Articles for Teaching New Players
Zebadiah’s shows you the best way to go about teaching Netrunner to newbies, going over general principles and ideas for teaching Netrunner.
Part 2 of Zebadiah’s series on how to best teach new players Netrunner. In this article Zebadiah goes over the decklists he uses to teach new players.
PeekaySK begins a brand new series taking an exhaustive look at Anarchs.
This is part three of an article focused on helping experienced Android: Netrunner players teach the game to new players.
This video is designed to help new players understand common plays and basic tactics involving Jackson Howard.
This video demonstrates proper shuffling and randomization using sleeved cards. Be sure to check out Xenasis’s article that I referenced in the video.
As an introduction to Corporation deckbuilding, I stress the importance of pairing your method of winning the game with the right defensive style. I describe the three main ways to win the game and look at some tournament winning decklists for examples. Originally published 9/11/2014.
Playing well against Scorched Earth is largely a matter of understanding the Corp’s capability. In this video, we look at a few mental shortcuts players can use to speed up their decision making. Originally published 9/23/2014.
In this video, I look at how the concept of expected value can inform big picture decision making as the Runner. Originally published 10/30/2014.
In this Segment, I examine a few ways to play successfully against Jinteki: Personal Evolution. Originally published 11/23/2014.
In this video, I share a few tips for beating one of the most popular decks in tournament Netrunner, Jinteki Replicating Perfection.
New to Netrunner? In this video, I cover some of the basic vocabulary used by experienced players to describe game phenomena. Originally published 2/22/2015.
Trypios gives us his guide for teaching Netrunner to new players, with a focus on visuals and mini-decks to use in your own teaching games.
Introduction The tips in this article are aimed to be applicable to most (if not all) decks, and I’ve tried to keep stuff like “play better cards/decks” out of here. This article isn’t about deck construction or deck choice. This article is about play decisions and matters pertaining to playing the game and not deckbuilding…