I’m like 99% sure of this interaction, but it has come up twice this week and I haven’t found a crisp explanation of it yet.
The runner has datasucker and sneakdoor beta installed.
(click): Make a run on Archives. If successful, instead treat it as a successful run on HQ.
They use sneakdoor beta to make a run on open archives. “If successful” trigger is met for both datasucker and sneakdoor.
I have always assumed that the “successful run on archives” is completely replaced by the “successful run on hq.” However, it seems like the same event triggers both of them (which would imply you get a datasucker counter for the successful archives run and its replacement, the successful HQ run).
Similar situations come up with Security Testing:
The first time you make a successful run on that server this turn, instead of accessing cards, gain 2.
If you target archives and sneakdoor, does sec testing prevent you from accessing cards in HQ? Does it count as “the first successful run” on archives that turn?
And a similar issue will come up with the newly-spoiled Crypt and Omar (and probably a bunch of other cases I’m not thinking of).