New Zealand, Christchurch
2016.09.03.

Legal cardpool up to: Blood Money
MWL: unknown
Format: standard

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Tournament starts: 1000 (local time)
Contact: Guv_Bubbs

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New Zealand Nationals 2016

4th NZ Nationals was the bomdigi! This year, the decision was made to host the event in the South Island (little ol' New Zealand is indeed divided into two major land masses), but the weekend was no less fantastic for it. 21 people ended up attending from all corners of the country. There were players from Christchurch (the hosting city), Wellington, Auckland, and even Hamilton present. Packs up to Blood Money were legal for the event. Suffice to say, there were a lot of Temujin Criminals present.

JAFA (also based on the orange chocolate snack of a similar name)

And a lot of them came from Auckland, the largest city of New Zealand. There is a semi-derogatory term for Aucklanders in New Zealand called "JAFA" (Just Another F****** Aucklander). The Auckland players decided to embrace this term for their Just Another F****** Andromeda. Behold!

Top 8
Top 8 Crew Top left to top right: Michael, Matt, Willam, Robin. Bottom left to bottom right: Egor, Luke, Jay & David

Here are the overall stats.

As usual NBN was dominating the top of the field, out-performing their overall attendance. HB was the only other corp to make the cut, underperforming its overall attendance (although worth noting that HB was both 2nd and 3rd so both top-cut HB players did reasonably well). The runner meta was reasonably diverse, with 3 Anarchs, 3 Criminals and 2 Shapers in the top-cut. With Blood Money recently released, it is a good time to be a runner, with many viable archetypes available.

Big congrats to the ever-affable Robin Candy for the win!
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I think they both won, if their faces are any indication. David (2nd place, left) and Robin (1st place, right).

Chaos Theory with Security Nexus as her console. "But she doesn't even have a base link?" "But she doesn't get the Kate discount?" "How are we meant to even process this?" "What is love?" (Baby, don't hurt me...). For a fuller justification of the decisions behind using Chaos Theory instead of Kate, peep the NetrunnerDB link to Robin's deck. Put simply though: Kate's anti-synergy with Personal Workshop, Chaos Theory's extra MU aiding in housing the MU-expensive Magnum Opus and SMC with room to spare, CT's reduced setup time and thus higher likelihood of seeing a turn 1 Mopus, and Robin's fierce loyalty to the beloved W√ľnderkind. Props, man.

We upped our streaming game this year, which allowed us to be able to get the top 8 videos turned around in less than a week. That's impressive (if we do say so ourselves)!

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Top table swiss round, game 4. William Turner (left) vs Michael Walsh (right)

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Commentary team From left to right: Donald Bubbins, Dominic Shelton, William Turner, Mark Blackman.

Videos of the event can be found on our YouTube page.

HUGE shout out to Mark (@zwarbo) for helping out so much on video stream, commentary, set up & post event video editing.

HUGE shout out to Donald (@guv_bubbs) for organising the tournament, helping people find the location, find accommodation, and just generally being a fantastic fellow to have around for the community. We all love you Donald.

Thanks to Dominic for making all the on-screen elements for the stream.

Thanks to Nigel for supporting the event from afar. Both financially and in spirit.

Thanks to Michael, David, Matthew, Luke & Ben for hosting all the out-of-towners.

And thanks to all the out-of-towners for coming down!

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Videos (7)
New Zealand Netrunner Nationals 2016 - ELIM R1 (23:03)
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miek (runner) - V1ll14n (corporation)
New Zealand Netrunner Nationals 2016 - ELIM R2 (23:28)
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Humblejuggernaut (runner) - miek (corporation)
New Zealand Netrunner Nationals 2016 - ELIM R3 (40:10)
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cyberewok (runner) - miek (corporation)
New Zealand Netrunner Nationals 2016 - ELIM R4 (36:10)
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divadus (runner)
New Zealand Netrunner Nationals 2016 ELIM R5 (14:05)
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divadus (corporation) - miek (runner)
New Zealand Netrunner Nationals 2016 - FINALS (32:53)
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divadus (runner) - cyberewok (corporation)
New Zealand Netrunner Nationals 2016 - Interviews (22:02)
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miek - cyberewok - divadus


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Results
Number of players: 21
Top cut players: 8

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Top cut
rank player corp runner
#1 cyberewok CTeMpo (1st-place NZ nationals) Twilight CT (1st-place NZ nationals)
#2 divadus Franglais ETF (2nd NZ Nats, 2016) Turncoat Andy (2nd NZ Nats, 2016)
#3 miek 3rd place NZ Nationals. The CI7 cookbook example deck (updat 3rd place NZ Nationals. Bullshit Kate - Or how I learned to
#4 Egor Laptev SYNC Andromeda
#5 Humblejuggernaut Prototype Explodastar I prefer coffee...
#6 McBOeric CtM - Nationals 2016 Wizzard - Nationals 2016
#7 William Turner SYNC MaxX
#8 V1ll14n SYNC Leela Patel

Swiss rounds
rank player corp runner
#1 miek 3rd place NZ Nationals. The CI7 cookbook example deck (updat 3rd place NZ Nationals. Bullshit Kate - Or how I learned to
#2 William Turner SYNC MaxX
#3 divadus Franglais ETF (2nd NZ Nats, 2016) Turncoat Andy (2nd NZ Nats, 2016)
#4 Humblejuggernaut Prototype Explodastar I prefer coffee...
#5 McBOeric CtM - Nationals 2016 Wizzard - Nationals 2016
#6 Egor Laptev SYNC Andromeda
#7 cyberewok CTeMpo (1st-place NZ nationals) Twilight CT (1st-place NZ nationals)
#8 V1ll14n SYNC Leela Patel
#9 Ben Wilson Engineering the Future Andromeda
#10 Amber Milan Engineering the Future Andromeda
#11 Craig Parr Engineering the Future Andromeda
#12 Chris Ramsy Argus Security Hayley Kaplan
#13 zwarbo NZ Nats 2016 - #13th - CORP NZ Nats 2016 - #13th - RUNNER
#14 arahknxs Engineering the Future Andromeda
#15 Scott Couchman Industrial Genomics Hayley Kaplan
#16 Matt Ward Haarpsichord Studios Leela Patel
#17 Alan Lee Engineering the Future Andromeda
#18 CodGod Sideways Space Stock - Nationals Version Ken's Notorious Comet Party - Nationals Version
#19 Esther McKenzie (forfeit) Personal Evolution Andromeda
#20 Daniel March Engineering the Future Andromeda
#21 Dominic Shelton Personal Evolution Hayley Kaplan

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