of 10 points to qualify for a Return to Farpoint promo foil. However, as an additional incentive, anyone who plays in this event and finishes all of their games will qualify for an ADDITIONAL, BONUS RTFP Foil! That means if you haven't played in any events, or haven't played in enough events to qualify, playing in this event will allow you to still get a foil. It's the giving season, so we're giving!
What are you waiting for? This thing kicks off Friday, November 6th and will run 3 or 4 (or 5?) rounds, depending on turnout. Get signed up today!
bhosp wrote:Haha Neil's the Hillary Clinton of Star Trek. He won the popular vote even though no one really likes him, but he still loses.