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

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Set Rarity
MTG: Commander Common
Lorwyn Common

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Creature — Elemental


When Faultgrinder enters the battlefield, destroy target land.

Evoke (4)(Red) (You may play this spell for its evoke cost. If you do, it's sacrificed when it enters the battlefield.)

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Faultgrinder Discussion

benelas16 on

2 months ago

Also don't forget about Faerie Macabre, Ricochet Trap, Faultgrinder

lagotripha on What the Deus...where'd my land go?

3 months ago

Land destruction- Traditionally, the rush to 5 lands has been for Plow Under, with Molten Rain, Rain of Tears, Boom/Bust/Darksteel Citadel, Acidic Slime, Mwonvuli Acid-Moss and so forth for pure land destruction, but using Deus of Calamity for beatdown is interesting. Spells like Anger of the Gods will likely be useful to cut down early aggression for opponents and some classic ramping elves could provide devotion and help reach that 'I'm hitting you and you can't stop me' stage. not a fan of hedonist compared to something like Elvish Mystic, but both would probably be the right thing, and let you fill those higher mana slots simpler. All told, Avalanche Riders/Goblin Ruinblaster/Acidic Slime/Faultgrinder/Incendiary Command/Stingmoggie in the top slots and some ramp will perform reasonably well. If you want to go the hasty beatdown with land destruction to hold off control decks, something like Alpha Authority or Bear Umbra will be good. Best of luck

MrMcDouble on Grixis Delve?

7 months ago

In any delve strategy you should be playing Thought Scour. It gives you card advantage and grows the graveyard. Sibsig Muckdraggers seems to be working backwards in your favor as it is not a very good threat and makes your graveyard smaller as it is cast. Fulminator Mage is straight up better than Faultgrinder in my opinion and tightens the mana curve. I am liking the game plan that the deck is trying to achieve and tombstalker is an excellent threat to end games.

Lanzo493 on Bring Back The Red Dead

8 months ago

If you want more land destruction, there's always Faultgrinder and Goblin Gardener, but I'm against those kinds of cards anyway. Mostly, though, it's because my meta isn't very competitive and doesn't have good land destruction targets.

Duplicant is a powerful option with Feldon because it can get rid of almost any creature that's ailing you. Chancellor of the Forge is my favorite goblin token maker because he gets so big so easily. Steel Hellkite is just about red's only answer to enchantments, so that could be a good card for you if you run into that problem.

The last two cards I'll suggest are not creatures, but still good. Mesmeric Orb lets you mill yourself for free, but it can help the other players. Lastly, I think that All Is Dust is the perfect boardwipe for a deck with a lot of colorless artifacts and creatures that don't stay dead. Well, these are just my opinions from the experiences I've had with my deck Feldon Never Gets Any Love. Feel free to accept or reject anything I say.

Squirrel_of_War on Sympathy for the delver (Modern Mardu)

1 year ago

Just thought of some other awesome options. Dead Drop, Tombstalker, Gurmag Angler, Murderous Cut, Necropolis Fiend, Shambling Attendants, Sibsig Muckdraggers, and Sultai Scavenger could all be possible main deck options. Faultgrinder and Ingot Chewer for the sideboard. Some of these may be decent options for what you're going for of course you would have to balance the delve aspect. I think you ahould remove Tasigur, the Golden Fang because you can't activate his ability 9based on your current mana base) and you can't play both since he is a Legend.

MagicMarc on Land destruction

1 year ago

Hello, Nice deck. I wanted to make a suggestion in case you have not looked at this before. There is a great common card to combo with your Stingmoggie called Forced Adaptation. This would basically let you never run out of counters to remove from your Stingmoggie. Even better, getting more than one is not that bad since you could play it on your finishers either the Thundering Tanadon or Faultgrinder.