Bramblecrush

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Custom Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Magic 2014 (M14) Uncommon
Innistrad (ISD) Uncommon

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Bramblecrush

Sorcery

Destroy target noncreature permanent.

Bramblecrush Discussion

Liscom on Red/Blue/Green (1.Entwurf)

6 days ago

Bitte ändere den Decktyp mal von Standard zu Commander. Ansonsten bekomme ich immer eine Warnung für jede Karte, die ich empfehlen will, die aber in dem Format nicht legal ist

Hier noch einmal ein paar Kreaturen, die ich eigentlich sehr geil und günstig finde - besonders, wenn dein Commander sie noch mit Trample ausstattet: Altered Ego , , Zameck Guildmage Gruul Ragebeast (nette Kombo mit Foe-Razer Regent ) , Ravager Wurm , Stonebrow, Krosan Hero (die Kombo ist wohl offensichtlich)

Progenitor Mimic , Simic Sky Swallower sind sehr solide. Gerade Hexproof/Shroud finde ich unglaublich wichtig.

Vessel of Endless Rest warum willst du das spielen? Wenn du Mana-Ramp willst, gehe am besten gleich zu den Signets: Gruul Signet Simic Signet Izzet Signet . Dann gibt es auch noch die Cluestones: Gruul Cluestone Simic Cluestone Izzet Cluestone

Deine Kreaturen sind teilweise recht teuer. Du musst natürlich austesten, wie das Deck läuft, aber ich würde zumindest zu Anfang die Daumenregel nutzen, dass man 38 Länder und 6 - 8 Mana-Artefakte spielt. Ich würde bei den teuren Kreaturen lieber mehr Mana als weniger spielen und dann vielleicht noch Karten spielen, in die du überschüssiges Mana pumpen kannst, wie River Hoopoe (nur als Beispiel, dass mir gerade einfällt). Ansonsten finde ich Hydras recht cool. Die kann man mit viel oder weniger Mana spielen und viele freuen sich sehr über das Trample, dass Surrak ihnen gibt. Außerdem kann man in viele Hydras auch später noch Mana pumpen. Schau mal hier: https://scryfall.com/search?as=grid&order=name&q=type%3Ahydra+commander%3AURG

Wenn du mit Paleoloth ein wenig in die "Power Matters" Schiene möchtest, wären vielleicht folgende Karten eine Sichtung wert: Drumhunter , Exuberant Firestoker , Mossbridge Troll (Wenn du Kreaturen mit Wachsamkeit nutzt, wird der völlig absurd), Mouth , Shamanic Revelation , Spearbreaker Behemoth , Where Ancients Tread .

Was mir auch aufgefallen ist: Du hast kein Removal. Ja, im Mehrspieler ist es immer besser, wenn man die anderen Spieler dazu überredet, ihr Removal zu nutzen, aber du wirst selber was brauchen um Bedrohungen die nur dich angehen zu beseitigen - oder einfach, um etwas zu tun wenn keiner der anderen Removal auf der Hand hat: Klassische Karten: Acidic Slime , Artifact Mutation , Beast Within , Blue Elemental Blast , Decimate , Krosan Grip , Manglehorn , Meteor Golem , Natural State , Nature's Claim , Pongify , Thrashing Brontodon Meine Geheimtipps: Bramblecrush , Broken Bond , Cindervines , Hull Breach , Hoard-Smelter Dragon , Descent of the Dragons (Damit kannst du auch deine eigenen kleinen Kreaturen zu Drachen machen), Unstable Obelisk (völlig unterbewertet), Storm the Citadel (deine Kreaturen haben Trampel, was ziemlich vernichtend sein kann)

chaoticmcunited on Dont worry about how much mana I have

1 month ago

I have the same deck (obviously a little different), which I haven't updated in about a year. This will help with that. After having played it a ton I'd say some of the most high impact cards you don't have are Elvish Guidance (talk about ramp! this guy kills), Bramblecrush (contributes as solid point removal), Song of the Dryads (deals with commanders in a humorous way), Harmonize , Shamanic Revelation . I could probably find some more but overall, I'd say the most effective thing I've found for going off with mana and ezuri pumps is having a lot of low-cost producers that also do stuff. Taunting Elf will win you tons of games (and can be regenerated by Ezuri). There's a one-drop elf I'm blanking on that taps to let you play an extra land each turn, which can be helpful for ramp. I could really go on but I have just ONE more lol. Rude Awakening can sometimes feel like a dead draw but it never is. Turns a game around.

As you can probably tell I have a passion for this deck. I love it, even though my friends do not.

Hope this helps!

CaptainFaps on Garruk Stuff

1 month ago

IF you wanted to keep the flavor, I use Bramblecrush as the signature spell.

Funkydiscogod on Muraganda Set

8 months ago

About the specific cards in the set:

Arc-trail Hardshell: Way too cheap compared to Bramblecrush and way too big compared to Mold Shambler. Needs to have a higher manacost and a smaller body.

Sharptooth Croc: He looks fairly balanced when compared to Two-Headed Zombie and Dross Crocodile, but for a Primal creature, I think the high power makes it too desirable to have Menace. To make it more of a choice, compared to the Zombie, I'd vote, make it a 3/2, Primal 1. Also, why does a Croc have the creature type "Alligator"?

Hunting Settlement: The ability that gives your creature Lifelink will prevent them from getting benefit from Muraganda Petroglyphs style-effects. I think that would be an unfortunate interaction. The ability should change.

Tibalt, Havoc-Bringer: should a mono-red planeswalker summon red and black critters?

Wooly Grazer: this ability would go perfect with Primal.

Ubo-luk's Idol: the wording is awkward, and the effect is insane powerful for the cost. It's like your own personal Wheel of Fate, but you're not forced to use it during a later upkeep, you can use it at any time. That card would be banned for the same reasons as Smuggler's Copter. Needs serious power reduction.

Ancient Gharial: They use the creature type Crocodile, now. Even Rootwater Alligator is officially a Crocodile in Oracle text.

Basking Plaeosaur: I'm not sure how much I like the "enter the battlefield" ability with Primal. IF you don't want to make it "Primal 2", then a sacrifice-type ability like Viridian Zealot would definitely be worth only +1/+1.

Bloodfall Axe: The equip cost is prohibitive. The Murderer's Axe cost worked because the set had a Madness theme. The effect is just Barbed Battlegear. It might work if it had a Skullclamp on death ability, to recover the cost.

Chieftain Ubo-Luk: I'd compare him to Sek'Kuar, Deathkeeper. He should make simple 1/1 red goblins (to stay on theme with "no abilities") whenever any nontoken creature you control dies, not just Goblins. I would say instead of giving an ability like Menace, (because it goes against the theme), it should be the simple "can't block" ability.

Clever Improvisor: It's insane that he makes better equipment than the Conch-tipped Spear. They should be +1/+1. Also, instead of making it every creature that enters the battlefield after him, just create 4 of them, kinda like a slower red Verdurous Gearhulk. Otherwise, there will be an ever-increasing supply of power that will never leave the battlefield.

Cloak of Leeches: I would say you should vote to avoid giving the creature an ability. Something like Blessing of Leeches would be interesting, since they no longer use regeneration.

Conch-tipped Spear: It's a No-Dachi. Can you do anything more on-theme, that doesn't give the equipped creature an ability?

Daelin's Spellbinder: This card seems almost too powerful. The "nontoken creature" thing is awkward. Can it be "discard a card" or something more elegant?

Diving Fluoraptor: His activated ability is too expensive. It could be the same as Bloodpyre Elemental without too much loss, or cost only 2 and stay instant.

Downpour: I think this effect has incredible potential. Instead of a sorcery with bulky rules text, an instant "Tap all Permanents" would basically be the same thing, with far more simplicity.

Egg Nabber: Just exile the card, and skip the craziness.

Encase in Magma: Cannot be allowed to enchant enchantments; it's not red's deal. It should just be a colorshifted Imprisoned in the Moon.

Enraging Provocation: I dislike having a temporary ability and a permanent effect on the same card. I don't have any examples of any cards that do this.

Enriching Pitcher Plant: Love it.

Enticing Pollen Spewer: I think it's too expensive, when we compare it to its symmetric counterpart: Rage Nimbus.

Fangs of the Terrosaur: Perfect equipment for this set.

Fight Once More: It seems out of place on a world where humans are basically cavemen. It would be more on theme with a set like Innistrad, but here it's not really on flavor with primitive tribal humans.

Flame-Spewing Ruckus: I don't understand how this card is meant to be used: the turn you play it, you could pump your two creatures with prowess triggers, but the goblin can't attack without Haste. It would be interesting to have an enchantment "whenever you play a noncreature spell, enchanted creature gets +1/+1 until end of turn" (because I don't think you want to avoid effects that give creatures abilities in this set).

Fossil Sage: This might not be the right card for this set, because reanimating a creature with an extra ability plays poorly with Primal. You will always want to not make the token Primal, so you can keep the indestructibility.

I'll write some more thoughts later, since I'm only up to F.

CavusCanis on Grafted Ponza

10 months ago

Geralf_Cecani! Thank you for your input! If I was building a more expensive deck, I would take a lot of these suggestions. One I will be adding is Magus of the Moon because of his 5.00 price.

One of the important goals is to keep this deck below 200, which takes Tarmogoyf out immediately. As for the value engine in Ghost Quarter and Ramunap Excavator , I'm trying to swerve away from the tempo strategy and simply win games as quickly as possible. Plus, with the amount of land destruction we already have, we can easily disrupt our opponent in the turns that matter so we can get far enough ahead that their removal proves futile, assuming they even get a land out. Ponza is inherently resilient to Control and Tron simply because of how seriously these problem matches lean on their mana bases for the right play each turn.

With that in mind, I put this up without a complete sideboard. I had meant to finish it, but it was late when I posted this deck. Your sideboard suggestions will definitely be put in, along with Magus. As for Bramblecrush, its technically a weaker Mwonvuli Acid-Moss, considering it doesn't get us ahead of our enemy except through removal, while the Moss has removal and ramp in one package. Again, that being said, Affinity and fair decks like Humans are probably some of the most problematic matches due to their ability to swarm a board with creatures before we can get their lands off the board. So we need sweepers, most likely Anger of the Gods, as well as Shatterstorm for Affinity.

This is the list I gathered my information from. I hope this post was helpful! Thank you for your feedback! :)

Geralf_Cecani on Grafted Ponza

10 months ago

As for the brawler, he's actually pretty good! A reliably 4/3 for 2 mana is venturing on goyf levels of awesomeness, especially early game. For more sideboard tech, Torpor Orb stops humans fairly reliably, which is a solid chunk of the meta rn. If you really wanna take out the brawler, Tarmogoyf is 100% your best bet. If your match up against burn is bad, chuck in a Life Goes On or a Leyline of Sanctity to counter those pesky bolts, but I doubt you would have any trouble in those match ups. Beast Within is bad in alot of matchups, as, unlike commander, a 3/3 beast is VERY relevant. Instead, use, I would say, Broken Bond, as exploring is by far worth the extra mana over Nature's Claim in your deck. And while I know beast hits lands, creatures and planeswalkers, destroying a creature just to give them a creature feels bad alot of the time, and with your aggro strategy, planeswalkers shouldn't be a problem. If you really want to hit lands tho, how about Bramblecrush? It doesn't hit creatures, costs and extra mana and is a sorcery, but ay, no 3/3 :P

legendofa on Spy Cat (with Primer!)

10 months ago

No room for blue, unfortunately... As a suggestion, with the amount of recursion you have, Novablast Wurm might be an interesting choice if you're looking for a wipe. On a smaller but more spot removal-y scale, Bramblecrush is a pretty versatile option. Honestly, all of the cards I was going to suggest are already in here. Great idea, solid execution.

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