Leyline of Singularity


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Guildpact (GPT) Rare

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Leyline of Singularity


If Leyline of Singularity is in your opening hand, you may begin the game with it in play.

All nonland permanents are legendary.

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Leyline of Singularity Discussion

ComboCrazy on "And Just Like That... They Were Gone"

1 month ago

So, I noticed your curve is really skewed towards one and two drops, and thought Id at least suggest that you cut one Unsummon and one Jace's Phantasm, and perhaps replace them with cards like Mitotic Manipulation or Familiar's Ruse. Also, for cantrips, given you do have a creature that likes things in graveyards, Thought Scour might be somewhat useful. Whether or not its better than peek is up to playtesting. Id also recommend seriously considering Boomerang over Unsummon. Hitting a Death's Shadow is nice, but have you ever tried hitting eldrazitrons Urza's Tower? Point being, it can buy you a whole turn against some decks. As for sideboard, I dont think some of the cards youve got in there do much... Quickling is an excellent sideboard option, as is Leyline of Singularity. Other Leylines are nice too but they tend to get pricey.

Hope this was helpful, good luck with the deck!

Nethereon on Trespassing Phantasm

1 month ago

If you're playing a deck like this, I highly recommend Dowsing Dagger and Panharmonicon. Pan is worth the 4 mana because not only will it double your Hunted Phantasm trigger but the Trespasser's Curse triggers are doubled per creature. Later, you can equip your Phantasm and get a Lost Vale to cast a massive X spell (I like Torment of Hailfire or Exsanguinate as my go to fireball).

If you're worried about getting overrun, I run Leyline of Singularity as a hedge. The legendary clause will slow you down a bit, but it stops Lingering Souls tokens, multiple D-Shadows, Tarmoturds, etc. You will still gain the benefits of the Curse triggers, but they won't maintain the benefit of imposed "downside" of the hunted creatures before they legend rule themselves.

I've had some fun with the deck; still needs some work though. I hope these suggestions inspire some successful improvements. Best regards.

gnarlicide on What if (insert old rule) ...

3 months ago

the second legend rule would be nice to have back, (the one where you can play a Thalia, Guardian of Thraben and then if your opponent plays one, they both die). I had a deck back in 2006 that capitalized on that rule with Leyline of Singularity. Good times.

Neotrup on Doe's konda's banner trigger if ...

5 months ago

Notably, the Wicker Witch wielding Konda's Banner will get +1/+1 because it shares a creature type with itself, but it does not a color with itself. You also need something like Leyline of Singularity for this to work, as Wicker Witch is not normally legendary and therefore cannot normally have Konda's Banner equipped to it.

chosenone124 on Legend Rule vs Tokens

6 months ago

My opponent has 2 tokens from Lingering Souls, 5 elf warriors from Sylvan Offering, and 2 elf druids from Freyalise, Llanowar's Fury.

I cast Leyline of Singularity. Do any of these tokens get sacrificed? If so, what is the resultant boardstate?

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