For his next Stimhack article, erinrockabitch explores the four basic corp strategies and how to best understand them.
Guest author Aaron Celovsky talks about runner engines, going over some of the best runner engines throughout the game and how they work.
Dealing with the psychology of mind-games in competitive Netrunner, and making a case for high-stakes competitive play. Why many important decisions are not purely tactical. From the author of the modern Personal Evolution archetype Bag of Tricks, discussing why you should learn to play the opponent as much as their deck. Detailing strategy and deck breakdown as well as discuss the psychology of mind-reading and how to avoid it’s pitfalls.
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Noah McKee, fresh off his top 4 finish at Worlds, gives us his insight on how he took his game to the top level through discipline, hard work, and critical, systematic self-examination.
Dale, known online as kookoobah, has recenetly rocketed himself to the bubbling Asian Netrunner scene, taking 2nd place in the PSI games in a memorable performance, as well as 1st place in the Nationals of his home country, the Philippines.
Nobo715 gives us his complete breakdown of every card in The Underway.
In her first article for StimHack, Ve Herrmann brings us a 2nd place report from Palm Bay Regionals with PPVP Kate and Replicating Perfection
Accomplished player and StimHack forum member Crunchums presents his own set review of Breaker Bay.
A guest tournament report from tomidiot on his 2nd place finish at the Manchester Regionals.