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Yet another reason to attend the New York City Regionals


#1

We’re super-excited about the 2016 New York Regionals, organized by the Uncommons and hosted by the NYU Game Center! We have commissioned the almighty Emilio Rodriguez to illustrate an alt-art card for the event. All tournament attendees will receive this special Palana Foods:

Of course, such a beautiful piece of art will be wasted on just an alt-art card. So we put it on a playmat as well!

We are going to randomly hand out four of these during the tournament. You don’t have to make it to elimination for a chance to win a playmat!

Additionally, we are going to sell these throughout the event. Supply is limited, so you can secure your own here: https://squareup.com/store/the-uncommons/item/netrunner-regionals-custom-playmat. Note that this is a tournament-specific item, so you can only pick it up there.

Just a reminder, RSVP fee for the tournament is $15 ($20 door fee). You can RSVP here: https://squareup.com/store/the-uncommons/item/netrunner-lcg-regional-tournament. Hurry and RSVP now as pre-registration will end one week before the event.


#2

That is fantastic! Out of curiosity (for those of us who have never commissioned art before), how much did that cost?


#3

The standard rate seems to be $200, though some artists are more expensive. You can find non-NR artists for cheaper, but we really wanted an established name and style (you see this is Rodriguez from the illustration). I’m going to get Emilio Rodriguez’s permission and then write a short article about the whole process. This was super-fun :slight_smile:


#4

Make sure to give me full çredit for the idea


#5

Maybe I could make it to NYC. :neutral_face:
Nah.


#6

Im gonna skip the dragon boat festival in China to come to NYC! better make sure I will be one of that random lucky four! :triumph:


#7

Man this wish post works!!
I actually did win the mat lottery as the first lucker :triumph:!!!

Wonderful regionals, who could have guessed that people in NYC are actually very nice :smiley: