HB shell game v0.2
Haas-Bioroid: Engineering the Future
3x Accelerated Beta Test
2x Chronos Project
3x NAPD Contract
3x Project Vitruvius
3x Adonis Campaign
2x Cerebral Overwriter
3x Jackson Howard •••
3x PAD Campaign
2x Project Junebug ••
2x Psychic Field ••
3x Snare! ••••• •
1x Cyberdex Virus Suite
1x Biotic Labor
3x Hedge Fund
3x Eli 1.0
2x Markus 1.0
Code Gate (5)
1x Tollbooth ••
2x Viktor 1.0
3x Ichi 1.0
15 influence spent (max 15)
20 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Breaker Bay
Decklist published on http://netrunnerdb.com
Another newb making a feeble attempt at deckbuilding… If anyone would have time to ge me some feedback, I’d be very grateful. You could just tell me if it’s jank or junk. There’s a small SC soon in my town and I might bring this deck.
I’ve been playing some NEH asset spam and PE Cambridge style and like the mind games a lot of assets can offer. I wanted to try that out of HB:EtF. My idea is, if 1 click=1 card=1 credit (very broad generalisation), shouldn’t you be able to spam assets as well in HB:EtF as you can do in NEH? Not taking the available card pool in consideration, of course.
My big worry is, is it possible to play advancable traps anymore? There’s no Mushin, mainly because it didn’t fit with influence. I’ll have to advance all cards the hard way. I understand this will slow me down a lot. But the satisfaction of having the runner access a triple-advance Project Junebug is very tempting.
Put a decent amount of ICE on HQ and R&D. Have Snares act like HQ-protection and deter big R&D-digs. Worst case is to install Snares as run bait, but preferably they should stay in HQ. Maybe single ICE a on a remote or two, but more as a run bait than actual protection. Mostly install naked assets and then let the mind games begin. Except for the NAPDs, all agendas can be scored in one turn when installed.
Advance traps and agendas the like and leave them there. Make the runner hesitate whether it’s a triple advanced agenda or Project Junebug.
To save click and increase the number of assets, I opted for drip economy and creds from assets. I considered Diversified portfolio but I think PAD campaign is a better choice. I miss the chance of bursts of creds, but there’s more for the runner to trash.
The choices are inspired by NEH shark tank and the likes. Agendas that I can either advance and score in a single turn (the 3/2s and 3/1s) or hard to steal (NAPD contract).
A lot of assets, of course. There’s some ICE but the game plan is to install most assets naked. I chose PAD campaign over Eve because of a better rezz/trash-ratio and faster pay-off.
Just Hedge fund for economy. A single Biotic labor to have the chance of installing and scoring a 3/2, if necessary. As previously mentioned I’ve considered 3x Diversified portfolio, but opted for PAD campaign instead. It’s cheap and can really bring you back economically. But with a bad match-up, I fear many assets will be trashed and I won’t get much creds from the Diversified Portfolio. I hope the PADs to stick and bring more money in the long run.
Not much room for ICE out of faction, because of lack of influence. Mostly bioroids the runner can click through and rather cheap ICE. I don’t think I’d have the money to have stronger ICE that could really stop the runner in its track, anyway. So I’ve gone for ICE with multiple subs (i.e. Markus 1.0 instead of Wall of Static) to tax the runner. Also ICE with potential to trash cards or land a brain damage (Viktor 1.0). A single Tool booth if there’s any server I really want to protect.
What’s the verdict? Does this deck have any potential? Or should I just kill my darling and scrap it all together? Hit me!