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La parada de los monstruos 2014 Store Championship
February 15th, 2014
Winner: Gabriel Duato Catalán (aka me :smile:)
Corp deck: NBN doing their thing
Runner deck: Gabe likes to hang out with the guys from HQ
Cards up to True colors

I’ll post the decks from the other store tournaments from the area if I get the decklists.

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Two Store Championships in Colorado this weekend, got my hands on the first set of decklists… A couple of wacky gems, courtesy of Tobin Lopes:

The Haunted Game Cafe Store Championship
1st Place Corp: Weyland GRNDL
1st Place Runner: Noise

EDIT: Cards legal up to Fear and Loathing

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I’m confused. A 46 card Noise deck that uses 14 influence? That’s a head-scratcher.

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[Warsaw] FFG Store Championship Planszostrefa.pl 08.03.2014
Winner: Grzegorz “Wosho” Pijas


Corp deck: Jinteki RP http://netrunner.meteor.com/decks/6KzN4k2AfgNEmpRS8/


Runner deck: Exile http://netrunner.meteor.com/decks/ycTTNyrwJFXMN45FE/


Cards up to Fear and loathing

Store Championships at Spielkultur in Münster, Germany, at 02. March 2014.
Both decks went 5-0. Fear and Loathing was not legal for this tournament.

Runner: Andromeda
http://netrunnerdb.com/en/decklist/2997/store-champ-m-nster

Corp: NBN Making News
http://netrunnerdb.com/en/decklist/2998/store-champ-m-nster

I moved a post to a new topic: Weekly Tournament Winning Decklists 3/10/14

I’ve played against mplain using those decks, they’re quite impressive, and I’m honored to have had that opportunity. Congratulations!

Two net-decks here, not that there’s anything wrong with that… Though it is a tad ironic that I did so poorly at a tournament in which the winner ran a net-deck of a variant of my deck. :wink: I blame Cerebral Imaging.

Atomic Goblin Games Store Championship (Longmont, CO)
1st Place Corp: NBN: The World is Yours*
1st Place Runner: Gabriel Santiago

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That was fast! I’m curious how much practice the winner had with Astrobiotics prior to this match. Any chance of a full write-up?

I don’t believe the winner had much (if any) prior practice with it, I played against him the day prior at the Haunted Game Cafe Store Championship (in which he ran a HB Engineering brain damage deck and Blackguard Gabe, and finished in the top four) and he said he’s in the middle of a move and has had no time to playtest or practice online lately. I’m sure that contributed to the decision to net-deck, and he clearly saw the potential of your deck. I’ll ping him and see if he’ll do a write-up. I’ll have more details to post later, regardless, though I unfortunately did not get to play against him this tournament.

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Winning Decks from Fat Ogre Games and Comics Store Championship (Houston, TX).

NBN: The World Is Yours* (Future Proof)

Total Cards: (44)
Agenda (10)
AstroScript Pilot Program (Core #81) x3
Breaking News (Core #82) x2
Project Beale (Future Proof #115) x3
Market Research (Fear and Loathing #95) x2

Asset (2)
Jackson Howard (Opening Moves #15) x2

ICE (15)
Paper Wall (Mala Tempora #59) x3
Enigma (Core #111) x2
Chimera (Cyber Exodus #60) x2
Rototurret (Core #64) x2 ■
Shadow (Core #104) x2 ■
Wraparound (Fear and Loathing #96) x3
RSVP (True Colors #77) x1

Operation (14)
Hedge Fund (Core #110) x3
Sweeps Week (True Colors #76) x3
Biotic Labor (Core #59) x2 ■■■■
Anonymous Tip (Core #83) x3
Shipment from SanSan (Second Thoughts #34) x3

Upgrade (3)
SanSan City Grid (Core #92) x3

Total Agenda Points: 18

Andromeda: Dispossessed Ristie (Humanity’s Shadow)

Total Cards: (45)
Event (22)
Special Order (Core #22) x3
Sure Gamble (Core #50) x3
Account Siphon (Core #18) x3
Dirty Laundry (Creation and Control #52) x3
Emergency Shutdown (Cyber Exodus #43) x3
Inside Job (Core #21) x2
Lawyer Up (True Colors #63) x3
Blackmail (Fear and Loathing #89) x2

Hardware (8)
Plascrete Carapace (What Lies Ahead #9) x2
Desperado (Core #24) x3
R&D Interface (Future Proof #107) x3 ■■

Program (10)
Corroder (Core #7) x2 ■■
Datasucker (Core #8) x3 ■
Mimic (Core #11) x1 ■
Yog.0 (Core #14) x1 ■
Faerie (Future Proof #104) x3

Resource (5)
Kati Jones (Humanity’s Shadow #91) x2
Daily Casts (Creation and Control #53) x3

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Oh boy. Looks like I have a lot of lists to add. Thanks everyone, will be getting to these later tonight.

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I feel like Astrobiotics (or biotic news, which is what we called our test builds of it before your netdecking :wink: ) is weak to really aggressive runners. I’d be curious to see some matches of it played vs. “common criminals”, e.g. good stuff gabe/andy, if anyone knows of any.

From my experience having played against many criminals, Datasucker Andy is a bit slow and Knight Gabe needs a very good starting hand, so both archetypes have trouble keeping up. Knight Andromeda I think would do well, but for some reason that’s not much of a thing.

Did somebody point that mplain’s Kate does not use Sure Gamble? And this deck went undefeated through 8 matches that day.

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stimhack + clone chip / SMC to set up the rig and then hammer RnD with indexing and maker’s eye.he does have a lot of econ its just not coming from the traditional places. i like it.

I think you must play different criminals than I do :). I’d never describe Andy or Gabe as “a bit slow”, lol :).

Play my exact TWIY deck and you’ll understand what I mean :p.

Lysander: Impressive? Honored? Are you actually talking about that time when you beat me 5:1? :slight_smile:

Salt store Spain Champ

weyland: http://netrunnerdb.com/en/decklist/3013/ocp-1st-place-salt-store-tournament-esp

Weyland tag n bag with Dedicated Response Team

Kit: http://netrunnerdb.com/en/decklist/3014/cyber-cypher-atman-1st-salt-store-tournament-esp

A Cyber-Cypher-Atman deck

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