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Fear
Fear
FearSet: Revised Edition
Cost:
2
Color:
Black
Type:
Enchant Creature
Rarity:
C
Artist:
Mark Poole
Text:
Target creature cannot be blocked by any creatures except black creatures and artifact creatures.
the Relentless Swarm of Rats
Swarm of Rats
Swarm of RatsSet: Portal Second Age
Cost:
2
Color:
Black
Type:
Creature
Sub Type:
Rats
Rarity:
C
Artist:
Kev Walker
Power:
*
Toughness:
1
Text:
Swarm of Rats has power equal to the number of Rat cards you have in play. (This includes both tapped and untapped Rat cards.)


“Rats, rats, rats! Hundreds, thousands, millions of them, and every one a life.”
- Bram Stoker, Dracula

Relentless rats, come on, I bet the first time you saw this card you quickly pulled all your rat cards and feverishly tried to assemble The Perfect Rat Deck™. This card harkens back to the days of old when I had my first Alpha Starter Deck, but I deviate from the subject at hand. Anyway I saw this card and it was Plague Rats
Plague Rats
Plague RatsSet: Revised Edition
Cost:
3
Color:
Black
Type:
Creature
Sub Type:
Rats
Rarity:
C
Artist:
Anson Maddocks
Power:
*
Toughness:
*
Text:
The *s below are the number of Plague Rats in play, counting both sides. Thus if there are two Plague Rats in play, each has power and toughness 2/2.
. Cool artwork, it even had something from Samuel Coleridge in there (I passed this off as literary learning whenever my Mom would try to throw away my cards, needless to say, we moved and she “forgot” that big huge box of cards, riiiiiiiiiiiight……) but what was really cool at the time was that it could get bigger the more rats like him that were in play, on both sides! Thus started my search, nay my journey into finding The Perfect Rat Deck™. With Champions of Kamigawa almost close enough to taste I believe that journey is over.

So what makes it all work? What is there that can catapult these rats into the limelight and possibly, should I even say it, Pro Tour Championships! Thrum…thrum….thrum….. What’s that sound? It’s the sound of rats, millions and millions of rats, scurrying, biting and clawing, for their master is here. Hey, I work at a law firm so guess what, I am a veritable expert on the matter. My friends call me Willard.

Marrow-Gnawer 3BB
Legendary Creature – Rat Rogue

All Rats have Fear
Fear
FearSet: Revised Edition
Cost:
2
Color:
Black
Type:
Enchant Creature
Rarity:
C
Artist:
Mark Poole
Text:
Target creature cannot be blocked by any creatures except black creatures and artifact creatures.

T Sacrifice
Sacrifice
SacrificeSet: Revised Edition
Cost:
1
Color:
Black
Type:
Instant
Rarity:
U
Artist:
Dan Frazier
Text:
Sacrifice one of your creatures to add to your mana pool a number of black mana equal to that creature's casting cost.
a Rat: Put X 1/1 black Rat creature tokens into play, where X is the number of Rats you control.

16:Swamp
Swamp
SwampSet: Oversize Cards
Color:
Land
Type:
Land
Rarity:
X
Artist:
Tony Roberts
Text:
T: Add B to your mana pool.

8:Forest
Forest
ForestSet: Oversize Cards
Color:
Land
Type:
Land
Rarity:
X
Artist:
Tony Roberts
Text:
T: Add G to your mana pool.

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24 lands

16:Relentless Rats
Relentless Rats
Relentless RatsSet: Fifth Dawn
Cost:
3
Color:
Black
Type:
Creature
Sub Type:
Rat
Rarity:
U
Number:
58
Artist:
Thomas M Baxa
Text:
Relentless Rats gets +1/+1 for each other creature named Relentless Rats in play. A deck can have any number of cards named Relentless Rats.
(or more if you feel lucky)
4:Vine Trellis
Vine Trellis
Vine TrellisSet: Mercadian Masques
Cost:
2
Color:
Green
Type:
Creature
Sub Type:
Wall
Rarity:
C
Number:
285
Artist:
DiTerlizzi
Power:
0
Toughness:
4
Text:
(Walls can't attack.) T: Add one green mana to your mana pool.

4:Solemn Simulacrum
Solemn Simulacrum
Solemn SimulacrumSet: Mirrodin
Cost:
4
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact Creature
Rarity:
R
Number:
245
Artist:
Greg Staples
Text:
When Solemn Simulacrum comes into play, you may search your library for a basic land card and put that card into play tapped. If you do, shuffle your library. When Solemn Simulacrum is put into a graveyard from play, you may draw a card.

4:Marrow-Gnawer
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28 creatures

4:Goblin Charbelcher
Goblin Charbelcher
Goblin CharbelcherSet: Mirrodin
Cost:
4
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Number:
176
Artist:
Stephen Tappin
Text:
3, T: Reveal cards from the top of your library until you reveal a land card. Goblin Charbelcher deals damage equal to the number of nonland cards revealed this way to target creature or player. If the revealed land card was a Mountain, Goblin Charbelcher deals double that damage instead. Put the revealed cards on the bottom of your library in any order.

4:Patriarch’s Bidding
4:Wayfarer’s Bauble
4:Rampant Growth
Rampant Growth
Rampant GrowthSet: Classic Sixth Edition
Cost:
2
Color:
Green
Type:
Sorcery
Rarity:
C
Number:
246
Artist:
Tom Kyffin
Text:
Search your library for a basic land card and put that card into play tapped. Then shuffle your library.

4:Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms
Coat of ArmsSet: Exodus
Cost:
5
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Number:
131
Artist:
Scott M. Fischer
Text:
Each creature gets +1/+1 for each other creature in play of the same creature type. (For example, if there are three Goblins in play, each of them gets +2/+2.)

4:Chrome Mox
Chrome Mox
Chrome MoxSet: Mirrodin
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Number:
152
Artist:
Donato Giancola
Text:
Imprint - When Chrome Mox comes into play, you may remove a nonartifact, nonland card in your hand from the game. (The removed card is imprinted on this artifact.) T: Add one mana of any of the imprinted card's colors to your mana pool.

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24 other spells

Rats, rats everywhere and not a drop to drink

Mana is our ambrosia, it is our drink and our wine. It powers our spells and allows us to call lightning from the heavens, rend the earth at our enemies’ feet, or cast Rats. I know you’re asking yourself, what am I to do with a handful of rats and no mana to cast them. Those of you who have ever been mana-shorted (lack of mana to cast spells, not the spell Mana Short
Mana Short
Mana ShortSet: Revised Edition
Cost:
3
Color:
Blue
Type:
Instant
Rarity:
R
Artist:
Dameon Willich
Text:
All opponent's lands are tapped, and opponent's mana pool is emptied. Opponent takes no damage from unspent mana.
) during a game all know what I mean.

…it doesn’t take much to see that the problems of three little rats don’t amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world. Some day you’ll understand that. Not now. Here’s looking at you, kid.

Putting the pieces together

Vine Trellis
Vine Trellis
Vine TrellisSet: Mercadian Masques
Cost:
2
Color:
Green
Type:
Creature
Sub Type:
Wall
Rarity:
C
Number:
285
Artist:
DiTerlizzi
Power:
0
Toughness:
4
Text:
(Walls can't attack.) T: Add one green mana to your mana pool.


This serves a dual purpose. As an early blocker it’s got a pretty good four toughness for relatively little mana. An early blocker against Affinity and an additional mana source to cast your other spells.

Solemn Simulacrum
Solemn Simulacrum
Solemn SimulacrumSet: Mirrodin
Cost:
4
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact Creature
Rarity:
R
Number:
245
Artist:
Greg Staples
Text:
When Solemn Simulacrum comes into play, you may search your library for a basic land card and put that card into play tapped. If you do, shuffle your library. When Solemn Simulacrum is put into a graveyard from play, you may draw a card.


Most of my builds include this guy. He’s a 2/2 warm body that can search out the correct land that you need to cast that Rampant Growth
Rampant Growth
Rampant GrowthSet: Classic Sixth Edition
Cost:
2
Color:
Green
Type:
Sorcery
Rarity:
C
Number:
246
Artist:
Tom Kyffin
Text:
Search your library for a basic land card and put that card into play tapped. Then shuffle your library.
or pull out that second swamp to cast that first Relentless Rat. Aside from mana acceleration he has the additional bonus of drawing a card when you use him to chump block a bigger creature. As long as we’re on the subject he also thins your lands out in the deck, allowing you to draw useful spells rather than another land that you don’t need.

Marrow-Gnawer a.k.a. Willard

Willard on a bad day. Decent 2/3 frame but it’s his ability that really makes this deck work. He gives all Rats a good name. He’s a built in Cover of Darkness
Cover of Darkness
Cover of DarknessSet: Onslaught
Cost:
2
Color:
Black
Type:
Enchantment
Rarity:
R
Number:
133
Artist:
Kev Walker
Text:
As Cover of Darkness comes into play, choose a creature type. Creatures of the chosen type have fear. (They can't be blocked except by artifact creatures and/or black creatures.)
and a Rat Breeding Pit
Breeding Pit
Breeding PitSet: Fifth Edition
Cost:
4
Color:
Black
Type:
Enchantment
Rarity:
U
Artist:
Adrian Smith
Text:
During your upkeep, pay BB or bury Breeding Pit.At the end of your turn, put a Thrull token into play. Treat this token as a 0/1 black creature.
all in one. Imagine this, Marrow-Gnawer in play with three rats (including Marrow that’s four rats), you blast one of your rats and you get four back. Sure they’re 1/1 now but they’re fodder for Marrow to create more. A few breeding cycles later you’re set. I would definitely recommend sacrificing a Rat token instead of a Relentless Rat only because your Relentless Rats
Relentless Rats
Relentless RatsSet: Fifth Dawn
Cost:
3
Color:
Black
Type:
Creature
Sub Type:
Rat
Rarity:
U
Number:
58
Artist:
Thomas M Baxa
Text:
Relentless Rats gets +1/+1 for each other creature named Relentless Rats in play. A deck can have any number of cards named Relentless Rats.
all lose +1/+1 when one of their number dies. Which is why Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms
Coat of ArmsSet: Exodus
Cost:
5
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Number:
131
Artist:
Scott M. Fischer
Text:
Each creature gets +1/+1 for each other creature in play of the same creature type. (For example, if there are three Goblins in play, each of them gets +2/+2.)
is just sick in this deck. Keep on reading, I know you’re hooked. You won’t be seeing this guy in circulation until October though.

Relentless Rats
Relentless Rats
Relentless RatsSet: Fifth Dawn
Cost:
3
Color:
Black
Type:
Creature
Sub Type:
Rat
Rarity:
U
Number:
58
Artist:
Thomas M Baxa
Text:
Relentless Rats gets +1/+1 for each other creature named Relentless Rats in play. A deck can have any number of cards named Relentless Rats.


They’re relentless. I mean really relentless. They have a built in Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms
Coat of ArmsSet: Exodus
Cost:
5
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Number:
131
Artist:
Scott M. Fischer
Text:
Each creature gets +1/+1 for each other creature in play of the same creature type. (For example, if there are three Goblins in play, each of them gets +2/+2.)
and it breaks one of Magic’s primary rules of having more than four copies in a deck. You can have a sideboard of 15 Rats if you wanted. Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms
Coat of ArmsSet: Exodus
Cost:
5
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Number:
131
Artist:
Scott M. Fischer
Text:
Each creature gets +1/+1 for each other creature in play of the same creature type. (For example, if there are three Goblins in play, each of them gets +2/+2.)
just cries out to be in this deck.

Goblin Charbelcher
Goblin Charbelcher
Goblin CharbelcherSet: Mirrodin
Cost:
4
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Number:
176
Artist:
Stephen Tappin
Text:
3, T: Reveal cards from the top of your library until you reveal a land card. Goblin Charbelcher deals damage equal to the number of nonland cards revealed this way to target creature or player. If the revealed land card was a Mountain, Goblin Charbelcher deals double that damage instead. Put the revealed cards on the bottom of your library in any order.


This is just wicked. It deals X damage to target creature or player. With a ton of Rats in there it’ll take a while to get to a land card AND it’s like a huge Scry effect (yeah, I like to arrange my Rats just so). With the Rampant Growth
Rampant Growth
Rampant GrowthSet: Classic Sixth Edition
Cost:
2
Color:
Green
Type:
Sorcery
Rarity:
C
Number:
246
Artist:
Tom Kyffin
Text:
Search your library for a basic land card and put that card into play tapped. Then shuffle your library.
, Solemn Simulacrum
Solemn Simulacrum
Solemn SimulacrumSet: Mirrodin
Cost:
4
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact Creature
Rarity:
R
Number:
245
Artist:
Greg Staples
Text:
When Solemn Simulacrum comes into play, you may search your library for a basic land card and put that card into play tapped. If you do, shuffle your library. When Solemn Simulacrum is put into a graveyard from play, you may draw a card.
and Wayfarer’s Bauble you’ll have thinned out the lands in your deck to deliver a nasty blow for the finish. Now I wonder what will happen if you DON’T have any more lands in the deck.

“Q: If I use Goblin Charbelcher
Goblin Charbelcher
Goblin CharbelcherSet: Mirrodin
Cost:
4
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Number:
176
Artist:
Stephen Tappin
Text:
3, T: Reveal cards from the top of your library until you reveal a land card. Goblin Charbelcher deals damage equal to the number of nonland cards revealed this way to target creature or player. If the revealed land card was a Mountain, Goblin Charbelcher deals double that damage instead. Put the revealed cards on the bottom of your library in any order.
and I don't have any land cards in my library what happens? Do I get decked? Does it cause a loop?
A: If you don't have any lands in your library you reveal all the cards left in the library, then the Char
Char
CharSet: Ravnica City of Guilds
Cost:
3
Color:
Red
Type:
Instant
Rarity:
R
Number:
117
Artist:
Adam Rex
Text:
Char deals 4 damage to target creature or player and 2 damage to you.
belcher deals 1 damage for each revealed card. Then you put all the cards back, in whatever order you want.
Even if one part of an effect fails, the other parts will try to do as much as possible. Revealing the land is just a stop condition, it's not a requirement to deal damage (it doesn't say ´´if you reveal a land…´´).”
The above is from Saturday School #47 by Rune Horvik, Saturday, October 11, 2003. Wizards site.

Patriarch’s Bidding

I’ll put my bid on Rats. Patriarch’s Bidding is in here for those brave comrades that have taken the fall for their rodent brethren. And no, this deck is not called Rat Bidding, don’t make me come over there and hurt you.

Wayfarer’s Bauble

I use this to basically pull the correct land that I might need at the time. Along with mana acceleration and to charge up that huge Belcher.

Rampant Growth
Rampant Growth
Rampant GrowthSet: Classic Sixth Edition
Cost:
2
Color:
Green
Type:
Sorcery
Rarity:
C
Number:
246
Artist:
Tom Kyffin
Text:
Search your library for a basic land card and put that card into play tapped. Then shuffle your library.


Another way to get the prerequisite second swamp to cast that first Rat. Mana acceleration, thins out your lands, you’ve heard this all before.

Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms
Coat of ArmsSet: Exodus
Cost:
5
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Number:
131
Artist:
Scott M. Fischer
Text:
Each creature gets +1/+1 for each other creature in play of the same creature type. (For example, if there are three Goblins in play, each of them gets +2/+2.)


Well, these Rats don’t need it but everybody needs a little help sometimes. Two Rats in play with a Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms
Coat of ArmsSet: Exodus
Cost:
5
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Number:
131
Artist:
Scott M. Fischer
Text:
Each creature gets +1/+1 for each other creature in play of the same creature type. (For example, if there are three Goblins in play, each of them gets +2/+2.)
means that you’ve got two 4/4 tough guys that are going to get bigger as soon as their buddies arrive. Third Rat means all three Rats are 5/5. With more Rats well, the joy just goes on and on doesn’t it? This also helps those little 1/1 rat brothers to get bigger. With Marrow leading them they all have built-in Fear
Fear
FearSet: Revised Edition
Cost:
2
Color:
Black
Type:
Enchant Creature
Rarity:
C
Artist:
Mark Poole
Text:
Target creature cannot be blocked by any creatures except black creatures and artifact creatures.
. Now you’re getting the picture.

Chrome Mox
Chrome Mox
Chrome MoxSet: Mirrodin
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Number:
152
Artist:
Donato Giancola
Text:
Imprint - When Chrome Mox comes into play, you may remove a nonartifact, nonland card in your hand from the game. (The removed card is imprinted on this artifact.) T: Add one mana of any of the imprinted card's colors to your mana pool.


You’ll most likely draw more Rats than you can cast at first. The Mox is just a nice fit here since he has so many targets, mainly those Rats in your hand. It helps for early “rat dropping” and later more “rat droppings”. Ahem. I mean, it gives you more mana to drop more rats.


I had a lot of ideas with this deck but most of the really good cards for this deck were Extended Legal and not Type 2. This deck however is a Type 2 Legal deck right now (minus Marrow-Gnawer of course) but I think some cards are cycling out of Type 2 with Kamigawa right around the block. For those of you wanting a “fun deck” this is chock full of fun. I mean the more Rats the merrier right? Anyway, here are some Extended thoughts for you. Try Alluren, Fecundity
Fecundity
FecunditySet: Urza's Saga
Cost:
3
Color:
Green
Type:
Enchantment
Rarity:
U
Number:
251
Artist:
Rebecca Guay
Text:
Whenever a creature is put into a graveyard from play, that creature's controller may draw a card.
and Lethal Vapors
Lethal Vapors
Lethal VaporsSet: Scourge
Cost:
4
Color:
Black
Type:
Enchantment
Rarity:
R
Number:
68
Text:
Whenever a creature comes into play, destroy it.
0 : Destroy Lethal Vapors. Skip your next turn. Any player may play this ability.
and some sort of way to draw up a good handful of cards, something like Howling Mine
Howling Mine
Howling MineSet: Revised Edition
Cost:
2
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Artist:
Mark Poole
Text:
Each player must draw one extra card during the draw phase of each of his or her turns.
. You just need a good handful of these guys in hand. Basically you blow up by casting the rats with Alluren for free, they get destroyed and go to the graveyard, Fecundity
Fecundity
FecunditySet: Urza's Saga
Cost:
3
Color:
Green
Type:
Enchantment
Rarity:
U
Number:
251
Artist:
Rebecca Guay
Text:
Whenever a creature is put into a graveyard from play, that creature's controller may draw a card.
draws more cards and you play more Rats for free then when you have enough cast the Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms
Coat of ArmsSet: Exodus
Cost:
5
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Number:
131
Artist:
Scott M. Fischer
Text:
Each creature gets +1/+1 for each other creature in play of the same creature type. (For example, if there are three Goblins in play, each of them gets +2/+2.)
or even just Patriarch’s Bidding, be sure to blow up the Lethal Vapors
Lethal Vapors
Lethal VaporsSet: Scourge
Cost:
4
Color:
Black
Type:
Enchantment
Rarity:
R
Number:
68
Text:
Whenever a creature comes into play, destroy it.
0 : Destroy Lethal Vapors. Skip your next turn. Any player may play this ability.
though. Better yet, wait for your opponent to pay 0 and skip their next turn and Bam! R.O.U.S. (Rodents of Unusual Size). I know you’ve seen the movie, don’t even dare denying it. You’re playing green so you can pack a reset switch like Naturalize
Naturalize
NaturalizeSet: Onslaught
Cost:
2
Color:
Green
Type:
Instant
Rarity:
C
Number:
275
Artist:
Ron Spears
Text:
Destroy target artifact or enchantment.
on the Lethal Vapors
Lethal Vapors
Lethal VaporsSet: Scourge
Cost:
4
Color:
Black
Type:
Enchantment
Rarity:
R
Number:
68
Text:
Whenever a creature comes into play, destroy it.
0 : Destroy Lethal Vapors. Skip your next turn. Any player may play this ability.
. While you’re at it, might as well go with Collective Unconscious
Collective Unconscious
Collective UnconsciousSet: Mercadian Masques
Cost:
6
Color:
Green
Type:
Sorcery
Rarity:
R
Number:
236
Artist:
Andrew Goldhawk
Text:
Draw a card for each creature you control.
to draw a load of cards or Pack Hunt
Pack Hunt
Pack HuntSet: Nemesis
Cost:
4
Color:
Green
Type:
Sorcery
Rarity:
R
Number:
109
Artist:
Sam Wood
Text:
Search your library for up to three copies of target creature, reveal them, and and put them into your hand. Then shuffle your library.
for an early defense/attack force in your hand. What would really be insane is to include Dual Nature
Dual Nature
Dual NatureSet: Prophecy
Cost:
6
Color:
Green
Type:
Enchantment
Rarity:
R
Number:
112
Artist:
Arnie Swekel
Text:
Whenever a creature card comes into play, its controller puts a creature token into play that's a copy of that creature. Whenever a creature card leaves play, remove all tokens with the same name as that creature from the game. When Dual Nature leaves play, remove all tokens created with it from the game.
in there. R.O.U.S. then reads “your opponent is dead”.

Tips on playing the deck

Be relentless. Rats, rats everywhere. Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms
Coat of ArmsSet: Exodus
Cost:
5
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Number:
131
Artist:
Scott M. Fischer
Text:
Each creature gets +1/+1 for each other creature in play of the same creature type. (For example, if there are three Goblins in play, each of them gets +2/+2.)
for anything on your side that moves. Grab all the lands that you can out of the deck and Belch, Belch, Belch. Create more Rats, attack. Make all rats 44/44. Block a Darksteel Colossus
Darksteel Colossus
Darksteel ColossusSet: Darksteel
Cost:
11
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact Creature
Rarity:
R
Number:
109
Artist:
Carl Critchlow
Power:
11
Toughness:
11
Text:
Trample. Darksteel Colossus is indestructible (Destroy effects and lethal damage don't destroy it.) If Darksteel Colossus would be put into a graveyard from anywhere reveal Darksteel Colossus and shuffle it into its owner's library instead.
without even blinking. Belcher is there for those people who just love to use Ensnaring Bridge
Ensnaring Bridge
Ensnaring BridgeSet: Stronghold
Cost:
3
Color:
Colorless
Type:
Artifact
Rarity:
R
Number:
127
Artist:
Pete Venters
Text:
Each creature with power greater than the number of cards in your hand cannot attack.
. The deck get’s off quick and just runs off. I mean, it’s relentless!

Additions to the deck, how about more rats? Just a thought. If I can only find some way to get those rats to the graveyard. There are a lot of Type 1 cards that’ll do that for you but I was “hampered” by designing the deck to be Standard Legal.

I think I’ll name this deck Pied Piper’s Revenge or Rat Rat Rat Rat Rat…., I’m still trying to decide on that one.

So until next time, beware the deck that has Mirri, Cat Warrior
Mirri, Cat Warrior
Mirri, Cat WarriorSet: Exodus
Cost:
3
Color:
Green
Type:
Creature
Sub Type:
Legend
Rarity:
R
Number:
114
Artist:
Daren Bader
Power:
2
Toughness:
3
Text:
Mirri, Cat Warrior counts as a Cat Warrior.First strike; forestwalk (If defending player controls any forests, this creature is unblockable.) Attacking does not cause Mirri to tap.
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