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  • Descriptif produit: Android Netrunner Living Card Games A Study in Static Data Pack
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Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)6,9 x 11,9 x 2,3 cm
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Android Netrunner Card Game Study in Static

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Par Mist-e-Fire le 4 août 2014
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L'avantage de Netrunner sur un autre jeu de carte à collectionner, c'est qu'il n'y a pas de hasard dans l'obtention des cartes.
Le désavantage, c'est qu'il faut suivre les extensions une a une.

Perso, je conseille d'acheter le jeu de base et quelques extensions et de faire un pack de cartes à drafter à deux ou plus. Vous trouverez sur des sites amateurs des règles pour y jouer sans vous ruiner ni devoir être à l'affut de la dernière extension.
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Par Bip bip le runner le 6 mai 2013
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Très bon opus de Netrunner Android, ça dépote, ça déménage. Plus nous avançons dans les extensions mieux c'est. La création de nouveaux decks ne fait que commencer. On en veut encore. Merci FFG.
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Wait on it 18 mai 2013
Par Blitzo - Publié sur Amazon.com
As with all of ANR being an LCG they will be periodically reprinting all of the sets. I'm just letting people know that before they spend $40 on a ~$15 product. ANR is an awesome card game that is slowly starting to spread through the gaming community. As it sits they release 1 pack at the end of each month, they have up on their website the cycles in which they plan reprinting older sets like this one. Happy gaming.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Weyland Builds For the Future 30 juillet 2014
Par Green Level Clearance - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I love Netrunner. That will be obvious to you if you read any of my other reviews on the game. So I decided to take it upon myself to review everything the game has to offer. This is my review of the fourth data pack in the Genesis cycle. I rate every card based on a scale of 0-5. Probably obvious to you which number means it's better or worse. I also rate at the end whether it is a data pack you need to invest in. (spoiler alert, it probably is!)

*All-nighter (1.5) Card isn't really terrible. But in the current state of the game doesn't have much use.
*Bullfrog (1) Sure. Whatever. This is ice is just odd and awkward. There are better ones out there.
*Crescentus (3) Another solid card. It can really be back breaking to the corp. It seems to fall in and out of favor with players. But it's pretty decent.
*Dedicated Server (2.5) The artwork is fantastic. The card is mediocre. Not terrible. But the trash cost makes it a liability. Still, dat art!
*Deus X (4) The card on its own merit might only be a 2.5. But with all the Shaper recursion tricks you can make this breaker a true nightmare for the corps. This card singlehandedly can wreck Jinteki's shell game. Because it makes Snare! worthless.
*Disrupter (0.5) Umm. Let's review. The corp knows you have this out. So they just can do a low trace. And then spend all their money the second time around if you disrupt it. Lame. I gave it half a point though because it would be fun to use this against Punitive Counterstrike. Still kind of underpowered.
*Doppleganger (3) This is a surpisingly decent card. Basically can give you one free click per turn. But doesn't see much use because of Desperado. When you are competing for deck space against one of the best consoles in the game, it's hard to win!
*False Lead (3.5) This agenda doesn't seem like much on the surface. But it's actually pretty cool. And you can really hurt the runner if they are tagged. Oh, you are going to use those last two clicks to remove the tags? Nah, you are out of clicks. Scorched Earth time!
*Force of Nature (2) You can pump it. And that's nice. But geez is it expensive and inefficient.
*Government Contracts (3.5) Weyland gets a very solid agenda here. Once you get it scored you are making bank. Love it.

*Green Level Clearance (5) Net 2 credits and draw a card. No downsides here! Play it in Weyland: Building a Better World for even more benefit. Excellent card!
*Hourglass (3.5) Yes it is a bit expensive. But boy does it tax the runner! I especially like running it in Jinteki Replicating Perfection.
*Inside Man (2.5) He has his uses. But not in most decks. Although in Kate you are getting a huge discount.
*Net Police (1) The concept is cool. The more link the runner tries to bring to the table, the more you punish him. Two things work against you on this card though. First this is pretty situational. Some runners have 0 link which makes this a dead draw. And secondly, this is very easy to trash. Card doesn't really do much.
*Oversight AI (4.5) Oh yeah! This is such a cool card. Free Archer rezzes! Free Curtain Wall! The runner can get rid of it. But it is one heck of a headache for them.
*Scrubber (3) Make any runner into Whizzard! Almost. Not a bad card. And can give asset based econ decks fits.
*Tyrant (3) Another card that I originally didn't think much of but it has grown on me. This card does nothing the first time you rez it, but can slowly grow into an insurmountable wall. Like it with a certain identity that's coming up....
*Underworld Contact (4) Clickless economy is always a good thing. And this is a great way to exploit that. A runner without link can't exploit it as easily. But any one of them who starts with a link can tear it up.
*Uroboros (2.5) Seems a little weak for a sentry. And a 6 cost one? Not enough punishment in my opinion. Not being able to run again is good. But not enough.
*Weyland: Because We Built It (3) Not the most exciting identity. And I'm not sure it's got the support cards for it yet. But not terrible either. It saves you a buck. But makes you spend a click for the benefit. Not bad. And actually fun to play with. Just not there yet.

Overall: So what's the verdict? A few very strong cards. But overall a mediocre pack. Worth the price still. But not one of the early Data Packs you should buy. With that being said, it's still solid. Weyland really got a boost. And there were some excellent NBN cards as well.
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This is in my Netrunner playset Because I Bought It 3 mars 2014
Par JD Woody - Publié sur Amazon.com
Reviewed by JD Woody, host of Live and Let Dice on adrenalineradio.com.
A Study in Static is a great data pack, and one you really should own, particularly if you are a Weyland Consortium player. Weyland got a great turn this time around with a new megacorp identity (Because We Built It), an agenda called Government Contracts, an operation called Oversight AI, and a barrier called Tyrant (their only barrier without the word "wall" in the name). Other corp cards are a transaction called Green Level Clearance and a piece of ICE called Hourglass for HB, an asset called Net Police and a sentry ICE called Uroboros for NBN, a piece of Jinteki ICE called Bullfrog and an asset called Dedicated Server, and a neutral agenda called False Lead.

The `runner gets a new console called Doppelganger and a program called Crescentus for Criminal, a program called Disrupter, an icebreaker called Force of Nature, and a connection called Scrubber for Anarch, and All-Nighter and Deus X are the new Shaper cards. You also get Inside Man and Underworld Contact, which are neutral. A very good data pack and a wonderful addition to your collection.
Neccessary 8 mai 2013
Par David - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This data pack is absolutely essential if you're a Netrunner fan like me. Like all data packs you won't use all the cards, but the cards you do use will determine whether you win a game or lose it. Game on!
Husband was happy with these cards. 28 juillet 2014
Par Do-It-Yourself Danielle - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Not much to say about these, but my husband loves to play this game with his coworkers. He was happy with these additional cards.
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