Surly Badgersaur

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Surly Badgersaur

Creature — Badger Dinosaur

Whenever you discard a creature card, put a +1/+1 counter on Surly Badgersaur.

Whenever you discard a land card, create a Treasure token. (It's an artifact with ", Sacrifice this artifact: Gain one mana of any colour.)

Whenever you discard a noncreature, nonland card, Surly Badgersaur fights up to one creature you don't control.

Rhadamanthus on At what point are spells …

5 months ago

The rules for how to copy a spell don't describe any "waiting period" for putting it onto the stack as they do for triggered abilities. Rule 707.10 just says "To copy a spell, activated ability, or triggered ability means to put a copy of it onto the stack..." This means the copy of Chain of Smog is put onto the stack as part of the original resolving, and the triggers from Surly Badgersaur would go on top of it since they have to wait until the next time a player receives priority to be put onto the stack.

TheOfficialCreator on At what point are spells …

5 months ago

I do believe that you get to control which effect goes on the stack.

So I think you can put Chain of Smog on top of the Surly Badgersaur trigger, or vice versa.

Yesterday on At what point are spells …

5 months ago

Not talking about triggers like with replicate here, but some spells like Chain of Smog that allow a player to copy that spell as part of their resolution.

If I cast Chain of Smog targeting myself and I control a Surly Badgersaur, the Chain of Smog copy gets put on the top of the stack as part of that spell's resolution, and then afterwards, the Badgersaur's ability will be put onto the stack on top?

SufferFromEDHD on There's Treasure Everywhere

5 months ago

BX223Hunter exactly. Something to use extra treasure on. My other choice was Cromat.

It needs a revisit as treasure continues to get printed and pushed. Playing with all the artifact lands is a real treat. Lots of silly synergies. Artificer's Intuition + Surly Badgersaur is so janky and so good. Wins games.

How's 4 color Breya playing out?

bradtheimpaler13 on

6 months ago

Surly Badgersaur is another engine. I added the mike and trike combo to my anje deck, that and a few tutors. The six drop transmute card can go get either part of the combo, so that's in there. Reanimate as well.

jaymc1130 on How does Library of Leng …

11 months ago

Library of Leng is indeed a wonky card, but it's a pretty nifty combo piece within certain types of discard concept strategies.

When it comes to Madness, what you essentially have is two replacement effects modifying the same instance of the card being discarded, so you have a choice of which you want to apply. You can either discard the card into exile, or you may discard it to the top of your library. If you discard it into exile, then Library of Leng will no longer see an effect to replace and you then have the choice of casting the card for it's Madness cost or putting it into your graveyard. If you discard it to the top of your library then the Madness ability will no longer see an effect to replace, the card will not be in exile, and you will not be able to cast it for it's Madness cost. In practical terms, Madness and Library will not combo together to produce a cool line of play. In real world terms, Anje decks might not mind, they might be very happy to discard the card to the top of the library and repeatedly draw and discard it using Anje's ability. With a card like Glint-Horn Buccaneer in play, for example, this would kill opponents.

A mechanic with better synergy with Library of Leng is Cycling. Cycling cards discard themselves first, then draw a card. This can be used to cycle the same card over and over again, and a similar situation as to the aforementioned Buccaneer line of play can occur with a card like Drannith Stinger in play killing opponents as a result of this process. A combo such as Library of Leng + Tectonic Reformation + Surly Badgersaur + Drannith Stinger + any land would form a self sustaining loop to kill opponents, for example.

Additionally, some Cycling cards have triggered effects when they cycle, and Library of Leng can allow a pilot to loop those effects. Gilded Lotus + Library of Leng + Vizier of Tumbling Sands would produce infinite mana, for example. Add in something like a Lightning Rift and this could become lethal. Bone Miser + Library of Leng + Barren Moor is another infinite mana combo, though it only produces black mana. Add in a Gempalm Polluter, however, and this set up would also become lethal.

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