jakobagger wrote: »
Occasionally fun decks win in the competitive scene though. Cambridge PE seems pretty fun to me, for example.
Praetor wrote: »
I was using it mostly for the liberated accounts/daily casts synergy, cause I keep finding that anarchs as a faction end up being really poor. I do see your point though, would swapping the suppliers out for 3 of aesops work? I dislike the account siphon recursion style of anarch that i've seen, and I'm not sure of any other alternatives for anarch economy.
tzeentchling wrote: »
Don't forget Queen's Gambit! Armitage Codebusting has a lower entry threshold than Liberated too, which can be nice.
Powerpuppies wrote: »
what do you do with all your money?
seems like you get crushed by someone who runs your centrals and your advanced facedown cards and leaves your assets alone
upping the damage of snare to 4 is nice, but there's still only 3 in the deck, and you have no jackson to recur them
i think you either need stronger ice or some fast advance
tzeentchling wrote: »
Just realized that Feint is actually a fantastic counter to Crisium Grid.
Feint reads, ..."If the run is successful, you may not access cards." But, Crisium Grid cancels that out. This means that the runner does in fact access cards, which allows them to trash Crisium Grid (and get a card from HQ)!
Just picturing my friend's face (who plays a Crisium/Off the Grid deck in HB) when I Feint, trash Crisium, SOT the Feint, and then run his suddenly unprotected agenda.
Shorty wrote: »
probably won't matter very much for stateside/asian Netrunner players, but it could be important for those of you in Europe:http://fantasyflightgames.com/edge_news.asp?eidn=5212
FFG is merging with a French distributor/publisher
Mikey CTS wrote: »
Huh... I thought that was Ichi 2.0.
I dunno... I guess it depends on your build now. I could see Sagitarius being seriously taxing with that trace, and you still get to blow up a program? Ichi 1.0 is probably still better in most scenarios but I can see a home for Sagit.
Jam Warrior wrote: »
Still playing starter decks on OCTGN, mainly as I'm just not wanting to invest the time in deck building. Just want to load a deck and go.
I am learning about the wider card pool though as many people seem to want to play one game of core and then bust out their super deck 'just for fun'. Which is fair enough, they indulged me in a pleb game first so I'm happy to let them quickly wreck me and move on.
Does feel good when you give them a run (lol) for the for their money though. Even managed a win with the core Kate deck! The corp deck was heavily code gate themed and by pure chance I dropped Gordian on turn 1 which helped.
Anzekay wrote: »
@Cerberus I'd be interested in seeing your Core-only decks even if I don't need them myself, just for use when teaching people.
Even core set + What Lies Ahead would work, too.