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Publisher: Decipher
Released: May 2005 - December 2007
Card size: 2½ x 3½
No. of cards: 285 (base set)

The Archive Cards are both Portrait cards and regular foil cards that have been released in previous expansions of the Second Edition of the Star Trek Customizable Card Game. Starting with Strange New Worlds, expansions began showcasing several rare cards, giving them a foil treatment. A smaller number of cards were given the "portrait" treatment, scaling down the game play information in favor of a larger picture. Following is a regular list of the cards, sorted by their card type. After the list is a sortable table.

DilemmasEdit

  • An Issue of Trust
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: Unless the player has personnel with either the skill of Honor or the skill of Treachery, all of the player's personnel are stopped. If the player has two or more personnel who have the skills of Honor or Treachery, they randomly select all but one of those personnel to be stopped. Card number 10A1
    • Image Source: Captain Jean-Luc Picard pours Shinzon a drink on Romulus in Star Trek Nemesis.
    • "You don't trust me."
    • "I have no reason to."
      • Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Shinzon
  • Armed Search Party
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: The player randomly selects three personnel. Unless their combined Strength is greater than 17 or if they have a non-Hand Weapon equipment card, the player randomly selects one personnel for each headquarters mission they command to be placed in their opponent's brig. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 10A2.
    • Image Source: Captains James T. Kirk, Spock and Dr. Leonard McCoy weighed down by marsh melons on Spock's levitation boots in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier.
    • "Captain, please come back down here."
  • Cardassian Processing
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: Unless the player has personnel with the skills of Diplomacy, Honor, and Transporters or Law, Security, and Strength greater than thirty, they randomly select a personnel to be stopped. If the opponent on the player's right commands Cardassia Prime, the stopped personnel is placed in the opponent's brig instead. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 8A1.
    • Image Source: Chief Miles O'Brien has a retinal scan done at the hands of Cardassian soldiers in DS9: "Tribunal".
    • "It is standard procedure for the Cardassians to use torture in their interrogations."
  • Chula: The Dice
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: Unless the player has a personnel with Integrity greater than six, a second personnel with Cunning greater than six, and a third personnel with Strength greater than six, all of the player's personnel are stopped. Card number 13A1.
    • Image Source: Three dice on a Chula board in DS9: "Move Along Home".
    • "Roll! Roll? But you haven't even told me the rules yet!"
  • Code of Honor
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: The player randomly selects two personnel. Those personnel cannot use their skills while facing this dilemma. Unless the player has personnel with the skills of Anthropology, Diplomacy, and Honor or Law, Security, and Strength greater than thirty-five, all of the player's personnel are stopped. Card number 7A1.
    • Image Source: Lieutenant Natasha Yar and Yareena in combat with glavins in TNG: "Code of Honor".
    • "If your conduct toward is worthy, if you respect our customs, and if we see this respect, we will become friends."
  • No Kill I
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: The player's opponent places the top three cards of his or her dilemma pile face up beneath the missions. All of the player's personnel are stopped. Card number 12A1.
    • Image Source: A mother Horta in TOS: "The Devil in the Dark".
    • "This creature here is the mother of her race."
    • "The Horta is intelligent, peaceful, mild. She has 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.
  • Outclassed
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: Unless the player has a ship with Range or Weapons greater than eight, all of their personnel are stopped. Card number 8A2.
    • Image Source: The Delta Flyer trapped aboard a Borg cube in VOY: "Collective".
    • "Looks like they used a dispersal field to mask their approach."
  • Paranoid Escape
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: This dilemma is placed on the mission. The player randomly selects a personnel to be removed from the game. The player cannot play cards that have the same title as that personnel. When the player completes this mission, the removed personnel is placed in his or her owner's hand and this dilemma is overcome. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13A2
    • Image Source: Dr. Leonard McCoy disappearing through the Guardian of Forever in TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever".
    • "So whatever's down there, McCoy's in the heart of it."
      • Captain James T. Kirk
  • Proximity-Actuated Field
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: Unless the player has personnel with the skills of Biology and 2 Security or 2 Physics and Cunning greater than thirty-five, they randomly select a personnel to be stopped. The player's opponent may move up to two dilemmas from beneath one of the player's missions to another of their non-headquarters missions. Card number 7A2.
    • Image Source: Lieutenant Commander Data being thrown back by Kivas Fajo's force field in TNG: "The Most Toys".
    • "I wouldn't try that again. ... Not good for your brainpaths in the long term."
      • Kivas Fajo
  • Psychokinetic Control
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: This dilemma is place on the mission. Each personnel at this mission loses each skill he or she has gained. Each personnel cannot gains skills. Each personnel cannot increase his or her attributes. At the end of the mission attempt, this dilemma is overcome. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 12A2.
    • Image Source: Captain Kirk and Lieutenant Uhura being controlled by Parmen in TOS: "Plato's Stepchildren".
    • "Uncontrolled power will turn even saints into savages. And we can all be counted on to live down to our lowest impulses."
  • Stripped Down
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion and was reprinted with the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Portrait card.
    • Game Play: The player's opponent moves up to two dilemmas from beneath the mission to another of the player's non-headquarters missions. Card number 0AP11.
    • Image Source: Ensign Hoshi Sato, shirtless, in ENT: "Shockwave, Part II".
    • "I don't want to hear it. Just get me a shirt."
      • Ensign Hoshi Sato
  • Swashbuckler at Heart
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: The player reveals their hand and places each interrupt revealed this way on top of their deck in any order. The player's opponent draws up to two cards. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 12A3.
    • Image Source: Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu with a fencing blade under the influence of the polywater intoxication in TOS: "The Naked Time".
    • " Sir, Level Two, Corridor Three reports a disturbance. Mister Sulu chasing crewmen... with a sword."
      • Lieutenant Uhura
  • The Clown: Guillotine
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: The player's opponent places the top three cards of his or her dilemma pile face up beneath this mission. They then name a skill. The player randomly selects a personnel with that skill. Unless that personnel has an attribute greater than six, the player randomly selects a second personnel with that skill. Each selected personnel is killed and this dilemma returns to its owner's dilemma pile. Card number 14A1.
    • Image Source: A pink guillotine in The Clown's neural network creation in VOY: "The Thaw".
    • "You're next! You're next!
      • The Clown
  • The Dal'Rok
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: Unless the player's personnel have a total cost greater than seventeen, for each headquarters mission that the player commands, they randomly select a personnel to be killed and this dilemma returns to its owner's dilemma pile. Card number 13A3.
    • Image Source: The Dal'Rok above Faren Kag's village on Bajor in DS9: "The Storyteller".
    • "Many years ago, this village was deeply divided by hate and mistrust. The first Sirah knew that unless he could find a way to unite the people, the village would destroy itself. So he used the Orb fragment as a catalyst to give their fears a physical form."
      • The Sirah
  • Thermokinetic Explosion
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: Unless the player has personnel with the skills of Astrometrics, Navigation, and a total Cunning greater than 30 or total ship's attributes greater than 21, this dilemma is placed on the player's ship and all of the player's personnel are stopped. While on a ship, at the start of each of the player's turns, they choose an opponent. That opponent may search their draw deck for a Damage card and place it on the ship. Card number 10A3.
    • Image Source: Enterprise is struck by a Romulan mine in ENT: "Minefield".
    • "Captain, something just struck the ship!"
  • Vian Test
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: The player chooses a personnel to place in their opponent's brig. If that personnel is non-unique, the player's opponent draws up to three cards. Card number 12A4.
    • Image Source: Lal and Thann in TOS: "The Empath".
    • "We must wait to see whether her instict for self-sacrifice has become stronger than her instict for self-preservation."
      • Lal
  • Where No One Has Gone Before
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: Unless the player has personnel with Astrometrics, Navigation, Physics, and Cunning greater than 34 or Exobiology, Leadership, Medical, and Integrity greater than 32, they place this dilemma in the main play area and place their ship on this dilemma. At the end of the player's turn, they remove this dilemma from the game and place the ship at their headquarters mission. Card number 7A3.
    • Image Source: The USS Enterprise-D in the M-33 Galaxy in TNG: "Where No One Has Gone Before".
    • "... over a billion light years from our galaxy."
      • Captain Jean-Luc Picard
  • Zero Hour
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: The player's opponent places the top card of his or her dilemma pile face up beneath this mission. This dilemma is placed on the mission. Each attribute requirement for the mission is increased by three for each event in the player's main area. At the end of the turn, this dilemma is returned to its owner's dilemma pile. Card number 8A3.
    • Image Source: Captain Jonathan Archer running throw explosions on the Xindi superweapon in ENT: "Zero Hour".
    • "We didn't come here to disable this weapon. We came here to destroy it."
      • Captain Jonathan Archer

EventsEdit

  • A Sight for Sore Eyes
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command three Starfleet affiliation personnel. This card plays in the main area. At the start of each of the player's turns, they score five points. At the end of each of the player's turns, if they have at least five points, they lose five points. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 10A4.
    • Image Source: Earth seen from orbit.
    • "I'm sure I speak on behalf of my entire crew when I say... It's good to be home!"
      • Captain Jonathan Archer
  • Clarity
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command two Founders. This card plays in the main area. When the player's dilemma with the keyword of Consume places any number of dilemmas beneath an opponent's mission, the player may discard this event to choose one of those dilemmas and return it to their dilemma pile. Card number 14A2.
    • Image Source: The Female Changeling and Odo link in DS9: "Behind the Lines".
    • "One day, the Link will be all you need. And that day is coming soon."
      • Female Changeling
  • Dark Pursuit
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command three Romulan affiliation personnel. This card plays in the main area. When the opponent on the player's right has their personnel begin a mission attempt, the player may draw one extra dilemma for each Pursuit card they command. Card number 10A5.
    • Image Source: The USS Enterprise-E entering the Bassen Rift seen from the Scimitar's viewscreen in Star Trek Nemesis.
    • "Can you learn to see in the dark, Captain?"
      • Shinzon
  • Distracting Exhibition
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: This card plays in the main area. When this event is played, the player names a skill. When an opponent's personnel are facing the player's dilemma, if he or she uses that skill, the player takes a dilemma from beneath an opponent's completed mission and places it on top of their dilemma pile. This may be done only once each mission attempt. Card number 8A4.
    • Image Source: A blue female dancer on Rigel X eating a butterfly in ENT: "Broken Bow".
    • "... you'll encounter numerous other species."
  • Exceed Engine Output
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: This card plays in the main area. The player may move their ship with their Engineer aboard to a space mission, then place this event on that ship. While on a ship, its Weapons and Shields are reduced by two each. Card number 7A4.
    • Image Source: A D'deridex-class ship and the USS Enterprise-D near Beta Stromgren in TNG: "Tin Man".
    • "The warbird exceeded maximum engine output by nearly thirty percent. They appear to have suffered irreparable damage to their warp coils."
      • Lieutenant Commander Data
  • Ghost Stories
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: This card plays in the main area. When this event is played, the player names a non-dual (i.e. either a space or a planet, but not a combination) dilemma. The player's copies of that dilemma gain the Persistent keyword, meaning that when the player's personnel completes a mission, the dilemma owner may discard a non-personnel card from hand to return the dilemma to his or her dilemma pile. Card number 14A3.
    • Image Source: Neelix telling Rebi, Azan, Icheb, and Mezoti a ghost story in VOY: "The Haunting of Deck Twelve".
    • "Gather round, but I'm warning you: this is not a tale fo the faint of heart."
      • Neelix
  • Latinum Storage
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command three Ferengi affiliation personnel. This card plays in the main area. During the player's "Discard Excess Cards" segment of play, they may keep one additional card in their hand for each different "Rule" card they command. Card number 8A5.
    • Image Source: Odo opening a latinum storage pod with Quark and his 1,000 bricks of "worthless" gold in DS9: "Who Mourns for Morn?".
    • "It's mine... all mine!"
      • Quark
  • Reman Subterfuge
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command three Romulan affiliation personnel. This card plays in the main area. At the start of each opponent's "Execute Order" segment of play, that player must discard a card from hand. Card number 8A6.
    • Image Source: The Reman Viceroy in a Jefferies tube aboard the USS Enterprise-E in Star Trek Nemesis.
    • As dwellers in shadow and front-line fighters in the Dominion War, Remans are well accustomed to guerilla tactics.
  • Remarkable Regeneration
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command three Starfleet affiliation personnel. This card plays in the main area. While an opponent has more points than the player, the player may subtract one from each dilemma of theirs that has the keyword of Consume. Card number 8A7.
    • Image Source: Malcolm Reed having his leg healed by a protoplaser in ENT: "Dead Stop".
    • "Your cells are regenerating at an exponential rate. Do you see, it was using a cytokinetic enzyme to stimulate the cell division."
  • Strafing Fire
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command two Maquis sub-affiliation ships. The player may discard an event in an opponent's main area. The player may then search that opponent's hand and deck and place each copy of the discarded event in its owner's discard pile. That opponent shuffles and replaces his or her deck. This event is discarded. Card number 8A8.
    • Image Source: Three Maquis raiders attacking a Galor-class in TNG: "Preemptive Strike".
    • "The Cardassian ship relayed a distress signal, but it was cut off before they could tell us what was wrong."
  • Temporal Flux Energy Ribbon
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: This card plays on a mission. At the start of each player's turn, that player removes a personnel he or she commands at this mission from the game and moves this event to a different mission. When this event is placed on a headquarters mission, it is removed from the game. Card number 13A4.
    • Image Source: The Nexus traveling through space in Star Trek Generations.
    • "It was like... being inside joy. As if joy were something tangible, and you could wrap yourself up in it like a blanket."
  • Temporal Incursion
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: This card plays in the main area. When the opponent on the player's right begins a mission attempt, the player may flip their dilemma pile over to draw an extra dilemma. (Cards that were face up on the bottom of the dilemma pile become face down on the top.) Card number 7A5.
    • Image Source: The Krenim weapon ship fires on a Zahl colony in VOY: "Year of Hell".
    • "This vessel is more than a weapon. It's a museum of lost histories."
  • The Long Journey Home
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command three Voyager resident personnel. This card plays on the player's Caretaker's Array. When the player commands four completed Delta Quadrant space mission and have 100 or more points, they win the game. Card number 10A6.
    • Image Source: USS Voyager at warp.
    • "Mr. Paris, set a course for home."
  • USS Enterprise-J
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: This card plays in the main area. Each of the player's personnel that are at a mission that is worth forty or more points increases their attributes by one. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 14A4.
    • Image Source: A viewscreen showing the USS Enterprise-J in ENT: "Azati Prime".
    • "You're on Enterprise. Enterprise-J to be exact, a distant relative of your ship. We're four hundred years in the future. ... I've brought you a monumental moment in history, the battle of Procyon Five, where the Federation engaged the Sphere Builders. ... You are the only one who can convince them of what I have told you. It is crucial to history that you do not sacrifice yourself."

InterruptsEdit

  • Ascertain
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When the player's Drone is facing a dilemma, they may discard a card from hand and stop that Drone to replace all levels of any one skill in that dilemma's requirements with 2 Programming. Card number 7A6.
    • Image Source: A Borg drone examines a console in Engineering on the USS Enterprise-D in TNG: "Q Who".
    • "... the initial encounter was solely for the purpose of gathering information."
      • Lieutenant Commander Data
  • Temporal Delineation
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When the player is about to draw dilemmas, their dilemma pile is shuffled. If the player commands a Past or Future resident personnel, they may also spend one extra in total cost on dilemmas. Card number 8A9.
    • Image Source: Daniels and Captain Archer in the Temporal observatory in ENT: "Cold Front".
    • "When time travel was first developed, it wasn't long before people realized that laws had to be made."
      • Daniels
  • Warp Speed Transfer
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the player's personnel aboard a ship are facing a dilemma, they may move their staffed ship to that mission from a different mission and place one of their personnel aboard the ship attempting the mission. That personnel joins the mission attempt. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 10A7.
    • Image Source: Enterprise and Columbia NX-02 merge their warp fields to facilitate the transfer of Commander Tucker in ENT: "Divergence".
    • "Has anyone ever done this before?"
      • Commander Charles Tucker III

PersonnelEdit

BorgEdit

  • Borg Queen, The One Who is Many
    • This card originated from the "Adversaries Anthology" expansion and was reprinted with the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Portrait card.
    • Image Source: The Borg Queen's head and shoulders descend into her torso in Star Trek: First Contact. Card number 0AP3.
    • "... we evolved to include the synthetic."
      • Borg Queen
  • Data, Tempted by Flesh
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: At the start of each of the player's turns, they may return this personnel to their hand. If they do not, this personnel is removed from the game. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 14A5.
    • Image Source: Data, with flesh grafted onto his face, in Star Trek: First Contact.
    • "He will make an excellent drone."
      • Data
  • First, Unstable
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, the player may discard a random card from hand to search their draw deck for an event. Card number 8A10.
    • Image Source: First, aboard a Borg cube, in VOY: "Collective".
    • "No more deceptions!"
      • First
  • Second, Neonatal Drone
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When the player's unique Borg present is about to be stopped, the player may discard a random card from hand and stop this personnel to prevent that. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 10A8.
    • Image Source: Icheb as a Borg drone in VOY: "Collective".
    • Task: Irrelevant. Drone abandoned by the Collective after its ship was disabled by an unknown pathogen.

CardassianEdit

  • Elim Garak, Crafty Underling
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands a personnel with the skill of Treachery, this personnel's cost is reduced by one. While this personnel is attempting a mission, the player may discard an Alternate Universe resident card from hand to make him gain a skill of the player's choice until the end of that mission attempt. Card number 13A5.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Elim Garak, in chains aboard the Regent's flagship, in DS9: "The Emperor's New Cloak".
    • "I thought we'd agreed that it was the Intendant who was incompetent. I was merely following her orders."
      • Gul Elim Garak
  • Tekeny Ghemor, Prominent Official
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, the player discards a card from hand. When this personnel is about to be stopped by a dilemma, the player may stop their personnel with the keyword of Dissident that is present instead. Card number 7A7.
    • Image Source: Legate Tekeny Ghemor in his home on Cardassia Prime in DS9: "Second Skin".
    • "People like Ari are the real heros. My position protects me. The risk is theirs."
      • Legate Tekeny Ghemor
  • Thrax, Chief of Security
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When the player plays a card with the keyword of Punishment, they may draw a card. Card number 8A11.
    • Image Source: Thrax, as seen in Odo's telepathic reality, in DS9: "Things Past".
    • "This investigation is over. Your case is going before a special tribunal this afternoon. You will be informed of the sentence just before it meets."
      • Thrax

DominionEdit

  • Gor, Thot
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, the player names the numbers one, two, or three. Until the start of the player's next turn, each player cannot play cards that have a cost equal to the named number. Card number 13A6.
    • Image Source: Thot Gor seen in DS9: "Penumbra".
    • Obscured in mystery, the Breen have been found to be one of the most unknown and underestimated races in the Alpha Quadrant.
  • Odo, The Great Link's Savior
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel is about to be killed or stopped by a dilemma, the player may have each opponent score five points to prevent that. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 14A6.
    • Image Source: Odo, about to join the Great Link, in DS9: "What You Leave Behind".
    • "They need to know what I know... learn what I've learned from living among the Solids."
      • Odo
  • Omet'iklan, Steely Disciplinarian
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When the player loses five points, they may place two of their Jem'Hadar present in their owner's discard pile to score five points. This may be done only once each turn. Card number 7A8.
    • Image Source: Omet'iklan aboard the USS Defiant in DS9: "To the Death".
    • "I did what had to be done, what any First would do. I placed the good of the unit above my personal feelings. A soldier who cannot follow orders is a danger to his unit. And must be eliminated."
      • Omet'iklan
  • Pran, Thot
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, each player discards any number of cards from hand that have a total cost of four or more. If a player cannot, he or she discards his or her entire hand. Card number 13A7.
    • Image Source: Thot Pran seen in DS9: "Tacking Into the Wind".
    • "Breen harbor little patience for their captives."
      • Unknown

FederationEdit

  • Data, Lucasian Chair
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player has completed a mission requiring the skills of Diplomacy or Leadership, this personnel's cost is reduced by four. Card number 14A7.
    • Image Source: Data, aboard the USS Pasteur, in TNG: "All Good Things...".
    • "This house originally belonged to Sir Isaac Newton when he held the position. It's become the traditional resident."
      • Data
  • James T. Kirk, Brutal Barbarian
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the player commands an Alternate Universe resident personnel, this personnel's cost may be increased by two to have him gain any skill of the player's choice and make each of their Alternate Universe resident personnel increase their attributes by one until the end of the turn. Card number 13A8.
    • Image Source: The James T. Kirk from the normal universe, posing as his mirror universe counterpart in TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • "You would find me a formidable enemy."
      • Captain James T. Kirk
  • James T. Kirk, Highly-Decorated Captain
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: The player may increase this personnel's cost by three to search their deck for two cards. Those cards must be either TOS resident or have the keywords of Assault, Maneuver, Pursuit, or Temporal. Card number
    • Image Source: Captain James T. Kirk in his dress uniform in TOS: "Journey to Babel".
    • "Risk is our business. That's what this starship is all about. That's why we're aboard her."
      • Captain James T. Kirk
  • James T. Kirk, Youngest Captain in Starfleet
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion and was reprinted in the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Portrait card.
    • Image Source: Captain James T. Kirk on the bridge of the USS Enterprise. Card number 0AP5.
    • "One of the advantages of being captain is being able to ask for advice without necessarily having to take it."
      • Captain James T. Kirk
  • Kathryn Janeway, Clever Captain
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion and was reprinted in the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Portrait card.
    • Game Play: This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 0AP6.
    • Image Source: A promotional image of Captain Kathryn Janeway in the Engineering lift.
    • "My name is Kathryn Janeway, captain of the Federation starship Voyager."
  • Kathryn Janeway, Forceful Captain
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma at a Delta Quadrant mission, her attributes are increased by four. Card number 10A9.
    • Image Source: Captain Kathryn Janeway at the New Zealand Penal Settlement on Earth in VOY: "Caretaker".
    • "I don't know what you need and frankly I don't care. I just want our people back and I want us all to be send home.
      • Captain Kathryn Janeway
  • Leonard H. McCoy, Chief Medical Officer
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: The player may increase this personnel's cost by three to take two dilemmas from beneath their opponent's mission and return them to their dilemma pile. Card number 12A6.
    • Image Source: Doctor Leonard McCoy aboard the USS Enterprise.
    • "I signed aboard this ship to practice medicine..."
      • Dr. Leonard McCoy
  • Montgomery Scott, Relic
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While this personnel is equipped with an equipment card, each dilemma he faces that requires the skills of Programming or Transporters is overcome and its effects are prevented. Card number 7A9.
    • Image Source: Captain Montgomery Scott in the holodeck of the USS Enterprise-D viewing the bridge of the original USS Enterprise in TNG: "Relics".
    • "I may be a captain by rank, but I've never wanted to be anything else but an engineer."
      • Captain Montgomery Scott
  • Seven of Nine, Efficient Analyst
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: If the player wishes, they may examine the top two cards of their deck and replace them in any order and then the player may exchange a card in hand with the top card of their deck. Card number 12A7.
    • Image Source: Seven of Nine on the bridge of the USS Voyager in VOY: "Day of Honor".
    • "If you are here to fraternize, I do not have the time."
      • Seven of Nine
  • Seven of Nine, Reclaimed Drone
    • This card originated from and was reprinted with the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Portrait card.
    • Image Source: A promotional shot of Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine in her original high-necked silver costume. Card number 0AP1.
    • "I was raised by the Borg."
      • Seven of Nine
  • Spock, Man of Integrity
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the player commands an Alternate Universe resident personnel, the player may increase this personnel's cost by two to make each player place a personnel from hand on a headquarters mission where that personnel could normally be played. Card number 13A9.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Spock on the bridge of the ISS Enterprise in TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • "I do not desire the captaincy. I much prefer my scientific duties."
      • Commander Spock
  • Spock, Science Officer
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: This personnel's cost by be increased by two so that the player may examine the top four dilemmas of an opponent's dilemma pile and remove one of them from the game. The remaining cards are placed in the original order. Card number 12A8.
    • Image Source: Commander Spock on the bridge of the USS Enterprise.
    • "Fascinating."
      • Commander Spock's often repeated line.
  • The Doctor, Emergency Medical Hologram
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When the player's Voyager resident personnel present is about to be killed by a dilemma that costs three or more, the player may discard two cards from hand to stop that personnel instead. Card number 10A10.
    • Image Source: The Doctor in USS Voyager's sickbay, looking annoyed, in VOY: "Eye of the Needle".
    • "There's no need for concern. I am capable of treating any injury or disease."
      • The Doctor
  • Wesley Crusher, Nova Squadron Pilot
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While this personnel is present with the player's Cadet personnel, he loses the skill of Honor and gains the skills of Navigation and Treachery. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 8A12.
    • Image Source: Cadet Wesley Crusher in Captain Picard's ready room in TNG: "The First Duty".
    • "We thought we could do it. We thought we could do anything."
      • Cadet Wesley Crusher
  • Worf, Defiant Commander
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: Each of the player's personnel present who has a cost of four or more increases their attributes by one. Card number 13A10.
    • Image Source: A promotional picture of Michael Dorn as Lieutenant Commander Worf, set sometime after DS9: "Rapture".
    • "Life is a great deal more complicated in this red uniform."
      • Lieutenant Commander Worf

FerengiEdit

  • Ishka, Moogie
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: If the player wishes, they may examine the top card of their deck and exchange it with a card beneath their Ferenginar mission. Card number 7A10.
    • Image Source: Ishka, being a "traditional" Ferengi female, in DS9: "Family Business".
    • "... when it comes to profit, this female is a better Ferengi than you'll ever be."
      • Ishka
  • Sovak, Treasure Hunter
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: If the player wishes, they may discard a card from hand to examine a number of cards from the top of their deck equal to the discarded card's cost, and then replace them in any order. Card number 7A11.
    • Image Source: Sovak, on Risa, speaking with Captain Picard, in TNG: "Captain's Holiday".
    • "Obviously you've never dealt with my people before."
      • Sovak

KlingonEdit

  • Jean-Luc Picard, Worf's cha'Dich
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When the player's Klingon present is selected by a dilemma, the player may replace his or her with this personnel. Card number 7A12.
    • Image Source: Captain Picard in the Great Hall on Qo'noS in TNG: "Sins of the Father".
    • "A Klingon warrior knows that brute strength is not the most important asset in a fight. I have served under you in many conflicts and know you to be a shrewd and forceful opponent. I can think of no one I would rather have at my side."
      • Lieutenant Worf
  • Kang, Vigilant Commander
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands two Past resident Klingons, this personnel's cost is reduced by two. While facing a dilemma, each of the player's Klingons present increases their Integrity by two. Card number 12A9.
    • Image Source: Kang, aboard the USS Enterprise in TOS: "Day of the Dove".
    • "Only a fool fights in a burning house."
      • Commander Kang
  • Koloth, Ingratiating Captain
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands two Past resident Klingons, this personnel's cost is reduced by two. While facing a dilemma, each of the player's Klingons present increases their Cunning by two. Card number 12A10.
    • Image Source: Koloth, on Deep Space Station K-7, in TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles".
    • "Let me assure you that my intentions are peaceful."
      • Captain Koloth
  • Kor, Courageous Governor
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands two Past resident Klingons, this personnel's cost is reduced by two. While facing a dilemma, each of the player's Klingons present increases their Strength by one. Card number 12A11.
    • Image Source: Kor, on Organia in TOS: "Errand of Mercy".
    • "Obviously you do not know the difference between courage and foolhardiness. Always it is the brave ones who die, the soldiers."
      • Commander Kor

Non-AlignedEdit

  • Dukat, Pah-Wraith Puppet
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the player has no cards in their discard pile, this personnel's Cunning and Strength is increased by four and he cannot be killed by dilemmas. If the player wishes, they may examine and remove two cards in a player's discard pile from the game. This may be done only once each turn. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 12A12.
    • Image Source: Dukat, aboard Deep Space 9 in the Bajoran temple shortly after killing Jadzia Dax in DS9: "Tears of the Prophets".
    • "I know this must be of little comfort, but I never intended you any harm."
  • Khan Noonien Singh, Bold Man
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: This personnel is the corresponding Commander of the player's unique ship that he is aboard. Card number 12A13.
    • Image Source: Khan Noonien Singh in the sickbay of the USS Enterprise in TOS: "Space Seed".
    • "I intend to take this ship."
      • Khan Noonien Singh
  • Kivas Fajo, Collector
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma, the player may meet the skill requirements of Diplomacy and Honor of that dilemma using Acquisition instead. Card number 7A13.
    • Image Source: Kivas Fajo, in his gallery aboard the Jovis, in TNG: "The Most Toys".
    • "Yes, I know. What I've done is evil, selfish, immoral, illegal, and unprincipled. I've learned to live with it."
      • Kivas Fajo
  • Neras, Slave Girl
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion and was reprinted with the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Portrait card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, the player may draw two cards. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 0AP12.
    • Image Source: Neras, at the slave market on Verex III, in ENT: "Borderland".
    • "Orion females are known for their... innate skills."
  • Persis, Loyal Daughter
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion and was reprinted with the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Portrait card.
    • Game Play: This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 0AP9.
    • Image Source: Persis, holding a d'k tahg aboard Malik's Bird-of-Prey in ENT: "Borderland".
    • "That was different. This is our father."
      • Persis
  • Shran, In Archer's Debt
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel is stopped by a dilemma, the player may discard a card from hand to take their overcome dilemma and place in on the bottom of their dilemma pile. Card number 8A13.
    • Image Source: Commander Shran at the monastery at P'Jem in ENT: "The Andorian Incident".
    • "Once he's free, my debt will be repaid in full."
      • Commander Thy'lek Shran
  • Shran, Reluctant Diplomat
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When one of the player's non-Andorian personnel present is about to be stopped by a dilemma, they may stop this personnel to prevent that. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 10A11.
    • Image Source: Commander Shran, aboard Enterprise in ENT: "Babel One".
    • "I'm not going to entrust the security of Andoria to the pinkskins, or anyone else!"
      • Commander Thy'lek Shran
  • Silik, Chameleon
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma, the player may discard a random card from their hand to make this personnel gain a skill that is required by that dilemma until the end of the turn. This may be done only once each turn. Card number 8A14.
    • Image Source: Silik, in the temporal communications chamber, in ENT: "Broken Bow".
    • "I've learned a great deal about you... even more than you know."
      • Silik
  • Slar, Gorn Slave Master
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: This personnel increases his Cunning and Strength by one for each Alternate Universe resident personnel present. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13A11.
    • Image Source: Slar, in the lower decks of the USS Defiant, in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".
    • "I'm familiar with your species. Humans are not trustworthy."
      • Slar
  • Vic Fontaine, Vegas Crooner
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When the player begins a mission attempt involving this personnel, they may discard a card from hand to subtract one from the total cost their opponent may spend on dilemmas. Card number 7A14.
    • Image Source: Vic Fontaine, in his lounge, in DS9: "His Way".
    • "When you sing in as many joints as I have, you become a student of the human heart."
      • Vic Fontaine

RomulanEdit

  • Charvanek, Fleet Commander
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion and was reprinted with the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Portrait card.
    • Game Play: This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 0AP7.
    • Image Source: Commander Charvanek, aboard her ship in a civilian outfit, in TOS: "The Enterprise Incident".
    • "You are being clever, Commander."
      • Commander Spock
  • Charvanek, Neutral Zone Commander
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, an opponent's hand (player's choice) is revealed. For each personnel card revealed, this personnel's cost is reduced by one. When this personnel is an eligible target for a random selection, the player may choose one of the following: exclude her from that selection; or exclude a Past resident Romulan affiliation personnel present from that selection. Card number 12A14.
    • Image Source: Commander Charvanek, aboard his ship in her Romulan uniform, in TOS: "The Enterprise Incident".
    • "... there are certain ships, certain officers, that are known to us."
      • Commander Charvanek
  • Keras, Creature of Duty
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: At the start of each of the player's turns, they may choose an opponent and name a card. That opponent searches his or her deck, places the named card in his or her hand, and shuffles his or her deck. Card number 12A15.
    • Image Source: Commander Keras, aboard his ship, in TOS: "Balance of Terror".
    • "Danger and I are old companions."
      • Commander Keras
  • Shinzon, Reman Leader
    • This card originated from the "Adversaries Anthology" expansion and was reprinted with the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Portrait card.
    • Game Play: This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 0AP4.
    • Image Source: A promotional shot of Shinzon in the Jefferies tube of the USS Enterprise-E in Star Trek Nemesis.
    • "We will no longer bow before anyone as slaves."
      • Shinzon
  • Spock, Celebrated Ambassador
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While this personnel is present with a Dissident personnel, each of the player's Romulan personnel present increases their attributes by one. Card number 7A15.
    • Image Source: Ambassador Spock, on Romulus, in TNG: "Unification II".
    • "For some time, I have been aware of a growing movement here of people who seek to learn the ideals of the Vulcan philosophy. They have been declared enemies of the state."
      • Ambassador Spock

StarfleetEdit

  • Charles Tucker III, Chief Engineer
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma and the first mission that the player has completed this game was a space mission, they may stop this personnel to replace all levels of anyone skill in that dilemma's requirements with two Engineer. This may be done only once each turn. Card number 10A12.
  • Hoshi Sato, Empress
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion and was reprinted with the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Portrait card.
    • Game Play: This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 0AP8.
    • Image Source: Empress Hoshi Sato, on the bridge of the USS Defiant, in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".
    • "You are speaking to Empress Sato."
  • Jonathan Archer, Covetous Commander
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel uses a skill to complete a mission, if the player has no cards in hand, they score five points. This may be done only once each turn. If the player wishes, they may discard a card from hand to search their draw deck for the event titled "Watch Dog". This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13A12.
    • Image Source: Commander Jonathan Archer in the mirror universe aboard the ISS Enterprise in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly".
    • "Great men are not 'peacemakers'. Great men are conquerors!"
      • Captain Jonathan Archer
  • Jonathan Archer, Headstrong Captain
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While this personnel is at the player's Federation affiliation mission that requires the skill of Diplomacy, the player may attempt that mission. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 8A15.
    • "This is Captain Jonathan Archer of the Starship Enterprise.
  • T'Pol, Austere Commander
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion and was reprinted with the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Portrait card.
    • Image Source: Commander T'Pol, after her commission with Starfleet, in ENT: "Home". Card number 0AP2.
    • "I've been offered a commission with Starfleet."
      • Commander T'Pol
  • T'Pol, Dutiful Commander
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion and was reprinted with the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Portrait card.
    • Game Play: This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 0AP10.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Lieutenant Commander T'Pol, marching down a corridor of the ISS Enterprise with two other Vulcans in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly".
    • "It was my duty to help Captain Forrest regain command."
      • Lieutenant Commander T'Pol
  • T'Pol, Not a Slave
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands a personnel with the skill of Officer, this personnel's cost is reduced by one. While the player has no cards in hand, this personnel's attributes increase by one. Card number 13A13.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Lieutenant Commander T'Pol standing by a display showing the USS Defiant in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly".
    • "A parallel universe? the Science Directorate has examined all of these theories. They've found no evidence of alternate realities."
      • Lieutenant Commander T'Pol

ShipsEdit

BorgEdit

  • Borg Queen's Vessel, Borg Flagship
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: If the player wishes, they may examine a number of cards from the top of their deck equal to the number of dilemmas with the keyword of Persistent they own that are beneath an opponent's missions. The player then sets any number of those cards aside face down. Any remaining cards are shuffled into their deck and the set aside cards are placed on top of their deck in any order. This may be done only once each turn. Card number 14A8.
    • Image Source: The Borg Queen's vessel in space in VOY: "Dark Frontier".
    • "Our vessel is disengaging from the Unicomplex."
      • Borg Queen

DominionEdit

  • Tykk
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: The player may play their Breen personnel aboard this ship. When a Breen personnel aboard this ship is involved in an engagement that the player wins, they may place a Dominion affiliation personnel with a cost of four or more from hand aboard this ship. Card number 13A14.
    • Image Source: A Breen warship in DS9: "Strange Bedfellows".
    • The Breen developed technology to the point where their enemies could not cope with their brutal attacks.

FederationEdit

  • Delta Flyer, Innovative Vessel
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the player does not command a headquarters mission, they may play this ship at the same mission as their USS Voyager. Personnel aboard this ship cannot attempt missions. Card number 12A16.
    • Image Source: The Delta Flyer, having just dropped out of warp, in VOY: "Good Shepherd".
    • "Behold the Delta Flyer. Ultra-aerodynamic contours, retractable nacelles, parametallic hull plating, unimatrix shielding, based on Tuvok's brilliant design for the Multi-Spatial Probe, and a Borg-inspired weapons system."
      • Lieutenant Tom Paris
  • IKS Qel'Poh, HMS Bounty
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the player commands two mission that are worth forty points or more, this ship's Range is increased by two. While a personnel that the player commands aboard this ship is facing a dilemma, they may discard a Past resident personnel from hand to make the personnel increased their attributes by one until the end of the dilemma. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 14A9.
    • Image Source: The Bounty on Vulcan in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.
    • "... it was Dr. McCoy, with a fine sense of historical irony, who decided on a name for our captured Klingon vessel."
  • USS Defiant, Patrolling Warship
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When an opponent's ship moves to the same mission as this ship, if this ship's Commander is aboard, the opponent's ship is stopped. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 10A13.
    • Image Source: Stock footage of the Defiant.
    • "Restricting the Defiant to guard duty would be a serious mistake."
      • Lieutenant Commander Worf
  • USS Enterprise, Beautiful Lady
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: To play this ship, the player must command four TOS resident personnel. The player may also increase this ship's cost by four to score five points. Card number 12A17.
    • Image Source: Stock footage of the Enterprise.
    • "These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission - to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before."
      • Captain James T. Kirk
  • USS Enterprise-C, Yesterday's Enterprise
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When the player completes a Klingon affiliation mission, if this ship is at that mission, the player scores five points. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 10A14
    • Image Source: The USS Enterprise-C in TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise".
    • "One more ship will make no more difference in the here and now. But twenty-two years ago, one ship could have stopped this war before it started."
  • USS Enterprise-E, Flagship of the Federation
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this ship is played, for each TNG resident personnel with the skill of Leadership is at this mission, this ship's cost is reduced by one. If the player wishes, they may stop their Federation affiliation personnel with the skill of Diplomacy that is aboard this ship to have each player return an event with no cards on it that he or she commands to its owner's hand. Card number 10A15.
    • Image Source: The Enterprise-E firing a quantum torpedo in Star Trek Nemesis.
    • "The Diplomatic Corps is busy with Dominion negotiations."
    • "So they need us to put out one more brush fire."
      • Commander William Riker and Captain Jean-Luc Picard
  • USS Ganges, One of the First
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the player commands seven or more personnel aboard this ship, its Range is reduced by three. This ship increases its attributes by one for each DS9 resident personnel aboard (to a limit of five). Card number 8A16.
    • Image Source: The Ganges, rising from a landing pad in DS9: "Emissary".
    • One of Deep Space 9's three original Danube-class runabout vessels. Delivered to Deep Space 9 by the USS Enterprise-D in 2369.
  • USS Lakota, Modified Starship
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: This ship increases its attributes by two for each corresponding Commander aboard it. Card number 13A15.
    • Image Source: The USS Lakota under the command of Captain Erika Benteen in DS9: "Paradise Lost".
    • "Someone's been upgrading the Lakota's weapons. That's a lot of firepower for an Excelsior-class ship."
  • USS Pasteur, Medical Ship
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the player's Federation affiliation Medical personnel is aboard this ship, it increases its Range by five. While the player's Future resident personnel aboard is attempting a space mission, the player may discard their event with the keyword of Decay to make that personnel gain a skill required by the mission until the end of the turn. Card number 14A10.
    • Image Source: The USS Pasteur in orbit of Earth in TNG: "All Good Things...".
    • "There was an outbreak of Tarellian Plague on Romulus. The Klingons have been allowing Federation medical ships to cross the border."
  • USS Prometheus, Experimental Prototype
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: To play this ship, the player must discard a personnel who costs four or more from hand. When the player wins an engagement involving this ship, they may discard an event with the keyword of Decay from hand to search their draw deck for a card that has the keyword of Damage and place it on an opponent's ship at the mission. Card number 14A11.
    • Image Source: The USS Prometheus at warp in VOY: "Message in a Bottle".
    • "... designed for deep-space tactical assignments. Primary battle systems include regenerative shielding, ablative hull armor..."
      • Prometheus's Computer
  • USS Reliant, Searching for Lifeless Planets
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the player commands a TOS movie resident personnel, they may place this ship at their Earth. When the player completes a mission, they may discard an event. If that event belongs to the player, they may search their draw deck for an event with a cost of four or more. Card number 14A12.
    • Image Source: The USS Reliant in space in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
    • "Starship log: stardate 8140.4. Log entry made by First Officer Pavel Chekov. Starship Reliant on orbital approach to Ceti Alpha VI in connection with Project Genesis."
      • Commander Pavel Chekov
  • USS Rio Grande, Built to Last
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the player commands more than seven personnel aboard this ship, its Range is decreased by three. When this ship is about to move between the player's headquarters mission and a non-headquarters mission, they subtract one from the Range required. While the player's personnel with the skill of Engineer is aboard, this ship's Range is increased by one. Card number 8A17.
    • Image Source: The USS Rio Grande in the Bajoran wormhole in DS9: "Emissary".
    • The only survivor of Deep Space 9's three original runabout vessels.
  • USS Yangtzee Kiang, Modified Transport
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the player commands eight or more personnel aboard this ship, its Range is decreased by three. When this ship is about to move between the player's headquarters mission and a non-headquarters mission, they subtract one from the Range required. If the player wishes, they may discard two events from hand to make this ship increased its Range by two until the end of the turn. Card number 10A16.
    • Image Source: A stock picture of a runabout.
    • Runabout reconfigured for navigating the wormhole.

FerengiEdit

  • Aurulent
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When this ship is about to move between a non-Gamma Quadrant mission and a Gamma Quadrant mission, the player does not add two to the span total of those missions. Card number 7A16.
    • Image Source: Quark and Pel take the Aurulent into the Gamma Quadrant in DS9: "Rules of Acquisition".
    • "The Gamma Quadrant, gentlemen. Millions of new worlds on our very doorstep. The potential for Ferengi business expansion is staggering."
  • Kurdon
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the player's personnel are attempting a space mission that requires the skills of Acquisition or Treachery, each Ferengi Affiliation personnel aboard this ship increases their Cunning by one. Card number 7A17.
    • Image Source: The aft end of Bok's marauder in TNG: "Bloodlines".
    • DaiMon Bok used this vessel to search the galaxy for a means to avenge his son's death at the hands of the Starfleet captain, Jean-Luc Picard.
  • Quark's Treasure, Sabotaged Shuttle
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: If this ship has its Commander aboard it, the player may lose five points to take an additional turn after this one. At the end of that turn, the player loses the game. Card number 10A17.
    • Image Source: Quark's Treasure traveling back in time in DS9: "Little Green Men".
    • "The ship. Our ship. My ship. The shuttle cousin Gaila owed me. ... He always said that if he became a success, he'd buy me my own ship. Now it's here."
      • Quark

KlingonEdit

  • IKS Kla'Diyus, Prototype
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When the player takes this ship off of Engage Cloak, it increases its Weapons by three until the end of the turn and the player may begin an engagement involving their personnel aboard. If the player wins, they name a personnel. Each opponent's copy of that personnel who was involved in the engagement is killed. Card number 14A13.
    • Image Source: The Kla'Diyus firing while cloaked in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
    • "... she can fire while cloaked."
    • "Surely not!"
  • IKS Qel'poh, Clandestine Vessel
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the player commands two missions that are worth forty points or more, this ship increases its Range by two. While the player has a captive, this ship's attributes are increased by two. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 14A14.
    • Image Source: The Qel'Poh seen in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.
    • Bird-of-Prey commanded by Kruge on a covert mission to the Genesis Planet.
  • Kronos One
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: If the player's corresponding Commander is aboard this ship, they may search their dilemma pile and remove a dilemma that has the keyword of Persistent from the game to make this ship increase its attributes by two until the end of the turn. The dilemma pile is then shuffled. This may be done only once each turn. Card number 14A15.
    • Image Source: Kronos One in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
    • "We would be delighted to accept your gracious invitation."

Non-AlignedEdit

  • Defiant, Mirror Warship
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: To play this ship, the player must command three Alternate Universe resident personnel. When this ship is played, the player may discard any number of cards from hand. This ship's cost reduces by one for each card discarded in this way. Card number 13A16.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Defiant seen in DS9: "Shattered Mirror".
    • "Well, right now it's a little too powerful for its own good."
  • Devna-Lev, Harrad-Sar's Barge
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While three of the player's Non-Aligned affiliation personnel are aboard this ship, it increases its Range by two and when the player reveals a dilemma with the keyword of Persistent from their dilemma stack, its cost is reduced by one. Card number 14A16.
    • Image Source: Harrad-Sar's ship in ENT: "Bound".
    • "I'm afraid you have an appointment with a pair of Orion marauders. I don't intend to keep them waiting. ... I can see you're upset, and I sympathize, but it's truly out of my hands. We are both slaves to the situation."
      • Harrad-Sar
  • Phoenix, Risen From the Ashes
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While this ship is at a non-headquarters mission and does not have a Damage marker on it, each of the player's opponents needs an additional ten points to win the game. Card number 13A17.
    • Image Source: The Phoenix, about to go to warp, in Star Trek: First Contact.
    • "When Zefram Cochrane made his legendary warp flight... and drew the attention of our new friends, the Vulcans. We realized that we weren't alone in the galaxy."

RomulanEdit

  • IRW Devoras
    • This card originated from the "Strange New Worlds" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When a player's opponent's personnel are killed, if this ship is at the same mission, the player may place a Romulan Affiliation personnel from hand who has the same cost aboard this ship. Card number 7A18.
    • Image Source: A view of the Devoras in TNG: "Data's Day".
    • "I can assure you... there is no one being held captive aboard this ship."
  • Gal Gath'thong, Pride of the Praetor
    • This card originated from the "These are the Voyages" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: To play this ship, the player must command two Past resident, Romulan affiliation personnel. When this ship moves from an opponent's mission, if this ship's Commander is aboard, that opponent must discard two cards from hand. Card number 12A18.
    • Image Source: The Praetor's flagship seen in TOS: "Balance of Terror".
    • "His heading is now 111... mark 14. The heading a Romulan would take toward the Neutral Zone... and home."
  • Scimitar, Built for Only One Purpose
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: When the player takes this ship off of Engage Cloak, they may begin an engagement involving their personnel aboard this ship. If they win, the player names a personnel. Each opponent's copy of that personnel who was involved in that engagement is killed. The player then may unstop this ship and all personnel aboard. The player cannot begin any other engagements this turn. Also, the ship increases its Range by nine until the end of the turn. Card number 14A17.
    • Image Source: The Scimitar in the Bassen Rift in Star Trek Nemesis.
  • USS Prometheus, Stolen Prototype
    • This card originated from the "What You Leave Behind" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: To play this ship, the player must discard a personnel who costs four or more from hand. When the player wins an engagement involving this ship, they may discard a personnel who has a cost of four or more from hand to search their draw deck for a card that has the keyword of Damage and place it on an opponent's ship at the mission. Card number 14A18.
    • Image Source: The Prometheus at warp in VOY: "Message in a Bottle".
    • "I think we should consider that a successful test."

StarfleetEdit

  • Columbia NX-02, The Second Warp Five Ship
    • This card originated from the "Captain's Log" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the first mission that the player has completed this game was a space mission, this ship increases its attributes by one. While a personnel aboard this ship is facing a dilemma, the player may discard a card from hand to have that personnel gains the skills of Astrometrics or Science until the end of the mission attempt. Card number 10A18.
    • Image Source: The Columbia NX-02 in spacedock in ENT: "Home".
    • 'We've improved hull polarization by twelve percent. Be able to hang in a fire fight a little longer."
  • Enterprise, Finally Ready to Swim
    • This card originated from the "To Boldly Go" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: While the player has three different species aboard this ship, its attributes are increased by two. Card number 8A18.
    • Image Source: Enterprise in orbit of Earth in ENT: "Broken Bow".
    • "This engine will let us go boldly... where no man has gone before."
      • Zefram Cochrane
  • ISS Enterprise, Terran Flagship
    • This card originated from the "In a Mirror, Darkly" expansion. It is an Archive Foil card.
    • Game Play: To play this ship, the player must command three Alternate Universe resident personnel. The player need not spend all their counters on their turns. While the player has no cards in their hand, this ship's Range is increased by two. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13A18.
    • Image Source: The ISS Enterprise at warp in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly".
    • "My orders are to take this ship into Tholian space for a mission of vital importance to the Empire. I can't reveal the details of our assignment, but I can tell you this. If we're successful, Starfleet will crush the rebellion once and for all."
      • Captain Jonathan Archer

Table Edit

Type and AffiliationTitleExpansionCard #Portrait/Foil
Personnel - Federation Seven of Nine, Reclaimed Drone Strange New Worlds 101 0AP1 Archive Portrait Foils
Personnel - Starfleet T'Pol, Austere Commander Strange New Worlds 102 0AP2 Archive Portrait Foils
Personnel - Borg Borg Queen, The One Who is Many Adversaries Anthology 103 0AP3 Archive Portrait Foils
Personnel - Romulan Shinzon, Reman Leader Adversaries Anthology 104 0AP4 Archive Portrait Foils
Personnel - Federation James T. Kirk, Youngest Captain in Starfleet To Boldly Go 105 0AP5 Archive Portrait Foils
Personnel - Federation Kathryn Janeway, Clever Captain To Boldly Go 106 0AP6 Archive Portrait Foils
Personnel - Romulan Charvanek, Fleet Commander Captain's Log 107 0AP7 Archive Portrait Foils
Personnel - Starfleet Hoshi Sato, Empress Captain's Log 108 0AP8 Archive Portrait Foils
Personnel - Non-Aligned Persis, Loyal Daughter These Are the Voyages 109 0AP9 Archive Portrait Foils
Personnel - Starfleet T'Pol, Dutiful Commander These Are the Voyages 111 0AP10 Archive Portrait Foils
Dilemma Stripped Down In A Mirror, Darkly 112 0AP11 Archive Portrait Foils
Personnel - Non-Aligned Neras, Slave Girl In A Mirror, Darkly 113 0AP12 Archive Portrait Foils
Dilemma Code of Honor Strange New Worlds 114 7A1 Archive Foils
Dilemma Proximity-Actuated Field Strange New Worlds 115 7A2 Archive Foils
Dilemma Where No One Has Gone Before Strange New Worlds 116 7A3 Archive Foils
Event Exceed Engine Output Strange New Worlds 117 7A4 Archive Foils
Event Temporal Incursion Strange New Worlds 118 7A5 Archive Foils
Interrupt Ascertain Strange New Worlds 119 7A6 Archive Foils
Personnel - Cardassian Tekeny Ghemor, Prominent Official Strange New Worlds 121 7A7 Archive Foils
Personnel - Dominion Omet'iklan, Steely Disciplinarian Strange New Worlds 122 7A8 Archive Foils
Personnel - Federation Montgomery Scott, Relic Strange New Worlds 123 7A9 Archive Foils
Personnel - Ferengi Ishka, Moogie Strange New Worlds 124 7A10 Archive Foils
Personnel - Ferengi Sovak, Treasure Hunter Strange New Worlds 125 7A11 Archive Foils
Personnel - Klingon Jean-Luc Picard, Worf's cha'Dich Strange New Worlds 126 7A12 Archive Foils
Personnel - Non-Aligned Kivas Fajo, Collector Strange New Worlds 127 7A13 Archive Foils
Personnel - Non-Aligned Vic Fontaine, Vegas Crooner Strange New Worlds 128 7A14 Archive Foils
Personnel - Romulan Spock, Celebrated Ambassador Strange New Worlds 129 7A15 Archive Foils
Ship - Ferengi Aurulent Strange New Worlds 131 7A16 Archive Foils
Ship - Ferengi Kurdon Strange New Worlds 132 7A17 Archive Foils
Ship - Romulan IRW Devoras Strange New Worlds 133 7A18 Archive Foils
Dilemma Cardassian Processing To Boldly Go 134 8A1 Archive Foils
Dilemma Outclassed To Boldly Go 135 8A2 Archive Foils
Dilemma Zero Hour To Boldly Go 136 8A3 Archive Foils
Event Distracting Exhibition To Boldly Go 137 8A4 Archive Foils
Event Latinum Storage To Boldly Go 138 8A5 Archive Foils
Event Reman Subterfuge To Boldly Go 139 8A6 Archive Foils
Event Remarkable Regeneration To Boldly Go 141 8A7 Archive Foils
Event Strafing Fire To Boldly Go 142 8A8 Archive Foils
Interrupt Temporal Delineation To Boldly Go 143 8A9 Archive Foils
Personnel - Borg First, Unstable To Boldly Go 144 8A10 Archive Foils
Personnel - Cardassian Thrax, Chief of Security To Boldly Go 145 8A11 Archive Foils
Personnel - Federation Wesley Crusher, Nova Squadron Pilot To Boldly Go 146 8A12 Archive Foils
Personnel - Non-Aligned Shran, In Archer's Debt To Boldly Go 147 8A13 Archive Foils
Personnel - Non-Aligned Silik, Chameleon To Boldly Go 148 8A14 Archive Foils
Personnel - Starfleet Jonathan Archer, Headstrong Captain To Boldly Go 149 8A15 Archive Foils
Ship - Federation USS Ganges, One of the First To Boldly Go 151 8A16 Archive Foils
Ship - Federation USS Rio Grande, Built to Last To Boldly Go 152 8A17 Archive Foils
Ship - Starfleet Enterprise, Finally Ready to Swim To Boldly Go 153 8A18 Archive Foils
Dilemma An Issue of Trust Captain's Log 154 10A1 Archive Foils
Dilemma Armed Search Party Captain's Log 155 10A2 Archive Foils
Dilemma Thermokinetic Explosion Captain's Log 156 10A3 Archive Foils
Event A Sight for Sore Eyes Captain's Log 157 10A4 Archive Foils
Event Dark Pursuit Captain's Log 158 10A5 Archive Foils
Event The Long Journey Home Captain's Log 159 10A6 Archive Foils
Interrupt Warp Speed Transfer Captain's Log 161 10A7 Archive Foils
Personnel - Borg Second, Neonatal Drone Captain's Log 162 10A8 Archive Foils
Personnel - Federation Kathryn Janeway, Forceful Captain Captain's Log 163 10A9 Archive Foils
Personnel - Federation The Doctor, Emergency Medical Hologram Captain's Log 164 10A10 Archive Foils
Personnel - Non-Aligned Shran, Reluctant Diplomat Captain's Log 165 10A11 Archive Foils
Personnel - Starfleet Charles Tucker III, Chief Engineer Captain's Log 166 10A12 Archive Foils
Ship - Federation USS Defiant, Patrolling Warship Captain's Log 167 10A13 Archive Foils
Ship - Federation USS Enterprise-C, Yesterday's Enterprise Captain's Log 168 10A14 Archive Foils
Ship - Federation USS Enterprise-E, Flagship of the Federation Captain's Log 169 10A15 Archive Foils
Ship - Federation USS Yangtzee Kiang, Modified Transport Captain's Log 171 10A16 Archive Foils
Ship - Ferengi Quark's Treasure, Sabotaged Shuttle Captain's Log 172 10A17 Archive Foils
Ship - Starfleet Columbia, The Second Warp Five Ship Captain's Log 173 10A18 Archive Foils
Dilemma No Kill I These Are the Voyages 174 12A1 Archive Foils
Dilemma Psychokinetic Control These Are the Voyages 175 12A2 Archive Foils
Dilemma Swashbuckler at Heart These Are the Voyages 176 12A3 Archive Foils
Dilemma Vian Test These Are the Voyages 177 12A4 Archive Foils
Personnel - Federation James T. Kirk, Highly-Decorated Captain These Are the Voyages 178 12A5 Archive Foils
Personnel - Federation Leonard H. McCoy, Chief Medical Officer These Are the Voyages 179 12A6 Archive Foils
Personnel - Federation Seven of Nine, Efficient Analyst These Are the Voyages 181 12A7 Archive Foils
Personnel - Federation Spock, Science Officer These Are the Voyages 182 12A8 Archive Foils
Personnel - Klingon Kang, Vigilant Commander These Are the Voyages 183 12A9 Archive Foils
Personnel - Klingon Koloth, Ingratiating Captain These Are the Voyages 184 12A10 Archive Foils
Personnel - Klingon Kor, Courageous Governor These Are the Voyages 185 12A11 Archive Foils
Personnel - Non-Aligned Dukat, Pah-Wraith Puppet These Are the Voyages 186 12A12 Archive Foils
Personnel - Non-Aligned Khan Noonien Singh, Bold Man These Are the Voyages 187 12A13 Archive Foils
Personnel - Romulan Charvanek, Neutral Zone Commander These Are the Voyages 188 12A14 Archive Foils
Personnel - Romulan Keras, Creature of Duty These Are the Voyages 189 12A15 Archive Foils
Ship - Federation Delta Flyer, Innovative Vessel These Are the Voyages 191 12A16 Archive Foils
Ship - Federation USS Enterprise, Beautiful Lady These Are the Voyages 192 12A17 Archive Foils
Ship - Romulan Gal Gath'thong, Pride of the Praetor These Are the Voyages 193 12A18 Archive Foils
Dilemma Chula: The Dice In A Mirror, Darkly 194 13A1 Archive Foils
Dilemma Paranoid Escape In A Mirror, Darkly 195 13A2 Archive Foils
Dilemma The Dal'Rok In A Mirror, Darkly 196 13A3 Archive Foils
Event Temporal Flux Energy Ribbon In A Mirror, Darkly 197 13A4 Archive Foils
Personnel - Cardassian Elim Garak, Crafty Underling In A Mirror, Darkly 198 13A5 Archive Foils
Personnel - Dominion Gor, Thot In A Mirror, Darkly 199 13A6 Archive Foils
Personnel - Dominion Pran, Thot In A Mirror, Darkly 201 13A7 Archive Foils
Personnel - Federation James T. Kirk, Brutal Barbarian In A Mirror, Darkly 202 13A8 Archive Foils
Personnel - Federation Spock, Man of Integrity In A Mirror, Darkly 203 13A9 Archive Foils
Personnel - Federation Worf, Defiant Commander In A Mirror, Darkly 204 13A10 Archive Foils
Personnel - Non-Aligned Slar, Gorn Slave Master In A Mirror, Darkly 205 13A11 Archive Foils
Personnel - Starfleet Jonathan Archer, Covetous Commander In A Mirror, Darkly 206 13A12 Archive Foils
Personnel - Starfleet T'Pol, Not a Slave In A Mirror, Darkly 207 13A13 Archive Foils
Ship - Dominion Tykk In A Mirror, Darkly 208 13A14 Archive Foils
Ship - Federation USS Lakota, Modified Starship In A Mirror, Darkly 209 13A15 Archive Foils
Ship - Non-Aligned Defiant, Mirror Warship In A Mirror, Darkly 211 13A16 Archive Foils
Ship - Non-Aligned Phoenix, Risen From the Ashes In A Mirror, Darkly 212 13A17 Archive Foils
Ship - Starfleet ISS Enterprise, Terran Flagship In A Mirror, Darkly 213 13A18 Archive Foils
Dilemma The Clown: Guillotine What You Leave Behind 214 14A1 Archive Foils
Event Clarity What You Leave Behind 215 14A2 Archive Foils
Event Ghost Stories What You Leave Behind 216 14A3 Archive Foils
Event USS Enterprise-J What You Leave Behind 217 14A4 Archive Foils
Personnel - Borg Data, Tempted by Flesh What You Leave Behind 218 14A5 Archive Foils
Personnel - Dominion Odo, The Great Link's Savior What You Leave Behind 219 14A6 Archive Foils
Personnel - Federation Data, Lucasian Chair What You Leave Behind 221 14A7 Archive Foils
Ship - Borg Borg Queen's Vessel, Borg Flagship What You Leave Behind 222 14A8 Archive Foils
Ship - Federation IKS Qel'Poh, HMS Bounty What You Leave Behind 223 14A9 Archive Foils
Ship - Federation USS Pasteur, Medical Ship What You Leave Behind 224 14A10 Archive Foils
Ship - Federation USS Prometheus, Experimental Prototype What You Leave Behind 225 14A11 Archive Foils
Ship - Federation USS Reliant, Searching for Lifeless Planets What You Leave Behind 226 14A12 Archive Foils
Ship - Klingon IKS Kla'Diyus, Prototype What You Leave Behind 227 14A13 Archive Foils
Ship - Klingon IKS Qel'poh, Clandestine Vessel What You Leave Behind 228 14A14 Archive Foils
Ship - Klingon Kronos One What You Leave Behind 229 14A15 Archive Foils
Ship - Non-Aligned Devna-Lev, Harrad-Sar's Barge What You Leave Behind 231 14A16 Archive Foils
Ship - Romulan Scimitar, Built for Only One Purpose What You Leave Behind 232 14A17 Archive Foils
Ship - Romulan USS Prometheus, Stolen Prototype What You Leave Behind 233 14A18 Archive Foils

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