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Nice in combo with Boldwyr Heavyweights; counters the fairly major downside of that card. Play the Heavyweights and then crush whichever creature your opponent puts into play with at least 8 damage (possibly 10+ if you already have a Sunrise Sovereign or Obsidian Battle-Axe in play).

Also, as it's a tribal can be played for 1 mana if you have a Stindrinker Daredevil out or be searched for with Giant Harbinger.
Very useful creature kill in a pure giant deck.
Posted By: Albizia (11/27/2010 5:48:28 PM)
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Very underrated card made even better with Titans. I use it in Ruhan EDH.
Posted By: Taiomah (5/2/2012 5:27:51 PM)
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Brion Stoutarm's lifelink turns this into 4 damage lightning helix.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (6/19/2011 10:48:02 AM)
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Nothing quite like an Amoeboid Changeling crushing someone for a devastating one point of damage.
Posted By: Kirbster (12/23/2012 1:03:45 PM)
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With a hamletback goliath, this can be effectively a kill spell.
Posted By: VoidedNote (3/4/2010 9:00:06 PM)
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Braid of Fire's Card of the Day #14

The first set I drafted to any serious degree was Lorwyn, and though I was fairly new to the game, I should have known better than to draft this as frequently as I did. True to the parasitic draft that was LOR-LOR-LOR,

However, when cracking a pack of Lorwyn, nothing provides more resonance to the flavor and setting of the world than Crush Underfoot. This card is the stuff that kitchen table dreams are made of, especially when it involves a multiplayer game and competiting Hamletback Goliaths or a rogue Boldwyr Heavyweights.

The Lorwyn block's silliness was a great one-block experiment, and while it's dissatisfying how few of the Magic audience actually appreciated it, its cards like this that will get new players imagining just how many giants are needed in a set to justify this card's inclusion.

Oh, and it has a perfect name.
Posted By: Palochka (11/12/2012 12:03:39 PM)
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changeling titan?
7 damage.
Posted By: iantewks (4/17/2010 12:39:49 PM)
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what's under foot #1?
Posted By: ttian (3/24/2009 9:26:57 AM)
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nice, ttian =)
Posted By: channelblaze (8/15/2010 1:07:06 PM)
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Why do I get the sense of the smell of cheesy feet when I look at this?
Posted By: Splizer (6/22/2011 8:00:52 AM)
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