"Welcome back, students. Your initial projects showed great potential, and so I took the liberty of asking a friend with help grading your papers. She is harsh, but never unfair. You can download your assessments as of today. Now, let's proceed with today's lecture..."
I noticed a terrible tragedy on NRDB the other day: since rotation 2, not a single Professor deck has been published here on NRDB. Not one, not even for fun. This is a travesty that must at once be corrected. It's time to get back to school!
Economy hasn't been too much of an issue, as long as I remember to properly abuse Multithreader and Sahasrara, as well as sit on Technical Writer longer than is perhaps comfortable. They really do build up quite fast...
Changes from 101 deck:
We dropped ReaverShop in order to be able to run Film Critic, and so far I've been happy with the switch. Spec Work does a reasonable Aesop impression when you need it, and an empty Cache still serves as Scavenge fodder.
I cut Takobi, as I rarely had the MU to support it, and it unfortunately didn't do enough for me. This sadly descibes 99% of support programs, so only the best of the best can cut it.
Cards I haven't gotten my thumb out and tested yet:
Paricia: Good specwork fodder, and a lifesaver against Assets.
Consume: Good with Stargate, and is a decent econ card that at worst can be Spec Worked away. If Paricia is in, this thing for sure will be as well. 0MU is nice too ^^
The Artist: Econ hasn't been a big issue, so Artist is really only if I find the slots for it. Maybe swap out a casts...
"Professor! It says here my ICE would be as broken as a racehorse faster than a BMI can type 'retirements and pensions'. I worked for weeks on that construct..."
"There are no half measures in cybersecurity: you either keep them out, or you don't. If your constructs can't keep up, kill your darlings and start over. New technology destroys the old."
3 Oct 2019 Wern212
3 Oct 2019 pang4
3 Oct 2019 Möbius Striptease