Sunny's Pocket Monsters (3 - 0 at small GNK)

Cpt_nice 812

Yet another variation on my Sunny deck.

Gachapon is a stupidly good card. It functions as a deck thinner, searches your drip econ and Dreamnet, gets your Aumakua out faster and makes your breakers a bit more affordable.

Seriously considering to drop the Career Fairs. Might just add in Xanadu.

17 Feb 2020 Algebraic

Agreed that Gachapon is a great thinning card for Sunny although I've found that surprising often I miss a program or virtual resource even with 19 targets, one more than here. Did you have a similar issue or was I just incredibly unlucky? If only someone would do a statistical analysis of this... I love the No One Home addition and I may switch between this and Caldera in my GNK lists. An extra virtual resource can only help.

I played three Career Fair in my version but I also included three copies of Earthrise Hotel as it doesn't feel there was enough draw for a 50 card deck. Helps get to that magically moment when you can drip for 6 credits even sooner. It's always Sunny.

17 Feb 2020 Pinkwarrior

I see your running Another Day, Another Paycheck now you taken to it now?

18 Feb 2020 Cpt_nice

@Pinkwarrior There are times I still miss Interdiction, often when ADAP fires I am already winning. But just to clear Scarcity and occassionally make me heaps of money, I would say I have definitely grown to like it.

18 Feb 2020 Cpt_nice

@Algebraic If I had to guess, I probably fired Gachapon around 50 times in testing and I had no targets like 3 or 4 times. And twice the only target was Dreamnet, which I would already have installed. Suckish, but that isn't the end of the world tbh. Removing 3 cards isn't terrible.

I am trying out - 2 Career Fair, + 1 Pol Op and Hunting Grounds, to have one more target. HG seems good to deal with annoying Slot Machines and IP Block, which is good Turtle hate.

No One Home has been very versatile and really protects you from HHN, Psychic Field, Snare and Sea Source. I find it way more important than constant net damage protection.

Thanks for your input!