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Not to be confused with FFG's Crystal.

Crystal is an alien with the power to choose how many ships each ally must commit.

Crystal
Power of arrangement
Tells allies number to commit
Eon Expansion 1 Crystal
Eon
Alliance
Wild
Between challenges you may rearrange your tokens among your bases as you wish.
Super
As a main player, before the cone is pointed, you may try to reach a public, binding arrangement with your opponent involving anything except giving bases or cards (e.g. future alliance commitments). If an arrangement is reached, the challenge is canceled and another disc is turned up; if not, the challenge continues.
Crystal
Power of arrangement
Tells allies number to commit
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Mayfair
Alliance(Mayfair)
Wild
You may rearrange all tokens in one system. Each player must get as many bases as he had before and no player may have more than six tokens on a base unless necessary.
Super
You may rearrange the destiny pile (not counting face-up cards) however you wish.

StrategyEdit

Crystal's primary ability is to draw in more ships than its allies intended to send. This can be useful if an ally is thin and one plans to remove one of their colonies, or in situations such as allowing Macron to bring in more than 1 ship. Unfortunately, since there is very little to the power other than that, and players can avoid it simply by not allying, it has the reputation of a weak power (almost a non-power to some players).

 
EditionPower TextHistory
EonYou have the power of arrangement. Whenever you are a player or an ally in a challenge, you may determine how many tokens each other ally brings (up to 4). They may refuse to ally at all, but if they come in with one or more tokens, you can alter how many each must commit to any number from one to four.Arranged in orderly, three-dimensional lattices, Crystals tend to dominate the arrangement of their local environment. They know that with a few suggestive seeding hints they can bring the entire Universe into the most efficient energy packing: Crystalline order.
MayfairYou have the power of arrangement. Whenever you are a main player or ally in a challenge, you may determine how many tokens each other ally brings (up to 4). They may refuse to ally at all, but if they come in with one or more tokens, you can alter how many each must commit to any number from one to four.Arranged in orderly, three-dimensional lattices, Crystals tend to dominate the arrangement of their local environment. They know that with a few suggestive seeding hints they can bring the entire Universe into the most efficient energy packing: Crystalline order.

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