Re-uprising

Nisei’s latest set, Uprising, is getting into the hands of players around Melbourne. If you missed out, I’ll shortly be organising another group buy to save on postage (and maybe production) costs. The sets will be around AUD$70 posted and decrease as the number of sets increases. Please get in touch before Sunday, 8th February…

Café GNK

Melbourne’s first Game Night Kit of 2020 will happen next Saturday, 25th January. Prize support will consist of a Nisei Q4 kit, containing Earthrise Hotels and Archers, but not the beautiful Biotic Labor playmat (postage is a killer). Whether you want to explore the raw efficiency of the best reptilian console, bring boomerangs back again…

Uprising impressions from a lapsed player: Corp

Miles from SDK here, taking you through the Corp cards in Uprising from the perspective of someone who’s been out for a while but loves looking at shiny new toys. Runner impressions here. Haas-Bioroid Megaprix Qualifier It’s like the anti-GFI: a 2 pointer that’s one point in deckbuilding. Still seems pretty good, 3/2s are historically…

Uprising impressions from a lapsed player: Runner

Hey everyone! It’s Miles here from SDK. I haven’t posted in quite a while, as I stopped playing not long after the official cancellation and didn’t really get drawn back in by the first NISEI set. Turns out the final year of uni takes up a lot of time. That said, I really like the…

The Reign and Reverie Awards!

Welcome to the Sneakdoor Reign and Reverie Awards! It’s a totally serious look back at the box set that was, where we give out awards for “best” card in as many completely arbitrary categories as we feel like. The “Standard Procedure” award for cards I thought would become a staple, and then kind of didn’t:…

Reign and Reverie first impressions and theorycrafting: Runner

It’s here – Android: Netrunner’s final set. No time for sadness though – we’ve got cards to make snap judgements and terrible decks around! For this article, all the theorycrafting will be for the IDs in the pack using as many new cards as possible, for science.

The Kitara Cycle Awards

  Welcome to the Sneakdoor Kitara Awards! It’s a totally serious look back at the cycle that was, where we give out awards for best card in as many completely arbitrary categories as we feel like. This article is brought to you by our good friends at Azmari Edtech – shaping the minds of tomorrow,…

Kampala Ascendant first impressions and theorycrafting

We’re finally at the end of the Kitara cycle. Will Netrunner continue with the traditional last pack power spike? Only time will tell (yes, it definitely is). Because this pack is awesome, I’m going to put in quite a few different theorycrafts without individual writeups for each.