Stone Rain


Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Ninth Edition Common
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Seventh Edition Common
Starter 2000 Common
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Starter 1999 Common
Portal Three Kingdoms Common
Classic Sixth Edition Common
Portal Second Age Common
Tempest Common
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Fifth Edition Common
Mirage Common
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Fourth Edition Common
Revised Edition Common
Unlimited Edition Common
Collector's Edition Common
International Collector's Edition Common
Limited Edition Beta Common
Limited Edition Alpha Common
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Stone Rain


Destroy target land.

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Stone Rain Discussion

leviathan_cross on Back to my Roots

1 day ago

Well for sideboard, definitely something to deal with eldrazi and other big threats, like Roast, Dismember and Terminate (which if I'm gonna be honest should be in the main board). Definitely hand hate such as Thoughtseize, Inquisition of Kozilek, Duress, Distress or Despise. Some graveyard hate like Grafdigger's Cage, Relic of Progenitus, Leyline of the Void, Nihil Spellbomb, Crypt Incursion and plenty more that I can't remember at the moment. Against Burn, the only thing I can think of off the top of my head would probably be Dragon's Claw. Against combo decks Surgical Extraction or Slaughter Games. Finally against something like Tron or B/W Control you have options like Stone Rain, Molten Rain or Rain of Tears.

I'm unsure what your local playgroup or meta is like, but these are some fine options to help board in against whatever match-ups you face. Good luck!

Naksu on Ramperfriends

1 week ago

Well it is slower in a sense that I cant play Nissa, Vastwood Seer  Flip, Stone Rain or Nissa, Voice of Zendikar on turn 2. By turn 3, Search for Tomorrow is not enough to ramp for Primeval Titan or Ulvenwald Hydra without also playing dorks.. If I have to side in Volcanic Fallout and one more Bolt, I tend to take out the dorks for them.. I'm sorry but I dont see enough benefit from it.

Moonbar on One Ponza To Rule Them All

1 week ago

The point is not that it's impossible to use, it's that it's harder to use for no real benefit. Stone Rain targets basic lands wherever possible. Therefore Molten Rain would do the same thing, except harder to cast. It's not that Molten Rain is that much worse than Stone Rain, it just isn't better.

wylie72 on Get called a Dick Deck (Multi FNM Winner)

2 weeks ago

Bovine073 learned my lesson last week, back to three Stone Rains main, one in board. Had a bad (2-2) FNM, too often looking at an uncastable five drop when I would rather have had a stone rain. Made the adjustment and swept a 22-person event.

xyr0s on Antonio's Ponza R/G deck

2 weeks ago

Destroying lands that late in the game, as what you get to do with deus and aura, is not very good - your opponent has gotten his lands by then, and can play whatever he has available to stop your one mega-threat. If you want to destroy lands, do it earlier (consider playing against G/x tron - do you really want to let a tron deck have 4 turns without interfering with his lands?).

Your ramp plan is fragile. Persn'ly I've never really thought ramp creatures are much good in modern (elf-tribal decks being the exception), but even then, you have some weak ones (if it has to to that way, Arbor Elf and Birds of Paradise are better). What makes it even worse is using Xenagos, the Reveler for ramp. His ability to give you mana is completely dependent on your opponent leaving your small ramp creatures alone. A decent ramp package could be 4 Arbor Elf, 4 Utopia Sprawl, 3 Garruk Wildspeaker, 4 Search for Tomorrow. It has some creatures, and some other things, and the planeswalker is good for things other than ramping - beast tokens are ok for defense too. You could also go with a devotion/nykthos kind of ramp...

And other than that, some mix of cards from the ponza deck - Mwonvuli Acid-Moss, Stone Rain, Goblin Dark-Dwellers... forget about combat tricks - you just draw them when you'd rather draw something else, and an opponent without land doesn't really fight back anyway.

GeminiSpartanX on Serious Ponza

2 weeks ago

Tanker12- Usually this deck's Blood Moons, Stone Rains, Mwonvuli Acid-Mosss and Beast Withins are all this deck needs against tron. SB slots would be better used for tougher matchups like affinity or living end.

Kjartan on UB Land screwing deck help

2 weeks 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.)

Wurmlover on F*** lands amirite? (UB)

2 weeks ago

I would add red for Stone Rain and friends

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