Raindrops Cut Stone

Raindrops Cut Stone 1[credit]

Event: Run
Influence: ●●●○○

Run any server. Whenever a subroutine resolves during that run (including a subroutine that ends the run), place 1 power counter on this event.

When that run ends, draw 1 card for each hosted power counter and gain 3credit.

With every step closer to their prize, Bankhar felt the ice slicing white-hot through their synapses. It was worth it.
Illustrated by Scott Uminga
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Parhelion (ph)

#68 • English
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So finally the era of Endless EULA ends with this card?

Maybe?? 6 draws are huge anyway.

Anyway a good card for itself. It's like a red version of Bravado... or another version of Tread Lightly. Use it on unrezzed pice of ice to get a tempo swing, or get a Blackmail run.

(Parhelion era)

This is a orange Bravado. Instead of getting more creds, you get to draw AND gain a net 2 . It fit really well with the anarch meme of facecheking ices. Like its blue counterpart, it should probably be slotted in nearly every anarch deck. There is no draw back to use this card, you will always minimally replace the card (and maybe get more) and gain credits, no matter what happen.

This is even better if you plan to use Tsakhia "Bankhar" Gantulga, since it would let you replace anything lost from your hand while still getting through for that essential run. It even mention the name in the quote!

Like Bravado, it is difficult to splash out of faction, because 3 influences is a tough sell, and the criminals are probably the only other faction that would be interested, and they have Bravado.

The art is strange and scary looking. I have a hard time understanding the black thing (centipedes?) in front of the humanoid (Bankhar?). The red sharp shapes seemingly falling seems to be the element that link the art with the name. The quote is much better, telling a story that fit the effect and the name of the card. A good card, with a good quote.

(Parhelion era)