Seeds or plays on table. At start of every player's turn, all of that player's personnel present together must battle (and stun or mortally wound when able) opposing non-changelings present, or (if none) any non-changelings present, or (if none) each other (split randomly into two equal groups). Also, one personnel in each of that player's crews and Away Teams dies (random selection).
Rule hint for this card
This card has an clarification:
Personnel who have a icon suffer “white deprivation” when this incident is in play, unless they have Ketracel-White Equipment cards present to prevent it.
Your white-deprived personnel will attack even captives (belonging to either player) if present. You may not prevent them from fighting by using cards such as Emergency Transporter Armbands, Prepare Assault Teams, I'm a Doctor, Not a Doorstop, Smoke Bomb, etc.
When your own personnel are attacking each other, even though they are separate assault teams they are still a single crew or Away Team. Thus, cards that affect the battle (such as hand weapons) apply to both teams. Echo Papa 607 Killer Drones do not participate in battles caused by white deprivation.
One Ketracel-White card in a crew or Away Team prevents white deprivation for any number of personnel.
A disabled Jem’Hadar (including a captive) cannot initiate battle, but if white-deprived is still subject to death by random selection.Taken form Glossary - Version 1.9.5.
Card logging info: Logged by openCards team at May 1st, 2009.
Virtual card from Referee Reprints (by The Continuing Committee)
Image Source: Deep Space Nine - Hippocratic Oath (Season 4 - Episode 4)
UCT-ID : ST1E 0 VR 22 (manufactor info on card: 22 V)
Print-Style : color (standard) / black border / non-foil
List of "reprints" for White Deprivation:
- ST1E 14 C 34 from Holodeck Adventures (first print)
- "Worlds 2016 minus some cards" by Michael Van Breemen
- "Crell goes wild!" by Arjan Hoek
- "HM Government Public Service Film #42: How not to be seen" by Paddy Tye
- "fast delta" by Oscar Ruberg
- "Puddles and Monkeys" by Glen "Lofty" Shipley