Countryside Crusher

Countryside Crusher

Creature — Giant Warrior

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.

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Countryside Crusher Discussion

Draw_Wurm on Helping you brew and brewing ...

10 hours ago

Hey MadKat take a look at this for a unique angle/brew:

They Knight be Giants

Modern Draw_Wurm


It's based on Knight of the Reliquary, Sin Prodder and Countryside Crusher synergies with fetch lands Boom/Bust and Ghost Quarter. Tested it yesterday v.s. B/W tokens and it seemed to hang together fairly well. Maybe board has other things I'm looking at. The core numbers for crusher, prodder and knight seem fine. Birds over AEther Vial. Mixture of a large number of fetches and utility lands, and then removal and utility spells. See what you think!!

losebot on Izzet Spiral Hunt

1 day ago

lagotripha That's true. Lighting Storm would definitely be better. I think some mix like 1x Lightning Storm and 1x Countryside Crusher would be interesting to test out as well.

For now I'm just going to keep Spiraling Embers as the wincon simply because nobody else is running it in Treasure Hunt decks.

cak01vej on Countryside Roulette

1 month ago

Blotterhead, Cavern of Souls is in there to prevent your opponents from countering Countryside Crusher since there are nothing like Elixir of Immortality in the deck you have no way of getting it back from the grave.

freakingShane on 11.7% OF THE TIME, IT WORKS EVERY TIME.

1 month ago

I don't know if I played it the right way, but it took me 17 mulligans to get Countryside Crusher. Played him turn three, milled a mountain, library had Fatal Frenzy. So he had a +1/+1 and got interrupted.

Turn four I milled 49 mountains, I believe, then played Frenzy to swing for 104 with trample. I don't know if I should mulligan to have both cards in my hand or what, because at that point the percentile would be very low, correct?

Anyway, very fun and cool turn 4 victory (if all goes well). You got a +1 from me, and if my Purphoros, Forger of Goblins deck could upvote, you would have one more! (Shameless deck advertisement...hahaha!)

Seriously though, fun deck and I would love to use this on an unsuspecting foe and make them say, "Smells like Bigfoot's dick!"

ManaTitheGuy on Loam assault: Jund vs R/G

1 month ago

I completely agree DevoidMage.

I had put in some reps online, but that was while making revisions as well. So getting some RL matches in will definitely help a lot.

And yes, how on earth do i get three scapeshift match ups in a room full of 80 players? I am hopeful not to have that happen again.

So thoughts on running 2 Ghost Quarter? I know having 2 & 3 in Countryside Crusher and Seismic Assault tells my gut not to. Not sure if it's worth it in most match ups..

Draw_Wurm on The title's better than the ...

1 month ago

So I've been toying around with this landfall/lands in the graveyard brew riffing on Countryside Crusher, Sin Prodder and Knight of the Reliquary.

They Knight be Giants

Modern Draw_Wurm


It feels fairly decent but not sure if I should be running Plated Geopede, Retreat to Emeria and a few other things in the maybe board. Looking to shape it to a level where it's competitive for FNM before I purchase and sleeve up (particularly because some of the lands are expensive)

Rhadamanthus on Loam assault: Jund vs R/G

1 month ago

I've been playing this list off and on for quite a while: Modern Loam Assault. I really enjoy the additional options for removal and disruption that B/R/G offers over straight R/G. Of the times the mana base didn't work out during a game, almost all of them were directly my fault.

To me, Young Pyromancer is either a mainboard card or nothing at all. Powered by Life from the Loam, Raven's Crime, and Flame Jab, it serves as an alternate win condition. You already have Countryside Crusher and Tarmogoyf as alternate wincons so you might not need the Pyromancer if you prefer playing with the others. I personally like Pyromancer a lot. It also works a lot better with Smallpox than either Crusher or Goyf would, and I really like Smallpox as well.

ManaTitheGuy on Loam assault: Jund vs R/G

1 month ago

Hey sylvannos,Thank you for chiming in. You make some great points. And all this great advice has given me a lot to work with. I am considering Young Pyromancer, likely as SB atm. Mainly to throw off the post board gy hate. But I see all the points on a viable MB option as well.

I do like Smallpox. It was at one brief point in my initial 60 but I moved it out to test other options.

I really like Countryside Crusher he and The Gitrog Monster were my primary reasons for getting this deck to where it is now. So he's in, at least for now. Tarmogoyf Is great, but I am not 100% sold he's a permanent fixture. Mainly because I will be borrowing a friends set, but also because many people are prepared to deal with goyf quickly.

I may have to hunt down a set of Golgari Brownscale's, also looking at Jaddi Offshoot and Scavenging Ooze for lifegain options.

Your card suggestions at the end of your post are all good, but I think they are looking for a slightly different home that what I have now.

Wow soo much to do before tonight!!! HAHA!

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

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Modern Masters Rare
Morningtide Rare

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