Goblin Charbelcher


Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Eternal Masters (EMA) Rare
Mirrodin (MRD) Rare

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Goblin Charbelcher


, : Reveal cards from the top of your library until you reveal a land card. Goblin Charbelcher deals damage equal to the number of nonland cards revealed this way to target creature or player. If the revealed land card was a Mountain, Goblin Charbelcher deals double that damage instead. Put the revealed cards on the bottom of your library in any order.

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Goblin Charbelcher Discussion

studajew on Godfather Death (Horobi EDH)

1 month ago

babushkasara I checked out your deck and I am happy to say I am adding Mirage Mirror in over Goblin Charbelcher. That is the definition of over-powered in horobi. Don't know how I missed that before now.

Now for cards like Tooth of Chiss-Goria and Scale of Chiss-Goria I am not a big fan. They fall into the category of only being good if horobi is on the field. That's why I was originally using cards like Goblin Charbelcher and Dauthi Embrace. Both still have effects that can use if I'm starting to fall behind. But to be fair our decks have totally different styles.

What other cards on my list were puzzling you? I'd be happy to tell you why they're here.

babushkasara on Godfather Death (Horobi EDH)

1 month ago

I love Horobi and your deck looks really good. You've got some stuff I don't really understand the rationale behind,like Goblin Charbelcher though.

My deck, Horobi Jankness might have some ideas for you, if you're interested. Victimize is amazing and I also recommend Tooth of Chiss-Goria and Scale of Chiss-Goria.

40fy on The Ultimate Budget Way to Troll EVERYONE

2 months ago

With no lands in your deck, activating Goblin Charbelcher lets you stack your deck in an order of your choice. I don't know if it is useful in this case, but I feel like it can't be a bad thing either.

sylvannos on Most Consistent Early Turn Win

3 months ago

I have to agree with Murpy: Academy-Belcher (or the People's Cannon) is probably the fastest deck with the most consistent turn 1 kill in any format. Although, I prefer the version which uses Land Grant (find Tropical Island so Goblin Charbelcher always kills) and Living Wish (grab Tolarian Academy out of the sideboard).

@StonedJesus: lmao kid you're not even using Tolarian Academy, Tinker, Voltaic Key, moxen, Black Lotus, or Time Vault. The fuck outta here with that tryhard casual bullshit.

thehumanjukebox on JLK's Grenzo l Game Knights #16

3 months ago

I think it's a total shame you didn't put Opal Palace in this list, as it allows you to make Grenzo slightly bigger every time your opponents remove him, which boosts the power of his ability, plus it isn't an expensive card. Some other cards I would put on the "maybe" list for this deck would be: Illusionist's Bracers, Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker, Ravenous Chupacabra, Zealous Conscripts, Herald of Leshrac, Neheb, the Eternal, Goblin Charbelcher is just DUMB in this deck, Crucible of Worlds, and maybe Purphoros, God of the Forge.

Murpy on Most Consistent Early Turn Win

3 months ago

StonedJesus there are much more consistent and fast decks. The deck you have provided is not only not legal in any format, but additionally cannot win on the first turn of the game. If you are looking for the most consistent possible modern turn one win deck, omnarscience is likely the most capable, but is fragile and not that likely to win turn one in the first place. Omnarscience. If you are looking for the most consistent legacy turn one win deck, check out Oops, All Spells. While inconsistent and also very much a glass cannon, Oops All Spells is much more powerful than omnarscience.(http://www.mtggoldfish.com/deck/613321#paper). For vintage, the most powerful turn one win deck would be VSL monoblue belcher, which aims to kill its opponent on the first turn with Goblin Charbelcher. It is very consistent and powerful, and is likely the most explosive of any deck you can play in a Magic format. (https://vintagesuperleague.com/2014/12/16/the-peoples-hammer/).

sylvannos on I'm beginner. I need help ...

5 months ago

@Rakashi: The best way to deal with tokens is Anger of the Gods and/or Pyroclasm.

Skullcrack is an excellent sideboard card for dealing with infinite life combos and lifegain in general. Typically, you don't want them maindeck in Delver. Naya Burn likes them main, however.

Dynavolt Tower, Goblin Charbelcher, and Aetherflux Reservoir are more "build around me" cards. They're the kind of thing you have to design your entire deck to win with in order to work in Modern.

Grim Lavamancer is a great choice. He works best when you have fetchlands (on top of a high amount of instants and sorceries).

Jori En, Ruin Diver isn't bad, only he gets hit by every kill spell in the format (Fatal Push, Lightning Bolt, and so on). If you really want to play Jori En, Ruin Diver, toss it in the sideboard. Bring it in against decks like Fish or Collected Company that tend to go light on cards that outright kill things.

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