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Star Trek Customizable Card Game, First Edition - Tribbles

Decipher Star Trek CCG 1st Edition Tribbles  

Tribbles Customizable Card Game is a standalone game from decipher, and dthe only one of its type in the Star Trek range. It was released on 30 June 2000. Despite the prooduct carrying the 1st edtion logo, the game is not compatitble with the main 1st Edition game and its expansions. However, "Tribbles" cards from "The Trouble With Tribbles" 1st Edition expansion are compatible with this game to increase its scope.

The game is packed in a box measuring 245 x 188 x 52 mm and contains four pre-constructed decks


In the box, which is 254x188x52mm in size, are four pre-constructed decks totaling 112 game cards, which are color coded to fit a theme. Of the 112 cards, there are 57 unique cards. These cards can be interchanged to create different decks. To make the game even more customizable, "Tribbles" cards from the Star Trek CCG 1st Edition expansion set "The Trouble With Tribbles" and "Reflections as well as virtual cards published by The Continuing Committee are compatible with this game. These cards can increase the highest tribbles card to 100,000, plus add a new special ability (a bonus for collecting a specific set of cards) and different combinations than those included in the boxed set. There are 4 non-playable reference cards, one for each pre-constructed deck. Also included are 4 special effects cards that explain what the special effects are. In addition, there are scoresheets, a small silver pencil and a rules sheet. This game's ISBN number is 1-58236-469-9. Its UPC code is 0-45748-10469-6.

"DISCARD" DECK - Yellow

(30 cards including duplicates)
Reference Card (x1)  
1 Tribble — DISCARD
1 Tribble — SKIP

10 Tribbles — GO
10 Tribbles — POISON
10 Tribbles — SKIP

100 Tribbles — POISON
100 Tribbles — RESCUE
100 Tribbles — REVERSE
. . . 3 copies
. . . 4 copies

. . . 2 copies
. . . 1 copy
. . . 4 copies

. . . 2 copies
. . . 2 copies
. . . 3 copies
  1,000 Tribbles — DISCARD
1,000 Tribbles — RESCUE
1,000 Tribbles — REVERSE

10,000 Tribbles — CLONE
10,000 Tribbles — REVERSE
10,000 Tribbles — SKIP



. . . 3 copies
. . . 1 copy
. . . 4 copies

. . . 1 copy
. . . 1 copy
. . . 1 copy



"Discard" deck reference card  
Tribble 1 Tribble – Discard (x3) Tribble 1 Tribble – Skip (x4)  
Although most of the original tribble props were stuffed with foam rubber, a few bean-bag tribbles were used in tight shots to more closely simulate the look of a real creature. 1 Tribble – Discard (yellow) Other titles originally considered for The Trouble With Tribbles included The Fuzzies, You Think You've Got Tribbles? and A Fuzzy Thing Happened to Me. . . 1 Tribble – Skip (yellow)  
Tribble 10 Tribbles – Go (x2) Tribble 10 Tribbles – Poison (x1) Tribble 10 Tribbles – Skip (x4)
Although WWII veteran James Doohan usually concealed his combat wound, this scene provides a rare glimpse of his missing finger, shot off in the 1945 [sic] invasion of Normandy. 10 Tribbles – Go (yellow) An early draft of The Trouble With Tribbles introduced a new Enterprise crew member: a cook nicknamed "Cookie." But who needs a chef when you have food replicators? 10 Tribbles – Poison (yellow) Tribbles have three degrees of separation from Kevin Bacon: Armin Shimerman (Quark) was in The Shadow with Alec Baldwin, who was in She's Having a Baby with Kevin Bacon. 10 Tribbles – Skip (yellow)
Tribble 100 Tribbles – Poison (x2) Tribble 100 Tribbles – Rescue (x2) Tribble 100 Tribbles – Reverse (x3)
In 1967, actor William Campbell (Captain Koloth) "kidnapped" about 40 tribbles from Paramount sound stage and gave them to neighborhood children. 100 Tribbles – Poison (yellow) The Temporal Investigations agents in Trials and Tribble-ations were a tip of the hat to The X-Files. Their names — Dulmer and Lucsly — are anagrams of Mulder and Scully. 100 Tribbles – Rescue (yellow) This crewman in Trials and Tribble-ations was portrayed by writer David Gerrold, who as a college student three decades earlier penned the original episode The Trouble with Tribbles. 100 Tribbles – Reverse (yellow)
Tribble 1,000 Tribbles – Discard (x3) Tribble 1,000 Tribbles – Rescue (x1) Tribble 1,000 Tribbles – Reverse (x2)
The Trouble With Tribbles was nominated for a Hugo award in 1968, but lost by a handful of votes to an earlier Star Trek episode: City on the Edge of Forever. 1,000 Tribbles – Discard (yellow) Hollywood seamstress Jacqueline Cumeré reportedly earned $350 for sewing the approximately 500 non-moving tribble props used to film The Trouble With Tribbles. 1,000 Tribbles – Rescue (yellow) The grain these tribbles are eating, quadrotriticale, is not entirely fictitious. It's a 23rd-century "advancement" of a real 20th-century wheat/rye hybrid called triticale. 1,000 Tribbles – Reverse (yellow)
Tribble 10,000 Tribbles – Clone (x1) Tribble 10,000 Tribbles – Reverse (x1) Tribble 10,000 Tribbles – Skip (x1)
Other names originally considered for "tribbles" included fuzzies, shagbies, gollawogs, callahans, goombahs, trippies, triblets, willies, brazzies, triffles, piffles, puffies and poofies. 10,000 Tribbles – Clone (yellow) Other names originally considered for "tribbles" included fuzzies, shagbies, gollawogs, callahans, goombahs, trippies, triblets, willies, brazzies, triffles, piffles, puffies and poofies. 10,000 Tribbles – Reverse (yellow) Other names originally considered for "tribbles" included fuzzies, shagbies, gollawogs, callahans, goombahs, trippies, triblets, willies, brazzies, triffles, piffles, puffies and poofies. 10,000 Tribbles – Skip (yellow)

"GO" DECK - Green

(27 cards including duplicates)
Reference Card (x1)  
1 Tribble — DISCARD
1 Tribble — GO
1 Tribble — SKIP

10 Tribbles — GO
10 Tribbles — POISON
10 Tribbles — SKIP

100 Tribbles — POISON
100 Tribbles — RESCUE
100 Tribbles — REVERSE
. . . 2 copies
. . . 3 copies
. . . 1 copy

. . . 3 copies
. . . 1 copy
. . . 2 copies

. . . 2 copies
. . . 1 copy
. . . 3 copies
  1,000 Tribbles — DISCARD
1,000 Tribbles — RESCUE
1,000 Tribbles — REVERSE

10,000 Tribbles — CLONE
10,000 Tribbles — REVERSE





. . . 2 copies
. . . 3 copies
. . . 1 copy

. . . 2 copies
. . . 1 copy





"Go" deck reference card  
Tribble 1 Tribble – Discard (x2) Tribble 1 Tribble – Go (x3) Tribble 1 Tribble – Skip (x1)
Although most of the original tribble props were stuffed with foam rubber, a few bean-bag tribbles were used in tight shots to more closely simulate the look of a real creature. 1 Tribble – Discard (green) Bewteen takes of his Trials and Tribble-ations scene, actor Alexander Siddig (Julian Bashir) joked, "I get the feeling there's a big cat somewhere around coughing these things up." 1 Tribble – Go (green) Other titles originally considered for The Trouble With Tribbles included The Fuzzies, You Think You've Got Tribbles? and A Fuzzy Thing Happened to Me. . . 1 Tribble – Skip (green)
Tribble 10 Tribbles – Go (x3) Tribble 10 Tribbles – Poison (x1) Tribble 10 Tribbles – Skip (x2)
Although WWII veteran James Doohan usually concealed his combat wound, this scene provides a rare glimpse of his missing finger, shot off in the 1945 [sic] invasion of Normandy. 10 Tribbles – Go (green) An early draft of The Trouble With Tribbles introduced a new Enterprise crew member: a cook nicknamed "Cookie." But who needs a chef when you have food replicators? 10 Tribbles – Poison (green) Tribbles have three degrees of separation from Kevin Bacon: Armin Shimerman (Quark) was in The Shadow with Alec Baldwin, who was in She's Having a Baby with Kevin Bacon. 10 Tribbles – Skip (green)
Tribble 100 Tribbles – Poison (x2) Tribble 100 Tribbles – Rescue (x1) Tribble 100 Tribbles – Reverse (x3)
In 1967, actor William Campbell (Captain Koloth) "kidnapped" about 40 tribbles from Paramount sound stage and gave them to neighborhood children. 100 Tribbles – Poison (green) The Temporal Investigations agents in Trials and Tribble-ations were a tip of the hat to The X-Files. Their names — Dulmer and Lucsly — are anagrams of Mulder and Scully. 100 Tribbles – Rescue (green) This crewman in Trials and Tribble-ations was portrayed by writer David Gerrold, who as a college student three decades earlier penned the original episode The Trouble with Tribbles. 100 Tribbles – Reverse (green)
Tribble 1,000 Tribbles – Discard (x2) Tribble 1,000 Tribbles – Rescue (x3) Tribble 1,000 Tribbles – Reverse (x1)
The Trouble With Tribbles was nominated for a Hugo award in 1968, but lost by a handful of votes to an earlier Star Trek episode: City on the Edge of Forever. 1,000 Tribbles – Discard (green) Hollywood seamstress Jacqueline Cumeré reportedly earned $350 for sewing the approximately 500 non-moving tribble props used to film The Trouble With Tribbles. 1,000 Tribbles – Rescue (green) The grain these tribbles are eating, quadrotriticale, is not entirely fictitious. It's a 23rd-century "advancement" of a real 20th-century wheat/rye hybrid called triticale. 1,000 Tribbles – Reverse (green)
Tribble 10,000 Tribbles – Clone (x2) Tribble 10,000 Tribbles – Reverse (x1)  
Other names originally considered for "tribbles" included fuzzies, shagbies, gollawogs, callahans, goombahs, trippies, triblets, willies, brazzies, triffles, piffles, puffies and poofies. 10,000 Tribbles – Clone (green) Other names originally considered for "tribbles" included fuzzies, shagbies, gollawogs, callahans, goombahs, trippies, triblets, willies, brazzies, triffles, piffles, puffies and poofies. 10,000 Tribbles – Reverse (green)  

"POISON" DECK - Red

(29 cards including duplicates)
Reference Card (x1)  
1 Tribble — DISCARD
1 Tribble — GO
1 Tribble — SKIP

10 Tribbles — GO
10 Tribbles — POISON
10 Tribbles — SKIP

100 Tribbles — POISON
100 Tribbles — RESCUE
100 Tribbles — REVERSE
. . . 2 copies
. . . 2 copies
. . . 2 copies

. . . 1 copy
. . . 3 copies
. . . 4 copies

. . . 3 copies
. . . 2 copies
. . . 3 copies
  1,000 Tribbles — DISCARD
1,000 Tribbles — RESCUE
1,000 Tribbles — REVERSE

10,000 Tribbles — CLONE
10,000 Tribbles — REVERSE





. . . 2 copies
. . . 2 copies
. . . 1 copy

. . . 2 copies
. . . 1 copy





"Poison" deck reference card  
Tribble 1 Tribble – Discard (x2) Tribble 1 Tribble – Go (x2) Tribble 1 Tribble – Skip (x3)
Although most of the original tribble props were stuffed with foam rubber, a few bean-bag tribbles were used in tight shots to more closely simulate the look of a real creature. 1 Tribble – Discard (red) Bewteen takes of his Trials and Tribble-ations scene, actor Alexander Siddig (Julian Bashir) joked, "I get the feeling there's a big cat somewhere around coughing these things up." 1 Tribble – Go (red) Other titles originally considered for The Trouble With Tribbles included The Fuzzies, You Think You've Got Tribbles? and A Fuzzy Thing Happened to Me. . . 1 Tribble – Skip (red)
Tribble 10 Tribbles – Go (x1) Tribble 10 Tribbles – Poison (x3) Tribble 10 Tribbles – Skip (x2)
Although WWII veteran James Doohan usually concealed his combat wound, this scene provides a rare glimpse of his missing finger, shot off in the 1945 [sic] invasion of Normandy. 10 Tribbles – Go (red) An early draft of The Trouble With Tribbles introduced a new Enterprise crew member: a cook nicknamed "Cookie." But who needs a chef when you have food replicators? 10 Tribbles – Poison (red) Tribbles have three degrees of separation from Kevin Bacon: Armin Shimerman (Quark) was in The Shadow with Alec Baldwin, who was in She's Having a Baby with Kevin Bacon. 10 Tribbles – Skip (red)
Tribble 100 Tribbles – Poison (x3) Tribble 100 Tribbles – Rescue (x2) Tribble 100 Tribbles – Reverse (x3)
In 1967, actor William Campbell (Captain Koloth) "kidnapped" about 40 tribbles from Paramount sound stage and gave them to neighborhood children. 100 Tribbles – Poison (red) The Temporal Investigations agents in Trials and Tribble-ations were a tip of the hat to The X-Files. Their names — Dulmer and Lucsly — are anagrams of Mulder and Scully. 100 Tribbles – Rescue (red) This crewman in Trials and Tribble-ations was portrayed by writer David Gerrold, who as a college student three decades earlier penned the original episode The Trouble with Tribbles. 100 Tribbles – Reverse (red)
Tribble 1,000 Tribbles – Discard (x2) Tribble 1,000 Tribbles – Rescue (x2) Tribble 1,000 Tribbles – Reverse (x1)
The Trouble With Tribbles was nominated for a Hugo award in 1968, but lost by a handful of votes to an earlier Star Trek episode: City on the Edge of Forever. 1,000 Tribbles – Discard (red) Hollywood seamstress Jacqueline Cumeré reportedly earned $350 for sewing the approximately 500 non-moving tribble props used to film The Trouble With Tribbles. 1,000 Tribbles – Rescue (red) The grain these tribbles are eating, quadrotriticale, is not entirely fictitious. It's a 23rd-century "advancement" of a real 20th-century wheat/rye hybrid called triticale. 1,000 Tribbles – Reverse (red)
Tribble 10,000 Tribbles – Clone (x2) Tribble 10,000 Tribbles – Reverse (x1)  
Other names originally considered for "tribbles" included fuzzies, shagbies, gollawogs, callahans, goombahs, trippies, triblets, willies, brazzies, triffles, piffles, puffies and poofies. 10,000 Tribbles – Clone (red) Other names originally considered for "tribbles" included fuzzies, shagbies, gollawogs, callahans, goombahs, trippies, triblets, willies, brazzies, triffles, piffles, puffies and poofies. 10,000 Tribbles – Reverse (red)  

"RESCUE" DECK - Blue

(26 cards including duplicates)
Reference Card (x1)  
1 Tribble — DISCARD
1 Tribble — GO
1 Tribble — SKIP

10 Tribbles — GO
10 Tribbles — POISON
10 Tribbles — SKIP

100 Tribbles — POISON
100 Tribbles — RESCUE
100 Tribbles — REVERSE
. . . 2 copies
. . . 2 copies
. . . 2 copies

. . . 1 copy
. . . 2 copies
. . . 3 copies

. . . 1 copy
. . . 4 copies
. . . 1 copy
  1,000 Tribbles — DISCARD
1,000 Tribbles — RESCUE
1,000 Tribbles — REVERSE

10,000 Tribbles — CLONE
10,000 Tribbles — REVERSE
10,000 Tribbles — SKIP




. . . 1 copy
. . . 3 copies
. . . 1 copy

. . . 1 copy
. . . 1 copy
. . . 1 copy




"Rescue" deck reference card  
Tribble 1 Tribble – Discard (2x) Tribble 1 Tribble – Go (x2) Tribble 1 Tribble – Skip (x2)
Although most of the original tribble props were stuffed with foam rubber, a few bean-bag tribbles were used in tight shots to more closely simulate the look of a real creature. 1 Tribble – Discard (blue) Bewteen takes of his Trials and Tribble-ations scene, actor Alexander Siddig (Julian Bashir) joked, "I get the feeling there's a big cat somewhere around coughing these things up." 1 Tribble – Go (blue) Other titles originally considered for The Trouble With Tribbles included The Fuzzies, You Think You've Got Tribbles? and A Fuzzy Thing Happened to Me. . . 1 Tribble – Skip (blue)
Tribble 10 Tribbles – Go (x1) Tribble 10 Tribbles – Poison (x2) Tribble 10 Tribbles – Skip (x3)
Although WWII veteran James Doohan usually concealed his combat wound, this scene provides a rare glimpse of his missing finger, shot off in the 1945 [sic] invasion of Normandy. 10 Tribbles – Go (blue) An early draft of The Trouble With Tribbles introduced a new Enterprise crew member: a cook nicknamed "Cookie." But who needs a chef when you have food replicators? 10 Tribbles – Poison (blue) Tribbles have three degrees of separation from Kevin Bacon: Armin Shimerman (Quark) was in The Shadow with Alec Baldwin, who was in She's Having a Baby with Kevin Bacon. 10 Tribbles – Skip (blue)
Tribble 100 Tribbles – Poison (x1) Tribble 100 Tribbles – Rescue (x4) Tribble 100 Tribbles – Reverse (x1)
In 1967, actor William Campbell (Captain Koloth) "kidnapped" about 40 tribbles from Paramount sound stage and gave them to neighborhood children. 100 Tribbles – Poison (blue) The Temporal Investigations agents in Trials and Tribble-ations were a tip of the hat to The X-Files. Their names — Dulmer and Lucsly — are anagrams of Mulder and Scully. 100 Tribbles – Rescue (blue) This crewman in Trials and Tribble-ations was portrayed by writer David Gerrold, who as a college student three decades earlier penned the original episode The Trouble with Tribbles. 100 Tribbles – Reverse (blue)
Tribble 1,000 Tribbles – Discard (x1) Tribble 1,000 Tribbles – Rescue (x3) Tribble 1,000 Tribbles – Reverse (x1)
The Trouble With Tribbles was nominated for a Hugo award in 1968, but lost by a handful of votes to an earlier Star Trek episode: City on the Edge of Forever. 1,000 Tribbles – Discard (blue) Hollywood seamstress Jacqueline Cumeré reportedly earned $350 for sewing the approximately 500 non-moving tribble props used to film The Trouble With Tribbles. 1,000 Tribbles – Rescue (blue) The grain these tribbles are eating, quadrotriticale, is not entirely fictitious. It's a 23rd-century "advancement" of a real 20th-century wheat/rye hybrid called triticale. 1,000 Tribbles – Reverse (blue)
Tribble 10,000 Tribbles – Clone (x1) Tribble 10,000 Tribbles – Reverse (x1) Tribble 10,000 Tribbles – Skip (x1)
Other names originally considered for "tribbles" included fuzzies, shagbies, gollawogs, callahans, goombahs, trippies, triblets, willies, brazzies, triffles, piffles, puffies and poofies. 10,000 Tribbles – Clone (blue) Other names originally considered for "tribbles" included fuzzies, shagbies, gollawogs, callahans, goombahs, trippies, triblets, willies, brazzies, triffles, piffles, puffies and poofies. 10,000 Tribbles – Reverse (blue) Other names originally considered for "tribbles" included fuzzies, shagbies, gollawogs, callahans, goombahs, trippies, triblets, willies, brazzies, triffles, piffles, puffies and poofies. 10,000 Tribbles – Skip (blue)
 
 
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