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[Star Trek 50] Star Trek 50 (ST-50)

    Regular expansion of 18 virtual cards published by The Continuing Committee (2016-09-30).

    Overview card types:
    DilemmaFacilityIncidentInterruptMissionObjective
    4
    1
    2
    1
    5
    5
       Overview rarities:
    V
    18

    UCT-IDNamesort descendingRarityTypeAffiliation
    ST1E 30 V 1A Passionate VulcanVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 30 V 2Attack of the DronesVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 30 V 3Exact ChangeVirtualDilemma
    ST1E 30 V 4Jol Yichu'!VirtualDilemma
    ST1E 30 V 5Amargosa ObservatoryVirtualFacilityNeutral icon
    ST1E 30 V 6Combined Task ForceVirtualIncident
    ST1E 30 V 7The Warp Five ProgramVirtualIncident
    ST1E 30 V 8Khan!VirtualInterrupt
    ST1E 30 V 9Battle of Sector 001VirtualMission
    ST1E 30 V 10Conduct Stellar ResearchVirtualMission
    ST1E 30 V 11Investigate Probe OriginVirtualMission
    ST1E 30 V 12Supervise Dilithium MineVirtualMission
    ST1E 30 V 13Vanquish EnemyVirtualMission
    ST1E 30 V 14Facilitate Peace TalksVirtualObjective
    ST1E 30 V 15Prepare Landing PartyVirtualObjective
    ST1E 30 V 16Reunite LegendsVirtualObjective
    ST1E 30 V 17Set a Course for HomeVirtualObjective
    ST1E 30 V 18The Inner LightVirtualObjective

    Star Trek is 50 years old! Today, though it's not quite the actual birthday of the show, we're going to celebrate with the release of Star Trek 50, a trio of brand new, boutique style expansions; one each for First Edition, Second Edition, and Tribbles. I'll have a trio of trios in preview cards for you, but first I'd like to say a few words about the volunteers that worked so hard on these projects. The creation of an expansion is a long process, often beginning two years before the expansion sees release. On the journey from concept to release, dozens of dedicated play testers, detail-oriented rules experts, wildly creative thinkers, detail-oriented proofreaders, visionary artists and inspiring authors work to make the finished product as fantastic as it can be. Each and every one of these volunteers deserve recognition and accolades for their often herculean efforts. Please joining me in thanking them as we celebrate the first 50 years of Star Trek.

    by Charlie Plaine, Chairman