Much like a disgruntled programmer leaving his IT job with HB, Lukas has left “Easter Eggs” in the code – time bombs to explode. I know what you’re thinking. “Faust isn’t that bad” and “MWL sorted out the chaff”. But it’s the hidden ones, the ones you haven’t seen yet.
Museum of History breaks the fundamental clock on the game. That inexorable journey to the end of the deck is now an unbreakable LOOP subprogram, designed to make Netrunner so boring that the new designer can do naught but fail! I know what you’re thinking. “But Lukas is my friend, he wouldn’t do that to me”, but you need look no further than the Game of Thrones game line to discern his true event. Once a lovely person, he has been corrupted by the cards. If you play the Game of Game Design, you win or you die. One point for a draw. No, wait, nothing for that now.
I’ve caught this one trap, but I’m sure there are others. I know what you’re thinking. “How can I possibly catch all the nefarious plots that House Litzsinger (Suffer No Weyland To Live) have laid, so long in the making?”.
Fear not, your Bannermen stand by you. I have alerted you to the Milk of the Poppy that is Museum of History, others shall comment here on the other cards that will need to see the Hand’s justice.
I remain, Ser, your faithful and obedient servant,