Giant Growth

Giant Growth


Target creature gets +3/+3 until end of turn.

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Oldschool 93/94 Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Pioneer Legal
Premodern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

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Giant Growth Discussion

legendofa on Baseline effect cards

1 month ago

There are cards that seem to get printed with some frequency, but also regularly get strictly better versions. Cancel and Mind Rot are two examples, and Blaze would count if it ever got reprinted. There's nothing quite strictly better than Giant Growth. Shock is also in there. What other cards can you think of that have these common baseline effects?

Omniscience_is_life on When do I decide the …

1 month ago

Since the mana is produced by the ability, you must choose the distribution of colors as part of its resolution. Similarly to how you can't cast Giant Growth in your first main phase and decide its targets in your second.

Omniscience_is_life on How does Omnath, Locus of …

1 month ago

Rhadamanthus is correct—just as a Giant Growth doesn’t place counters, neither does Omnath. As mentioned above, an effect that makes use of counters will explicitly use the word “counter(s)” in its text.

Omniscience_is_life on Does a Commander still deal …

2 months ago

A commander's commander damage is inherent to it--even a face-down commander will deal commander damage. Even you Song of the Dryads a commander, Nissa's Zendikon it, Frogify it, Burrog Befuddler it, and then Giant Growth it, it'll still be dealing commander damage.

Gidgetimer on Regarding Obeka Rulings

2 months ago

Kougaiji38, you seem to have some misconceptions.

"Until end of turn" is now used exclusively for defining a duration of an effect. It no longer is printed on cards (and has been errated off of old cards) to signify a trigger. Act of Treason, Giant Growth, Crew (Smuggler's Copter), etc will all end on the cleanup step of the current turn. There is no way currently printed to extend the duration across multiple turns.

"At the beginning of the next end step" is now used when something needs to trigger after the second main phase. This trigger looks for the next end step to happen and triggers at that time. If Obeka, Brute Chronologist is used to end the turn before an end step starts the triggers will trigger on the next turn's end step. This will allow you to delay the trigger by a turn. If you want to completely negate an end step trigger you can wait until it is put on the stack, and then end the turn in response. That way the trigger has gone off and will not trigger again at a later end step.

Necrosis24 on Card creation challenge

3 months ago

TypicalTimmy, you are correct! I would run a voltron spell-slinging deck. So I would be using cards like Giant Growth. In addition would likely use the heroic/prowess mechanic.

He is indeed quite hard to get rid of so your opponents would require indirect/preemptive removal: Counterspell, Silence/Gideon's Intervention, Blazing Volley, Fleshbag Marauder, or any boardwipe. And green just has to hunt with combat!

hiddengibbons on Blisterspit Burner

4 months ago


That’s not a bad idea. Keen Sense opens up the possibility for a red/green pump n’ dump with spells like Giant Growth, Mutagenic Growth and Scale Up on Kiln Fiend before using Fling or Thud. It wouldn’t take very many pump spells on Kiln Fiend. I used Blisterspit in my version because he untaps when an enchantment or mantle is cast

legendofa on Top 5 Counterspells Of All …

5 months ago

I think Mana Leak is a solid Standard/Limited baseline for counterspells, similar to Giant Growth for pump or Shock for burn. It has a reasonably cheap and flexible mana cost, and it's effective without being overly complicated or overpowering. It's not the best counterspell in the world, but it's reliable and easy to use. It's a perfect Core Set common.

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