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Welcome to the overview of the latest ST2E Interviews

You will find the latest 15 Interviews here (order desc by publishing date).

imageST2E World Champion: Greg Dillon

This Interview article was written by Lucas Thompson and was published first on "The Continuing Committee (trekcc.org)" at Oct 18th, 2018.

Why did you choose the deck that you used? What other decks did you consider using?
Whenever I'm super serious about winning I always favour heavy interference/lockout type decks because I suppose I'm just not a fan of the RNG of a draw deck AND a dilemma pile to win games, plus I'm not that great at skill tracking/playing dilemmas. Having said that my top picks were my Masters of the Universe Relativity, Starfleet (basically Ambers Day 2 deck because I copied the one Ken played at a Masters earlier this year), the Romulan Assassins I used and a similar deck that was more focused on discards and getting a lockout with Sela/Sirol + Dangerous Liaisons/Secret Conspiracy.

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imageEuropean Continental Champion 2010

This Interview article was written by openCards user RedDwarf and was published first on "The Continuing Committee (trekcc.org)" at Jul 28th, 2010.

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image"Evolution of a Deck" 1: Swedish Borg regional winner

This Interview article was written by openCards user Tribble.

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imageInterview with “Regional Manager” Johannes Klarhauser

This Interview article was written by openCards user Tribble.

In our second introduction interview of the TCC-era Organized Play Europe volunteers we have the pleasure to talk to Johannes Klarhauser.

Q: Hi Johannes. Let us start with something provocative. Someone who deemed himself fluent in the German language explained to me that “Schmarrn” is something used in Bavaria (which is something like the Texas of Germany, only with Lederhosen) to describe more or less “bullshit”, making your TCC-handle “Kaiserschmarrn” the “emperor of bullshit”. Is that translation valid?
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imageInterview with OPE “Head of Writers” Thomas Vorwerk

This Interview article was written by openCards user Jaglom Shrek.

Interview with OPE “Head of Writers” Thomas Vorwerk

(conducted on 34th of February, 2008)

Q: Hi Thomas. Since last we spoke, you have had bestowed upon you the prestigious title of “Head of Writers” for the Organized Play Europe. What exactly does that encompass?

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imageBig plans for 2008 - Thorsten Wanek on the future of Second Edition

This Interview article was written by openCards user Telak.

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imageGroße Pläne für 2008 - Interview mit Thorsten Wanek über die Zukunft der Second Edition

This Interview article was written by openCards user Telak.

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imageThomas Vorwerk, Germany

This Interview article was written by openCards user Jaglom Shrek.

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imageTony Gammell, Ireland

This Interview article was written by openCards user Jaglom Shrek.

Name: Tony Gammell
Known on the dboards as: FutureGuy
Age: 30
Regular player group: Cork, Ireland
Current/highest Decipher rating: 1958/1968
STCCG 2E accomplishments: First place at TOC Limerick 2006, TOC London 2006, TOC Cork 2007, PSR Essen 2005, EC2005 Day 1.
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imageChristian Zipper, Germany

This Interview article was written by openCards user Jaglom Shrek.

Today we want to introduce to you another member of our writing team, Christian Zipper!

Name: Christian Zipper
Known on the dboards as: totally unknown
Age: 38
Regular player group: Magdeburg, Celle, Hannover
Current/highest Decipher rating: 1611 (about 1700??)

1). How did you start playing Star Trek CCG?
I’ve been interested in Star Trek for many years. A friend bought some starter decks (1E) in 1995 und gave me one. We started with our own rules. Regular tournaments I played first in 2002. By the way, my friend quitted playing and collecting in 1997 :-(

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imageSebastian Kirstein, Germany

This Interview article was written by openCards user Jaglom Shrek.

Today we talk to Sebastian Kirstein, one of the still active 1E players in Germany and two-times winner of German Grand Prix in 2nd Edition format. And also a member of our writing team and participant at the European Continental Championship 2007.
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Name: Sebastian Kirstein
Known on the dboards as: Solbor
Age: 25
Regular player group: Berlins-2-man-tag-team, but I’m the lightweight
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imageMarc Schütze, Germany

This Interview article was written by openCards user Jaglom Shrek.

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imageStefan Slaby, Austria

This Interview article was written by openCards user Jaglom Shrek.

Name: Stefan Slaby
Known on the dboards as: not active there
Age: 23
Regular player group: Austria. I strive to participate at all tournaments in Wien and Graz, and sometimes, if there is time, I play at Klagenfurt and Linz, too.
Current/highest Decipher rating: 1764 (We don’t do a lot of official tournaments in austria, though. We didn’t like the 1$ per player system when it was introduced, and so the only rated tournaments I played in the last years were the two TOCs.)
STCCG 2E accomplishments: Austrian inofficial national champion 2006 / Austrian TOC winner 2006+2007

1). How did you start playing Star Trek CCG?

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imageJiri Paska, Czech

This Interview article was written by openCards user FutureGuy.

Top Player Interview – European Continental Championships 2007

  • Name: Jiri Paska
  • Known on the dboards as: Taurnil or Taurnil34
  • Age: 19
  • Regular player group: Czech
  • Current/highest Decipher rating: 1911
  • STCCG 2E accomplishments: nothing noticeable

1). How did you start playing Star Trek CCG?

I like the Star Trek movies and different series a lot and was playing lots of CCG, so I just put two things together.

2). Do you play any other TCGs beside Star Trek?

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imageTobias Rausmann, Germany

This Interview article was written by openCards user Jaglom Shrek.

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