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With the Strategy-Note you have a medium on openCards to discuss common themes around the strategy of Star Trek Second Edition.

In opposition to a Card-Review,  the Strategy- Note focusses not a single card but common strategy themes like e.g. a special dilemma strategy or how to build a battle deck.
 
 

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Welcome to the overview of the latest ST2E Strategy-Notes

You will find the latest 3 Strategy-Notes here (order desc by publishing date).

imageNotes on the Multiplayer Team Tournament - Part 2

This Strategy-Note article was written by openCards user thsch and was published first on "The Continuing Committee (trekcc.org)" at Sep 24th, 2010.

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imageNotes on the Multiplayer Team Tournament - Part 1

This Strategy-Note article was written by openCards user zippercommander and was published first on "The Continuing Committee (trekcc.org)" at Sep 22nd, 2010.

This year, a great format will celebrate its premiere at the World Championship – the Multiplayer Team Tournament. Maybe some of you already enjoyed a game of multiplayer together with some friends, but this new format will combine the fun of multiplayer sessions with the responsibility of a team competition.

Two players will form a team and will play against another team of two players at one table. The winning conditions can only be fulfilled by both players of a team, so there is a great variety of ways to victory. On the surface, the possibilities include two straight solvers (very boring), two interactive decks (whether capture, battle, assimilation, sabotage – it’s your choice) or a smart combination.

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image2010 2nd Annual Worlds Prediction Show

This Strategy-Note article was written by openCards user Hoss-Drone and was published first on "The Continuing Committee (trekcc.org)" at Sep 3rd, 2010.

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