We discuss our favourite cards from Double Time, discuss NOT using all types of ICE in your deck, and do a top 10 list of dirty Netrunner cards and terms. We also discuss a whole weekend of tournaments – what we learned and how we did.
Podcast 20 includes: 1 – Tournament weekend at 401 Games and Nexus Games
2 – Top 5/4 cards from Double Time
3 – Top 10 Dirty Netrunner Card Names and Terms
4 – ICE – do you really need all types in a corp deck?
5 – Acknowledgements & contact
We hope you get something useful out of it. (The top 10 list of dirty Netrunner cards is especially immature – we’d like to hear your submissions!)
Episode 19 of Agenda7 is now online: with more announcements from FFG, a top 5/4 discussion of Fear and Loathing (cards 81-100 of the Spin Cycle), and two strategy discussions: scoring 5/3 agendas; and coping with Account Siphon.
Podcast 19 includes:
1 – News from FFG
2 – Top 5/4 Fear and Loathing cards
3 – Spin Cycle observations
4 – Strategy: Scoring 5/3 agendas
5 – Strategy: Coping with Account Siphon
6 – Contact & acknowledgements
This is our contribution to the Netrunner gaming community – we hope you get something useful out of it.
The first datapack we discuss in 2014 is Mala Tempora, cards 41-60 of Android Netrunner’s Spin Cycle – and that’s what’s most on our minds – along with the new Anarch ID: Reina Roja. We also discuss the Chronos Protocol tour, some cool new Android Netrunner online resources we like, and more!
Podcast 17 includes:
1 – Top 5/4 Mala Tempora cards
2 – Initial Reina Roja deck designs
3 – Fave 3 online Netrunner resources
4 – The Chronos Protocol tour
5 – Acknowledgements & Contact
Episode 17 was recorded Friday, January 10th, 2014, before a live studio audience.
The latest episode of Agenda7 is now online. Probably our last one for 2013.
It’s a long podcast, but we cover a lot – what happened at Worlds in Minnesota, cards 21-40 of the Spin Cycle, the introduction to drafting that was revealed last month, and the strategies behind turn planning in Netrunner. Turn planning – what separates good players from average ones.
Podcast 16 includes:
1 – Data Token review from Team Covenant
2 – Go7 Gaming Card Organizer and Action Token review
3 – Top 5/4 cards from Second Thoughts
4 – Drafting Netrunner!
5 – Turn planning strategies
6 – Acknowledgment & contact
Episode 16 was recorded November 30th, and is available on Libsyn.com.
Agenda7 is also available on iTunes. Leave a comment there if you like the show. Or don’t. Check out our RSS feed on the left hand menu, and you’ll never miss another pun by Glen ever again! We’re happy to say that every episode of Agenda7 has now been uploaded to Libsyn.com, and we’re slowly uploading them to YouTube as well. I don’t see the point so much on YouTube, but people tell me it’s a thing, so I do it.
Episode 15 of Agenda7 is now online – an hour and a half long!
Glen, Dave and Plaid Hat Will Hatton take the opportunity to discuss the deck strategies they used and encountered at a recent tournament at Waterloo University. (An excellent ANR Bad Publicity tourney.) Then we discuss the listener inspired topics of TILT – How probability will mess you over and what should you do about it.
Podcast 15 includes:
1 – Waterloo tournament observations
2 – Deck strategies and tactics
3 – TILT – mitigating bad probability
4– Acknowledgements & contact
Episode 15 was recorded on October 16th, 2013 and is available on Libsyn.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.
On Sunday Aug.25th, Agenda7 held its first ever Peterborough Netrunner tournament. We interview the winner – Will Hattton – and discuss the strategies and ideas behind his decks. Will joins us as a co-host for the rest of the podcast to discuss the top 5/4 cards from Opening Moves – cards 1-20 of the 2nd Data Cycle: Spin Cycle.
Podcast 14 includes:
1 – Interview with Agenda7 Tournament winner Will Hatton
2 – A little bit about GenCon 2013
3 – Top 5/4 Runner cards in Opening Moves
4 – Top 5/4 Corporate cards in Opening Moves
5 – Acknowledgements & contact
Episode 14 was recorded on September 2nd, 2013 and is available on Libsyn.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 something useful out of it.
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 something useful out of it.
The first thing Glen and I discuss are choices from the collection of listener emails and comments we’ve received since late 2012. Then we discuss a few FFG spoilers of the first 3 packs of Spin Cycle – Opening Moves, Second Thoughts and Mala Tempora. Leave a review of Agenda7 on iTunes between now and episode 13, and you could win an ebook copy of Free Fall by William H. Keith, from FFG Publishing. (Just gotta work in your email address somewhere.)
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!).
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.