Comparing Demolisher to the gold standard of trashing assets - Scrubber - it doesn't look all that appealing. On a single access, they both give you two extra credits with which to trash an asset, but Scrubber is half the cost to install! Is it worth paying 2 more for +1 memory? Furthermore, Demolisher competes with Turntable and Patchwork for the Anarch console slot, meaning you give up on messing up corp agenda shenanigans and converting cards into economy, respectively.

There are upsides to Demolisher, however. Unlike Scrubber, Demolisher will actually grant you a real credit the first time you trash Rashida Jaheem or NGO Front, whereas Scrubber just wastes one of its recurring credits. Also, if you access multiple trashable cards in a turn, Demolisher will reduce all of their trash costs by 1, which means you can save credits on trashing faster than with Scrubber. Finally, Demolisher will also pay you back when you trash corp cards in unconventional means - such as with Hippo, the Anarch cutlery suite, Freedom Khumalo: Crypto-Anarchist's ability, and the new Chisel.

So, does Demolisher pull ahead of Scrubber? Seems doubtful. That increased install cost is a big turn-off. Maybe if you're absolutely mad about asset trashing you'll play both, as they do compliment each other nicely. It's potentially also the console of choice for Whizzard: Master Gamer if you're playing casually and allowing rotated IDs.

I think you're right about Demolisher's playability. It's just not its time...yet. —
As a runner I have never managed to trash an NGO Front; they always get trashed by the corp, for the sweet sweet credits, at the last moment :) —
So far this has felt ike Khumalo's Paragon. —

All through the life of netrunner people asked the question - should Astroscriot Pilot Program have been a 4/2?

Well with their first set NISEI makes that though experiment a reality.

While it can't do a fast advance train without help (such as calibration testing - the fixed sansan) but it can create a never advance train always threatening that card in the remote as another remastered or just rashida?

Great synergy with Arella Salvatore and to clean up missed Focus Groups. —

(System core 2019 perspective)

When I first looked at this card, I thought to myself "wow, this looks like a worse version of Inside Job or Spear Phishing". But then I thought about it a bit harder and realized that this card actually takes care of the one annoying case spear phishing and inside job fail at: what if the big ice is in the middle of the server?

Quite often, when playing against criminal, the Corp will sandwich their big ice between two lower cost ice to ensure the big ice is not bypassed by the spear phishing/inside job suite. But that's where this card comes in. You can pay through the first ice, hit an "end the run" subroutine of that middle ice, and use the second run from this card to bypass that big annoying ice and move on to the tiny innermost ice.

Since jacking out is considered an unsuccessful run, this card has great synergy with Flip Switch. If you see a scary sentry or any other big ice whose "end the run" subroutine is non-existent or after scary subroutines, you can use flip switch to jack out while encountering the scary ice (assuming the ice does not have a scary "when encountered" effect) and then bypass that ice during the second run part of this card

A bit of a jank but interesting effect: if there is a semi annoying 2+ strength ice in the outer side of the server which you can go through without the aid of this card, you can use this card in conjunction with Chisel to lower the strength of that ice by two within a single click, making it much softer and easier to destroy. Similarly, this card can create a lot of problems for Sandstone due to this exact reasoning

This is my first ever card review. Please let me know if there is a way I can improve myself. I would like to write reviews for more downfall cards from a system core perspective, but would like people's go ahead before I continue to do so.

It also saves clicks when faced with "End the run" effects like Border Control and combos with The Turning Wheel for extra tokens. —
You have my go ahead! —
Thanks Whitemage7, I will make you proud :p —
@NOR5E thanks for the input. You got my jank engines all fired up —

This card appears to be overpowered.

Turning off the runner ability is not going to bother most runners.

Turning off the corp ability will enable safer accesses and agenda steals.

This is another 3+ copies of Employee Strike without being on the MWL.

Maybe this is a knee jerk reaction, but I think this card should not exist.

This hammers a few Corps very hard: Mti, AgInfusion, maybe even Argus. But to others, this is waaaaay different than EStrike. —
"2019 MWL: Announced 22 April 2019, Effective 3 May 2019" it's hurts mostly op corps, and it's perhaps with ES and Film Critic removal on next MWL in mind. —
FC for Whistleblower —
Not really. NO, absolutely not. If you are running Mti or AgInfusion, just use their ability after Direct Access run. Just block them with border, batty, nisei, etc. than use your ability as nothing happened. —
This card gives you E Strike for 1 run in exchange for: —
>_< Anyway, this card blanks the Corp's ID for one run and cannot be combined with other events (such as Stimhack, Maker's Eye, Diversion, etc). It's a very tame implementation of E Strike, and I think it'll be hard to slot them. —
Good to see this sparked a little conversation. I'm still not convinced. I shall see once I start playing with it. —
Does this event remove the Runner's link? It's very odd that it uses the strange wording 'loses all abilities'; how does that differ from the standard 'identity text box is blank'? —
We'll have to wait until the update to the NISEI Rules Document is released to find out. That should be next week. —
This hurts Haarpischord Studios a lot. :( —

Many cards get touted as Hedge Funds #4 – 6 and this card just gets added to that list. At 1 influence, it will see play anywhere, including the mini-factions, and is a great way to turn off a pesky resource that has overstayed its welcome such as Drug Dealer, Stim Dealer, Lewi Guilherme, or even Always Be Running. This card can also work on any normal self-trashable resource such as Crowdfunding, Armitage Codebusting, or Daily Casts. For that reason, Isolation won’t see much play in decks that already run Aesop's.

For the most part, Isolation is definitely a vanilla economy card – and that’s OK. Remember to factor in the install cost of the resource trashed. You wouldn't want to find yourself having played a crappy Lucky Find.

Most importantly though, can we take a moment to appreciate the flavour of this card? What happened to Hoshiko? Have they always been alone? Did they murder someone close to them to get these hard-earned credits? Are they now suffering from the guilt and burden of – no? Oh, okay.

Crowdfunding costs 0 and is a clickless install most of the time —
Thank you, I have it included. —