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Winning Decklists: Enchanted Realms, Season Three Tournament 2013

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Enchanted Realms, Season Three Tournament
December 28th, 2013
Cards up to Mala Tempora legal

2013 Enchanted Realms S3 – 1st Place Runner Deck
Kate “Mac” McCaffrey: Digital Tinker (Core Set)

Event (17)
2x Account Siphon (Core Set) ••••• •••
3x Diesel (Core Set)
1x Escher (Creation and Control)
2x Infiltration (Core Set)
1x Levy AR Lab Access (Creation and Control)
2x Special Order (Core Set) ••••
3x Sure Gamble (Core Set)
2x Test Run (Cyber Exodus)
1x Vamp (Trace Amount) ••

Hardware (12)
2x Clone Chip (Creation and Control)
2x Dyson Mem Chip (Trace Amount)
2x Omni-Drive (Creation and Control)
2x Plascrete Carapace (What Lies Ahead)
3x The Personal Touch (Core Set)
1x The Toolbox (Core Set)

Resource (1)
1x Inside Man (A Study in Static)

Icebreaker (7)
2x Dagger (Creation and Control)
1x Deus X (A Study in Static)
2x Snowball (Trace Amount)
2x ZU.13 Key Master (What Lies Ahead)

Program (8)
3x Cloak (Creation and Control)
2x Magnum Opus (Core Set)
1x Net Shield (Core Set)
2x Self-modifying Code (Creation and Control)

14 influence spent (max 15)

45 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Creation and Control

2013 Enchanted Realms S3 – 1st Place Corp Deck
Weyland Consortium: Building a Better World (Core Set)

Agenda (11)
1x Geothermal Fracking (Opening Moves)
1x Government Contracts (A Study in Static)
3x Hostile Takeover (Core Set)
1x Posted Bounty (Core Set)
1x Private Security Force (Core Set)
3x Project Atlas (What Lies Ahead)
1x The Cleaners (Second Thoughts)

Asset (6)
1x Dedicated Response Team (Future Proof)
2x Jackson Howard (Opening Moves) ••
2x Melange Mining Corp. (Core Set)
1x PAD Campaign (Core Set)

Operation (12)
1x Accelerated Diagnostics (Mala Tempora) •
3x Beanstalk Royalties (Core Set)
2x Power Shutdown (Mala Tempora)
2x Restructure (Second Thoughts)
3x Scorched Earth (Core Set)
1x SEA Source (Core Set) ••

Barrier (5)
2x Hadrian’s Wall (Core Set)
3x Ice Wall (Core Set)

Code Gate (6)
2x Chum (Core Set) ••
1x Datapike (Creation and Control)
2x Enigma (Core Set)
1x Tollbooth (Core Set) ••

Sentry (9)
1x Archer (Core Set)
2x Caduceus (What Lies Ahead)
1x Hunter (Core Set)
1x Ichi 1.0 (Core Set) ••
1x Muckraker (Second Thoughts) •••
2x Shadow (Core Set)
1x Swordsman (Second Thoughts) •

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

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Both decks here look incredibly weird to me.

I was the TO for this one, sat it out since we had an even number of players.

These are Tobin L’s decks. I never talked to him afterwards about his decks, so I can’t do much explaining here unfortunately. He’s our local ‘celebrity’, claiming the first world champion title for Netrunner by winning the '98 World Domination tournament for the original game. He comes up with a bunch of different decks that are typically more on the experimental side. He likes a lot of ice, usually running 1x-2x copies of everything to keep the Runner guessing; you never know quite what to expect. I imagine Diagnostics is in there to pull off the Power Shutdown/Accelerated Diagnostics combo if the opportunity presents itself, but he likely didn’t want to make it a major feature in the deck. I have no clue what he’s doing with his agenda distribution there, heh.

I mostly remember this tournament from my wife, Katie, being rather disappointed about this result. She had swept her opponent at the second table in the final round to temporarily snag first place. The top table match was between Charlie (first-place with 10 prestige) and Tobin (part of a three-way tie for second place with 8 prestige). Tobin won the first game, guaranteeing that the tiebreakers would have to be pulled out to determine a winner. Katie had Charlie beat on the weak-side win tiebreaker if he won the second game, and Tobin had Katie beat on the strength of schedule tiebreaker if he won the second game. Of course, if the game went to time, Katie wins no matter what. Time is called, but Tobin manages to finish out and win in the last turn, saving him from a timed win and stealing first place from Katie. Good drama all around.

(Tobin finished with 12 prestige, 3 weak side wins, and 35 strength of schedule. Katie finished with 12 prestige, 3 weak side wins, and a 32 strength of schedule)

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