Saturday, 12 December 2015

Garruk, the Plainswalker

Garruk, the planeswalker, is one of the best magic cards ever and should be in every green deck. . This card is one of the best cards in the game. He has a particular attack strategy and is good for crushing your opponent in combat.
After Garruk enters the battlefield he becomes a player, like you and me, except you control him. He starts with three life.

Garruk works like a player, and every turn you can use one of his attacks. However, he can be targeted by other players. . If another Garruk enters the battlefield, both planeswalkers will go into the graveyard .

During your turn, you can use any one of his moves. His first attack is to put a 3/3 green beast token onto the battlefield. The next thing you can do with him is you draw cards equal to the greatest power among creatures you control. Sadly, he loses three life when you do this. You have to have at least three life in order to use this move. His best move costs six life, but you get a 6/6 for each land you control when you use this attack. That is at the least 5 6/6’s! If you placed a mana every turn you would have 9 manna. That is 9 6/6’s. If you combined all of them together you would get a 54/54. Surprisingly, this is not the best planeswalker. Jace, the Mind Sculptor is!



  1. Your paragraph structure makes your post very easy to read. ;-)

  2. This was a great post, Codster! Your descriptions are great and while Garruk looks to be mighty and formidable, Jace the Mind Sculptor appears to be EXTREMELY POWERFUL. Keep in mind that there are more cards than you even know about so keep looking for that one that will tip the scales in your favor for you deck. Keep them coming, Cody!

  3. Sounds like there is a lot more to MTG than one might initially think.