Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 45 general entries. We are selecting 30 for display.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Collectible & Trading Card Games
2. You play with a green-backed Fate deck and a black-backed Dynasty deck.
Uncommon. This card lets you bring back a Ninja from your Discard pile.
No. It will be made in Japan for an exclusive promo, but not in America.
Eye. This is a Jutsu card in the set.
Neji Hyuga (Formidable Gift). Neji is the only effect Ninja in this choice.
No. Toes have nothing to do with Naruto!
Guillotine Sword. None of the others feature Zabuza. Guillotine Sword is his weapon.
Tenten. If the card has a subtitle, it has an effect.
Securing Food. This is the only Mission in the choices.
Common. This is a regular Sakura with Mental Power and diffrent artwork.
Yes. The Ninja is "Giant Snake."
Ino Yamanaka, Choji Akimichi, Shikamaru Nara. This is a very powerful combo.
Curse Mark Jutsu. In the anime, only he can use this powerful Jutsu.
Client. The Client is like a permanent Mission card.
|The easiest way to win a game of Star Trek Second Edition is to score 100 points. The easiest way to score points is to complete planet missions. Every mission has unique requirements for completion and award points based on how difficult the mission is. What are the requirements to complete the planet mission Geological Survey?||Star Trek Collectible Card Game, Second Edition
Geology, Physics, Science, and Cunning > 30. This was a commonly used planet mission with easily attainable requirements, worth 30 points. One thing Decipher got away from that was common in First Edition was the ability to solve missions with just one personnel.
|Here is an easy one for you. Since this is a card game, we need cards. There are 4 different rarity of cards in this set, common, uncommon, rare, and starter, spread out over 7 card types, and 6 different affiliations (not counting the 2 sub affiliations for Federation). How many total cards appear in this set?||Star Trek Collectible Card Game, Second Edition
415. This is a much larger set due to introducing all the affiliations and having more missions, dilemmas, events, and interrupts than normal.
|In Second Edition, Decipher completely reworked the turn based system of First Edition. You now get 7 counters to spend every turn (though certain cards allow for more). How much does the card U.S.S. Enterprise-E (Federation Envoy) cost to play?||Star Trek Collectible Card Game, Second Edition
7. Almost all of the ships in the game cost more than personnel to play, and the more powerful ones cost the full 7 you are allotted per turn.
A Living Death. This is an uncommon dilemma card usable only on planet missions. (1 U 1) means it is part of the first set, is uncommon in rarity, and is the first card in the set. Decipher decided to reinvent the dilemma card with Second Edition, introducing the dilemma pile mechanic, in which players to have all of their dilemmas in one stack which can be recycled, instead of placed under missions, and then placed out of play, as in First Edition.
2002. The last set for Second Edition was released in 2007. Overall there were 30 First Edition sets and 16 Second Edition sets, plus numerous foil and special edition cards. The player community has kept the game alive through virtual cards for the last 3 years.