Leyline of the Void

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

Leyline of the Void


If Lthis 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.

Nathanael97 on Faerly Odd Wizards

3 weeks ago

If you're building a sideboard in Grixis for the current meta, I highly recommend bringing at least 3 (if not 4) Leyline of the Void. Another option I've liked for faeries (bear in mind I haven't played it in a few years) is Curfew. It can really mess with cards like Murktide Regent, reanimator decks in general, as well as the rhinos from Crashing Footfalls. It also obviously rebuys Faerie ETBs and combos especially well with Spellstutter Sprite since it is instant. As you're in Grixis, bringing some amount of Kolaghan's Command is probably a reasonable choice. Comes in super clutch in most grindy matchups.

I love the list!

Delphen7 on If a creature dying is …

1 month ago

JANKYARD_DOG That was my initial thought as well, but the way Yesterday currently has it worded, it's not a trigger but rather its a replacement effect (like Leyline of the Void), which is where I'm tripping up.

ThisIsMyAccount on Mono Red Prowess

1 month ago

Just my opinion but I think the sideboard could be tuned a bit better. So, Leyline of the Void is a good card and everything, but because you don't have any looting/discard effects you just can't afford to draw it. I would run 3 Surgical Extraction or Tormod's Crypt instead because it isn't a dead draw and will activate prowess effects on your creatures. Then, Magus of the Moon can be 3 Blood Moon instead because playing the noncreature will activate prowess. With 2 extra cards in the sideboard now I would say cut a Kozilek's Return for 3 Dragon's Claw. Finally, Chandra, Dressed to Kill is good in those more grindy matchups but I feel like Shrine of Burning Rage would be better in that situation but also Roiling Vortex is something to be highly considered just because of the current modern META.

For the flex slots, all I can say is that 2-3 Bedlam Reveler seems to be fairly standard for prowess, but its up to you if you want to get experimental with it :)

smack80 on Oloro White Black Blue Creatureless Control

1 month ago

You could replace Temporal Manipulation with Nexus of Fate and then you don't need the soldevi Digger part of the combo. Then you can use Doomsday to make a deck of just Nexus of Fate.

How do you have Energy field but not Rest in Peace? RIP also combos with Helm of Obedience to kill a player. RIP in this combo can used with Leyline of the Void. Either card also hoses graveyard based decks.

z0anthr0pe on Fastest Mill Deck

2 months ago

Surprised not to see the Leyline of the Void and Helm of Obedience combo. That's a mighty fast mill if you can pull it off!

Hi_diddly_ho_neighbor on Streets of New Capenna

2 months ago

Alright, I know this is a deviation from the purpose of this thread, but I was actually kind of curious about this. I did a quick search on Gatherer looking at all cards with the words "exile" and "graveyard" in their rules text. Stipulations were that the card had to hit already existing graveyards (so that excludes cards like Leyline of the Void, but Rest in Peace is alright since it has an etb effect), if the card was multi-colored then I counted as one for each color in its color identity, I included offensive shuffle effects like Endurance, I included both targeted and mass graveyard hate, and I excluded cards that couldn't hit opponents (so like Zombie Assassin). Black clocks in in 1st place with a whopping 124 cards. White is in second with 38. Tied for 3rd place is Green and Colorless with 27 a piece. 4th is blue with 16. In last place is Red with 14. Obviously there are some flaws in my rankings here, but I never realized how skewed it was towards .

nbarry223 on Streets of New Capenna

2 months ago

I know has a lot of exile graveyard effects, but I would say white then green has the most interaction with the graveyard as pure colors.

Some of the best hate is in black, in the form of Leyline of the Void (which ironically doesn't require you to play black) since it is a replacement effect, so don't get me wrong, black does have some hate. I'm just saying in general, it's not something the color is super known for, but hey, maybe I'm wrong.

I think the charms are pretty well done overall, and I can see them all seeing some constructed play potentially, although Cabaretti Charm is definitely the narrowest because it will only be useful in an aggro deck, and there's probably better options at that CMC. The +1/+1 trample mode is definitely a nice finisher option for decks like that though, and the other modes aren't completely irrelevant.

Epidilius on Cards that exile Libraries in …

2 months ago

Unmoored Ego, Raven Guild Master, Mindreaver, Oona, Queen of the Fae, Supreme Inquisitor, there are so many!

For the shuffle, Cosi's Trickster is the only other card I can think of.

You could also run Leyline of the Void to turn your mill effects into exile effects.

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