11 Agenda7 Netrunner Podcast – Regionals and Future Proof

Episode 11 of Agenda7 is now online.

First off – discussing our truly crappy results at the best Netrunner Regional we’d been to so far – Cambridge, Ontario. Then we talk to the winner and first runner up – James Wong and Chase Farewell – about their decks, and the strategies behind them. The majority of this ‘cast is our review of cards from Future Proof (best DP yet!).

ddhdhcbcPodcast 11 includes:
1 – Cambridge, ON, ANR Regional
2 – Interview with winner James Wong
3 – Interview with runner-up Chase Farewll
4 – Future Proof corporate cards
5 – Future Proof runner cards
6 – Acknowledgements & contact

Episode 11 was recorded on May 26th, 2013 and is now mirrored on CARDGAMEDB.COM 

Agenda7’s Netrunner Podcast is available on iTunes – if you have the time, please leave an iTunes review if that’s how you subscribe. You can leave a comment here, or on our facebook page. Many thanks to Matt Nott for reviewing the show. We hope you get one or two things useful out of it.

Direct download link: 11 Agenda7 Netrunner Podcast

Edit: Episode 11 has been moved to SoundCloud – June 11-2013.

16 thoughts on “11 Agenda7 Netrunner Podcast – Regionals and Future Proof

  1. For the love of the almighty AI, stop pronouncing ‘sysop’ so weirdly. It’s short for system operator, not seismological operator.

    • THANK YOU! I was just about to comment on this!

      Anyway, sorry I haven’t been posting much, guys, real life issues. But I’ve been catching up on episodes and you guys are still the best podcast out there. My wife and I are still playing on a regular basis, and we’re looking into jumping into the competitive scene. We’ll have to see what that looks like out here in Western MA.

      • Kind words Greg – thank-you. I have to admit that playing tourneys makes the games count. There is more pressure to win, and a little bit of nervousness, but if you can get over that – more fun too.

  2. Nice episode. Don’t really have anything to critizise to be honest.
    Okay, one thing – don’t get destroyed in your next tournament Dave 😉

  3. card evaluation has its place. but you know. we can all read …. We can all evaluate our own cards. A PoDcast needs to be more than just card eval. Do some show sub sections… deck building, deck of the week, Single card highlights and the combos and how to play it… stuff like that. The show is good.. but gets bogegd down each ep in basically just listing the card text… we all have the cards.. we all play teh game… lets see some personality and some of your experiences.. not just a spoiler…

    • You are exactly right, and in other shows Glen & I shied away from this. It’s kind of boring. We got carried away with this data pack however, and couldn’t stop yackin’ about it.

      Never again Mr. Sugestion – I like your ideas.

    • I’m not generally one to be “that guy”, but you sound amazingly butt-hurt.

      Instead of trying to detract from someone else’s victory, try being a better player first and realizing the faults in your gameplay and deck construction.

      • what bullshit. How many regens u won. I have 2. ANYONE can win with virusMill that is the point.

      • No they can’t. A few games yes, but if you are a bad player, you won’t win any tournaments. Noisemill has a much higher skillcap than all the popular Criminal decks out there. You are confronted with a lot more decisions, especially if you don’t draw into PW early.
        All you have to do with Criminal is play all the good cards and always make sure you have enough money to run the biggest remote. That’s why most regionals are won by Criminal and not by Noise.

    • Sorry Slappy. Ep.11 got my website suspended because of “over use” of bandwidth, even though my contract clearly states “unlimited” bandwidth is available. So ep.11 has been moved to SoundCloud here: https://soundcloud.com/#agenda7podcast/11-agenda7-netrunner-podcast

      And the RSS feed will resume as normal with ep.12. I might repost episode 11 with a reduced audio quality, just so it still exists there. IN fact – I’ll do that right now.

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