Planar Void

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage 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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Urza's Saga (USG) Uncommon

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Planar Void

Enchantment

Whenever another card is put into a graveyard from anywhere, remove that card from the game.

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Planar Void Discussion

Bchong on Zur the Enchanter EDH

4 days ago

Take out Teferi's Protection Counterspell Meishin, the Mind Cage Imprisoned in the Moon Steel of the Godhead Go for the Throat Thassa, God of the Sea Sphere of Safety Do or Die Aegis of the Gods Arcane Adaptation Drake Haven Spell Swindle Chill to the Bone Shielded by Faith Bruna, Light of Alabaster Faith of the Devoted Vanishing Ghostly Prison The Scarab God Rend Flesh AEther Barrier Eyeblight's Ending,

put in Mystic Remora Preordain Blind Obedience Arcane Laboratory Rest in Peace Planar Void Oblivion Ring Sol Ring Mana Vault Consulate Crackdown Energy Flux Tunnel Vision (combo with open the vaults) Serum Visions Thought Scour Negate Lightning Greaves

I don't know what kind of theme or way of winning you are trying to go for. you don't really have a way to win with this deck. You need to get some kind of combo. Zur is very powerful because he can tutor an enchantment out of your deck so use that to your advantage and try to put in cards that are 3 or less so that your commander can have a greater effect. Try to go find an infinite combo or you can also build stax. You won't win consistently if you don't have an infinite combo. You might find other versions of zur on this site that are good (probably not). CEDH Reddit can probably help you out... though some of the things might be expensive. The things I suggested are just a couple relatively cheap cards that make a big impact. Try to have a theme in your deck whether it is control/combo or voltron or pillowfort.

Romer on One with Nothing

2 weeks ago

Holy smokes, I love the discussion this is generating! Thank you all for your comments!

geekmp3: I like the cheap CMC of Planar Void but I worry about exiling some of my key enchantments or artifacts. Turns out, people really don't like discarding their whole hand and a lot of my permanents become quick targets. I've won a couple games by pulling my stuff back from the graveyard and recasting it.

Phenix: I considered Nirkana Revenant for ramp but she's so expensive to cast that I decided not to. I generally prefer to keep my ramp spells cheaper so I can cast them early game, or later game I can cast them and other things. I'm currently a little on the fence about keeping Caged Sun.

majorappliance: Hehe, no I didn't want to do the Bloodchief Ascension + Mindcrank combo here. I have a whole other deck focused on milling combos (Phenax's Milling Machine) ;)

Thanks Kaleo42, I thought it was an amusing concept, too. Turned out to be just as fun to play. The decks I play against are a bit of a mixed bag. It's mostly kitchen table EDH, though my playgroup's experienced a bit of power creep as we strive to outdo one another. Some strong Jhoira suspending, tokens, combos, a number of quality voltron commanders but generally not much cruel control.

NoSoyYucateco, you're giving me good food for thought here:

Yeah, Scythe Specter's discard is conditional, relying on it dealing combat damage but I really like that makes all opponents discard. Its 6 CMC is pretty tough to swallow though - especially if it's killed before it even attacks. I did consider Bloodhusk Ritualist early on when building this deck but cut it, thinking that to make one person discard one card wasn't a great investment. But if I spent the same as Scythe Specter cost, I'd get that person to discard 3 immediately. Hmmm. I do like that the discard happens immediately, and I can scale my mana investment to "right-size" how many cards I want someone to discard. I might switch these two up.

Your Maralen of the Mornsong and Teferi's Puzzle Box combo is pretty cool and would definitely lock down the whole table. I like that Maralen can help me tutor up the puzzle box to complete the combo. But sometimes I want my opponents to draw cards, just so I can make them discard them and take damage with Liliana's Caress, Megrim and Raiders' Wake. Also, the puzzle box is a bit of a dead card to me without Maralen in play. I'll think on it.

I had Innocent Blood in my list for a while but with so few creatures, I was hesitant to run it for fear of having to sacrifice something really good. I figured Chainer's Edict was safer and pretty cheap for .

nero92: Skullcage is definitely interesting. The CMC makes me hesitant but it would probably give better results than Shrieking Affliction. Hmm. Might be a nice upgrade.

bushido_man96 on One card, Two Card, Three Card, None

1 month ago

Have you thought about running Nekusar, the Mindrazer as the commander instead? Underworld Dreams seems like it would fit well in here, maybe in place of something like Sulfuric Vortex, which would hurt you as well as the others, and doesn't seem to really fit with the discard theme. It also doesn't seem like Oversold Cemetery fits, running alongside cards like Bottomless Pit and Planar Void. War's Toll looks good to me, Tectonic Instability does not, as it messes with you, too.

If you really want to reap benefits from cards like Phyrexian Tyranny, run Teferi's Puzzle Box. If you want to really get some more value out of Liliana's Caress and Megrim, give Memory Jar and some other wheel effects a try.

Other creature options to consider are Dread and Archfiend of Depravity.

Hope that helps. It looks like it would be fun to play.

RazortoothMtg on Old, Hidden Gems in EDH

3 months ago

After browsing decklists, comments, etc, I've came upon some random old EDH cards that are actually really good. I know there are a few article series about things like this, such as Dig Through Time by EDHREC. Anyway, these cards I found were Planar Void, a 1 mana and $0.32 Leyline of the Void, and Arboria which literally stops the game from progressing and is going into my Kynaios and Tiro of Meletis EDH deck as soon as I get one.

TL;DR, the point is, there are some really strong and cheap cards out there from older sets that see little to no play. What are some hidden gems for your EDH decks that you've found?

geekmp3 on One with Nothing

3 months ago

I love discard in EDH. Have you considered Planar Void for instead of Leyline of the Void? I know it hits you too but is pretty cheap!

HauntinYou on Sorry, but they have to go, YES ALL OF THEM!

6 months ago

Hiya,This deck looks sweet! I have some cards that you maybe can add too:

  1. Withered Wretch (targeted removal against graveyards shenanigans)
  2. Fatespinner (pretty good protection, nobody wants to sacrifice main phases or carddraw)
  3. Helm of Obedience + Leyline of the Void or Planar Void (Instakill)
  4. Wrexial, the Risen Deep
  5. Nemesis of Reason
  6. Riddlekeeper
  7. Szadek, Lord of Secrets
  8. Shred Memory (exiles stuff from graveyards AND can tutor up important combopieces (e.g. both pieces of the duskmantle combo)

DanteBeleren on Deck? What Deck?

7 months ago

If in budget Power Artifact with either Grim Monolith or Basalt is infinite colorless. More combos are Helm of Obedience and anything that exiles graves such as Leyline of the Void or Planar Void. To speed your deck up to outrace other players (aggro is your worst enemy) you need more mana rocks (Talisman of Dominance/Mind Stone/etc) and tutors to get your pieces (Transmute is very useful). Everything else is really up to preference on how you wanna pilot the deck.

I'm guessing you're looking to focus on Oona, but there's a lot of similarities between our focus (or really any mill deck lol) and so if you wanna look through go for it. Life's Greatest Illusion

SpaghettiToastBook on Graveyard Moonshine

7 months ago

You can try putting in Sphinx's Tutelage and lots of wheel effects: Dark Deal, Jace's Archivist, Windfall, Teferi's Puzzle Box. Notion Thief is a great card, and it'll be magnificent with Sphinx's Tutelage and a wheel.

Since you're filling up your opponents' graveyards, you might want to play Leyline of the Void or Planar Void to hose graveyard strategies. You can also use the Helm of Obedience + Leyline of the Void combo.

If you're using Phenax, Freed from the Real and Pemmin's Aura are excellent. Second Wind and Crab Umbra might be good too.

I recommend running any of the with useful CMCs -- especially 2 (for Mindcrank and Duskmantle Guildmage) and 3 (for Sphinx's Tutelage, if you put it in).

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