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Death Star II Limited
Publication information

Star Wars Customizable Card Game


Decipher, Inc.

Publication date

July 2000

General information

182 cards

91 Light Side
91 Dark Side
Preceded by

Endor Limited

Followed by

Tatooine Limited

The Death Star II Limited set is the eighth full expansion set of the Star Wars Customizable Card Game, a card game based on the Star Wars universe. It consists of 182 cards (91 Dark Side and 91 Light Side cards) and was introduced in July of 2000. This set consists of 2 ultra-rare, 2 exclusive rare, 78 rare, 50 uncommon, and 50 common cards. This set introduced many of the classic characters from Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi that were involved with the events surrounding the Death Star II and the Battle of Endor . This set was a very important set and included many powerful cards. It also introduced ultra-rares: Luke Skywalker and Emperor Palpatine. This set also introduced the Mon Calamari Star Cruiser, RZ-1 A-wing interceptor, TIE/In interceptor and many other starships and other important elements to the game. This expansion was also noted for introducing the Final Jedi Test to the game. A complete list of the Death Star II Limited set can be found on Decipher's webpage. [1]

Because this is an expansion set, each card has an expansion set symbol, in this case force lightning, which is located near the top right corner of the card.

This set was sold in 11 card expansion packs and 30 pack expansion boxes. Each pack includes one rare (or ultra rare) card, three uncommon cards and seven common cards. Starter decks were also produced for this set. In the starter decks, exclusive rares were introduced for the first time, Admiral Ackbar and Admiral Firmus Piett.

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