Chalice of the Void

Chalice of the Void

Artifact

Chalice of the Void enters the battlefield with X charge counters on it.

Whenever a player casts a spell with converted mana cost equal to the number of charge counters on Chalice of the Void, counter that spell.

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Set Rarity
Masters 25 (A25) Mythic Rare
Masterpiece Series: Kaladesh Inventions (MPS) Mythic Rare
Modern Masters (MMA) Rare
Mirrodin (MRD) Rare
Promo Set (000) Mythic Rare

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Legality

Format Legality
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Leviathan Legal
Custom Legal
Highlander Legal
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Limited Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Chalice of the Void occurrence in decks from the last year

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Chalice of the Void Discussion

I_Want_To_PlayAllTheDecks on Atraxa's Wacky Big-Mana Adventure

1 week ago

I think it looks quite good, but Chromatic Orrery and Chalice of the Void(If you can afford it) are good options.

LeaPlath on Can my deck be converted …

1 week ago

Legacy is more open in a sense. Basically you have a bunch of really strong set of core cards and you need to start from there. But the stuff you add is very open.

For example, you have the standard UW shell of 4 force, Daze, Brainstorm, Ponder and a shuffle effect. This gives you game against the turn 1 decks, gives a huge amount of hand sculpting and requires you to run about 20+ blue cards. This core I have used in a UW Eldrazi Stoneblade, Infect, Jeskai Combo, Delver, Threshold, UG Madness and UW Rebels. Each deck is very diffrent but they use this powerful core of cards.

Other cores to consider are things like Nicfit which is Veteran Explorer and Cabal Therapy, a core that rewards running basics and knowing what is the highest impact card to name off Cabal therapy and allows rapid ramp. There is the Stompy Core which is Sol Lands + Chalice of the Void and similar stax pieces. I have played Pirate, Angel, Soldier, Human, MUD, Eldrazi and planeswalkers stompy with that shell. Aether Vial likes Wasteland and Port. LED likes flashback spells and activated abilities. Goyf likes tarfire, fetches and hand sculpting spells etc. Sol Lands + Show and Tell.

You basically choose a core and flavour it your way. There is also brewing and some really out there decks like Mono Blue Martyr but its a harder format to try new stuff in due to cost and power level. Your brew would need to amazing and undergo rigerous testing.

frig on Sad Moon

1 month ago

Leyline of Sanctity main deck with Chalice of the Void sideboard instead of Suppression Field and Trinisphere.

Also dropped the God for Oblivion Ring as a catch all tool box to be tutored for.

ThisIsMyAccount on Compost Pile

1 month ago

Considering you have no CMC one spells in the deck you can play Chalice of the Void freely. If that doesn't interest you, I would recommend adding cards like Stitcher's Supplier and Darkblast.

Magmatic Sinkhole and Thoughtseize could be good sideboard options.

Reidzee757 on how does Zaxara, the Exemplary …

1 month ago

Sorry to bugger in here long after an answer has been accepted, but I have the same question as Cascadien's original- With Zaxara, the Exemplary on the battlefield, would it's ability trigger twice if a spell with 2 X's in it's cost, such as Chalice of the Void is played? - and don't really see an answer to that.

GenericToaster on Halo: Breach

1 month ago

In general, sideboards tend to be used more for hating on other decks rather than changing the gameplan of your own. For that reason, I'd consider filling your sideboard with maybe 2 more copies of Iona, Shield of Emeria, classic hate staples like Chalice of the Void, Sorcerous Spyglass, and Tormod's Crypt. Sense artifacts are real popular, Null Rod is also a pretty popular sideboard card. Additionally, this is vintage, so I'd obviously suggest a Black Lotus. My only other comment is that even for a vintage deck, 9 creatures is pretty few to work with, so it'd be worth it to think about tossing some more in there, maybe shoot for 12-14?

JW398 on Twiddle Storm - The Worst Oiled Machine

1 month ago

Lowenstein

I stole a game from one of my friends who was seeing Twiddle for the first time. Pact of Negation on a Spell Snare targeting my spliced Ideas Unbound. The sole purpose of Pact of Negation is to protect yourself.

As for Force of Negation, I was just covering my bases. I basically wouldn't recommend this one unless you face something like Boros Prison or whatever else that's evil and uses Chalice of the Void. Otherwise I don't have another purpose for it.

Icbrgr on Bushido Legacy

2 months ago

Does the smiling cat get around Chalice of the Void?

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