|Star Trek CCG 2nd Edition|
|Game/Set:||Star Trek CCG 2nd Edition|
2002 - present
Star Trek CCG 2nd Edition is a Collectible Card Game based on the TV series Star Trek. It is published by Decipher from 2002 - 2007 and The Continuing Committee since 2008. It is designed by Brad Defruiter and Evan Lorentz.
This game is a reinvention of the original Star Trek CCG. One major difference is the addition of a cost system to equipment, events, personnel, and ships. A card's cost is listed in the top left-hand corner of a card, directly preceding the card's title as a single digit number (currently anywhere from 0 to 9). A player receives seven 'counters' at the beginning of each turn; to play a card, the player must spend a number of counters equal to the cost of the card. Only interrupts (of the card types in a player's deck) do not have a cost and are treated as 0-cost.
Another major change in the gameplay of Second Edition is the new method of handling dilemmas. Instead of using First Edition's lengthy procedure of a 'seed phase', which could last upwards of 15 minutes, Second Edition employs an 'on-the-fly' method for constructing dilemma combinations. While First Edition attempts to sometimes literally represent instances from the Star Trek universe in the game, Second Edition focuses more on a consistency of gameplay as a priority over design consideration with regard to remaining faithful to the source material. Effects on cards sometimes lack the "Trek sense" that First Edition cards contain and can be purely conceptual, but are generally much more equitable when compared with other similarly costed effects.
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Rarities[edit | edit source]
Decipher era Expansions[edit | edit source]
|ICON||#||EXPANSION||YEAR, DATE||# CARDS|
|-||-||Physical Errata Cards||2002-present||143|
|1||Second Edition||2002, 18 February||441|
|2||Energize||2003, 21 May||181|
|3||Call to Arms||2003, 10 September||208|
|4||Necessary Evil||2004, 17 March||198|
|-||Tenth Anniversary Collection||2004, 3 May||36|
|5||Fractured Time||2004, 13 October||40|
|6||Reflections 2.0||2004, 8 December||121|
|-||Archive Portrait||2005, 12 May - 2007, 25 June||12|
|Archive||2005, 12 May - 2007, 14 December||108|
|7||Strange New Worlds||2005, 13 May||120|
|8||To Boldly Go||2006, 18 August||120|
|-||-||Adversaries Anthology||2006, 26 August||18|
|9||Dangerous Missions||2006, 1 September||19|
|10||Captain's Log||2006, 27 October||120|
|11||Genesis||2006, 13 November
|12||These Are The Voyages||2007, 13 March||122|
|13||In a Mirror, Darkly||2007, 25 June||122|
|14||What You Leave Behind||2007, 14 December||122|
|-||TOTAL NUMBER OF CARDS:||2,366|
NOTES: The total for Promos (Star Trek CCG 2E) only indicates card promos issued for special events. Promo cards released as expansion sets (Tenth Anniversary Collection, Fractured Time, Reflections 2.0, Headquarters Missions and Genesis (1st print and 2007 reprint)) are listed separately.
The Archive Foil cards are not part of the card totals for Strange New Worlds, To Boldly Go, Captain's Log, These Are The Voyages, In a Mirror, Darkly, and What You Leave Behind but are included with Archive.
The Archive Portrait cards are not part of the card totals for Strange New Worlds, To Boldly Go, Adversaries Anthology, Captain's Log, These Are The Voyages, and In a Mirror, Darkly but are included with Archive Portrait.
The Continuing Committee era Virtual Expansions[edit | edit source]
On 5 December 2007, Decipher announced that it would no longer be releasing new sets or officially supporting the game. A group of players came together and began work on The Continuing Committee (TCC). The name itself comes from the Romulan Continuing Committee, introduced in Deep Space 9, as the name was appropriate for the non-profit work being proposed. Since then, most of the game's faithful community has moved its activities to the new site and work has gone into producing "virtual sets" of cards to provide continuous new blood to the game.
The Continuing Committee continues the numbering sequence for its virtual expansion sets.
|-||-||Virtual Errata Cards||2008-present||104|
|-||Virtual Archive Portrait||2009-2017||5|
|15||The Undiscovered Country||2008, 9 May||45|
|16||Favor the Bold||2008, 15 August||45|
|17||Raise the Stakes||2009, 23 January||90|
|18||This Side of Paradise||2009, 14 August||45|
|19||Legacy||2009, 16 November||15|
|20||Allegiance||2009, 25 December||45|
|21||Infinite Diversity||2010, 23 April||20|
|22||Peak Performance||2010, 3 September||54|
|23||Extreme Measures||2011, 4 February||54|
|-||-||Living Witness||2011, 1 April||2|
|24||Tacking Into the Wind||2011, 5 August||54|
|25||Unity||2011, 23 November||54|
|26||Lineage||2012, 29 June||54|
|27||Tapestry||2012, 21 September||18|
|28||Matter of Time||2013, 22 February||54|
|29||Unnatural Selection||2013, 16 August||54|
|30||Return to Grace||2014, 14 March||54|
|31||Balance of Terror||2014, 12 September||45|
|32||20th Anniversary Collection||2014, 28 November||18|
|33||Strange Bedfellows||2015, 10 April||45|
|34||Lower Decks||2015, 3 July||42|
|35||Face of the Enemy||2015, 13 November||45|
|36||A Time to Stand||2016, 22 April||45|
|37||Infinite Diversity: Remastered||2016, 27 May||21|
|38||Hard Time||2016, 9 September||45|
|39||Star Trek 50: Second Edition||2016, 30 September||18|
|40||Zero Hour||2017, 2 June||45|
|41||The Nth Degree||2017, 20 October||27|
|42||Dead Stop||2017, 31 October||9|
|43||Symbiosis||2018, 23 March||27|
|44||Far Beyond the Stars||2018, 25 May||18|
|45||Warp Pack: Access Denied||2018, 30 July||9|
|46||Shattered Mirror||2018, 7 December||36|
|47||Qpid||2019, 14 February||9|
|48||A Less Perfect Union||2019, 24 May||26|
|49||Sacrifice of Angels||2019, 4 October||54|
|-||Inheritance||2019, 27 December||27|
|50||The Omega Directive||2020, 17 April||18|
|51||All Our Yesterdays||2020, 28 August||25|
|52||Apocalypse Rising||2020, 13 November||27|
|54||Move Along Home||2021, 1 January||25|
|53||Shore Leave||2021, 8 January||25|
|TOTAL NUMBER OF CARDS:||1,912|
Although included in the total card count, the two cards from Living Witness are not playable as they were released as an April Fool's joke.
The Inheritance expansion set is an unnumbered set issued with the numbering sequence as part of the Virtual Promos set, thus it has no set number assigned. The card total for Virtual Promos does not include the card total for Inheritance.