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Subject: GenCon tournament winning decklists rss

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Justin K
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Hey guys, hopefully this will end the rampant speculation. Here are the decks I won the GenCon tournament with earlier today. Both of them have been posted on BGG before, but here they are in one place:



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Identity:
Kate "Mac" McCaffrey: Digital Tinker (Core)


Total Cards: (45)

Event: (14)
Dirty Laundry (Creation and Control) x2
Modded (Core) x2
Scavenge (Creation and Control) x1
Sure Gamble (Core) x3
Stimhack (Core) x2 ■
Infiltration (Core) x3
Escher (Creation and Control) x1

Hardware: (11)
Clone Chip (Creation and Control) x3
R&D Interface (Future Proof) x3
Desperado (Core) x3 ■■■
Plascrete Carapace (What Lies Ahead) x2

Program: (11)
Atman (Creation and Control) x3
Datasucker (Core) x3 ■
Self-modifying Code (Creation and Control) x3
Deus X (A Study in Static) x1
Femme Fatale (Core) x1 ■

Resource: (9)
Kati Jones (Humanity's Shadow) x3
Daily Casts (Creation and Control) x3
Professional Contacts (Creation and Control) x3

Influence Values Totals -
Anarch: 5
Criminal: 10
Shaper: 48



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Identity:
Jinteki: Personal Evolution (Core)


Total Cards: (49)

Agenda: (11)
Braintrust (What Lies Ahead) x2
Fetal AI (Trace Amount) x3
Gila Hands Arcology (Creation and Control) x2
Priority Requisition (Core) x2
False Lead (A Study in Static) x2

Asset: (6)
Ronin (Future Proof) x1
Snare! (Core) x3
Cerebral Overwriter (Creation and Control) x2 ■■

ICE: (19)
Chum (Core) x3
Data Mine (Core) x3
Neural Katana (Core) x3
Pop-up Window (Cyber Exodus) x3 ■
Wall of Static (Core) x1
Enigma (Core) x2
Bastion (Creation and Control) x1
Ice Wall (Core) x1 ■
Chimera (Cyber Exodus) x2

Operation: (10)
Hedge Fund (Core) x3
Neural EMP (Core) x3
Beanstalk Royalties (Core) x3 ■
Scorched Earth (Core) x1 ■■■■

Upgrade: (3)
Hokusai Grid (Humanity's Shadow) x3

Total Agenda Points: 20

Influence Values Totals -
Haas-Bioroid: 4
Jinteki: 37
NBN: 3
The Weyland Consortium: 8



I'm far too exhausted to give any form of analysis right now, but hopefully this will at least appease some curiosity.

Lastly, I'd just like to shout out to all my opponents today--every single one played extremely well and every game was massively intense.
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Alejandro Galaviz
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Congratulations!

We here at the Dallas/Fort Worth branch of Jinteki Corporation are proud of your success.

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Nate K
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Good to see Jinteki win! Your list is distressingly similar to mine, although I went with an Asset-based economy and triple Gila Hands.
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Congratulations! I'm also a Shaper/Jinteki player, so I was glad to see them come out in first place. Good work coming out on top with so many players.
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Mike Ostman
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Congrats. That's a huge field to play through!
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Again, congratulations! Winning was an endurance contest for sure.

It was great to see Shaper rise from all the Criminals, even if I was contributing to the problem .
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Congrats!!!!!!!


Here's a photo I sniped from the FFG video of your Kate deck in action:

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Adam Perry
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me and my friend are discussing your deck....

man criminal decks aint got nothing on this deck. it seems pretty perfect.
 
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This is awesome. Congratulations. When I saw the final four, I really wanted to see the Kate deck win.
 
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If you're feeling up to it later, I'd love to hear what you would change, if anything, based on how these decks performed today.
 
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Ronaldo wrote:
This is awesome. Congratulations. When I saw the final four, I really wanted to see the Kate deck win.


were there any NBN in the top 8?
 
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I love it! Kate and Teki PE!!! Congratulations, Justin!
 
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Alex Rockwell
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Both strong decklists. I feel like that Kate list badly wants one parasite.
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Alexfrog wrote:
Both strong decklists. I feel like that Kate list badly wants one parasite.


I'd say for most people who only have 2 cores you can drop a copy of the console for a Parasite.
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Darder Sergio
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That Jinteki deck is nuts, but must be really hard to play well, has a lot of 1x and different things.... totally based on making runner go blind and make him pay a lot when he runs or ignores any face down card. I specially love having 1x ronin and 1x Scorched earth, if the runner sees 1 of them most of times it would change the way he´ s playing. Hokusai is for taxing runs on main servers mostly, right? Pop-Up Window is my favourite piece of ice.

This deck is a great example on how the Corp can and must use their main advantages on this game, having an insane amount of ways to bluff and turn the runner mad.
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By the way, I love that you have one each of Bastion, Wall of Static, and Ice Wall. That's such a great way to slow down Atman decks.
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congrats! Thanks for posting the decks.
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Tandoori Chicken
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FFG Press Release:

Largest ANR tournament to date won by starter decks from core set.



(obv kidding, these are really good decks... just find it funny that the IDs are the same as the starter decks)
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2097 wrote:
How do you use your SMC? It's not really a toolbox set of programs. To set up Datasucker/Atman quicker?


That would be my guess. I have a deck with a similar program suite, and that's what I use it for. It lets you install Atman in the middle of the run, so you can decide on the strength right when you find out what the ICE is, too.
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Justin
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I don't understand the Scorched Earth in the Jinteki deck. Can someone explain?
 
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Nathaniel Kernes
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They hit a snare! and don't remove the tag from not fearing Jinteki with Tags.
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I don't understand the Scorched Earth in the Jinteki deck. Can someone explain?


It's there to punish tag-me decks.
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John Smith
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willing to post a picture of the prizes you won?
 
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Sly Squid
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Because most agressive players will like the tag from snare stick and its a great way to punish them for it...
 
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The Kate deck just seems so lackluster to me. I just don't see where your economy is coming from. Daily Casts gives you a total of 5 over the course of four turns, and Katie Jones takes forever to get anything from (is only good late game) For me, MO is still a must, but I'm playing some huge rig Kit deck right now so don't listen to me. But you also have no card draw except for the Professional Contacts which costs a million to play, and you still have to spend clicks to do that. I consider myself a pretty medium-skilled player, so there's obviously some huge disconnect for me with the strategy of the game.

I TOLD EVERYONE that Jinteki is good. People in my group all think Jinteki is bad, even the guy that wins with them most of the time. In fact, I had to build my shaper deck to include Implants and Public Sympathy to even have a shot against it.

Anyway, props on the win.
 
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