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Leyline of the Void
If Leyline of the Void is in your opening hand, you may begin the game with it in play.
If a card would be put into an opponent's graveyard, remove it from the game instead.
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Leyline of the Void Discussion
11 hours ago
Commander / EDH*
SCORE: 2 | 7 COMMENTS | 799 VIEWS
Hey guys this deck is my love, my edh life, and I think I'd take it out of my burning house before I would my Fiance. Just kidding, she can walk...
Anyways. So I've been working on this deck for YEARS now and I've slowly yet surely up'd the budget and changed the deck concept as time went on. Originally the deck started out as a silly johnny combo deck (it still retains some johnny), and then slowly after staring at Guerte's [[Primer]] - Daretti the Degenerate (AER Update) Primer I made it more and more competitive. At this point the deck is so potent that everytime I play it I'm in a 1v3 against my friends and Fiance; I rarely lose because I just have so many tools to deal with everything.
The biggest obstacle to overcome in this deck, as is in any graveyard deck, is graveyard removal. Ultimately a Leyline of the Void or Rest in Peace just wipes the floor with me. I have cards to deal with them but getting to those cards becomes a problem.
Be gentle, this is my baby; and some cards that might not be optimal are in there for fun. Thanks in advance!
3 days ago
I would definitely suggest the Nature's Claim in the maybeboard, because you lose to Blood Moons. Maelstrom Pulses and probably Mishra's can come out unless you really want the delirium for Traverses. Also look into Leyline of the Void over Kalitas.
4 days ago
I guess Leyline of the Void technically does that. Anything that hits the graveyard, countered spells included.
5 days ago
Nice build. +1
5 days ago
Well for sideboard, definitely something to deal with eldrazi and other big threats, like Roast, Dismember and Terminate (which if I'm gonna be honest should be in the main board). Definitely hand hate such as Thoughtseize, Inquisition of Kozilek, Duress, Distress or Despise. Some graveyard hate like Grafdigger's Cage, Relic of Progenitus, Leyline of the Void, Nihil Spellbomb, Crypt Incursion and plenty more that I can't remember at the moment. Against Burn, the only thing I can think of off the top of my head would probably be Dragon's Claw. Against combo decks Surgical Extraction or Slaughter Games. Finally against something like Tron or B/W Control you have options like Stone Rain, Molten Rain or Rain of Tears.
I'm unsure what your local playgroup or meta is like, but these are some fine options to help board in against whatever match-ups you face. Good luck!
6 days ago
I like this super-friends deck; though I think it requires stuff that'll increase your speed a bit. Your average CMC is a bit high, so some ramp will do wonders. Either artifact mana rocks or some green sorceries to that end will do the trick. I'd replace one of the expensive CMC wipes you have with Day of Judgment. Also, I'd find a way to add Black Sun's Zenith, which will allow you to kill indestructible stuff with -1/-1 counters (repeatedly, if you're lucky). Last but not least, I'd add some graveyard-hate like Bojuka Bog, Rest in Peace or Leyline of the Void, to keep your opponents' creatures from coming back.
1 week ago
1 week ago
The main reason for suggesting the Hedge-mage was that I'm concerned about graveyard hate I guess. Having just a Chaos Warp to deal with Rest in Peace / Leyline of the Void had me a bit worried. Is there a particular reason why you're running Evolving Wilds/Terramorphic Expanse over say an Arid Mesa, Bloodstained Mire or Marsh Flats ?