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Hard Stealth Kit

Description by the author: BTrain 393

Move fast enough and they'll never see you coming.

This is a hardware-centric Kit build that can get set up scary fast with Replicator and Inside Man. Drawing into your Magnum Opus is perfection, but tutoring for it with an early SMC/Test Run is hardly ever a bad move (you can always clone that SMC back later). In fact I usually dedicate my first SMC to making sure Mopus hits the table; not only does it set up a devastating economic potential, but it's your Scorch/Midseasons protection in a deck that just doesn't have time for Plascrete. That makes it all the more important to realize the healthy mix of blazing speed you can achieve needs to be tempered with economic patience. The more money you have, the less the corp can do to you. There are usually one or two money-making turns you should be able to identify in most games, wherein you should feel comfortable letting off server pressure and clicking Mopus for 8 credits; in much the same way corps identify scoring windows, your win rate with this deck will skyrocket when you can start to identify economy windows.

You can look at dropping the second copy of Magnum Opus if you're dead set on making the 45 card limit, but an early Replicator will easily thin anywhere between 6 and 8 cards from your deck, so this build plays much tighter than you'd think. I'll be adding 2 Astrolabes once Up & Over drops, and I doubt I'll cut anything to do so. This deck can also run a one-off Deus X or Sharpshooter if you want it to, but I personally favor patient play over the silver bullets. Give it a try and let me know how it works for you!

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