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Posted By: atemu1234 (8/25/2012 7:17:19 PM)


My budget, non-infinite combo with tooth and nail uses this guy and tyrant of discord. All the lands disappear, and then you sacrifice all your permanents in a random order.
Posted By: SAUS3 (6/21/2013 11:59:49 AM)


hahaha...gotta love how RR gets ripped on for having 2 toughness, when really it's now almost a PRO; 2 toughness makes it pretty easy to just bolt this guy yourself, triggering any landfall effect you have out on the field to ridiculous proportions.

Don't be surprised if someone finds something neat with this guy. Personally I always felt he was solid; razerpost WAS a decent tier 2 or 3 deck anyway, which really is pretty solid. With landfall Realm Razer seems like he could have some pretty interesting combos. Currently I'm actually working on a deck I like to call World Razer.

Once all lands are removed from play, naming land with world queller is pretty fun, considering my opponents won't be getting to use land anytime soon ;)

He's a great card, it's just that he isn't "efficient", per se. He's very johnny, and if you don't have that mindset then he really isn't for you.
Posted By: Iwaaan (10/2/2009 10:41:32 PM)


"Oh no, two toughness! It's gonna get killed by removal!"

And what land, exactly, is your opponent using to cast this removal?
Posted By: LordRandomness (3/29/2013 3:24:00 AM)


I agree with Shoe2, in that it at least could have gotten a little more powerful, just to fit in the Naya theme, but aside from that, he works in a Naya deck. He just removes lands from play, and if you're playing a Naya creature deck and not running druids of any sort, well, of course it's going to hurt you. Running at least 2 Llanowar Elves or Druid of the Anima as well as 2 Knotvine Mystic will give you 6 non-land mana right there to play around with. You can't be expected to play a Godsire, by any means, but you can get the best of the beasts out on druid mana, like the hasty Bull Cerodon or even the big blocker Meglonoth.
Posted By: Oleander (5/8/2009 12:02:49 PM)


I think Shoe2 is missing the point. This card is meant to back up all of Naya's awesome creatures. Just drop Realm Razer right after a Woolly Thoctar and the opponent will have a hard time revesing the board. I've won games with the Thoctar and Realm Razer even though my opponent had an Executioner's Capsule in play and plenty of removal in hand. They just couldn't afford any of their spells.

Also, the feel of this card has Naya written all over it. It's a giant beast that blasts away all forms of magic and knocks wizards flat on their back. It may not be the biggest critter in Naya, but it has its uses.
Posted By: snakeform_lol (4/19/2009 12:47:04 PM)


If you're lucky enough to have the mana and the cards, while ramping and landfall is what you want to do with this guy anyway, one among other ways you could play this is with Staggershock, thanks to the 2 toughness. How about a reserve Khalni Heart Expedition? Or Druid of Anima?

I'd imagine you would have around 5 or 6 lands before playing it. 5 landfall... that can be an 11/11 Geopede, a 10/11 Steppe Lynx, 5 1/1 bird tokens, +10/+10 for Adventuring Gear, 15 life thanks to Grazing Gladehart, 15 cards milled by Hedron Crab and thats only the landfallers that cost less than Realm Razer. 5 4/4 beast tokens from Rampaging Baloths, a board swept clean for a free shot by Admonition Angel, 5 +1/+1 counters on your Avenger of Zendikar's plant tokens, a 24/24 trample Baloth Woodcrasher, 15 life lost for your opponent and 15 life gained thanks to Ob Nixilis, all that if you still only had 5 lands before playing it. And that's not even considering the synergy some of these have together.

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Posted By: Ph1005 (6/21/2010 9:06:10 AM)


Use your imagination (along with The Gatherer). This card has potential. It's almost like a creature/Armagedden combo. All of the earlier players DO remember the power of Armagedden don't you? And when you're playing green, mana shouldn't be a problem. Yes, it would be more powerful with a power of 5, but it is still a very useful card.
Posted By: Plantboy81 (7/26/2009 10:30:40 PM)


Breathe, Shoe2, breathe - the reason Realm Razer is in the most mana-hungry shard is because Naya's central color (green) is by far the color with the most readily accessible non-land mana sources. Druid of the Anima and the ubiquitous Llanowar Elves? In the right deck (apparently none of the ones you're using), it can be devastating, especially if you can keep it on the board.

As for dropping the big creatures down - I recommend the Llanowar Elves-Elvish Piper partnership. The creatures just rain out of the sky, no lands required.
Posted By: RobinHood3000 (5/30/2009 7:50:19 AM)


Absolutely mindwrecking in multiplayer. Flavorwise, this card is dissappointing. 2 toughness? Really? You can see a small mountain in the back of the card, this guy is insanely huge and about as strong as White Knight...
Posted By: FD_02 (8/13/2009 6:24:35 PM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!