Stripland

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"Stripland" is a slang term referring to any land card that can destroy another land. The earliest and most famous of the "striplands" is Strip Mine from Antiquities, from which the slang term comes.

All striplands can be tapped for {C}, or tapped and sacrificed to destroy another land. The exception to this pattern is Dust Bowl, where the cost of its land destruction ability allows the sacrifice of other lands instead, making it the only repeatable such effect.

Example[edit | edit source]

Strip Mine
Land
{T}: Add {C} to your mana pool.
{T}, Sacrifice Strip Mine: Destroy target land.

List of striplands[edit | edit source]

Targeting any land[edit | edit source]

  • Strip Mine (Antiquities)
    • {T}, Sacrifice Strip Mine: Destroy target land.
  • Ghost Quarter (Dissension)
    • {T}, Sacrifice Ghost Quarter: Destroy target land. Its controller may search his or her library for a basic land card, put it onto the battlefield, then shuffle his or her library.
  • Memorial to War (Dominaria)
    • {4}{R},{T}, Sacrifice Memorial to War: Destroy target land.

Targeting only nonbasic lands[edit | edit source]

  • Wasteland (Tempest)
    • {T}, Sacrifice Wasteland: Destroy target nonbasic land.
  • Dust Bowl (Mercadian Masques)
    • {3}, {T}, Sacrifice a land: Destroy target nonbasic land.
  • Tectonic Edge (Worldwake)
    • {1}, {T}, Sacrifice Tectonic Edge: Destroy target nonbasic land. Activate this ability only if an opponent controls four or more lands.
  • Encroaching Wastes (Magic 2014)
    • {4}, {T}, Sacrifice Encroaching Wastes: Destroy target nonbasic land.
  • Field of Ruin (Ixalan)
    • {2}, {T}, Sacrifice Field of Ruin: Destroy target nonbasic land an opponent controls. Each player searches his or her library for a basic land card, puts it onto the battlefield, then shuffles his or her library.