Thematically, the Mumbad cycle explores another place, this time the sprawling Mumbad metropolis in India. The city is currently holding an election where a key issue is clone rights - are they property or people?
The Mumbad cycle also introduces a pair of new mechanics that alter deck building rules.
Runners get consumer-grade hardware and some event cards that have a special deck limit of 6 copies (6 copies are included of each card in their data pack). These cards all have cumulative power growth as you install or play more copies of them in a game.
Corporations get alliance cards, each of which have a special condition that when met reduces their influence cost to zero.
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"The Eyes of the World are Upon You..." As national elections loom in the Indian Union, debate rages over granting clones full citizenship. A shadow war begins, and Jinteki will stop at nothing to make sure their most lucrative product remains just that: a product. With this cycle you can explore the largest megalopolis in India, and expand your decks in novel ways with new consumer grade hardware and corporate alliances.