@trzystadrzew No, it really is a 45 card corp deck (and I’ll be the first to admit it’s odd ) .
A few months ago I read the Supermodernism thread on BGG and somebody mentioned that all of the ICE in that deck could be put on the remote (hard ETR ICE or Grims) so I cut the Caduceus and my Shadows (down to 45 cards) and tried it on OCTGN to decide what ICE to put back in. Long story short, I found the 45 card version to be more consistent than the 49 variant (it’ll go back to 49 cards when Changeling comes out). I get agenda flooded consistently and my opponent throws down R&D Interfaces and breaks his economy getting into R&D only to see nothing. Meanwhile, I score an Atlas with two tokens (behind Ice Wall + Enigma or Enigma + Wall of Static or Grim + Ice Wall or another combo, any two ICE work here as long as they aren’t both barriers or code gates) which are usually turned into Takeovers for Archer fodder or a Government Contracts. I get a Secretary in my remote and advance it twice. The runner runs (always) and I kill the Corroder and whatever code gate breaker they have (usually Yog.0) and score my seventh point while they try to get their rig back up.
I’ve had a lot of experience with this deck vs. Andromeda (and she struggles against this deck because she runs Mimic and only one copy of Yog) so I took this to the tournament (expecting to see lots of Andy) but I played Chaos Theory twice, Reina once and Kate twice. Shapers are a more difficult matchup but they run one copy of their breakers too and you can kill the Clone Chips via Power Shutdown to make the Secretary fatal.
Anyway, talked enough about the deck. It plays similarly to Supermodernism but I like the program-trashing version over the Scorched Earth variant. Also, I didn’t have a single game that wasn’t a blast (unlike the NBN FA deck that everybody brings to a tournament) which is really nice.
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