Chalice of the Void

Legality

Format Legality
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Set Rarity
Masterpiece Series: Kaladesh Inventions Mythic Rare
Modern Masters Rare
Mirrodin Rare

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Chalice of the Void

Artifact

Chalice of the Void enters the battlefield with X charge counters on it.

Whenever a player casts a spell with converted mana cost equal to the number of charge counters on Chalice of the Void, counter that spell.

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Chalice of the Void Discussion

BladeMasta220 on fireborne1986

1 day ago

Hey man, I was wondering if we could maybe workout a big trade for your 3x Chalice of the Void. I have from your list:

4x Monastery Mentor

1x Ajani Steadfast

4x Soulfire Grand Master

1x Duplicant

1x Vedalken Orrery

4x Temple of Deceit

1x Hidden Dragonslayer foil

1x Hanna, Ship's Navigator

1x mardu strike leader foil

And I have the opportunity to trade for either a Phyrexian Tower or Academy Rector. Then I just have cards we can use to fill in with value? Let me know thanks!

LVL_666 on The Queen's Egg

2 days ago

Delta-117, iconic masters would be a great opportunity to see a reprint of Sliver Legion, but I think it may be too early to get our hopes up. If anything, I think it'd be a great opportunity to branch out and acquire some of the more popular "traditional" creatures in Magic. Personally, I want to build a Dragon themed commander deck and from what I recall Commander 2017 will feature one. Can't wait to pick it up.

Regarding your trade agreement for Sliver Queen and Sliver Legion with your friend, I would be weary of your arrangement. According to StarCityGames, the Mirrodin release for Chalice of the Void runs for about $70 - $80 (source) while Sliver Queen runs for about $40 (source) and Sliver Legion goes for about $37 - $40 (source). Since you're acquiring and trading two Chalices for the Slivers you'd be paying roughly $80 more than you should be. You should reassess your trade and ask for more in return.

Delta-117 on The Queen's Egg

3 days ago

I should soon before too long be getting my own copy of Sliver Queen and Sliver Legion (and some stuff for a modern deck) as part of a trade. That friend of mine I mentioned earlier has decided he is going to part with these slivers as he already sold off his sliver commander deck about a year ago as he never got to play it much and was just losing a bit of interest in the format previously. I'm going to be buying him 2 Chalice of the Void that he needed for modern, once I soon get my store credit for selling some cards mostly from standard and a couple from mm2017.

Once I have these I need to just focus on lands to upgrade my rather budget mana base.

Madhava on Scalestacks

1 week ago

Inspired by STAX and mono-brown decks of legacy. This has been my go-to for modern nights at my LGS. Great fun to play... although its win record is just average. Probably because my local meta doesn't favor a lot of creatures. Magus of the Tabernacle, Ghostly Prison, & Storage Matrix are very tough for many creature-heavy decks to deal with.

Worst matchups = anything that doesn't play many creatures. So, the sideboard is geared towards dealing with Burn, MUC/Jeskai, & MBC/8-Rack. Playing against Tron is also difficult, because Tron doesn't care much about being taxed. Either it surgically-extracts an Urza land, or it loses.

Suggestions are welcome. I've considered adding Chalice of the Void, which would require me to retire Culling Scales... and that wouldn't exactly help out Metalwork Colossus to come out.

I've also considered swapping out the current creatures for a Kuldotha Forgemaster + Blightsteel Colossus setup.

xyr0s on Budget U/B in Modern

1 week ago

I agree with rothgar13 - start with the monoblue faeries deck, add in black as you go along. Deck is funny to play (but rather difficult, I found). Making an actual control deck in modern, in the discard/counterspell/removal-style, has proven difficult - control is more often all about Blood Moon, Chalice of the Void, and Ensnaring Bridge, and even if you build a UB shell around these cards, it would run several times over the $ 150 budget.

xyr0s on Budget R/G Assault Loam Project: ...

1 week ago

Gnaw to the Bone could be okay against burn and merfolk, maybe against 8rack too (assuming you are on a budget, that is).

Besides, you need to bring anti-artifact and -enchantment cards, and quite a bit of it, in your SB. Otherwise you will be shut down by Chalice of the Void on 2, Rest in Peace, and other GY-hate.

rothgar13 on [Community Discussion]: Modern Chat

1 week ago

If you're looking to prison your opponents out, I would recommend looking at lock pieces like Chalice of the Void and Ensnaring Bridge. Those will make it very difficult for your opponent to win, and then you can dig for a wincon at your leisure.

clayperce on Serious Infection

1 week ago

BigDenny,
You maybe missed this is the Great cards I'm not using and why section: "Nature's Claim: I love the low cost. Too bad it's horrible against Chalice of the Void when X=1."

Thanks though!

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