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#584

Jumping Dogs

The Professor: Keeper of Knowledge (Creation and Control)

Event (10)

Hardware (11)

Resource (6)

Icebreaker (4)

Program (14)

1 influence spent (max 1)
45 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Salsette Island

Deck built on NetrunnerDB.

I think Brahman is quickly becoming one of my favorite Shaper breakers. I put together a Professor deck that seeks to leverage Brahman to reset D4v1d and the Cerberus breakers, John Massanori to instantly draw it back (or SMC to pull it out), and Savoir-Faire to play more programs mid run. Your Medium fueled R&D assault is further augmented by Parasite recursion. Sports Hopper is either scorch protection or more card draw depending on your match ups. All this is backed up by the on demand econ power of MOpus and the continual bouncing to build up massive Tech Writers. 4 NetChips and an Astrolabe (or Maya) provide the memory to keep the full rig up and running.


#585

3 Adonis Campaign
±3 Aryabhata Tech ●​●​●​●​●​●​
±3 Encryption Protocol
±3 Jackson Howard ●​●​●​
±1 Jeeves Model Bioroids
±3 Mumba Temple ●​●​●​●​●​●​
±1 Mumbad City Hall ●​
±2 Ronald Five
ICE (15)
±2 Assassin
±3 Caduceus ●​●​●​●​●​●​
±2 Ichi 1.0
±3 Troll ●​●​●​●​●​●​
±2 Vikram 1.0
±3 Viper
Operation (8)
±2 Foxfire
±3 Hedge Fund
±1 Product Recall
±2 Restructure
Upgrade (7)
±3 Ash 2X3ZB9CY
±2 Oaktown Grid
±2 Strongbox

This looks like a good idea for a fun deck til you realize it has one fatal flaw.


#586

Notes are on NDB. Ideal start is
Tech Writer -> Bazaar -> Replicator [draw second replicator] -> spy camera [install the other 5 spy cameras].

…but this doesn’t happen very often :slight_smile:

Once your deck has been thinned, your econ comes from events and 12 consumer grades you sell for 3 credits per turn to Aesops. If you have multiple tech writers out for your big installs, even better. Levy lets you stick it out for longer. Spy Camera is great for making targeted runs on R&D. if you are on the R&D lock plan, remember you can fire them after the corp’s mandatory draw: either you know what’s on top for an R&D hit on your turn, or they click-draw and you know what’s in HQ.

It might be better in Hayley to accelerate setup if you don’t get a bazaar, or better in CT to accelerate setup by making the combo easier to put together, but I like that Kate has the ability to dig a little at the beginning and still install bazaar + replicator + aesops without going too broke.

Now there’s a little deck

Kate “Mac” McCaffrey: Digital Tinker (Core Set)

Event (12)

Hardware (15)

Resource (13)

Icebreaker (3)

Program (2)

15 influence spent (max 15)
45 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Salsette Island

Deck built on NetrunnerDB.


When Will it be Time for Replicator?
#587

This deck is such delicious jank. It needs optimization, but it is a blast to play.

Because honestly, who doesn’t love to draw 7 cards and then go into a faust powered siphon?

Casino Night Zone: Act 1

Ken “Express” Tenma: Disappeared Clone

Event (30)
3x Account Siphon
3x Dirty Laundry
1x Drive By
1x Déjà Vu ••
2x Easy Mark
6x Exclusive Party
3x Fisk Investment Seminar
1x Information Sifting
2x Levy AR Lab Access ••••• •
1x Planned Assault
3x Special Order
3x Sure Gamble
1x The Maker’s Eye ••

Hardware (5)
2x Comet ••••
3x Sports Hopper

Resource (5)
2x Drug Dealer
3x Same Old Thing

Icebreaker (4)
1x Breach
1x Faust ••
1x Mongoose
1x Passport

Program (1)
1x Datasucker •

17 influence spent (max 17)
45 cards (min 45)
Cards up to The Liberated Mind

Deck built on https://netrunnerdb.com.


#588

Yellow Xanatos

Near-Earth Hub: Broadcast Center (Upstalk)

Agenda (9)

Asset (13)

Upgrade (5)

Operation (9)

Barrier (3)

Code Gate (7)

Sentry (3)

14 influence spent (max 17-3☆=14)
21 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to The Liberated Mind

Decklist published on NetrunnerDB.

A deck that blends the “Xanatos Gambit” deck with “Beale or No Beale” (which I didn’t know was a deck until it was pointed out to me). Play Xanatos out of yellow with Junebugs and Overwriters. Media Blitz a Puppet Master to get more counters on either a trap or Beale. Score over advanced beales.


#589

Perfectly Benevolent Medecine Corp

Jinteki: Personal Evolution (Core Set)

Agenda (10)

Asset (20)

Operation (12)

Code Gate (4)

Sentry (3)

  • 3x Pup (Honor and Profit)

14 influence spent (max 15)
20 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Democracy and Dogma

Deck built on NetrunnerDB.

So I want to bring back PE, and was excited about Bio-Ethics Association, as it makes unadvanced remotes a threat. Bio-Ethics plus Chairman Hiro really supports your Neural EMP’s for a surprise kill, and we have the regular Ronin/Agenda versus Junebug PE is known for.


#590

Inspired by the release of Consulting Visit, I have been having some success on Jinteki (I know, I know) with a super rushy GRNDL with Midseasons. Being able to have 5 effective copies of Midseasons is just huge for the consistency, meaning that I can often install naked Oaktowns turn 2. My list is the following:

15 inf is a crutch

GRNDL: Power Unleashed (Fear and Loathing)

Agenda (14)

Asset (5)

Upgrade (2)

Operation (19)

Barrier (4)

Code Gate (3)

Sentry (2)

10 influence spent (max 10)
20 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to The Liberated Mind

Deck built on NetrunnerDB.

Let me be clear: as it stands, I will not claim this is an amazing deck. I think its biggest problems as of now are the following:

  • Difficulties dealing with Film Critic - this is why the (tutorable!) Snatch & Grab is here.
  • Difficulties dealing with a Noise who understands the plan and calmly Imps every agenda - this and Medium digs is why CVS is here.
  • No real late game - once the Runner gets their econ running and the ability to break cheap binary ice, the game is over

However, there are lots of things I thought would be problems which just aren’t. For example, I thought it would be easy for the Runner to just let me score 5 points in peace, catch up in econ and then win. While that definitely happens, the inclusion of Posted Bounty gives me a way to force the issue. I rarely do this as the first agenda, but after a Profiteering or an Oaktown, it does work.

I don’t know if this is actually that good. But it’s super fun to play. Do you like making money by scoring agendas, and not by spamming assets? Try it. Games are fairly quick, and pretty fun. There are lots of changes which can be made. The deck can play more ice and focus more on traditional Supermodernism scoring behind ice, or it can play SEA Source for an alternate way of killing. It can be a core Weyland or it can be some other faction entirely. My main point is that Consulting Visit is absolutely huge for kill decks.


#591

Here is a deck I’ve been loving in BB45.

Food + Mutate = GMOs = Monsanto, that’s the name

Monsanto Rush --BB45–

Pālanā Foods: Sustainable Growth

Agenda (9)
3x Corporate Sales Team
3x Improved Protein Source
3x Medical Breakthrough

Asset (2)
2x Shock!

Upgrade (2)
2x Marcus Batty

Operation (19)
2x Fast Track
3x Green Level Clearance •••
3x Hedge Fund
3x Heritage Committee
2x Medical Research Fundraiser
2x Mutate
2x Power Shutdown ••••
2x Restructure

Barrier (4)
1x Himitsu-Bako
3x Vanilla

Code Gate (5)
1x Inazuma
1x Lotus Field
3x Quandary

Sentry (8)
3x Archer ••••• •
2x Cobra
2x Rototurret ••
1x Susanoo-no-Mikoto

15 influence spent (max 15)
21 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Fear the Masses

Deck built on https://netrunnerdb.com.

It combines gear check Rush with the Heritage Committee+Mutate combo. So far I haven’t played enough games to see whether the combo is a worthwhile avenue. I have hard-rezzed Archers and they are extra devastating in this format. The anti-synergy with Breakthrough is a bit awkward, though. That said, I love this agenda suite. There may actually be too much money here; haven’t played enough to feel safe trimming economy.

@ErikTwice this is the build I’ve been playing. It is BB45 so there are limitations here. Snare is banned, otherwise I would play it over Shock. Caprice is banned, but Batty may be better anyway. I’m not sure what the deck would look like in the standard meta; I have been preoccupied with the BB45 mindset. I’ll leave the tweaking to others! Keep in mind, Parasite doesn’t exist in this deck’s meta, nor do SMC or Inside Job, for example. Rushing behind Vanilla in the early game is very viable.


#592

Gonna start testing this as soon as I have my hands on Sandburg.

BB45 Sandwich Design

NEXT Design: Guarding the Net

Agenda (9)
3x Advanced Concept Hopper
3x Corporate Sales Team
1x Eden Fragment
1x Efficiency Committee
1x Utopia Fragment

Asset (12)
3x Indian Union Stock Exchange ••••• •
3x Jeeves Model Bioroids
3x Melange Mining Corp.
3x Sandburg

Upgrade (2)
2x Corporate Troubleshooter

Operation (9)
3x Green Level Clearance
3x Hedge Fund
1x Lateral Growth
1x Peak Efficiency
1x Subliminal Messaging

Barrier (9)
3x Hive ••••• •
3x NEXT Silver
3x Vanilla

Code Gate (5)
3x NEXT Bronze
2x Quandary

Sentry (3)
3x NEXT Gold

12 influence spent (max 12)
20 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to 23 Seconds

Deck built on https://netrunnerdb.com.

Would like anyone’s input who is familiar with BB45 format. My other idea is to run this shell in Gagarin, and import 3 Bronze 3 Silver and 1 Gold, getting the Jeeves for free. You play Capital Investors instead of Melange. It’s probably better, but I wanted to play some NEXT. Also you can’t play Troubleshooter in Gagarin (with that influence spread). They may be overkill, anyway. I see the Gagarin version’s issue being tempo. Another idea I’m considering is Chimera, who rez for only 1c after a single ISE.


#593

Here is the Gagarin version, which also packs Punitive threat.

BB45 Sandbaggin

Gagarin Deep Space: Expanding the Horizon

Agenda (6)
1x Eden Fragment
1x Government Takeover
3x The Cleaners
1x Utopia Fragment

Asset (14)
3x Capital Investors
3x Indian Union Stock Exchange
3x Jeeves Model Bioroids ••••• ••••
2x PAD Campaign
3x Sandburg

Operation (11)
3x Hedge Fund
3x Housekeeping
3x Punitive Counterstrike
2x Snatch and Grab

Barrier (8)
2x Hive
3x NEXT Silver ••••• •
3x Vanilla

Code Gate (6)
3x NEXT Bronze ••••• •
3x Quandary

Sentry (1)
1x NEXT Gold •••

Other (3)
2x Chimera
1x Mother Goddess

15 influence spent (max 15)
21 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to 23 Seconds

Deck built on https://netrunnerdb.com.


#594

In my experience Advanced Concept Hopper is far worse in practice than in theory. I would try Corporate War if you want a second cash agenda.


#595

Hopper is actually primarily for the card draw. I find it very strong for that purpose.


#596

You think so? I found it weak even if you draw, specially in glacier-ish builds :frowning:


#597

Any potential for a classic AOA style out of Omar? Granted I tried to squeeze the DLR into this build, but this may be the first direction I try with Keung. I am super excited for this Runner and Console.

Omar AOA

Omar Keung: Conspiracy Theorist

Event (20)
2x Account Siphon ●●●●● ●●●
3x Dirty Laundry
3x Déjà Vu
2x Hacktivist Meeting
3x I’ve Had Worse
1x Making an Entrance
1x Spooned
3x Sure Gamble
1x Surge
1x Vamp

Hardware (4)
3x Obelus
1x Plascrete Carapace

Resource (9)
1x Data Leak Reversal
3x John Masanori
1x Joshua B.
3x Same Old Thing
1x Wireless Net Pavilion

Icebreaker (5)
2x Corroder
2x Faust ☆☆
1x Mimic

Program (7)
1x Datasucker
2x Medium
2x Nerve Agent
2x Parasite ☆☆

8 influence spent (max 12-4☆=8, available 0)
45 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Escalation

Deck built on https://netrunnerdb.com.

Spooned can hopefully be swapped with Black Orchestra, but I’m not sure what the card does yet. One Hacktivist could maybe be a Rumor Mill. MAE could maybe be Inject.


#598

I really like this concept. Just using small bullshit ICE that later help lock the game up when Sandburg makes them huge. Needs more Tour Guide, though =P.


#599

I’ve never really built an Anarch deck, only once back when I only owned the core set. But I thought a cool idea would be a runner deck with enough cards to score points while having to run the corp as little as possible - I just don’t know how to make it work. This is what I’ve been screwing around with lately, any advice is well-recieved

WTF? (Whizzard The Fraudster?)

Whizzard: Master Gamer

Event (18)
3x "Freedom Through Equality"
3x Amped Up
3x Day Job
3x Déjà Vu
3x Notoriety ●●●
3x Sure Gamble

Resource (18)
3x Adjusted Chronotype
3x Daily Casts
3x Fan Site ●●●
3x Kati Jones
3x Liberated Chela ●●●●● ●
3x Wyldside ☆☆☆

Icebreaker (9)
3x Cerberus “Cuj.0” H3
3x Corroder
3x Force of Nature

12 influence spent (max 15-3☆=12, available 0)
45 cards (min 45)
Cards up to The Liberated Mind

Deck built on https://netrunnerdb.com.


#600

Would love some feedback on this deck (longer description at NRDB). It’s inspired by @Arkitekt 's “Around the world in 8 turns” titan rush/FA deck. I’ve been winning a lot with this in testing (both on jinteki.net and at weekly meetups). It moves a lot faster than most of the prominent runner decks right now, takes advantage of the current lack of anti-FA tech, and can salvage a playable late game with Sandburg. It’s also a lot of fun.

Any suggestions or thoughts would be most appreciated!

Titan Evolution v0.2

Titan Transnational: Investing In Your Future (Order and Chaos)

Agenda (12)

Asset (5)

Upgrade (4)

Operation (13)

Barrier (4)

Code Gate (3)

Sentry (6)

Other (2)

15 influence spent (max 17-2☆=15, available 0)
21 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to 23 Seconds

Decklist published on NetrunnerDB.


#601

Did you know that a third of your deck can be cards that give you 9 or more gross credits?
https://netrunnerdb.com/en/decklist/37263/big-money-ken


#602

I think one of the issues with a deck playing Sandburg and tons and tons of bad pub to make money is that you’re really just giving the runner the money they need in order to break into your now-larger servers and to trash Sandburg. I think the rest of the deck looks reasonable as a rush deck, maybe minus the Caduceus for the same reason as the Sandburg (bad pub makes trace ICE blank).


#603

Yeah, the bad pub can become problematic sometimes. The theory, at least, is that all the sources of BP are at least 5 credits per pub, so if that gives +1 to all of your ice, then any server with more than 1 ice will tend to get stronger faster than the runner’s breakers (assuming 1 credit = +1 strength, which may or may not be fair).

I definitely don’t like caduceus here (runner will just pay the trace when bad pub + sandburg make that cheaper), not sure what I’d put in. Mausolus when it comes out, maybe spiderweb for its anti-faustiness?

Do you have any suggestions for closing out games that go long that would be better than Sandburg? That’s where I’ve always struggled to get rush decks to work.