The new identities O&C brought to the table have taken all the spotlight lately. Understandable. But what about old and forgotten identities that needed a little bit of love? Did O&C bring BWBI back to life as seemed to promise, or should we leave this ID as our favorite proxy holder? What do this community think?

To get the discussion started here is my current iteration which is pretty conventional I think. The purpose of this post is not to discuss this particular deck, but to explore the potential of Weylandâs misunderstood child.

Weyland Consortium: Because We Built It (A Study in Static)

Agenda (10)

3x Project Atlas (What Lies Ahead)

2x Government Contracts (A Study in Static)

1x NAPD Contract (Double Time)

1x Eden Fragment (The Spaces Between)

3x Firmware Updates (Order and Chaos)

Asset (7)

2x Jackson Howard (Opening Moves) â˘â˘

2x Daily Business Show (All That Remains) â˘â˘

3x Space Camp (Order and Chaos)

Upgrade (2)

2x Crisium Grid (First Contact)

Operation (13)

3x Beanstalk Royalties (Core Set)

3x Hedge Fund (Core Set)

3x Trick of Light (Trace Amount) â˘â˘â˘â˘â˘ â˘â˘â˘â˘

3x Commercialization (Cyber Exodus)

1x Reclamation Order (Double Time) â˘â˘

Barrier (8)

3x Ice Wall (Core Set)

2x Asteroid Belt (Order and Chaos)

3x Fire Wall (Order and Chaos)

Code Gate (4)

2x Quandary (Double Time)

2x Wormhole (Order and Chaos)

Sentry (5)

3x Caduceus (What Lies Ahead)

2x Nebula (Order and Chaos)

15 influence spent (maximum 15)

20 agenda points (between 20 and 21)

49 cards (min 45)

Cards up to Order and Chaos

My experience so far: I brought an untested version (-2 crisium +2 builder) to a store champ where it performed poorly (1-3). I was expecting the deck to be strong against criminal and anarch, but weak against shaper with deep RnD access and efficient breakers. Unfortunately all four matches were vs. shaper (the meta WAS mostly anarch and crim) One loss was due to a major misplay on my end.