Charging Badger

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Format Legality
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Pauper Legal

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Set Rarity
Born of the Gods Common

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Charging Badger

Creature — Badger

Trample

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Charging Badger Discussion

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

1 month 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?

lithium142 on Nature's Wave

1 month ago

I turned Charging Badger into a hydra once... =P

ginko2580 on

3 months ago

Charging Badger? lol, I'd love to see this guy work.

Eilel on OP Standard YOLO

3 months ago

Most op deck for standard I have ever seen! Love it although I would suggest Charging Badger for your main board instead of Emrakul, the Promised End. Charging Badger will just give you a major advantage!

Storm Crow would be amazing for your sideboard!

Burl on Modern Badger Fun

3 months ago

I love Charging Badger

Burl on My Retarded Deck

3 months ago

This deck needs a Charging Badger

ZomBee_Hunt on How does the Combat Step ...

3 months ago

Scenario one: Neither creature will damage. Once a creature is considered blocked, it is blocked even if the creature that blocks it dies. The only situation in which a creature that has been blocked will do damage is if it has trample. For instance if Charging Badger attacked and was blocked but the blocker was killed. IT will do one damage because it doesnt have to assign any damage to the creature that died and the one can hit the player

Scenario 2: If you kill the creature before blockers are declared, you do not need to declare any blockers. A creature not in play can not assign any combat damage.

Scenario 3: Since typhoid rats was already a blocker at the time it was tapped, it is still blocking the creature and they both die. IF they used it before the declare blockers step then it couldnt block.

Scenario 4: You will still need to block if you do not want to take damage. Untapping a creature does not remove it from combat unless it specifically says it does Maze of Ith.

Scenario 5: This one depends on how it was played it. Sometimes players shortcut and saygoing to combat and show what creatures they are going to attack without passing priority. You have to pass priority as you enter combat, once in combat active player has priority and can declare attackers before NAP is able to respond. The tournament official will probably say back up the short cut before entering combat, if it is a higher end torunement (PTQ, PT, GP) you

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