Raging Goblin

Raging Goblin

Creature — Goblin Berserker

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

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks Anthology (DD3) Common
2010 Core Set (M10) Common
Duel Decks: Elves vs. Goblins (EVG) Common
Tenth Edition (10E) Common
Ninth Edition (9ED) Common
Ninth Edition Foreign Black Border (9EDFBB) Common
Eighth Edition (8ED) Common
Seventh Edition (7ED) Common
Beatdown Box Set (BTD) Common
Starter 1999 (S99) Common
Classic Sixth Edition (6ED) Common
Anthologies (ATH) Common
Portal Second Age (P02) Common
Exodus (EXO) Common
Portal (POR) Common

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Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Noble Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Block Constructed Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Vanguard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Modern Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Casual Legal
Oathbreaker Legal

Raging Goblin Discussion

Boza on User Introductions

1 month ago
  • Favorite Formats: Limited Draft and Constructed limited (aka Cube).

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  • How did you come up with your username? - Boza is a popular Bulgarian fermented drink with very low alcohol content, popular with kids and adults alike. It is also a slang term for mess.

  • What first appealed to you about Magic? - A friend introduced me to Magic with two Extended decks more than a decade ago, playing tron versus goblins. The game had a very nice artwork and detail, while featuring sleek gameplay with cool combinations of cards.

  • Why is Magic important to you now? - A way to get together with friends and play occassionally competitively and chat about on TO.

  • What are your thoughts on the current metagame (any format)? - I think that Modern has got a bit too stale, Legacy and Pauper are experiencing a Renaissance, while Pioneer and Standard are too new to be evaluated.

  • Are there any cards or strategies you feel overcentralize the metagame? - What a bold question. The meta is defined by the speed of the format, so the best aggro and/or combo decks dictate the meta. A meta with Goblin Guide will always be faster than a meta with Raging Goblin.

  • How do you deal with a dominant new deck, card, and/or player in your pod? - Oh, apperantly the last question was about Commander. Still gave a relevant answer. Varying my deck would be best - for example, having a toolbox of cards for cards in a deck to metagame with will allow you to freshen up your playing experience without switching commanders.

  • What is your approach to deckbuilding? - Start with the goal or theme in mind. If you cannot state in a single sentence how you want to win and how to get there, you cannot start to deckbuild. "My Muldrotha, the Gravetide deck will durdle and control the boardstate, until it is able to win with a large Villainous Wealth." or "My Saskia the Unyielding will have only legendary creatures in it."

  • Share with us some of your favorite decks by others on TappedOut you feel are underappreciated/underrated. - I am rarely looking at other people's decks unless they are similar to the one I am currently building. As generally awesome creator, I will have to highlight Gattison who does amazing work with commons in MTG.

  • Are there any future releases you’re looking forward to? Why or why not? - Honestly, not really. Magic design has felt a bit stale, especially from a Limited perspective. That is why I said "I am making my own Magic!" and delved into Custom cards creation. I invite everyone to join the Ability Challenge

SprkySprkyBoomMan on Goblins assemble!

6 months ago

Oh, I see what you mean now about Siege-Gang with Lackey.

I bought Sigil of Sleep as soon as Looked at it. Goblin Fireslinger will be finding its way back into the deck. I’m thinking Raging Goblin for Fireslinger. Even though it would slow down my deck a little more. It feels like it would be better in the long run though.

This is what I’m thinking now...

Going in

4x Goblin Fireslinger

3x Curiosity

3x Sigil of sleep

Heading out

3x Unsummon

2x Counterspell

1x Goblin Grenade

or

1x Black Vise

I’m thinking I need 4x Vise for the best odds of pulling it first hand. I was going to take 1x Vise out before.

Thank you DreadKhan for all your help and feedback.

StopShot on I think Eldraine’s Fervent Champion ...

6 months ago

Liliana69X, Legion Loyalist ’s ability is situational whereas Fervent Champion ’s first strike is unconditional. You might be able to get three creatures out consistently, but there’s always the chance one of you creatures gets removed before the start of combat which means your Legion Loyalist is no better than a Raging Goblin at that point. The other thing to note is the wasted potential that comes with having a Battalion of two or more Legion Loyalists, because if they were Fervent Champion s instead you’d be trading trample with more damage and better defenses as 2-power first strike will get you through more combat steps than 1-power first strike.

Whether it’s Noble Hierarch or Birds of Paradise , Fanatical Firebrand isn’t the only end-all-be-all card to answer them as Searing Blaze and Searing Blood make for a much better tempo play and Gutshot out of the sideboard works better with Monastery Swiftspear on the draw too. You might delay them a turn with Fanatical Firebrand , but you are also delaying yourself a turn if you got to use your only creature card as spot removal. Also don’t forget that Fanatical Firebrand isn’t going to be saving you from anything if they play a turn 1 Gilded Goose instead.

JP-Romero on Roy0712

7 months ago

:v

legendofa on Goblins Deck

9 months ago

First thought: Goblin Guide is stronger than Raging Goblin . You might give your opponets an occasional extra land, but you should be winning before that becomes a problem. It's not a cheap card, though.

Second: Goblin Bushwhacker and Reckless Bushwhacker come down faster than Goblin Warchief and Goblin Chieftain while offering a lot of the same benefits. Four copies of each of those is the core of the 8-Whack deck, a solid Modern Goblin deck. It's reasonably customizable and very wallet-friendly, as far as Modern decks go.

Good luck!

seshiro_of_the_orochi on They aren´t real

1 year ago

I'll have to leave another comment: I'm pretty sure Imaginary Pet 's flavour text is just slightly less hilarious than Raging Goblin and propably better than Werebear 's.

By the way: Toothy, Imaginary Friend might be good here if you don't intend to visit tournaments.

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