The nightmare corpse-city of R'lyeh

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alt text Ia! Ia! Cthulhu Fthagn! Ph'nglui mglw'nfah Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn!

Watch your BRAIN!!! This is MADNESS!!!

4 Jul 2016 0j3t3c4l0r

Why arent you using Brainstorm or Mushin No Shin to boost the cerebral overwriter?

4 Jul 2016 dante77

@0j3t3c4l0rI think the Edge of World is better then Mushin No Shin and more suprising ;)
Braintrust it's very expensive and no Bioroid Ice.

4 Jul 2016 0j3t3c4l0r

The thing is that you can mushin into an agenda or an overwriter, so you can play with that in some sort of pushing your luck game, i play a deck with Cybernetics Division: Humanity Upgraded oriented in a similar way than yours and it's pretty impressive the amount of time where you can give the runner 3 brain damages on turn 1

4 Jul 2016 RubbishyUsername

Edge of World really is better here. It works out as the same dilemma for the runner - to run or not - but they have to pay for all the ice on your remote. That is yuge. Additionally, Mushin is a two card combo.

Finally, never advance traps are just better than advance traps. They have a lower investment, but the reward here is the same - only vitruvius benefits from having extra advancement tokens. If you up the reward by playing Vanity Project or Mandatory Upgrades, then you rely on finding Mushin No Shin and the risk is much higher if they make the right call. And on top of that, in terms of brain alone, the risk for the runner of an advanced overwriter is not much worse than edge. When including breaking ice, that's even more so.

Have you found that you have enough money?

5 Jul 2016 dante77

@RubbishyUsername You got right. Thanks for understanding.
About money: This is not ideal economy, but I try to have minimum 3 credit, to fire traps. I chose operation cards to gain money to protect against Wizzard, and trashing money asset.

5 Jul 2016 Bousa

How about Marcus Batty? Higher influence though.