Star Wars CCG
About
Game/Set: Star Wars CCG

Publisher:

Decipher

Country:

USA

Language:

English, Japanese, Spanish

Star Wars CCG is a CCG published by Decipher in 1995.

The game is based on the Star Wars franchise, created by George Lucas and his company LucasFilm Ltd.

The game is designed by Tom Braunlich, Jerry Darcy, Chuck Kallenbach and Roland L. Tesh.

Card Types[edit | edit source]

  • Admiral's Orders
  • Characters
  • Creatures
  • Defensive Shields
  • Devices
  • Effects
  • Events
  • Interrupts
  • Jedi Tests
  • Locations
  • Missions
  • Objectives
  • Podracers
  • Starships
  • Vehicles
  • Weapons

Rarities[edit | edit source]

  • Commons
  • Promos
  • Rares
  • Starters
  • Super Rares
  • Ultra Rares
  • Uncommons
  • Very Rares
  • X-tra Rares

Expansions[edit | edit source]

# Expansion Year, Date #Cards OTHER
LANGUAGES
1 Premiere Limited 1995 324 ES JP
2 Premiere Unlimited 1995 324
3 Premiere Two-Player Introductory Game 1995 135
4 Rebel Leader Packs 1996 2
5 A New Hope 1996 162 JP
6 The Empire Strikes Back Introductory Two-Player Game 1996 135
7 Hoth 1996 162 JP
8 Dagobah 1996 180
9 Jedi Pack 1996 10
10 First Anthology 1997 6
11 Cloud City 1997 181
12 Jabba's Palace 1998 180
13 Official Tournament Sealed Deck 1998 18
14 Second Anthology 1998 6
15 Revised A New Hope 1998 162
16 Revised Hoth 1998 162
17 Revised Dagobah 1998 180
18 Special Edition 1998 324
19 Enhanced Premiere 1998 6
20 Endor 1999 198
21 Enhanced Cloud City 1999 12
22 Enhanced Jabba's Palace 1999 12
23 Reflections 1999 114 JP
24 Third Anthology 2000 6
25 Death Star II 2000 182
26 Jabba's Palace Sealed Deck 2000 20
27 Reflections II: Expanding the Galaxy 2000 132 JP
28 Tatooine 2001 99
29 Coruscant 2001 189
30 Reflections III: A Collector's Bounty 2001 113
31 Theed Palace 2001 129
? Death Star II Sealed Deck ? 55
- Tournament Foils ? 28
TOTAL NUMBER OF CARDS: 4.639

ES: 324
JP: 648

Cancelled Expansions[edit | edit source]

Despite the release of The Phantom Menace in 1999, Decipher planned to continue to release expansions based on the original trilogy. This decision was changed following the success of the Death Star II expansion and urging from both fans and LucasFilm. Three expansions and one mini-expansion were planned for release through to the end of their license agreement with LucasFilm at the end of 2001.

# Expansion Year, Date #Cards
32 Shadows of the Empire August 2000 20
33 Skywalkers November 2000 ?
34 Jedi Masters February 2001 ?
35 Scoundrels September 2001 ?
36 Reflections Gold December 2001 310

Virtual Expansions[edit | edit source]

Since Decipher cancelled the Star Wars CCG in 2001, the Star Wars CCG Player Committee created new virtual cards in 2005.

# Expansion Year, Date #Cards
1 Virtual Block 1 - A New Hope 2005 175
2 Virtual Block 2 - The Empire Strikes Back ? 170
3 Virtual Block 3 - Return of the Jedi ? 118
4 Virtual Block 4 - Expanded Universe ? 115
5 Virtual Block 5 - The Old Republic ? 97
6 Virtual Block 6 - Reflections IV ? 157
7 Virtual Block 7 - Darkness Rising ? 144
8 Virtual Block 8 - Scoundrels ? 110
9 Virtual Block 9 - Sanctuary Moon ? 75
10 Virtual Shields - Defensive Shields ? 36
11 Set 0 ? 145
12 Set 1 ? 41
13 Set 2 ? 15
14 Set 3 ? 34
TOTAL NUMBER OF CARDS: 1,432

NOTE: The Virtual Master set, listed on www.www.starwarsccg.org lists all cards in the Virtual Block sets and Virtual Shields set.

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