Ridgetop Raptor

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Custom Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Legions (LGN) Uncommon

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Ridgetop Raptor

Creature — Lizard Beast

Double strike (This creature deals both first-strike and regular combat damage.)

Ridgetop Raptor Discussion

Caerwyn on Dominaria release notes posted

1 year ago

The following dinosaurs have appeared on Dominaria--each received errata to Dinosaur was it was added as a subtype.

Dromosaur, Frenetic Raptor, Fungusaur, Imperiosaur, Putrid Raptor, Pygmy Allosaurus, Ridgetop Raptor, and Shivan Raptor.

That said, while they have appeared, I highly doubt we will see dinosaurs in this set. And that's fine--Dominaria should have Beasts and Kavu. Dinosaurs are not really right for the plane (or really most planes).

NathanNati0n on Prehistoric Justice 2.0

1 year ago

Thanks Antwaan33, I am currently running Pygmy Allosaurus as I believe that to be the best due to Swampwalk (but that is specific playgroup) and of course it is the original dinosaur. Putrid Raptor is black. Alpha Tyrranax is a vanilla creature and I want cards that impact the board state more at its cost. Deathmist Raptor does not synergize with this deck. Imperiosaur doesn't do much for the deck and will be pretty hard to cast. Tyrranax's ability doesn't do much for the deck, especially at its cmc. Dromosaur and Pangosaur are quite frankly terrible. Ridgetop Raptor, Ripscale Predator, and Shivan Raptor are decent but not standout spectacular. That leaves: Frenetic Raptor, which is fairly niche; Magmasaur, which fits quite well in my deck Enrage Enabled but not great in this list as here I am not focousing on Enrage that much; and Fungusaur, which I am currently looking for a place for.

kobold_koenig on Jurassic Park

3 years ago

This is a fantastic theme for a deck. I particularly enjoyed seeing which lands you decided to include to represent the "Park" itself.

As I was looking over the deck, a couple ideas came to mind that I am not sure you considered.

For instance, I was thinking of how you could represent some of the other characters such as park game-warden Robert Muldoon and sinister programmer Dennis Nedry. The first card that came to mind for Muldoon would be Big Game Hunter. As a fun tangent, you can see that the Hunter cannot subdue a Deathmist Raptor (unless it is megamorphed) or a Shivan Raptor, which is in-line with the bad luck of the character in the film. Concurrently, if you wanted to represent any of the characters who come to hunt the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park II: The Lost World, you could always have the card represent one of them.

Nedry is a bit harder to pin. There seem to be a lot of cards which could represent him through the art and flavour text, but not so much through the ability/function of the card. Corrupt Official seems to be the most obvious choice, as you can see the more rotund figure in the artwork being bought-off by a sleazy looking character with a "nice hat". How regeneration and forcing opponents to discard cards makes sense, I don't know. Ideally, he'd have some sort of ability which has the chance to create chaos for both yourself and your opponents, so I guess random discard (even if it is only for your opponents) kind of fits the bill.

Other than that, you might want to include another Legions raptor, Ridgetop Raptor. Pack Hunt came to mind, but then of course this is an EDH deck, so the flavour win would be outweighed by the sheer uselessness of the card in this format.

I don't have any ideas for Dr. Ellie Sattler, lawyer Donald Gennaro, or Hammond's Grandchildren Lex and Tim, but those are certainly characters to consider for inclusion should the right inspiration hit you. I'll admit that I have not read the book, nor have I seen Jurassic World, so I am not sure what version of the flavour you are really going for, but the image which you have crafted with this deck is wonderful.

jtlmtg on Dinosaurs(work in progress)

3 years ago

thankyouthankyouthankyou I love your guys' suggestions! I will be writing all these down! I also think I consolidated my list right?

brewtzar Comet Storm looks like it could be fun indeed! And when I looked up the rulings for Aggressive Mining on it seemed like it could be used on others? Or I'm just pulling straws where there are none.. haha (and my Dad saw me organizing and alphabetizing my cards over the course of a few days, went to a game store and asked what would be a good card to have. Gaea's Cradle was my birthday present. I have yet to learn how to properly use it, but wanted to put it in my favorite deck) :D

TyroMaven Thank you! I will be going over what you suggested much more in depth when it is not 3am.. oops. But Ridgetop Raptor and Toxic Iguanar seem like great additions! I don't quite have a true sideboard yet, just a maybeboard that all my "maybes" are going into! Still trying to tweak the main deck!Phyrexian Soulgorger confuses me a bit. (He looks so awesome though!!) When I looked his rulings up on it made it seem that he created a flawed loophole for his second turn? "You may also sacrifice it as part of its own upkeep payment." So would that mean you could play him for two rounds without needing to sacrifice another creature? Because if you sacrificed him, to prevent the sacrifice, then the upkeep would be paid for turn two and Soulgorger wouldn't need to be sacrificed?? (a stretch, I know..) And... yeah... Ugin doesn't belong... but I got lucky with a Fate Reforged Booster! And he is the closest Planeswalker to a dinosaur XD I will rehome him.

I will change the online deck when I make time to reorganize and look for cards to add to my actual deck!

TyroMaven on Dinosaurs(work in progress)

3 years ago

(Tappedout.net search for / Lizard creature types.)

Ditto what DarkD17 said about consolidating your card listings. (For example, just list both your Rugged Highlands as FRF.)

Ridgetop Raptor, Toxic Iguanar, Adaptive Snapjaw, and Cliffrunner Behemoth are all dinosaur-ish.

Consider adding Birds, since they are the descendants of theropod dinosaurs after all. ;)

You don't have much ramp. If you don't want elves, at least think about adding Cultivate or Nature's Lore or something.

Take out Ugin and Haven of the Spirit Dragon because they're about dragons, not dinosaurs

- I would side out Structural Distortion for Explore.
- I would also ditch the Phyrexian Soulgorger for Terra Stomper because although it's more expensive, it has all its cost up front instead of having to slay your other dinosaurs each turn just to keep the Soulgorger alive.

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