Meeting of Minds

Meeting of Minds 4[credit]

Influence: 3

Choose connection or virtual. You may search your stack for 1 resource with the chosen subtype and reveal it. Add that card to your grip.

Reveal any number of cards with the chosen subtype in your grip. Gain 1[credit] for each card revealed this way.

“You'll find a way, little sibling.”
Illustrated by Benjamin Giletti
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Rebellion Without Rehearsal (rwr)

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  • Updated 2024-05-26

    Can the Runner reveal the same card they found with the search in Meeting of Minds’s first ability as part of the credit gain effect in its second ability?



Compare: Hostage × Calling in Favors


Criminal can (in the “blue slice of color pie”) tutor for different, specific subtypes of some cardtype; like how Special Order (Mutual Favor) got icebreaker programs, or Planned Assault got run events, and Hostage got connection resources.

Interestingly, in the limit:

  • If your deck has just one, overpowered virtual that this can tutor for (as “copies four to six”), MoM will be overpriced at -$3 (=-$4, +$1).
  • If your deck is built around twenty, different connections that this can tutor for, even if none of them are super powerful, MoM can be efficient (-$0, given three other connections already in grip).

Note that MOST resources are either a connection or a virtual. For example, The Twinning (one of the most powerful resources in standard) is a virtual, as are Crowdfunding and DreamNet (two cards banned from standard).

Also note that the companions (which are like “non-human connections”) are all virtuals (see below for some examples of MoM-tutorables). Also note that if you already have two (or three) other “on-type” resources in hand, its credit cost is mostly (or fully) reimbursed.


  • Gachapon: another virtual-resource “(semi)tutor”.
  • Mutual Favor: another criminal “subtype-tutor”.



  • Connection/Virtual Resources (duh): Especially “one-of's” like hate-cards (e.g. Miss Bones, against asset-spam) or restricted-cards (e.g. DJ Fenris, which reads Limit 1 per deck.).

  • Card-Draw/Extra-Max-Hand-Size/Discard-Step-Skips/etc: the more cards you have—and can hold—in hand, the more cash you will get back. e.g. The Class Act.

some in-faction connections:

some in-faction virtuals:

some out-of-faction:



Adam (always be runnin') 🤝 Merc (always be killin')

(I really love that Adam is their supportive big brother, and Merc is his self-actualizing little sibling.)

(Rebellion Without Rehearsal era)