The House of Asa has many doors. Many ways in.
Few have ever found the exit.
Ultimately a standard glacier setup, taking advantage of Asa's ID ability to set up quickly. Turning on all that ice gets Expensive, of course, which is why it's especially hilarious that the ID allows you to set up a fully protected Reversed Accounts server to guarantee Bryan Stinson activations.
With Rumor Mill back in play, this deck is theoretically worse on MWL 2.1 than on 2.0. Yet with the scoring server so inherently expensive to get into, it's entirely possible to just play straight-up ordinary Netrunner and get past the lock.