At the beginning of your upkeep, reveal the top card of your library. If it's a land card, put it into your graveyard and repeat this process.
Whenever a land card is put into your graveyard from anywhere, put a +1/+1 counter on Countryside Crusher.
Another option is to add unblockable to Countryside Crusher. You could drop 4 mountains and add 4 Rogue's Passage. They are still lands so would not slow the growth of your dude. another option is drop 2 Rouse the Mob and throw in 2 Whispersilk Cloak. due to the mana to both cast and equip it could slow you down by 1 turn though. I would have to playtest it to check it's over all effectivness.
You should take out Fatal Frenzy. Having Fling is good enough, and clearing up a card for an extra land makes it so there's less chance to pull a non-land card when Countryside Crusher is doing his thing.
Love the deck idea but name is misleading. You could not play Countryside Crusher until turn 3. He wouldn't grow until upkeep of turn 4. you get a plus 1 from me though due to the beautiful simplicity. As an added bonus it's dirt cheap to build :)
Things I'd Remove - 12 cards.
Haze Frog doesn't seem to match the theme. I think you have enough offense that you don't need defense.Vigor is nasty, but also doesn't capitalize on what this deck does well. I think you can do a lot with a pair of 6 CMC slots. Splinter Twin I don't think will do much good. Life from the Loam is probably unnecessary. You'll be playing them straight from the graveyard. No need to put them in your hand first.
Things I'd Add
I would highly recommend Exploration, Azusa, Lost but Seeking, and Oracle of Mul Daya to really kick in the land cycling. These coupled with lands you can sacrifice (preferably ones that don't come into play tapped) would allow you to dump the lands, pump up your Countryside Crusher and pull the lands back out, to use them again that same turn. Double the mana and creature inflation with the same move. Hardened Scales would also ramp up both the Countryside Crusher and Goblin Razerunners. Along those lines, Khalni Heart Expedition and/or Zektar Shrine Expedition could be interesting. Crucible of Worlds is your single point of failure/success with this deck. I'd find a way to make sure it finds its way onto the battlefield every game or make sure you can get it back (Buried Ruin.
MyPreciousGollum, Not of This World is already in the sideboard and Spawnsire of Ulamog seems like too much of a mana commitment. Even for this deck is a lot, but I'll test it out and see what happens
Hey everyone, so after scouring TappedOut I never found a truly comprehensive and all-encompassing guide to make those awesome deck descriptions some of the more experienced users can make with HTML. I've looked at the original formatting help post and while that was helpful there was still a lot I had to find out on my own and still have yet to learn.
For example, I found out you can make the following symbols: (Type them in without spaces)
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Here is how you can embed pictures into your description: < img src="Link to Picture Here" > Except remove the spaces I put between what you have to type and the < and the >.
If anyone has experience with any of these things and would care to post a little tutorial here I think it would be awesome to share the knowledge of making cool deck descriptions and have a more polished look for decks all across TappedOut.
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