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Just one from me: You can run any ICE, even without a breaker and just suffer the sub routines. You do NOT have to match it's strength or even have the correct breaker. If it ends the run, then you get booted out. But if it doesn't end the run, suffer the subroutines and keep on going That was my noob mistake.
Since this is still a new game, is there any holy grail of noob mistakes? I just have bought the base game and I am trying to get my local gaming crew in on it. Luckily for me, there is a meetup in my home city. I live in a city in Canada that has only 220,000 people and is hours from another major center. I searched board game geeks and found this article http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/894585/practices-to-help-beginner-corporationsIs that the relevant and true? Any other good tips and pointers?
How are tournaments? I have never been and I probably will never go to one except the one at the local flgs. Swiss is alright, does the prestige format favour some kind of decks?
I managed to play one game with a friend of mine but neither of us knew what we were doing. I plan to watch some of the tournament at ConnectiCon and maybe learn from it. I would go to the panel but it's scheduled against my own.
Are Weyland and Hb leagues above Jintekie or NBN? Or is it a small level of power that only matters at the 99th percentile.
If you get crazy/plan way far ahead of time with the right HB deck, you can pull some crazy shit. By a combination of Trick of Light, Ice Wall, Project Vitruvius, and Biotic Labor, I was able to install and fully advance a Mandatory Upgrades (requires 6) in one turn. That was a fun game.