Android: Netrunner "best card" tournament -- Round 7 (semifinals)
- Remy GibsonUnited States
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When I first envisioned this tournament, I intended to run it with the regions being factions, rather than card types. I quickly decided that it would be awkward to be frequently comparing different card types and shifted to this other format. I am quite certain that there will be at least one person (and maybe numerous people) who will decry comparing two disparate cards. I will say this now: I know. But, I did call this "best card" tournament, so let's see how it goes, eh? If it doesn't work, then I won't do this part of the tournament next time and the regional finals will be the end of it.
Welcome to the seventh round of the Android: Netrunner "best card" tournament, wherein we run every card currently available (i.e., through A Study in Static) through the gauntlet and see which card ends up on top.
For more details on the composition of this tournament, please visit this thread: "Best card" tournament - Introduction
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Here are the brackets:
Round 6 had the best participation in the tournament, with around 250 votes per match. The competition was very strong in many of the matches; Melange Mining Corp. vs Snare! especially so.
We have now entered the semifinals. What this means is that we have 1 card from each major portion of the bracket (Programs/Hardware/Resources/Events for Runner and Agendas/Assets/Upgrades/Operations/ICE for Corp); Identities are not included here. As noted above, there is no question that these comparisons are a little awkward to make.
Voting will close on this round on Saturday night/Sunday morning (May 4-5) at midnight CDT.
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