Shopping spree

The mechanized glove articulated nicely as Kit tested each digit in a complex sequence of hexadecimal code.

“Just came in. Good computing power that one,” Aesop said, gesturing at the interleaving. “The neural-net fibres hook directly into your enhancements. You’ll also find that it has targeted overclocking—centrally-networked servers crumple beneath the Gauntlet.”

“I will take it.” Kit said simply, and removed the console from her appendage.

“Excellent. Could I also interest you in some new processors? Fresh off the manufactory.”

It’s like a freight train

I had a general idea that I wanted to put Inversificator into Kit, but I didn’t realize how absolutely powerful it was until one of my local players—Adam—played it with Dedicated Processor and Gauntlet.

It’s just amazing! There’s Spooned to get rid of trouble ICE, Film Critic to deal with trouble agendas and match ups, and Equivocation/Maker’s Eye to really hammer R&D. Not seeing agendas in R&D? Gauntlet gets you a mini HQ Interface. Plus, as Kit, you melt through remote servers (once per turn, of course). The Inti and Mimic are there for oh-crap moments, and the Councilman is there to deal with things like Batty, Caprice, Ash, and whatever else. Of course that doesn’t stop pre-rezzing, but it’s an answer at least.

Major absolute props to Adam for putting this deck idea in my head. I don’t think he was running Mimic or Inti—not sure his suite—but I think these are the best options with SMC on the table.

Upside Down and Inside Out Kit (Inversificator)


Rielle “Kit” Peddler: Transhuman


Event (17)

3x Diesel

3x Dirty Laundry

3x Modded

2x Spooned  ●●●●● ●

3x Sure Gamble

3x The Maker’s Eye


Hardware (5)

3x Dedicated Processor

2x The Gauntlet  ●●


Resource (9)

2x Beth Kilrain-Chang

2x Councilman

2x Film Critic

3x Same Old Thing


Icebreaker (7)

2x Inti

3x Inversificator

2x Mimic  ●●


Program (7)

2x Equivocation

2x Magnum Opus

3x Self-modifying Code


10 influence spent (max 10, available 0)

45 cards (min 45)

Cards up to Earth’s Scion


Deck built on


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