This deck is like 90%
@rojazu's, along with the other UK players who've been testing and refining it; I just picked it off the decklist page, did some reading about other breaker options, and started practicing. Unfortunately, I didn't have a lot of practice, and I'm not all that great, so here we are.
I had a lot of games in practice where Medium was in the lower portion of my deck, so I really wanted two. This meant dropping either Paperclip or Gordian, and of the two birbs that could replace it, Saker (with sucker support) is the better birb, so I made these changes:
When I ran into CTM, the deck did exactly what it was supposed to - got money from easy-to-Temujin servers, set up the Citadel/Power Tap combo that made running traces very unwise, and more. I honestly didn't even dig their R&D or install a Medium at all - just camped all the remotes.
Against HB, the deck struggled. I suspect a lot of it is unfamiliarity with the matchup, as well as dumb play mistakes - in fighting remotes, for instance, I often found myself without a click to load Kati. (I also got greedy in one game and mulliganed a hand that was middling only to get one that was practically unusable and set me back 10+ turns. That's the Andromeda temptation at work.)
The deck's actual record on the day was 2-3 counting the top cut, but I really think that is entirely play mistakes on my part and unfamiliarity with the matchups (I played very little HB when practicing, too.) It beat CTM and a homebrew jammy-style ETF, and lost to Spags ETF, Argus (I facechecked a snek :( ), and Spags ETF again. This deck was paired with an NEH Shutdown Boom deck.
9 Jan 2017 rojazu
9 Jan 2017 stoppableforce