|From:||"Ken Dirk (DrugDoc)" <dirkkenn@***.EDU>|
|Subject:||Re: More on the Genetic Lab...|
|Date:||Fri, 24 Apr 1998 16:43:44 -0700|
> Just a random idea/thought as I was reading the latest about the newest
> promo card (I assume it has been released, no?)
> Prime runners could not be a target of the cloning process - no quarms with
> that. But would it be possible to play the special Copycat Syndrome on
> said prime runner, then send him off to be cloned?
> Copycat Syndrome - Special
> Cost: X Nuyen
> Text: "Play on target Prime Runner (PR). It is now legal to have more than
> one of target PR card in play. If Copycat Syndrome is trashed and
> duplicates of target PR card are in play, frag all but one of target PR.
> Randomly determine which cards are fragged. X = Deployment cost of target
> My first question is whether or not the clone token is equivalent to a
> prime runner card. Copycat Syndrome seems to allow multiple cards to be in
> play, but not a token of said card while Genetic Lab seems to do the
> opposite - allow multiple tokens to be in play, but not the actual card.
> Are the two then compatible, considering that in each case, the card and/or
> token is representing at least the partial stats of a runner?
> Thoughts on this combination?
> >>>>>Axlrose - ...<<<<<
The combo would probably work. Might be kinda risky, since I would think
that you would still have to pay the upkeep cost for the token (IMHO).
Still, it has posibilities.
Ken Dirk (DrugDoc)