Raging Goblin

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Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
2010 Core Set Common
Duel Decks: Elves vs. Goblins Common
Tenth Edition Common
Ninth Edition Common
Eighth Edition Common
Seventh Edition Common
Beatdown Box Set Common
Starter 1999 Common
Classic Sixth Edition Common
Anthologies Common
Portal Second Age Common
Exodus Common
Portal Common

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Raging Goblin

Creature — Goblin Berserker

Haste (This creature can attack and Tap as soon as it comes under your control.)

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Raging Goblin Discussion

LeaPlath on Goblin

4 days ago

Raging Goblin could be Legion Loyalist and be better.

Why nothing like Goblin Piledriver or Goblin Ringleader?

55death on Goblinpalooza

1 month ago

CaptSillva I do see your point about Goblin Charbelcher for this deck build at least. In mine, it's more built for just slamming an opponent if I run out of options. I do run a little more mountains than he does. As for Raging Goblin I still like him in a deck just because if he is in your opening hand you can at least get a goblin out and rolling even if he hits for 1. I do have to say I do prefer my deck build since I know what it can do. I might have him still in but can't remember if off the top of my head. As for Patron of the Akki I do see your point although instead of sacking the commander I would rather sack a token, more punch for the price.

55death on Goblinpalooza

1 month ago

CaptSillva I do see your point about Goblin Charbelcher for this deck build at least. In mine, it's more built for just slamming an opponent if I run out of options. I do run a little more mountains than he does. As for Raging Goblin I still like him in a deck just because if he is in your opening hand you can at least get a goblin out and rolling even if he hits for 1. I do have to say I do prefer my deck build since I know what it can do. I might have him still in but can't remember if off the top of my head. As for Patron of the Akki I do see your point although instead of sacking the commander I would rather sack a token, more punch for the price.

55death on Goblinpalooza

1 month ago

I have to disagree with CaptSillva when it comes to Raging Goblin and Goblin Charbelcher. But the rest of the cards I agree with. If you want this to be a competitive Goblin deck then you need to have fast and hard hitting goblins in it. My Let the Goblins Escape 2.0 where I can win turn 3 if not turn 4 pretty fast. I am still updating that list as I go as well. Most of the cards that CaptSillva has recommended I agree with not too sure about Patron of the Akki however but that is more to your preference.

CaptSillva on Goblinpalooza

2 months ago

Zada, Hedron Grinder, Raging Goblin, Monastery Swiftspear, Goblin Spelunkers, Goblin Charbelcher, Sword of the Paruns, Howl of the Horde, Hamletback Goliath, Burst Lightning, Collateral Damage, Shock, Searing Blood, and Spark Jolt.

These are the weakest cards in the deck. Zada lacks any synergy in this deck making him a 3/3 goblin for four mana which is a very poor card. Raging Goblin and Swiftspear don't really do enough for commander. Goblin Spelunkers is just a low quality card. Charbelcher, Paruns, Howl, and Hamletback are all decent cards but are a bit too mana intensive for this deck. The rest are single target burn spells and these are very weak for a few reasons. In commander you will have more than one opponent and each will start with 40 health so you wouldn't be able kill them with burn spells alone. Also creatures tend to be bigger in size, so 2-3 damage isn't always enough to kill anything important.

ticked-off-squirrel on Krenko, many goblins.... too many goblins

2 months ago

hmm. hmm. looking it over this deck is pretty solid. just missing one or two things but they very minor. I would include a Goblin Chariot, Raging Goblin, and an Outpost Siege. and if I had to add one more? a Dogpile. but overall this deck is fairly solid. +1

Armaros92 on Hell

2 months ago

In all honesty I'm not certain that Harsh Scrutiny and Duress are up to speed if you're playing aggro. I get the benefits, but you want to pump out creatures quick and hit with them before your opponent gets the chance to stabilise.

Consider Blightning instead of Rakdos's Return. It's at about 0.70 a piece right now and for CMC 3 you get 3 damage and 2 discard instead of just a value of 1 for X meaning 1 damage and 1 discard. Blightning is more cost-efficient and especially in aggro you want to hit hard and fast, not wait until you can pump up your spell to X=6 or 7.

I run a similar list and included Alesha, Who Smiles at Death and some extra unleash creatures such as Gore-House Chainwalker. The second fits the hell theme quite well, and should it be dead, attack with Alesha, tap two black mana and you've got an extra 3/2 swinging out from your graveyard. Of course she can bring back the Gifted Aetherborn as well for a sudden deathtouch getting in for 2.

Another thing to consider is bringing in more hasty beasties, like Monastery Swiftspear or Raging Goblin for a 1-drop to get in right away.

Another 2-drop to consider is Ash Zealot for both first strike and haste, and depending on who you play against some great graveyard hate, but even without that this is a nice hitter for turn two.

Emzed on Eldritch Dragons 2.0

2 months ago

Happy i could help :)
Kitchen Finks is a great card and the perfect creature for your needs. Eternal Witness is just as fitting, but limiting yourself to 1-2 copies seems right, since drawing too many of them can be become awkward with nothing meaningful to return. It's just a 2/1, so its ability really has to deliver. Unfortunately, Eldritch Evolution exiles itself upon resolution. (However, there are matchups where it's quite powerful to have Eternal Witnesses returning eachother in a loop whenever one of them dies. But those matchups are too infrequent to justify more than 2 copies in my opinion.)
As for other 3-drop creatures to sacrifice, i am not really sure what the best options are for your colors. Troll Ascetic is a good card for sure, but usually you don't really want to sacrifice it. Wolfir Avenger and Yasova Dragonclaw i'm not a big fan of, both require quite a bit of mana, otherwise they aren't all that great. Carven Caryatid is good if you sacrifice it or not, but such a defensive creature unfortunately doesn't fit well into your strategy. Tuktuk the Explorer can be insane if you can make him die, otherwise it's a 3 mana Raging Goblin. Goblin Ruinblaster seems really good, but it usually requires 4 mana. Rishkar, Peema Renegade, Borderland Ranger or Filigree Familiar might be okay, with the Familiar being the best of the three in my opinion.
As for 5-drops, i like the dragons and Thragtusk a lot, Blitz Hellion i don't have any experience with so i can't judge it, but Urabrask the Hidden isn't quite on the same level as the others i believe. An interactive card like Acidic Slime might be better, since that solves problems the other cards can't handle (like Ensnaring Bridge or Oblivion Stone). A total of 8 five mana creatures seems okay, but i would rather go down than up in number.
Maybe you could fit a Kessig Wolf Run into your mana base, it's quite a nice mana sink. 22-23 lands total seems right though.
I think i would sideboard Forked Bolt to beat aggressive decks, Ancient Grudge against Affinity etc, Magus of the Moon to punish greedy mana bases, and Burning-Tree Shaman to shut down some combo decks.
1-2 Reclamation Sage and the Thragtusk can definitely stay in the sideboard, and Loaming Shaman and Guttural Response can be good tools as well, the other cards i don't think you really need.

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