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Targeted Marketing

Targeted Marketing

Targeted Marketing

Type: Operation: Current
Cost: 0
Faction: Corp NBN
Faction Cost: 1
This card is not trashed until another current is played or an agenda is stolen. Name a card. Gain 10 [Credit] whenever the Runner plays or installs a copy of that card.
Set: The Spaces Between Number: 026 Quantity: 3
Illustrator: Gong Studios
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Sep 10 2014 03:36 PM

Anybody else bothered by this card? I think it creates a big divide between the casual and tournament scene. As someone without the time to travel to other places for regular play and without a local scene, I create a lot of the decks my friends and I play. As a result, this card would be far better in my deck than a friend's. I hope this isn't the direction they are going with more cards: cards that overly reward intimate knowledge of the card bank and meta (an advantage in itself).

Sep 15 2014 10:26 PM

Not really.  It's a judgement call in Tournament play, where knowledge of the card pool is pretty much necessary.  If you think it unbalances casual play then just house rule that it's not used.  


Even in casual play, just name Sure Gamble or Easy Mark.  Most casual decks will use one of them.  Worst case it stops the runner using their easy resource gain.  Best case nets you 10 credits.  No huge knowledge of the cardpool required. 

Also NBN specifically has cards that let you peak at your opponents hand, Snoop & Invasion of Privacy. Even in a casual setting this would be a fantastic follow up to either of those cards.

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