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Corp dating in a Runner meta


#1

With the dominance of Runners these days, it is tough to find a Corp deck that I enjoy playing.

What are the Corp IDs that you are finding fun and competitive as Flashpoint comes to a close?


#2

Architects of tomorrow is the most fun I’ve had as corp in a long time.

Current list, which is still in flux (last influence will probably be another architect). I haven’t played too many Sifr matchups yet, though architect, friends, and the sheer quantity of ice has helped it stand up pretty well to sifr abuse.

AoT is A-OK!

Haas-Bioroid: Architects of Tomorrow (Intervention)

Agenda (9)

Asset (12)

Upgrade (3)

Operation (8)

Barrier (5)

Code Gate (10)

Sentry (2)

7 influence spent (max 12-4β˜…=8, available 1)
20 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Martial Law

Deck built on NetrunnerDB.


#3

I still feel like AoT is waiting on just one or two more cards to kick it up a tier in playability, but if the meta is indeed heavy on ice destruction it is the way to go for glacier. Between Friends and AoT’s ability you will get a pretty remarkable discount on your ice. If they print an enforcer 2.0 that is really good, it might that new agenda worthwhile.

I think there is a Weyland kill deck in there that is pretty competitive. Bryan has been doing some serious work to enable kills or lockouts.


#4

Play Jinteki Mill!
The most fun I’ve had with Corp decks in a while, I’ve found two consistent, powerful lists that leave the Runner hopeless, powerless, cardless and dying of electric sprikes to the brain. The gameplan of both decks is the same: rather than killing the runner with a power-turn, you deal a thousand cuts and run them out of deck. Save Ark Lockdown for Levy and things should be smooth.

The first one hammers agendas, and relies heavily on bluffing and Yomi. You have to be able to read your opponent’s play patterns in order to play it efficiently, but with some practice you’ll hit with installed Snares like the best of 'em.

Agenda Gattling
Jinteki: Personal Evolution

Agenda (18)
1x Braintrust
3x Chronos Project
3x Clone Retirement
3x Fetal AI
1x Gila Hands Arcology
3x House of Knives
1x Philotic Entanglement
3x Project Kusanagi
Asset (17)
3x Advanced Assembly Lines ●●●●● ●
2x Jackson Howard ●●
2x Psychic Field
2x Shock!
3x Snare!
2x Team Sponsorship ●●
3x Turtlebacks
Operation (5)
1x 24/7 News Cycle ●●●
1x Ark Lockdown ●●
3x Hedge Fund
Barrier (2)
2x Vanilla
Code Gate (5)
2x Aiki
3x DNA Tracker
Sentry (2)
2x Cortex Lock

The second deck relies on Data Mine and Neural EMP in conjunction with PU’s ability in order to run the Runner out of deck. Always shuffle in Friends, in order to reinstall your Data Mines. They will have to slow down to not die quickly.

Friends Unleashed
Jinteki: Potential Unleashed

Agenda (10)
3x Fetal AI
3x House of Knives
1x Philotic Entanglement
3x The Future Perfect
Asset (10)
3x Jackson Howard ●●●
1x Project Junebug
3x Shock!
3x Snare!
Operation (16)
2x Ark Lockdown ●●●●
2x Celebrity Gift
2x Friends in High Places ●●
3x Hedge Fund
3x Neural EMP
3x Preemptive Action
1x Subliminal Messaging
1x Voter Intimidation
Barrier (2)
2x Himitsu-Bako
Code Gate (6)
1x Aiki
2x DNA Tracker
3x Pop-up Window ●●●
Sentry (1)
1x Swordsman
Other (3)
3x Data Mine


#5

I enjoy EtF and it’s strong.
It has access to the HB cardpool and gives you lots of money that Whizzard can’t trash.
Friendcoats suffers a lot against Sifr, but the faster shades of EtF seem to be well-positioned to deal with that mean console: Both single-remote rush and Sleeper Hold punish expensive rigs by rushing, and use Biotic Labor to close out the game. Also, they play the best ICE against Sifr - it’s hard to justify 3x Vanilla in AoT!


#6

I’m having fun with this hyperspeed core Weyland. So fast.

HIMYM Seasons 1-9

Weyland Consortium: Building a Better World (Core Set)

Agenda (10)
2x Global Food Initiative (Data and Destiny) ●●
2x Hostile Takeover (Core Set)
3x Oaktown Renovation (Chrome City)
3x Project Atlas (What Lies Ahead)

Asset (5)
3x Jackson Howard (Opening Moves) ●●●
2x Zealous Judge (Fear the Masses)

Upgrade (3)
3x Bryan Stinson i[/i]

Operation (17)
1x Archived Memories (Core Set) ●●
2x Blue Level Clearance (Fear and Loathing) ●●●●
1x BOOM! i[/i]
2x Consulting Visit (The Liberated Mind)
2x Door to Door i[/i]
3x Hedge Fund (Core Set)
1x Midseason Replacements (Future Proof) ●●●●
3x Restructure (Second Thoughts)
2x Scorched Earth (Core Set)

Barrier (4)
2x Hive (Double Time)
2x Vanilla (The Liberated Mind)

Code Gate (5)
2x Enigma (Core Set)
1x Macrophage i[/i]
2x Mausolus (Martial Law)

Sentry (5)
2x Archer (Core Set)
3x Veritas i[/i]

15 influence spent (max 15, available 0)
20 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Quorum

Deck built on NetrunnerDB.


#7

Is it weird that I’m more intrigued in the title of that deck, than the rest of the list? Why?

And that’s saying something, because it’s a pretty sweet deck.


#8

Bryan Stinson is a reference to Barney Stinson from the show How I Met Your Mother, and it uses Midseason Replacements :smiley:


#9

Duh. I knew the reference, just never made the connection…

Dunce-cap: on.


#10

I’ve beem playing NEH Shutdown BOOM! combo lately (got the list from someone on Stimslack), it works surprisingly well. Not sure how enjoyable it is for either side, but I’m having fun with it :smiley:

NEH BOOM!

Near-Earth Hub: Broadcast Center (Upstalk)

Agenda (11)

Asset (6)

Upgrade (1)

Operation (22)

Barrier (3)

Code Gate (6)

14 influence spent (max 17, available 3)
20 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Martial Law

Deck built on NetrunnerDB.


#11

Special Report works really well in this deck.


#12

Is this the deck that I played against at Canton?


#13

Psychosun is quite funny. I played that deck in the last small torunament in our local store. CTM is fun for me but i guess, it is not for everyone.

Blue Sun: Powering the Future

Agenda (10)
2x Global Food Initiative ●●
2x Hostile Takeover
3x Oaktown Renovation
3x Project Atlas

Asset (4)
1x Elizabeth Mills
3x Jackson Howard ●●●

Upgrade (1)
1x Crisium Grid

Operation (20)
1x Best Defense
1x BOOM!
3x Consulting Visit
1x Exchange of Information ●●
3x Hedge Fund
1x Midseason Replacements ●●●●
3x Oversight AI
1x Psychographics ●●●
3x Restructure
2x Scorched Earth
1x Snatch and Grab

Barrier (5)
3x Curtain Wall
2x Hive

Code Gate (4)
3x Enigma
1x Lotus Field ●

Sentry (2)
1x Archer
1x Cobra

Multi (2)
2x Orion

Other (1)
1x Mother Goddess

15 influence spent (max 15, available 0)
20 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Intervention

Deck built on https://netrunnerdb.com.


#14

It would be quite a coincidence! I didn’t get a chance to watch any of Ted’s games, not sure how his differed.