Welcome to Reviewing the Little Boot Icon, an unfortunately named series of reviews for Reboot-modified cards. Today's review: Scrubbed, one of 4(!) Anarch currents.

  • Changes: Play cost 2>1.

  • Pros: 2 free Datasucker tokens that shoot themselves at the first piece of ice you hit each turn! Discard the Corp's current.

  • Cons: You can't use D4v1d on anything with 7 or less strength this hits. Hacktivist Meeting is better.

5/10 Decent, but competing for an very full niche.

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Welcome to Reviewing the Little Boot Icon, an unfortunately named series of reviews for Reboot-modified cards. Today's review: Net Celebrity, the best Shaper current.

  • Changes: Play cost 1>0.

  • Pros: Once a turn pseudo bad-pub! Great out of Nasir Meidan: Cyber Explorer, as he cannot lose it and now doesn't lose to Pop-up Window. Free to play current. Only 1 influence, could see play in Criminal.

  • Cons: You can't play Employee Strike. Only 1, so if you aren't making a run once a turn, another econ card would be better.

6/10 Nice Nasir toy.

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Welcome to Reviewing the Little Boot Icon, an unfortunately named series of reviews for Reboot-modified cards. Today's review: LLDS Energy Regulator, the best way to tech against tech against tech against Scorched Earth.

4/10 Tech within tech within tech.

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Welcome to Reviewing the Little Boot Icon, an unfortunately named series of reviews for Reboot-modified cards. Today's review: Lag Time, Haas-Bioroid: Stronger Together for every ice.

  • Changes: Play cost 2>0.

  • Pros: Annoy the heck out of fixed-strength breakers. Free to play out of any deck.

  • Cons: You can't have another current active at the same time. NBN prefers Predictive Algorithm, HB prefers Enhanced Login Protocol or just no currents. RP prefers ELP also, and the other Jinteki decks either are taxing cards instead of credits, or don't have time or slots for this. Weyland is way too busy to play this.

6/10 Fix your Anarch matchup today!

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Welcome to Reviewing the Little Boot Icon, an unfortunately named series of reviews for Reboot-modified cards. Today's review: Heinlein Grid, the best way to screw over Adam: Compulsive Hacker, besides killing him with the combo between Snare!, Hostile Infrastructure, and Neutralize All Threats.

7/10 Fun alternative to Breaker Bay Grid

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