Siegehorn Ceratops

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Arena [BETA] Legal
Brawl Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Printings View all

Set Rarity
Rivals of Ixalan (RIX) Rare

Combos Browse all

Siegehorn Ceratops

Creature — Dinosaur

Enrage - Whenever Siegehorn Ceratops is dealt damage, put two +1/+1 counters on it. (It must survive the damage to get the counters.)

Set Price Alerts

Siegehorn Ceratops Discussion

livingrock on Gishath Commander

2 weeks ago

I mean yeah, a lot of people use it for that reason. I just didn't get enough mileage out of it, plus if you have it in your hand you have to choose between that and Gishath. 4cmc commanders don't use 4cmc ramp for the same reason. Competing with the commander amounts to being a dead card for a turn. But a lot of people like it and I'm far from an expert, I'm just parroting. The way I judge a card is "am I happy to see it when it's in my hand?"

Now that you have a bigger budget you may want to start thinking about specializing your deck. One thing I did with my Gishath deck for a while was land destruction. Since Gishath gets our dinosaurs out without casting, and most of our ramp is creatures and artifacts, we can destroy lands without slowing our deck down. (Lots of people hate this kind of deck and will hate you off the board though).

Another direction is emphasizing Enrage. When you playtest a while you will notice that you hardly ever, if ever, get Siegehorn Ceratops to go off. That's because there's a very low chance of having it out when it's time to block a 1/1. It will usually die instead of getting those counters. However, if you have cards like Pyrohemia and Caltrops , you can consistently get your Enrage triggers off without worrying if you have a perfect combat scenario.

Finally there's the big tramplers like Charging Monstrosaur .

Either way you may want to start thinking about trimming some dinosaurs out, and especially your non-dinosaurs. Most people will tell you not to have more than 35 or so creatures (some people say 25 but I don't feel Gishath goes off often enough in that case).

Natalbee on Dead Cells

3 months ago

Legendary_penguin_of_death: I only had time to play one game, but the deck actually held its own. I went against a Selesnya deck, and they played Carnage Tyrant, Mentor of the Meek, Siegehorn Ceratops, Nullhide Ferox, Shalai, Voice of Plenty and Dawn of Hope. I managed to get out a Teshar and two Gleaming Barriers and kept bringing them back from the graveyard to block their Tyrant and ramp with the Treasure. Once they played their Ferox, I Board the Weatherlighted into the second Sentry I needed (accidentally exiled the other one...) and combo'ed off with a Serra Disciple on the field, winning the game.

Those changes made it feel much more consistent, but the deck doesn't feel like it does much until then. I think I'm gonna add more controlling cards like Plaguecrafter (which should be awesome with Teshar) and Settle the Wreckage or Citywide Bust.

Psychorave on

3 months ago

Hello itachi45!! Thank you for your time on my post.

Let's see if I can offer some suggestions. I have yet to design a Modern dino deck but I've had a few thoughts on it. I love the start of what you're creating. I'm aware some things are pretty expensive. I do not know your budget.

My first thought is the card Tilonalli's Crown. This card triggers any Enrage you have. But the biggest trigger. Is Siegehorn Ceratops. Instantly making him a big threat.

Second, is Collected Company With a creature heavy deck you can utilize this greatly. Lead the Stampede is a Budget version

Rampaging Ferocidon is banned in standard. But, in modern. All yours. Protects you from lifegain decks, and hurts people that focus on generating tokens Carnage Tyrant protects you from control decks. Ghalta, Primal Hunger Easy powerhouse.

Cavern of Souls also protects you from control. As well as gives you whatever Mana you need.

I may design a deck very soon. That's like this. If you would like. I will gladly contact you and we can share thoughts.

seshiro_of_the_orochi on "You and me!" Outside! Now!"

4 months ago

This is cool. Have you considered Thrive? Also, with all that fighting, having a dinosaur or two might be good. How about Ripjaw Raptor or Siegehorn Ceratops?

lagotripha on Grow and destroy!

5 months ago

How competitive and aggressive do you want to be in modern?

You can consistantly manage 12 budget 1 drop manadorks in G/W (Elvish Mystic, Llanowar Elves (I don't know why the price listing is broken), Avacyn's Pilgrim), followed by very efficient creatures in the 3/4/5 slot. Its best if those creatures let you stabilize, having an immediate board impact- Obstinate Baloth is loved for that reason, but there are plenty of alternatives.

If you want to run that an aggro deck to cast dinos, then look at Crested Herdcaller, Deathgorge Scavenger, Runic Armasaur, Siegehorn Ceratops and Thrashing Brontodon. However, as a lot of them are in standard, you might want to wait for rotation before building it in modern as it will be substantially cheaper.

Modern cards that are good for any tribal in G/W are Mirror Entity and Chameleon Colossus - one for its power when you go wide, and the other due to its surprising resilience in midrange.

GW hatebears has some older budget lists which can be plundered for ideas, and some new card printings (notably Vizier of Remedies ) allow for very powerful interactions even with budget cards (Safehold Elite looks a lot stronger).

There are also lists built around Knight of New Alara that, while long in the tooth, have solid ideas.

The strongest way to build in budget is to spot a theme across a lot of sets (that means a lot of similar cards have been printed), and grab the cheap ones that work well together (in price and cmc), so that while no part of your deck is spectacular, you can consistantly win a lot of matchups.

Green also has the benifit of access to a lot of card fixing in the form of things like Adventurous Impulse- there are like eight variants, which makes building around card interactions a lot smoother, whatever you pick.

Good luck, and happy brewing.

Silverdrake on Enraged Dinosaurs

5 months ago

If this is meant to be a standard deck you might want to mark it as such so people who play standard are more inclined to help out. I mostly play modern, but here's my take-
You're going to struggle to play Polyraptor or Zacama with only 22 lands, you'll want to bump up to 24 if you plan on casting them consistently. Speaking on Zacama, Vraska's Contempt, Unlicensed Disintegration, and Cast Out all hit it at instant speed before you can make any use of its abilities, so it probably isn't the best as your top end. I'd recommend Carnage Tyrant instead. Less flashy and cool to win with but a lot easier to stick on the board and still closes out the games easy. With the INSANE popularity of Goblin Chainwhirler, you might want to consider Siegehorn Ceratops as well.

Whatever you decide to do, good luck and have fun!

hydrothermia on Naya Enrage

5 months ago

Welcome to Tapped Out!

Planeswalkerboi, it's not a bad theme that you're using, just seems really slow. A few questions.

  • How are you going to handle control decks that do not deal damage for creature removal?
  • How will you deal with flying creatures, since you have none with flying or reach?
  • Are you on a budget?

I'd suggest some mana ramping, Llanowar Elves and Ranging Raptors will help with that. You also need some cheaper mana cost spells, Enter the Unknown and Snubhorn Sentry are good starts for one cost spells. Relentless Raptor may not have Enrage, but it's a 3/3 for ; Sky Terror has the same converted mana cost is a flyer and has Menace. Siegehorn Ceratops should be a must here, you could also pair it with Bellowing Aegisaur to add +1/+1 counters to all your creatures. You could add Zetalpa, Primal Dawn, it would survive a Cleansing Nova but Settle the Wreckage is could be problematic. Depending on what possibly changes you need to look into balancing your lands colors. Right now you need more Forests and Mountains and less Plains.

Load more

Siegehorn Ceratops occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%

RGW (Naya): 0.65%