Type: Program Cost: 0 Memory Units: 2 Faction: Runner Shaper Faction Cost: 3 2 [Credits], [Trash]: Search your stack for a program and install it (paying the install cost). Shuffle your deck. "Make sure you tell the source code which executable you want it to compile into. One time I left by rig for a couple of minutes, and when I came back all of my files had be replaced with cat vids." - The Professor Strength: - Set: Creation and Control Number: 46 Quantity: 3 Illustrator: Lili Ibrahim
For those that follow Bad Publicity [ https://www.youtube.com/ANRBadPublicity ] you know that I’m pretty private about my decks, but this time I thought I would share. I am normally born and bread NBN corporation player, have been from the beginning and have stuck with them through the slow start to being but a dot in the what is now ocean of NBN players. After I pulled the cards from the newest data pack I started to have “Second Thoughts” of my own. I was very interested in the two (2) sets of one (1) point agendas included in the group and how it could be used as an advantage in a Jinteki - Personal Evolution deck.
The deck balance is probably about 70% damage win, 30% agenda advance win. It had not lost, in 15 games.
I have run tests against a few various builds. The first game I keep the deck a secret to the runner and have no issues winning. The second time I let them see the full deck and even with knowing what is I have still taken the win. They still have to run with caution and at a slow pace. It really is quite fun watching Andromeda players get their opening hand ripped apart do to net damage. Or Shaper players spending clicks and credits installing a rig and breaker set.
The deck has no trouble with economy. “Hedge Fund” and “Celebrity Gift” keep you in good shape with more than enough (since you are not rezing expensive ICE all over). Added bonus of a scored “Profiteering” (you will definitely take the full 15 credits every time) and/or “Gila Hands Arcology” keep you in the money.
"Trick of Light" complements the traps like "Cerebral Overwriter" and "Project Junebug" in case the runner suspects it because you have them installed and advanced for too many turns without doing anything else to them. This can help with some Fast Advance agenda scoring out of hand. Scored agendas put pressure on the runner to make mistakes.
Use the little bit of ICE strategically- I like some “Chum” and a few “Data Mine”s over R&D with a “Hokusai Grid” installed in the Root.
"Neural Katana" can sit over hand or a remote (if you even care to ICE remote’s)
You don’t have to rez the ICE the first time they run. Don’t be scarred to let the runner have an agenda. Most games they need to steal 7 anyway. Rez the Chummed Data Mine or a Katana when the forget about their hand size. Max the damage on a run. Hope they hit a Fetal AI, then add the Hokusai damage and the Personal Evolution Damage. On your turn drop a single or double “Neural EMP” for the kill shot.
Use all the typical “Jackson Howard” tips and tricks - shuffle your snares back into R&D, ditch agendas in archives then shuffle them back, and most important right after and “Indexing” run to change up that order.
Have some fun with this and love to hear how it goes for you
-Jamieson Bad Publicity
Jamieson Jinteki (49 cards)
Jinteki: Personal Evolution
Agenda (16) 1 Braintrust 3 Clone Retirement 3 False Lead 3 Fetal AI 3 Gila Hands Arcology 3 Profiteering
Asset (10) 2 Cerebral Overwriter 3 Jackson Howard 2 Project Junebug 3 Snare!
Upgrade (3) 3 Hokusai Grid
Operation (11) 3 Celebrity Gift 3 Hedge Fund 3 Neural EMP 2 Trick of Light
Code Gate (3) 3 Chum
Sentry (3) 3 Neural Katana
ICE (3) 3 Data Mine
Sitting down for a heart 2 heart talk with Steven from Team Covenant @ 2013 World Championships.
Bishop - Full Art By Adam S Doyle
[Click]: Host Bishop on a piece of ice not hosting a Caïssa. If already hosted, Bishop can be hosted only on ice protecting a central server if Bishop is on ice protecting a remote server, or on ice protecting a remote server if Bishop is on ice protecting a central server.
Type: Event Cost: 3 Faction: Runner Shaper Faction Cost: 3 Search your stack or heap for a program. Install that program, ignoring all costs. Shuffle your stack if you searched it. When this turn ends, add the program to the top of your stack if it is still installed. Set: Cyber Exodus Number: 47 Quantity: 3 Illustrator: Eko Puteh