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CCG: In a Mirror, Darkly
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Publisher: Decipher
Released: 15 June 2007
Card size: 2½ × 3½
No. of cards: 122 (base set)
Cards per pack: 11
Packs per box: 30
For the ENT episode with a similar title, please see "In a Mirror, Darkly".

Released in June of 2007, In A Mirror, Darkly, an expansion of the Star Trek Customizable Card Game, re-visits the mirror universe. In following with the "mirror" nature of this expansion, several cards were named after previous expansions. With goatees and scars and what looks like good people doing bad things, everything looks different when you look into a dark mirror.

Dilemmas

  • Aftereffects
  • Alien Conspiracy
    • Game Play: The player chooses three personnel. The player's opponent chooses one of those personnel to be stopped. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13C2.
    • Image Source: Phlox, T'Pol and Soval from the mirror universe aboard the ISS Avenger in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".
    • "Sabotage the Defiant? Have you lost your senses?"
      • Doctor Phlox
  • Captured by the Breen
    • Game Play: The player randomly selects three personnel. If the total cost of those personnel is four or less, they are placed in the opponent's brig. Otherwise, the player randomly selects one of those personnel to be stopped. Card number 13U3.
    • Image Source: Lieutenant Ezri Dax and Lieutenant Commander Worf held upside-down in a Breen brig in DS9: "'Til Death Do Us Part".
    • "We must not give up. The first duty of any captured officer is to attempt escape."
      • Lieutenant Commander Worf
  • Chula: The Dice - This card also has a foil version
    • Game Play: Unless the player has a personnel with Integrity greater that six, a second personnel with Cunning greater than six and a third personnel with Strength greater than six, all of their personnel are stopped. Card number 13R4.
    • 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!"
  • Crew Advancement
    • Game Play: The player's opponent places the top two cards of his or her dilemma pile face up beneath this mission. They then name an attribute (Integrity, Cunning, or Strength). The player's personnel with the highest named attribute is stopped. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13C5.
    • Image Source: Major Malcolm Reed and an unnamed MACO step out of a turbolift with weapons raised in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly".
    • "I've relieved Captain Forrest of duty and assumed command of Enterprise.
  • Dangerous Missions
    • Game Play: This card is placed on the mission. Each personnel who has a cost of two or less cannot use his or her skills while facing dilemmas. At the end of this turn, this dilemma is overcome. Card number 13U6.
    • Image Source: Ensign Hoshi Sato, Commander Charles Tucker III, and Subcommander T'Pol on Rigel X in ENT: "Broken Bow".
    • "Central Security claims to have no record of Klaang, but they told me about an enclave on level nineteen where Klingons have been known to go. Something about live food."
      • Subcommander T'Pol
  • Disarming Dream
    • Game Play: The player's opponent names a species. The player than randomly selects a personnel of that species to be stopped. Card number 13C7.
    • Image Source: Lieutenant Commander Data having his arm removed in a dream in TNG: "Phantasms".
    • "I have had one hundred eleven dreams since I first discovered the program nine months ago. In all of that time, I have never experienced such strange and disturbing imagery in a dream. I believe it was ... a nightmare."
      • Lieutenant Commander Data
  • Distraction
    • Game Play: The player chooses a number of personnel who have a total cost of four or more to be stopped. Card number 13C8.
    • Image Source: Lieutenant Uhura speaks with Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu on the bridge of the ISS Enterprise in TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • "You aren't very persistent, Mr. Sulu. The game has rules; you're ignoring them. I protest... and you come back. You didn't... come... back."
      • Lieutenant Uhura
  • Fractured Time
    • Game Play: The player randomly selects nine personnel. All of the player's other personnel are removed from the game. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13C9.
    • Image Source: Several Worf's seen aboard the shuttlecraft Curie in TNG: "Parallels".
    • "In theory, the act of sealing the fissure should also restore the barriers between quantum states."
      • An alternate Lieutenant Commander Data
  • Infestation
    • Game Play: The player's opponent may have more than three copies of this card in his or her dilemma pile. The player's personnel can face more than one copy of this dilemma during each mission attempt. The player chooses a personnel to be stopped. Card number 13U10.
    • Image Source: Captain James T. Kirk receives a tray of food from a food synthesizer that is filled with tribbles in TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles".
    • "This is my chicken sandwich and coffee."
      • Captain James T. Kirk
  • Interphasic Effects
    • Game Play: The player's opponent places the top card of his or her dilemma pile face up beneath this mission. Unless the player has an Alternate Universe resident personnel, they randomly select a personnel to be killed and their opponent may choose to discard an event. Card number 13C11.
    • Image Source: Crewman Sussman found dead aboard the USS Defiant in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".
    • Crewman Sussman was just one of many that lost their lives aboard the USS Defiant in 2268.
  • Key to the Alpha Quadrant
    • Game Play: Unless the player has personnel with the skills of Astrometrics, Diplomacy, and Officer or Leadership, Security, and Treachery, the player randomly selects a personnel to be stopped, and if the opponent to the left of the player commands Mouth of the Wormhole, he or she scores five points. Card number 13U12.
    • Image Source: Lieutenant Commander Jadzia Dax stands next to an LCARS display depicting "Operation Return" in DS9: "Favor the Bold".
    • "By putting together a task force comprised of elements from the Second, Fifth and Ninth fleets, I believe that we can take back Deep Space Nine, the most important piece of real estate in the quadrant."
  • New Advancements
    • Game Play: Unless the player has personnel with the skills of Diplomacy, Leadership, and Navigation or a ship at a completed space mission, the player randomly selects a personnel to be stopped, and if the opponent to the left of the player commands Earth, he or she may search their draw deck for two Starfleet affiliation cards. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U13.
    • Image Source: The as-yet-unnamed Columbia NX-02 in spacedock in ENT: "The Expanse".
    • "She'll be ready to launch in fourteen months."
  • Paradan Replicant
    • Game Play: The player randomly selects a personnel to be stopped. If that personnel is not unique, the player removes all copies of that personnel in hand from the game, searches their draw deck for any additional copies of that personnel, removes them from the game, and shuffles their draw deck. Card number 13R14.
    • Image Source: Chief Miles O'Brien looks at his dead replicant after Dr. Julian Bashir examines him in DS9: "Whispers".
    • "There was a rumor you'd been abducted and replaced by a replicant."
      • Dr. Julian Bashir
  • Paranoid Escape - This card also has a foil version
    • Game Play: This dilemma is placed on the mission. The player randomly selects a personnel to be removed from the game. They cannot play any cards that have the same title as that personnel (i.e. same name). When the player completes the mission, they put the removed personnel in his or her owner's hand and this dilemma is overcome. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13R15.
    • Image Source: Dr. Leonard McCoy entering 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
  • Preventative Repercussions
    • Game Play: The player randomly selects three personnel. If the total cost of those personnel is five or less, they are killed. Otherwise, the player randomly selects one of those personnel to be stopped. Card number 13C16.
    • Image Source: The Xindi superweapon firing on Earth in ENT: "The Expanse".
    • "There's been an attack on Earth. ... A probe. They don't know where it came from."
      • Captain Jonathan Archer
  • Reflections
    • Game Play: The player reveals a number of cards from the top of their deck equal to the number of Alternate Universe resident cards that their opponent commands. For each event or interrupt revealed, the player's opponent chooses a personnel to be stopped. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13C17.
    • Image Source: Lieutenant Commander T'Pol performing a Vulcan mind meld on Commander Tucker in the mirror universe in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly".
    • "I lured you away from Engineering with the promise of a sexual encounter... Once we were alone in my quarters, I implanted a telepathic suggestion... I compelled you to sabotage the power grid."
      • Lieutenant Commander T'Pol
  • Security Weapons
    • Game Play: The player randomly selects a personnel to be stopped. If that personnel has a cost of two or less, he or she is killed instead. Card number 13C18.
    • "I'm detecting some kind of movement. ... It's heading in your direction. Moving fast."
      • Unknown
  • Shattered
    • Game Play: Unless the player has personnel with the skills of Anthropology, Leadership, and Science or Engineer, Transporters, and a combined total Cunning greater than 28, a personnel is randomly selected to be stopped, and if the opponent on the player's left does not command a headquarters mission, he or she may take a Voyager resident personnel from his or her discard pile and place him aboard his or her ship at a Delta Quadrant mission. Card number 13U19.
    • Image Source: The USS Voyager being struck by an energy discharge from a temporal anomaly in VOY: "Shattered".
    • "Different areas seem to exist in different time periods."
  • The Dal'Rok - This card also has a foil version
    • Game Play: Unless the player's personnel have a total cost greater than 17, for each headquarters mission the player commands, they randomly select a personnel to be killed and this dilemma returns to its owner's dilemma pile. Card number 13R20.
    • 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
  • The Secret War
    • Game Play: Unless the player has personnel with the skill so Honor, Officer, and a total Integrity greater than 34 or Security, Treachery, and a total Strength greater than 34, they randomly select a personnel to be stopped, and if the opponent on the player's left commands Athos IV, that personnel is returned to his or her owner's hand instead. Card number 13U21.
    • Image Source: Commander Benjamin Sisko, Major Kira Nerys and Lieutenant Jadzia Dax unconscious after being shot by Calvin Hudson in DS9: "The Maquis, Part II".
    • "I'm sorry we won't be working together, Benjamin... like old times."
      • Calvin Hudson

Equipment

  • Multidimensional Transporter Device
    • Game Play: If the player wishes, they may discard this equipment to exchange their personnel present with a personnel in hand. Both of those personnel must have the same card title. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13C22.
    • Image Source: The MTD on a desk in Benjamin Sisko's quarters, left by Jennifer Sisko in DS9: "Shattered Mirror".
    • "I guess you could say we just stepped through the looking glass."

Events

  • Bigger Tattoo
    • Game Play: This card plays in the main area. When the player draws dilemmas, if their opponent's personnel are attempting a space mission, the player may remove a planet dilemma they have drawn from the game to draw two additional dilemmas, and vice versa. Card number 13R23.
    • Image Source: Q attempting to attract Captain Kathryn Janeway in VOY: "The Q and the Grey".
  • Call of the Nagus
    • Game Play: The player may search their deck for three Ferengi affiliation personnel. They then choose an opponent to select two of those personnel to be placed beneath the player's Ferenginar (discard if the player does not command Ferenginar). The remaining personnel is placed in the player's hand. Discard this event. Card number 13C24.
    • Image Source: Commander Benjamin Sisko with the Grand Nagus's staff coercing Quark in coming on a mission in DS9: "The Search, Part I".
    • "Now, are you going to defy the wishes of the Grand Nagus himself?"
    • "No, no, of course not. I'm happy to serve the Nagus any way I can."
      • Commander Benjamin Sisko and Quark
  • Call to Arms
    • Game Play: This card plays in the main area. When the player wins combat or an engagement involving two of their personnel who both have a cost of four or more, they score ten points. Card number 13U25.
    • Image Source: The ISS Enterprise and two other ships in space in the opening credits of ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly" and "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".
    • "No crew in Starfleet has been tested more in battle. I know I can count on each of you to perform your duty to the best of your ability. Nothing will impede our march toward victory. Long live the Empire."
      • Captain Jonathan Archer
  • Captain's Log
    • Game Play: This card plays in the main area. While facing a dilemma, the player may exclude their corresponding Commander aboard his or her ship from random selections. Card number 13R26.
    • Image Source: Captain James T. Kirk on the bridge of the USS Enterprise in TOS: "The Naked Time".
    • "Captain's log, supplemental. Our orbit: tightening. Our need for efficiency: critical."
      • Captain James T. Kirk
  • Energize
    • Game Play: When there are four cards on this event, it is discarded. This card plays in the main area. At the start of each of the player's turns, they place the top card of their deck on this event. The first non-TNG resident personnel the player plays each turn reduces its cost by two for each card on this event. Card number 13U27.
    • Image Source: Lieutenant Commander Dax, Captain Benjamin Sisko, and Constable Odo beam off of Deep Space 9 in DS9: "To the Death".
  • Guardians Advice
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command three Alternate Universe resident personnel. This card plays in the main area. At the start of each of the player's turns, the opponent on their right places the top card of the player's dilemma pile beneath one of his or her non-headquarters missions. The player may spend two additional counters each turn. Card number 13R28.
    • Image Source: A Sphere Builder seen in ENT: "Countdown".
    • "The time lines are in constant flux. ... Unless that's the outcome you desire, I suggest you find a way to launch the weapon."
      • A Sphere Builder
  • Necessary Evil
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command three Alternate Universe resident personnel. The player may remove one of their personnel from the game. This event is then discarded. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13R29.
    • Image Source: Marlna Moreau at the controls for the tantalus field in TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • "You saved is back at Sickbay with the Tantalus field."
      • Captain James T. Kirk
  • One Man Cannot Summon the Future
    • Game Play: This card plays in the main area. When the player plays an Alternate Universe resident card, if they command two non-Alternate Universe resident personnel, they may draw a card and then place a card from hand on the bottom of their deck. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13C30.
    • Image Source: Commander Spock and Captain James T. Kirk speak aboard the ISS Enterprise in TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • "But one man can change the present."
      • Captain James T. Kirk
  • Predicament
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command three Alternate Universe resident personnel. This card plays in the main area. When a personnel that the opponent on the player's right commands begins a mission attempt, the player may discard this event to draw three extra dilemmas and spend three extra in total cost on dilemma. Card number 13U31.
    • Image Source: Elim Garak is held by a collar and chain by Regent Worf in DS9: "Shattered Mirror".
    • "... it would be an overstatement to imply that I alone was responsible for our defeat."
      • Elim Garak
  • Sabotaged Transporter
    • Game Play: This card plays in the main area. When a dilemma that the player owns is about to stop a personnel, they may discard a personnel who has a cost of four or more from hand to kill that personnel instead. Card number 13R32.
    • Image Source: Trentin Fala, dead due to a remat detonator in DS9: "The Darkness and the Light".
    • Via direct sabotage or accidental equipment malfunction, converting the body into billions of kiloquads of data and zipping them through subspace can be dangerous.
  • Seasoned Leader
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command three Alternate Universe resident, Starfleet affiliation personnel. This card plays in the main area. When the player plays a personnel who has a cost of four or more, they may choose one of the following options: draw a card; search their draw deck for a Starfleet affiliation personnel with the skill of Leadership; or shuffle up to two cards from hand into their owner's deck. Card number 13C33.
    • Image Source: Lieutenant Commander T'Pol in command of the ISS Enterprise's bridge in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly".
    • Command is often decided by force or treachery rather than logic or rules.
  • Strange New Worlds
    • Game Play: This card play's on an opponent's mission. This card replaces the mission's requirements (and alternate requirements in game text) with the skills of Anthropology, Diplomacy, Law, and a total Integrity greater than 32. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13R34.
    • Image Source: Subcommander T'Pol on Rigel X in ENT: "Broken Bow".
    • "You should learn to objectify other cultures, so you know when to interfere, and when not to."
      • Subcommander T'Pol
  • Temporal Flux Energy Ribbon - This card also has a foil version
    • 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 13R35.
    • 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."
      • Guinan describing the effects of the Nexus.
  • The Inner Light
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must not command any Borg affiliation cards. This card plays in the main area. When this event is played, the player may play an Alternate Universe resident personnel aboard their ship. That personnel loses each of his or her icons (except for the Alternate Universe resident and those in game text), gains the Staff ability icon, and becomes a Non-Aligned personnel. When this event is discarded, the personnel is killed. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13R36.
    • Image Source: Captain Jean-Luc Picard as Kamin looking at the village of Ressik on Kataan in TNG: "The Inner Light".
    • "Where is this...?"
      • Captain Jean-Luc Picard
  • These Are The Voyages
    • Game Play: The player may draw a number of cards equal to the cost of one of their personnel, then place three cards from hand on the bottom of their deck in any order. This event is discarded. Card number 13C37.
    • Image Source: Enterprise over Earth in the opening credits of Star Trek: Enterprise.
    • "Up until about 100 years ago, there was one question that burned in every human, that made us study the stars and dream of traveling to them. Are we alone?... We are all explorers driven to know what's over the horizon, what's beyond our own shores."
      • Unknown
  • To Be A Warrior
    • Game Play: This card plays in the main area. When the player's Klingon personnel who has a cost of four or more is about to be killed by a dilemma, the player may discard this event instead. Card number 13C38.
    • Image Source: Ch'Targh and Alexander Rozhenko fight in the mess hall of the IKS Rotarran in DS9: "Sons and Daughters".
    • "Ch'Targh might have cut him a little, maybe broken a few bones, but nothing more. You say Alexander never wanted to become a warrior. Clearly he has changed his mind."
  • Unimatrix Zero
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command three Borg affiliation personnel. When the player plays this event, for each unique Borg personnel that they command, this event's cost reduces by one. This card plays in the main area. The player may spend an additional counter each turn. Each unique personnel the player commands gains an Alternate Universe residency. Card number 13R39.
    • Image Source: The Borg Queen stands in Unimatrix Zero with a boy in VOY: "Unimatrix Zero, Part II".
    • "Assimilate you. Yes, but that's nothing to be afraid of. You like having friends, don't you? Assimilation turns us all into friends."
      • Borg Queen
  • Vorta Experiment Tables
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command three Dominion affiliation personnel. This card plays in the main area. Each personnel the player owns whose cost is four or more gains an Alternate Universe residency. When the player completes a mission that requires Cunning, they score five points. Card number 13U40.
    • Image Source: Borath's laboratory on the Founders' homeworld in DS9: "The Search, Part II".
    • "... a little experiment. To see how they'd respond to an attempt by the Dominion to gain a foothold in the Alpha Quadrant."
      • Borath
  • Watchdog
    • Game Play: To play this event, the player must command three Alternate Universe resident, Starfleet affiliation personnel. This card plays in the main area. While the player's personnel are facing a dilemma, they may play interrupts on this event as if they were in held in their hand. If the player wishes, they may place an interrupt from hand on this event without it actually "activating." This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13C41.
    • Image Source: Porthos in his quarters in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly".
    • "Don't mind Porthos. He hasn't had his dinner yet."
      • Commander Jonathan Archer

Interrupts

  • Brutal Experiments
    • Game Play: When any number of the player's Alternate Universe resident personnel facing a dilemma are about to be killed, the player may discard a non-Hand Weapon equipment present to prevent that. Those personnel are stopped instead. Card number 13R42.
    • Image Source: Dr. Phlox dissecting an alien organism in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly".
    • It was ruthless cruelty that kept the Empire alive for so long.
  • Standard Punishment
    • Game Play: When the player's personnel are attempting a mission, they may make each of their Alternate Universe resident personnel increase their attributes by one until the end of this mission attempt. Card number 13U43.
    • Image Source: Pavel Chekov in the agony booth in TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • "The agony booth is a most effective means of discipline."
      • Commander Spock

Missions

  • Critical Care
    • Game Play: When the player completes this mission, they may take up to three personnel in their discard pile and place each on the bottom of his or her owner's decks. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U44.
    • Image Source: Dinaal seen in VOY: "Critical Care".
    • "As soon as we get the cytoglobin, we'll be able to treat all the Level Red patients, including him."
  • Historical Research
    • Game Play: At the start of the player's turn, if this is their first turn and any opponent has had a turn, they may search their draw deck for a personnel. Card number 13U45.
    • "Time is fluid... like a river with currents, eddies, backwash."
      • Unknown
  • Investigate Derelict
    • Game Play: When the player completes this mission, if an opponent has had more turns than the player, the player may restore all Range to all of their ships at this mission used this turn. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U46.
    • Image Source: The Seleya in a Delphic Expanse asteroid field in ENT: "Impulse".
    • "I can guess why they were interested in this field."
      • Commander Charles Tucker III

Personnel

Bajoran

  • Bareil Antos, Petty Thief
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands a personnel with the skill of Anthropology, this personnel's cost is reduced by two. If the player wishes, they may discard a personnel who has a cost of four or more from hand to take a card that has a cost of four or more from their discard pile into hand. Card number 13R47.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Bareil Antos on Deep Space 9's transporter pad in DS9: "Resurrection".
  • Kira Nerys, Resourceful Prisoner
    • Game Play: At the start of each of the player's turns, if this personnel is in the player's discard pile or an opponent's brig, the player may remove an Alternate Universe resident personnel in their discard pile from the game to place this personnel on a headquarters mission where she could normally be played. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13R48.
    • Image Source: The Intendant in a holding cell in DS9: "Shattered Mirror".
    • "Why don't you lower this force field and join me in here?"
      • Intendant Kira Nerys
  • Leeta, Enticing Rebel
    • Game Play: When this personnel is randomly selected by a dilemma, the player may search their draw deck for a card and place that card in their discard pile. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U49
    • Image Source: Leeta on Terok Nor in DS9: "The Emperor's New Cloak".
    • "Captain Smiley wants me to debrief you."
      • Leeta
  • Odo, Efficient Overseer
    • Game Play: While this personnel is attempting a mission, the player may kill one of their personnel to make this personnel gain a skill from a personnel in their discard pile who has a cost of four or more until the end of that mission attempt. Card number 13R50.
    • Image Source: The mirror Odo in the ore processing center in DS9: "Crossover".
    • "They all behave themselves when I'm in charge."
      • Odo

Borg

  • Six of Ten, Invalidation Drone
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands a unique personnel, this personnel's cost is reduced by one. At the start of each of the player's turns, they may discard a card from hand that has a cost of four or more to search their draw deck for a card that has a cost of four or more. Card number 13U51.
    • Image Source: The drone aboard a Borg vessel in VOY: "Unimatrix Zero, Part II".
    • Task: Identify aberrations in newly assimilated drones. Eliminate.

Cardassian

  • Damar, Cardassian Liberator
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, the player may examine cards from the top of their draw deck equal to the cost of a personnel they command. They may then take up to two cards examined into hand. The remaining cards are discarded. Card number 13R52.
    • Image Source: Legate Damar aboard a Jem'Hadar vessel in DS9: "Strange Bedfellows".
    • "How many more of these sacrifices will my people be asked to make?"
      • Legate Damar
  • Elim Garak, Crafty Underling - This card also has a foil version
    • 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 this personnel gain a skill of the player's choice until the end of that mission attempt. Card number 13R53.
    • Image Source: The mirror Garak in chains in DS9: "Shattered Mirror".
    • "I thought that we'd agreed that it was the Intendant who was incompetent. I was merely following her orders."
      • Gul Elim Garak
  • Mardel, Overseer
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma, the player may discard a personnel from hand to add his or her cost to this personnel's attributes until the end of that dilemma. Card number 13U54.
    • Image Source: Overseer Mardel in the ore processing center on Terok Nor in DS9: "Through the Looking Glass".
    • Less demanding than his predecessor but just as hated by the Terran slaves who worked under him.

Dominion

  • Deyos, Ruthless Administrator
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands a Vorta, this personnel's cost is reduced by one. While this personnel is attempting a mission, the player may meet the attribute requirements of Integrity and Strength with Cunning instead. Card number 13U55.
    • Image Source: Deyos surrounded by Jem'Hadar in Internment Camp 371 in DS9: "By Inferno's Light".
    • "Shoot them both."
      • Deyos
  • Gor, Thot - This card also has a foil version
    • 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 13R56.
    • 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.
  • Lam
    • Game Play: To play this personnel, the player must stop any number of their personnel that have a total cost of four or more (i.e. two personnel with a cost of two each, four personnel with a cost of one each, etc). Card number 13C57.
    • Image Source: Lam seen in DS9: "Strange Bedfellows".
    • "I'm sure you've read the intelligence reports that say their homeworld is a frozen wasteland. Well, it's not true. The climate on their planet is quite comfortable."
      • Weyoun
  • Pran, Thot - This card also has a foil version
    • 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 discard his or her entire hand. Card number 13R58.
    • Image Source: Thot Pran seen in DS9: "Tacking Into the Wind".
    • "Breen harbor little patience for their captives."
      • Unknown

Federation

  • Beverly Crusher, Battleship Doctor
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands an Alternate Universe, TNG resident personnel with the skill of Officer, this personnel's cost is reduced by one. When the player's TNG resident personnel present who has a cost of four or more is about to be killed by a dilemma, the player may discard a card from hand to stop that personnel instead. Card number 13C59.
    • Image Source: An alternate Beverly Crusher in sickbay in TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise".
    • "I'll have to get her back... it's more than I can do here."
  • Data, Battleship Officer
    • Game Play: While the player's TNG resident personnel who has a cost of four or more is present, this personnel cannot be stopped by dilemmas. Card number 13C60.
    • Image Source: Lieutenant Commander Data in a turbolift in TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise".
    • "The possibilities are too numerous even for me to calculate..."
      • Lieutenant Commander Data
  • Erika Benteen, Leyton's Adjunct
    • Game Play: While this personnel uses a skill to complete a mission, the player may discard a personnel who has a cost of four or more from hand to unstop all of their stopped Federation affiliation personnel at this mission. Card number 13R61.
    • Image Source: Commander Erika Benteen at Starfleet Headquarters in DS9: "Homefront".
    • "Admiral, my orders were to disable the Defiant, not destroy her."
      • Commander Erika Benteen
  • Farrell
    • Game Play: While the player commands an Alternate Universe resident personnel, this personnel's cost may be increased by two to make each player search their draw deck for a unique personnel. Card number 13C62.
    • Image Source: Farrel, a personal guard, aboard the ISS Enterprise in TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • Higher ranking officers were often escorted by henchmen and bodyguards.
  • Hikaru Sulu, Savage Security Chief
    • Game Play: While the player commands an Alternate Universe resident personnel, this personnel's cost may be increased by one so that the player can draw a card for each of their TOS resident personnel with the skill of Treachery. If this is done, the player then places the same number of cards from their hand on the bottom of their deck in any order. Card number 13C63.
    • Image Source: Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu from the mirror universe brandishing a dagger in TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • "Mr. Spock has orders to kill you, Captain. ... You will also appear to have killed him after a fierce battle. ... it will leave me in command."
      • Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu
  • Jean-Luc Picard, Battleship Captain
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands two TNG resident personnel who both have a cost of four or more, the player may search their draw deck for a card of their choosing. Card number 13C64.
    • Image Source: An alternate Captain Jean-Luc Picard on the bridge of the USS Enterprise-D in TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise".
    • "Attack pattern Sierra. And fire."
      • Captain Jean-Luc Picard
  • James T. Kirk, Brutal Barbarian - This card also has a foil version
    • Game Play: While the player commands an Alternate Universe resident personnel, this card's cost may be increased by two so that this personnel may 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 this turn. Card number 13R65.
    • Image Source: James T. Kirk, posing as his mirror counterpart, in TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • "You would find me a formidable enemy."
      • Captain James T. Kirk
  • Keiko O'Brien, Botanist
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, the player may examine the top four cards of their deck. They may reveal a card that has a cost of four or more and take it into their hand. They then place the remaining cards on the bottom of their deck in any order. Card number 13U66.
    • Image Source: Mrs. O'Brien having dinner in TNG: "The Wounded".
    • "Kelp buds, plankton loaf, and sea berries. It's very healthy. I had this for breakfast every morning when I was growing up."
      • Keiko O'Brien
  • Leonard H. McCoy, Fiendish Physician
    • Game Play: While the player commands an Alternate Universe resident personnel, this personnel's cost may be increased by three so that the player may name a personnel. Each opponent kills each personnel he or she commands with that card title. Card number 13R67.
    • Image Source: Dr. Leonard H. McCoy, posing as his mirror counterpart in, TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • "My Sickbay's a chamber of horrors."
      • Dr. Leonard McCoy
  • Lwaxana Troi, Extravagant Ambassador
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands three Federation affiliation personnel, her cost is reduced by five. Card number 13C68.
    • Image Source: Lwaxana Troi having dinner in TNG: "Manhunt".
    • "You're dealing with the Daughter of the Fifth House, Keeper of the Chalice of Rixx, Heir of the Holy Rings of Betazed."
      • Ambassador Lwaxana Troi
  • Marlena Moreau
    • Game Play: While the player commands an Alternate Universe resident personnel, this personnel's cost may be increased by one to make each player discard a personnel from hand. Card number 13C69.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Marlena Moreau in Captain Kirk's quarters in TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • "I've been a captain's woman, and I like it. I'll be one again if I have to go through every officer in the fleet."
      • Lieutenant Marlena Moreau
  • Montgomery Scott, Uncivilized Engineer
    • Game Play: While the player commands an Alternate Universe resident personnel, this personnel's cost may be increased by two to make each player discard an event he or she commands. Card number 13U70.
    • Image Source: Lieutenant Commander Scott, posing as his mirror counterpart, near the Main Phaser Power Control room in TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • A relentless taskmaster, Chief Engineer Scott's department has the highest rate of turnover on the ship.
  • Pavel A. Chekov, Treacherous Underling
    • Game Play: While the player commands an Alternate Universe resident personnel, this personnel's cost may be increased by one to make each player draw two cards and then place two cards from hand on the bottom of his or her deck in any order. Card number 13C71.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe's Ensign Chekov giving Captain Kirk a treacherous smile in TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • "So you die, Captain, and we all move up in rank."
      • Ensign Pavel Chekov
  • Revised Chakotay, Imposturous First Officer
    • Game Play: When one of the player's personnel present is about to be stopped or killed by a dilemma, the player may discard a card titled Chakotay or Revised Chakotay from hand to prevent that. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U72.
    • Image Source: The "evil" holographic version of Chakotay seen in The Voyager Encounter in VOY: "Living Witness".
    • "I'm a man of peace. My native people are enlightened, non-violent, much like your own. I'm saddened that this has happened to you. If we can work together, maybe we can end this conflict."
      • Commander Chakotay
  • Revised Doctor, Mass Murderer
    • Game Play: The player may discard a card titled The Doctor or Revised Doctor from hand to search their draw deck for an interrupt. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U73.
    • Image Source: A hologram of the Emergency Medical Android in his sickbay in VOY: "Living Witness".
    • "We have established a data-link between my neural net and the phaser array. I am reconfiguring the beam to carry a bio-agent into the planet's atmosphere."
      • The Emergency Medical Android
  • Revised Janeway, Cold-Blooded Killer
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma, the player may discard a card titled Kathryn Janeway or Revised Janeway from hand to make this personnel increased her Cunning and Strength by five until the end of that dilemma. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U74.
    • Image Source: An "evil" holographic version of Captain Janeway aboard the Warship Voyager in VOY: "Living Witness".
    • "When diplomacy fails, there's only one alternative - violence. Force must be applied without apology. It's the Starfleet way."
      • Captain Kathryn Janeway
  • Revised Kim, Interrogator
    • Game Play: While this personnel is attempting a mission, the player may discard a Hologram from hand to give this personnel one of the discarded Hologram's skills until the end of the mission attempt. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U75.
    • Image Source: An "evil" holographic version of Harry Kim in VOY: "Living Witness".
    • "Look, I can keep this up all day. Tell the Commander what he wants to know."
      • Lieutenant Harry Kim
  • Revised Neelix, Hedgehog Ops Officer
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma, the player may discard a card titled Neelix or Revised Neelix from their hand to make each of their personnel with the skill of Treachery present increase their attributes by one until the end of that dilemma. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U76.
    • Image Source: An "evil" holographic version of Neelix in the briefing room of the Warship Voyager in VOY: "Living Witness".
    • "Approximately three thousand Kyrians dead."
      • Neelix
  • Revised Paris, Female Ensign Chaser
    • Game Play: The player may discard a card titled Tom Paris or Revised Paris from hand to make each of their Future resident, Voyager resident Holograms gain the Command ability until the end of the turn. This may be done only once each turn. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U77.
    • Image Source: An "evil" holographic version of Tom Paris at the helm of the Warship Voyager in VOY: "Living Witness".
    • "No one behaved like this. Well, aside from Mister Paris."
      • The Doctor
  • Revised Seven of Nine, Shock-Trooper
    • Game Play: The player may discard a card titled Seven of Nine or Revised Seven of Nine from hand to choose one of the following options: they may place a personnel present on the bottom of his or her owner's deck; or take a Future resident, Voyager resident Hologram from their discard pile into hand. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U78.
    • Image Source: A fully Borg holographic version of Seven of Nine in Main Engineering aboard the Warship Voyager in VOY: "Living Witness".
    • "Two of the Kyrians are still alive. What shall we do with them?"
      • Seven of Nine
  • Revised Tuvok, Evil Instrument of Destruction
    • Game Play: At the start of each of the player's turns, they may discard a card titled Tuvok or Revised Tuvok from hand to search their draw deck for a Future resident, Voyager resident Hologram. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U79.
    • Image Source: An "evil" holographic version of Tuvok at the Tactical station aboard the Warship Voyager in VOY: "Living Witness".
    • "The bio-agent is still dispersing through the atmosphere. The fatality rate will be three hundred thousand soon enough."
      • Lieutenant Commander Tuvok
  • Spock, Man of Integrity - This card also has a foil version
    • Game Play: While the player commands an Alternate Universe resident personnel, this personnel's cost may be increased by two to make each player place a personnel from hand on a headquarters mission where that personnel could normally be played. Card number 13R80.
    • Image Source: The mirror Spock at his station aboard the ISS Enterprise in TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • "I do not desire the captaincy. I much prefer my scientific duties."
      • Commander Spock
  • Uhura, Unprincipled Technician
    • Game Play: While the player commands an Alternate Universe resident personnel, this personnel's cost may be increased by two to make each player discard two cards from hand. Card number 13C81.
    • Image Source: Lieutenant Uhura, posing as her mirror counterpart, at her station aboard the ISS Enterprise in TOS: "Mirror, Mirror".
    • "I was... getting bored."
      • Lieutenant Uhura
  • Wesley Crusher, Battleship Helmsman
    • Game Play: While the player's TNG resident personnel who has a cost of four or more is present, the ship this personnel is aboard increases its attributes by one and this personnel gains the skills of Geology and Science. Card number 13C82.
    • Image Source: An alternate Ensign Wesley Crusher at the helm of the USS Enterprise-D in TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise".
    • "Long-range scans have picked up Klingon battle cruisers, Captain. They are on an intercept course."
      • Ensign Wesley Crusher
  • William T. Riker, Battleship First Officer
    • Game Play: While the player's TNG resident personnel who has a cost of four or more is present, this personnel's attributes are increased by two. Card number 13C83.
    • Image Source: An alternate Commander William T. Riker at the tactical station aboard the USS Enterprise-D in TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise".
    • "They shouldn't be so confident after the pasting we gave them at Archer IV."
      • Commander William T. Riker
  • Worf, Defiant Commander - This card also has a foil version
    • Game Play: Each of the player's personnel present who has a cost of four or more increases their attributes by one. Card number 13R84.
    • Image Source: A promotional picture of Lieutenant Commander Worf, set sometime after DS9: "Rapture".
    • "Life is a great deal more complicated in this red uniform."
      • Lieutenant Commander Worf

Ferengi

  • Brunt, Nice Guy
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, the player chooses one of the following options: search their draw deck for an Alternate Universe resident personnel; or search their draw deck for a Ferengi affiliation ship. Card number 13U85.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Brunt aboard Terok Nor in DS9: "The Emperor's New Cloak".
    • "You two must be hungry. I've got food and drink waiting for you on the ship."
      • Brunt
  • Gint, The First Grand Nagus
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands a personnel with the skill of Acquisition, this personnel's cost is reduced by three. While the player commands four cards that each have a cost of four ore more, the player may spend an additional counter each turn. Card number 13U86.
    • Image Source: The first Grand Nagus in Quark's dream in DS9: "Body Parts".
    • "Would you buy a book called 'Suggestions for Acquisition?'"
      • Grand Nagus Gint
  • Nog, Bar Owner
    • Game Play: While the player has six or more cards in hand, this personnel's attributes are increased by three. While the player commands more events than an opponent, and if the player commands Ferenginar, that opponent's events cannot destroy the player's event. Card number 13U87.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Nog, at his bar, in DS9: "Shattered Mirror".
    • "I don't care about some parallel universe. I only care about this one."
      • Nog
  • Quark, Simple Barkeep
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, the player may search their draw deck for a card and place it beneath their Ferenginar. At the start of each of the player's turns, they may place one of their non-Ferengi affiliation personnel present on the bottom of his or her owner's deck to spend two additional counters this turn. Card number 13R88.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Quark, in his bar, in DS9: "Crossover".
    • "Gold-pressed what?"
      • Quark
  • Rom, Professional Soldier
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma, the player may exchange two cards in hand with an interrupt beneath the player's Ferenginar. Card number 13U89.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Rom, with Terran Rebellion personnel, in DS9: "Through the Looking Glass".
    • "I say we teach the Alliance a lesson. Throw everything we've got at Terok Nor and rip it to pieces."
      • Rom

Klingon

  • Grilka, Glorious Lady
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands a personnel with the skill of Honor, this personnel's cost is reduced by one. While this personnel is facing a dilemma, the cost of the personnel in the player's discard pile that is the highest is added to her attributes. Card number 13R90.
    • Image Source: The Lady Grilka in her home on Qo'noS in DS9: "The House of Quark".
    • "The recent hostilities between the Empire and the Federation have been... very costly to my family."
      • Grilka
  • Telok, Bodyguard
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands three Alternate Universe resident cards, they may draw up to two cards. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U91.
    • Image Source: The Klingon warrior Telok in the mirror universe in DS9: "Crossover".
    • "What's wrong, Terran? Lost your nerve? Afraid to die today, eh?"
      • Telok

Non-Aligned

  • Ezri Tigan, Soldier of Fortune
    • Game Play: When this personnel is stopped by a dilemma, the player chooses an opponent and places this personnel at the opponent's headquarters mission. That opponent now commands this personnel. Card number 13C92.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Ezri Tigan aboard the Regent's flagship in DS9: "The Emperor's New Cloak".
    • "I believe in getting paid for my work. And you still owe me for the last job I did for you."
      • Ezri Tigan
  • Jadzia Dax, Soldier of Fortune
    • Game Play: When this personnel is randomly selected by a dilemma, the player may draw cards up to the cost of a personnel present, then place the same number of cards from hand on the bottom of their deck in any order. Card number 13C93.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Jadzia Dax with the Terran Rebellion in DS9: "Through the Looking Glass".
    • "Sometimes I feel we were better off when we were collecting tribute for the Intendant."
      • Jadzia Dax
  • Julian Bashir, Rebel Captain
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, the player chooses an opponent. For each headquarters missions he or she commands, this personnel's cost is reduced by three. Card number 13C94.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Julian Bashir in DS9: "Shattered Mirror".
    • "Captain Bashir, Captain O'Brien, Captain Sisko. We may not have enough weapons or troops or ships but we have plenty of captains."
      • Smiley
  • Laas, One of the 100
    • Game Play: The cost of the personnel present that has is the highest is added to this personnel's attributes. Card number 13R95.
    • Image Source: Laas aboard Deep Space 9 in DS9: "Chimera".
    • "Let's leave, Odo. Let's find the others. A hundred were sent away. They're out there somewhere, and if we can find even a few of them, we can form a new Link."
      • Laas
  • Slar, Gorn Slave Master - This card also has a foil version
    • 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 13R96.
    • Image Source: Slar, aboard the USS Defiant in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".
    • "I'm familiar with your species. Humans are not trustworthy."
      • Slar
  • Tuvok, Coldly Logical Soldier
    • Game Play: When the player searches their deck for a card, if they command an Alternate Universe resident personnel and they have not searched their deck for a card titled Tuvok this turn, they may also search their deck and find this personnel. This may be done while this personnel is still in the player's deck. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13R97.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Tuvok in DS9: "Through the Looking Glass".
    • "Nonetheless, logic dictates caution in the face of a superior enemy."
      • Tuvok
  • Weyoun, Defective Clone
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands a personnel with the skill of Law, this personnel's cost is reduced by one. When a personnel present who has a cost of four ore more is randomly selected by a dilemma, the player may replace him or her with this personnel. Card number 13U98.
    • Image Source: Weyoun number six aboard the USS Rio Grande in DS9: "Treachery, Faith and the Great River".
    • "I no longer consider myself a member of the Dominion."
      • Weyoun

Romulan

  • Data, From the City of Rateg
    • Game Play: The player names a dilemma. While this personnel is facing that dilemma, he cannot be killed or stopped. This effect lasts until the player names a new dilemma. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13R99.
    • Image Source: Data, posing as a Romulan in TNG: "Unification I".
    • "I have unique skills that may permit me to succeed."
      • Lieutenant Commander Data
  • Rekar, Tool of the Tal Shiar
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, if the player commands a personnel with the skill of Intelligence, this personnel's cost is reduced by one. When the player's Romulan affiliation personnel present who has a cost of four or more attempts a non-Romulan affiliation mission, the player subtracts one from the number of dilemmas that their opponent can draw. Card number 13U100.
    • Image Source: Commander Rekar aboard the USS Prometheus in VOY: "Message in a Bottle".
  • Jera
    • Game Play: The player may play this personnel aboard their Romulan affiliation ship. When this personnel is randomly selected by a dilemma, she is returned to her owner's hand. Card number 13C101.
    • Image Source: A quantum singularity lifeform posing as a Romulan, aboard the USS Enterprise-D in TNG: "Timescape".
  • Tomek, Displaced Alien
    • Game Play: The player may play this personnel aboard their Romulan affiliation ship. When the player plays an Alternate Universe resident personnel, they may discard an Alternate Universe resident card from hand to search their draw deck for an interrupt. Card number 13C102.
    • Image Source: A quantum singularity lifeform posing as a Romulan, aboard a Romulan warbird in TNG: "Timescape".
    • "Yes... our young... are trapped... We must get them out... return them..."
      • Tomek

Starfleet

  • Brennan Scott
    • Game Play: This personnel's attributes are decreased for each card in the player's hand. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13C103.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe MACO Brennan Scott in a corridor aboard the USS Defiant in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".
    • Corporal Brennan Scott was a MACO assigned to the ISS Enterprise."
  • Charles Tucker III, Competent Engineer
    • Game Play: While the player has no cards in their hand, card their opponent owns cannot destroy the player's events. Card number 13C104.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Commander Tucker in engineering in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly".
    • "You don't want to end up like me, do you? I've absorbed enough delta rays to guarantee my grandchildren glow in the dark."
      • Commander Charles Tucker III
  • Hoshi Sato, Captain's Woman
    • Game Play: While the player has no cards in hand, this personnel and each of the player's personnel with the skill of Leadership that are present increase their attributes by one. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U105.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Hoshi Sato on the bridge of the ISS Enterprise in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly".
    • "And I'm probably the only one who doesn't want to slip a knife in your back."
      • Ensign Hoshi Sato
  • Hoshi Sato, Empress
    • Game Play: This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13C106.
    • Image Source: The self-proclaimed Empress Sato on the USS Defiant in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".
    • "You are speaking to Empress Sato."
  • Jonathan Archer, Covetous Commander - This card also has a foil version
    • 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 "Watch Dog". This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13R107.
    • 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
  • Logan Black
    • Game Play: When this personnel is played, the player may discard a card from hand to search their deck for either a Maneuver card or an Alternate Universe resident, Starfleet affiliation ship. Card number 13C108.
    • Image Source: Admiral Black aboard the USS Defiant in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".
    • "With the technology on this ship at our disposal, the rebels won't stand a chance."
      • Admiral Logan Black
  • Malcolm Reed, Enthusiastic Major
    • Game Play: While the player's MACO is present, if they have no cards in hand, this personnel's attributes are increased by one and he gains the skills of Leadership and Security. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13C109.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Malcolm Reed, still in his environmental suit, in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".
    • "Reed's a capable soldier, but he has trouble following orders, and I know he has ambitions of his own."
      • Captain Maximilian Forrest
  • Maximilian Forrest, Confident Captain
    • Game Play: While this personnel is facing a dilemma, if the player has no cards in hand, this personnel cannot be placed in an opponent's brig or be killed. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13R110.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Maximilian Forrest aboard the ISS Enterprise in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly".
    • "We're going to rendezvous with the fleet as ordered. ... Maybe you haven't heard, but we have a rebellion to put down."
      • Captain Maximilian Forrest
  • Phlox, Sadistic Physiologist
    • Game Play: If the player has no cards in hand, each opponent must kill one of his or her non-unique personnel. This may be done only once each turn. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13R111.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Dr. Phlox, in his sickbay, in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly".
    • "If you're angry now, just wait."
      • Dr. Phlox
  • Soval, Idealist
    • Game Play: While the player has no cards in hand, this personnel gains the skills of Biology, Exobiology, and Geology. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U112.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Soval, in his quarters aboard the ISS Avenger in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".
    • "I'm too old to become a revolutionary."
      • Soval
  • T'Pol, Dutiful Commander
    • 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 also has a foil version'
    • 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 are increased by one. Card number 13R114.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Lieutenant Commander T'Pol stands 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
  • Travis Mayweather, Opportunistic Sergeant
    • Game Play: When this personnel is an eligible target for a random selection, if the player has no cards in hand, they may exclude a Starfleet affiliation personnel present from that selection. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U115.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Travis Mayweather holds a rifle in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly".
    • "I'd like to be the first to congratulate you on a brilliant strategy. I'm certain that in years to come..."
      • Sergeant Travis Mayweather

Ships

Dominion

  • Tykk - This card also has a foil version
    • 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 13R116.
    • Image Source: A Breen warship seen in DS9: "Strange Bedfellows".
    • The Breen developed technology to the point where their enemies could not cope with their brutal attacks.

Federation

  • USS Enterprise-D, Battleship
    • Game Play: When the player wins an engagement involving this ship, they may score five points. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13C117.
    • Image Source: An alternate USS Enterprise-D firing a spread of photon torpedoes in TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise".
    • "She was the first Galaxy-class warship built by the Federation. Forty-two decks. Capable of transporting over six thousand troops."
      • Lieutenant Natasha Yar
  • USS Lakota, Modified Starship - This card also has a foil version
    • Game Play: This ship increases its attributes by two for each corresponding Commander aboard it. Card number 13R118.
    • 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."
      • Chief Miles O'Brien

Non-Aligned

  • Defiant, Mirror Warship - This card also has a foil version
    • 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 13R119.
    • Image Source: The mirror universe Defiant seen in DS9: "Shattered Mirror"
    • "Well, right now it's a little too powerful for its own good."
      • Smiley
  • Phoenix, Risen From the Ashes - This card also has a foil version
    • 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 13R120.
    • 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."

Starfleet

  • ISS Avenger, Admiral's Ship
    • Game Play: To play this ship, the player must command three Alternate Universe resident personnel. The player may discard a card from hand to increase this ship's attributes by one (limit of two) until the end of the turn. This card is First Edition compatible. Card number 13U121.
    • Image Source: The ISS Avenger at warp in ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".
    • "Our entire assault fleet wiped out by a rebel attack. Thousands of your fellow Starfleet officers dead. If the Defiant hadn't arrived when it did, all of you would be among them. And who are we to blame for this? Not the brave men and woman who have their lives for the Empire."
      • Captain Jonathan Archer
  • ISS Enterprise, Terran Flagship - This card also has a foil version
    • 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 13R122.
    • 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

Type and AffiliationTitleRarityCard #
Dilemma Aftereffects Common 13C1
Dilemma Alien Conspiracy Common 13C2
Dilemma Captured by the Breen Uncommon 13U3
Dilemma Chula: The Dice Rare 13R4
Dilemma Crew Advancement Common 13C5
Dilemma Dangerous Missions Uncommon 13U6
Dilemma Disarming Dream Common 13C7
Dilemma Distraction Common 13C8
Dilemma Fractured Time Common 13C9
Dilemma Infestation Uncommon 13U10
Dilemma Interphasic Effects Common 13C11
Dilemma Key to the Alpha Quadrant Uncommon 13U12
Dilemma New Advancements Uncommon 13U13
Dilemma Paradan Replicant Rare 13R14
Dilemma Paranoid Escape Rare 13R15
Dilemma Preventative Repercussions Common 13C16
Dilemma Reflections Common 13C17
Dilemma Security Weapons Common 13C18
Dilemma Shattered Uncommon 13U19
Dilemma The Dal'Rok Rare 13R20
Dilemma The Secret War Uncommon 13U21
Equipment Multidimensional Transporter Device Common 13C22
Event Bigger Tattoo Rare 13R23
Event Call of the Nagus Common 13C24
Event Call to Arms Uncommon 13U25
Event Captain's Log Rare 13R26
Event Energize Uncommon 13U27
Event Guardians Advice Rare 13R28
Event Necessary Evil Rare 13R29
Event One Man Cannot Summon the Future Common 13C30
Event Predicament Uncommon 13U31
Event Sabotaged Transporter Rare 13R32
Event Seasoned Leader Common 13C33
Event Strange New Worlds Rare 13R34
Event Temporal Flux Energy Ribbon Rare 13R35
Event The Inner Light Rare 13R36
Event These Are The Voyages Common 13C37
Event To Be A Warrior Common 13C38
Event Unimatrix Zero Rare 13R39
Event Vorta Experiment Tables Uncommon 13U40
Event Watchdog Common 13C41
Interrupt Brutal Experiments Rare 13R42
Interrupt Standard Punishment Uncommon 13U43
Mission Critical Care Uncommon 13U44
Mission Historical Research Uncommon 13U45
Mission Investigate Derelict Uncommon 13U46
Personnel - Bajoran Bareil Antos, Petty Thief Rare 13R47
Personnel - Bajoran Kira Nerys, Resourceful Prisoner Rare 13R48
Personnel - Bajoran Leeta, Enticing Rebel Uncommon 13U49
Personnel - Bajoran Odo, Efficient Overseer Rare 13R50
Personnel - Borg Six of Ten, Invalidation Drone Uncommon 13U51
Personnel - Cardassian Damar, Cardassian Liberator Uncommon 13U52
Personnel - Cardassian Elim Garak, Crafty Underling Rare 13R53
Personnel - Cardassian Mardel, Overseer Uncommon 13U54
Personnel - Dominion Deyos, Ruthless Administrator Uncommon 13U55
Personnel - Dominion Gor, Thot Rare 13R56
Personnel - Dominion Lam Common 13C57
Personnel - Dominion Pran, Thot Rare 13R58
Personnel - Federation Beverly Crusher, Battleship Doctor Common 13C59
Personnel - Federation Data, Battleship Officer Common 13C60
Personnel - Federation Erika Benteen, Leyton's Adjunct Rare 13R61
Personnel - Federation Farrell Common 13C62
Personnel - Federation Hikaru Sulu, Savage Security Chief Common 13C63
Personnel - Federation Jean-Luc Picard, Battleship Captain Common 13C64
Personnel - Federation James T. Kirk, Brutal Barbarian Rare 13R65
Personnel - Federation Keiko O'Brien, Botanist Uncommon 13U66
Personnel - Federation Leonard H. McCoy, Fiendish Physician Rare 13R67
Personnel - Federation Lwaxana Troi, Extravagant Ambassador Common 13C68
Personnel - Federation Marlena Moreau Common 13C69
Personnel - Federation Montgomery Scott, Uncivilized Engineer Uncommon 13U70
Personnel - Federation Pavel A. Chekov, Treacherous Underling Common 13C71
Personnel - Federation Revised Chakotay, Imposturous First Officer Uncommon 13U72
Personnel - Federation Revised Doctor, Mass Murderer Uncommon 13U73
Personnel - Federation Revised Janeway, Cold-Blooded Killer Uncommon 13U74
Personnel - Federation Revised Kim, Interrogator Uncommon 13U75
Personnel - Federation Revised Neelix, Hedgehog Ops Officer Uncommon 13U76
Personnel - Federation Revised Paris, Female Ensign Chaser Uncommon 13U77
Personnel - Federation Revised Seven of Nine, Shock-Trooper Uncommon 13U78
Personnel - Federation Revised Tuvok, Evil Instrument of Destruction Uncommon 13U79
Personnel - Federation Spock, Man of Integrity Rare 13R80
Personnel - Federation Uhura, Unprincipled Technician Common 13C81
Personnel - Federation Wesley Crusher, Battleship Helmsman Common 13C82
Personnel - Federation William T. Riker, Battleship First Officer Common 13C83
Personnel - Federation Worf, Defiant Commander Rare 13R84
Personnel - Ferengi Brunt, Nice Guy Uncommon 13U85
Personnel - Ferengi Gint, The First Grand Nagus Uncommon 13U86
Personnel - Ferengi Nog, Bar Owner Uncommon 13U87
Personnel - Ferengi Quark, Simple Barkeep Rare 13R88
Personnel - Ferengi Rom, Professional Soldier Uncommon 13U89
Personnel - Klingon Grilka, Glorious Lady Rare 13R90
Personnel - Klingon Telok, Bodyguard Uncommon 13U91
Personnel - Non-Aligned Ezri Tigan, Soldier of Fortune Common 13C92
Personnel - Non-Aligned Jadzia Dax, Soldier of Fortune Common 13C93
Personnel - Non-Aligned Julian Bashir, Rebel Captain Common 13C94
Personnel - Non-Aligned Laas, One of the 100 Rare 13R95
Personnel - Non-Aligned Slar, Gorn Slave Master Rare 13R96
Personnel - Non-Aligned Tuvok, Coldly Logocal Soldier Rare 13R97
Personnel - Non-Aligned Weyoun, Defective Clone Uncommon 13U98
Personnel - Romulan Data, From the City of Rateg Rare 13R99
Personnel - Romulan Rekar, Tool of the Tal Shiar Uncommon 13U100
Personnel - Romulan Jera Common 13C101
Personnel - Romulan Tomek, Displaced Alien Common 13C102
Personnel - Starfleet Brennan Scott Common 13C103
Personnel - Starfleet Charles Tucker III, Competent Engineer Common 13C104
Personnel - Starfleet Hoshi Sato, Captain's Woman Uncommon 13U105
Personnel - Starfleet Hoshi Sato, Empress Common 13C106
Personnel - Starfleet Jonathan Archer, Covetous Commander Rare 13R107
Personnel - Starfleet Logan Black Common 13C108
Personnel - Starfleet Malcolm Reed, Enthusiastic Major Common 13C109
Personnel - Starfleet Maximillian Forrest, Confident Captain Rare 13R110
Personnel - Starfleet Phlox, Sadistic Physiologist Rare 13R111
Personnel - Starfleet Soval, Idealist Uncommon 13U112
Personnel - Starfleet T'Pol, Dutiful Commander Uncommon 13U113
Personnel - Starfleet T'Pol, Not a Slave Rare 13R114
Personnel - Starfleet Travis Mayweather, Opportunistic Sergeant Uncommon 13U115
Ship - Dominion Tykk Rare 13R116
Ship - Federation USS Enterprise-D, Battleship Common 13C117
Ship - Federation USS Lakota, Modified Starship Rare 13R118
Ship - Non-Aligned Defiant, Mirror Warship Rare 13R119
Ship - Non-Aligned Phoenix, Risen From the Ashes Rare 13R120
Ship - Starfleet ISS Avenger, Admiral's Ship Uncommon 13U121
Ship - Starfleet ISS Enterprise, Terran Flagship Rare 13R122
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