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  1. And if a card lets you "add an advancement token to any card that can be advanced" you could put them on the ice, rezzed or unrezzed.
  2. richsabre said: mkultra said: Instead of giving us 3 copies of a card that are 1 per deck, they could use those 2 other slots for putting in reprints. that way though we lose out on getting 3 copies of cards- which is of course important for deckbuilding Rich I'm talking about cards like Path of Need. I dont really need 3 when I can only play with 1. Those other 2 copies are basically coasters and I would rather get a couple reprinted zigis instead.
  3. Instead of giving us 3 copies of a card that are 1 per deck, they could use those 2 other slots for putting in reprints.
  4. The runner could spend an action and pay 2 bits to remove a tag.
  5. It certainly puts pressure on the runner. Once NBN or Wey reach 6 agenda, they are a top-deck away from winning.
  6. AussieKSU said: I'm sure they tested the concept. FFG are not clowns, and they certainly had that in mind when they put a '2' in the corner of an agenda. I just hope they proceed with extra caution. They seem to be trying to balance them. Takeover gives you a BP and B News loses its tag effect if you score it same turn.
  7. The corps deck will be packed with agandas making runs on R&D and HQ more effective. And if you spend your entire turn scoring 1 agenda then you are not installing ice nor gaining bits to rez anything. Scoring out-of-hand makes for a cool finisher but it's too early to tell if this will be a viable strategy yet.
  8. hatori1181 said: Penfold said: 45 cards I believe was the minimum size from the original game (or effectively the minimum size). The 15 could be the out of faction cards or points worth of out of faction cards (based on the pips everyone was talking about). This makes the most sense to me, design wise. Minimum number of cards (consistent with the original game) and maximum number pips from other factions. But that isn't consistent. Only the runner had a deck minimum. The corp actually had a max deck size that was based on the number of agenda points.
  9. I can't believe that they are not holding this event at the time and place of my choosing.
  10. What I was telling him and everyone else who was reading this thread is to check the news page and you will see that it's real. There was no confirmation of this info in this very thread until I posted ( I should have also linked the news site). I'm sorry if I hurt any one's feelings or if I ruined anybody's day, but… [ADMIN: Edited for content. Keep the discourse civil, please.]
  11. Anarchosyn said: mkultra said: Well, if you check the news page, you will see that it's not a hoax. You speak as if I hadn't posted that before it FFG made its announcement. Check dates before posting snarky comments. Snarky? Really? You're the one who implied that a poster was trying to bull us, he even had to defend himself . And now it appears that he was right.
  12. Now all 32 of you better get your Core Sets Thursday morning before they sell out in like 15 minutes.
  13. Well, if you check the news page, you will see that it's not a hoax.
  14. I agree with you that it would behoove them to release at GC. I also know that FFG makes announcements and then goes silent for months (ie Star Wars). When we see card spotlights, intro videos, and a rulebook…that's when I'll start getting excited.
  15. I think Gencon is just wishful thinking. The only official info posted is Q3 2012.
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