There is a serial killer on the loose. Someone big and heavily augmented. Strong. The visual evidence suggests a Bioroid. But, what you see, what you are meant to see, and what you can discover if you look more deeply – these are often different things. The mere idea that a bioroid would have committed murder calls into question every Haas-Bioroid promise about the First Directive. And those are the sorts of questions that can lead to some truly deadly responses.
You have a limited window of opportunity. You need to keep your efforts veiled. Boot up and jack in. There’s a murderer on the loose. And you can bet you’re not the only one hoping to track him down and control the truth.
An augmented killer is on the loose in Terminal Directive, a narrative campaign expansion for Android: Netrunner The Card Game! Corp and Runner compete in a thrilling race for the control of valuable data that plays out over the course of an extended campaign. Each match impacts the larger shape of your investigations. Each data set you unlock leads you in a new direction. You may have run before. You may have pursued your corporate agendas. But nothing you’ve done has yet prepared you for Terminal Directive and the narrative-driven campaign play it brings to Android: Netrunner.
Two PAD sheets, one sticker sheet, one rulebook, and four data sets of campaign cards and stickers allow you to track your progress, even as the expansion provides a massive infusion to your standard, tournament-legal Android: Netrunner matches with 163 new cards (86 Corp and 77 Runner) divided between the Criminal, Shaper, Haas-Bioroid, and Weyland Consortium factions, as well as neutral.
With its four new identities and a complete playset of each new player card, Terminal Directive comes with everything you need to grab your Core Set and enjoy a thrilling campaign full of cyberstruggles and meaningful decisions.