This is still a work in progress but so far, it's shaping up fairly well and seems to have pretty good matchups across the board (what I was attempting to achieve), though as with all glaciers, Noise still causes problems (unless you see Cerebral Static in your opening hand).
The basic premise for the idea was taken from the 'No Siphons, please' deck found here (http://netrunnerdb.com/en/decklist/16578/no-siphons-please-card-kingdom-store-championship-1st-plac), but with a vastly different approach on ICE and operations. Essentially, the core strategy remains intact, this deck doesn't need 3x TOL and 2x Archive Memories or Retrieval Order because it's playing in a style more commonly seen out of RP. Setting up a scoring remote and grinding out the scoring windows. The reason why we're in Tennin over RP is because of the great option to lock out the centrals and then score a Nisei with no counters via Tennin's ability and because I don't like leaving open remotes for security testings.
The agenda mix up is something I'm still working on, I'm still not 100% sure on the inclusion of the Braintrust and Philotic and I'm tempted to switch out to something else (maybe NAPD but this deck does play with BP). For the time being though, it seems to be efficient enough. You want to score the Nisei as soon as is safe and then rush out the Future Perfect to take you to match point. You can also potentially score 2 FP and then 1 Clone Retirement or 3x 2pters and 1 CR (I think it evens out the agenda pool nicely and has the added bonus of maybe getting lucky against Valencia or removing a Grim BP).
Jackson, Caprice and Crisium need no introduction and all three are hugely important (and I think 2x Crisium is probably the right amount).
Operation wise, we see a full blooded economy engine, running lots of cash and means to get upto the magical 10c for Restructure (Celebrity and Fundraiser love Restructure). I've also included 2x Cerebral Static as I'm getting a lot of mileage out of it in the current meta. As already mentioned, Noise is the death of glacier, if you're lucky enough to see this early, you can bring him to his knees so long as you keep R&D locked up tight. Cerebral also wrecks MaxX and can be useful against Leela once you're ready to score (I even used it against Stirling over the weekend, he was not impressed :P). Sure, it doesn't hurt Kate or Andy, but I think they're probably worth the include just for the Noise matchup alone. If Andy and Kate are still the runners of choice in your meta, maybe replace 1 with another TOL or Fundraiser. The deck does still have the 1 TOL to potentially close a game out if required but make no mistake, you need to get a scoring remote setup and get some glacier (TOL can always be used on a Nisei if the runner may have made a successful run you weren't expecting as well).
The ICE mixup is something that has been changing constantly, and I think it's finally in a place which works as intended. First off, an honourable mention to Changeling - my new favourite ice. It. Is. Incredible. Datasuckers have dropped off the radar and D4v1d is becoming more and more prevalent. A 4str sentry is a pain in the backside to break, especially for Shaper who are typically reliant on Mimic. Atman at 4 is the only real answer (and a potential weakness here due to Lotus Field), or Stealth breakers. Stealth Andy is definitely a bad a matchup against this deck and I'm still not wholly sure if it can fend off the onslaught of a fully setup Switchblade. It does have a lot of sentries (esp if you include Changeling) to hopefully soak up the Faeries and Silencer credits, but bottom line is that they can pick off remotes pretty comfortably unless you win psi games. Wormhole offers great flexibility against Criminals though, making itself a trash program via Grim or a can't run again via Excalibur. Don't expect to pay any less than 6 to rez it though, a good runner will deny advancements as much as they possibly can.
Overall though, I'm pretty happy with how it has performed so far. It definitely needs a little work but I think that it has potential in the post-Clot world we're about to find ourselves in.
Let me know what you think folks!
2 Apr 2015 Shielsy
3 Apr 2015 Chimpster