Heart Sliver

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Format Legality
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 Discussion

MasterRoach117 on The Glorious Hive

2 months ago

i would suggested putting paradox engine in your main board because Paradox Engine Quick Sliver + Manaweft Sliver + Heart Sliver +Sliver Overlord allows you to fetch all the slivers you want including Basal Sliver and Sliver Queen to generate as many sliver tokens as you want Training Grounds will allow you to get a 2 for 1 with that combo and there is almost nothing they can do at that point.

PookandPie on Slivers EDH

2 months ago

Best ways to optimize Sliver Overlord are to include Intruder Alarm and Paradox Engine. They both do essentially the same thing.

You just need to get Overlord, Gemhide/Manaweft, and 3 other Slivers onto the board. You can then tutor and cast Heart Sliver, who in turn lets you grab every other Sliver from your library (I typically grab Quick Sliver next so I can respond to any and all removal). With Intruder Alarm, once you tutor out 8 total Slivers, you can then grab Queen, produce infinite Slivers, and then swing them at everyone to win (you can use Harmonic Sliver to destroy Intruder Alarm after you're done with it, as well, and since you can destroy/exile literally anything that your opponents might be able to use to take advantage of Intruder Alarm as well). With Paradox Engine, you need to keep casting spells, but you can still grab every single Sliver out of your library and make ridiculous amounts of mana, easily more than enough to kill every single player using Sliver Queen's tokens after getting buffed by Sliver Legion.

Intruder Alarm is probably better than Obelisk of Urd, and Engine is probably better than Call to the Kindred.

Also, you may want to replace Thran Quarry with City of Brass or Mana Confluence. Sure, they cost life to use, but at least you won't be left a land down if someone counters one of your spells and then kills off all your creatures with a Toxic Deluge.

cdkime on The Business

2 months ago

To make your deck as competitive as possible, I recommend cutting every sliver with a converted mana cost greater than 2. Slivers aim to hit the ground running and pump out as many creatures as possible. To that end, every single draw must be playable immediately--you cannot afford to draw a five mana sliver with only two lands in play.

To that end, you should run 4 copies of Muscle Sliver, Predatory Sliver, and Sinew Sliver. Sidewinder Sliver is another great four-of, as Flanking stacks. With two in play, anything blocking your slivers will suffer -2/-2 before damage is dealt. Galerider Sliver is another solid one drop. Even thought multiple copies of flying are redundant with one another, you want to maximize your chance of dropping a Galerider on turn one.

The following slivers have redundant abilities, so you should run three copies (and minimize second draws): Crystalline Sliver and Heart Sliver.

Otherwise, there are a couple other 2 mana options worth considering. Aether Vial is another support card that's invaluable in sliver decks.

Delta-117 on The Queen's Egg

2 months ago

Well that is lame, I typed out another 9+ lines and I go to "preview your comment" and it asked me to sign back in... In summary k_drake I was saying I meant to add that you should early on acquire a Paradox Engine which i'm sure you can figure out why if you look at your commander + Gemhide Sliver / Manaweft Sliver / Cryptolith Rite(buy this one in addition to the slivers for redundancy due to lacking many tutors, among other cards) And Heart Sliver / Blur Sliver.

Also acquire Cascading Cataracts. Let me know if you have any other questions and i'm sure I or someone else can give you help. But additionally consider checking the website edhrec.com if your not already familiar for average sliver decklists.

Delta-117 on The Queen's Egg

2 months ago

Glad to see your a fan of the wonderous hive also k_drake. I also happen to have a Sliver Overlord deck of my own, although mine is still a lot cheaper. Keep in mind however that LVL_666 has also chosen to bling out this deck nearly entirely, and thus the price you see on here is much more than what it would could actually be with a non-foil, non-masterpiece/expedition version of the decklist.

The first and most obvious things to avoid would be the original duals, (i.e Underground Sea, Volcanic Island, Tropical Island etc...), next you make do without Mana Crypt, Cavern of Souls, Wheel of Fortune, Yawgmoth's Will, and Mana Drain which should bring the deck down by a huge margin.

There's is such a vast amount of lands to choose from that could be suitable early on, including: the vivid cycle (Vivid Crag, Vivid Grove), the tri-lands (Seaside Citadel, Savage Lands, Jungle Shrine, and so on), then there's ones I use to use like Transguild Promenade, Exotic Orchard, Forbidden Orchard, Rupture Spire, Evolving Wilds / Terramorphic Expanse, Ash Barrens (highly recommend), and the panorama cycle (Bant Panorama, Jund Panorama, Esper Panorama, etc).

You can then make use out of the signets, Golgari Signet, Izzet Signet, etc) and perhaps use most of the combinations (prioritize the ones that have green). Anyways I know I have told you a Lot of information to read and consider, and so let me give you a good visual of what a starting point could look like:


A Study In Slivers: Toolkit Sliver Commander

Commander / EDH TolarianCommunityCollege

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This deck by the Professor I do recommend you consider as a base, and from there start as I have done, which was slowly acquire all the slivers (and imo minus the queen, and legion at least at first), I actually was quite fortunate to receive most of the slivers needed for my list from a friend who had their very own Sliver Overlord deck and he sold/traded me eventually most of it as he was getting out of commander. I picked up stuff like Gemhide Sliver, Manaweft Sliver, Necrotic Sliver, Harmonic Sliver, Heart Sliver, Galerider Sliver and Crystalline Sliver if I recall first by cash and standard trades.

Then I got a few things like a Chromatic Lantern, Merciless Eviction, Heartstone, and Training Grounds for more additions. Eventually I started with getting the shocks and fetches (the khans fetches are cheaper) again the cheaper ones like Windswept Heath, Wooded Foothills, Temple Garden, Overgrown Tomb, Hallowed Fountain, and worked my way up having more than half of them (I'm currently only missing 3 fetches and 3 shocklands).

I got my Sliver Queen and Sliver Legion from the same friend who took apart his sliver list (it's unfortunate he sold it's entire manabase and then just kept the slivers before I even met him at my lgs though), after I had all the rest of the creatures and up until that point I focused more on an aggro/voltron strategy. I bought him some very pricey modern staples (2x Chalice of the Void before there reprint and traded an Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger for these 2 slivers and to nearly finish a whole deck to play for modern :)

You can then later like i'm soon about to do myself soon I think, start to buy things like a Mana Crypt, Mana Drain, Demonic Tutor, Wheel of Fortune, etc to make the deck more competitive.To give you an idea where i'm at, here's my decklist (I'm missing 16 cards in all from it) also that's cheaper than what you see here:


Sliver Overlord EDH

Commander / EDH* Delta-117

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I did not exactly plan on writing essentially a book on this for you lol, and so I apoligize. In summary start by acquiring if you don't already own any these above suggested lands, and start acquiring all the slivers you can, I recommend get ones like Sliver Hivelord, Diffusion Sliver and or Crystalline Sliver, Blur Sliver, Gemhide Sliver + Manaweft Sliver, Bonescythe Sliver, Syphon Sliver, Heart Sliver, Harmonic Sliver, Galerider Sliver + Winged Sliver, and others like Predatory Sliver, Sinew Sliver, Muscle Sliver all of which are pretty cheap. Then you will want Chromatic Lantern, plenty of signets, Darksteel Ingot, Commander's Sphere, Fellwar Stone, maybe the newly reprinted Coalition Relic which is a bit cheaper now. Then start upgrading the manabase(Mana Confluence, City of Brass, Unclaimed Territory, Sliver Hive, Ancient Ziggurat are all a good start. Then go with maybe getting the filterlands which thankfully have been reprinted and are now a lot cheaper,(Flooded Grove, Twilight Mire,...) and the shocks/fetches prioritizing the ones for green like Breeding Pool, Overgrown Tomb, Windswept Heath, Wooded Foothills because you will want green I would say more than any of your colours to cast stuff like Manaweft Sliver + Gemhide Sliver, Kodama's Reach/Rampant Growth/Cultivate etc. Once you have most if not all of the slivers and the mana base then you can go back to refining the deck with medium to high end upgrades like Mana Crypt, Volrath's Stronghold, Demonic Tutor, Vampiric Tutor, Pact of Negation, and such. Personally in my case i'm refraining from the original duels for budget reasons myself as I can't ever see myself getting enough use out of them to make them worth it fully. Anyways I hope this gives you lots to think about!

(Final note), consider Spirit of Resistance at least initially if you think you can either protect it with counterspells or in a meta where enchantment removal won't be an issue :)

cdkime on The Glorious Hive

2 months ago

Couple suggestions:

  • Dormant Sliver is underrated, but absurdly powerful. The amount of card draw it gives is crazy and will win you games. Its downside is easily rectified through Hibernation Sliver.

  • Galerider Sliver - all your slivers get flying for . What's not to love?

  • Muscle Sliver is another great card. Predatory Sliver is powerful as well, but I fully understand not liking the more modern version of Sliver.

  • I am going to second Paradox Engine--it's just that good with Sliver Overlord and Gemhide Sliver. Once you have 5 Slivers in play, you can fetch and cast every Sliver in your deck in the same turn (fetching Heart Sliver first). You should really consider Manaweft Sliver to increase your chances of hitting this combo. As unfortunate as the new Sliver designs may be, this card is too strong to pass up.

cdkime on Slivers

3 months 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

3 months 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.

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