Leela Patel, v. 0

Jun 13 2015

I’m trying out Leela Patel for my new runner deck. And I’m honestly not sure what else to include to synergize with the corporation’s identity. Emergency Shutdown and Crescentus will increase the number of cards that I can use my identity power on. And once I’ve bumped cards back to HQ, maybe I can try a Demolition Run? Also, derezzing ice suggest Forged Activation Orders and Compromised Employee; HQ runs suggest Sneakdoor Beta and something for multi-access.

So I threw in all of those and a bunch of other generally good criminal cards, a completely uninspired set of icebreakers based around the core Anarch breakers, and a bunch of other random stuff; the result is the following bloated (55-card!) deck:


Leela Patel

Leela Patel: Trained Pragmatist

Event (20)

  • 3x Account Siphon
  • 1x Demolition Run ••
  • 2x Dirty Laundry
  • 3x Emergency Shutdown
  • 3x Forged Activation Orders
  • 3x Inside Job
  • 2x Special Order
  • 3x Sure Gamble

Hardware (11)

  • 2x Clone Chip •• ••
  • 3x Desperado
  • 2x Dyson Mem Chip
  • 2x HQ Interface
  • 2x Prepaid VoicePAD

Resource (10)

  • 3x Compromised Employee
  • 2x Crash Space
  • 1x Decoy
  • 2x Security Testing
  • 2x Symmetrical Visage

Icebreaker (8)

  • 1x Cerberus “Rex” H2
  • 2x Corroder •• ••
  • 1x Faerie
  • 1x Femme Fatale
  • 1x Mimic •
  • 1x Passport
  • 1x Yog.0 •

Program (6)

  • 2x Crescentus
  • 3x Datasucker • • •
  • 1x Sneakdoor Beta

15 influence spent (max 15)
55 cards (min 45)
Cards up to The Valley

Deck built on http://netrunnerdb.com.


I’ve tried it out once, and it actually won: Emergency Shutdown plus Forged Activation Orders is a good combo. But there’s a lot of work to do here; I’ll play it a few more times before making changes, though.


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