The card game was not an expansion, it was a game. Although these cards could be used in the game, they could also be used in the STCCG competitions. These cards were an actual part of the The Trouble With Tribbles expansion and should not be separated.
Interesting card. It doesn't exist. Decipher only generated a computer image of it.
How to describe this in the list?Physical card was released as 0P33 - the number was duplicated with Unexpected Difficulties
The word "(expansion)" was agreed upon, after Decipher startet 2nd Edition with cards with the same title as an expansion.
The work you did on the Second Edition page is great, but I want to suggest to add the column with the Starter Decks as the last column. Or you can create another chapter with a different table for these cards found in starters.
I came across the same thing in C2A. There were only 14 cards which were unique (reprint without the symbol ❶ at the end of the copyright line [I added "Salvaging the Wreckage" which was missing]. The other 45 were reissues of original card (identical card).
Also, the four Headquarters cards came from the Energize expansion.
I've been busy and hope to make the changes to the layout of the tables soon.
John... I found the issue. I had added the site to my trusted sites in window's Tools|Internet Options|Security. After that it always asked if I wanted to allow the site to access a trusted site before opening the page, defeating the script to use the profile for login. I removed the site from trusted and now I have regained my profile and the edits are being credited automatically. I did not have to do anything else to correct the issue.
I have been correcting the links and also incorrectly assumed the GIF file was to be separated with a RETURN. I will now keep it at the end of the first section of Line 1 and make sure there are two RETURNs before Info Box. Hope I am getting this right. (Can't seem to get it to only print text on the wall. Do an edit to see the text OK?) Robert
Originally printed in the Warp Pack in 2005, it was included within the Introductory Two Player Game package in 2007.
However, it was never listed as part of the I2PG. All of the I2PG release information has only eleven missions. This card would make the twelfth mission.
I do not know enough to delete (edit) a card entirely from a release, including all the wiki links.
Secondly, the wikilinks will be used by players for finding a certain card more easily. However, it works not perfectly yet.
But on topic: You are right, that it is the same card, but a collector who want to see if his set is complete, want to see this card in the lists. I think the best thing to do is: remove the card link in the 2 Player Game page, but leave it in the list; write on that page that this card is the same from the Warp Pack and edit the navigational arrows so that this page will be skipped.
remove the card link in the 2 Player Game page - DONE
edit the navigational arrows so that this page will be skipped - DONE
Edit card to reflect it was included with the I2PG as an extra but it is actually part of the Warp Pack release - DONE
Ignore the Wikilinkks - DONE
You have indicated that there are 112 cards for this expansion/set. This is the total number of cards in the box, which includes multiple versions of some cards. However, there are only 57 unique playable cards (excluding multiple versions) plus 4 non-playable reference cards.
My question: Should the card count for this set be changed to 57 to reflect the number of unique playable cards?