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I was sent the the number of cards that were missing. Got some a dupe or two but so what? I got the right number of cards and that's all I was expecting and had any right to expect.
 
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Actually, I was thinking about Sgt Ace, but it's ok, you can answer me annnnnnytime Smile

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Originally posted by STCardGeek:
Actually, I was thinking about Sgt Ace, but it's ok, you can answer me annnnnnytime Smile


I know. I was replying to him, too.
 
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Well, aren't I ego-centric, thinking it's all about me Wink

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I just today got a US edition box which I bought off the 'bay.

I wanted it mainly to get the box itself for my collection, but inside I got:

2 costumes - both 7 of 9 ones, C25 & C34 - I have all 3 of the 7 of 9 now, except the auto'd one

CC1
TV2 and TV16 (which I had already Frown )
First Officer - Riker (again, got this Frown )
Art cards - FP33 (Doctor) and FP40 (Reed) - both of which I have, but also got FP17 (Yar) and FP24 (o'Brien)
BT4 - Voyager

So, not too bad, I have less than a qaurter of the chase cards yet, so the number of doubles was a bit of a bummer, but at least I got 2 new costume cards. The box topper is extraordinary - never seen cards like this before, but I think I like it.

So, now I have the box and a few more of the chase to add to my lovely binder Big Grin

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Posts: 273 | Location: Norwich, UK | Registered: December 03, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Hey y'all. Hey Lynn and Raj - I'm missing 3 cards to complete the set. There are some that I did get the variants as well but there were three that I didn't get at all, I'd rather have the variants since they tend to be the hardest ones anyways. Hope that helps.
 
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Hi all, finally picked up a box of this. It was okay, but was hoping for different costumes. However, did receive all the expected cards per odds listed, plus a pretty cool motion card.

Motion card: M1 (Kirk and Spock) Cool

Artifex: FP11 Riker
FP34 Tuvok
FP35 Seven of Nine Luv You
FP41 Hoshi

First Officers: Number One

TV Guide TV9 Chakotay
TV12 Paris/Torres Cool (This is great for my B'Ellana Torres collection!)

Box Topper: B5 Enterprise

Costumes: C5 Lenore Karidian (shiny blue)
C11 Deanna Troi (black fabric)

Already had a Troi costume from the Quotable set that looks exactly like this swatch, so kinda bummed. Will probably try to trade it for a different costume. Overall, pretty nice. Not wild about the base set design, but still a nice addition to the ol' Star Trek collection.

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You beat the odds on the motion card since it averages two a case Wink

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Congrats Jack London on your box breakdown! Glad you were able to beat the odds by getting the motion card. Thumb Up
 
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Way to go on Twak the odds! Smile
 
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I opened 2 UK boxes a few weeks back and only pulled 1 costume card in total. I emailed Rittenhouse with the box numbers etc and they sent me my three missing cards a couple of weeks later. Great service I think from a quality card producer.
 
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Hello king-beez and Welcome to Card Talk! Wave

I'm glad RA was able to send you those things cards.
 
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Hi King-beez Welcome to Card-Talk my son Wink

Re: RA, You must of contacted Joanna. She is VERY helpful in all Custome probs and RA's biggest asset.
Note: at Christmas, she likes chocolate and Conan Sketchcards Wink

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Posts: 4214 | Location: Flitwick, Bedfordshire, England | Registered: July 15, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Got one box:

UK Edition

-Box Topper: BT2 (0273/1900)
-Checklist Card: CC1
-Bridge Crew: FP16 (Deanna), FP20 (Odo), FP23 (Jadzia), FP37 (Archer)
-First Officers: N3 (Riker)
-Villians Portrait: VP2 (Q)
-Costumes: C35 (T'Pol), C43 (T'Pol)

I'm very happy with my pulls! Big Grin

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Congrats on your pulls Cee_Jay! Clap
 
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Got box today. #6039

2 base sets and one checklist
Artfex-FP6,Uhura-FP8,Nurse Chapel-FP37,Archer-FP38T'Pol
BT-1
First Officers--N6,T'pol
TV GuideTV1,TV8

2 costume cards-C10,Mea 3 and C26,Commander Dolim
The Dolin card looks like rubber snake skin and sticks out past the card.

Smokin'

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Cool Cool Thumb Up

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Congrats on your box break Silverback! Clap
 
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Opened two boxes.

2253 & 4366 of 6500
40 packs a box, 5 cards per pack D
Box design C
Wrapper design C
Base design B
Base collation (2 with checklists) A
2 checklists (would have 4 sets) D
2 boxtoppers BT2,4 B
8 Artifex FP2,6,8,14,22,32,37,38 design A
4 TV Guide TV5,7,8,17 design B+
2 First Contacts N2,3 design B+
4 Costumes design B
Insert ratios D-

Overall C+/C
Highlights include set collation and insert designs. Lowlights...get rid of the checklist scheme. Increase the insert ratios especially since the sets are so large.

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I got two boxes today. I wanted a Trip costume, but I was pleasantly pleased with my pulls, especially since there wasn't a lot of duplication!

C35 T'Pol Costume
C43 T'Pol Costume
N3
TV 3,13
PP 5,8,27,28

C11 Deanna Troi Costume
C41 Gul Damar Costume
N6
TV 10,17
PP 6,20,37,38

Didn't get my Trip costume, but I loved getting both fo the T'Pol costumes, especially as they cost quite a bit more that the Trip ones, and I wasn't planning on buying them as singles. OVerall, I am pretty happy!

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