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You will find the latest 15 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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imageThe EC in numbers - The Meta Charts

This Strategy-Note article was written by openCards user thsch.

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imageThe Gamma Files – Winners don't play Distress Call

This Strategy-Note article was written by openCards user thsch.

Last time we spoke about the most played cards in Europe, but it is not the quantity of copies of a card used that will count in Potsdam, it is the quality. So which cards have proven that they have the quality to be in a winning deck? And which ones make a losing deck?See the rest of this Strategy-Note...



imageThe Gamma Files – The Meta Charts

This Strategy-Note article was written by openCards user thsch.

With the European Championship only a few days away, it is about time to prepare the decks to face the finest in European Trek play. But prepare against what? What is played in Europe, what will you have to face in Potsdam?Let's open the Gamma Files and take a look into the decks used at the highest ranked tournaments we had in Europe so far to answer these questions. Collecting every available Decklist from the Regionals gives us a total of 40.5 Decks to work with. Beeing more precise the data is from all (or nearly all) the decks from London, Tilburg, Nuremberg, Hamburg, and Berlin plus the winning decks from Cork, Östersund and Klagenfurt (OK, only the draw deck from Klagenfurt, so that is where the half deck came from). Sounds a little German biased, but face it, the Europeans take place in Germany. So if you want to win you have to beat a lot of Germans. Better prepare for them.

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imageThe Original Series: Top 5 cards

This Strategy-Note article was written by openCards user RedDwarf and was published first on "The Continuing Committee (trekcc.org)" at Jul 22nd, 2008.

Here it is. The long-awaited (by me, at least) end to the 2008 top five series. Over the last 15 weeks, these articles have highlighted what I think are the top cards each affiliation and sub-affiliation has to offer. It started off with a daunting schedule lasting almost four months, and I'm pleased to say that it is now over. While some affiliations were easier to write for than others, I enjoyed the experience, and would like to think that I learned a thing or two while researching them. I dutifully wrote down every deck idea I had while looking at the cards, and now I just need about twenty tournaments to try them all out. I hope you were also inspired to try something new.See the rest of this Strategy-Note...



imageKnow Your Rules: Anatomy of a Ferengi Card

This Strategy-Note article was written by Brad DeFruiter and was published first on "The Continuing Committee (trekcc.org)" at May 28th, 2008.

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imageFor Cardassia: Anatomy of a Cardassian Card

This Strategy-Note article was written by Brad DeFruiter and was published first on "The Continuing Committee (trekcc.org)" at Apr 30th, 2008.

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imageWe Are the Borg: Anatomy of a Borg Card

This Strategy-Note article was written by Brad DeFruiter and was published first on "The Continuing Committee (trekcc.org)" at Apr 23rd, 2008.

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imageAnatomy of a Bajoran Card

This Strategy-Note article was written by Brad DeFruiter and was published first on "The Continuing Committee (trekcc.org)" at Apr 16th, 2008.

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imageMastermind Drafting - Tips for the Dangerous Mission draft

This Strategy-Note article was written by openCards user garetjax.

The Dangerous Mission sealed is different from other sealed formats, because you don't get a playable deck supplied, but instead have to get your deck working while drafting the cards.

So you better pay attention during the draft. To scrab together a deck with winning possibilities you should keep in mind some details concerning the different card types.

1. Missions
Since the fixed cards only supply you with one mission, a second mission is obligatory to be able to get to the winning conditions of 70 points and both a space and a planet mission. The planet mission in the Starfleet set can get you 40 points, so you need only a 30-pointer space mission. The other two sets each need another 35-pointer of the right sort. Other missions with more or less points should be ignored, since bonus points are hard to get and additional points will probably not of any use. If you happen to see a headquarters mission, fetch it, if it works with the personnal you drafted.

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imageMercenary Draft - There is no loyalty in the universe

This Strategy-Note article was written by openCards user thsch and was published first on "STCCG-Turnier (stccg-turnier.de)".

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imageFast, faster, Voyager

This Strategy-Note article was written by openCards user Chairman Nilva.

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imageDilemmas - why bother?

This Strategy-Note article was written by Stefan Slaby and was published first on "openCards".

When Jaglom asked me to write an article about the Austrian metagame, I had a really hard time, settling on which topic to cover.See the rest of this Strategy-Note...



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