Brendan does a brief episode alerting listeners to the news that Michael Boggs is the new Netrunner lead designer, and exploring the flavor of Day Job, since his own day job has gotten in the way of producing this podcast. ME
What to do when your favorite game releases a card inspired by one of your favorite shows? You build a theme deck, or at least Brendan does. This episode is going to be LEGEN … wait for it…
Brendan discusses his 184.108.40.206 deck, “The One and Only Edward” and his decision to use “Showing Off”, considers the difference between casual and competitive play, and examines the theme behind the runner Edward Kim, Humanity’s hammer.
Brendan and special co-host Avery discuss what they like about playing Netrunner, the benefits and drawbacks of mini-faction runner Adam, and the different places they play. Join us!
Introduction – Pets and Netrunner
Flashpoint’s Criminal Runner: Khan, and her breaker suite
Executive Boot Camp: Predictive Algorithm
How do you do your research?
Flavor of the Week – Khan, Saker, Peregrine, Golden, and The Gauntlet
Gifts Under the Tree
Box of Puppies
DDoS the Halls
A Weyland Christmas Carol
It’s a Weylandful Life
Executive Boot Camp: Talking about mistakes with your opponent
OR: losing gracefully
Flavor of the Week: Zealous Judge
Brendan discusses his latest attempt to make a Weyland deck using the new ID, Builder of Nations. In Executive Bootcamp, he discusses how to make the most of your ID, and the flavor of the week is The Cleaners.
Brendan discusses his Sunny LeBeau deck, and explains why he likes it better than Nexus Kate. Then he ponders the strategy of building to the minimum deck limit. Flavor of the week: Power Tap.
Brendan discusses the recent news of the new Campaign expansion for Netrunner, Terminal Directive.
Episode 1 of our new Netrunner podcast, Install from Heap, is live.