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The Promotional Cards of the Star Trek Customizable Card Game's Second Edition is a set that contained all of the special cards released during the series. Cards listed here were given as prizes for tournaments and promotionals for several main set releases. Some cards that were given as prizes have the quote of the card replaced by the name and year of the tournament in which it was given. Card numbers 0D19 and 0D21 exist in two versions. Card numbers 0P32 and 0P33 were assigned in duplicate to different cards. Card numbers 0P54 to 0P71 were reprints of the Tenth Anniversary Collection with no ‘X’ in the upper right corner and a copyright year of 2005.

DilemmasEdit

  • Harsh Conditions
    • Card number 0D1.
    • This card was given as a prize for the Decipher Game Management Authority (DGMA) Premier Series Qualifier.
    • Game Play: For each headquarters mission you command, your opponent names a skill. Place this dilemma on this mission. While your personnel is facing a dilemma, he or she cannot use those skills. At the end of this mission attempt, this dilemma is overcome.
    • Image Source: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
    • "This is the gulag Rura Penthe! … Punishment means exile from prison to the surface. On the surface, nothing can survive."
      • Klingon Commandant in the Rura Penthe ice desert
  • Timescape
    • Card number 0D2.
    • This card was released as a Tournament Prize Support card.
    • Game Play: Place this dilemma on this mission. You cannot begin a mission attempt at this mission. At the end of this turn, this dilemma returns to its owner's dilemma pile.
    • Image Source: Timescape (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "If we beamed aboard the Enterprise, we'd be frozen in time, just like they are."
      • Geordi La forge to Jean-Luc Picard, Deanna Troi, and Data in the runabout cockpit
  • Agonizing Encounter (Version A)
    • Card number 0D19.
    • This card was given as a prize for the DGMA World Championships in 2005.
    • Game Play: For each headquarters you command, this dilemma is cost -1. Your opponent names a skill. For each of your missions that requires that skill, randomly select a personnel to be stopped.
    • Image Source: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
    • "I was lucky that thing had knees…"
    • "That was not his knee."
      • James T. Kirk and Martia, the Chameloid in the Klingon penal colony Rura Penthe mine
  • Agonizing Encounter (Version B)
    • Card number 0D19.
    • This card was released for the DGMA Premier Series in Essen, Germany.
    • Game Play: For each headquarters you command, this dilemma is cost -1. Your opponent names a skill. For each of your missions that requires that skill, randomly select a personnel to be stopped.
    • Image Source: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
    • "I was lucky that thing had knees…"
    • "That was not his knee."
      • James T. Kirk and Martia, the Chameloid in the Klingon Rura Penthe penal colony mine
  • Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
    • Card number 0D20.
    • This card was given as a prize for the DGMA World Championships in 2006.
    • Game Play: Choose a personnel who has Diplomacy or Integrity>6 to be stopped. If you cannot, randomly select a personnel to be killed.
    • Image Source: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
    • "We must do this again some time."
      • James T. Kirk to Chancellor Gorkon in the Enterprise-A transporter room
  • Tragic Turn (Version A)
    • Card number 0D21.
    • This card was given as a DGMA Premier Series Qualifier in 2007.
    • Game Play: Consume: 2. (Your opponent places the top two cards of his or her dilemma pile face up beneath this mission.) Place this dilemma on this mission (limit one per mission). When a dilemma is overcome here, if that dilemma killed any of your personnel, randomly select a personnel attempting the mission to be killed. Otherwise, if that dilemma stopped any of your personnel, randomly select a personnel attempting the mission to be stopped.
    • Image Source: Loud as a Whisper (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
  • Tragic Turn (Version B)
    • Card number 0D21.
    • This card was given as a prize for The Continuing Committee's (TCC) 2008 Regionals Winner in 2008. Card is similar to Version A except that DGMA Premier Series Qualifier statement has been removed.
    • Game Play: Consume: 2. (Your opponent places the top two cards of his or her dilemma pile face up beneath this mission.) Place this dilemma on this mission (limit one per mission). When a dilemma is overcome here, if that dilemma killed any of your personnel, randomly select a personnel attempting the mission to be killed. Otherwise, if that dilemma stopped any of your personnel, randomly select a personnel attempting the mission to be stopped.
    • Image Source: Loud as a Whisper (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
  • Skeleton Crew
    • Card number 0P34.
    • This card was given as a prize for the Territorial Open Championship in 2007.
    • Game Play: Place this dilemma on this mission. To begin a mission attempt at this mission, you must have at least six personnel involved. When you complete this mission, this dilemma is overcome.
    • Image Source: Invasive Procedures (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "With Deep Space 9 evacuated of non-critical personnel during a local plasma disruption, it was an easy matter for a mercenary team to overwhelm those left behind."
      • Station log entry by Benjamin Sisko
  • No Kill I
    • Card number 0P81.
    • This card was given as a prize for the dAgent Exclusive in 2007.
    • Game Play: Consume: 3. (Your opponent places the top three cards of his or her dilemma pile face up beneath this mission.) All your personnel are stopped.
    • Image Source: The Devil in the Dark (Star Trek: The Original Series)
    • "This creature here is the mother of her race. The Horta is intelligent, peaceful, mild. She had no objection to sharing this planet with you, until you broke into her nursery and started destroying her eggs. Then she fought back the only way she knew how, as any mother would when her children are in danger."
      • Spock and James T. Kirk to Vanderberg in a cavern on level 23 of the pergium production station on Janus VI
  • Chula: The Dice
    • Card number 0P83.
    • This card was given as a prize for the dAgent Exclusive in 2007.
    • Game Play: Unless you have a personnel with Integrity>6, a second personnel with Cunning>6, and a third personnel with Strength>6, all your personnel are stopped.
    • Image Source: Move Along Home (Deep Space Nine)
    • "Roll! Roll? But you haven't even told me the rules yet!"
      • Quark to Falow in Quark's bar

EventsEdit

  • Rule of Acquisition #144
    • Card number 0D3.
    • This card was released as a Tournament Prize Support card.
    • Game Play: Rule. To play this event, you must command three Ferengi personnel. Plays in your core. When your Ferengi personnel is facing a dilemma, you may take two cards from beneath your Ferenginar and place them in your discard pile to make that personnel gain any skill until the end of that dilemma.
    • Image Source: The Maquis, Part I (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "There's nothing wrong with charity … as long as it winds up in your pocket."
      • Quote taken from the book Legends of the Ferengi
  • Getting Under Your Skin
    • Card number 0D22.
    • This card was given as a prize in the DGMA World Championships in 2007.
    • Game Play: To play this event, you must command three Romulan personnel. Plays in your core. When you play an event in your core, you may reveal the top card of an opponent's deck. If it is a personnel, score 5 points. You may do this only once each turn.
    • Image Source: In the Pale Moonlight (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "I look forward to seeing your station – while it's still here, that is. The way the war's going with the Federation, it may not be around much longer."
      • Senator Vreenak to Benjamin Sisko in the airlock
  • In the Pah-wraith's Wake
    • Card number 0P24.
    • This card was released as a Rewards Store Card.
    • Game Play: Pah-wraith. To play this event, you must command three Bajoran personnel. Remove two events in your discard pile from the game to destroy an event in an opponent's core. Destroy this event.
    • Image Source: Tears of the Prophets (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "I know this must be of little comfort, but I never intended you any harm."
      • Dukat to Jadzia Dax in the shrine prior to her demise
  • In the Pah-wraith's Wake
    • Card number 0P32.
    • This card was released as a Rewards Store Card.
    • Game Play: Pah-wraith. To play this event, you must command three Bajoran personnel. Remove two events in your discard pile from the game to destroy an event in an opponent's core. Destroy this event.
    • Image Source: Tears of the Prophets (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "I know this must be of little comfort, but I never intended you any harm."
      • Dukat to Jadzia Dax in the shrine prior to her demise
  • The Edge of Forever
    • Card number 0P32.
    • This card was released as a Captain's Log Pre-Order Fall 2006.
    • Game Play: Temporal. Plays in your core. Order – Lose 5 points to choose one: download a Future card that could be played at your headquarters mission and place it there; or take a Past card from your discard pile that could be played at your headquarters mission and place it there. Destroy this event.
    • Image Source: The City on the Edge of Forever (Star Trek: The Original Series)
    • "A gateway to your own past, if you wish."
      • The Guardian of Forever in response to a question by James T. Kirk and Spock
  • Party Atmosphere
    • Card number 0P33.
    • This card was released as a TOC Card in 2006 and as a Rewards Store Card.
    • Game Play: Plays in your core. When a player plays an event in his or her core, he or she chooses an opponent. For each headquarters mission that opponent commands, that event is cost -1.
    • Image Source: Alter Ego (Star Trek: Voyager)
    • "Hey, how can you listen to this without feeling the urge to dance?"
      • Neelix in the holodeck program Paxau Resort (from the episode Warlord)
  • Unexpected Difficulties
    • Card number 0P33.
    • This card was released as a special at the Decipher Store.
    • Game Play: Plays in your core. When you have drawn dilemmas, you may destroy this event to return them to your dilemma pile and draw an equal number of dilemmas.
    • Image Source: Cold Front (Star Trek: Enterprise)
    • "That last bolt struck the warp manifold! We've got an antimatter cascade, sir!"
      • Charles "Trip" Tucker to Jonathan Archer after lightning bolts strike the Enterprise
  • Abduction
    • Card number 0P35.
    • This card was given as a prize in the DGMA World Championships in 2007.
    • Game Play: Plays in your core. Order – Destroy this event and stop your two Borg Security personnel present together at a non-Headquarters mission to name a skill. Randomly select an opponent's personnel present who has that skill and take command of him or her.
    • Image Source: The Best of Both Worlds, Part I (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "The captain has been altered by the Borg."
      • Data to William Riker on the Enterprise-D bridge after beaming back from the Borg ship in a failed attempt to rescue Jean-Luc Picard from the Borg
  • Desperate Sacrifice
    • Card number 0P36.
    • This card was given as a prize in the DGMA World Championships in 2007.
    • Game Play: Plays in your core. Order – If you command four events, destroy this event to make each player choose two events he or she commands, then destroy each other event he or she commands.
    • Image Source: Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
    • "My God, Bones. What have I done?"
    • "What you had to do. What you always do. Turn death into a fighting chance to live."
      • James T. Kirk and Doctor McCoy on the Genesis planet while observing the destruction of the Enterprise in space
  • Mission Accomplished
    • Card number 0P37.
    • This card was given as a prize in the DGMA World Championships in 2007.
    • Game Play: Plays in your core. When you complete a mission, if you command a staffed ship at that mission with its Commander aboard, score 5 points.
    • Image Source: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
    • "Once again, we've saved civilization as we know it."
      • James T. Kirk to the crew on the Enterprise-A bridge after leaving the Camp Khitomer conference hall
  • Destiny Reset
    • Card number 0P80.
    • This card was given as a prize for the World Championships in 2007.
    • Game Play: Temporal. Plays in your core. When you have drawn dilemmas, you may destroy this event and remove those dilemmas from the game to search your dilemma pile for up to two dilemmas whose total cost does not exceed the number of dilemmas you removed. Place those dilemmas on your dilemma stack in any order. Then shuffle your dilemma pile.
    • Image Source: Zero Hour (Star Trek: Enterprise)
    • "Captain Archer destroyed the weapon."
      • Malcolm Reed to T'Pol and Charles "Trip" Tucker in the airlock with Degra's ship docked with the Enterprise

MissionsEdit

  • Collapse Anti-time Anomaly
    • Card number 0D8.
    • This card was given as a prize for the STCCG League.
    • Game Play: Region: Neutral Zone. When your personnel attempt this mission, if there are no dilemmas overcome beneath it, you may download a Q card.
    • Image Source: All Good Things… (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • Devron system: "The only way to stop this thing is to repair the rupture at the focal point where time and anti-time are converging."
      • Geordi La Forge to the crew on the bridge of the Future Enterprise-D
    • Any affiliation may attempt this mission.
  • Explore Black Cluster
    • Card number 0D9.
    • This card was given as a prize for the STCCG League.
    • Game Play: none
    • Image Source: Hero Worship (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • Sector 97: Conduct a survey of this region known for its violent and unpredictable gravitational wavefronts.
    • Any affiliation, except Borg, may attempt this mission.
  • Feldomite Rush
    • Card number 0D10.
    • This card was given as a prize for the STCCG League.
    • Game Play: none
    • Image Source: Business As Usual (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • Parsion III: "Who'd have dreamed they'd strike feldomite on Parsion III? The Sepian Commodities Exchange is in chaos – everybody’s selling, prices falling…"
      • Quark to Jadzia Dax in Quark's bar
    • Any affiliation, except Borg, may attempt this mission.
  • Investigate Maquis Activity
    • Card number 0D11.
    • This card was given as a prize for the STCCG League.
    • Game Play: Region: Demilitarized Zone. You cannot complete this mission if your Maquis personnel is on this planet. When you complete this mission, if you have completed no other missions, score 5 points.
    • Image Source: The Maquis, Part I (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • Volan III: "…they've managed to start their own little war out here."
      • Gul Dukat to Benjamin Sisko on the Runabout
    • Bajoran, Cardassian, and Federation affiliations
  • Investigate Massacre
    • Card number 0D12.
    • This card was given as a prize for the STCCG League.
    • Game Play: Region: Neutral Zone.
    • Image Source: The Neutral Zone (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • Tarod IX: "The outpost was not just destroyed, it's as though some great force just scooped it off the face of the planet."
      • Worf to the bridge crew after arrival at the edge of the Neutral Zone
    • Federation and Romulan affiliations
  • Kressari Rendezvous
    • Card number 0D13.
    • This card was given as a prize for the STCCG League.
    • Game Play: Region: Cardassia System. When you complete this mission, you may place up to three of your Hand Weapons aboard the completing ship in their owners' discard piles. Score 5 points for each.
    • Image Source: Past Prologue (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • Outskirts of the Cardassia system: Complete a covert weapons transfer to agents supplying a Bajoran isolationist faction.
    • Bajoran, Cardassian, and Ferengi affiliations
  • Athos IV, Maquis Base.
    • Card number 0P41.
    • This card was released at the Decipher Store as a special foil release of the headquarters missions from the Second Edition premiere set.
    • Game Play: Region: Badlands. Order – Discard a card from hand to download For the Cause.
    • Image Source: Blaze of Glory (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • Athos IV: "A grim little fog-bound piece of rock in the middle of nowhere."
      • Michael Eddington to Benjamin Sisko in the Runabout arriving at a planet
    • This mission is not attemptable
  • Bajor, Gift of the Prophets
    • Card number 0P42.
    • This card was released at the Decipher Store as a special foil release of the headquarters missions from the Second Edition premiere set.
    • Game Play: You may play Bajoran cards, Non-Aligned cards, and equipment at this mission. Region: Bajor System.
    • Image Source: Emissary (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • Bajor: "We're on the verge of a new era. The Occupation is over, we've achieved peace with Cardassia, Federation membership is only a few years away – this is an exciting time to be a Bajoran."
    • This mission is not attemptable.
  • Cardassia Prime, Hardscrabble World
    • Card number 0P43.
    • This card was released at the Decipher Store as a special foil release of the headquarters missions from the Second Edition premiere set.
    • Game Play: You may play Cardassian cards, Non-Aligned cards, and equipment at this mission. Region: Cardassia System.
    • Image Source: Chain of Command, Part II (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • Cardassia Prime: "…Cardassia boasts some of the most ancient and splendid ruins in the entire galaxy … most of those objects are gone. … A few were preserved in museums, but even those were eventually sold…"
      • Gul Madred to Jean-Luc Picard in the interrogation room
    • This mission is not attemptable.
  • Earth, Cradle of the Federation
    • Card number 0P44.
    • This card was released at the Decipher Store as a special foil release of the headquarters missions from the Second Edition premiere set.
    • Game Play: You may play Next Generation cards, Earth cards, Non-Aligned cards, and equipment at this mission. Region: Sector 001.
    • Image Source: Opening Credits (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • Earth: "Of course, we are always delighted when the Enterprise returns to the nest."
    • This mission is not attemptable.
  • Earth, Home of Starfleet Command
    • Card number 0P45.
    • This card was released at the Decipher Store as a special foil release of the headquarters missions from the Second Edition premiere set.
    • Game Play: You may play Federation Deep Space Nine cards, Earth cards, Non-Aligned cards, and equipment at this mission. Region: Sector 001.
    • Image Source: Past Tense, Part I (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • Earth: "Now there's something I never get tired of looking at."
      • Benjamin Sisko to Jadzia Dax on the bridge after entering Earth's orbit
    • This mission is not attemptable.
  • Earth, Humanity's Home
    • Card number 0P46.
    • This card was released at the Decipher Store as a special foil release of the headquarters missions from the Second Edition premiere set.
    • Game Play:You may play Starfleet cards, Non-Aligned cards, and equipment at this mission. Region: Sector 001. When you complete a space mission, if no other space mission has been completed, score 10 points.
    • Image Source: Broken Bow (Star Trek: Enterprise)
    • Earth: "For nearly a century, we've waded ankle-deep in the ocean of space. Now it's finally time to swim."
      • Admiral Forrest from the Spacedock prior to the launching of the Enterprise
    • This mission is not attemptable.
  • Ferenginar, Financial Hub
    • Card number 0P47.
    • This card was released at the Decipher Store as a special foil release of the headquarters missions from the Second Edition premiere set.
    • Game Play: You may play Ferengi cards, Non-Aligned cards, and equipment at this mission. When you place a card beneath this mission, place it face down. Dilemmas cannot be placed beneath this mission. Cards beneath this mission are not in play.
    • Image Source: Family Business (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • Ferenginar: "Oh, to stand once more in those rivers of muck."
      • Leck, eager to return to Feringinar
    • This mission is not attemptable.
  • Founder's Homeworld, Home of the Great Link
    • Card number 0P48.
    • This card was released at the Decipher Store as a special foil release of the headquarters missions from the Second Edition premiere set.
    • Game Play: You may play Dominion cards, Non-Aligned cards, and equipment at this mission. Nebula. Region: Omarion Nebula.
    • Image Source: The Die Is Cast (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • Rogue planet in the Omarion Nebula: "The Solids feared our metamorphic abilities. So we were beaten, hunted, and killed. Finally, we arrived here. And here, safe in our isolation, we made our home."
      • Female Changeling to Odo on the planet surface (Deep Space Nine episode The Search, Part II)
    • This mission is not attemptable.
  • Mouth of the Wormhole, Deep Space 9
    • Card number 0P49.
    • This card was released at the Decipher Store as a special foil release of the headquarters missions from the Second Edition premiere set.
    • Game Play: You may play Deep Space Nine cards, Non-Aligned cards, and equipment at this mission. Region: Bajor System. When any player is about to move a ship between this mission and a mission, do not add 2 to the span total of those missions.
    • Image Source: The Reckoning (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • Deep Space 9: "…this has become my home."
      • Benjamin Sisko addressing the residents in front of the Temple on the Promenade (Deep Space Nine episode Call to Arms)
    • This mission is not attemptable.
  • Mouth of the Wormhole, Terok Nor
    • Card number 0P50.
    • This card was released at the Decipher Store as a special foil release of the headquarters missions from the Second Edition premiere set.
    • Game Play: You may play Terok Nor cards, Non-Aligned cards, and equipment at this mission. Region: Bajor System.
    • Image Source: A Time to Stand (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • Terok Nor: "It's only a matter of time before the Federation collapses and Earth becomes another conquered planet under Dominion rule. All in all, it’s a good time for Cardassia and the Dominion."
      • Gul Dukat entering log in a Permanent Documentation File
    • This mission is not attemptable.
  • Qo'noS, Heart of the Empire
    • Card number 0P5.
    • This card was released at the Decipher Store as a special foil release of the headquarters missions from the Second Edition premiere set.
    • Game Play: You may play Klingon cards, Non-Aligned cards, and equipment at this mission.
    • Image Source: Broken Bow (Star Trek: Enterprise)
    • Qo'noS: Homeworld of the Klingon Empire. Its sharply tilted axis causes extreme seasonal changes. With but one major land mass, there was constant war before the time of Kahless. It is a place as hard and turbulent as the Klingons themselves.
    • This mission is not attemptable.
  • Romulus, Seat of Power
    • Card number 0P52.
    • This card was released at the Decipher Store as a special foil release of the headquarters missions from the Second Edition premiere set.
    • Game Play: You may play Romulan cards, Non-Aligned cards, and equipment at this mission. Region: Romulus System.
    • Image Source: Star Trek: Nemesis
    • Romulus: "…I have visited over a hundred different worlds and none possessed the awesome beauty of Romulus."
    • This mission is not attemptable.
  • Unicomplex, Root of the Hive Mind
    • Card number 0P53.
    • This card was released at the Decipher Store as a special foil release of the headquarters missions from the Second Edition premiere set.
    • Game Play: You may play Borg cards and equipment at this mission. You cannot command another Headquarters mission.
    • Image Source: Unimatrix Zero, Part I (Star Trek: Voyager)
    • Unimatrix One: A massive structure in the heart of Borg space, it is from here that the Borg Queen typically controls the vast resources of the Collective.
    • This mission is not attemptable.
  • Amnesty Talks
    • Card number 0P75.
    • This card was given as a prize for the World Championships in 2007.
    • Game Play: none
    • Image Source: The Vengeance Factor (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • Deep space near the Acamar system: Put an end to Gatherer raids in this region by mediating their negotiations with the Acamarians.
      • Jean-Luc Picard Captain's log entry
    • Any affiliation (except Borg) may attempt this mission.
  • Fissure Research
    • Card number 0P76.
    • This card was given as a prize for the World Championships in 2007.
    • Game Play: none
    • Image Source: Parallels (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • Forcas sector: Perform scans of this "keyhole" intersecting different quantum realities.
    • Any affiliation may attempt this mission.
  • Investigate Alien Probe
    • Card number 0P77.
    • This card was given as a prize for the World Championships in 2007.
    • Game Play: none
    • Image Source: The Inner Light (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • Parvenium sector: "It appears to be a probe of some kind – but there is no … record of this shape or design."
      • Data to Jean-Luc Picard on an object appearing on the main bridge viewscreen en route to Starbase 218
    • Any affiliation (except Borg) may attempt this mission.
  • Protect the Escapees
    • Card number 0P78.
    • This card was given as a prize for the World Championships in 2007.
    • Game Play: You may attempt and complete this mission using your personnel with these requirements: Leadership, Officer, Treachery, and Strength>30.
    • Image Source: The Way of the Warrior, Part II (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • Rendezvous coordinates: "If you can get a ship and meet me at these coordinates, I'll do what I can to escort you out of the war zone."
      • Benjamin Sisko to Gul Dukat in the Captain's office
    • Barjoran, Cardassian, and Federation affiliations
  • Caretaker's Array
    • Card number 0P79.
    • This card was released as a special at the Decipher Store.
    • Game Play: At the start of each of your turns, you may discard a card from hand to download Finding Our Way. When a card instructs you to place a ship at your headquarters mission, that ship may be placed at this mission instead.
    • Image Source: Caretaker (Star Trek: Voyager)
    • Near Ocampa: "Captain, there's something out there!"
      • Harry Kim to Kathryn Janeway on the Voyager bridge
    • Federation and Non-Aligned affiliations
  • Earth, Lush and Beautiful Home
    • Card number 0P80.
    • This card was given as a prize for the World Championships and the TCC regionals in 2007.
    • Game Play: You may play The Original Series cards, Non-Aligned cards, and equipment at this mission. Region: Sector 001. When you play a The Original Series card here, you may spend a counter to draw two cards. You may do this only once each turn.
    • Image Source: Assignment Earth (Star Trek: The Original Series)
    • Earth: "… the green fields and blue skies…"
      • Apollo to James T. Kirk in front of Apollo's temple (TOS episode Who Mourns for Adonais)
    • This mission is not attemptable.

PersonnelEdit

BajoranEdit

  • Ro Laren, Maquis Sympathizer
    • Card number 0P1.
    • This card was given as a prize in the Energize Pre-release Tournaments in May of 2003.
    • Skills: Leadership – Navigation – Programming – Security – Treachery
    • Game Play: When this personnel uses a skill to complete a mission, you may choose an opponent to place two random cards from hand on top of his or her deck.
    • Image Source: Preemptive Strike (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "When you sent me on this mission, I thought that I could do it. Now, I'm not sure where I stand."
      • Ro Laren to Jean-Luc Picard in the alien bar in the settlement in the Demilitarized Zone
  • Benjamin Sisko, Shipwright
    • Card number 0P54.
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Skills: Anthropology – Astrometrics – Engineer – Honor – Navigation
    • Commander: Baraka
    • Game Play: While this personnel is aboard a Bajoran Affiliation ship, that ship's Range is increased by 1.
    • Image Source: Explorers (“Star Trek : Deep Space Nine”)
    • ''Listen...not even the hum of an engine. It's almost like being on the deck of an old sailing ship. Except the stars are not just up in the sky, they're all around us."
      • Captain Benjamin Sisko to his son Jake Sisko on the Bajoran Solar-Sailor ship

BorgEdit

  • Borg Queen, Bringer of Order
    • Card number 0P27.
    • This card was given as a prize in the DGMA Origins Premier Series in 2005.
    • Skills: 3 Leadership – Treachery
    • Game Play: Order – Discard the top card of your deck to name a skill. Each of your Borg gains that skill. This effect lasts until the end of this turn. You may do this only once each turn.
    • Image Source: Unimatrix Zero, Part I (Star Trek: Voyager)
    • "I don't understand how anyone could prefer a crude environment to Borg perfection."
      • Borg Queen to Kathryn Janeway in the Borg Queen's chambers
  • Seven of Nine, Representative of the Hive
    • Card number 0P31.
    • This card was given as a prize at DecipherCon in 2005."
    • Skills: Engineer – Exobiology – Physics – Programming – Science
    • Game Play: Drone. While this personnel is facing a dilemma, she is Strength+2 and gains Security.
    • Image Source: Shattered ('Star Trek: 'Voyager)
    • "We are Borg. … You are individuals. You are small, and you think in small terms."
      • Seven of Nine to Kathryn Janeway and Tuvok in the Borg Chamber (Voyager episode Scorpion, Part II)
  • Morik
    • Card number 0P38.
    • This card was given as a prize at the DGMA World Championships in 2007."
    • Skills: Anthropology – Engineer – Medical – Transporters
    • Game Play: The cost of the event in your core that has the highest cost is added to this personnel's attributes.
    • Image Source: Descent, Part II (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "You probably can't imagine what it is like to be so lost and frightened that you will listen to any voice which promises change."
      • Hugh the Borg to William T. Riker and Worf in the underground caverns on the planet surface
  • Borg Queen, Perfectionist
    • Card number 0P55.
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Skills: 3 Leadership – Treachery
    • Commander: Queen’s Borg Cube
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma, each personnel you command but do not own cannot be stopped.
    • Image Source: Star Trek: First Contact
    • "We, too, are on a quest to better ourselves. Evolving toward a state of perfection. ... By assimilating other beings into our Collective, we are bringing them closer to perfection."
      • Borg Queen to Data in Engineering on the Enterprise-E

CardassianEdit

  • Elim Garak, Plain, Simple Tailor
    • Card number 0P2.
    • This card was released as a retail incentive in July and August of 2003.
    • Skills: Diplomacy – Intelligence – Programming – Treachery
    • Game Play: When this personnel is about to be killed by a dilemma, you may discard a personnel from hand to take this personnel into your hand instead.
    • Image Source: Cardassians (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "Truth, Doctor, is in the eye of the beholder. I never tell the truth because I don't believe there is such a thing."
      • Elim Garak to Dr. Julian Bashir at the replimat
  • Dukat, Liberator and Protector
    • Card number 0P3.
    • This card was pre-released in the Call to Arms Release in September of 2003.
    • Skills: Diplomacy – Leadership – Officer – 2 Treachery
    • Game Play: Gul. When this personnel uses a skill to complete a mission, each of your opponents discards the top three cards of his or her deck. You may do this only once each turn.
    • Image Source: Sacrifice of Angels (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "A true victory is to make your enemy see they were wrong to oppose you in the first place. To force them to acknowledge your greatness."
      • Gul Dukat to Weyoun in Captain Benjamin Sisko's office
  • Parek, Privileged Legate
    • Card number 12R50.
    • This card was given as a prize in The Continuing Committee's Regionals in 2008.
    • Skills: Archaeology – Exobiology – Law – Officer
    • Game Play: Legate. When this personnel gains a skill, he may gain any one skill of your choice until the end of this turn. You may do this only once each turn.
    • Image Source: Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "I want comfort and I want it now. You're a comfort woman, aren't you?"
      • Legate Parek to Kira Nerys in a corridor
  • Dukat, True Cardassian
    • Card number 0P56.
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Skills: Leadership – Navigation – Officer – Programming – Security
    • Commander: Naprem
    • Game Play: When an engagement involving this personnel ends, the ship he is aboard and each of the players' Cardassian Affiliation personnel aboard it are not stopped. The player cannot begin any other engagement this turn.
    • Image Source: Return to Grace (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "... if no one else will stand against the Klingons, I will."
      • Gul Dukat to Kira Nerys on the Klingon ship’s bridge
  • Dukat, Military Advisor
    • Card number 0P72.
    • This card was released as a Tournament Director Exclusive.
    • Skills: Diplomacy – Leadership – Navigation – Officer – 2 Treachery
    • Game Play: Commander: Prakesh. Gul. Order – Place a card from hand on the bottom of your deck.
    • Image Source: The Way of the Warrior, Part I (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "…as a loyal officer of the Cardassian military, I am pledged to serve the legitimate ruling body of the Empire – whoever that may be."
      • Gul Dukat to Benjamin Sisko in the Captain's office

DominionEdit

  • Kudak’Etan, Arrogant First
    • Card number 0P57.
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Skills: Astrometrics – Leadership – Navigation – Officer
    • Commander: U.S.S. Defiant
    • Game Play: Order - Discard a Vorta from hand to place this personnel and any number of your Jem'Hadar present aboard a ship at the same mission.
    • Image Source: One Little Ship (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "I am the First. And I have declared victory."
      • Kudak'Etan to Ixtana'Rax on the bridge of the U.S.S. Defiant

FederationEdit

  • Tasha Yar, Tactical Officer
    • Card number 0D4.
    • This card was released as a Tournament Prize Support card.
    • Skills: Engineer – Honor – Leadership – Security
    • Game Play: While this personnel is attempting a mission, you may place her on top of her owner's deck to prevent one of your personnel present from being stopped by dilemmas until the end of this turn.
    • Image Source: Yesterday's Enterprise (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "I've always know the risks that come with a Starfleet uniform. If I am to die in one, I'd like my death to count for something."
      • Tasha Yar to Jean-Luc Picard in the Captain's ready room
  • Michael Eddington, Loyal Leader
    • Card number 0D6.
    • This card was released as a Tournament Prize Support card.
    • Skills: Navigation – Programming – Security
    • Game Play: While this personnel is attempting a mission, you may make him attributes +3 and gain Honor and Leadership. If you do, he is killed at the end of this turn. You may do this only once each turn.
    • Image Source: For the Uniform (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "I told you only one of us would be coming back from this mission."
      • Michael Eddington to Benjamin Sisko on the Maquis settlement prior to his death (DS9 episode Blaze of Glory)
  • Data, Apsirer
    • Card number 0D14.
    • This card was given as a prize in the DGMA Continental Championship in 2005.
    • Skills: Astrometrics – Engineer – Exobiology – Officer – 2 Programming
    • Game Play: When this personnel is facing a dilemma, he is Integrity +2 and gains Honor.
    • Image Source: Star Trek: Nemesis
    • "I aspire, sir. To be better than I am."
      • Data to Jean-Luc Picard in the Astrometrics lab on the Enterprise-E
  • James T. Kirk, Living Legend
    • Card number 0D15.
    • This card was given as a prize in the DGMA Territorial Open Championship in 2005.
    • Skills: 2 Honor – Leadership
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma that has requirements you cannot meet, you may kill this personnel to prevent any further effects of that dilemma and overcome it.
    • Image Source: Star Trek: Generations
    • "I take it the odds are against us and the situation is grim. … Sounds like fun."
      • James T. Kirk to Jean-Luc Picard on horseback on the Nexus Idaho countryside
  • Worf, First Officer
    • Card number 0P24.
    • This card was given as a prize in the Summer Convention in 2004.
    • Skills: Honor – Leadership – Navigation – Officer
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma, you may discard two cards from hand to exchange a personnel you own present with a personnel who has the same cost from your hand.
    • Image Source: Parallels (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "I do remember the last three years… but they are different."
      • Worf to Deanna Troi in Worf's quarters
  • Leonard H. McCoy, Remarkable Man
    • Card number 0P26.
    • This card was released as a pre-order sales inventive during the Strange New Worlds release in May 2005.
    • Skills: Biology – Exobiology – Leadership – Medical
    • Game Play: Admiral. While this personnel is attempting a mission, if you have completed no missions, each of your personnel present is attributes +2.
    • Image Source: Encounter at Farpoint (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "This is a new ship, boy, but she's got the right name. Remember that. You treat her like a lady. She'll always bring you home."
      • Admiral McCoy to Data while walking down a corridor during a tour of the Enterprise-D
  • Benjamin Sisko, Man of Resolve
    • Card number 0P28.
    • This card was given as a prize in the Decipher Convention in 2005.
    • Skills: Diplomacy – Engineer – Leadership – Officer – Security
    • Game Play: Order – This personnel loses Diplomacy and gains Treachery until the end of this turn. You may do this only once each turn.
    • Image Source: In the Pale Moonlight (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "I'm already involved in a very messy, very bloody business. And the only way I can see to end it is to bring the Romulans into the war. I'm prepared to do whatever it takes to accomplish that goal…"
      • Benjamin Sisko to Elim Garak in the wardroom
  • Data, Commanding Officer
    • Card number 0P58.
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Skills: Engineer – Leadership – Officer – Physics – Programming
    • Commander: U.S.S. Sutherland
    • Game Play: Order - Discard a card from hand to name a card. When an opponent plays that card, score 5 points. This effect lasts until the start of your next turn. You may do this only once each turn.
    • Image Source: Redemption, Part Two (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "You will carry out my orders or I will relieve you of duty."
      • Data to Hobson on the bridge of the U.S.S. Sutherland
  • Jean-Luc Picard, Starship Captain
    • Card number 0P4.
    • This card was given as a prize in the DGMA Territorial Open Championship in 2004 and as a Rittenhouse Archives' Quotable TNG Trading Card Insert in April 2005.
    • Skills: Diplomacy – Honor – Law – Leadership – Navigation – Officer
    • Game Play: Commander: U.S.S. Enterprise-D. Order – This personnel loses Diplomacy, Law and Navigation and gains Anthropology, Archaeology and Science until the end of this turn. You may do this only once each turn.
    • Image Source: Encounter at Farpoint (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "Let's see what's out there. … Engage!"
      • Jean-Luc Picard to William T. Riker on the bridge of the Enterprise-D
  • Data, Commanding Officer
    • Card number 0P59.
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Skills: Diplomacy – Honor – Law – Leadership – Navigation – Officer
    • Commander: U.S.S. Enterprise-D
    • Game Play: Order - This personnel loses Diplomacy, Law and Navigation and gains Anthropology, Archaeology and Science until the end of this turn. You may do this only once each turn.
    • Image Source: Encounter at Farpoint (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "Let's see what's out there. ... Engage!"
  • Jean-Luc Picard, Explorer
    • Card number 0P73.
    • This card was released as a dAgent Exclusive in Summer 2007.
    • Skills: Archaeology – 2 Diplomacy – Honor – Leadership – Officer
    • Game Play: Commander: U.S.S. Enterprise-E. Order – Place three cards from hand on the bottom of your deck in any order to draw a card.
    • Image Source: Star Trek: Nemesis
    • "…if you had lived my life, you would understand my responsibility to the Federation."
      • Jean-Luc Picard to Shinzon in the Romulan Senate Chamber

FerengiEdit

  • Brunt, FCA Liquidator
    • Card number 0D16.
    • This card was pre-released in the Strange New Worlds Release in 2005.
    • Skills: Acquisition – Law – Navigation – Programming – Treachery
    • Game Play: Commander: Audit's Spoils. Order – If an opponent commands more events in his or her core than you, return this personnel to his owner's hand to destroy an event.
    • Image Source: Family Business (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "The lesson is: no one can outsmart the F.C.A."
      • Brunt to Quark in Ishka's house on Ferenginar
  • Arridor, "Great Sage"
    • Card number 0D23.
    • This card was given as the Chairman's Challenge III Top Prize and as a prize for the DGMA World Championships in 2007.
    • Skills: Acquisition – Anthropology – Exobiology – Leadership – Medical – Physics – Treachery
    • Game Play: When you begin a mission attempt involving this personnel, you may reveal the top card of your deck. If it is a personnel, make this personnel gain all of the revealed personnel's skills until the end of that mission attempt.
    • Image Source: False Profits (Star Trek : Voyager)
    • "When no appropriate Rule applies, make one up."
      • Arridor to Kol in the Temple

KlingonEdit

  • Kahless, The Greatest Warrior of Them All
    • Card number 0D5.
    • This card was released as a Tournament Prize Support card.
    • Skills: Anthropology – 2 Honor – 3 Leadership
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma, you may meet Integrity and Cunning requirements of that dilemma using Strength instead.
    • Image Source: Rightful Heir (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "I am Kahless … and I have returned."
      • Kahless to Worf in the lava cave on Boreth
  • Quark, Son of Keldar
    • Card number 0P30.
    • This card was released as a pre-order sales inventive during the To Boldly Go release in August 2006.
    • Skills: Acquisition – Anthropology – Diplomacy – Honor
    • Game Play: Order – Discard a card from hand to begin combat involving this personnel, comparing total Cunning instead of Strength. If you win, randomly select an opponent's personnel involved to place on the bottom of his or her owner's deck.
    • Image Source: Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "…I have come to answer the challenge of D'Ghor, son of… whatever."
      • Quark to Gowron, Grilka and D'Ghor in the Klingon Great Hall (DS9 episode House of Quark)
  • Worf, The Strongest Heart
    • Card number 0P39.
    • This card was released as a special at the Decipher Store and as a retail incentive in the summer of 2006.
    • Skills: 2 Honor – Leadership – Officer – Security
    • Game Play: When your Host or Honor Klingon present is about to be stopped by a dilemma, you may discard an event from hand to prevent that.
    • Image Source: You Are Cordially Invited… (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "I am alone."
      • Worf to Sirella in Quark's bar
  • Jadzia Dax, The Second Heart
    • Card number 0P40.
    • This card was released as a special at the Decipher Store and as a retail incentive in the summer of 2006.
    • Skills: Astrometrics – Honor – Physics – Science
    • Game Play: Host. Order – Stop your Honor Klingon present and destroy an event in your core to take an event from your discard pile into hand.
    • Image Source: You Are Cordially Invited (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "If we join together, no force can stop us."
      • Jadzia Dax to Sirella in Quark's bar
  • Gowron, Sole Leader of the Empire
    • Card number 0P60.
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Skills: Honor – Law – 2 Leadership – Security
    • Commander: I.K.S. Bortas
    • Game Play: When your Honor Klingon is about to be stopped or killed by a dilemma, you may discard a Treachery Klingon from hand to prevent that. You may do this only once each turn.
    • Image Source: Redemption, Part One (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "By right and tradition, I am the sole leader. All who oppose me are traitors."
      • Gowron to Jean-Luc Picard and William T. Riker in the Observation Lounge
  • Gowron, Leader of the High Council
    • Card number 0P74.
    • This card was given as a prize at the World Championships in 2007.
    • Skills: Anthropology – Honor – Law – 2 Leadership
    • Game Play: Chancellor. When you play this personnel, you may download an Honor Klingon.
    • Image Source: Redemption, Part I (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "Your blood will paint the way to the future."
      • Gowron to Lursa and B'Etor after having been ruled Chancellor of the Klingon Council by the arbiter Jean-Luc Picard

Non-AlignedEdit

  • Palor Toff, Trader
    • Card number 0D7.
    • This card was released as a Tournament Prize Support card.
    • Skills: Anthropology – Biology – Diplomacy – Law
    • Game Play: This personnel is attributes +1 for each Artifact you command.
    • Image Source: The Most Toys (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "Did I mention that I've added a Veltan sex idol to my collection?"
      • Palor Toff to Kivas Fajo in Fajo's den on the ship Jovis
  • Nel Apgar, Temperamental Researcher
    • Card number 0D24.
    • This card was given as a prize at the World Championships in 2007.
    • Skills: 2 Physics – Science – Treachery
    • Game Play: When you play this personnel, you may draw three cards, then place three cards from hand on the bottom of your deck in any order.
    • Image Source: A Matter of Perspective (Star trek: The Next Generation)
    • "Fine. Whatever. Starfleet will get its Krieger Wave converter. These things take time. I've had a few setbacks, that's all."
      • Nel Apgar to William T. Riker in the Holodeck aboard the Space Station lab
  • Serova, Warp Theorist
    • Card number 0D25.
    • This card was given as a prize at the World Championships in 2007.
    • Skills: 2 Astrometrics – 2 Engineer – Physics – Science
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma, each of your other Engineer personnel present is Cunning +1.
    • Image Source: Force of Nature (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "That's your response? More research? More delays? I suppose I shouldn't have expected anything different."
      • Serova to Data in the Stellar Cartography lab
  • Togaran
    • Card number 0D26.
    • This card was given as a prize at the World Championships in 2007.
    • Skills: Honor – Leadership – Officer – Security – Transporters
    • Game Play: none
    • Image Source: Darmok (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "Kiteo. His eyes closed. Chenza at court. The court of silence. … Chenza!"
      • Togaran to his staff and William T. Riker on the viewscreen from the Tamarian ship
  • Arik Soong, Father of Many
    • Card number 0P29.
    • This card was released as a sales incentive in the Fall of 2005.
    • Skills: 2 Biology – Medical – Programming – Science
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma, if you are about to lose command of one of your Genetically Enhanced personnel present, you may stop this personnel instead.
    • Image Source: Borderland (Star Trek: Enterprise)
    • "I didn't realize you shared humanity's reactionary attitude toward this field of medicine."
      • Arik Soong to Doctor Phlox in sickbay on the Enterprise
  • Arctus Baran, Treasure Seeker
    • Card number 0P61.
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Skills: Archaeology – Officer – Security – Treachery
    • Commander: Fortune
    • Game Play: When this personnel uses a skill to complete a mission, you may download an Artifact card and place it in your core (if it is an event) or present with this personnel (if it is an equipment).
    • Image Source: Gambit, Part Two (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "...we've completed half of what promises to be a very profitable mission...there is one more artifact to find. "

RomulanEdit

  • Deanna Troi, Major Rakal
    • Card number 0P25.
    • This card was pre-released in the Reflections release in 2004.
    • Skills: Anthropology – Telepathy
    • Game Play: While this personnel is present with a Dissident personnel, she is attributes+1 and gains Intelligence, Leadership and Security.
    • Image Source: Face of the Enemy (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "How typical of the military to resort to brute force when discretion is required."
      • Deanna Troi (as Major Rakal) to Toreth on the bridge of the Romulan warbird about to fire upon the Enterprise-D
  • Sela, Devious Schemer
    • Card number 0P5.
    • This card was pre-released in the Necessary Evil Spring release in 2004.
    • Skills: Intelligence – Leadership – Officer – Security – 2 Treachery
    • Game Play: While an opponent's Security personnel is at this mission, that opponent must discard a card from hand to use that Security.
    • Image Source: Unification, Part II (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "Do not be distressed. Your dream of reunification is not dead. It will simply take a different form – the Romulan conquest of Vulcan."
      • Sela to Ambassador Spock and Pardek in the caves on Romulus
  • Velal, Reluctant Agressor
    • Card number 0P62.
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Skills: Archaeology – Leadership – Officer – Security
    • Commander: Rovaran
    • Game Play: When the player on your right attempts this mission, if you command a Maneuver event, you may draw an extra dilemma and spend one extra in total cost on dilemmas.
    • Image Source: “When It Rains…” (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • Romulan tactician who advocated a more cautious, long-term strategy of containment in dealing with the Dominion.

StarfleetEdit

  • Charles Tucker III, "Trip"
    • Card number 0D17.
    • This card was pre-released in the To Boldly Go release in 2006.
    • Skills: Engineer – Honor – Officer – Programming
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma, he gains Leadership and Security.
    • Image Source: Broken Bow (Star Trek: Enterprise)
    • "I've only been to one inhabited planet besides Earth… nothing there but dust-dwelling ticks."
      • Charles "Trip" Tucker to Travis Mayweather in the Jefferies tube

ShipEdit

BajoranEdit

  • Baraka
    • Card number 0P63
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Game Play: Order - Lose 5 points to make this ship Range +10 until the end of this turn.
    • Image Source: Explorers (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "According to legend, the ancient Bajorans used ships like these to explore their star system 800 years ago. ... Some scholars say they made it all the way to Cardassia. "
      • Captain Benjamin Sisko to Jake Sisko in his quarters

BorgEdit

  • Queen's Borg Cube
    • Card number 0P64
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Game Play: The player may use a card which begins an engagement to begin one involving this ship even if it is at a headquarters mission.
    • Image Source: Star Trek: First Contact
    • "It's on a direct course for Earth. It will cross the Federation border in less than an hour."
      • Captain Jean-Luc Picard to William T. Riker in the Enterprise-E observation lounge

CardassianEdit

  • Naprem
    • Card number 0P65
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Game Play: While this ship is at an opponent's planet mission, if the player's personnel are on that planet, he or she is an Infiltrator.
    • Image Source: Return to Grace (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "Quite a prize we've taken. The first Klingon bird-of-prey ever to be captured by Cardassia."
      • Gul Dukat to Kira Nerys on the Klingon ship's bridge

DominionEdit

  • USS Defiant, Commandeered Warship
    • Card number 0P66
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Game Play: To staff this ship, the player must have an Engineer personnel aboard. If the player wishes, and if the ship is staffed and at the player's mission, the player may stop the ship to take two overcome dilemmas from beneath that mission and place them face up beneath the player's Alpha Quadrant mission.
    • Image Source: One Little Ship (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • "The bridge officers are confined in the mess hall; other survivors in the cargo bay."
      • Ixtana'Rax to Kudak'Etan on the bridge of the U.S.S. Defiant

FederationEdit

  • USS Enterprise-D, Personal Flagship
    • Card number 0D18.
    • This card was give as a prize in the DGMA World Championship in 2005.
    • Game Play: Cloaking Device. When you complete a mission requiring Honor or Leadership, if this ship is at that mission, score 5 points (or score 10 points if that mission requires both).
    • Image Source: All Good Things… (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "They were going to decommission her about five years ago… but one nice thing about being an admiral is getting to choose your own ship."
      • Admiral William T. Riker to Geordi La Forge in Ten Forward of the Future Enterprise-D
  • USS Enterprise-D, Explorer
    • Card number 0P67
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Game Play: When the player completes a space mission requiring Diplomacy, if this ship is at that mission, the player scores 10 points.
    • Image Source: Encounter at Farpoint (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "I'm sure most missions will be much more interesting."
      • Captain Jean-Luc Picard to William T. Riker on the bridge of the U.S.S. Enterprise-D
  • USS Sutherland
    • Card number 0P68
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Game Play: When the player fails a mission attempt at a space mission, if this ship is at that mission, the player may discard three cards from their hand to place the top card of an opponent's dilemma pile face up beneath this mission. If the player does this, the player cannot attempt this mission again this turn.
    • Image Source: Redemption: Part Two (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • Part of the fleet that blockaded the Romulan border during the Klingon civil war.

Klingon Edit

  • IKS Bortas
    • Card number 0P69
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Game Play: When the player wins an engagement involving this ship, the player may discard a card from hand to download (search through their draw deck) a Maneuver card.
    • Image Source: Redemption: Part One (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • Gowron's flagship at the time of his installation as leader of the Klingon Empire.

Non-Aligned Edit

  • Fortune, Raider for Hire
    • Card number 0P70
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Game Play: While the players personnel with Treachery is aboard this ship, he or she adds 1 to their attributes for each Artifact card the player commands up to +3.
    • Image Source: Gambit: Part Two (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
    • "... mercenary ship began raiding archaeological sites across the quadrant."
      • Arctus Baran to William T. Riker in Baran's quarters

Romulan Edit

  • IRW Rovaran
    • Card number 0P71
    • This card was part of the Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint set issued in 2005. There is no ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the card.
    • Game Play: When the player wins an engagement involving this ship, the player may examine the loser's hand and choose a card to be removed from the game. If the player wishes they may discard a Maneuver card from hand to begin an engagement involving this ship.
    • Image Source: What You Leave Behind (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
    • Flagship of the Romulan forces during the final battles of the Dominion War.

TableEdit

Type and AffiliationTitleSourceCard #
Dilemma Harsh Conditions DGMA Premier Series Qualifier / 2006 Regional Participation 102 0D1
Dilemma Timescape Tournament Prize Support 103 0D2
Dilemma Agonizing Encounter (Version A) DGMA World Championships (2005) 105 0D19
Dilemma Agonizing Encounter (version B) DGMA Premier Series – Essen 105 0D19
Dilemma Guess Who's Coming to Dinner DGMA World Championships (2006) 105 0D20
Dilemma Tragic Turn (Version A) DGMA Premier Series Qualifier (2007) 105 0D21
Dilemma Tragic Turn (Version B) The Continuing Committee's 2008 Regionals Winner (2008) 105 0D21
Dilemma Skeleton Crew Territorial Open Championship (2007) 106 0P34
Dilemma No Kill I dAgent Exclusive (2007) 107 0P81
Dilemma Chula: The Dice dAgent Exclusive (2007) 108 0P83
Event Rule of Acquisition #144 Tournament Prize Support 109 0D3
Event Getting Under Your Skin DGMA World Championships (2007) 111 0D22
Event In the Pah-wraith's Wake Rewards Store Card 111 0P24
Event In the Pah-wraith's Wake Rewards Store Card 111 0P32
Event The Edge of Forever Captain's Log Pre-Order Fall (2006) 112 0P32
Event Party Atmosphere TOC Card (2006) / Rewards Store Card 113 0P33
Event Unexpected Difficulties Decipher Store 114 0P33
Event Abduction DGMA World Championships (2007) 111 0P35
Event Desperate Sacrifice DGMA World Championships (2007) 111 0P36
Event Mission Accomplished DGMA World Championships (2007) 111 0P37
Event Destiny Reset World Championships (2007) 136 0P80
Mission Collapse Anti-time Anomaly STCCG League Prize Card 115 0D8
Mission Explore Black Cluster STCCG League Prize Card 116 0D9
Mission Feldomite Rush STCCG League Prize Card 117 0D10
Mission Investigate Maquis Activity STCCG League Prize Card 118 0D11
Mission Investigate Massacre STCCG League Prize Card 119 0D12
Mission Kressari Rendezvous STCCG League Prize Card 121 0D13
Mission Athos IV, Maquis Base ST2E FOIL Headquarters Missions (Decipher Store) 122 0P41
Mission Bajor, Gift of the Prophets ST2E FOIL Headquarters Missions (Decipher Store) 123 0P42
Mission Cardassia Prime, Hardscrabble World ST2E FOIL Headquarters Missions (Decipher Store) 124 0P43
Mission Earth, Cradle of the Federation ST2E FOIL Headquarters Missions (Decipher Store) 125 0P44
Mission Earth, Home of Starfleet Command ST2E FOIL Headquarters Missions (Decipher Store) 126 0P45
Mission Earth, Humanity's Home ST2E FOIL Headquarters Missions (Decipher Store) 127 0P46
Mission Ferenginar, Financial Hub ST2E FOIL Headquarters Missions (Decipher Store) 128 0P47
Mission Founder's Homeworld, Home of the Great Link ST2E FOIL Headquarters Missions (Decipher Store) 129 0P48
Mission Mouth of the Wormhole, Deep Space 9 ST2E FOIL Headquarters Missions (Decipher Store) 131 0P49
Mission Mouth of the Wormhole, Terok Nor ST2E FOIL Headquarters Missions (Decipher Store) 132 0P50
Mission Qo'noS, Heart of the Empire ST2E FOIL Headquarters Missions (Decipher Store) 133 0P51
Mission Romulus, Seat of Power ST2E FOIL Headquarters Missions (Decipher Store) 134 0P52
Mission Unicomplex, Root of the Hive Mind ST2E FOIL Headquarters Missions (Decipher Store) 135 0P53
Mission Amnesty Talks World Championships (2007) 136 0P75
Mission Fissure Research World Championships (2007) 136 0P76
Mission Investigate Alien Probe World Championships (2007) 136 0P77
Mission Protect the Escapees World Championships (2007) 136 0P78
Mission Caretaker's Array Decipher Web Store 136 0P79
Mission Earth, Lush and Beautiful Home World Championships (2007) / TCC Regionals (2007) 136 0P82
Personnel – Bajoran Ro Laren, Maquis Sympathizer Energize Pre-release Tournaments (May 2003) 137 0P1
Personnel – Bajoran Benjamin Susko, Shipwright Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 137 0P54
Personnel – Borg Borg Queen, Bringer of Order DGMA Origins Premier Series (2005) / Decipher Convention (2006) 138 0P27
Personnel – Borg Seven of Nine, Representative of the Hive DecipherCon (2005) 139 0P31
Personnel – Borg Morik DGMA World Championships (2007) 139 0P38
Personnel – Borg Borg Queen, Perfectionist Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 139 0P55
Personnel – Cardassian Elim Garak, Plain, Simple Tailor Retail Incentive (Jul-Aug 2003) 141 0P2
Personnel – Cardassian Dukat, Liberator and Protector Call to Arms Release (Sep 2003) 142 0P3
Personnel – Cardassian Parek, Privileged Legate The Continuing Committee's 2008 Regionals Card (2008) 143 12R50
Personnel – Cardassian Dukat, True Cardassian Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 143 0P56
Personnel – Cardassian Dukat, Military Advisor Tournament Director Exclusive 142 0P72
Personnel – Dominion Kudak’Etan, Arrogant First Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 142 0P57
Personnel – Federation Tasha Yar, Tactical Officer Tournament Prize Support 144 0D4
Personnel – Federation Michael Eddington, Loyal Leader Tournament Prize Support 145 0D6
Personnel – Federation Data, Apsirer DGMA Continental Championship (2005) 146 0D14
Personnel – Federation James T. Kirk, Living Legend DGMA Territorial Open Championship (2005) 147 0D15
Personnel – Federation Worf, First Officer Summer Convention Card (2004) 148 0P24
Personnel – Federation Leonard H. McCoy, Remarkable Man Strange New Worlds Pre-Order Sales Incentive (May 2005) 149 0P26
Personnel – Federation Benjamin Sisko, Man of Resolve Decipher Convention Card (2005) 151 0P28
Personnel – Federation Data, Commanding Officer Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 151 0P58
Personnel – Federation Jean-Luc Picard, Starship Captain DGMA Territorial Open Championship (2004) / Rittenhouse Archives' Quotable TNG Trading Cards Insert (Apr 2005) 152 0P4
Personnel – Federation Jean-Luc Picard, Starship Captain Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 151 0P59
Personnel – Federation Jean-Luc Picard, Explorer dAgent Exclusive (Summer 2007) 152 0P73
Personnel – Ferengi Brunt, FCA Liquidator Strange New Worlds Release Card (May 2005) 153 0D16
Personnel – Ferengi Arridor, "Great Sage" Chairman's Challenge III Top Prize / DGMA World Championships (2007) 153 0D23
Personnel – Klingon Kahless, The Greatest Warrior of Them All Tournament Prize Support 154 0D5
Personnel – Klingon Quark, Son of Keldar To Boldly Go Pre-Order Sales Incentive (Aug 2006) 155 0P30
Personnel – Klingon Worf, The Strongest Heart Retail Incentive (Summer 2006) / Decipher Store 156 0P39
Personnel – Klingon Jadzia Dax, The Second Heart Retail Incentive (Summer 2006) / Decipher Store 157 0P40
Personnel – Klingon Gowron, Leader of the High Council World Championships (2007) 157 0P74
Personnel – Klingon Gowron, Sole Leader of the Empire Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 157 0P60
Personnel – Non-Aligned Palor Toff, Trader Tournament Prize Support 158 0D7
Personnel – Non-Aligned Nel Apgar, Temperamental Researcher World Championships (2007) 159 0D24
Personnel – Non-Aligned Serova, Warp Theorist World Championships (2007) 159 0D25
Personnel – Non-Aligned Togaran World Championships (2007) 159 0D26
Personnel – Non-Aligned Arik Soong, Father of Many Sales Incentive (Fall 2005) 159 0P29
Personnel – Non-Aligned Arctus Baran, Treasure Seeker Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 159 0P61
Personnel – Romulan Deanna Troi, Major Rakal Reflections Release (Fall 2004) 161 0P25
Personnel – Romulan Sela, Devious Schemer Necessary Evil Release Spring (2004) / Rittenhouse Archives' Quotable TNG Trading Cards Insert (Apr 2005) 162 0P5
Personnel – Romulan Velal, Reluctant Aggressor Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 162 0P62
Personnel – Starfleet Charles Tucker III, "Trip" To Boldly Go Release Card (Aug 2006) 163 0D17
Ship – Bajoran Baraka Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 164 0P63
Ship – Borg Queen’s Borg Cube Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 164 0P64
Ship – Cardassian Naprem Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 164 0P65
Ship – Dominion U.S.S. Defiant, Commandeered Warship Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 164 0P66
Ship – Federation USS Enterprise-D, Personal Flagship DGMA World Championship (2005) 164 0D18
Ship – Federation U.S.S. Sutherland Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 164 0P67
Ship – Federation U.S.S. Enterprise-D, Explorer Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 164 0P68
Ship – Klingon I.K.S. Bortas Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 164 0P69
Ship – No-Aligned Fortune, Raider for Hire Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 164 0P70
Ship – Romulan Rovaran Tenth Anniversary Collection reprint (2005) 164 0P71