Skarrg, the Rage Pits

Skarrg, the Rage Pits

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, : Target creature gets +1/+1 and gains trample until end of turn.

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Mystery Booster (MYS1) None
Planechase Anthology (PCA) None
Duel Decks: Heroes vs. Monsters (DDL) Uncommon
Planechase 2012 Edition (PC2) Uncommon
Guildpact (GPT) Uncommon

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

Skarrg, the Rage Pits occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.02%

RG (Gruul): 1.07%

Skarrg, the Rage Pits Discussion

Kazierts on Fool Moon

3 weeks ago

I happy that those were of any help to you.

So here are some more options that you could maybe use:

  • Village Ironsmith  Flip has First Strike but doesn't do a lot besides that. Duskwatch Recruiter  Flip would be an efficient 2 drop replacement for the Ironsmith. This can help you dig for more gas and its werewolf form can help you cast your other werewolves.

  • Mayor of Avabruck  Flip is cheap costed and can support both forms of your werewolves, independent of the form they are in. The only problem I can see with him is the pricing. I don't know how much it costs. However, it's definitely one to keep in mind.

  • I don't know how Geier Reach Bandit  Flip would fit in the deck, but its werewolf form would definitely help by getting everything guy that comes into play instantly transformed.

  • Moonlight Hunt is a form of removal that can take advantage of the size of your guys(I'm gonna say guys from now on because werewolf is too big) and the fact that some of them grow the others, which may allow you to take out some threats that other removal in these colors wouldn't be able to.

  • Silverfur Partisan is, maybe, a little bit of a strech. Definitely not a mainboard option but may a side one? It can make not as profitable as your opponent would like when they remove one of your guys, especially if the "removal" is bouncing.

  • I don't think Domri, Anarch of Bolas would be a good inclusion. Still, I decided to include it here so you couls decide. After all, the deck is yours, not mine. He kinda ramps you while also being a removal "spell/engine" and a very small "anthem"

I also have some land suggestions, though I don't know if they would fit your budget.

  • Game Trail is a simple and effective one. Simply reveal a basic land from your hand and you already have access to both colors of mana.

  • Rootbound Crag is similar to the one above. The only difference is that it won't enter tapped during the first turn.

  • Cinder Glade is probably the most "budget" out of these three that I have mentioned. However, it won't enter untapped until, at least, your turn three.

  • Skarrg, the Rage Pits and Castle Embereth are some utility lands that may help you close out the game or at the very least put some pressure on your opponents.

One last suggestion. This one probably will be outside outside of your budget. I will mention just in case you'd like to invest or you end up having the opportunity to have one of these.

  • Descendants' Path. This one is pretty much self-explanatory. It can cheat your guys into play, which would be very good considering your deck doesn't have any ramp.

Kazierts on Red/Green

6 months ago

Well, if you never had any problems with Kiln Fiend then keep it. There's no reason to change what has been working out fine. Just as a thought provoker, you can have Monastery Swiftspear to think about.

Maybe just bad wasn't the best thing to say about Rakdos Shred-Freak . It's just that it offers basically nothing more than haste. You have cards like Hellspark Elemental , as you mentioned, but also:

  1. Earthshaker Khenra - Makes it easier to get to your opponent while also being reusable from the grave in the late game, and even bigger than before.

  2. Ash Zealot - More of a Siboard card, but still, 2 mana for first strike, haste and punishes your opponent for playing cards from your graveyard.

  3. Vexing Devil - Dont't know if you could fit this guy in your budget, but it's amazing. It's either a one mana 4/3 that your opponent will have to waste a removal spell or a one mana 4 damage spell.

However, the real reason I said Rakdos Shred-Freak is bad is because of...

Thunderkin Awakener - It can reanimate all of your (elemental) suicide bombers while attacking. So for only two mana, you can from 4 damage on board, with Thunderkin Awakener and Spark Elemental , to up to 8 damage with the Firecat. You could also put other cards in for him, like Lightning Skelemental and Spark Trooper , but those would require you to adjust the manabase.

Also, since you're playing these cheap suicide bombers you could use Unearth to reanimate them again and hit for a bunch. However, I'm not sure that splashing to black would appeal to you.

Another suicide bomber could be Impetuous Devils , though I don't have much to say about it. You can basically take out one of your opponent's creature by forcing them to block. Just here as an option for you.

Cards like Thud , Fling and Flesh / Blood (the blood half only) should prove themselves more useful than Soul's Fire . Since most of your creatures are dying anyway, there should be no problem in sacrificing them.

Manabasewise, if really want to keep Reality Smasher you can add lands that have a better utility than Rogue's Passage as most of your creatures have trample anyway, so your opponent will regardless always have trouble preventing damage.

I've been writing a lot today, so right now I won't go on too much detail about these "utility" lands. I'll just list some here and you can say if you liked any or none and I'll glady discuss about it.

Just as a curiosty, I've written so many cards in this comment that TappedOut won't let me mark more suggestions, while most not even appearing for me to suggest.

Kjartan on Nayxz's Jund a lot- Beta

6 months ago

Also, 4x Skarrg, the Rage Pits is probably too many colorless lands when you're this color heavy. (Though I can respect wanting some utility lands)

Fallerup on Uril, the Monster of the Mists ( $50-ish Budget )

9 months ago

the manabase is very slow, all your duals come in tapped. I'm not a fan of that fact, but hey, it is budget, so good job making it competitive for 50 bucks. I guess what I'm trying to say is, for people willing to spend a bit more money on this, upgrading the mana base is what I would do first. get rid of all the guild gates and the life lands or what ever their called and get shock lands. upgrade the warped land scape and evolving wilds into fetch lands instead. the only lands I would keep that come in tapped are the bounce lands. Selesnya Sanctuary , Gruul Turf , Boros Garrison , Jungle Shrine , Rogue's Passage , Skarrg, the Rage Pits , Contested Cliffs and the basics are what I would keep, dump the rest for better things. This is of course only aimed at people that can afford it. Sacred Foundry for example is dirt cheap for a shock land. the others aren't expensive either. So for People that can afford them, I recommend: Sacred Foundry , Stomping Ground , Wooded Foothills , Windswept Heath , Bloodstained Mire , Prismatic Vista , Naya Panorama & Bant Panorama . These last 2 are dirt cheap, tap for a colorless and can fetch you all and 2 of your dominating colors in your deck. But if you really wanna splash the cast, replace those 2 with Arid Mesa & either: Marsh Flats for a white fetch, Scalding Tarn for a red fetch or Misty Rainforest / Misty Rainforest for a green fetch. looking at the card cost in the deck I would go for white and green for the last 2 slots, but these last lands I mentioned cost a fortune, we are talking upwards of a 100 $ a piece. Arid mesa is the cheapest @ 50 bucks I think. So my personal suggestion is to go with my original idea and go for the tri colored fetch lands (the panorama lands).

multimedia on Gas Powered Stick (Complete)

1 year ago

Hey, SideBae gave you great advice, almost too much ;)

Where to consider starting to make upgrades is the manabase. In my opinion it's the worse part of your current deck. The manabase looks like a budget beginner manabase. Want more good dual lands to go along with the rest of the good cards here. There's many lands to consider adding that are within this deck's budget.

Command Tower is the most played land for multi-colored decks in Commander and for good reason since it can ETB (enter the battlefield) untapped to make any one color of mana that you need. Cinder Glade , Sheltered Thicket and expensive price Stomping Ground are Forest dual lands meaning Nature's Lore , Farseek , Wood Elves and Skyshroud Claim can search for them and put them onto the battlefield. Being able to land ramp with dual lands is very helpful.

The next dual lands to consider are more that can ETB untapped: Karplusan Forest and expensive price Spire Garden . Since playing a lot of basic lands then Rootbound Crag and Game Trail will consistently ETB untapped. Kessig Wolf Run or the less expensive and worse Skarrg, the Rage Pits can give Xenagos or another creature trample.

Some lands that ETB tapped are fine, but these lands need to give you something that's worth it. Raging Ravine is the Gruul creature land and it's good with Xenagos ability to pump a creature. Mosswort Bridge will ETB tapped, but it's hideaway ability is worth it since with Xenagos able to double the power of a creature; getting 10 power worth of creatures is not difficult. Being able to the play the card you hideaway for mana cost is very good.


Lands to consider adding:

Lands to consider cutting:

  • 6x Forest
  • 3x Mountain
  • Naya Panorama
  • Temple of Abandon

akki007 on Elemental madness

1 year ago

Plays so much smoother! Like wow! You may want to consider non-basic lands, because 22 lands means you're gong to miss land drops. You could also trade out one of the landfall creatures for another forest, just because sometimes you have a hard time getting past 3 or 4 mana. The Temple of Abandon would help as would Gruul Turf or Skarrg, the Rage Pits . Otherwise, your mana curve and everything looks solid!

PhoenixNest on Watch out for the Full Moon

1 year ago

You should cut Skarrg, the Rage Pits for a land that produces colored mana. Tapping three lands to give a creature +1/+1 and trample is weak.

multimedia on THRO MOK [[Gruul Tokens]]

1 year ago

Hey, saw your forum topic asking for help. I haven't seen very many decks with this Commander.

Consider Fauna Shaman and Anger ? Fauna can be a repeatable creature tutor and is good to be able to discard Brawn or Anger and tutor for Mycoloth or Tendershoot, etc. I think creature ramp is better here than artifact ramp because of devour. Mana dorks are good targets to devour because before they can first be ramp. Creatures who first land ramp, getting you a land and then can be devoured is better ramp with devour.

Creature ramp to consider:

One drop mana dorks are huge reason to want to play green since other colors don't have as much of this luxury of ramp. Consider more sources of no mana cost repeatable token creation?

Eldrazi tokens can be used as ramp or devour fodder. You could also include a budget Eldrazi such as Artisan of Kozilek to be able to tutor for with Beyond. Kozilek can reanimate a creature you devoured. Garruk and Xenagos can be repeatable source of tokens. Xenagos's +1 with tokens can make a lot of ramp and Garruk can be repeatable draw, his -3 can draw a lot of cards with Thromok.

Kessig Wolf Run and Skarrg, the Rage Pits are lands that can give Thromok trample. Game Trail and Sheltered Thicket are budget Gruul dual lands and Wood Elves can search for Thicket.

If you like some of these suggestions I offer more advice including cuts. Good luck with your deck.

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