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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)

Contents

• 112 Tribble cards • 8 reference cards • scorepad • pencil • rulesheet

How to Win

Tribbles are breeding like crazy: 1 … 10 … 100 … 1,000 … 10,000! You score points by getting all your tribbles out of your hand. If you have the highest score at the end of five rounds of play, you win!

Setup

Give each player a set of reference cards, and separate the Tribble cards into four decks of slightly differing sizes according to their colored squares:    

  Blue square — “Rescue” deck
Green square — “Go” deck
Red square — “Poison” deck
Yellow square — “Discard” deck
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 cards
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 cards
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 cards
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 cards

Each player takes one deck, shuffles, and cuts it. Whoever cuts the highest card will take the first turn. (In case of a tie, the tied players cut again.) Each player then re-shuffles their deck and draws a hand of 7 cards.

As the game progresses, each player will have their own draw deck, play pile, and discard pile, as shown below. (You may not look through any deck or pile except when the rules specifically allow it.)

How to Play

If you are the player who takes the first turn, start by playing a 1 Tribble card from hand to your play pile. Play goes clockwise around the table. The next player plays a 10 Tribbles card, then the next player plays a 100 Tribbles card, and so on in sequence. Each player must announce the number of tribbles they are playing.

On your turn, if you do not have a card in your hand with the next number in the sequence, you must draw a card. If that card has the proper number, you may immediately play it. If it does not, you must put it in your hand and say “pass,” followed by the last number of tribbles played (e.g., “pass on 100”).
If you ever have to draw a card from your draw deck but your draw deck is empty, you are “decked.” Immediately discard your hand and sit out the rest of the current round; you may not score any more points that round.

If the player just before you “passes,” you have the opportunity to restart the sequence (by playing 1 Tribble or to continue it, if the player just before you says “pass on 100,” you may play either 1 Tribble or 1,000 Tribbles.
You may choose to pass even if you hold or draw a card of the proper number. However, you can’t draw a card and then decide to play one from your hand.

Tribble Icons

Each Tribble card has a special icon in the upper left corner. Whenever you play a card, you may choose to use or ignore the icon.

REVERSE
Reverse the direction of play from clockwise to anti-clockwise, or vice versa.SKIP Skip the next player.
GO Take another turn (e.g., play the next tribble number in sequence).
DISCARD Choose one card in your hand to place in your discard pile.
POISON Choose any opponent who still has card(s) in their draw deck. That opponent must discard the top card, and you immediately score points equal to the number of tribbles on that card.
RESCUE Look through your discard pile and recover a card. Place it face-down on top of your draw deck — or, if it has the proper number of tribbles, you may play it now.
Once you begin a rescue, you must recover a card even if you don’t find the one you want. Regardless, you don’t have to tell your opponents which cards you’re rescuing.
CLONE A card with this icon may be played even when it has the same number of tribbles as the last card played. (For example, a 10,000 CLONE is playable if the previous number of tribbles played was 1,000 or 10,000.)

If you want to use one of these tribble icons, announce the icon name right after you’ve announced the number of tribbles (e.g., “100 REVERSE”). If you want to ignore the icon, then only announce the card’s number.

Ending the Round

Play until one player “goes out” by playing (or discarding) the last card in their hand (that player may use the tribble icon on the last card they play.)
If all of your opponents get “decked,” you immediately go out by placing your entire hand into your play pile.

• All players discard the cards remaining in their hands.

• The player who goes out (and only that player) scores points equal to the total number of Tribbles in their play pile.

• Each player then shuffles their play pile back into their draw deck in preparation for the next round. (Discard piles are not shuffled back in.)

The player who went out this round will take the first turn in the next round. Each new round begins with 1 Tribble and play goes clockwise (even if it had been reversed in the previous round.)
If all of your opponents are “decked” at the start of a round, you still get to play out the remaining rounds by drawing 7 cards and “going out” each time.

Ending the Game

After five rounds of play, the player with the highest total score wins!

Customizing Tribble Decks

Most card games have just one deck of cards that never changes. But The Tribbles Game is a Customizable Card Game. It offers you creative flexibility to build bigger, better decks with various themes — just the way you want them. There are no limits to the type and number of Tribble cards you can use in each of your decks. (In general, the more cards you include, the less likely you will be able to get “decked”.)

There are lots of ways to customize different Tribbles decks. You can choose from among the 112 cards in this box; combine them with cards from additional boxed sets; and trade cards with your friends. Also, you can add in advanced cards from packs of The Trouble With Tribbles expansion set for the Star Trek Customizable Card Game — a full-featured, richly detailed universe of highly collectible cards that let you play out themes from virtually any Star Trek story you can imagine. Ask for it at your favorite game store, hobby shop, bookstore, comic book shop, etc.

Adding More Tribble Cards to Your Collection

This boxed set includes many different combinations of tribble numbers and icons. But even more powerful “advanced cards” are available in expansion packs of The Trouble With Tribbles. These cards take The Tribbles Game ”up a notch” and provide strategies for scoring into the several hundred thousands!

• 1 — 10 — 100 — 1,000 Tribbles (BONUS)
• 10,000 Tribbles (GO, POISON, and RESCUE)
• 100,000 Tribbles (CLONE, DISCARD, and RESCUE)

Rules for Advanced Cards

BONUS Bonus icons — At the end of each round, if you avoided getting “decked” and your pile includes a run of all four BONUS cards (1— 10 — 100 — 1,000), you score an extra 100,000 points — even if you weren’t the player who went out!

Each time you play a card with a BONUS icon, you may briefly look through your play pile to see which Bonus cards you still need for your run. You may score the 100,000 bonus only once per round, no matter how many runs you have in your play pile.

Overpopulation — On your turn, if the last card played was 100,000 Tribbles, the population has “peaked” and you may restart the sequence by playing 1 Tribble even if there has not been a pass. (Of course, an even better option would be to play a 100,000 CLONE card!)

 
 
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