Triple Expansion Announcement

Announcing the IDC’s next 3 expansions: First up, take a journey to The Old Republic: Days and Nights, which will cover the Dark Horse comic series “Knights of the Old Republic.” After that, prepare for all-out war in The Clone Wars: Battle Lines, which will cover Seasons 4, 5, and 6 of the TV show. Finally, set your sights on Rogue One, which will cover the recently released film. These 3 card packs highlight the villainy of these upcoming sets, from the dastardly Mandalorian scientist Demagol, to the malicious Darth Maul, to the always confident Director Krennic. Stay tuned for exciting promo cards and sneak peeks!

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Card of the Week: Satele Shan (E)

This week’s card is from The Old Republic expansion, the next part of the IDC’s “Expansions: Revisited” project. Although not as flashy as some of her earlier versions, Satele Shan (E) is a solid addition to a Council Member deck. Her Reserves ability works wonders with high cost Battle or Mission cards in your discard pile. For a combined total of tapping Satele and 7 Force, you can play the most powerful Battle or Mission card in your discard pile, no matter its original cost.

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Card of the Week: Emperor Vitiate (A)

This week’s card is from The Old Republic expansion, the next part of the IDC’s “Expansions: Revisited” project. The Sith Emperor has been renamed Emperor Vitiate, and he has been given a few enhancements, mainly the ability to cancel Stealth. Otherwise, a fully stacked Vitiate on his own would be useless against Stealth units. Subtypes have also been given a major overhaul in this expansion. The “Imperial” subtype is being added to those cards affiliated with the True Sith Empire just as the “Old Republic” subtype is featured on cards affiliated with the Republic. This opens cards up for bonuses with Imperial decks, but it also leaves them open to penalties against anti-Imperial units. “Old Republic” cards have the exact same potential for bonuses and penalties with Republic decks. Certain cards, including Keeper and Rycus Kilran among others, mistakenly had the “Sith” subtype, even though they were not actual Force-using Sith. These cards have been given the “Imperial” subtype instead. There are also several cards which are being “future-proofed” with brand new subtypes that hint at future KotOR and TOR expansions…

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