Countryside Crusher

Countryside Crusher Morningtide Singles
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RarityRare
ColorRed
Casting Cost
Card TypeCreature - Giant Warrior
Card TextAt the beginning of your upkeep, reveal the top card of your library. If it's a land card, put it into your graveyard and repeat this process. Whenever a land card is put into your graveyard from anywhere, put a +1/+1 counter on Countryside Crusher.
Creature TypeGiant,Warrior
SetMorningtide
ArtistBrian Snõddy
Flavor Text
DescriptionMorningtide Single Card
Release Date2008-02-01
Dimensions3.5" H x 2.5" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight0.004 pounds
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- January 29, 2011
-- Jay
This screams "Fling Me!"... Although, I've seen someone Cessation and donate him via Bazaar Trader, then killed the next turn with Roiling Terrain for 7 DMG
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- February 15, 2010
-- Paul David Jones
A really nice, solid card. I've never understood the philosiphy that you shouldn't play a card because people kill it. Of course they kill it, its good! I'd terminate a Baneslayer angel if my opponent played one, doesn't mean it isn't worth playing. It strikes fear into people, that's why people kill it. And when they don't kill it...it kills them. Well worth playing, a 3/3 for 3 with a nice solid ability. i'm so gutted they're sold out Q_Q
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- September 05, 2009
-- Arkana
Scouting Trek...
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- March 13, 2008
-- Cleveland
It took me a minute to realize why this card is so good. It's a great way to rid land from your hand late game and draw something useful and on top of that the creature is also a decent attacker or blocker, your choice.
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- February 19, 2008
-- Anonymous
The card speaks for itself. I honestly can't believe that they printed such a strong card. p.s. Don't play this card too fast. You could lose him before ever getting to attack, or your opponent might turn him against you by destroying your lands.
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- August 08, 2008
-- kolatatti
You guys are all lost in this matter. :)Try this card with some cycling lands (Tranquil Thicket, Forgotten Cave, etc.) and you'll see that it's a decent beater.Throw in a Life from the Loam and fetchlands and you'll start to see some sick action.This card will be played alot in Legacy I'll tell you that.
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- July 04, 2008
-- Me
Awesome on paper, but in a competitive environment it usually doesn't have the chance to do anything more than soak up some form of removal. Every removal spell in standard right now takes this guy down with no problems. He is best used in RDW or sligh type decks after you run out of gas and have soaked up most of their removal already. Never play on turn 3. Ever.
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- February 22, 2008
-- Max Walters
This is a great card. I give it a 4/5 because if not prepared for the drawback is crippling in the metagame. I have 3 words to say. Crucible of Worlds
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- February 13, 2008
-- Topher
A very aggressive card that demands to be built around. Its "drawback" is actually a great way to keep up tempo. Unfortunately, it does require special preparation in deck builds to avoid stalls.
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