Here's a bit of lore from The Worlds of Netrunner, page 73, "There were two Nisei clones before her, and what became of them is uncertain. As you might already know, Jinteki often names its prototype clones alphabetically, so Caprice must be the third of her line.

Think we've just met the AWOL first...


So, this card has some similarities to Mr. Li, which never saw any play, and this is more expensive. So why do I think The Class Act will be way more popular in criminal decks?

First off, the math is just way more favorable for this new connection. Mr Li has a total cost of 5 (3 credits, click to install and the card itself), while TCA only has a cost of 2 (4 credits + 1 card + 1 click - the 4 cards you draw). This is significantly better, and getting to start your next turn like Andromeda gives you a ton of tempo. Remember, since this triggers at the end of your turn, after hand size is checked, you don't discard the cards.

Furthermore, TCA is way more versatile than Mr Li. The latter only gave you one line of play: spend a click to look at 2 cards, and draw the one you need. The former works with ALL draw engines. Earthrise Hotel, Deuces Wild, Diesel, Build Script, the newly spoiled blue Diesel, all of them will trigger TCA and allow you to draw even more efficiently.

The only disadvantage TCA has is that it only triggers the first time you draw, while Mr Li could be used as often as you'd like. But I consider this a very minor minus.

At 5 influence, this will not see any out-of-faction use, except maybe in Sunny. But expect it out of many criminals!


I disagree with Apex Predator. I think aggressive criminals can easily have more than one successful run per turn. In addition, the ability to this at any time makes it far more powerful than Jackpot!, a card that's only barely playable. I think that Bankroll is very playable in aggressive criminal lists, especially with it's partner-in-crime, Paragon.


Another intriguing card from Downfall. Clearly meant to be a fairer replacement for Maxwell James, though time will tell whether it actually is.

Seems like a good fit for Geist or maybe tag-me Liza.

An obvious combo is with The Turning Wheel in which runners can repeatedly bounce off ETR ice to build up counters on both until they have enough to derez something nasty/expensive then go for a deep dive. Though I reckon this can be countered fairly easily with careful ICE placement.

The annoying tag that comes with it can be handily dealt with by another Downfall card: Flip Switch. Using this out of Geist with a few Tech Traders installed, you can derez an ice while gaining 2 draws and potentially 6 mid run, which isn’t too shabby at all.

I’m sure someone will find a way to abuse this into NPE hell before long, but until then, I think it’s a solid addition to Geist’s arsenal.

Sorry for seeming totally out of the loop, but where exactly are these new cards coming from? I love it that people are designing new ones, but it's nice to know the source for these kinds of things. —
The new cards are being designed and created by NISEI. More details can be found on —
Apologies, didn't realise Enter meant submit! This week is community week so cards are being revealed through content creators. There will be a summary either at the end of this week or the start of next week. —
Null + Scrubbed + Chisel + Baklan (how work with Datasucker too) + ? = Profit ! —
Does Bochkin and Datasucker work together? —
@Late Yes. —

Infinite drip econ has always been rare in Netrunner, and for good reason, as it is a very powerful engine. Data Folding is one of the last of these cards, now that the very popular mr Phones was rotated by Nisei. But soon, we are getting Rezeki, and I am very excited for it.

Unlike the two aforementioned cards, Rezeki has no condition attached to it. You install it, and every turn from now on you will get a credit. However, as this is a program, you have MU to consider. Can you afford to have several of these installed, as well as your ice breakers? In that sense this card has anti-synergy with Data Folding, as the stipulation of having 2 spare MU gets considerably harder with several copies of Rezeki installed.

That being said, there are plenty of ways around this problem. Sunny doesn't care about the MU at all, since her cloud breakers don't use any. Install Security Nexus and you can happily have 3 Data Folding and 3 Rezeki dripping. Adam with Brain Chip can also profit from this set up. Good thing Rezeki is only 1 influence! But shapers themselves also have plenty of answers!. Dump them on a Leprechaun, install a couple of Cyberdelia, a 2-MU console... The credits must flow!

All in all, I think this is an extremely good card that will see a ton of play, both in and out of faction. Also, I must admit I have never been a huge fan of abstract designs. But big shout-out to Jakuza, for this beautiful card art.