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Event Espionage: Bajoran on Cardassian

    Espionage: Bajoran on Cardassian

    Bajorans have investigated Cardassian activities before, during and after the 30-year occupation. In 2371, Odo contacted an old Cardassian acquaintance to investigate the Obsidian Order.

    Event Event

    Plays on any Cardassian mission (for free if you have a Resistance personnel there). Your Bajoran personnel may now attempt this mission. Discard after mission completed.

    Characteristics: Espionage, Espionage - Bajoran.
    Requires: Affiliation Bajoran affiliation, Resistance, Bajoran species.

    Card logging info: Logged by openCards team at May 1st, 2009.
     

    ST1E libraryCollector's Info

    Uncommon card from Deep Space Nine Deep Space Nine (Copyright 1998 by Decipher)
    Image Source: Deep Space Nine - Improbable Cause (Season 3 - Episode 20)
    UCT-ID : ST1E 5 U 61 (manufactor info on card: none)
    Print-Style : color (standard) / black border / non-foil
    No "reprints" for this card (no cards published with same title and game text in another expansion or with another collection info).

    ST1E libraryCard-Reviews

    - "Espionage: Bajoran on Cardassian" by Kathy McCracken at Jul 11th, 1998
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