Daedalus Entertainment printed the Limited edition in 1995 in both starter deck and booster pack formats. All cards are black-bordered
with a gold foil Ting Ting stamp in the upper right corner.
Limited Edition featured 323 cards, with rarities divided into Very Common, Common, Uncommon, and Rare. Some of the cards appear
more than once on the card sheet, so you'll find them more often than others of the "same" rarity.
Starter decks contain a rulebook, quick reference card, and 60 randomly assorted cards, with a high proportion of Very Common cards to
give the deck a reasonable chance of being playable out of the box. Each starter display box contains 12 decks. Booster packs contain 12
randomly assorted cards; each booster display box contains 36 packs.
Standard edition was also printed in 1995 in both starter deck and booster pack formats. All cards are black-bordered but without the
gold foil stamp. It's the same set of cards as Limited Edition, except that eight cards were intended to be removed from Standard. Those
eight are the Unique characters killed during Operation Killdeer.
Some of these cards made it into Standard Edition anyway, so you will occasionally find them without gold foil stamps.
The print run was roughly 12 million cards for Limited, and another 7 million for Standard.
Thank-you to Stephan Vincent for providing some information for this page.
Alchemist Lair was supposed to provide m resources, but was printed with c resources instead. The correct version was printed in Flashpoint.
There are two versions of The General: one with a black title, the other with a white title. It was supposed to have a white title.
There are two versions of Ultimate Mastery with slightly different rules text (one version uses more words to say the same thing as the other).
Hill of the Turtle appears as both a Common and Uncommon card. It was supposed to be Uncommon, but ended up in both slots.
The art for Reinvigoration Process shows the Mark Tedin art from Cellular Reinvigoration. The art was supposed to be by Anson Maddocks,
that's why he's credited on the card. And then Anson's art was lost, so we may never know what it was supposed to look like.
Helix Chewer appears in an Event border rather than a State border.
Thunder on the Mountain has a stray "m" in the rules text. That was supposed to be an a resource symbol.
Margaret Organ-Kean's name is misspelled as "Keen" on her cards.
The art for Hands Without Shadow is attributed to L.A. Williams, but it's really by Ed Beard, Jr.
Nicola Leonard's name is misspelled as "Nichola" on Progress of the Mouse.