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Jedi Knights TCG: Big League Fun!
by Gregg "Gold 4" Keefer

The release of the all new Jedi Knights TCG (trading card game) from Decipher has a lot to offer to collectors, but players should be in hog heaven over this game. With an easy to learn mechanic and a wide array of strategic possibilities inherent in the cards and the way they work together it's a nice midway point between the mind numbing complexity of the Star Wars CCG and the fast paced smash and bash action of Young Jedi.

And like those two Star Wars games there will be a tournament structure to draw players into competition for special cards. So what about the more casual player collector?

Decipher has heard your wishes for a more relaxed and yet rewarding activity and is for the first time offering a special sanctioned league program that will give you a reason to clear your calendar one night a week (or more) for the next few months! After talking to Kendrick Summers at Decipher about this program I have to admit I got pretty excited, so please pardon my exclamation points! Having run Star Wars and Young Jedi leagues on my own in the past, this is the kind of program I could only have dreamed of having for my local players.

Retailers will be able to purchase a Jedi Knights League kit that includes everything they need to host a successful Jedi Knights league, including membership cards and exclusive premium cards available only through the league program.

So how does it work?

Once the retailer has received their kit from Decipher they can begin signing up league players (that's you!) . On an assigned night, or any other time a League member is in the store, players will meet to take on certain "Jedi Trials", a series of goals they need to achieve to ascend to the next level of Jedi training in the league. Each Month if you meet your goals you will receive a special premium card. The program is slated for a four month duration. The key to success in the league is participation, show up and meet your goals and your efforts will most definitely be rewarded.

So what can you get?

Well, just for signing up you will receive a special Luke Skywalker, Jedi Apprentice card. That's right an exclusive big nasty main character with unique gameplay that you can plug right into your existing decks!

You will also receive a membership card you will use to track your progress toward your next level of Jedi Mastery. The Membership card will be the same size as a regular card so you can just slip it into your trade binder or card box.

You will be able to collect two more cool main character cards (Obi Wan Kenobi, Jedi Knight and Yoda, Jedi Master. See the pattern here?) at each new level per month. There is also a Medal of Alderaan event card (with a lovely +4 Tactical Bonus) you can earn as well. You can take a look at all these cards at this link

You'll notice the cards are all Non-Theme Alliance cards which means they can go in any Alliance deck and play for no additional cost. You might also note that all these cards have the Premium logo like the rare them hero found in the Starter Decks and that they have the Right designation from a stereoscopic pair. Rest assured these cool league cards are just like the other stunning stereoscopic rares from the premiere set and that Left side cards HAVE been printed. No word yet on how the left side cards will be distributed at press time but rest assured they will get out there so you can see these bad boys pop! That Yoda card looks like it will be especially neat in 3D.

These cards will be non stamped, but if you like shiny things the league program will have one very special card in it. As a retailer incentive each league kit will come with a special foil Emperor card from an upcoming expansion of Jedi Knights. Unlike the various Gold, Silver and First Day cards this is a true foil card from edge to shining edge, much like the Star Wars Reflections cards. This card is a retailer incentive and will only be one per kit and it will be completely up to the retailer what they do with the card. They might use it for a special drawing or they can sell it outright if they so choose.

In addition to the opportunity to earn neat cards, leagues are a great way to meet players and learn a few tricks that will help you hone your decks to perfection. It will be a great chance for trading too! Decipher has always promoted a "clubhouse" atmosphere in stores for it's games through sanctioned tournaments in retail locations and the Jedi Knights leagues will offer a fun way to get involved with the local gaming scene without the stress of competing. Who knows after a few months, when your skills are complete and you have attained the rank of Jedi master you might feel like taking a shot at tournaments! Getting involved with your local play community, and earning cards for doing it is a win-win situation all the way! Ask your local retailer if they plan to participate in the Jedi Knights leagues and if they say no, cry like a six month old baby girl until they say they will!

That always works for me..........

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