The 10 Biggest Magic The Gathering Creatures Ever Printed
When it comes down to raw attack and defense these creatures blow the rest out of the water… but are they overrated?
Magic the gathering cards have been printed for nearly 17 years. Everyone has their favorite thing about the game, but many people seem to agree, no matter how useless the card actually is, huge creatures are awesome! Just holding a 10/10 attacker in their hand will give some players shivers. The purpose of this article is to uncover the 10 biggest, baddest raw attacking creatures in the game…Timmy players enjoy!
These cards are in order of TOTAL attack and defense.
a few of the less exciting 10/10’s are not listed…
Leveler – Mirrodin – 2003
Good Luck trying to get this one to work out. For five mana, a 10/10 looks pretty awesome, but you better have a quick plan. good luck drawing a card next turn. The best use I can think of would be Pandemonium fodder.
Worth-it-meter: 1 out of 5
Progenitus – Conflux – 2009
The new “greatest card of all time” comes up a bit short in the huge factor. Yes it is practically an automatic 10 every turn, but its very plain and simple with protection from your stuff too. If you ever get the mana to actually play this guy, get your disenchants ready for Moat or Form of the Dragon. This card is best used, if not in a spectrum deck (obviously), something with Elvish Piper.
Worth-it-meter: 4 out of 5
Leviathan – the Dark – 1994
At one time Leviathan was THE BIGGEST creature ever printed. Although it has major drawbacks it has managed to be re-printed by popular demand most recently in Time Spiral (2006) and a couple other sets in the 1990’s. A collector’s favorite this card is really more fun to talk about than play. Better have some disposable lands ’cause its going to put 4 islands in the graveyard every turn it attacks.. but then it IS a 10/10 trampler. and in 1994 he was pretty f-ing scary. With some of the newer cards having less drawbacks, this cards has seen a major drop in price and use recently.
worth-it-meter: 2 out of 5
Denizen of the Deep – Portal, Second Age – 1998