|Legality (show more)|
|Standard Ban List 21.10 (latest)|
|Standard Ban List 21.10 (active)|
|Standard Ban List 21.06|
|Standard Ban List 21.05|
|Standard Ban List 21.04|
|Standard Ban List 20.09|
|Standard Ban List 20.06|
|Standard MWL 3.4b|
|Standard MWL 3.4|
|Standard MWL 3.3|
|Standard MWL 3.2|
|Standard MWL 3.1|
|Standard MWL 3.0|
|NAPD MWL 2.2|
|NAPD MWL 2.1|
|NAPD MWL 2.0|
|NAPD MWL 1.2|
|NAPD MWL 1.1|
|NAPD MWL 1.0|
|What Lies Ahead|
|Up and Over|
|Order and Chaos|
|The Liberated Mind|
|Terminal Directive Cards|
|Revised Core Set|
|Down the White Nile|
|Council of the Crest|
|The Devil and the Dragon|
|Reign and Reverie|
|Card draw simulator|
Odds: 0% – 0% – 0% more
|Repartition by Cost|
|Repartition by Strength|
|None. Self-made deck here.|
|Minnesotan Gulag - Precious Data League||0||0||0|
|The Gulag (24th Belgian Nats)||0||0||1|
|Western Gulag (31st Belgian Nats)||0||0||0|
|Swiss Gulag - 1st GNK DracheNäscht||0||0||0|
|Argus Gulag (4-1 Dutch Nationals)||0||0||0|
|Antwerp Gulag - 7th place Laserrunner||3||1||1|
|Good old Boring Argus - King of Swiss Gent||2||2||0|
|Argus Bel Nats||0||0||0|
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Runners sleep on Argus but Argus Never Sleeps.
Do you like to jam things? Jam all the things!
"I care not for strange references to soviet culture." - Code Marvelous
Here is the inception of gulag, there's some tips on how to play the deck in the comments -> http://www.netrunnerdb.com/en/decklist/51404/liberal-gulag-5-1-1st-place-at-rochester-regional-
The new toy is Armed Intimidation. IAA, next turn if they have 3 or less cards in hand and you have an HPT that's game. Seems wild but it won me a game where I had no other outs.
-Steel City Grid-
10 Sep 2018 icecoldjazz
11 Sep 2018 Radiant
How did you deal with Misdirection - just rush out seven points, or did you just not run into Shapers? Did the Prisec do that much work or would you cut it for a Best Defense?
11 Sep 2018 aunthemod
Misdirection and No One Home don't really do anything if the runner has 0 credits. That's what the reversed accounts are for. Prisec can potentially induce a run and if you prioritize your remote over your centrals 1 run can be more taxing than the amount of money misdirection can save you etc etc. I played several shapers including the later rounds. They seem rich but you'd be surprised how poor they can be if you induce enough runs, you gotta JAM ALL THE TIME- ALL THE JAMMING. Drawing Reversed Accounts helps a lot. ALWAYS go for Atlas token(s). Atlas Tokens are how you simultaneously threaten to kill (econ war/hhn/hpt) while also ending the game sooner (Audacity/Hostile). I won 2 games where the runner installed misdirection and 2 when the runner installed No One Home. If they get rich enough to use those cards effectively you haven't induced enough runs, more jamming! Honestly the most problematic runner card was d4, THAT saves the runner WAY more money. Most games ended with 0-2 ice on centrals. Also Prisec is a great way to add tax to the remote without paying that nasty ice install cost. Best Defense and Preemptive Action are good cards but not compared to a taxing remote with lots of things to jam.
11 Sep 2018 aunthemod
Oh yeah another big thing is that if you've already scored 2 points, look for an opening to go for the 3 turn triple atlas token play (turn 1 install, turn 2 triple advance, turn 3 triple advance), Reversed Accounts and Value Econs Wars can create these windows. if it works you will almost certainly win. Just grab a Hostile, and then next turn an Atlas and Audacity. Also remember that even if your remote is penetrable, it should be taxing enough that after losing an agenda you can still econ warfare hhn without spending much.
11 Sep 2018 aunthemod
The worst thing that can happen to this deck is the runner figuring out you don't have Econ-Warfare->HHN and then getting very aggressive on centrals. So I usually mulligan for those cards. HHN for reckless runners, cuz its all you need, Econ warfare for careful runners, because they'll never allow a successful HHN without an Econ warfare/reversed accounts to support it
12 Sep 2018 swan
Cutting GFI was not the expected path to 9-0. Had I kept on Argus (which i absolutely should have) I would have stayed with low density
13 Sep 2018 aunthemod
Armed Intimidation is pretty good, not only can it win games outright, but scoring it is a pretty large tempo hit to the runner, which is exactly what this deck wants to be doing.
17 Sep 2018 ocelot2_0
This site says that this deck is not tournament legal, can someone explain why?
18 Sep 2018 FreqKing
It's legal, likely some cards are from the original core set rather than core 2.0. Looks that way for Hedge Fund for example
Love this deck! Congrats on your finish!