Asset: Character • Rez: 1 • Trash: 5 • Influence: 2

Each piece of rezzed bioroid ice gains "subroutine The Runner loses click, if able." before all of its other subroutines.

"It's neither cruel nor unusual. Merely efficient."
Haas-Bioroid • Pavel Kolomeyets • Whispers in Nalubaale 93
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Warden Fatuma
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  • ANCUR UFAQ 23 [Michael Boggs]

    If Loki copies the subroutines from another bioroid while Warden Fatuma is rezzed, how many " The Runner loses , if able." subroutines does Loki have?

    Loki will have two copies of the subroutine: one from Warden Fatuma, and one copied from the other bioroid ice.


While the actual play-ability of this is dubious, this seems like a pretty fun card.


Tax: Warden Fatuma usually taxes the runner a credit for every bioroid ICE, unless they are running last click, which makes them vulnerable to Ikawah Project unstealability.

ID Synergy: Haas-Bioroid: Architects of Tomorrow, Haas-Bioroid: Stronger Together, and Seidr Laboratories: Destiny Defined, employ numerous bioroids and Seidr in particular likes the click drain Warden Fatuma creates.

High Trash cost: Most runners don't want to trash a 5 cost asset.


Relatively low impact-Click loss is annoying, but not huge, and the credit tax can be more or less shrugged off by rich runners

Only affects bioroids: Many HB decks employ other ICE like Architect or Seidr Adaptive Barrier, which are unaffected.

(Whispers in Nalubaale era)
Note how good Fatuma makes Fairchild 3.0. Other 3-sub bioroids benefit immensely from the Warden too - I'll be trying to make her work with Ichi 1.0/2.0 and Heimdall 1.0/2.0. —
Also benefits Mother Goddess and helps Loki if by itself. —
Not sure it really helps that much with FC3: runner will just triple click off the original subs and then the Warden’s won’t do anything useful. —
Ah yeah. Guess it's better with 2.0 bioroids with 2/3 subs. —
Note that Loki, when copying a Bioroid, would actually get two extra "lose a click" subs compared to without Fatuma. —