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#1 Dietcokeofevil

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Posted 06 September 2012 - 03:28 PM

Has anyone put any thought into what the distribution for the force packs would be?

 

Figure if they stick with the 60 cards per force pack, as they have been doing with the other LCG.. my guess would be that there would be the following array of pods.

 

Rebel Pod 1

Duplicate of Rebel Pod 1

Rebel Pod 2

Duplicate of Rebel Pod 2

Rebel Pod 3 (This pod would be limited to 1 per deck)

Then a similiar spred for the Empire cards.. What do you all think?

 



#2 Hannibal_pjv

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Posted 27 October 2012 - 08:43 AM

Maybe, but there can be different kind of mixes allso. But this would be most economical to the player if there are same amount of rebel and imperial cards…

We don't know that yet, but it seems to be most likely situation. One way is that you get two different pods for each faction *3… That would be a cheap thing to do, but allso possible. You could have the one or two extra pods. But you only have to make 10 cards to each faction.

 

If what you supose will be the case we would get 20 new cards to each faction..

2* RP1
2* RP2
1* RP3
1* RP4
total 30 card with 20 different cards

3*RP1
3*RP2
total 30 cards with 10 different cards

Or maybe

2* RP1
2* RP2
2* RP3
total 30 cards with 15 different cards.

 

 



#3 Lor

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Posted 09 November 2012 - 06:27 AM

The news release about the Hoth expansion gave more information about the force packs.

About Force Packs™
Each Force Pack expands the Star Wars universe and increase players’ deck-building options with sixty new cards. As a Living Card Game® (LCG), Star Wars: The Card Game follows a fixed distribution model, and each Force Pack provides players a complete playset of each new objective, unit, enhancement, event, and fate card it contains.

 

Because Star Wars: The Card Game introduces a new set-building design to our collection of LCGs, the distribution of cards in each Force Pack also differs from the model used for our other LCGs. Instead of gaining three copies of each new card, you’ll gain ten complete objective sets, including one copy of each “Limit 1” objective set and two copies of each other objective set.

Tim



#4 LMKComaBlack

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Posted 09 November 2012 - 06:59 AM

Lor said:

The news release about the Hoth expansion gave more information about the force packs.

About Force Packs™
Each Force Pack expands the Star Wars universe and increase players’ deck-building options with sixty new cards. As a Living Card Game® (LCG), Star Wars: The Card Game follows a fixed distribution model, and each Force Pack provides players a complete playset of each new objective, unit, enhancement, event, and fate card it contains.

 

Because Star Wars: The Card Game introduces a new set-building design to our collection of LCGs, the distribution of cards in each Force Pack also differs from the model used for our other LCGs. Instead of gaining three copies of each new card, you’ll gain ten complete objective sets, including one copy of each “Limit 1” objective set and two copies of each other objective set.

Tim

 

To further this, the Products page says that the first expansion box contains sets 37-42.  So that's 6 new sets.  10 sets per box means we get 4 sets in double, and 2 sets that are "unique."






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