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"Bora! Bora! Bora!" These are the chants as Borborygmos Enraged crushes everyone.

This deck: Mana Ramp, Lands, and Things that use Lands. That is all you need. Get BorBor or friends and start the destruction. Land Chuckin' all day, ere' day!

In a good game, Borbor can drop turn 3-5. In a lucky game, you can finish an opponent or two by turn 5.

Abundance + Keen Sense + Borborygmos Enraged = Win

Usually, as soon as you have BorBor with a Keen Sense or Snake Umbra you focus all your land chucking to the player and win the game.

Another hilarious combo is Life from the Loam and one of the cycle lands like Tranquil Thicket . Three mana (repeatable) gets you two lands and angry opponents. This combo let me kill four opponents in a lovely game of Kingdoms.

"Meat and eggs! We eat!"

The basics of winning. Throwing the first rock.

In my play group BorBor is always targeted. But BorBor always prevails. That is why landfall has been added to this deck. With many ways to drop additional lands on the table, this deck can take advantage even while Borbor is kept off the table. His friends never let him down.

Feel free to suggest useful land/graveyard cards that are budget worthy. BorBor is constantly trying to get the upper hand to take on more opponents.

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I succumbed and added a bunch of landfall stuff. Not only does it help me stay a threat when my StudMuffin is off the field, it helps me get him out again and again by being able to drop tons of lands on turns.

The notable additions: Rites of Flourishing , Storm Cauldron , Omnath, Locus of Rage , and Mina and Denn, Wildborn .

Besides this, some more utility was added such as Lightning Greaves , and nonbasic lands like Reliquary Tower , Blighted Woodland , and Terramorphic Expanse .

I still do not want to go entirely landfall. I did resist Animist's Awakening and Boundless Realms because I think that's stepping over to the other mechanic entirely. I am interested in running Manabond though, because that seems crazy mean. Anyone familiar in this card?

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