Leyline of the Void
If Leyline of the Void is in your opening hand, you may begin the game with it on the battlefield.
If a card would be put into an opponent's graveyard from anywhere, exile it instead.
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|Core Set 2020 (M20)||Rare|
|2011 Core Set (M11)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Leyline of the Void occurrence in decks from the last year
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All decks: 0.06%
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Leyline of the Void Discussion
21 hours ago
You could try Leyline of the Void as a one sided exile effect or Surgical Extraction. I play Snow Control in legacy and Return to Nature has been a versatile slot option for myself. Surgical Extraction plus Field of Ruin gives you the Tron lock out option too.
I really like the deck overall as it reminds me of a modern version of my legacy deck +1 from me.
3 days ago
freddyalcazar Assassin's Trophy and Abrupt Decay could both work! I just found it difficult to to get the mana for it, but a lot of dredge decks still run them! As for Leyline of the Void, I increased the number cuz so mana people were running graveyard stuff on mtgo with the release of THB!
4 days ago
1 week ago
Nice!! Nekusar was my first serious commander and I really enjoyed playing him. I have taken apart the deck for pieces to add to my other decks. I'll offer some of my ideas. I used to run Teferi's Puzzle Box and Phyrexian Tyranny as my major damage dealers. I think you could add a few more budget pseudo-wheel effects and here some of the cards I used to run because I never pulled the trigger on buying the OG Wheel: Khorvath's Fury , Magus of the Wheel , Commit / Memory , Whispering Madness and Echo of Eons . Unless your meta plays a lot of graveyard decks I would get rid of Leyline of the Void and Nihil Spellbomb . There are a few other cards that have Nekusar's ability stapled to them so they might be worth adding: Fate Unraveler , Underworld Dreams and Spiteful Visions . Price of Knowledge is a pretty vicious card if the game goes late and you can get a lot of cards in your opponents' hands. I'm not so sure you need Mindcrank , Jace, Wielder of Mysteries or Psychic Corrosion either. Unless you are going for a mill strategy you might be able to pull most of the mill cards and put things that work more with Nekusar.
But you can do whatever you like. I know that my friends called my deck "salty" and I would get targeted early because of how aggro my deck was. Nekusar paints a target on your back because he hits everyone for one of the most essential parts of playing Magic and it's very hard to get around his damage. Good luck with the deck!!
2 weeks ago
With the existence of this new meta being formed, I believe more decks will maindeck Rest in Peace , Grafdigger's Cage , and Leyline of the Void . This will make Loch much less effective, and sometimes a dead card. I don't like dead cards.
3 weeks ago
I'm not sure what your stance is, but you may want to consider using proxies. You could also consider Manaless Dredge. It's cheaper and more efficient than this list. If neither of these options strikes your fancy, then I have some suggestions for your list. Take out the 4 Creeping Chill s. Replace 1 with another Hogaak, 1 with another Putrid Imp , and the other 2 with Flayer of the Hatebound . Flayer will be your main reanimation target for Dread Return and should close out the game if you reanimate it. A Dread Return package in the maindeck is certainly not ideal though. You should definitely be playing Cephalid Coliseum . It's an uncounterable "Dredge 15ish" that you can usually play around turn 2-3. I'd consider taking out your fetches for these. Those are all the changes I'd make to the maindeck and the next changes are all for the sideboard. Chain of Vapor is what I personally run to deal with permanent-based graveyard hate but that usually fits better into the more explosive lists that can run Lion's Eye Diamond . Therefore, you'd probably have more success running 2 Serenity and 2 Nature's Claim . 4 Leyline of the Void is always a good idea. 3 Silent Gravestone in the sideboard doesn't hinder your plans as long as you don't run it alongside Dread Return and it protects your graveyard against Surgical Extraction . Playing 3 Lotus Petal in your sideboard can help your deck be more explosive when it needs to be. Lastly, 1 Ashen Rider should be in the sideboard as a reanimation target if you suspect that your opponent may have or may board in an Ensnaring Bridge to stop your zombie army. Once again, I'd reccommend that you either proxy the LEDs or play Manaless Dredge (both of which are better options than playing this list), but if that's not an attainable goal, then making these changes to the deck should be the best thing you can do for the deck. I hope this helped you out! Have a wonderful day!
1 month ago
I am also playing around with this idea, here's some additional cards to consider:
Bolas's Citadel - +3 Devotion and free-casting
Castle Locthwain - Feels like an auto-include, we really need the extra card draw
Leyline of the Void - +2 Devotion for free is proven to be OP in Mono-Green, so it stands to reason it would be here too, if anything it should be in sideboard.
1 month ago
Awesome deck dude! Love the idea and it feels really powerfull if your opponent doesn't mess to much with your game plan. Still, I have some ideas for your sideboard.
I would cut all 3 Thoughtseize , shave 1 Inquisition of Kozilek and 3 Pithing Needle to make room for more utility in your side-board, the question with a sideboard for a combodeck should be; "What makes me insta loose??".
From what I can see is that your worst nightmares are Rest in Peace , Leyline of the Void , Surgical Extraction and any Eldrazi Titan. Control also seems a bid rough. I would make the sideboard something like:
This deck looks really cool so don't get me wrong on my critique ;). I've played a lot of Ad Nausseum for a couple of years and narrow combo decks are great fun! Just don't forget you can cheat on pretty much anything if you are winning within 1 turn. This is why I would run the Blue pact in the side. Pact of Negation is a control player's worst nightmare.