Episode 10

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On Our Agenda:

Deck Tech: Personal Evolution

– Based on the concept of the popular Cambridge list, Wilfy Horig gives us his take on Jinteki, including how to play with and against the deck, the cards he believes are most optimal, and where the deck shines in comparison to others.

Risk Management

– Netrunner is a game of hidden information, bluffs, and high-stress decision making. The Panel gives you their advice on how best to manage your risks when playing as both corp and runner.

Melbourne Netrunner League

– The Panel touch briefly on the unique structure of the League they are currently running in Melbourne, explaining how it works so that you can replicate it if you’d like to run something similar in your area.

 

Wilfy’s Personal Evolution

3 Clone Retirement
3 Braintrust
3 Fetal AI
1 Philotic Entanglement
1 The Future Perfect
3 Paper Wall
3 Quandary
3 Pop-Up Window ***
1 Ice Wall *
2 Neural Katana
3 Jackson Howard ***
2 Biotic Labor **** ****
3 Hedge Fund
3 Medical Research Fundraiser
3 Mushin No Shin
3 Neural EMP
3 Psychic Field
3 Snare!
3 Ronin
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Episode 10

One thought on “Episode 10

  1. I’m intrigued by your choice of Biotic Labour over Trick of Light. It’s not quite as flexible, but those 8 inf can be all sorts of goodies and it basically does the same job for an awful lot cheaper. I strongly disagree with the omission of House of Knives, agenda is bonkers. It’s kind of interesting that you’re relying on other similar lists to feign the threat of traps that can be advanced. I’m not sure I’m as good at it as I’d like to be. But if you see no ambushes in R&D then you might start to get more confident about running the remotes.

    You’ve got no answer to Keyhole. I guess this style of deck typically has no answer to Keyhole.

    I might sleeve it up and see how it plays. Thanks as always for an interesting discussion.

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