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[Through the Looking Glass] Through the Looking Glass (TtlG)

    Regular expansion of 54 virtual cards published by The Continuing Committee (2016-03-25).

    Overview card types:
       Overview rarities:

    UCT-IDNamesort descendingRarityTypeAffiliation
    ST1E 29 V 1A New GameVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 29 V 2Alien Abduction: Test SubjectsVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 29 V 3Attractive AntiquitiesVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 29 V 4Between Duty and RespectVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 29 V 5Caretaker's WaveVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 29 V 6Dangerous DerelictVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 29 V 7ExcludedVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 29 V 8Exe-Q-tionerVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 29 V 9Looking for Par'machVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 29 V 10MisdirectionVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 29 V 11Nausicaans: PiratesVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 29 V 12Q-uality TimeVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 29 V 13Routine PhysicalVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 29 V 14UnexpectedVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 29 V 15Habit of DisappearingVirtualEvent
    ST1E 29 V 16Covert AgentVirtualIncident
    ST1E 29 V 17Full Complement of ShuttlesVirtualIncident
    ST1E 29 V 18Getting to Know YouVirtualIncident
    ST1E 29 V 19Greater Glory of CardassiaVirtualIncident
    ST1E 29 V 20Protect the TimelineVirtualIncident
    ST1E 29 V 21Station BriefingVirtualIncident
    ST1E 29 V 22Supplant OppositeVirtualIncident
    ST1E 29 V 23Valuable PrisonerVirtualIncident
    ST1E 29 V 24Renewed SpiritVirtualInterrupt
    ST1E 29 V 25Smoke and Mirrors (first print)VirtualInterrupt
    ST1E 29 V 26Research Historic AccidentVirtualMission
    ST1E 29 V 27Seek Illicit RelicVirtualMission
    ST1E 29 V 28Visit Parallel UniverseVirtualMission
    ST1E 29 V 29Assemble Rescue TeamVirtualObjective
    ST1E 29 V 30Assume IdentityVirtualObjective
    ST1E 29 V 31Fear Will Keep Them in LineVirtualObjective
    ST1E 29 V 32Get BackVirtualObjective
    ST1E 29 V 33Imperial IntimidationVirtualObjective
    ST1E 29 V 34Insert Undercover AgentVirtualObjective
    ST1E 29 V 35Kira NerysVirtualPersonnelBajoran icon
    ST1E 29 V 36Benjamin SiskoVirtualPersonnelFederation icon
    ST1E 29 V 37Captain KirkVirtualPersonnelFederation icon
    ST1E 29 V 38❖ Crewman BredahlVirtualPersonnelFederation icon
    ST1E 29 V 39❖ Crewman PeartVirtualPersonnelFederation icon
    ST1E 29 V 40Dr. McCoyVirtualPersonnelFederation icon
    ST1E 29 V 41❖ Ensign CaggianoVirtualPersonnelFederation icon
    ST1E 29 V 42❖ Ensign ChagwizaVirtualPersonnelFederation icon
    ST1E 29 V 43❖ Ensign KjolholmVirtualPersonnelFederation icon
    ST1E 29 V 44FarrellVirtualPersonnelFederation icon
    ST1E 29 V 45HaadokVirtualPersonnelFederation icon
    ST1E 29 V 46Julian BashirVirtualPersonnelFederation icon
    ST1E 29 V 47Lt. UhuraVirtualPersonnelFederation icon
    ST1E 29 V 48Mr. ScottVirtualPersonnelFederation icon
    ST1E 29 V 49❖ Yeoman VaughnVirtualPersonnelFederation icon
    ST1E 29 V 50Grand Nagus ZekVirtualPersonnelFerengi icon
    ST1E 29 V 51QuarkVirtualPersonnelFerengi icon
    ST1E 29 V 52RomVirtualPersonnelFerengi icon
    ST1E 29 V 53❖ BazeVirtualPersonnelNon-Aligned icon
    ST1E 29 V 54Minister TharnVirtualPersonnelNon-Aligned icon

    “Almost a century ago... James Kirk accidentally exchanged places with his counterpart from your side ... Our Terrans were barbarians then, but their Empire was strong.”

    In our previous installment of First Edition, we visited the 24th century Mirror Universe, where conflict raged between the powerful Klingon-Cardassian Alliance and the rag-tag group of Terran rebels and former slaves opposing them. But 100 years earlier, the ancestors of those present-day insurgents were themselves the cruel rulers of a fearful galaxy. With the release of Through the Looking Glass, a 54-card virtual expansion, the Terran Empire has its day in the sun.

    by Thomas Vineberg, Lead Designer