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Actual Rule-Documents for ST1E

You will find an overview of the actual rules for ST1E here. Actual means: rules provided by "The Continuing Committee" (trekcc.org) as the actual "manufactor" of Star Trek First Edition. However you can also brows the "old" Rule-Documents by the former manufactor Decipher (see riter "Search Decipher rules"). Actual also means: we want to show you only the latest version of e.g. the "Current Rulings Document" on this site. But you can find older versions of the different rule types in our database (see riter "Search trekcc rules").

PublishedRule-TypeTitleLanguage
Aug 13th, 2018OTF Conversion Listpdf icon OTF Conversion List - 2018-08-14article in english language
Aug 13th, 2018Conversion Rulespdf icon Conversion Rules (for ST2E cards) article in english language
Aug 13th, 2018OTF Ban Listpdf icon OTF Ban List - 2018-08-14article in english language
Jul 1st, 2018Current-Rulingspdf icon Current Rulings 2018-07-02article in english language
Mar 31st, 2018Dilemma Resolution Guidepdf icon Dilemma Resolution Guide 2018-04-01article in english language
Dec 31st, 2017Glossarypdf icon Glossary - Version 1.9.5article in english language
Feb 29th, 2016OTF Rulespdf icon Official Tournament Format (OTF) article in english language
Mar 3rd, 2013Revised Formatpdf icon Revised Tournament Format - V8.2article in english language
Jul 31st, 2000Rulebookpdf icon Rulebook - Version 1.7article in english language

There are three RuleDocuments that are relevant for the First Edition game play. The First Edition Rulebook and Glossary explains in detail how 1E works. You will find here all important concepts, the turn sequence and how to execute orders. Periodic updates of the rules will be published in a separate Current-Rulings document - normally once per month.

If you like to play with backward compatible ST2E cards in First Edition, you also have to follow the Second Edition Conversion Rule.

For inofficial House-Rules and special formats see here.