Sadly, Decipher was a victim of turnabout corporate warfare. And one of their executives basically robbing them blind, but that came after losing the Star Wars license. Funny thing - their rival, Wizards of the Coast, bought out a rather successful RPG company called Last Unicorn Games that consisted almost 99% of a series of Star Trek RPGs. They were going to announce the buyout officially at GenCon 2000... and by an amazing coincidence, Decipher waited until GenCon to reveal that they had acquired the RPG license for Star Trek from Paramount, essentially gutting LUG and making the buyout worthless. So, WOTC went to LFL and said "Hey, you've given us the RPG and miniature gaming licenses, shouldn't we have the CCG license too?"... and by the end of the following year, Decipher lost the license.