Heart Sliver


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Premium Deck Series: Slivers (PDS) Common
Tempest (TMP) Common

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Heart Sliver

Creature — Sliver

All Sliver creatures have haste.

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Heart Sliver Discussion

cdkime on Slivers

3 days ago

You do not need any slivers with a converted mana cost over 2. They're a hyper-aggressive tribe, and your goal is to flood the board as quickly as possible.

To that end, you should focus on the best of the best.

I would run four copies of the following:

I would run 3 copies of the following, since their abilities are redundant:

The only 3 mana sliver I would consider is Harmonic Sliver, and only run that if you need artifact or enchantment hate.

For your lands, focus on cards that produce all 5 colours: City of Brass, Mana Confluence, Cavern of Souls (budget permitting/if your group allows proxies), Unclaimed Territory. Don't worry about City of Brass/Mana Confluence's damage--your goal is to flood the board with death long before your opponent can whittle you down.

Also, Aether Vial is obscenely good with slivers--probably a bit too expensive for casual play, unless your group allows proxies.

Edit: And be sure to keep your list to 60 cards!

cdkime on Quiver Sliver

5 days ago

Other than Timmy-factor, there is no reason to play any sliver with a converted mana cost of 3 or greater in casual/legacy. Your goal should be to flood the field with slivers as quickly as possible. Likewise, Gemhide Sliver is a trap--unless you are playing commander, your slivers are too busy winning the game to be used as a mana source.

To that end, I would focus on the best of the best:

You can afford to run fewer than 4 copies of Crystalline, Heart, and Striking sliver, since their abilities are not redundant.

Otherwise, 4 Aether Vials and you are set. Collected Company is a decent topdeck option, since it nets you 2 slivers for 4, effectively drawing and playing two cards.

dmtodd on Sliver Onslaught

2 weeks ago

I just built a very similar commander deck. I use Gemhide Sliver + Paradox Engine + Sliver Overlord to dump out all the slivers in the deck. The idea is to use one of the tutors to pull out the Paradox Engine and get it on board. You'll need a total of 5 slivers and 10 mana to get started with Paradox Engine on the battlefield. Cast Sliver Overlord, tap three to search for Gemhide Sliver, cast it out, use 3 slivers to search for a hast enabler like, Heart Sliver, cast it out and now you can tap and untap slivers to activate Sliver Overlord ability to tutor for slivers. Even if the combo doesn't go off there is plenty of synergies to smash most opponents. I have found that I quickly become the target at the table when I start amassing a sliver army, so be prepared for that. Let me know if Paradox Engine works in your build.

Tremblayk19 on 4c Pauper Slivers

1 month ago

Heart Sliver is what makes this deck competitive in my opinion-being able to play out my whole hand and to be explosive. I'll definitely put a copy or two of Hunter Sliver in my sideboard though.

Ubuwuntu on 4c Pauper Slivers

1 month ago

I would try Hunter Sliver over Heart Sliver, it works as targeted removal and is brilliant against delver and so on.

Tremblayk19 on 4c Pauper Slivers

1 month ago

I've thought about Crumbling Vestige but I'll reconsider it. Personally, I think the Crypt Sliver and Heart Sliver are well worth the occasional mana trouble. But so far it has been working out quite nicely. The deck mulligans well also.

Tremblayk19 on 4c Pauper Slivers

1 month ago

With both Heart Sliver and Gemhide Sliver on the battlefield you can often play 3-4 creatures in a turn following a good Lead the Stampede. I don't think this version is much slower than a typical GW version of the deck and I think its much more powerful.

Do you have suggestions for fixing the mana base? I think 6/23 lands entering tapped isn't bad. I appreciate you taking the time to comment.

LVL_666 on The Queen's Egg

1 month ago

mrlucky131313, thank you for the card suggestions, also if you didn't know you can tag cards using the following code [ [insert card name here w/o spaces in brackets] ]. Now, as for your suggestions here's my input:

  • Shapers' Sanctuary: Interesting card, but it relies too heavily on opponents wanting to rely on targeted removal to be consistently useful. It's a nice deterrent card, but in EDH I think opponents wouldn't be too hung up over me drawing a single card if they can remove a pesky creature.

  • Lightning Greaves/Swiftfoot Boots: Awesome card, and perfect for a big beefy creature that needs haste and protection. These cards however seem a bit redundant as I have both Heart Sliver + Blur Sliver in the deck. Crystalline Sliver also provides much needed protection for all slivers as opposed to just one that's equipped. The icing on the cake however is the fact that all of the previously mentioned slivers are tutorable ala the Commander.

  • Call to the Kindred: Awesome card, but it's too expensive cmc wise for me to want to run it. Additionally, it's entirely dependent on the presence of creatures to actually be worthwhile. I wish it was on a sliver. I'd love it if they put this card on a Sliver. I think this card was once in the deck, but it was cut to make room for better options.

  • Mimic Vat: I'm not so sure about this one. If you didn't notice, i'm running strictly Sliver tribal here and uh...I wouldn't know what to do with this one. Maybe you could explain how it'd be of use in this deck?

  • Consecrated Sphinx/Snapcaster Mage: These are not slivers. Therefore, they have no place here in the hive. Now, if Wizards would produce some new slivers with these abilities? Then i'd be all about them.

  • Cyclonic Rift: Read my decklist, it's already in lol. In fact, i'd argue that all blue EDH decks worth their merit have this card already.

Also, this is shameless...but a +1 would be most appreciated.

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