Charging Badger


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Hero Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Heirloom Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
MTGO Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Magic Duels Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Born of the Gods (BNG) Common

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Charging Badger

Creature — Badger


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Charging Badger Discussion

Not_Sure on Lifelink question

5 days ago

If Felidar Sovereign were to deal damage equal to its power either through attacking, blocking, Fighting, or any other "deals damage equal to its power" effect; to a Charging Badger. Would the attacker still gain four health even though the defending creatures toughness is one?

E_Slumb on Selesnya conclave

4 months ago

The way i see it, this deck tries to control early game and ramp into huge threats late. But there are not enough early ramp stuff like Harrow or Cultivate.

If you fail to ramp early with this deck, you will be left with expensive to cast spells stuck in your hand most of the time.

So i would suggest cut down cheap creatures that don't push toward the strategy like Charging Badger and the odd life gain stuff like Heroes' Reunion.

Then try to find a strong or unique (and fun) theme to emphasize on as the main Win condition. How about adding Omnath, Locus of Mana for a start?

TMBRLZ on I own every Chandra

7 months ago

There's a local player who collects Charging Badger and another local player who collects Titan of Eternal Fire because they're "good cards."

Myself personally no.

Dawson_Von_Darkcastle on Mono G Miracles

8 months ago

some other creature options, if you're interested, could be Charging Badger or Ornithopter.

Charging Badger: any pump spell will almost always go through. Ornithopter: turn 1 flyer w/ any turn 2 pump spell will mean direct damage.

some other pump spells could be Blossoming Defense, Fistful of Force, or Predator's Strike.

Blossoming Defense: a pump spell that tricks your opponent into wasting a removal spell. Predator's Strike: a pump spell that makes any 1/1 hexproof into a 4/4 trample hexproof. Fistful of Force: +2/+2 first, then reveal scry, if you higher cmc, another +2/+2 & trample. this also helps you set up for miracles.

And, since this is an aggressive strategy, may I recommend Fog. since you will attacking each turn, stopping his assault would definitely give you a turn advantage.

also, you seem to be going all pump, but a card like Rancor would be very effective. especially if, somehow, your opponent was able to get rid of your creature.

I hope that this comment can help you in your future builds.

dragonforce60 on Modern Crabs

8 months ago

Obelisk is such a nice addition! This reminds me of when I brought a Charging Badger build to Modern

Pinewoodboy0324 on Charging Badgers only! (Sort of)

9 months ago

I am trying to put together a deck that is mostly Charging Badger. Any suggestions to make it fun and semi consistent.

The decklist would be like 25 badger, 22 land (with Evolving Wilds) and some extra space or just more badgers. I feel I need a draw engine of some sort though.

Thanks and Happy Hunting.

The7thBobba on What's for dinner? Shadows and rust.

11 months ago

hardhitta71194, thank you so much :D he would be cool to have in there for that extra punch. Maybe Charging Badger could have a spot? Anyways, I figured 4xrancor would give me the nevessary trample, but it might be a tad on the light side?

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