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Leyline of Sanctity
If Leyline of Sanctity is in your opening hand, you may begin the game with it on the battlefield.
You have hexproof. (You can't be the target of spells or abilities your opponents control.)
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Leyline of Sanctity Discussion
3 hours ago
Maybe u have to add something like:
in your Sideboard against hardcounters like Leyline of Sanctity, cause of my experience.
I know it's a personal preference, but Smallpox is a AWESOME-Card. It does all u need = Slow down the Game by killing threats (creatures) and Lands (very important against this fu.... Tron and Eldrazi decks) and a little bit of Damage (maybe also the needed 1 dmg to make the game )
11 hours ago
Whiskerbro thanks for your contribution.
Lazav, Dimir Mastermind is indeed a unique card, that theoretically can do a great job at solving one of our most frightening issue: combating Emrakul, the Aeons Torn-deck. However, once you manage to exile Emrakul, the Aeons Torn, those deck are quite easy to beat, so that there is not a great difference between games when Lazav, Dimir Mastermind becomes a Emrakul, the Aeons Torn and games when you exile Emrakul, the Aeons Torn early/inevitably. So the game, as usual in these cases, revolves around resolving your 'answear' to Emrakul, the Aeons Torn (so the fact you could keep your mill spell in hand until you are sure Emrakul, the Aeons Torn is not a problem is not an argument), and unfortunately Lazav, Dimir Mastermind is very bad at allowing you to do that: against Jeskai, at 4 mana it is very susceptible to counterspells (any other graveyard-hate at least cost less), and against Boros its super-specific mana requirements make it impossible to cast it against Blood Moon and it does nothing against their Leyline of Sanctity or other hate-pieces. Against Tarmogoyf-decks: Lazav, Dimir Mastermind would be a very late and difficult-to-cast and very-conditional blocker, and would achieve its utility-condition (milling a Tarmogoyf with Lazav, Dimir Mastermind in play) only when you would be already on the winning path (making it quite unnecessary); and it still dies to Liliana of the Veil, so that it could not block indefinitely: even when becoming a Tarmogoyf, it is a Tarmogoyf with a timer on its head. So Lazav, Dimir Mastermind unfortunately fits nowhere in the list.
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Why didn't you just update your Spring Into Death deck list? There's only like 2 cards different, haha.
Now on to the real meat:
Mikaeus, the Unhallowed Combo
- Turn 1: Play a one drop ramp creature.
- Turn 2: Play Buried Alive and fetch Mike and Triskelion.
- Turn 3: Play Victimize, bring Mike and Trike out and ping infinitely to win.
Or tutor for Defense of the Heart and win the turn after you cast it.
Necrotic Ooze Combo
- Play Buried Alive or Survival of the Fittest.
- Grab and put Triskelion and Phyrexian Devourer into the graveyard, and get Necrotic Ooze into play.
- Make sure Necrotic Ooze gets out last if using Survival to tutor them.
- Remove all cards from your library to burn opponent(s) for the CMC of all cards in your library.
Once it's out, the only thing that can interrupt this is Split Second since you can respond by adding and removing counters.
Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord Combo
This requires some knowledge of how the stack works.
- Exile cards from your library until Phyrexian Devourer's ability is put on the stack.
- In response to the ability, continue exiling cards to beef him up more.
- Still before allowing the sacrifice to resolve, sack him to Jarad to smack your opponents for a ton of damage, similarly to the aforementioned Ooze-combo.
Colorless Mana Combo
- Have/get Ashnod's Altar in play.
- Play Nim Deathmantle.
- Play Grave Titan, pop up two 2/2 tokens.
- Sack the two tokens to Altar, then sack Titan to get a total of six .
- Use 4 of that to make Deathmantle grab Titan back and get you two more tokens
Repeat this as many times as desired, netting 2 colorless mana every loop.
2 days ago
If you want to "win with walkers" in a turbo fog then you sound like you're basically going to be running a control build that wins with a few good creatures.
Like Sphere of Safety and similar cards are going to be your best options for stopping attackers, and then also you'd want something to give you hexproof like Leyline of Sanctity. In between all that though you'll need the walker support, which is best had through the oaths like a turn one Oath of Nissa and a turn 2 Oath of Ajani. Also pretty much all the most recent versions of Ajani are amazing for a walker deck, even the starter one.
2 days ago
I'm Mind Blown with the math, dang, I hope I don't have to count up to that someday.
3 days ago
You definitely do have some main-deck game against it with Worship - however all of your fog style effects are going to do stone nothing. They do have some pretty good sideboard tech against you with Echoing Truth and Slaughter Pact - so Eidolon of Rhetoric would only buy you time in a boarded game, same with Leyline of Sanctity.
Burrenton Forge-Tender would save you from a Lightning Storm however, if an ad naus resolved, they could just deal with the tender first, then cast it - since you don't have any way to cheat in a creature at instant speed ala Chord of Calling or anything to that effect your best bet would be to just have a board state with a variety of creatures and stick a worship.