[Netrunner] New Netrunner Fan in Bern
novandy.kl at gmail.com
Tue Oct 7 13:50:12 CEST 2014
Welcome to the mailing list and the community.
Regarding Netrunner tournament, you do have to play both sides. Yeah, I
remember when I first started I was only inclined to playing runner. But
looking back at it, its actually a good idea from FFG to encourage you
playing both sides. Give the other side a few more tries and you will find
a faction you will die for, :) . German and English cards are allowed in
the tournaments (at least in Bern, it has been the case). I have very
limited German knowledge but all the players I met have been nice enough to
speak English to me, except when they accessed Snare! :) Joke aside, people
will be happy to translate the cards as they are played.
The registration page for Drachenachst is actually used to register for
various games, not just netrunner. In the case of netrunner, the team
option is not applicable.
My two cents would be: do join these events and don't be intimidated by the
term 'tournaments', it does initially sound intimidating having to play
within time limit etc, but it somehow adds to the excitement. Furthermore,
everyone I've played against have been really fun people. Secondly, try to
look for regular netrunner group in Bern (Bern people, help me out here).
That's the best way of learning/playing the game.
Hope that helps a little.
On Tue, Oct 7, 2014 at 1:04 PM, Mike Sulphur <sulphursouls at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> Wanted to say hello, I'm new to Netrunner and new to this Mailing List.
> Thanks to whoever made the great netrunner.ch website, it was a great
> place to start - and I found the shop in Bern for Datapacks before running
> into trouble with Swiss Customs ;)
> I noticed the Store Championship in Bern (where I live nearby), just
> wanted to check if anyone with experience of these can answer some
> questions for me?
> This follows Tournament Rules. So this means that each player plays one
> game as Corp, and another as Runner against an opponent? And the games are
> time limited?
> I noticed on the sign up form that you can register a team, what exactly
> does this mean? Does one player play as Corp and the other as Runner? I
> have gotten into the game a few months ago with my wife, and we play
> against each other favouring one faction heavily until now.
> Also, how much knowledge of German will be required at the Championship? I
> have the cards in English, my German is OK but if my Wife was thinking of
> taking part, she speaks very little German.
> Thanks in Advance,
> Netrunner mailing list
> Netrunner at existenz.ch
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