The Warroid’s sensors picked up heat signatures over the next rise.
The planet’s red dust rose in a slight tremor as movement disturbed the substrate. Something was digging.
Requesting an uplink with the Haas-Bioroid surveillance net, the Warroid attempted to aim an imaging satellite and gather more intel.
The connection was refused. There were no satellites within range.
This did not compute. Enemy combatants must have jammed the signal or reconfigured the surveillance net.
Fittingly though, the Warroid was not alone.
A squad of six metal bodies approached the rise, weapons hot.
Once again—apologies for the short, short fiction. We have officially sold our house! Plus we’re in the process of buying a house in a different province, so… things are hectic. I’m still committed to finishing out the Red Sands cycle though! Now, on to Warroid.
I liked this card when I saw it—I liked it a lot more when I saw that it wasn’t unique. Sure, you can put these on R&D and HQ and protect stuff, but man… stack these in a remote!
At our Cache Refresh tournament, Adam had these protecting a SanSan, and he had Hostile Infrastructures included in his deck. Just nasty as hell.
For my build, I’m going straight RedCoats with Ash, Breaker Bay, Caprice, and Warroids. You might beat my ICE. And my Psi Game. Then my Ash trace. But you won’t be trashing Ash, Caprice, my Grid, or my Warroids. Sorry about that.
WarCoats ETF (Warroid Tracker)
Haas-Bioroid: Engineering the Future
3x Accelerated Beta Test
3x Global Food Initiative ●●●
3x Project Vitruvius
3x Adonis Campaign
3x Jackson Howard ●●●
3x Marilyn Campaign
3x Ash 2X3ZB9CY
3x Breaker Bay Grid
2x Caprice Nisei ●●●●● ●●●
3x Warroid Tracker
2x Biotic Labor
3x Hedge Fund
3x NEXT Silver
Code Gate (6)
3x NEXT Bronze
1x Architect ★
1x NEXT Gold
1x Mother Goddess
15 influence spent (max 15, available 0)
21 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Terminal Directive
Deck built on https://netrunnerdb.com.