Leyline of Vitality

Legality

Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Modern Legal

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Set Rarity
2011 Core Set Rare

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Leyline of Vitality

Enchantment

If Leyline of Vitality is in your opening hand, you may begin the game with it on the battlefield.

Creatures you control get +0/+1.

Whenever a creature enters the battlefield under your control, you may gain 1 life.

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Leyline of Vitality Discussion

Tio_Infernape on Help (Toughness Matter)

1 month ago

I'm thinking about building a GB Naga tribal deck with an 'toughness matter' theme and Assault Formation is an easy inclusion, but how many should i put on my deck? because different from other decks such Sphinx's Tutelage i don't want to have more than one copy in my hand/battlefield. so, should i run the whole 4 copies or not?

And which other cards do you think that also help with that theme? I've saw Leyline of Vitality and Sight of the Scalelords but which other cards can help? Something like Engulf the Shore or...?

DarksteelBadger on Help me break this card:

5 months ago

Doesn't the combo need Doubling Season/Parallel Lives/Primal Vigor to go infinite? Correct if I am wrong, but doesn't it just remove 8 counters from Sekki? You need 8 more token to return her? Anyway... here are some cards:

MrCharizard000 on Bastion

5 months ago

Might I suggest a three-of Stalwart Shield-Bearers? It serves a similar purpose as Leyline of Vitality and is a quick defender to boot. I run four in my Azorius Stall deck but it doesn't seem as important in this deck.

Samuel-Frederick on Bastion

5 months ago

Hey hankhill. Assault Formation, and Brave the Sands work as such an incredible duo. It's a little 'win more' for some perhaps, but for me I think it completely stabalizes the board. Rolling Stones is a card that is often recommended by people, but the common mistake is that all defenders are walls, and Rolling Stones only works with walls. Secondly, if there were more walls in the deck, I'd be using a card just to save me a little mana, and it just isn't very good card advantage.

Because there are such good ramp defenders such as Overgrown Battlement, Vine Trellis, Gatecreeper Vine (fixing not ramp of course), and Axebane Guardian, it makes it almost impossible for anyone to make a defender deck that isn't also a ramp deck. I will be making a ramp defender deck up (because they are awesome), but if you playtest this deck you'll realise that the deck just wouldn't gain all that much from turn two ramp. As soon as you put a little ramp in, you then add something with a high mana cost or an X cost, then you add the other ramp cards in, and the deck loses focus. I strongly feel that Assault Formation decks don't benefit greatly from ramp, what the deck wants is a hand full of cards to be able to apply constant pressure. When I build my ramp defender deck up I'll let you know and you can see what you think of it.

However, if you did want to run some ramp in the deck, for a sort of faux storm, then I'd drop Jaddi Offshoot and Leyline of Vitality to put in Overgrown Battlement and Axebane Guardian. Defender decks are so much more fun than people give them credit for!

Alphamew17 on Butts out for Abzan

6 months ago

catrule3564 Heliod is more of a source of general vigilance for my fatties, but i can see why you might think it should be cut. Making 1/1s for 4 mana isn't great. I'd probably be better off with a smaller enchantment that gives vigilance. As for the Leyline of Vitality, i've noticed that they haven't been too useful, so maybe i'll try some runs with them cut for, say, Wall of Omens, as Borbor44 recommended. Perhaps I'll run some copies of Brave the Sands?

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