MTG: Top 20 Dragons Cards of All Time
The picks for the biggest and baddest dragons ever printed in Magic The Gathering.
Dragons have always been cool. If you’ve ever owned a dragon, you’ve definetly put it into at least one deck. This list is dedicated to the top 20 dragons of all time. These are my personal picks, so please feel free to comment about any dragons you feel should have made the list. Without further delay—-
Honorable Mention: Shichifukujin Dragon
Not only does this card have an incredibly hard to find good quality picture, it is also literally hard to find one of these. This is one of the few unique cards in the game. I believe that there are only two in existence. However, if you read this cards ability, you’ll see it resembles a hydra more than a dragon! However, for shear rarity this card ges an honorable mention!
#20 Numot, The Devastator
Numot, The Devastator is one of the enemy colored dragons from Planar Chaos. His ability allows you to destroy up to two target lands when he deals combat damage to a player. You do need to pay 2R, but that’s surely worth it. However, Numot is a little slow to hit the field and if you’re going to cheat a dragon into play, there are much better choices. He’s a good one, but not the best out there.
#19 Karrthus, Tyrant Of Jund
This is kind of like a dragon lord. It doesn’t boost your dragons’ power and toughness, but it does give them haste. Hard casting this card is pretty tricky, so I prefer putting him into play via other methods. Reanimating him along with another particular dragon on the list makes for a pretty good hasting combo…
#18 Mordant Dragon
This dragon, despite have a more expensive fire breathing effect, is quite useful when it comes to taking out your opponent’s creatures. Whenever it deals combat damage to a player, you can have it deal that much damage to a creature that player controls. This is useful for clearing away creatures that have been giving you trouble that your opponents can’t/won’t block with.
#17 Dromar The Banisher