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Ash 2X3ZB9CY

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Ash 2X3ZB9CY

Ash 2X3ZB9CY

Type: Upgrade: Bioroid
Cost: 2
Faction: Corp Haas-Bioroid
Faction Cost: 2
Whenever there is a successful run on this server, trace4 - if successful, the Runner cannot access any cards other than Ash 2X3ZB9CY for the remainder of this run.
"Eyes forward please."
Trash: 3
Set: What Lies Ahead Number: 13 Quantity: 3
Illustrator: Mauricio Herrera
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Seems to me a Red Herrings in-faction for Haas-Bioroid, which is neat.
Its ability is somewhat stronger though, and that's probably why it's also unique.

Also, 2 influence is on pair with Akitaro Watanabe and Red Herrings itself, good.
Having played both, I've realised Ash 2X is much better than Red Herrings:
-It can be used to protect income-assets and valuable upgrades, while Red Herrings only protects agendas
-If the cards being protected were unrezzed, they remain a mystery to the runner unless they pay the extra cost, while with Red Herrings the runner gets to see all the cards in the server including any Agendas before they decide to spend the 5 credits (so with Ash 2X you can bait the runner into paying for the trace, only to reveal it was protecting something unimportant / not an agenda)
-If the corp is richer than the runner, they can choose to spend extra credits on the trace to make sure it protects the server contents from the runner
-The 3 trash cost is a lot higher than Red Herring's 1 trash cost, in a close game the runner is more likely to not be able to trash it
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