This is a quick first iteration of "What can GameNET do for you?". When you look at the numbers, it's actually pretty easy to see how good the economy of GameNET can really help you bury the runner in tags.
The first tempting trap of GameNET is to think that while you might HAVE a better econ generally from it that you can run much bigger ice. I have found that this can easily make you feel extraordinarily poor (runners don't like to voluntarily pay you) and therefore it doesn't mean you necessarily need less econ support.
With this, I think it's really easy to import an NBN Tag and Bag shell directly into GameNET. Whereas something like SYNC really wants to stick those tags and makes runners wait to run, GameNET can actually function in a similar fashion by having a cheap but dependable ice suite that provides a much more reliable and stronger credit swing when you decide you want to land some Hard-Hitting News!
Cyberdex Sandbox might not necessarily be needed; I wanted to test out a brand new card and also have a very rampant turtle problem in my meta. Your mileage may vary, and my kneejerk reaction is to replace it with either Net Quarantine or Better Citizen Program for doubling-down on landing those tags.
Economic Warfare feels great whether or not you want to bury the runner in tags. A lot of the ice choice is to drain money and the runner being poor opens up scoring windows.
*If the runner doesn't use breakers to break Endless EULA, you will gain the rez-cost back immediately.
Gold Farmer is ludicrous in this build. Essentially all the fracters cost about the same: Paperclip, Corroder, and Aumakua costs them 4, you gain 2. The new-fangled MacDonald's breaker will net-cost them 3, you still gain 2. It's a rather nice benefit that cannot be Hunting Grounds-ed away!
Afshar was a surprise I was happy to discover. If the first sub fires, you gain a credit (and over HQ, you'll always get that credit).
Slot Machine on a whiff (only the first sub) still gives you a credit!
Tollbooth already hurts, and on encounter you get a credit.
Turnpike feels like the best value of paying for itself after only two encounters!
This is a lot of fun and fairly easy to pilot.
Good luck, and stick those tags!
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