Thrash of Raptors


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

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Ixalan (XLN) Common

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Thrash of Raptors

Creature — Dinosaur

As long as you control another Dinosaur, Thrash of Raptors gets +2/+0 and has trample.

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Thrash of Raptors Discussion

ThatOneGuyUNo on Naya dinos

3 weeks ago

Sorry mixed up a card. Don't put in Raptor Hatchling put in Thrash of Raptors

mlstew13 on Charging Dinosaurs

1 month ago

So I actually bought more than I thought I would be buying. I have bought 2 Ranging Raptors, 3 Regisaur Alpha, 1 Raptor Hatchling, and 3 Otepec Huntmaster. I'll be taking out 3 Thrash of Raptors, 1 Ravenous Daggertooth, 1 Drover of the Mighty, 1 Bellowing Aegisaur, and 3 Raging Swordtooth. Just for convenience, I put 6 Mountain 6 Plains and 7 Forest. I kept the rest of my lands the same. I should be getting my cards in about a week.

Hyperalgialysis on Aggro R/W Dino [WIP for RIX]

1 month ago

4 Sky Terror 4 Nest Robber and then cut Thrash of Raptors and Imperial Aerosaur as far as enchantment hate is concerned, 4 Forsake the Worldly is fine to run in the mainboard since it basically says pay 2 draw a card. I would cut Demolish completely.

dadbeaver on Dinosaur Aggro Deck (New Player, Help if You Can!)

2 months ago

Dinosaur decks are one of my favorite types of decks to make. Not only are they extremely powerful, but it is a good introductory deck for new players to make. You can't really mess up a dino deck because dinosaurs work very well with each other. It may not be a pro tour winning deck, but it still is able to win against friends, or maybe even at Friday Night Magic. This deck is a pretty good aggro deck. I would replace Imperial Lancer with Otepec Huntmaster. It costs one more, but it is much better. With Imperial Lancer you are lucky to deal 2 damage to your opponent before it dies. Otepec Huntmaster makes dinosaurs cost 1 less, which is very important to get your big guys out, but also can give a dinosaur haste. If you check out my dinosaur deck you'll see that I run a playset of Huntmaster. It proves itself time and time again in games, and has even been a winning factor in a few. The haste allows really big guys to attack on their first turn. For example, on turn 2 you play Otepec Huntmaster and then turn three you play Thrash of Raptors since it huntmaster makes it cost less. Then you use huntmaster's tapping ability to give thrash of raptors haste. You swing for 3 on turn 3. On turn 4 you play another dinosaur like Raptor Companion and give that haste. Since you control another dinosaur Thrash of Raptors gets +2/+0 and trample. You then attack with both for 8 damage! I would also reccomend adding a fourth card of thrash of raptors. It isn't incredibly expensive, and you are almost 100% likely to get another dinosaur out. A 5/3 with trample for 4 mana is incredibly good. I would take out a copy of Tilonalli's Knight to replace with Thrash of Raptors. I also like that the deck only costs $21 on card kingdom. You did a good job of making it affordable!

SquidCo.42 on RawR XD

2 months ago

-Arcanity- Thank you very much for the recommendation and suggestions! I do have 3 more copies of Raptor Hatchling and I'll try that deck out against friends. Maybe even put in 4 Thrash of Raptors since when I do play against my friends, I always count on the card being there since being 5/3 with trample is really powerful. Thank you again for the suggestion I will make a deck that revolves around Dino Tokens!

Ninjew42 on RW Dinostomp

2 months ago

I have some ideas for this deck.

Look at R/W Jurassic Park, The Scary Bit.

mr_funk on Naya Dinosaurs

2 months ago

You can use Savage Stomp to your advantage with enrage dinos. if you dont have/want many of those in your deck, consider cutting Raging Swordtooth . on that note, Raptor Companion and Tilonalli's Skinshifter both die to Swordtooth's ETB effect.

I would do 4 total of Drover of the Mighty . its a 2-drop 3/3 with an upside. you'll most likely have a dino out, but if not, its still a mana dork to ramp out the big guns.

Thaumatic Compass and New Horizons seem slow for an aggro deck. have you been having success with those, specifically? i'd say probably cut them for a combination of Drover of the Mighty and other dinos. maybe some main deck Lightning Strike or Cast Out for a bit of general removal that doesnt require a creature.

Lastly, have you considered Burning Sun's Avatar (had pretty good success with that guy), Ripjaw raptor (price tag sucks, but the dude is good), Kinjalli's Sunwing , or Imperial Aerosaur (a well-timed, surprise flying dino bomb can close a game)?? if you're going low-to the ground aggressive some other worthy considerations are Sky Terror, Nest Robber, Metallic Mimic, Raptor Hatchling , Territorial Hammerskull, Rampaging Ferocidon, Bonded Horncrest (not in love with him, but not terrible with low curve aggro), Thrash of Raptors, and Dinosaur Stampede. i was rocking a RW dino aggro list and got top 8 at FNM at my LGS. changed the list so much and went Naya, so the relevance isnt there as much. worth noting that low-curve aggro dinos are actually playable. Nest Robber was mvp.

ThatOneGuyUNo on Gentry Dino Aggro Red/White

2 months ago

I definitely recommend putting Rampaging Ferocidon into your deck probably in place of Thrash of Raptors. They're more versatile because of their menace, and their Impact Tremors-like ability forces your enemy to hurt themselves to play their creatures.

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