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homebrewdm:

This is the deck I have been playing for a while now. It is awful to play against. I siphon them down to nothing and keep them there while constantly drawing cards and then using dataleak reversal as a psuedo multiaccess in order to put tons of agendas in the trash. Protecting DLR with fall guy. This deck was built because so many people play jinteki tax decks or jinteki trap decks in preparation for Honor and Profit. 

this deck trashes most jinteki assets for nothing and snares and fetals do not work from archives.

Whizzard: Master Gamer (What Lies Ahead)

Event (8)

3x Account Siphon (Core Set) ••••• ••••• ••

2x Déjà Vu (Core Set)

3x Sure Gamble (Core Set)

Hardware (6)

3x Cyberfeeder (Core Set)

2x Plascrete Carapace (What Lies Ahead)

1x Spinal Modem (What Lies Ahead)

Resource (17)

3x Armitage Codebusting (Core Set)

3x Data Leak Reversal (Future Proof)

3x Fall Guy (Double Time) •••

3x John Masanori (Opening Moves)

2x Joshua B. (Cyber Exodus)

3x Same Old Thing (Creation and Control)

Icebreaker (8)

2x Corroder (Core Set)

2x Knight (Mala Tempora)

2x Mimic (Core Set)

2x Yog.0 (Core Set)

Program (6)

3x Datasucker (Core Set)

3x Parasite (Core Set)

I don’t know if it was the fact that my home groups average age is about 10 years more than what was at the table or the fact that they were brand new to RPGs but they did something I wasn’t expecting. They were both super excited and just kept coming up with different things they wanted to do. It seemed like at all times at least two people had their hands up wanting to do something. These kids were trying all sorts of things. The cleric didn’t have a ranged weapon so he picked up a bow from a fallen foe and climbed a tree to begin returning fire. The wizard was putting himself in harms way to save the thief who had been shot by arrows. The ranger and druid did this amazing attack that involved a ram and a worg. The energy was amazing.
In First Timers Delos Adamski of The Ramblings of Jacob and Delos shares his experience running a game of Dungeon World for a group of junior high and high school kids who had never played tabletop RPGs before. (via unpossiblelabs)
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