Leyline of the Void

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Legality

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

Leyline of the Void

Enchantment

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.

Daveslab2022 on estoner

4 days ago

And all you’re doing is punishing bad matchups. If you’re playing Leyline of the Void and I’m playing a graveyard deck, suddenly you get a ton of points because you literally counter my deck.

That’s dumb, no offense.

Dead_Blue_ on Nimble Obstructionist Vs Tale's End

1 month ago

This was what I ran it in Kefnet The Mindful and keep in mind this was long before Narset, Parter of Veils or Modern Horizons 2 existed.

But basically you start with Leyline of the Void and play the control game plan exiling all your opponents spells until you get a Kefnet the Mindful into play and cast a Day's Undoing. You get everything back as well as Kefnet online. Nimble Obstructionist hits fetches as well as any work around the opponent may have to disrupt your plan.

Trouble is games would often go too long

Squee_Spirit_Guide on Magus of the Owls

1 month ago

Aah, of course! I had forgotten about the Leyline of the Void / Helm of Obedience combo. You'd actually need because the Helm can't be activated for , but it's still a possible turn 1 kill. It definitely fits with the "this combo will never actually work, but if it does that would be legend" theme of my deck :).

Andramalech on Magus of the Owls

1 month ago

You need some source of fast-mana that can net you into , because having LoTV down turn 0 is key to winning on turn 1.

The next key piece is to have Helm of Obedience come down, resolve the ability with as the cost, and tap.

The fun part is that when Helm's ability goes to resolve, no cards will ever technically hit the graveyard.. so..

..you mill out your opponent and they go for OTD (on the draw) and lose to having no draw.

This works assuming you're not up against a free cast counterspell.

to_regatha_and_beyond on Sacrificial Lambs

1 month ago

Good deck all around. I do have a couple of suggestions based on my long history with Meren.

1- Replace Blightstep Pathway  Flip with Darkbore Pathway  Flip. I'm assuming that's what you meant to enter?

2- Underrealm Lich is super underplayed in these reanimation-based decks, but it's beyond useful. It fills up your graveyard and protects you from milling out.

3- Blood Artist is pretty much a must-have for any aristocrats deck.

4- Grim Haruspex is incredible for card advantage.

5- Cards like Acidic Slime, Krosan Grip, and Indrik Stomphowler as most graveyard-hate cards are artifacts and enchantments and you'll want to be able to shut those cards down whenever you can (think Tormod's Crypt, Rest in Peace, Leyline of the Void, Relic of Progenitus, etc). You have some, but you could have more.

I like the deck themes you're working with; this looks pretty different from my build but I think this could help improve your power level a bit.

TheVectornaut on black mono

1 month ago

Aside from Reaping the Graves and Extinction, it looks like everything here is modern legal. If you're looking for modern replacements for these cards, I'd consider Empty the Catacombs for the former since it synergizes with Leyline of the Void, and Plague Engineer for the latter because it's just good at dealing with most tribal strategies. That being said, there's no real reason to be returning cards from graveyard to hand instead of the battlefield since you have no on-cast triggers. In casual, I really like Hell's Caretaker as a way to turn a Reassembling Skeleton into a Sheoldred, Whispering One, Razaketh, the Foul-Blooded, or something similarly silly. You could always go with more traditional reanimator cards like Reanimate and Animate Dead though. Either way, I'd probably up the creature count and run a few less full board wipes.

CoarselyRefined on Zur The Enchanter - casual stax

2 months ago

Someone told me very recently about how well Web of Inertia and Rest in Peace/Leyline of the Void go together.

to_regatha_and_beyond on Meren Reanimaten'

2 months ago

Nice deck! I play Meren too, she's a super fun commander.

Given my experience, a couple of suggestions-

Besides that, the rest is looking really strong. I'm definitely going to steal some of your ideas. Nice deck!

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