Goblin Rabblemaster

Goblin Rabblemaster

Creature — Goblin Warrior

Other Goblin creatures you control attack each turn if able.

At the beginning of combat on your turn, create a 1/1 red Goblin creature token with haste.

Whenever Goblin Rabblemaster attacks, it gets +1/+0 until end of turn for each other attacking Goblin.

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Merfolk vs. Goblins (DDT) Rare
Magic 2015 (M15) Rare
Promo Set (000) Rare

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Pioneer Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Goblin Rabblemaster occurrence in decks from the last year


All decks: 0.07%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%

Red: 0.25%

Goblin Rabblemaster Discussion

Oloro_Magic on Help needed with SkredRed build

1 day ago


First off welcome back to modern, it's been a while I see and yeah... things haven't been too kind to Skred Red, first off I will say that the current lists are likely temur now, here is an example:

https://www.mtggoldfish.com/archetype/modern-temur-midrange-165516#paperTEMUR MIDRANGE

That's just to give you an idea of where snow as an archetype has gone nowadays but let's talk about classic skred red. Basically you want to get yourself 4 Arcum's Astrolabe right away, the card quite frankly is broken, it replaces itself and ups your skred snow count right away. Here is a list from MTUgin that I am a fan of:

MTUgin's Deck


2 Frostwalk Bastion

2 Scrying Sheets

18 Snow-Covered Mountain


2 Eternal Scourge

2 Seasoned Pyromancer

1 Hazoret the Fervent

2 Stormbreath Dragon


1 Chandra, Acolyte of Flame

2 Chandra, Torch of Defiance

2 Koth of the Hammer


4 Lightning Bolt

4 Skred

3 Anger of the Gods


3 Relic of Progenitus

4 Arcum's Astrolabe

4 Mind Stone

1 Ratchet Bomb


3 Blood Moon


2 Goblin Rabblemaster

3 Simian Spirit Guide

2 Chandra, Awakened Inferno

2 Shattering Spree

2 Pillage

2 Pithing Needle

2 Dragon's Claw

That list can use a lot of work, for example I think Blast Zone is likely just better than the ratchet bomb, and another little Chandra could be played, but it should give you something to work from. Skred right now can be a little weird, Primeval Titan decks are very good right now meaning being the Blood Moon deck isn't a bad place to be, but you really do lack any meaningful sideboard cards. I'd probably cut the SSG's for Damping Sphere which is also good against titan and storm. If your meta turns out to be a ton of titan you should be decently positioned otherwise one of skred's biggest problems in this day and age is what is becoming the end all and be all of the modern format and that is game actions per turn. Skred has a very low count on this and thus is inherently behind decks like amulet or urza which are doing many things a turn. Now, again Blood Moon can just win games but it is a concern. The temur build solves this problem some but is a very different deck.

As for having to buy new cards, its a reality all us modern players have had to face, 2019 produced a LOT of staple cards: Wrenn and Six, Teferi, Time Raveler, Urza, Lord High Artificer, Arcum's Astrolabe, and Oko, Thief of Crowns to name a few. In a way Skred has a lot less than most decks so there is that to look forward to I guess. My advice to you though is just cast moon, you can update as you go, moon will steal you games while you do. If I were you I would prioritise the Chandra's and Seasoned Pyromancer both seem good here. Let me know what your meta looks like I'd be happy to help you out with a sideboard!

Good draws!

Flooremoji on skred

2 days ago

The last Skred lists I have seen all play a playset of:

Ensnaring Bridge, Chalice of the Void, Blood Moon Simian Spirit Guide, Desperate Ritual along with varying numbers of Pyretic Ritual. They usualy have the bulk of board wipes in the side, and have Goblin Rabblemaster in the three drop creature slot.

All this information is all wrong if mono-red-prison and Skred have recently seperated into different decks :)

GhostChieftain on Pillowfort Win

2 weeks ago

I need to ask, how do you feel about tutors or infinite combos because I have more suggestions if you are okay with either. As far as token producers though, Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer, Dragonmaster Outcast, Elspeth, Sun's Champion, Followed Footsteps, Goblin Assault, Goblin Rabblemaster, Helm of the Host, Legion Warboss, Loyal Apprentice, Luminarch Ascension, Mechanized Production * , Mirrodin Besieged * , Outlaws' Merriment, Regna, the Redeemer, The Locust God, Thopter Spy Network. These are all things that make tokens every turn. The ones noted with * are also alternate win cons.

UncleBobbyB on Overpopulation

2 weeks ago

IGOTURPACKAGE why have I not seen Goblin Rabblemaster. This is a crucial card for goblin decks. Very nice suggestion.

CaptCreek on krenko is finally competitive

1 month ago

Legion Warboss is pretty much a strictly better Goblin Rabblemaster since the Warboss doesn't make all of your goblins have to attack. He also pumps up your little guys with his mentor ability.

griffstick on I need a token deck...

1 month ago

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Also. Any opportunity to build a token deck is right up my ally. Feel free to call on me to help build token decks.

My I suggest you build a token deck around Iroas, God of Victory . Since white is the main color of token production you must pick a cmdr with white. However the things on iroas do exactly what you want without repercussion. Attack with tokens and creatures and not lose on the transaction. This will be a deck that feels aggro. You run cards like Brimaz, King of Oreskos , Goblin Rabblemaster , Hanweir Garrison , Hero of Bladehold , Krenko, Tin Street Kingpin , Legion Warboss , Leonin Warleader , Silverwing Squadron , Skyknight Vanguard , Tilonalli's Summoner , Assemble the Legion , and Outlaws' Merriment , then there's also sorcery spells and instant spells in these colors that produce massive tokens. Spells from Tempt with Vengeance to Storm Herd .

pskinn01 on Why should someone play boros? ...

1 month ago

Boros is usually I turn things sideways to advance my game. Attack early and often. Unfortunately unless you can keep the pressure up it can run out of steam. Ramp and card draw are issues you need to address in the deck building phase. Smothering Tithe is a good ramp option. Skullclamp is a good option if running a token theme or subtheme.

If you add black, I'd suggest Edgar Markov - it's a vampire themed deck that can get strong at casual tables even on a budget.

As far as boros goes, I use Iroas. I play it as a go wide token deck with Cathars' Crusade , Impact Tremors , and creatures that put token into play when attacking. I have an old list on here ( Hammer Time ), but its a 2 years old list and has seen many revisions to increase the token production like adding Goblin Rabblemaster and the new krenko to the deck. The deck is fun to me. But I love decks that can go wide or tall or both, with some combo potential thrown in.

Although neither my old list, nor my current one is budget, most of the token producers are lower value cards. If you want to go this way reach out and I can give ideas of cards to look at for the deck. I will try to update the deck sometime tomorrow to it's current configuration, as there are many new cards in there from recent sets like the flyer that produces soldiers when it attacks.

RNR_Gaming on Gobbos Galore

1 month ago

So I know lands aren't the most fun thing in magic but Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx and Cavern of Souls will definitely buff up the success rate of wins and consistency. Additionally, you asked for cheap goblins that produce more goblins Goblin Rabblemaster and Legion Warboss may help you in that endeavor. Lastly, I'd highly recommend some stax pieces like Magus of the Moon and Blood Moon they synergize with your lords and give your goblins evasion all while crippling your opponents mana base.

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