Too tired to think - 2-1 @Singapore National 2023-11-18

Diogene 4029

Tournament at midnight (my local time). I decided to go for the simplest deck I got, which I had played at my local GNK recently. I to 22th place, out of 30 participants.

Results :

Thanks to all the participants, to Aksu for streaming and a special thanks to the judges and organizers. It was well organized and a lot of fun. Cheers.

Original deck notes:

Simple deck where you draw cards and play them. Very few triggers to manage. This deck did not drop any game and won against Ob, PE, Pravdivost. This allowed me to place 2nd in the 11 persons GNK.

Game plan : Draw cards, then play them. Sabotage for fun and profit.

Mulligan plan : either Marrow or Ghosttongue in hand, everything else is not important.

Here is the list of trigger for this deck :

  • Your ID (of course).
  • Botulus getting their start of turn virus.
  • Choosing where to use Tsakhia "Bankhar" Gantulga.
  • The sabotage done by Marrow when an agenda is scored.
  • Every event cost one credit less.

So, nothing complicated. With Tsakhia "Bankhar" Gantulga, Botulus and Boomerang to pass ices, there are no complicated maths.

On average, this deck will be able to sabotage 18 to 22 cards each game. This creates lots of complications for the corp.

Begemot is there for one purpose : making sure the corp will NOT rez any barriers. This breaker is very efficient and it is kind of useless to put something taxing for it. So, once it is on the board, barriers cease to be rezzed it seems.

The deck is rather poor, so tags will usually not be cleared.

Pinhole Threading and Miss Bones gives the deck some wings against things that makes us lose

There is a load of draw power in this deck. Don't be afraid to overdraw and run with Bankhar.

Wildcat Strike is so much better than Sure Gamble. Either you get athe value of Sure Gamble, or the value of a VRcation!