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    Thanks for putting this out there, it takes guts to do that when you're new to a game.

    Here's a link to a great website that may help you get started:


    As the corporation, you really want to keep your deck as small as possible, because card draw is much more limited compared to other games you may be familiar with. Because you only have three clicks (moves) per turn as the corp, many times you're only going to be using your free draw per turn unless you're looking for something in particular. Also, you want your ratio of Agendas, typically, to be as small as possible, because this makes it less likely for the Runner to steal them. To make a long story short, 49 cards is typically what the corp plays with, with 9-10 Agendas in that deck (identities generally have a deck minimum of 45, with 49 being the maximum that can be put into a deck while still requiring the minimum number of Agenda points of 20-21).

    These are just general guidelines, some may find success with different deck sizes, but it's a good place to start. Of course, the small deck sizes mean that you really need to pay attention to what you're putting into your decks, there's not a whole lot of room for filler, every card you put in their should have a specific function in relation to your overall strategy.

    Also, unless you're playing a deck that can consistently "tag" a runner, avoid Operations that require tags, such as "Scorched Earth". Cards like that may sound great, but without the tags, they're worthless pieces of paper in your hand.

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