Reckless Bushwhacker


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

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Set Rarity
Oath of the Gatewatch (OGW) Uncommon

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Reckless Bushwhacker

Creature — Goblin Warrior Ally

Surge (You may cast this spell for its surge cost if you or a teammate has cast another spell this turn.)


When Reckless Bushwhacker enters the battlefield, if its surge cost was paid, other creatures you control get +1/+0 and gain haste until end of turn.

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Reckless Bushwhacker Discussion

Dublomon on Beginner's Krenko Deck

3 weeks ago

And Reckless Bushwhacker is a better card than Goblin Warchief because the warchief just reduces the casting cost by one colorless mana and when you are able to play it you normally shouldnt have any mana problems anymore. Maybe put out 2 Goblin Warchief and 2 Skirk Prospector for 4 Reckless Bushwhacker. Also what is your budget for the deck?

pytawidmo on UG Speedy Goliaths

4 weeks ago

Interesting deck, Burning-Tree Emissary with Myr Superion seems sweet.

A pity that the Ape does not work with Superion (at least not directly).

Have you maybe considered Ghalta, Primal Hunger? On paper you could double the value from your mana giving creatures, just not sure if it's fast enough.

On the other hand Reckless Bushwhacker seems good as a way to speed things up.

sylvannos on Mono-Red Burn

1 month ago

If you don't have Goblin Guides, Foundry Street Denizen can get a lot of damage in, especially if you combine it with token generators.

Devastating Summons is also a good finisher. Sometimes you just get the nuts where you curve out, dump your entire hand into play, then make a couple of 4/4s or bigger.

Searing Blaze is another good option, but you may have problems without having fetchlands. However, the reward of it may outweigh the cons of sometimes only having it deal 1 damage. Cutting 2 copies of The Flame of Keld and adding 2 Searing Blaze may give you a good balance.

Since you are playing on a budget, there's a couple of other options to play Burn. You can go goblin-heavy, with more of an 8-Whack build (Reckless Bushwhacker, Goblin Bushwhacker) and also play Goblin Grenade.

One of my friends did a lot of grinding to earn packs/store credit to upgrade his Burn deck over time. I think he also was using Brute Force, Rubblebelt Maaka, Titan's Strength, and heroic cards for a while too.

Ramunap Ruins can provide your Grim Lavamancers with graveyard food.

cnagel217 on UR Tetsuko

1 month ago

I'm liking this brew. I'm currently using Goblin Bushwhacker and Reckless Bushwhacker to help with the aggro power of the deck. Getting Young Pyromancer pumping out tokens and then making unblockable armies. I tried the Warkite Marauder but found that we are not trying to control the creatures so much as hit as fast as you can with Tetsuko's ability, pumping up our own creatures.

BrandonJamesCAC on Browbeat in burn?

1 month ago


All good man. I have no patience for Modern "Groupthink" Which was what was being alluded to by homeboy.

But I also apologize for taking it too seriously.

And I happen to agree with you that Devil is very good and very good narrow.

I'll link

Bring Out The Bushwhacker

and explain to you my one deck that utilizes the Devil.

It's pretty simple. Costing 1:

It's either a

Boros Charm for R

Or a Wild Nacatl +1/0

Or stacked off a

Burning-Tree Emissary + Manamorphose + Simian Spirit Guide + Reckless Bushwhacker

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