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Sith Rising is the second expansion for the Star Wars Trading Card Game from Wizards of the Coast. It is based on the prequel trilogy film Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones, while also introducing elements from the film Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace. Sith Rising was released in July 2002.

Sith Rising contains 90 cards, including 30 each of the rare, uncommon, and common variety. The expansion focuses on the powers of the dark side of the Force and introduces such new characters as Darth Maul and Mace Windu.

New abilitiesEdit

  • Stun - reduces power of the unit your unit attacks until the end of turn
  • Overload - unit can make additional damage, but it also damages itself

Card typesEdit

  • Battle: 14
  • Character: 36
  • Ground: 17
  • Mission: 9
  • Space: 14

Card SideEdit

  • Dark: 36
  • Neutral: 18
  • Light: 36

Card ListEdit

  1. Aayla Secura (A)
  2. Anakin Skywalker (E)
  3. Aurra Sing (A)
  4. Chancellor Palpatine (B)
  5. Clone Captain
  6. Clone Facility
  7. Darth Maul (A)
  8. Darth Maul (C)
  9. Darth Sidious (B)
  10. Darth Tyranus (D)
  11. Geonosian Picadors
  12. Impossible Victory
  13. Jango Fett (E)
  14. Jedi Bravery
  15. Jedi Starfighter Wing
  16. Jocasta Nu (A)
  17. Mace Windu (A)
  18. Mace Windu (B)
  19. Massiff
  20. Nute Gunray (B)
  21. Republic Drop Ship
  22. Sio Bibble (A)
  23. Sith Infiltrator (A)
  24. Slave I (B)
  25. Super Battle Droid 5TE
  26. Trade Federation Control Core
  27. Tusken Camp
  28. Twilight of the Republic
  29. Unfriendly Fire
  30. Yoda (C)
  31. Aiwha Rider
  32. C-3PO (B)
  33. Careful Targeting
  34. Clever Escape
  35. Clone trooper 6/298
  36. Darth Maul (B)
  37. Darth Tyranus (E)
  38. Destroyer Droid, W Series
  39. Female Tusken Raider
  40. Fog of War
  41. Geonosian Scout
  42. Hailfire Droid
  43. Homing Spider Droid
  44. Infantry Battle Droid
  45. Jedi Heroes
  46. Jedi Starfighter Scout
  47. Mace Windu (B)
  48. Moment of Truth
  49. Obi-Wan Kenobi (D)
  50. Out of His Misery
  51. Padmé Amidala (E)
  52. Passel Argente (A)
  53. Price of Failure
  54. R2-D2 (B)
  55. Recognition of Valor
  56. Sun Fac (A)
  57. Techno Union Warship
  58. Trade Federation Offensive
  59. Tusken Raider
  60. Visit the Lake Retreat
  61. Acclamator-Class Assault Ship
  62. Aggressive Negotiations
  63. Anakin Skywalker (F)
  64. AT-TE Troop Transport
  65. Battle Droid Assault Squad
  66. Brutal Assault
  67. Clone Trooper Legion
  68. Commerce Guild Cruiser
  69. Commerce Guild Spider Droid
  70. Concentrated Fire
  71. Coruscant Speeder
  72. Darth Maul (D)
  73. Diplomatic Cruiser
  74. Droid Starfighter DFS-1VR
  75. Geonosian Artillery Battery
  76. Geonosian Defense Fighter
  77. Maul's Strategy
  78. Mobile Assault Cannon
  79. Naboo Starfighter Wing
  80. Nubian Yacht
  81. Padawan and Senator
  82. Reassemble C-3PO
  83. Republic LAAT/i Gunship
  84. Retreat Underground
  85. Run the Gauntlet
  86. Senatorial Cruiser
  87. Shoot Her or Something
  88. Super Battle Droid Squad
  89. Suppressing Fire
  90. Trade Federation Warship

DevelopmentEdit

Sith Rising was released in July 2002,[2] in advance of that year's Gen Con tabletop-game convention.[3] The expansion had originally planned to ship to distributors on July 31, 2002.[4]

Wizards of the Coast showcased Sith Rising, along with demos of the Star Wars Trading Card Game, at San Diego Comic-Con in August 2002.[5]

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