Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters 2017 Edition (MM3) Common
Gatecrash (GTC) Common

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Creature — Beast

Bloodrush G, Discard Slaughterhorn: Target attacking creature gets +3/+2 until end of turn.

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Slaughterhorn Discussion

Trizzo2 on ultra-budget infect

1 week ago

Magic_mastermind and Grubbernaut: Thanks for the suggestions. I do play this with paper, and will definitely consider Land Grant, probably replacing 4 forests for it. However, there would be the downside of showing them my combat tricks, which could help them block (or not block) my creatures more effectively. However, it seems like a good card, and I may add it in later. As for Plague Myr replacing Slaughterhorn, I do not think it would be great for this deck. While Plague Myr is a very interesting card, it is uncommon, making it illegal in pauper. Also, I do not use Slaughterhorn as a creature as much as I use it as a pump spell. However, now that you bring it up, I will replace Slaughterhorn with Giant Growth due to the flexibility of both cards. Thanks for the suggestions!

BodhiQL on Turn 2 Modern Infect

2 weeks ago

4 Blossoming Defense and 4 Vines of Vastwood are an absolute must. Giant Growth and Slaughterhorn are subpar.

jacobef on Fear the Charging Badger

6 months ago

I actually had Slaughterhorn in this deck a little while ago but replaced it with Might of Old Krosa. @tntturtle5

tntturtle5 on Fear the Charging Badger

6 months ago

Oh also, if you're running Giant Growth you can also go with a couple Slaughterhorns

ChandrasFollower on Infect round two win

11 months ago

Exteez yes i see what you mean by using Slaughterhorn the reson i dident do it to start with is because of the trample effect Llanowar Augur have but i will properly do as you say because it is a huge deal to have a pump spell that cant be countered. Thanks for your comment and suggestion.


Exteez on Infect round two win

11 months ago

Please consider using Slaughterhorn instead of Llanowar Augur. Your opponent could kill Augur during their own turn, making him useless, or counter him. Slaughterhorn's bloodrush ability makes him an uncounterable Giant Growth. (Also Invigorate is not banned from modern. It just hasn't been reprinted for it.)

Junknot on Delver in the Ice

11 months ago

Thanks for the advice!

Swapping Slaughterhorn for Mandrills makes sense to me, I guess I got a little stuck on the idea of pumping Delver/Stalker. If I did so, swapping all Inquisitor's Flail for Thought Scour makes the most sense then, right? Also, if I dropped all 4 Giant Growth in favor of 2 Become Immense, do you think I could sneak in 2 Remand?

WizardLogic on Delver in the Ice

11 months ago

Hooting Mandrills Is an incredible card for this deck, and is better than Slaughterhorn in many cases. Thought Scour is a great pick up should you go the mandrills route. Inquisitor's Flail is quite clunky, when running a delver deck you want to stay low on CMC, and make sure you are using your mana for Tempo plays or to win with your creatures. Become Immense as a 2 of is probably stronger than Giant Growth.

Sideboard cards: You want ways to win against Dredge, Affinity, Tron, Zoo, and Eldrazi, and Control.Tormod's Crypt, Grafdigger's Cage, Hurkyl's Recall, Trygon Predator, Ghost Quarter, Kitchen Finks, Eternal Witness, Relic of Progenitus, Negate, Dispel, Pulse of Murasa, Fog.

Sideboards are unique, as they are best tuned to your local meta. If you are grinding GPs then your sideboard needs to answer the best decks. If your local game store has a few tier 1 decks, a bunch of tier 2 decks, and a few tier 3 decks, then you would want to adapt it to take on the majority of the decks you would encounter, with a few slots for those tier 1 strategies.

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