Give and Take
The ICE flickered in front of Los’s visor. It had a curious signature that he’d never seen before, but it wasn’t engaging with him. He broke it anyways just to be certain.
Immediately after passing the ICE, Los found himself somewhere he hadn’t intended. The server pathways had deflected him somehow. Frustrated, he jacked out and checked his logs. The mystery ICE was gone. That was good—if they brought it online again his economy worm would pay out. This time though, he’d probably have to just let it go and see if he got lucky.
“Something the matter, friend?” Cortez grinned as he spoke, leaning back from his own console in the cramped New Angeles flat.
“Nothing we can’t handle. I think you’re going to be very interested in the new Jinteki countermeasures.”
I fell in love with Miraju. In my experience it’s pretty rare that the runner breaks the subroutine, so you rarely have to pay the cost of re-rezzing it. And if they do break it? Well, they’re deflected. Worth it.
If they don’t break it? You filter your hand. A little bit more card draw in Replicating Perfection never hurt, so here we go—a good old fashioned RP glacier. Caprice, Shock, GFI, CST, and Nisei. The Code Gates are massive and taxing and the Barriers are frustrating and taxing. Swordsman isn’t a big deal, but it’s annoying enough that the runner will likely find a Killer just to reduce that ping of net damage.
Solid deck—I think this’ll do well.
Replicating Hostility (Miraju)
Jinteki: Replicating Perfection
3x Corporate Sales Team
2x Global Food Initiative ●●
3x Nisei MK II
1x Philotic Entanglement
2x Hostile Infrastructure
3x Jackson Howard ●●●
3x Marilyn Campaign ●●●
3x Caprice Nisei
3x Celebrity Gift
3x Hedge Fund
3x Eli 1.0 ●●●
Code Gate (8)
2x DNA Tracker
2x Lotus Field
2x Tollbooth ●●●●
15 influence spent (max 15, available 0)
20 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Terminal Directive
Deck built on https://netrunnerdb.com.