NOTE: Access to Globalsec is really Paparazzi, but that card appears to be broken on the site.
Okay, bear with me here. This is a breakerless, mostly solitaire mill deck with a twist: instead of having exactly one extremely fragile win condition, we have two extremely fragile win conditions!
The ideal way to win is this:
Of course, if you ever reach a point where you can no longer complete your Keyhole strategy (Nisei tokens, corp is about to fast advance their way to victory), you can always fall back on the tried-and-true "get tagged, Data Leak Reversal" strategy like your fathers did before you. Paparazzi is great for that.
I'm not ashamed to admit that this is 100% jank. This isn't going to win you games against certain corps, and I am told that icebreakers are usually really important. However, if your meta isn't prepared for it, it's surprisingly effective!
Magnum Opus is mainly there to help you with any economy issues while you build your board. You can keep it on a Leprechaun until the Keyhole is needed (if ever). I tried Professional Contacts at one point, but it's heartbreaking to get that without Sure Gambles on your opening hand.
The 1-of Clone Chip is partially for Qianju PT synergy and partially for False Echo recursion w/four-deep R&DS. I guess you can use it to recur a Self-Modifying Code as well.
If you use a Self-Modifying Code, try and pop it on the Corp's turn! Lets you install from hand!
Don't forget to save clicks for Film Critic if needed. Skip milling those 4 cards if you think you might get any Future Perfects or Fetal AIs.
You can use the Keyhole early I guess, but be careful, man. If the ice gets too deep, you're going to have to fall back on Data Leak Reversal.
Levy wasn't used, but it's kind of useful against certain matchups. It's your literal last chance to recover if you get a vital card trashed. Plus, you'll recur all your card draw/economy, and who doesn't like that?
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