When you open the box, you have the choice between two different pre-built decks: One is a Luke Skywalker deck(The Spark of a Rebellion, 5) with the Vigilance, Sophistication and Heroism aspects.
The other is a Darth Vader deck(The Spark of a Rebellion, 10) with the aspects Aggression, Command and Infamy (you can read more about the aspects in this article).
The decks themselves are a mixture of cards that can be purchased in booster packs and unique cards that are only available in these starter decks.
For example, you can find General Dodonna(The Spark of Rebellion, 242) and General Veers(The Spark of Rebellion, 230) in The Spark of Rebellion booster packs, but Leia Organa(The Spark of Rebellion, 189) and Grand Moff Tarkin(The Spark of Rebellion, 84) can only be obtained from this box.
If you want to know what other cards can be found in these starting decks, just read on! Each of the cards shown in this article can be found in one of these two starter decks.
Note: The following is a step-by-step preview of the setup and gameplay of Star Wars: Unlimited. If you want to read the official quick start rules, click on this link.
To play a game of Star Wars: Unlimited, you and your opponent each place your base in the center of the table. Then each of you places your leader card with the horizontal side (not the side with the unit) facing up under your base.