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Nels Anderson of Campo Santo and Jesse Turner of Slick Entertainment have at least two things in common- making video games and playing a lot of Android: Netrunner, Fantasy Flight's superb living card game. Terminal7 is a podcast where they discuss Netrunner, sometimes in the context of video games, sometimes just in terms of strategy, design or anything else fascinating about the game.

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October 25, 2016 Things have escalated. In looking at Escalation, the 3rd datapack in the Flashpoint cycle, we learn that Jinteki now has a really big buzzsaw, all the conspiracies really are true and why you should never own a parrot.

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner

September 20, 2016 After a brief hiatus, Terminal7 returns to talk blood and money. The most impactful datapack in quite some time, a fuchsia kitten, Genghis' legacy and one dedicated report means the fallout from the 23 Seconds Incident is just starting to be felt. This is the beginning, not the end.

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner

August 9, 2016 Special Guest Leigh Alexander returns to Terminal7 once again, this time to discuss Monitor- her newly released novella set in the Android universe! Leigh discusses how she came to write about her favourite faction and why Jackson Howard is misunderstood (but still a little creepy). Monitor captures the intersection of surveillance, social media and entertainment that is the dark heart of NBN, so join Terminal7 in looking at our new favourite piece of Android fiction!

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner

July 26, 2016 23 seconds was how long Titan Transnational's servers were offline. In meatspace, that's not even enough time to hum Sunshine Junction's theme song. But on the net, that's lifetimes and more. Trillions of credits are just gone. Who was behind the attack? Who stands of profit? How will Weyland react and how will its competitors take advantage of the situation? Fine out as Nels and Jesse discuss the first data pack of the Flashpoint cycle- 23 Seconds!

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner

July 5, 2016 Mighty and mad, the massive masses are massing! Election day has finally come in the Indian Union and with it, change is in the air. But with charges of rigged results and a tragic political assassination, will this new government ever be seen as legitimate? And could any government hope to challenge the sway megacorporations hold over all of Mumbad? Nels and Jesse discuss the final datapack in this most exciting Mumbad Cycle, so come along and see what you ought to Fear the Masses.

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner

May 31, 2016 Nels and Jesse have their minds freed by the fifth data pack in the Mumbad Cycle. Paths most noble, chelas most liberated and brains most stormed, The Liberated Mind is perhaps the most wonderfully weird data pack yet. And most importantly, you'll discover things about spices you never knew.

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner

May 17, 2016 Salsette Island's population is one of the highest and most dense of any island in the world. It's also got some of the fanciest, most exclusive parties and the most sophisticated bioroid butlers in all of the three worlds. What does the four data pack in the Mumbad Cycle offer? Join Nels and Jesse in crashing the soirée and find out!

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner

April 26, 2016 Clone suffrage is the biggest political question in the Indian Union, but there is an even more fundamental question beneath it- are clones human? Echoing back to the outlawed caste system, the answer seems obvious on its surface. But the consequence are more wide-spread than they might first appear. If clones are people with the right to vote, does that mean Jinteki can now simply print new voters, genetically engineered toward a certain ideology? Whatever the outcome, the actions leading up to that decision will change the world's largest democracy forever. Terminal7 discusses those questions and more as they break down the third data back in the Mumbad cycle, Democracy & Dogma.

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner

March 29, 2016 We have arrived at the Gujarat district of Mumbad, home to the most prolific and advanced agricultural technology in all of the Indian Union. Jinteki's Pālanā Foods division is boasting breakthrough after breakthrough. But runners throughout the union are asking just how Jinteki is making those breakthroughs and at what cost. Rumours swirl about a defective clone line- is a scandal about to break? Join Nels and Jesse as they try to determine if Business truly is First in the second data pack of the Mumbad cycle.

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner

February 23, 2016 Nels and Jesse have taken the IDs selected by the community to a Store Championship. How did they fare? Was The Professor's tenure enough to shield him from the prying eyes of the Near-Earth Hub? Did Jinteki's new mind-mapping algorithms keep their servers safe from nefarious runners? A report and many listener questions are answered in this most clone-ridden of fields.

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner

February 9, 2016 Terminal7 finds itself in India! The sights, the sounds, the smells- like nothing we've seen before. Khala Ghoda begins the Mumbad cycle and from its artist colonies to its universities and temples, India has much to offer runners and corporations alike. How will this change how we steal and advance our agendas? Join Terminal7 and find out!

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner, Firewatch

January 26, 2016 The ballot boxes have been unsealed and the votes have been tallied. The result? Our listeners are kind but cruel! Terminal7's audience have selected the IDs Nels & Jesse will play for the next while. But what did they select? And how will Terminal7 approach their selections? The only way to find out is to jack in and hit play.

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner

January 5, 2016 It's 2016 and he NAPD has a New Year's resolution- to kick down doors of Runners and Corporations alike all across New Angeles. Their Most Wanted List has introduced a potentially huge shakeup into how tournament decks are constructed. But not to be outdone by the NAPD, Nels and Jesse have a heap of changes of their own. New resolutions abound, include a promise to clamp down on our own flightiness. Instead of drifting from deck to deck, they're going to focus on a pair of IDs each. But which IDs? That's up for the listeners to decide! Log your vote here and in a week, Nels and Jesse will take the top selections and focus on those decks for the next several months, at least. http://goo.gl/forms/XzmD6CZWV8

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner

December 22, 2015 Chris and Eady from Run Last Click come over to Terminal7's house for the holidays, where we discuss 2015 in Netrunner. From Order & Chaos to Data & Destiny, with a delicious SanSan sandwich in between, what a year 2015 was. Highlights, lowlights and one very musical interlude await!

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner

December 1, 2015 Terminal7 sits down with FFG's Dan Clark, Katrina Ostrander and Zoë Robinson to talk about Netrunner's Android setting, the upcoming Worlds of Android book and just how sweet cyberpunk India is. For more on Zoë Robinson and the art of Netrunner, also see Terminal7 ep. 29 - https://www.idlethumbs.net/terminal7/episodes/out-of-work-intellectual-camp

Games Discussed: Android: Netrunner, 80 Days

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Nels and Jesse talk about the card game Netrunner and its strategy, design and everything else fascinating about it.