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Professor: Keeper of Knowledge (Creation and Control)

Event (19)
1x Easy Mark (Core Set) •
3x Diesel (Core Set)
3x The Maker's Eye (Core Set)
3x Sure Gamble (Core Set)
3x Test Run (Cyber Exodus)
3x Quality Time (Humanity's Shadow)
2x Indexing (Future Proof)
1x Levy AR Lab Access (Creation and Control)

Hardware (9)
3x Akamatsu Mem Chip (Core Set)
1x Plascrete Carapace (What Lies Ahead)
2x R&D Interface (Future Proof)
3x Clone Chip (Creation and Control)

Resource (10)
3x Personal Workshop (Cyber Exodus)
2x Kati Jones (Humanity's Shadow)
3x Professional Contacts (Creation and Control)
2x Woman in the Red Dress (Mala Tempora)

Icebreaker (8)
1x Corroder (Core Set)
1x Mimic (Core Set)
1x Gordian Blade (Core Set)
2x Deus X (A Study in Static)
1x Faerie (Future Proof)
1x Knight (Mala Tempora)
1x Garrote (True Colors)

Program (8)
1x Djinn (Core Set)
1x Magnum Opus (Core Set)
1x Nerve Agent (Cyber Exodus)
1x Pheromones (Humanity's Shadow)
2x Self-modifying Code (Creation and Control)
1x Keyhole (True Colors)
1x Hemorrhage (Fear and Loathing)

1 influence spent (maximum 1)
54 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Fear and Loathing



 
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I've been working on and playing this deck for a while and it's finally gotten to the point where it's winning more than losing. So, I figured it'd be a good time to pu lish and see what others think and if any ideas couod be shared.the idea is for you to be able to have a number of distinct strategies.
1. r&d dig
2. keyhole mil
3. hq pressure (nerve agent, pheromones, hemorrhage)
4. big money
5. etc....

In most cases you want to get either personal workshop or professional contacts in you opening hand. From there follow the strategy the draws give you. Once I have a strategy out like Keyhole, I will usually stay there for as long as possible maybe swithing one time if I feel the corp is finding an answer. One of the really great things about this deck has been playing the same person again. They play off how the last game went, but you play completely different...effectively crippling the corp for a bit.

Believe it or not this deck has been pretty consistant. Only uad one game where it really felt stuck in the mud. It also seems to really shine against Jinteki. Ive only l8st one time against a Jinteki deck and that was from taking too much net damagem then realizing as im gathering my cards I had a Deus x on the table....idk I was tired or something lol.

My most recent edit was atman and data suckers. it was the hardest edit because it gives me a whole new play style but does put me at 56 or 57 cards. I have also a number 8f other programs but these seemed to flow together the most seamlessly.

Comments and questions much appreciated!
 
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With SMC and Personal Worksop, I'd spend the one influence on Stimhack rather than Easy Mark
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What made it perform so well against Jinteki? Was it just Deus X recursion?
 
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cynchwyrm wrote:
What made it perform so well against Jinteki? Was it just Deus X recursion?


Deus X is part for sure. Also, a few other things help. Mimic hnadles a large chunk of recent Jinteki ice. Since there are the 54 cards I usually found myself having cards I didnt need so I could just eat some net damage and make cheap runs. Most Jinteki decks do not play fast so as long as I was patient they could not build anything that couod stop or hurt me.

 
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