Roiling Terrain

Legality

Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH 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
Worldwake (WWK) Common

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Roiling Terrain

Sorcery

Destroy target land, then Roiling Terrain deals damage to that land's controller equal to the number of land cards in that player's graveyard.

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Roiling Terrain Discussion

ersatz_olorin on Etali, Storm of Destruction

1 month ago

I don't see the use of Extraplanar Lens with all the mass land destruction. If there is something I'm missing, you should switch to Snow-Covered Mountains, since we don't want any of your opponents to accidentally have fun with doubled mana.

Decree of Annihilation is sure to bring some tears

Crucible of Worlds might let you recover if your opponents somehow get rid of Etali after lands have been handled.

Dingus Egg might be good for incremental advantage.

Roiling Terrain might be able to take someone out.

Shaman's Trance might be able to do some work.

StoryArcher on Mono-Green Land Control

1 month ago

MODANO.,

It works shockingly well. Using the combo to selectively filter out land from your opponent's draw (or anything else you like) rather than blindly milling is devastating. Nobody ever sees it coming and it can serve as a cheap and easy soft lock. Usually once I get it in place, especially if I can get out a pair of each, my opponent just scoops and resets.

Additionally, it really gives Roiling Terrain the potential to become a game-winner.

FWIW, the deck I'm using with that particular combo is here:

Orc Mill

...and in response to the request of others, the current version of the original deck above is here:

Mwonvuli Takeover

euananddalesaccount on mono red land destruction

3 months ago

pretty neat deck. I'm not so into the Molten Rain/Roiling Terrain parts, since this is symmetrical land destruction and 12 mountains, but apart from that, it's pretty cool.

I'm a bit iffy about the Burning-Tree Emissaries, even if they are a generally good threat under the circumstances, and Insolent Neonates seem iffy as well, to me. Maybe go down a couple, and up a couple of Halberdiers. Manamorphose seems pretty cool, but it doesn't seem to fit in to the deck snugly. You could try maybe another couple of Land, and another Halberdier.

DexRain on Friends? What friends? (land destruction)

8 months ago

I've been plotting to put together a B/R land destruction deck myself for awhile, look into Icefall, Roiling Terrain, and Seismic Spike

Price of Glory would probably work well in here too, and maybe sideboard some Lava Blister

feyn_do_alduin on [[Primer v3.2]] - OM_RATH!!! (C17 Update!!!)

9 months ago

so. aside from some upgrades like;

Traverse the Outlands, Perilous Forays, Ramunap Excavator, Crop Rotation, Hour of Promise, Tempt with Vengeance, Song of the Dryads

I'm looking at a few different options for my LD package;

Decimate, Volcanic Offering (good because they can't hit your stuff), Frenzied Tilling, Shivan Harvest, Mwonvuli Acid-Moss, Roiling Terrain, Ruination, Seismic Spike

I'd like to know what you think, perhaps you've some choice cards I've missed

Kjartan on UB Land screwing deck help

10 months ago

Glad I could help. Now that you mention the color Red:

If you want to make anti-land as competitive as possible, I'd suggest you start with Red, and then you can splash any color, but White :)

Stone Rain, Boom/Bust and Molten Rain are all quite cheap, and very effective. (Though Boom takes a bit of build around, it's the best.)

Blood Moon and Fulminator Mage are both very, very powerful, but also somewhat expensive.

Additionally Red has Roiling Terrain, Avalanche Riders, Goblin Ruinblaster, Icefall and Detritivore can all be decent in LD decks.

Green or perhaps Blue are probably the best splashes to go for as far as secondary color goes, but Black is fine. (Just stay away from white. It has no support, and it's best card gives out free lands.)

StoryArcher on Two routes for Mono-Red Land ...

11 months ago

This would be a 'creatureless' version I might consider...

I'm starting to think that looks pretty interesting. Crack the Earth could be potentially devastating, especially against those white creatures with ProtRed. Red Sun's Zenith gives me a potentially recurring finisher and if it comes down to it would at least theoretically keep me from decking myself.

StoryArcher on Two routes for Mono-Red Land ...

11 months ago

Alright, so I was recently inspired by a couple of new deck ideas and one very, very old one and it has me looking at Land Destruction and wondering if its viable for Modern. The baseline of the deck isn't anything revolutionary and currently looks like this:

Creatures:

Spells:

Lands:

Collectively, that leaves me with nine slots, and therein lies the question. I've come up with two different ways to go - add in a little more direct land/resource destruction and then try to lock up my opponent with Trinisphere...

Version 1: (Land Destruction I)

...or use a very, very old trick that worked well for me back in the halcyon days of Ice Age where I used Orcish Spy and Millstone to selectively filter the mana sources out of my opponent's deck before he could draw it...

Version 2: (Land Destruction II)

I'd welcome any thoughts on this, because I'd really like to run a Mono-Red competitive land destruction deck in Modern if I can and I'm not too sure which route to go.

As far as my sideboard goes, I know I'll definitely be using Surgical Extraction as it was an agonizing decision not to simply include it in the main deck, but beyond that I'm not too sure. I figure Pyroclasm will have my mana-producing creatures covered and Shattering Spree will handle artifacts, so I suppose it would all depend on the Meta. The different iterations of Chandra have also started to have their appeal of late, but I'm not too experienced with Planeswalkers, particularly in a competitive setting.

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