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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Leyline of the Void Discussion
6 days ago
My recommendations :
I think most people will tell you that Oloro offers little competitive advantage to you compared to other esper commander like Zur (who can fetch Necropotence into play) or even Aminatou (who is a combo piece in the command zone). I think upsides for Oloro would be that he can do larger ad nauseam and possibly can even run Humility which few decks can win while it is on the board.
MANA COST TOO HIGH
I would first add better ramp, better draw, potential Stax, tutors and then other win cons.
Verity Circle (good against dorks)
Plunge into Darkness (a good Impulse)
CONSULT COMBO Demonic Consultation
AD NAUSEAM COMBO Angel's Grace
Ad Nauseam (draw whole deck, can Windfall and make everyone die while AG means you can't lose
Heliod Walking Ballista
Rocks that produce at least three mana total (outlet is extort with blind obedience or crypt ghast) If have pristine Talisman gain infinite life, which is infinite draw with commander
Didn't look at landbase
1 week ago
I want to make a few points, both agreeing and disagreeing with OP.
1) My decks didn't need to change. I had 3 decks that I had been brewing for fun in Pioneer that I was able to just shove a Companion in with minimal changes. And I mean minimal.
2) Companion seems strong now, but after a month or so, most of the companions will fall out of favor. Lurrus is probably the only one, barring possibly Gyruda, that will affect Modern to any degree. To my knowledge, Lurrus has been banned in Legacy and Vintage(Lion's Eye Diamond, Black Lotus, and much much more) as well as Zirda in Legacy(Grim and Basalt Monolith were too easy to inf with. My friend spent half an hour brewing a Zirda combo deck, and I proxied many of the top tier Legacy decks and lost miserably. Might be the fact that I sucked at piloting, but it was absurdly effective.) I think Lurrus will go on to see the banhammer in Modern, and one or two more Companions will get shot by the end of 2021. Over a couple decades, I find it likely that they will all be banned, but only as support cards arrive to break them.
3) Companion isn't really that insane compared to things that have been banned in a variety of formats over the years, let alone recently or things still legal. Dredge in specific is insane. Faithless Looting allowed decks with Dredge in them to literally keep a 3 card hand and win. Hogaak, Arisen Necropolis lived in a shell where mulliganing meant little to nothing, and it was easy to win in turn three after starting with 4 cards in hand. The power of the Graveyard isn't that you get stuff for free or that it's fast -- it's the fact that Golgari Thug in your grave is equivalent to a one use zero mana draw one to five cards at random. Life from the Loam gives much more consistency as Lands count as cards drawn now. Graveyard decks used to be able to, and almost still can, mulligan heavily and still have more cards "in hand" than their opponent by the end of their first or second turn. Companion is one extra card. Golgari Grave-Troll laughs at your pathetic whining that Companion gives everybody one single extra card in hand when he's been giving his masters Ancestral Recalls for for decades. The only thing I can think of that makes Companion worse is the fact that Leyline of the Void can't touch it. If Wizards gives us "Leyline of Target Opponent can't use their sideboard or graveyard as a second hand anymore" then Companion is much worse.
1 week ago
I don't think Leyline of the Void deals with Gyruda, Doom of Depths because Gyruda doesn't care if the card is in the graveyard or not it cares about what it mills. If you want to run mainboard graveyard hate definitely run Grafdigger's Cage. Also i feel like Extinction Event is better than Time Wipe because of Gyruda and Obosh, the Preypiercer. You should consider running Yorion, Sky Nomad as your companion pretty much just throw in 8-10 lands and then some more counters and Omen of the Sun and you can throw him in as a free card. Yorion is super good in decks with a lot of planeswalkers cause he resets loyalties if they get too low.
1 week ago
Path to Exile is the only thing that easily deals with Uro and is maindeck playable. Swords to Plowshares is probably better, but either way, Uro only goes away after getting the opponent huge amounts of life and mana advantage. And cards. Although, other than Breach and Uro, Escape is one of the most balanced mechanics in Standard.
Field, Copter, Copycat, all of them were too good simply because they were hard to interact with.
Dredge and Storm get banhammers a lot because they're hard to interact with.
Magic's balance is based on Mana, and more importantly Removal. If nobody can interact with you, then your deck is broken. Note that even Bogles isn't broken by that definition because wrath effects exist in droves.
2019 and now 2020 sets have been filled with cards that make mana trivial and difficult to interact with powerhouses. Top that with some of the most effective Prison cards of all time from WAR and you have a game that is slowly making every deck a mixture of two or more of these basic tenants:
Have endless mana.
Have "hexproof indestructible" win condition.
Have a planeswalker that says "target player can't use their deck if they use specific evergreen mechanic" and draws you cards.
Use a combo or hyper-aggressive deck to win on turn 3-4.
Or you can just run Esper Sideboard and say "Oh, you're playing non-casual Magic with cards that are halfway decent? Not anymore!"
I think for Standard and more MtG in general to get back to a playable state they either need to
Ban T3f from many formats
Companion-ban some companions(they can no longer be your companion)
stop printing teferi cards
Give us some slightly better hate cards. Leyline of the Void is no longer good enough.
print a couple companions every set
Give us vastly better hate cards
power down teferi or just stab him in the spleen.
Fortunately EDH is always great, and Pioneer might not be that bad if I just buy a couple companions. Most of my decks can run companions anyways!
2 weeks ago
Here are some options depending on what you're seeing:
1-2 Damping Sphere - for Tron
I'm not sure what it's specifically for - seems to be a value card vs. the GY decks running around, but I see a lot of folks fitting in 2 Kaya's Guile which also fits your plan nicely.
2 Anger of the Gods for zoo, Lurrus, and RDW decks.
2 Collective Brutality as a versatile in vs. Burn and control.
2 weeks ago
Feedback on the sideboard and how to improve removal of opponent permanents appreciated. Leyline of the Void, for example, is counterproductive against this build.
3 weeks ago
So I’ve been checking out more lists like this and I think a good sideboard could look something like this: 2x Fry 1x Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet 3x Leyline of the Void 3x Pithing Needle 1x Golden Demise 1x To the Slaughter 3x Kolaghan's Command 1x March of the Drowned I also like how you had Collective Brutality but I just couldn’t find a place for it. I dunno- it might be really good, but either way it’s out of my budget range lol.
3 weeks ago
I have a couple suggestions- but these are mainly for the current meta, not a game store or an LGS where different decks might be better.
I would remove the Unclaimed Territorys because you need colored mana early game for both pushes and seizes.
I would put in a couple Mutavault just because it is a great card in tribal decks and sweeper protection. The downside of it producing neither red nor black can be mitigated by playing more urborgs, which brings me to the next point.
Probably 3 or 4 Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth. It by itself is a swamp, and the downside of it being legendary is not a huge deal if you only play 3 anyway. This is also necessary when playing with Mutavault
I would recommend taking out Rigging Runner entirely for more Metallic Mimic s, because while playing rigging runner or t2 after a swing is unlikely(but I’m not mathematician) because you only play 4 other one drops.
I will need to think about this some more, because the curve would be very heavy on two drops with these changes so I just need to think about what else could change to put less strain on the curve.
Leyline of the Void would also help out in lots of matches like soultai delirium and lotus breach. Take out the glint horns
Also- although you would have to take out some of the best cards in your deck, Lurrus of the Dream-Den could really help out against removal and sweepers.