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Star Trek Discovery Season One
Star Trek Discovery Season One
 
Rittenhouse Archives presents Star Trek: Disovery Season One Trading Cards with a 90-card base set. Each box includes 2 Autograph Cards.

Bonus sets include an 18 card Behind the Scenes Set (1:12 packs), 11 card Character Set (1:24), 9 card Opening Artwork Set (1:24), 8 card Mirror Universe Set (1:288), and 12 Wardrobe Relic Cards (1:96).

For every 6 cases purchased there is a Mary Wiseman Autograph Relic Card. For every 9 cases purchased there is a Jason Isaacs and Sonequa Martin-Green Dual Autograph Card. There are also two case topper poster cards.

An archive box is given for every 18 cases purchased which includes: Complete base set, Beind the Scenes set, Character card set, Opening Artwork set, Wardrobe/Relic set, Mirror Universe set, 40 of 43 pack inserted Single Autographs, both Case Toppers, five promo cards, plus three exclusive Single Autograph Cards and a set of four Printing Plate cards. It does not include the full-bleed Sonequa Martin-Green and Wilson Cruz autograph cards, the bordered Shazad Latif as Tyler Autograph card, the four Dual Autograph cards, 6-case or 9-case Incentive cards.

There is a custom designed 3-inch collector's album which contains an exclusive promo card.
Manufacturer Date of release Production run Packs per box Cards per pack Card size
Rittenhouse Archives 27 March 2019 6,000 boxes 24 5 2½" x 3½"
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Base Set
The Vulcan Hello
1 1 T'Kuvma exhorts his fellow warriors to help him unite 24 Great Houses of the Empire against the Federation. Meanwhile on a desert planet, Captain Philippa Georgiou and her first officer, Commander Michael Burnham, repair a well for the Crepusculans before beaming up to the U.S.S. Shenzhou. 2 2 At the edge of Federation space, the Shenzhou investigates damage done to an interstellar relay near a binary star. The crew detects a mysterious object nearby; Burnham dons a space suit to check it out. As she explores the object, she's suddenly attacked by a Klingon. 3 3 Burnham forces the Klingon's bat'leth through his body, killing him. Failling unconscious from radiation exposure, Burnham is rescued by her shipmates. She awakens in sickbay and rushes to the bridge to warn the captain that the Klingons are present. The Shenzhou targets the Klingon object, prompting a warship to de-cloak.
4 4 On the Klingon ship, T'Kuvma grants the pale-skinned Voq the honor of lighting the beacon that will draw other Klingons to their cause. On the Shenzhou, Kelpien science officer Saru urges withdrawal, while Georgiou seeks a diplomatic path forward. Burnham, whose parents were killed by Klingons, doubts diplomacy will work. 5 5 The Klingon beacon activates, momentarily blinding the Shenzhou crew. After contacting her mentor, Ambassador Sarek, to ask how the Vulcans achieved peace with the Klingons, Burnham recommends the "Vulcan Hello" to Georgiou: attack first. For the Vulcans, violence brought respect, which brought peace. 6 6 Georgiou rejects Burnham's stance, as Starfleet does not fire first. Burnham subdues her captain with a Vulcan neck pinch and tries to take command, ordering the ship's weapons to target the Klingon vessel. Georgiou recovers in time to belay that order, just as a flotilla of Klingon ships arrives.
Battle at the Binary Stars
7 7 On the bridge of the Shenzhou, Burnham explains that she was trying to save the captain and crew when she took command. However, a furious Georgiou relieves Burnham of duty and sends her to the brig. Several Starfleet ships arrive, but the Klingons attack anyway, severely damaging the Shenzhou. 8 8 A Klingon torpedo breaches the ship's hull; an emregency force field separates Burnham from the vacuum of space. Sarek, mind-melding with Burnham across a tousand light-years, urges her to find a way to help her comrades. Meanwhile, the U.S.S. Europa saves the Shenzhou from destruction. 9 9 Admiral Anderson attempts to negotiate a cease-fire with T'Kuvma, but the Klingon sends one of his ships to ram the Europa under cloak. The Europa self-destructs, blowing up both vessels. On the Shenzhou, Burnham convinces the computer to help her escape the brig.
10 10 Burnham returns to the bridge as Georgiou and Saru discuss a plan to attack T'Kuvma's flagship. Burnham urges Georgiou to take T'Kuvma prisoner; Georgiou agrees. As T'Kuvma retrieves his fallen comrades from space, he unwittingly takes aboard a Shenzhou warhead, too. The resulting explosion disables his ship. 11 11 Georgiou and Burnham beam aboard the Klingon warship and soon find themselves in and-to-hand combat with T'Kuvma and Voq. Burnham overcomes Voq, but T'Kuvma kills Georgiou. Burnham shoots and kills the Klingon leader before Saru beams her back to the Shenzhou. 12 12 The crew abandons the wrecked Shenzhou, and Burnham pleads guilty to several charges, including mutiny, at her court-martial. She spent her youth on Vulcan dreaming of a day when she would command her own vessel. Now she is stripped of rank and imprisoned for life.
Context Is for Kings
13 13 Six months after Burnham's court-martial, the U.S.S. Discovery rescues Burnham and three other convicts from a damaged prison shuttle. Commander Landry escorts them to the mess hall, where two of the convicts attack Burnham. After she quickly incapacitates them, Landry takes her to meet the captain. 14 14 Captain Gabriel Lorca explains that he needs Burnham's expertise in quantum physics to help win the war with the Klingons. Burnham is assigned quarters with Sylvia Tilly, a nervous young cadet. In the morning, First Officer Saru - her former crewmate on the Shenzhou - takes Burnham to engineering. 15 15 In engineering, Burnham handles a task for Lt. Paul Stamets while secretly poking into his mysterious science project. Lorca enters with bad news: the U.S.S. Glenn, which is also working on the project, has suffered a disatrous "incident." Lorca sends Burnham with a team to investigate.
16 16 The Glenn's corridors are littered with bodies, including Klingons. A creature chases the team to engineering, but thanks to Burnham, they're able to escape with vital equipment. Back aboard the Discovery, Saru and Burnham begin to mend fences, and Lorca invites Burnham to officially join the Discovery crew. 17 17 Burnham declines to join Lorca's crew, because she believes he's developing an illicit weapon in defiance of Geneva protocols. The captain takes her to engineering to show her the truth: they're working on a mycelium spore drive, an organic propulsion system that can send ships light years in seconds. 18 18 Lorca parises the way Burnham thinks, and she agrees to join his crew. Later, she gives Tilly her copy of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, which her foster mother, Amanda, used to read to her on Vulcan. Meanwhile, Lorca taunts a captive "guest" - the creature that wiped out the Glenn crew.
The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the Lamb's Cry
19 19 Burnham, assigned without any rank to Discovery's science division, is unnerved when she receives a container pursuant to the late Captain Georgiou's will. She reports to the bridge, where the crew is struggling with Klingon battle simulations. Lorca directs Burnham to find out how the creature from the Glenn can help them win the war. 20 20 On T'Kuvma's disabled ship, Voq grapples with the challenges of leadership. His first officer, L'Rell, urges him to retrieve the dilithium unit from the abandoned Shenzhou. On Discovery, Burnham likens their captive creature to the tardigrade species on Earth. Word arrives that the Klingons have attacked Corvan II; Discovery prepares to jump to the colony's rescue. 21 21 Discovery tries to jump to Corvan II, but the ship's spore dirve lacks navigational stability and misses the mark. The attempt appears to distress the tardigrade creature. Meanwhile, Voq receives a visit from Kol, a Klingon who covets T'Kuvma's ship; as it's the only Klingon vessel with a cloaking device.
22 22 Landry, frustrated by Burnham's slow progress with the tardigrade, tries a more aggressive approach which proves disastrous; the creature attacks and kills her. Still, Burnham establishes that the tardigrade is not inherently dangerous. Working with Tilly and Stamets, Burnham discovers that the creature interacts with the spores symbiotically, and it can navigate for them. 23 23 Voq and L'Rell take the Shenzhou's dilithium unit back to their ship, only to find that Kol has taken power. L'Rell pretends to reject Voq, who is left stranded on the Shenzhou, but she joins him later with a plan to prove he's the true torchbearer. On Discovery, Stamets transports the tardigrade into the spore drive reaction chamber, and the ship jumps to Corvan II. 24 24 Discovery's spore drive helps Lorca achieve a quick victory over the Klingon vessels attacking Corvan II, but the jump weakens the tardigrade. In her quarters later, Burnham opens the crate from Georgiou and receives a heartfelt message from the late captain's hologram. Also, in the case is Georgiou's most beloved possession, her telescope.
Choose Your Pain
25 25 Burnham confers wit Dr. Hugh Culber, Stamets' partner, about the tardigrade's deteriorating health. Aboard a nearby space station, Admiral Cornwell orders Lorca to stop using Disocvery's spore drive until Starfleet can find more tardigrades. As Lorca heads back to Discovery, Klingons attack his shuttle and take him prisoner. 26 26 As Discovery's acting captain, Saru plans multiple jumps to find Lorca, despite Burnham's report that each jump harms the tardigrade. Meanwhile, Lorca meets two fellow prisoners aboard the Klingon ship: Lieutenant Ash Tyler of the U.S.S. Yeager, and Harcourt Fenton Mudd, who has somehow avoided regular beatings by their captors. 27 27 On Discovery, Stamets, Burnham and Tilly search for a species that can substitute for the tardigrade in the spore drive. Burnham suggests injecting tardigrade DNA into a human, an idea that Saru angrily rejects; he confines her to quarters. Discovery's next jump puts it within weapons range of the Klingon ship holding Lorca, but the tardigrade collapses.
28 28 Aboard the Klingon ship, L'Rell tortures Lorca with bright light in his sensitive eyes. When he's returned to his cell, Lorca finds a device on Harry Mudd's pet insect; he's been transmitting to L'Rell. Mudd says Lorca is no better - he saved his own skin when his last ship, the U.S.S. Buran, was destroyed by Klingons. Lorca admits that he blew up his crew to save them from Klingon torture. 29 29 Lorca and Tyler overcome their jailers and escape, but leave Mudd locked up. They fend off several Klingons in the ship's corridors, including L'Rell, before getting away in a Klingon raider. On the Discovery, Culber refuses Saru's order to revive the tardigrade, but Stamets agrees to do it. Moments later, the Discovery rescues Lorca and Tyler from pursuing raiders and jumps away. 30 30 Stamets, not the tardigrade, was responsible for the Discovery's jump. He injected himself with the creature's DNA and took his place in the reaction chamber. Saru makes amends with Burnham, who releases the tardigrade into space, it rejuvenates and departs on the mycelial network. In their quarters, Culber scans Stamets for effects from his ordeal, but Stamets insists he's fine.
Lethe
31 31 Lorca gets to know Ash Tyler and makes him chief of security. Elsewhere, Ambassador Sarek's mission to Cancri IV is sabotaged when his companion, a Vulcan logic extremist, blows himself up, crippling their vessel. On Discovery, Burnham feels the pain of Sarek's injuries and crumples to the deck. 32 32 Burnham;'s thoughts merge with Sarek's and she finds herself on Vulcan, reliving the moment when Sarek informed her that the Vulcan Expeditionary Group rejjected her. Awakening in sickbay, Burnham explains to her concerned shipmates that Vulcan logic extremists once tried to kill her and Sarek used his katra to save her life. The two have been linked ever since. 33 33 Starfleet reveals that Sarek was on a mission to forge peace with two Klingon houses. Lorca pledges to rescue him, ignoring Starfleet protocols. Since thhe Yridia Nebula interferes with Discovery's sensors, Burnham heads to Sarek's last location in a shuttle piloted by Tyler. Tilly comes along to work the neural enhancer that will help Burnham reconnect with Sarek's katra.
34 34 After Burnham's shuttle launches, Admiral Cornwell visits Lorca. She's furious with his rogue actions of late, but they have a few drinks and wind up in bed together. When Lorca's paranoia surfaces, Cornwell declares that they must plan his resignation. On the shuttle, Burnham enters Sarek's thoughts, but he fights her. Burnham demands to know what Sarek is hiding. 35 35 Sarek admits that the Vulcan Expeditionary Group would accept only Burnham or Spock, not both. Sarek chose Spock and let Burnham think she had failed. Though deeply hurt, Burnham helps Sarek activate his ship's transporter so he can be rescued by the Discovery. Afterward, Lorca offers Burnham an officlal post as science specialist on the bridge, and she accepts. 36 36 Burnham urges Sarek to talk to her about what she's learned from their mind-meld, but Sarek demurs. "We'll have this conversation one day, Father," she says. Meanwhile on Cancri IV, Cormwell takes Sarek's place for the peace talks, only to find it's a trap. The Klingons, led by General Kol, take Cornwell prisoner.
Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad
37 37 As Burnham struggles to connect with Tyler at a party, Discovery encounters a whale-like creature called a gormangander. When they beam it into the shuttlebay, Harry Mudd emerges from its mouth and starts shooting crewmembers. He intends to sell the ship to the Klingons. Inexplicably, Mudd starts an explosion that destroys the ship … and time resets. The party is in full swing again. 38 38 As time repeats, Stamets runs up to Burnham and Tyler and declares that they've all been here before. The ship goes to black alert, but Captain Lorca didn't order it. He sends Burnham and Tyler to engineering, where they find Mudd. "Will one of you tell me how to work this damn system?" he damands, indicating the spore drive. Suddenly he's shot from behind by Stamets. 39 39 Stamets, whose tradigrade DNA keeps him outside the time loop, doesn't have time to explain what's going on before Discovery blows up. The loop begins again, but this time, Stamets manages to inform Burnham that Mudd is causing time to repeat itself. He thinks Tyler may know how Mudd is doing it. To help advance their conversation in the next loop, Burnham tells Stamets a secret.
40 40 While Mudd is busy executing Lorca in 54 time loops, Stamets repeats Burnham's secret to her - she's never been in love - which covinces her that his story about the time loop is true. After some coaching by Stamets, Burnham dances with Tyler at the party and brings him up to speed. They conclude that Mudd must have a time crystal. 41 41 Mudd kills Tyler with a dark matter orb and threatens more killing if they don't tell him how the spore drive operates. Stamets steps forward and reveals that the drive needs him to work. Burnham offers herself, as well, assuring Mudd that the Klingons will pay handsomely for T'Kuvma's killer. First, though, she forces Mudd to reset time once more. 42 42 Thinking he's won, Mudd lets the time loop run out. This time, however, the crew is ready for him. They trick Mudd into sending Discovery's coordinates to his wife, Stella, and her wealthy father, Barron. They've been looking for Mudd, as he took off with Stella's dowry. "Turns out you can con a con man," Burnham says as Stella, Barron transport to Barron's ship.
Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum
43 43 Six Klingon ships equipped with cloaking technology destroy the U.S.S. Gagarin, underscoring the importance of Discovery’s mission to the planet Pahvo. Burnham, Tyler and Saru transport down to see if they can harness Pahvo’s naturally-occurring sound transmissions as a form of sonar. They head toward the planet’s crystalline transmitter and meet a ghostly blue entity. 44 44 The Pahvan creature leads Saru, Burnham and Tyler to a hut, where Saru begins the process of establishing communication. Tyler and Burnham share an intimate moment outside. On Discovery, Stamets admits to Tilly that interfacing with the spore drive is affecting his mental state. Meanwhile, General Kol allows L’Rell to interrogate his prisoner, Admiral Cornwell. 45 45 On Kol’s ship, L’Rell tells Cornwell that she wants to defect to the Federation. As they make their way toward L’Rell’s ship in the hangar, they are spotted by Kol. L’Rell as no choice but to fight and try to kill Cornwell. When she goes to dispose of the body, L’Rell finds the corpses of several of her comrades. “I will avenge you all,” she vows.
46 46 On Pahvo, a brief moment of intense mental communication with the Pahvans seems to change Saru. He embraces the planet’s harmony and declares that he, Burnham and Tyler will not be leaving. Burnham, intent on completing the mission, rushes to the transmitter to contact Discovery. Saru races to stop her. 47 47 Saru smashes Burnham’s equipment, and the two fight beside the towering transmitter. Suddenly, Tyler and a Pahvan materialize, stopping the struggle. Against Saru’s wishes, the Pahvan repairs Burnham’s equipment, and the Discovery transports the trio aboard. Later, Saru explains is actions: he had never known a moment without fear, until he reached Pahvo. 48 48 On the Klingon flagship, Kol decides to keep L’Rell around - as a prisoner who will be beaten for lying to him. Kol’s crew intercepts a massive signal from Pahvo, and they set course for the planet. Discovery picks up the same signal. The Pahvans have invited both sides to their planet in opes of bringing harmony to the situation.
Into the Forest I Go
49 49 Starfleet calls Discovery back to Starbase 46. Lorca orders warp speed, rather than a jump, to give the crew time to crack the Klingons’ cloaking technology. Burnham and Tyler will board Kol’s ship with two sensors, which will transmit the necessary data to Discovery. Stamets will then make 133 micro-jumps to provide a 3D map of the Klingon ship’s position. 50 50 Discovery jumps back to Pahvo and begins taking fire from Kol’s Ship of the Dead. Burnham and Tyler beam aboard, set the first sensor, and make a remarkable discovery: Admiral Cornwell is hurt but alive in the ship’s burial chamber. L’Rell is there too, and she recognizes Tyler. When he sees her, he experiences flashbacks of horrific surgery and goes into shock. 51 51 Burnham gives Cornwell a phaser and promises to return for her and Tyler. She makes her way to the bridge and sets the second sensor. Discovery begins its rapid jump sequence, straining Stamets to the limit. Meanwhile, Kol realizes something’s amiss. Burnham reveals herself to distract the Klingon general and prevent him from going to warp.
52 52 Burnham and Kol taunt each other on the bridge; she goads him into a fight to give Discovery time to complete its jump sequence. Once the computer analyzes the cloaking signature, Burnham and Tyler beam back to Discovery with Cornwell and L’Rell, who grabs Tyler during transport. Then Discovery targets the Ship of the Dead and blows it to smithereens. 53 53 Cornwell undergoes surgery at Starbase 88; she’s expected to make a full recovery. Tyler’s prognosis is less certain. He confides in Burnham that during his captivity on L’Rell’s ship, he encouraged L’Rell’s affections in order to survive. Later, Tyler wakes from a nightmare and confronts L’Rell in the brig.. “What did you do to me?” he asks, She tells him not to worry. 54 54 Discovery prepares its cloak-breaking algorithm for fleetwide use, but the war is not over. Stamets agrees to make more jump to get the crew safely to Starbase 46; after that, he’s done. When he initiates the jump, he screams in pain and collapses, leaving the navigation sequence incomplete. “I don’t know where we are.” Saru reports.
Despite Yourself
55 55 Discovery’s jump has placed it near the wreckage of a Klingon ship. With Stamets unresponsive in sickbay, the spore drive is offline. A Vulcan Cruiser approaches and fires at Discovery, but another vessel, the Cooper, drives off the “Vulcan rebels.” Lorca and his officers deduce that they’ve arrived in a mirror universe. 56 56 After Tyler retrieves the data core from the Klingon wreckage, he confronts L’Rell in the brig about his recurring flashbacks. She recites a Klingon prayer in an effort to restore his identity as her Klingon comrade, Voq. It almost works. Later, Tyler implores Burnham not to tell Lorca about his flashbacks; she agrees to give him time. 57 57 The Klingon data core reveals that the parallel universe is ruled by the fascist Terran Empire. To find a way home, Lorca orders his crew to pretend to be their parallel selves. Tilly is Discovery’s captain, while Burnham - captain of the I.S.S. Shenzhou - is presumed to have died while trying to capture Lorca, a fugitive.
58 58 Rebel intelligence suggests that in the future, the U.S.S. Defiant will enter the parallel universe’s past. Lorca decides that Burnham - with Tyler as her guard and Lorca as her prisoner - will board the Shenzhou and take command. Once there, Burnham will find out how the Defiant crossed between the universes. 59 59 Before leaving on the mission, Tyler goes to sickbay and asks Culber to find out what the Klingons have done to him. Culber runs some deep scans on the lieutenant and makes a disturbing discovery: the Klingons transformed Tyler physically and mentally. “You’re not you,” Culber says … just before Tyler snaps his neck. 60 60 Lorca, Burnham and Tyler board the Shenzhou as planned, but Burnham is forced to kill the ship’s commander, Danby Connor, while Lorca ends up in an agonizer booth. The crew falls in line behind Burnham, but she doesn’t get a chance to access the files concerning the Defiant. She finds solace in Tyler’s arms.
The Wolf Inside
61 61 On Discovery, Stamets is found holding Culber’s lifeless body. The murder shocks the crew, but Tilly doesn’t think Stamets is responsible. Meanwhile, Burnham is disturbed to find herself slipping more easily into the role of her counterpart in the Terran Empire, where Saru is her slave. Unfortunately, she can’t transmit the Defiant files without being detected. 62 62 Burnham receives orders to wipe out the camp of the Fire Wolf - the Klingon leader of the resistance - on the planet Harlak. Hoping to gain information without destroying the camp, Burnham beams down with Tyler. Soon they meet the Fire Wolf, Voq. He doesn’t trust Burnham until his “prophet,” Sarek, mind-melds with her and declares that she means no harm. 63 63 Voq tells Burnham that the Klingons are able to lead the multi-species resistance because the Klingons themselves are united. Tyler suddenly flies into a rage and attacks Voq, who nearly kills him. Burnham, with Sarek’s support, defuses the situation. She and Tyler return to the Shenzhou with data to make their mission appear successful.
64 64 On Discovery, Tilly begins a procedure to restore Stamets’ lost neural function. At first it appears to be working, but then Stamets’ heart flatlines and the medics cannot revive him. Later, however, Stamets stirs, and in his mind he meets himself. “Ready to get to work?” Asks the mirror Stamets. On the Shenzhou, Burnham demands answers from Tyler. 65 65 Tyler reveals to Burnham that he’s Voq, and that he murdered Culber. In the name of T’Kuvma he tries to kill Burnham, but she is saved by Saru. Tyler’s punishment is death, so Burnham beams him Into space - along with data on the Defiant, which Burnham tucked into Tyler’s empty holster. Discovery immediately beams Tyler aboard. 66 66 As Burnham and Lorca discuss their next step, a Terran vessel arrives and lays waste to the rebel camp on Harlak. Burnham is shocked when the incoming holographic transmission proves to be Philippa Georgiou, the Terran Emperor in the Mirror Universe. Burnham bows before the woman she knew as her Shenzhou captain.
Vaulting Ambition
67 67 Burnham and Lorca are summoned to the Charon, the Emperor’s ship. Burnham is worried, but Lorca thinks it’s fortuitous, as the rest of the data they need concerning the Defiant will be on the Charon. Back on discovery, Stamets and his Mirror Universe counterpart seek a way out of the mycelial network, in which their minds are trapped. 68 68 On the Charon, Lorca suffers in an agonizer booth while Burnham struggles through a meal of fresh Kelpien with Georgiou, her adoptive mother in this universe. The Emperor’s pleasure at Burnham’s return is only a ruse, however. Georgiou declares Burnham is guilty or treason and must die for conspiring with Lorca to take her throne. 69 69 Inside the mycelial network, Stamets glimpses Culber in a manifestation of Discovery’s corridors. The doctor leads him to their quarters, locking the mirror Stamets outside. Culber explains that the mirror Stamets corrupted the network for his own gain, and the damage is spreading. Imploring Stamets to save the network, Culber says, “The way back is to open your eyes.”
70 70 Stamets and his counterpart wake from their comas on their respective ships, both free of the mycelial network. On Discovery, Stamets and Tilly rush to the ship’s mycelial garden and find it badly damaged. Meanwhile, Saru convinces L’Rell to help Tyler/Voq, who’s suffering from the conflict of his two identities. She tends to her comrade in sickbay and eases his pain. 71 71 Aboard the Charon, Burnham prevents her own execution by producing Georgiou’s insignia, revealing that Burnham is from a mirror universe. Georgiou rails against Federation principles - “delusions that Terrans shed. long ago.” Still, she makes a deal with Burnham: Discovery’s spore drive schematics in exchange for Burnham and Lorca’s freedom. 72 72 Burnham contacts Saru and asks him to come to the Emperor’s ship. When Georgiou reveals her sensitivity to light, something all Terrans share, Burnham realizes that Lorca is actually the Mirror Universe Lorca; he used her to get aboard the Charon. Below decks, Lorca escapes his agonizer booth and kills the Charon’s commander, Captain Maddox.
What's Past Is Prologue
73 73 Lorca arms his followers aboard the Charon, including Commander Landry. Their next move is to force Stamets to join them. Meanwhile on Discovery, the crew learns that the Emperor is pulling energy directly from the mycelial network to power her ship, a process that’s contaminating the network. If it continues, life everywhere will cease to exist. 74 74 Lorca vows that when he’s emperor, he will crack down on alien races and preserve the Terran way of life to make the Empire glorious again. He and his followers attack Georgiou’s troops; she’s forced to beam herself to safety. Burnham, meanwhile, contacts Discovery from a Jefferies tube and informs the crew of the situation. 75 75 Burnham’s crewmates explain that Charon’s mycelial reactor must be destroyed. She promises to deactivate the containment field protecting the reactor so Discovery can destroy it with photon torpedoes. When Burnham finds Georgiou and vows to stop Lorca, the Emperor agrees to help. Meanwhile, Lorca takes over Georgiou’s throne room and executes the mirror Stamets.
76 76 Acting captain Saru and his crew plan their risky mission to blow up Charon’s mycelial orb without destroying Discovery in the process. On the Charon, Burnham hands over Georgiou to Lorca and offers herself too, provided Lorca will leave Discovery alone. Lorca hails his former crew. “You don’t die today,” he says, “because she chose to stay by my side.” 77 77 Seeing that Burnham is unharmed, Saru promptly orders his crew to open fire on the Charon. At the same time, Burnham and Georgiou turn on their captors. The guards go down first, leaving Georgiou and Burnham to fight Lorca and Landry. In the end, Georgiou stabs Lorca and kicks him through the floor hatch; he falls into the mycelial orb and disintegrates. 78 78 As Burnham disables the orb’s containment field, Georgiou prepares to die fighting the remainder of Lorca’s troops. However, Burnham grabs her just in time for Discovery to beam them both aboard. The crew destroys the orb, and Stamets navigates them back to their universe. However, they’re nine months into the future … and the Klingons have won the war.
The War Without, The War Within
79 79 Saru confines the mirror Georgiou to guest quarters, then fills Burnham in on the effort to excise Voq from Tyler’s neurological identity. Burnham isn’t ready to see Tyler, so Saru questions him. Tyler shows no sign of Voq’s presence; he expresses remorse for his actions. Suddenly Discovery is boarded by Starfleet officers, led by Admiral Cornwell and Ambassador Sarek. 80 80 As soon as Cornwell determines that the Discovery crew is who they say they are, she convenes a briefing. The war has raged for nine months, during which the Klingons - as 24 distinct houses - have wiped out a third of the Federation fleet. Discovery heads for Starbase 1, where Starfleet will decide the mirror Georgiou’s fate. 81 81 As the crew begins to welcome Ash Tyler back into the fold, Discovery arrives at Starbase 1. However, the base has been taken over by Klingons, so Discovery departs at maximum warp. A desperate Admiral Cornwell confronts L’Rell in the brig and asks, “How does this war end?” L’Rell’s reply: “It doesn’t. Conquer us or we will never relent.”
82 82 Georgiou gives Burnham her perspective on the war: Starfleet must attack the Klingon homeworld, Qo’noS. The idea takes hold, and a plan is formed to launch a massive strike. First, Discovery must hide inside a vast subterranean cavern on Qo’noS and map the planet’s military targets. To get there, they need new spores, which Stamets plans to grow on an uninhabited moon. 83 83 Sarek meets secretly with Georgiou, who offers certain victory over the Klingons in exchange for her freedom. Sarek returns to Vulcan and presents Georgiou’s intel to the Federation Council. Meanwhile, Stamets’ spore growth project on the Veda moon is a success. Burnham finally visits Tyler, but the two cannot find their way back to their former relationship. 84 84 As Discovery prepares to jump to Qo’noS, Sarek contacts Cornwell and announces that the Council has agreed to a new plan. Cornwell then introduces the mirror Georgiou as the “long presumed dead” Captain Georgiou to the stunned crew, saying she was rescued in a raid of a Klingon vessel. Cornwell installs Georgiou as Discovery’s captain for the mission to Qo’noS.
Will You Take My Hand?
85 85 Captain Georgiou raises tensions among the crew with her combative style. She beats L’Rell viciously when the Klingon refuses to provide intel for the mission on Qo’noS. Tyler, on the other hand, is happy to help. Using Voq’s knowledge of Qo’noS, he points out the best location for the landing party, which must release a mapping drone into a dormant volcanic vent. 86 86 Discovery jumps into the cave on Qo’noS, and Georgiou transports with Burnham, Tyler, and Tilly into an Orion outpost. They trade for local currency and enter a nightclub, where the team splits up to find out how to get to the vent. Tyler joins a game of t’Sang but learns nothing; Georgiou’s tryst with two exotic dancers proves more fruitful. 87 87 As Burnham has second thoughts about the Federation’s impending attack on Qo’noS, Tilly leans from a local resident that the volcanoes are active, not dormant … and the “drone” she’s been carrying is actually a hydro bomb. Georgiou knocks out Tilly and takes the bomb, which she send into the volcanic vent. If detonated, it will render Qo’noS uninhabitable.
88 88 Burnham, Tyler and Tilly return to Discovery, and Burnham contacts Admiral Cornwell. “Is this how Starfleet wins the war?” a furious Burnham asks. “Genocide? Do we need a mutiny today to prove who we are?” The bridge crew stands in solidarity with Burnham, forcing Cornwell to agree to an alternative plan. 89 89 Burnham beams down to the vent and confronts Georgiou, who agrees to hand over the bomb’s detonator in exchange for her freedom. They give the detonator to L’Rell, who’s just arrived with Tyler. Tyler convinces L’Rell to use the bomb as leverage to unite the Klingons. Later, Tyler bids Burnham a tearful goodbye and leaves with L’Rell, hoping to aid both sides. 90 90 After L’Rell unifies her people and ends the war, the Federation President pardons Burnham and restores her rank. Tilly enters Starfleet’s command training program; Stamets, Saru and Culber (posthumously) receive the medal of honor. Discovery heads for Vulcan to pick up a new captain, but a distress call arrives … from Captain Pike of the U.S.S. Enterprise.
Chase Cards
Behind the Scenes Cards (1:12 packs)
B1 B1 Actor Doug Jones being transformed into his Kelpien alter ego, Commander Saru.
"The Vulcan Hello"
B2 B2 L'Rells's Klingon headpiece is applied to actress Mary Chieffo.
"The Vulcan Hello"
B3 B3 James Frain reviews the day's call sheet, while the make-up team transforms him into the iconic Vulcan Sarek.
"The Vulcan Hello"
B4 B4 Sonequa Martin-Green [Michael Burnham] and James Frain [Sarek] on set in the series' first episode, "The Vulcan Hello." Frain will later be rendered in post-production to appear in Holograpic form.
"The Vulcan Hello"
B5 B5 Director David Semel talks with Sonequa Martin-Green [Burnham] and Michelle Yeoh [Georgiou] while filming the opening sequence of the first episode, "The Vulcan Hello."
"The Vulcan Hello"
B6 B6 Sonequa Martin-Green [Burnham] has her make-up retouched and her long haul EVA suit adjusted.
"The Vulcan Hello"
B7 B7 Mary Chieffo has her L'Rell Klingon make-up retouched inside her cell onboard Discovery.
"Into the Forest I Go"
B8 B8 Actor Rainn Wilson [Harry Mudd] takes a selfie as he takes a "hit" from Sonequa Martin-Green [Burnham] while filming a scene from the episode "Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad".
"Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad"
B9 B9 On location for the episode "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum", director John Scott talks Sonequa Martin-Green [Burnham] and Doug Jones [Saru] through their next scene.
"Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum"
B10 B10 Star Trek TNG alumnus Jonathan Frakes directs his first episode of Star Trek: Discovery, "Despite Yourself," where the crew of the starship find themselves in the Mirror Universe.
"Despite Yourself"
B11 B11 Sonequa Martin-Green's Michael Burnham fights for her life against the mirror universe's Discovery Captain Danby Connor, played by Sam Vartholomeos.
"Despite Yourself"
B12 B12 On the set of the Mirror Universe Terran Empire insurgents' camp tent, make-up artists touch-up Harry Judge's [Gorch] Tellarite prosthetics.
"The Wolf Inside"
B13 B13 The Terran Empire insurgents' camp on the planet Harlak has a more local address than you might expect, with both Pinewood Studios stages and Toronto's CN Tower in sight.
"The Wolf Inside"
B14 B14 Anthony Rapp's character Paul Stamets confronts his Mirror Universe counterpart, played by a stunt double who will be digitally altered in post-production to give the illusion that both versions of Stamets are talking to each other.
"Vaulting Ambition"
B15 B15 Jason Isaacs [Lorca] and Rekha Sharma [Landry] in the throne room on the set of the Mirror Universe's I.S.S. Charon.
"What's Past is Prologue"
B16 B16 Director Olatunde Osunsanmi enjoys a playful moment with Michelle Yeoh [Georgiou] and Jason Isaacs [Lorca], while filming the episode "What's Past is Prologue".
"What's Past is Prologue"
B17 B17 Sonequa Martin-Green [Burnham] and Jayne Brook [Admiral Cornwell] on the bridge of Discovery. Brook will later be digitally altered in post-production to appear as a hologram.
"Will You Take My Hand?"
B18 B18 Director Akiva Goldsman discusses the Starfleet Medal of Honor award ceremony with Sonequa Martin-Green [Burnham] for the final episode of the first season, "Will You Take My Hand?"
"Will You Take My Hand?"
Character Cards (1:24 packs)
E1 E1 Michael Burnham E2 E2 Captain Philippa Georgiou E3 E3 Captain Gabriel Lorca
E4 E4 Sylvia Tilly E5 E5 Saru E6 E6 Ash Tyler
E7 E7 Paul Stamets E8 E8 Sarek E9 E9 L'Rell
E10 E10 T'Kuvma E11 E11 Voq  
Opening Artwork Cards (1:24 packs) - Fronts and Backs
O1 O1 O1 back O2 O2 O2 back O3 O3 O3 back
O4 O4 O4 back O5 O5 O5 back O6 O6 O6 back
O7 O7 O7 back O8 O8 O8 back O9 O9 O9 back
Mirror Universe Cards (1:288 packs)
M1 M1 Burnham M2 M2 Georgiou M3 M3 Tilly
M4 M4 Stamets M5 M5 Lorca M6 M6 Sarek
M7 M7 Detmer M8 M8 Owosekun   Mirror Front and Back
Wardrobe Relic Cards (1:96 packs)
Cards RC1-RC11 have four swatch variants with the following distribution ratios; Delta Shield (37%), Striped (25%), Plain (25%) and Ribbed (13%)
RC12 - Voq has multiple pattern variants
RC1 RC1 (delta shield) Commander Michael Burnham RC2 RC2 (delta shield) Specialist Michael Burnham RC3 RC3 (delta shield) Captain Philippa Georgiou
RC1 (stripes) RC2 (stripes) RC3 (stripes)
RC1 (plain) RC2 (plain) RC3 (plain)
RC1 (ribbed) RC2 (ribbed) RC3 (ribbed)
RC4 RC4 (delta shield) Captain Gabriel Lorca RC5 RC5 (delta shield) Commander Saru RC6 RC6 (delta shield) Commander Saru
RC4 (stripes) RC5 (stripes) RC6 (stripes)
RC4 (plain) RC5 (plain) RC6 (plain)
RC4 (ribbed) RC5 (ribbed) RC6 (ribbed)
RC7 RC7 (delta shield) Cadet Sylvia Tilly RC8 RC8 (delta shield) Lt. Ash Tyler RC9 RC9 (delta shield) Lt. Paul Stamets
RC7 (stripes) RC8 (stripes) RC9 (stripes)
RC7 (plain) RC8 (plain) RC9 (plain)
RC7 (ribbed) RC8 (ribbed) RC9 (ribbed)
RC10 RC10 (delta shield) Dr. Hugh Culber RC11 RC11 (delta shield) Admiral Katrina Cornwell RC12 RC12 Voq
RC10 (stripes) RC11 (stripes) RC12
RC10 (plain) RC11 (plain) RC12
RC10 (ribbed) RC11 (ribbed) Back RC12 Back of Voq card

All costume cards have the same actor related text
Autographed Cards (1:12 packs)
PURPLE = less than 200 signed GOLD = 200-300 signed, RED = 300-500 signed, BLUE = over 500 signed
Full Bleed Single Autographs
- Sonequa Martin-Green Full Bleed Autograph Card Sonequa Martin-Green
as Michael Burnham

© 2018
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Not in Archive Box

- Wilson Cruz Full Bleed Autograph Card Wilson Cruz
as Dr. Hugh Culber

© 2018

Not in Archive Box

- Shazad Latif Full Bleed Autograph Card A Shazad Latif
as Lieutenant Ash Tyler

© 2018

Not in Archive Box

- Shazad Latif Full Bleed Autograph Card B Shazad Latif
as Lt. Ash Tyler/Voq

© 2018

Archive Box Exclusive - Not in Packs

- Rainn Wilson Full Bleed Autograph Card Rainn Wilson
as Harry Mudd

© 2018

- Jason Isaacs Full Bleed Autograph Card Jason Isaacs
as Captain Gabriel Lorca

© 2018

- Kenneth Mitchell Full Bleed Autograph Card Kenneth Mitchell
as Kol

© 2018

- Michelle Yeoh Full Bleed Autograph Card Michelle Yeoh
as Captain Philippa Georgiou

© 2018

- Oyin Oladejo Full Bleed Autograph Card Oyin Oladejo
as Mirror Commander Joann Owosekun

© 2018

- Emily Coutts Full Bleed Autograph Card Emily Coutts
as Mirror First Officer Keyla Detmer

© 2018

- Mary Chieffo Full Bleed Autograph Card Mary Chieffo
as L'Rell

© 2018

- Katherine Barrell Full Bleed Autograph Card Katherine Barrell
as Stella

© 2018

- Doug Jones Full Bleed Autograph Card Doug Jones
as Commander Saru

© 2018

- James Frain Full Bleed Autograph Card James Frain
as Sarek

© 2018

- Arista Arhin Full Bleed Autograph Card Arista Arhin
as Young Michael Burnham

© 2018

- Rekha Sharma Full Bleed Autograph Card A Rekha Sharma
as Mirror Commander Ellen Landry

© 2018

- Sarah Mitich Full Bleed Autograph Card Sarah Mitich
as Lt. Commander Airiam

© 2018

- Rekha Sharma Full Bleed Autograph Card B Rekha Sharma
as Commander Ellen Landry

© 2018

- Sam Vartholomeos Full Bleed Autograph Card A Sam Vartholomeos
as Ensign Danby Connor

© 2018

- Sam Vartholomeos Full Bleed Autograph Card B Sam Vartholomeos
as Mirror Captain Danby Connor

© 2018

- Harry Judge Full Bleed Autograph Card Harry Judge
as Mirror Gorch

© 2018

- Clare McConnell Full Bleed Autograph Card Clare McConnell
as Dennas

© 2018

- Jayne Brook Full Bleed Autograph Card Jayne Brook
as Vice Admiral Katrina Cormwell

© 2018

- Ronnie Rowe Full Bleed Autograph Card Ronnie Rowe, Jr.
as Mirror Lt. R.A. Bryce

© 2018

- Dwain Murphy Full Bleed Autograph Card Dwain Murphy
as Mirror Captain Maddox

© 2018

- Riley Gilchrist Full Bleed Autograph Card Riley Gilchrist
as Mirror Shukar

© 2018

- Jeremy Crittenden Full Bleed Autograph Card Jeremy Crittenden
as Lord Eling

© 2018

- Patrick Kwok-Choon Full Bleed Autograph Card Patrick Kwok-Choon
as Lt. Gen Rhys

© 2018

- David Benjamin Tomlinson Full Bleed Autograph Card David Benjamin Tomlinson
as Or'Eq

© 2018

- Conrad Coates Full Bleed Autograph Card Conrad Coates
as Admiral Terral

© 2018

- Terry Serpico Full Bleed Autograph Card Terry Serpico
as Admiral Brett Anderson

© 2018

- Chris Obi Full Bleed Autograph Card Chris Obi
as T'Kuvma

© 2018

- Bonnie Morgan Full Bleed Autograph Card Bonnie Morgan
as Crepusculan

© 2018

- Maulik Pancholy Full Bleed Autograph Card Maulik Pancholy
as Dr. Nambue

© 2018

 
Bordered Single Autographs
- Sonequa Martin-Green Bordered Autograph Card Sonequa Martin-Green
as Michael Burnham

© 2018

Archive Box Exclusive - Not in Packs

- Wilson Cruz Bordered Autograph Card Wilson Cruz
as Dr. Hugh Culber

© 2018

Archive Box Exclusive - Not in Packs

- Katherine Barrell Bordered Autograph Card Katherine Barrell
as Stella

© 2018

- Sarah Mitich Bordered Autograph Card Sarah Mitich
as Lt. Commander Airiam

© 2018

- Rekha Sharma Bordered Autograph Card Rekha Sharma
as Commander Ellen Landry

© 2018

- Dwain Murphy Bordered Autograph Card Dwain Murphy
as Mirror Captain Maddox

© 2018

- Harry Judge Bordered Autograph Card Harry Judge
as Mirror Gorch

© 2018

- Conrad Coates Bordered Autograph Card Conrad Coates
as Admiral Terral

© 2018

- David Benjamin Tomlinson Bordered Autograph Card David Benjamin Tomlinson
as Or'Eq

© 2018

- Jeremy Crittenden Bordered Autograph Card Jeremy Crittenden
as Lord Eling

© 2018

- Terry Serpico Bordered Autograph Card Terry Serpico
as Admiral Brett Anderson

© 2018

- Chris Obi Bordered Autograph Card Chris Obi
as T'Kuvma

© 2018

Dual Autographs - Not included in Archive Boxes
- Anthony Rapp and Wilson Cruz Dual Autograph Card Anthony Rapp and Wilson Cruz
as Lieutenant Paul Stamets & Dr. Hugh Culber

© 2018

- Jason Isaacs and Jayne Brook Dual Autograph Card Jason Isaacs and Jayne Brook
as Captain Gabriel Lorca and Vice Admiral Katrina Cornwell

© 2018

- Katherine Barrell and Rainn Wilson Dual Autograph Card Katherine Barrell and Rainn Wilson
as Stella & Harry Mudd

© 2018

- Mary Chieffo and Shazad Latif Dual Autograph Card Mary Chieffo and Shazad Latif
as L'Rell & Lieutenant Ash Tyler

© 2018

 
Case Topper Metal Poster Cards - 1 of 2 inserted in each case
CT1 Case Topper CT1 Cast Poster CT2 Case Tooper CT2 Klingon Poster    
Rittenhouse Rewards Card
DP5 Rewards Card DP5 Discovery Preview Expansion Card

Philippa Georgiou
Card Album
- Discovery Season 1 Binder   Binder with Promo Card and one 9-pocket page        
Multi-Case Incentive Cards
- Mary Wiseman Autograph Relic Card 6-Case Incentive Autograph Relic Card
Mary Wiseman
as Sylvia Tilly

© 2019

- Jason Isaacs and Sonequa Martin-Green Dual Autograph Card 9-Case Incentive Dual Autograph Card
Jason Isaacs and Sonequa Martin-Green
as Captain Gabriel Lorca and Michael Burnham

© 2018

 
Archive Box Exclusives
- Sonequa Martin-Green Bordered Autograph Card Sonequa Martin-Green
as Michael Burnham

© 2018

- Wilson Cruz Bordered Autograph Card Wilson Cruz
as Dr. Hugh Culber

© 2018

- Shazad Latif Full Bleed Autograph Card B Shazad Latif
as Mirror Voq

© 2018

- Printing Plates

Set of 4 cut color printing plates (black, cyan, magenta, yellow) used to make the front of one base set card

 
Archive Boxes A & B- 1 set for every 18 cases
- Archive Boxes A, B.C Discovery Season One Archive Box Contents
Promotional Items
P1 Promo - P1 Saru, Burnham, Georgiou

General Distribution
P2 Promo - P2 Georgiou and Burnham

Non-Sport Update Magazine
P3 Promo - P3 Captain Gabriel Lorca

Album Exclusive
P4 Promo - P4 Kol

Facebook Exclusive
PT1 Promo - PT1 Discovery Poster      
 
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