Charlotte Caçador

♦ Charlotte Caçador 0[credit]

Asset: Clone
Trash: 2
Influence: 2

You can advance this asset.

When your turn begins, you may remove 1 hosted advancement counter to gain 4[credit] and draw 1 card.

[trash], hosted advancement counter: Gain 3[credit].

“They offered me a desk job, but dammit, I just love working in the field.”
Illustrated by Marlon Ruiz
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Rebellion Without Rehearsal (rwr)

#107 • English
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"I love the kind of woman that could kick my ass."

She might seem innocuous but this clone bounty hunter pulls a lot of weight. At first, I dismissed her as merely an in-house alternative to the much-loved NGO Front: a cheap way to drag a runner through a nasty server and make a buck out of it. What makes Charlotte Caçador so much better than NGO Front is that wasting the runner's money and time is the floor for her effectiveness. If left unchecked, she becomes a value engine that just keeps hauling in bounty heads while you wait for something good to put in her server. Put her down behind a cheap gearcheck and tick her once turn 1. The runner has a couple options:

  • Ignore Charlotte and run centrals hunting for a lucky agenda (or faceplanting into an unlucky Snare!)
  • Ignore Charlotte and money and install up
  • Run Charlotte and bounce off your gearcheck
  • Use a trick card to get into Charlotte's server, you pop her and recoup the effort.

In the first three scenarios, Charlotte lives for sure, and you get a Hedge Fund's worth of value. You spend two clicks as you wish, then you click Charlotte again. The runner has the same choices but now they know running her will be a waste of time, but also know you getting extra draws and Hedge Funds is not viable for long term success. She's an NGO Front you can use every turn, allowing you to draw into Agendas or punishing cards while simultaneously netting you the funds you need to play and rez nasty ICE or pay for other cards. Give her all the field work she wants -- you won't regret it.

(Rebellion Without Rehearsal era)