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Dinosaurs belong to the Red Lantern Corps

Standard* Midrange RGW (Naya) Theme/Gimmick Tribal



Mana of green and white and crimson red,

Ripjaw tore it from a corpse so freshly dead,

Together with our enraged hate,

They'll eat you all--that is your fate

Dino deck that focuses on getting the most out of enrage. It's much more midrange than other dino builds, but on the other hand, it's got a lower curve and can more easily handle the early game.

The Corps members:

Sieghorn Ceratops: Solid early game 2 drop that will get out of control real fast if they don't kill it. Pretty good lategame as well with Walking Ballista.

Ripjaw Raptor: Solid body and provides the draw engine of the deck.

Ranging Raptors: Decent body, but's really only here to help ramp and thin the deck out a bit.

Trapjaw Tyrant: This card is silly awesome, especially with Reckless Rage and Ballista. It's practically free removal on a stick.

The Battery

Otepec Huntmaster and Drover of the Mighty are here for color fixing and haste mostly, but hopefully will also absorb damage and removal as well. I'm not to confident about having them, so feel free to alter their numbers as you see fit.

The Ring

Walking Ballista: The single most important card in the deck. It's an early game body, mana sink lategame, and an enrage enabler all in one. The shenanigans you can pull off with this card and any enrage creature is going to be a lot of fun.

Raging Regisaur: I'm gonna be honest here, I'm not sure about this card. On the one hand his stats are good and his ability is quite flexible, but I'm not sure if he warrants a spot.

Savage Stomp: Once again, I'm not too sure about this card. It's pseudo-removal at sorcery speed, but it will pump up the dinos, and let you target and important creature your opponent has. Blossoming Defense may be a better choice depending on the meta.

Reckless Rage: This on the other hand is really good. 4 damage will kill most creatures and the 2 damage it deals to your guys will more often than not be used to trigger enrage. Combined with Ripjaw it will replace itself or with Trapjaw to get rid of two enemy creatures. Just be careful with Seigehorn as it needs to survive to get its counters.

That's the deck, let me know what you guys think and any improvements I can make.



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Date added 1 year
Last updated 1 year

This deck is Standard legal.

Cards 60
Avg. CMC 2.78
Tokens 3/3 Dinosaur
Folders New, good ideas from other authors, Ixalan, dinos, Standard, Naya Dinos
Top rank #12 on 2018-01-24
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