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ZU.13 Key Master


  • Cybreos86, Loan and Payday like this

ZU.13 Key Master

ZU.13 Key Master


Type: Program: Icebreaker - Decoder - Cloud
Cost: 1 Memory Units: 1
Faction: Runner Shaper
Faction Cost: 2
If you have at least 2 [Link], the memory cost of ZU.13 Key Master is 0, even if it is not installed.
1 [Credits]: Break code gate subroutine.
1 [Credits]: +1 strength.
Strength: 1
Set: What Lies Ahead Number: 007 Quantity: 3
Illustrator: Lilga Smilshkalne
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6 Comments

The picture for this card really should have been
Posted Image
    • Paddosan and AdorablePython like this
Gatekeeper next pack?
ZUUUUUULLLLL
Glad I am not the only one that got that from this card.
Ghostbusters jokes aside, there has been a lot of debate in my local playgroup about whether this is better or worse than Gordian Blade in a Shaper deck. Basically, it all seems to come down to how many servers you're trying to run. If your strategy is generally very limited (only running on one or two servers the entire game) then your opponent will likely stack a lot of ice on those servers. Therefore, Gordian Blade is more likely to be effective (since it's better against multiple ice, especially multiple strong ice). However, if you're running in lots of places and ice is spread more thin, this guy will get the job done quite nicely, and will probably play for free.
I would prefer Blade than this

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