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Who Let The Dogs Out? (my Greyhound Express)

Corporation deck submitted by RevDon

Who Let The Dogs Out...? (Inspired By Neal: my version of The Greyhound Express)

If we're wondering how to make this work (no ICE!), here is the very brief explanation:

1. Install a City Surveillance.
2. Play an Accounts Receivable.
3. We have some options. We can play another Accounts Receivable if we have one. We can also draw another card, or even take a single bit ("working in the mail room"). Installing a second City Surveillance is another great idea. We can even install a Schlaghund in anticipation of the kill, but it might get trashed.

If the Runner makes a run on any fort, we can play Manhunt on the next turn and kill him with a Schlaghund. If the Runner doesn't run, they will almost certainly need to draw cards, and we should rez up the City Surveillance(s) when this happens. Typically, the Runner will run to trash the unprotected City Surveillance after paying a bit for each card drawn.

On our second turn, we should

1. Play a Manhunt with all but two of our bits.
2. Install (if we haven't already) and rez a Schlaghund.
3. Use it.

Is this deck unbeatable? No.
But Most likly the unexpected Runner will often die on the second turn, however, which leaves little time for a solution. The inpsiration was to kill Runners with Meat damage. The unfortunate side-effect was killing nearly everyone, nearly instantly.

Use with Cauation...

  Card Name Cost Points Type
3 × Political Overthrow 9 6 -
6 × Project Consultants 12
8 × Manhunt 4 -
10 × Accounts Receivable 5 -
10 × City Surveillance 1 -
8 × Schlaghund 2 --
45 Cards 18 Agenda Points
Overall Rating: 4 out of 5  (2 Votes) (2 Votes)
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RevDon said:

Neuromancer. The following is a quote from Count Zero (New York 1987: Ace Books; start of the first chapter):

"They set a slamhound on Turner's trail in New Delhi, slotted it to his pheromones and the color of his hair. It caught up with him on a street called Chandni Chauk and came scrambling for his rented BMW through a forest of bare brown legs and pedicab tires. Its core was a kilogram of recrystallized hexogene and flaked TNT.
He didn't see it coming. The last he saw of India was the pink stucco facade of a place called the Khush-Oil Hotel."



Frank said:

Only 6 unique cards in this deck, wow. What's your success rate with this deck? and does the lack of variety make it easier to play out the mechanics or more difficult?



WormholeSurfer said:

and what about ESC installing in turn one ?
same about AOU and Identity donor ...
TAG and bags deck are not as powerful as we can imagine i think ...



photon79 said:

If one uses Project Consultants for PO as a backup plan one needs 2*2*12 = 48 bits for fast advancement, maximally 40 bits of those could be provided by all the Accounts Receivable. Not to mention that PO would need to stay unprotected for one turn, TWICE even and there is nothing to stop a cautious runner from liberating it, not even a decoy.

In Neal's deck the PCs work because one only needs to play two in total and not four and because it is actually possible to score the Tycho Extensions in one turn.

I suggest to leave the PCs out completely or think of another alternative.



Frank said:

Note for casual Players:
ESC = Emergency Self-Construct
AOU = Arasaka Owns You
PO = Political Overthrow



RevDon said:

Yes... Scoring PO is plan "B"...So Far about 99% of time there's no need to go to plan "B".



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