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November 02, 2009, 12:05:59 PM
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ununtrium

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everything gone!
« on: November 02, 2009, 12:05:59 PM »
Everything sold! Many thanks for all the trades all these years!  :up:

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I am a Lieutenant Commander on the G.A.B. Saffron team. My trade lists:
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November 04, 2009, 08:51:56 PM
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Re: getting into the game once again?!
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2009, 08:51:56 PM »
Well I'm glad to hear you're trying to get back into the game.  Surprisingly enough the player body of SWCCG is still growing (hard to understand since the game has been out of print for nearly 8 years).

I'd like to send you to http://www.starwarsccg.org

You'll find not only a thriving forum there, but the PC has been given the authority to modify some of the old cards as well as introduce some new ideas.  you'll see what I mean when you get over there. Basically the PC has created PDF files that you can print off and "glue" to your old cards making them fresh and new again.

you'll also be happy to know that Decipher lost the license after their three sets of Episode 1 stuff, so there are no Episode II or III stuff :)

I hope to see you over there on the forums soon!

Ran.

May 26, 2010, 05:48:02 PM
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Re: getting into the game once again?!
« Reply #2 on: May 26, 2010, 05:48:02 PM »
Hey there ununtrium,

Just so you know, the expansions from Episode I are Tatooine, Coruscant, and Theed Palace. I believe Reflections III also features a lot of Episode I (not exclusively). Honestly, since those were the last expansions Decipher made I think they are some of the best cards in the game, although the virtual cards mentioned by Ran make a lot of older cards much better. Just using the updated cards will certainly make the cards you have much better.

Here is a link within the site mentioned by Ran that has card lists: http://swccgpc.com/cards/index_old.htm

If you want to broaden your collection, based on the fact that you already have a lot of earlier sets, I would recommend Reflections II and Reflections III. I would say that Endor and Death Star II have some really good cards in them but overall are not the most versatile expansions. Cloud City, Special Edition, and Jabba's Palace are better I think.

Hope that helps a bit.

April 21, 2011, 11:37:53 PM
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Bumpy!
I am a Lieutenant Commander on the G.A.B. Saffron team. My trade lists:
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August 11, 2011, 11:06:45 AM
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I got some STCCG cards in a mixed lot with SWCCG.  I don't know about edition, but here's what I notice:

25 white-boarder cards, copyright 1994 Paramount Pictures, no decipher copyright, no collector's info
7 black-boarder cards, copyright 1994 Paramount Pictures, no decipher copyright, no collector's info
2 white-boarder cards, copyright 1995 Paramount Pictures, no decipher copyright, no collector's info
2 black-boarder cards, copyright 1995 Paramount Pictures, no decipher copyright, no collector's info
5 black-boarder cards, copyright 1996 Paramount Pictures, no decipher copyright, no collector's info
3 black-boarder cards, copyright 1998 Paramount Pictures & decipher, no collector's info
74 black-boarder cards, copyright 1999 Paramount Pictures & decipher, no collector's info
175 black-boarder cards, copyright 2000 Paramount Pictures & decipher, collector's info format number rarity (e.g. 131 R)
     -TOS 32 c, 9 u, 1 r
     -TNG 9 c, 8 u
     -DS9 38 c, 32 u, 1 r
     -VOY 1 s, 26 c, 6 u, 2r
     -Armada 1 u
     -Planets 4 c, 4 u, 1 r
There were a few cards with a different year but the same set number (e.g. number* C from 2001.  I'm not sure how many, too much work to recheck right now)

69 black-boarder cards, copyright 2002 Paramount Pictures & decipher, collector's info format 1 rarity number (e.g. 1 R 58) 9 s, 50 c, 9 uc, 1 r
16 black-boarder cards, copyright 2003 Paramount Pictures & decipher, collector's info format 2 rarity number (e.g. 2 R 170) 5 c, 10 uc, 1 r
111 black-boarder cards, copyright 2003 Paramount Pictures & decipher, collector's info format 3 rarity number (e.g. 3 U 80) 8 s, 79 c, 24 uc
10 black-boarder cards, copyright 2004 Paramount Pictures & decipher, collector's info format 4 rarity number (e.g. 4 C 125) 10 c
7 black-boarder cards, copyright 2006 Paramount Pictures & decipher, collector's info format 10 rarity number (e.g. 10 U 118) 5 c, 2 uc

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