MTG: Top 30 Goblins
Taking a look at the best goblins of all time!
Goblins have always been a quick way to win a game of MTG. However, I think it’s time to take a little more in depth look at goblins. Goblins don’t all need to be in a goblin deck to be great. Some of these cards work in goblin decks and some work on their own. Either way, let’s get started!
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#30 Ben-Ben, Akki Hermit
This card is good in any mono-red deck. You should be able to deal at least four damage to an attacking creature. I reccomend this in a direct damage deck because you can use this card to take out attacking creatures and then after that, play an instant on your opponent’s turn to deal damage to them. Just keep your mountains open!
#29 Zo-Zu Tge Punisher
This is one of those goblins that doesn’t have to be in a goblin deck. This card works great with land destruction. Your opponent will have to play some lands if they want to stay in the game, and this card should make that a more painful experience.
#28 Reckless One
A goblin that is useless outside of a goblin deck, Reckless One is a quick and powerful card. Usually this card is about a 4/4 or 5/5. If you have more goblins in play than five, then you should have won by the time you get this card.
#27 Fodder Launch
This card, though not a goblin creature, is still a goblin. It’s like the cousin of Goblin Grenade (which doesn’t make the list because it is not tribal but is much better). Goblin Grendade is much faster, but Fodder Launch is more deadly. This card gets rid of a creature (usually) and also hits your opponent for five damage.
#26 Goblin Lookout
This card is really cool for those final charges. You can sacrifice a goblin that was blocked or has an ability that triggers when it leaves play so that you’ll get the most out of your sacrifice. If worst comes to worst, you can sacrifice this card to itself! A good card indeed.