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Ok so originally I didn't like him but I built a deck around him.
Mwonvuli Beast Tracker to tutor him up.

Gatecreeper Vine
Borderland Ranger
Elvish Visionary
Soul of the Harvest For the land engine he needs

and then mana elves to get him out turn 4 or 5 to blast them in the face.
Posted By: Biglonty (2/24/2013 2:50:22 AM)
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His friends call him BoBo, and run him with Seek the Horizon and Creeping Renaissance.
Posted By: OrgasmandTea (2/4/2013 1:26:03 PM)
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A fun EDH general. Best combos
Life from the Loam: 1G for 3 bolts, every turn
Groundskeeper: 1G: bolt, as much as you have the mana for
Praetor's Council: Get back every land searcher/anything in your graveyard, which is what it always does for anyone... oh yeah, and every land you've pitched or sacrificed
Creeping Renascence: Rebolt everything you've done with him, every land you might have sacrificed if you're doing that. Then do it again.

Creeping really is the star player. Best example was when my opponent was playing Mimeoplasm and didn't know I had this. I had Bor out, and he decided to traumatize me instead of himself for the fun of it. Well, he milled about 12 lands and Creeping Renascence. Flashback, Facenuke.

It's just too bad commander damage is combat damage now :P
Posted By: Kindulas (2/24/2013 7:04:48 PM)
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His mana cost is 4RRGG... ARRGG!!!
Posted By: Ruaranicus (10/2/2013 11:43:55 AM)
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His name literally means the sound of one's stomach grumbling. That's how you know he's a badass Gruul leader.
Posted By: MCcreator (12/11/2013 12:06:19 PM)
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Discard a Mountain card: Gurgley Man throws a rock at 'em.
Discard a Forest card: Gurgley Man throws a tree at 'em.
Posted By: JimmyNoobPlayer (5/2/2013 6:30:20 AM)
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Either ramp or reanimate, whatever! I'd just love to play this so badly! :D
He doesn't act the instant he comes into play, which makes him not "optimal", but DAMN those abilities are NEAT!
(Neat? MEAT?! WE EAT!!)
Posted By: Dabok (1/22/2013 2:51:31 PM)
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Amusingly, he provides an excellent use for the generally terrible "Sweep" mechanic from Kamigawa. If you ramp into him and then drop Barrel Down Sokenzan the next turn, fun things will happen.
Posted By: LordRandomness (2/19/2013 5:20:34 PM)
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"I'm going to smash you with this tree and then grab a bite to eat – and then I'm gonna do it again!"
Anyways, along the vein of Lost in the Woods, I can see some land-heavy decks in sealed that mull to Borb and then take your opponent out in two turns. Maybe have some dinky creatures along the way for defense, etc.
Posted By: Goatllama (1/22/2013 2:46:30 PM)
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He turns excess Land into Lightning Bolts!
Posted By: BOXN (1/23/2013 10:44:55 PM)
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