Glimmervoid

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters (MMA) Rare
Mirrodin (MRD) Rare

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Glimmervoid

Land

At end of turn, if you control no artifacts, sacrifice Glimmervoid.

: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool.

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Glimmervoid Discussion

Valengeta on Boom Bots (100% competitive budget)

1 month ago

Yes I understand that there some improvements to be done that can be solved with more mana sources so I'll get some non-basic lands like Glimmervoid and the dual-lands in order to be more flexible and do things like insta speed Cranial Plating, Dispatch, etc. The deck wont be as budgety, but it will be worth it. vaelran thank you for your comment :)

SynergyBuild on Kings of Metal, Coming to Town! (Budget)

4 months ago

+1 for AKIRI!

Would you consider Tarnished Citadel, City of Brass, Glimmervoid, Mana Confluence, or Gemstone Mine for the landbase?

NapoleonBonaparte on Lantern Control

6 months ago

Hey! I've been on a budget my whole life so I maybe able to offer some help!

With your budget in mind I would replace the 4 Glimmervoid with 4 City of Brass. Adding another "pain land" may cause you some slight issues in some matchups but this change will save you about $48. You could also consider some combination of other pain lands such as Llanowar Wastes and Underground River which I've seen a couple lantern list before Spire of Industry was printed. Those extra pain lands could replace Darkslick Shores which is a pricy card now. Also, to offset some of the life loss you could also add another copy of Inventors' Fair which would also give you access to another tutor.

Also some budget considerations that might help without modifying the decklist include buying lightly played or moderately played cards instead of near mint copies. I do this myself and it quickly adds up to big savings. Also, you could wait to buy cards when they are marked down, SCG does different sales every week and you maybe able to find the cards you need for a bit cheaper. Also, look for promotions by companies. I know that channelfireball is currently offering $25 store credit when you spend over $100. You can find the promo code on the homepage of their website.

The suggested changes and some careful shopping should get you within your spending budget. I hope I've offered some helpful advice. Good luck and happy building!

Ethir on Omelette du fromage

7 months ago

Yeah i know Spire of Industry, but i prefer use Glimmervoid instead of it because the lost of 1 or 2 hp from land could make us lose in some match up, while Glimmervoid don't, and usualy, they can't kill all your artifacts before you comboAnother option is Grove of the Burnwillows, because we only use red and green in the deck, and give 1 hp to opponent isn't a problme sonce you go infiniteBut my deck use white cards in dide, so i prefer Glimmervoid :) and i already have the cards :p

yugo0075 on Omelette du fromage

7 months ago

Oh and if you wish you now have acces to a new kind Glimmervoid in the form of Spire of Industry.

The main point here being that it is less vulnerable to artifact hate.

Smasasaur on The Ten Plagues: Locust God EDH | *PRIMER*

7 months ago

This deck seems to be very reliant on using lots of artifacts, and really takes off with them out. This deck is also fantastic! I am wondering if putting Glimmervoid be a good idea? It can help fix mana and should always stay out due to the sheer number of rocks and artifacts.

TheGooseManWells on Into the Storm with Jhoira - cEDH Historic Combo

8 months ago

also Glimmervoid ?? Feel like odds are, between artifacts and artifact lands you could run it and not have to worry about sac-ing it.

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