The true thing about this deck is that it needs a way to set up faster in the early game. That may mean finding room for hyperdriver or something else, the deck is still a work in progress.
Like my previous exile deck, this is designed to abuse the dumpster breakers & brahman. This one has a tad bit less draw since the ID ability isn't inherent, but what it lacks there it makes up for by using powerful programs that synergize a bit better with Brahman. The dogs & d4 are your primary Brahman targets, and for the most part you'll be breaking with the dogs (which are all good).
But, this deck introduces a bit more dumpster breaker synergy. Yes, you still have 4 creds a turn from the pawnshop. That's a most crucial piece of this deck. But, also, endless hunger serves as a way to cash those breakers out for a break that would be more expensive than the cash return of just gambling again.
The toolbox I'm really iffy on. The link is super helpful in the meta. The recurring credits grease the wheels just a bit. But the 9 install cost is a lot to swallow, even if you mod it for 6. Leprechaun is the only way to stomach both Endless Hunger & Brahman; but, you need 5 memory beyond that just to handle the combo of reinstalling for nearly free each turn. Leprechaun also gives you the opportunity to trade out hunger (or before hunger) dropping a sneakdoor (with sahasrara of course) getting a quick tempo boost and cashing out when archives gets iced up.
The turning wheel could be traded for a rebirth, and then you'd want to find room for nerve agent. The wheel has synergy with just bouncing off of ice on R&D or HQ for your clip or orchestre, so it's not a clear upgrade, but the idea of morphing into exile is actually kind of cool.
Since we're the professor, we get to run the full suite of clone chips. They seem best at recurring self modifying code from my games, though they may allow a sneak attack or an extra use of endless hunger or even aesops under the right conditions.
I tried to narrow this one down to just the essentials. It's still clunky, but it's a good fly by the seat of your pants professor deck. It's also a dog deck. So... DOG DECK.
20 Oct 2016 HopelessHeretic
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