Star Trek: The Next Generation Premier Edition Deck Building Game

August 10, 2013 - Comment

You are the Captain of a small Starship with a standard crew and basic weaponry. Will you use your crews experience to improve your ships systems or to recruit more experienced crewmen to your ship Will you form diplomatic relationships or conquer civilizations in battle Build your deck and explore the Star Trek universe. Explore

You are the Captain of a small Starship with a standard crew and basic weaponry. Will you use your crews experience to improve your ships systems or to recruit more experienced crewmen to your ship Will you form diplomatic relationships or conquer civilizations in battle Build your deck and explore the Star Trek universe. Explore the universe, interact with alien races, complete missions and experience the mysteries of space Gain knowledge and power to become a legendary Captain Form alliances with other factions and perhaps the Arbiter will find you worthy of being the leader of the Klingon Empire Borg Invasion The Borg wish to assimilate the entire universe, work with your fellow players to defend against the Borg Includes 300 cards, 5 twenty sided dice, game manual

Product Features

  • Explore the universe, interact with alien races, complete missions and experience the mysteries of space
  • Gain knowledge and power to become a legendary Captain
  • Form alliances with other factions and perhaps the Arbiter will find you worthy of being the leader of the Klingon Empire
  • Borg Invasion ? The Borg wish to assimilate the entire universe, work with your fellow players to defend against the Borg
  • Includes 300 cards, 5 twenty sided dice, game manual

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J. Hammel says:

Despite flaws, a fun experience. I had very low expectations of this product. I just couldn’t see a Star Trek licensed game by Bandai being any good, but… I saw it for $20 and the gamer geek in me couldn’t resist taking a gander and seeing what sort of charms could be found here. (Plus the rating on Boardgamergeek was decent.)Thankfully, I was pleasantly surprised. It shares a lot in common with Dominion, but its the differences that draw me back to play again (as well as my play group, this game has been a real hit after many plays). With Dominion, you have a static pile of cards to choose from during the game. Sure you can swap out between games, but midgame, everyone is basically manipulating the same cards. When you play with the regulars, you already know ahead of time what sort of strategies to expect. With Star Trek, the card pool is always random and you won’t have access to everything your opponents do and vice versa. And instead of ahving to clog your deck with your points a la Dominion,…

Branden Sprenger says:

Where no DBG has gone before! I have to say I was impressed with all the different concepts they used to set it apart from other Deck Building Games like Thunderstone and Resident Evil: DBG. Obviously I don’t have time to go through every detail of how the game works but I do want to talk about some of the concepts I liked when going through the manual.Each player is given a crappy star ship, this will be your flag ship. Think of it as a character in Resident Evil DBG. The major difference between RE Characters and ST Star Ships is that instead of leveling it up to gain new abilities, players must use diplomacy to get better ships during space explores.Each star ship has a Speed, Attack, Diplomacy and defense stat.When you encounter a Starship, you may Diplomacy it by having your flaship’s Speed and Diplomacy (taking into account stats and effects from your Bridge), respectively, be equal to or greater then the Starship’s Speed and Diplomacy. If it is, you may move that…

Matt "jigmelingpa" says:

A fun, light deck-building game This is a great light deck building game that is a lot of fun when you take into account the luck factors and just enjoy the theme and game. The mechanics are well done, although the luck of the draw in upgrading your flagship seems to be a problem. I’ve played 6 times now, and enjoy it more and more with each play. Still have yet to try the Borg and Klingon decks. Looking forward to future expansions. If you like deck building games, and are a Star Trek fan, you can’t go wrong. Just don’t expect a super heavy, in-depth epic game, and you won’t be disappointed!

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