I haven't gotten the chance to play this in a store champ yet, but I have been having a lot of fun with it. I was going to wait to post this until after I gave it a spin in an official event, but since
@saetzero beat me to it, I figured I would share my slightly different take on the same core concept.
If you haven't seen it yet, check out his deck here and congratulate him on his awesome performance with it.
Unfortunately, any crim who has tried to use the bird breakers knows that they are ridiculously expensive to install (especially more than once) and not very efficient either. That is where the Falcon Nest and training bells come in. Who knew our favorite cyborg was good with animals?
Since your falcon returns to its nest after derezing the first ice, it is important to have a static breaker suite you can use to continue the run or make additional runs. In many games you will not need them all, but there are definitely times that you will be very happy you have them.
I heard this was good in stealth decks. Seriously though, with this and Kit's ability, you can get away without even running cloaks. Also early game using it to draw dramatically helps your setup time.
Used for clot lock and recovering from program trashing. Sometimes those mean Jinteki will come and rip your precious falcon out of your arms.
Meta Calls / Flex Spots
If you don't see much fast advance, absolutely make this into the 3rd Temüjin Contract.
Helpful in those long drawn out matchups, or on those turns in between R&D Interface runs when you are clot locking and don't need to run. Could be anything really.
Yellow is everywhere and your resources are valuable. FC also helps in other matchups. If you play in a more pleasant meta feel free to swap.
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