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#21

I like the idea and I’m thinking too of running an event.

Is there anybody who can give some feedback about your experiences? Does & Don’ts?

Thanks!


#22

anrsealed.com has been updated with the Stimhack Cube. Have good Sealed ^^


#23

Can you explain what that means? Sounds interesting but I don’t know what to expect considering the format.


#24

The Stimhack Cube contains less but only good cards than the anrsealed Cube. The games should be more aggressive and dynamic.


#25

So you are saying instead of all cards, you could take the Stimhack Cube as a base for selecting cards? Which as a result reduces the card pool to a draft cardpool instead of the standard card pool?

Interesting and I like it!


#26

Yes and to go deeper, here is the different cardpools that you you can choose in anrsealed.com :

  • The anrsealed cardpool that contains the maximum of playable and enjoyable cards (~600 Corp cards, ~500 Runner cards) but with banned cards (very bad cards, very broken cards, cards that combo too much with others cards…). I recommend to use this cardpool.
  • The Stimhack Cube (320 Corp cards, 320 Runner cards) as we can find it on this forum.
  • All the cards (~1500 Corp cards, ~1200 Runner cards). I don’t recommend this cardpool but if you really like to use all cards you can.

#27

Thanks!


#28

We played a small tournament to freshen up our meta (5 ppl).
It was fun to play and really reminded me of the old days when ANR started, when there no archetypes and facechecking was much more dangerous. Single accesses on centrals and remote camping. Crazy ICE and sudden death.
My favorite moment from this tournament: killing a runner with PriSec (thanks, Faust!)

I really appreciate the format and recommend it to everyone who likes the deck building/playing challenge.


#29

so is the idea that you just build with what you get? Or is there a drafting step as well?


#30

You just build with what you get!


#31

You get a list of cards and then build a deck, ignoring all influence cost. So you could have Astroscript, House of Knives, Fairchild and Ice Wall in one deck. This of course makes your deck really inpredictable and surprisingly fun to play.


#32

Sorry to exhume this thread, but there’s going to be renewed interest in alternative formats for A:NR, so extant things like ANRSealed are nice to see.

Does anyone know whether the people behind it are planning to update it for Kitara (and later, Reign & Reverie)?


#33

To answer my own question, v2.12 recently updated for the Kitara cycle, so yay! Fingers crossed for Reign & Reverie.


#34

…and now, v2.13 supports Reign & Reverie.


#35

This will be very useful. Thank you.


#36

Just stumbled upon this website. This looks super sweet and totally fun to play – especially with the end of FFG-supported Netrunner on the horizon. It’s a format that encourages to explore the card pool I think, without converging on the same played-out archetypes.


#37

Another sweet little aspect of ANRSealed is that it is open-source, both for the code and the card pool constraints:

So, if for whatever reason they stopped maintaining it, or didn’t feel up to supporting putative new NISEI cards, the community could still step up and continue without starting from scratch.