Grumgully, the Generous

Grumgully, the Generous

Legendary Creature — Goblin Shaman

Each other non-Human creature you control enters the battlefield with an additional +1/+1 counter on it.

Grumgully, the Generous Discussion

planetchaser on Phylath, 1st try

4 weeks ago

here are some upgrade suggestos Rampaging Baloths for more permanent landfall payoffs Druid Class for the Azusa redundancy Augur of Autumn for a bit of extra card advantage Grumgully, the Generous to boost tokens

Peoyogon on Seeds of Hate ($25 Budget)

2 months ago

Vessiliana interesting idea! Grumgully, the Generous is a backup commander for this and I think it would be an especially great pairing with him at the helm, since he’d make a lot of those smaller tokens big enough to trigger Elemental Bond. Thank you for the suggestion!

Neotrup on Replacement effect? (Cauldron of Souls, …

5 months ago

Because Grumgully, the Generous's ability is a replacement effect, it won't give counters to creatures entering at the same time. That said, your example is not two creatures entering at the same time. If two creatures with persist controlled by the same player die at the same time, both persist triggers trigger and the controller chooses the order to out them on the stack. The creatures return one at a time, sequentially. You can have Grumgully return first so that Woodfall Primus enters with both counters (which then both get removed). Your opponent could also kill Grumgully between the persist triggers resolving to try and stop this.

Vall on Replacement effect? (Cauldron of Souls, …

5 months ago

Player A attacks Player B

Player B Taps Cauldron of Souls, giving his Grumgully, the Generous Persist, then he blocks with both his Grumgully and his Woodfall Primus, they both die and reccur with persist.

What happens?

A: Grumgully gives Woodfall Primus a +1/+1 counter, negating the -1/-1 counter. B: Grumgully can't give Woodfall Primus a +1/+1 counter because they enter the battlefield at the same time.

-Due Dilligence Below-

What I've gathered is; rule (603.6a) states that ETB-triggers are checked for all creatures, including the newcomers.

However, Replacement effects (614) override this, and cannot target/trigger of creatures that enter simultaneously (according to this post https://boardgames.stackexchange.com/questions/24382/what-happens-when-multiple-canker-abominations-enter-the-battlefield-simultaneou )

I am confused if Grumgully's ability would be considered a replacement effect? If it is, WHY is it considered a replacement effect?

Recover819 on Sssshamanssss

5 months ago

Missing out on my favorite shaman not including red. Grumgully, the Generous would work then you could add Dragonmaster Outcast or Rage Forger

Hardhitta7 on For a Brother

1 year ago

Love the Shattergang Brothers !

I would recommend Grumgully, the Generous and Goblin Matron . Maybe Goblin Recruiter but that card can be very tedious and time consuming so maybe not!

Vall on Budget Edgar Markov Deck

1 year ago

Grind

Those are some good ideas. I don't think I'll ever be in a position to invest in Mana Confluence , but the other two looks reasonable to get. I could slot them in any of my decks.

At the moment I'm investing most of my money in building decks to give away to friends who are either in worse economic situations than me, or haven't gotten into the game yet. I am going to order a bunch of Gruul cards for a Grumgully, the Generous deck I'm putting together for one of my mates pretty soon (hint, it will include every persist card I can afford). I'll check out mtglands and include some land cards for myself ;)

Thanks a lot for the tip!

Sultai_Sir on 5-Color decks built around a …

1 year ago

People have always strived for something bigger. Something bigger. Some Johnnies of the world never wanted their Arcum Dagsson to be just one color, the resident Timmies always thirsted for an Omnath, Locus of Rage that wasn't confined to just Gruul. Or at least, I did. This strategy of having a bunch of tutors used to be very shaky, because half your deck would be recursion, tutors, and reanimation to keep your pseudo-general alive. Luckily, with the printing of Sisay, Weatherlight Captain, you have a legendary tutor in the command zone, and now, you only have to dedicate about 5 slots to finding your commander. The rest is up to you!

Personally, the commander I've wanted to try this on has been the face of Grixis Herself, Marchesa, the Black Rose (sorry, Lord of Tresserhorn). You get a ridiculous amount by adding Selesnya. You get enter the battlefield and death triggers like no other: Guardian Project, Stonehorn Dignitary, and my personal favorite, Gutter Grime. You get amazing ramp, like Sakura-Tribe Elder and Viridian Emissary, and the best sac outlet in the game, Fanatical Devotion.

But there's one thing I haven't talked about: Rhythm of the Wild and friends (Grumgully, the Generous, Renata, Called to the Hunt, Good-Fortune Unicorn, etc) . These cards are broken, leading to pseudo-infinites, locking your opponents out of their combat steps forever, invincible boardstates, hundreds of tokens per turn cycle, etc. So, what do you think? Do you have any commanders that could use this treatment? Any suggestions for cards for this deck? Well, thanks for sitting through this ramble, and as always, Happy Tapping!

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