Giant Growth

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Target creature gets +3/+3 until end of turn.

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Giant Growth Discussion

Epochalyptik on Instants like giant growth

16 hours ago

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Giant Growth

Blockers are declared all at once. You can't change the declaration after it has been made. However, there is a round of priority after the declaration. During this round of priority, players may cast spells and activate abilities. What your opponent did was perfectly legal.

magicnerd0815 on Instants like giant growth

16 hours ago

If you already declared that you don't block he wins. The combat phase consists of five steps: begining of combat where everybody can cast instants or cards with flash or activate abilities. Next step is the declare attackers step where the player whose turn it is declares wich of his creatures attack then again everybody can cast instant or spells with flash or activate abilities. Then comes the declare blockers step wich is the crucial time in your question. In the declare blockers step the defending player (in thos case you) declares how his creatures block. After that everybody has again the opportunity to cast instants or activate abilities. If your friend casts his Giant Growth now you already declared that you don't block his creature. Then we get to the combat damage step where the creature deals five damage to you. This puts at zero life so you're that. After the damage step would then come the end of combat where again everybody can cast instants or activate abilities.

RemzZz on BUG Infect

1 day ago

Hi, i like ur Deck +1 - i would defnetly cut of Giant Growth to add 4 Might of Old Krosa and i would add 4 Noble Hierarch for Rancor and Wild Defiance to get the exaltet buff and the Mana ability.

Here is my Legacy Infect Deck which is pretty consistend and succsesful, perhaps u can get some inspiration out of it. Lets infect.

I need to disagree with kamarupa because proliferate is just to slow for an Infect Deck like this.

Jeah it is a different way to use infect, but i would say not an effective way. At least not with this Cardbase. If u would play for example a Controll version, it could be different.

After T4-T5 it is really getting hard to keep up with other Decks and therefor u need fast and cheap Spells. Ive made the experiance that 8 out of 10 games are won in turn 3, 1 in turn 2 and 1 in turn 4 (with infect). After Turn 4 its really getting hard and nearly impossible to win against an competitiv Deck because the benefit u got through out ur speed is gone and ur little infect guys are easely destroyed by ur opponent.

DX5 on Tribal Zoo on a budget

2 days ago

Needs four Kird Ape and maybe four Giant Growth

I would also try to get 2 more Mutagenic Growth to finish off that playset.

I also think you need 4 Lightning Bolt and need them main boarded if for some reason you ran into something like Ensnaring Bridge you can still do some damage.

You could also get some cheap dual but useful dual lands such as Clifftop Retreat Rootbound Crag and Sunpetal Grove . A few of all of those would be nice in here.

All your enchantments could be replaced by better cards if you address the mana with better lands.

TheGamer on

2 days ago

Ichorclaw Myr is a great infect creature. And to protect your creatures, I would go Vines of Vastwood in place of Giant Growth

TheGamer on

3 days ago

Infect is all about taking a small infect creature like Glistener Elf , and pump it up to huge amounts. Consider the following pump spells:

Might of Old Krosa , Giant Growth , Mutagenic Growth , Groundswell , and Vines of Vastwood .

haysmafia1 on Infect new generation

6 days ago

My theory on infect is that you should be trying to inflict 10 poison counters on your opponent as fast as possible. In my experience, if the match lasts too long, then you will probably not have a chance. That being said, you should be attempting a turn 3/4 kill. The way I approach this is to get cheap creatures out as fast as possible and pump them up fast & cheap then swing for large chunks of damage.

Check out my deck for example: Golgari Infect.

I would remove your 4 & 5 CMC creatures, Sword of Fire & Ice (too expensive), and Liliana's and replace with instant pumps like: Vines of Vastwood , Giant Growth , Groundswell , Titanic Growth

williamgp99 on Black lotus is legal in ...

1 week ago

Gah! I knew I counted something wrong -_-

Several other T1 wins though:

I think pretty much every combo will either have a) 3-4 Black Lotus or b) Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx shenanigans.

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Color(s) Green
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Avg. cube pick 12.14

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MTGO Legal
Heirloom Legal
Standard Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Modern Legal
Pauper Legal

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Magic 2014 Common
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2011 Core Set Common
Duel Decks: Garruk vs. Liliana Common
2010 Core Set Common
Masters Edition II Common
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Tenth Edition Common
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Fifth Edition Common
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Revised Edition Common
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Limited Edition Alpha Common
Promo set for Gatherer Rare

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