Do you like to rush? Do you like control? Did you like the card Targeted Marketing, but instead wanted it in ID form, and arguably just as strong? Have we got an ID for you!
Enter the newest NBN ID, Azmari Edtech. It's great. I love it. I think you will too. Check it out:
-40 card minimum which means this thing is meant to go fast, and it definitely can.
-15 inf despite what I think is a pretty bonkers ability, so can we get a heck yeah.
-Sure, it may not get you 10 credits all at once like TarMar, but how often did you get that anyway? With all the good runner currents and recursion, probably not often. But even with limited testing, I can attest that this thing fires a lot, and still manages to make the runner install cards before they'd like to, or hesitate to install cards they should. So you get money and control, rather than just the momentary control and zero credits that TarMar often gave you.
-Synergizes with Scarcity of Resources in an incredibly nasty way. Pretty much every runner deck in the game tends to use at least a couple of resources (and some people use a ton), and by attaching a four credit swing to the first one each turn, you turn it into the most unattractive option imaginable. Or just slap down a Scarcity and name event--Or program if they're running Mopus--and make every single source of liquid credits demonstrably worse.
-Also synergizes with Death and Taxes, for very similar reasons to the above. Cover all your bases, while making certain actions horrific!
-The effect is around the entire game (barring an Employee Strike), and can fire on both their turn and yours. This is nuts. Sure, you get to make that Hayley's remote run more painful because installing her Cyber-Cypher got you two creds, but you get another two when she installs Clot on your next turn too. Eat it Artist Colony!
If you're like me, the side of NBN you've always loved was its ability to use painful methods of resource control to make the runner's life an absolute nightmare. And, well, this is what we've been waiting for. Sleeve up, and teach them a painful lesson in challenging yellow.