Remove target artifact from the game. Search its controller's graveyard, hand, and library for all cards with the same name as that artifact and remove them from the game. That player then shuffles his or her library.
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|Betrayers of Kamigawa (BOK)||Uncommon|
|Urza's Destiny (UDS)||Uncommon|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
22 hours ago
If you were to infinitely cycle through your deck with Guardian Project to get to Splinter. Then if there is a way to play Splinter infinite number of times with Wheel of Sun and Moon. If you had Mycosynth Lattice in the deck, and in play . You could remove your opponents libraries from the game. This is assuming you have a ways to generate infinite mana.
2 weeks ago
@5dollarMTG: Thank you for the Deck list! Love this one, it’s fun and annoying. Only downside is playing against an opponent who can easily get rid of your Myr Landshaper. Hoping for a Liquimetal Coating while having tons of (useless) artifact-destroyers in your hand can be painful. For this reason I added a few Welding Jars just in case. Having one Hoard-Smelter Dragon in the deck seemed enough for me, since surviving until you draw it is easy after having played Splinter :)
5 months ago
Ever considered Splinter as a sideboard option against mono color and Tron decks?
6 months ago
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8 months ago
Splinter can be really good in this deck hitting basic lands. If not mainboard at least in the sideboard vs monocolored decks. +1 from me for the homebrew!
8 months ago
9 months ago
Slivers are tons of fun! Every time I've played with them as long as I was able to get Gemhide Sliver out and the opponent not spam board wipes it was basically an easy win.
I've never played with RG Land destruction before but I have seen a few decks floating around this site that look pretty wicked. I tend to be fascinated/tempted by the brews using shenanigans with Splinter .