Self-Adapting Code Wall

The OS is new, I swear

“So team, tell me what’s new about this latest hopper.” Isabel said, leaning back in her chair and looking at the specs on the conference room’s project wall.

“Well Ms. McGuire, as you know, we’ve increased the top speed by 5%. We’ve also scored 2% higher on safety ratings.”

Kowalsky. No imagination in that boy, Isabel thought. “What about you, Vihaan was it?”

Vihaan was from the new sales team that HB had engaged to consult on the hopper marketing campaigns.

The young man, impressive looking in a dark suit with a pair of dark sunglasses hanging from the pocket, leaned forward and smiled. “This new hopper is smoother, faster, and more durable. It’s safer for your family, and it’s the best way to get around when you’ve got to manage New Angeles traffic.” He stood up, pointing to the repulsors. “With Mumbad’s latest in anti-gravs, the 44Vector makes you feel like you’re driving over silk. It—”

Isabel held up her hand. “After the election debacle in Mumbad, we’re distancing ourselves from those branches in our marketing. Use Luna instead. The New Angeles Risties love the romance around the moon.”

Vihaan smiled again and pointed to one of his aides, who took the note down. “Very good, Ms. McGuire. Do you have any questions?”

“Yes. What is the real difference between the 43Vector and the 44V?”

Vihaan’s grin widened even more. “Well, this year your team put a 44 on the side.”

“Excellent.”

What happens at 88 miles per hour?

I found the base idea for deck on NetrunnerDB maybe a year or so ago, so thanks to “SavageOne316” for your genius!

It’s a rush deck. It’s a rush deck in NEXT, and it uses 4/2s that make you cash to accelerate your rushing.

This seemed like a great place to put Self-Adapting Code Wall, as it’s basically an un-parasiteable way to push agendas through quickly.

Ideally, you’re going to start with three pieces of ICE in your hand. Should be easy, this deck is running 22.

Get those three down, draw up with NEXT’s ability, then immediately drop a Concept Hopper or Sales Team behind a gear check on turn one.

Make the agendas go fast!

Score a Corporate Sales Team and keep your money going. Score a Concept Hopper and keep your cards flowing, your cash improving.

Get that ABT scored and trigger it for more ICE everywhere.

Or a Vitruvius overscored so you can pull back some Biotic Labors later in the game.

Whenever possible, you want to advance the card you put in the remote. That way the runner goes after your Aggressive Secretary and loses his or her rig—opening up the rush again.

Score two or three agendas before they can get in reliably. Then win by Biotic Labor or Domestic Sleepers.

Good luck! May the deck have mercy on your soul.

Dumpster Rush NEXT (Self-Adapting Code Wall)

NEXT Design: Guarding the Net

 

Agenda (12)
1x Accelerated Beta Test
3x Advanced Concept Hopper
3x Corporate Sales Team
2x Domestic Sleepers
3x Project Vitruvius

 

Asset (2)
2x Aggressive Secretary

 

Operation (11)
3x Beanstalk Royalties ●●●
2x Biotic Labor
3x Green Level Clearance
3x Hedge Fund

 

Barrier (7)
2x NEXT Silver
2x Self-Adapting Code Wall
3x Vanilla

 

Code Gate (9)
3x NEXT Bronze
3x Pop-up Window ●●●
3x Quandary

 

Sentry (6)
2x Cobra
2x Grim
2x Rototurret

 

Other (2)
2x Chimera

 

6 influence spent (max 12, available 6)
20 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Station One

Deck built on https://netrunnerdb.com.

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