Leyline of the Void

Leyline of the Void

Enchantment

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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Leyline of the Void Discussion

Poseidon31 on Abzan Stoneblade

2 weeks ago

Leyline of the Void, Rest in Peace or Ashiok, Dream Render for more gravehate or another Scavenging Ooze in the sideboard.

MechanicalError on Mono-B Zombicars Rising

2 weeks ago

I like the deck but what are the fetches there for? There’s only black. And why Yixlid Jailer it turns off your own cards, why not Leyline of the Void for only Graveyard hate for your opponent? I don’t know if Blood Artist is the best fit, since you are a more aggressive deck with a combo finish. How does this deck use Cryptbreaker? just for the tap& draw? Because you don’t have much reanimation to reliably discard.

Also, off topic but the link didn’t work, if you are able can you resend it?

niloc50 on Dimir Mill

2 weeks ago

Thank you too for your suggestions! You´re absolutely right. A mill deck should hit as hard as possible every single turn. I really love the synergy of Scheming Symmetry in a mill deck in general. It´s a great way to gain advantage over your opponent. The combo with Archive Trap pretty cool too.

I´ll probably keep the Fraying Sanity. Indeed it´s a turn without a lot of milling. But most of the time it´s absolute worth it, because you´re milling twice as much during your next turn and also the opponent will most likely mill himself too. If you need graveyard hate you can easily replace it with Leyline of the Void whilst sideboarding.

This List is also a reminder for myself of which cards belong physically to the deck. So I´ll need to have a look if I can offer a playset of different fetchlands or 2 to 3 Ensnaring Bridge. :D

Avatar of Woe, Consuming Aberration and Overwhelmed Apprentice are the first cards I´ll replace with some of your suggestions. Undead Alchemist and Memory Sluice are cards which I´ll replace too, but I would really recommend to try the combo of 1 or 2 Memory Sluice + Undead Alchemist it makes a lot of fun to get all the tokens if you´re playing against a creature based deck! :D

abby315 on Cutting Cards

2 weeks ago

I'm a person who likes to build "engine" decks, so I'm a big fan of using custom categories as seen here to parcel out my cards into ways they contribute to my strategy.

For one thing that helps me weigh cards that are dissimilar; e.g. Raven's Crime is certainly lower power than Leyline of the Void, but since my engine is opponent discard, it becomes more valuable for the whole deck. So, with that deck (and all decks that run on an engine), I always try to make cuts first from the Utility slot first. After that, I just cut the weakest cards from each category.

I think almost all EDH decks are either engine or combo-based even at lower power levels, just because having access to one card 100% of the time encourages that kind of deckbuilding, so the above approach works for most decks. For decks that are just straight aggro or value, I would just make cuts based on power and, after power, how much I like them. :P

jacobpmesser on Back To The Old Grind

3 weeks ago

I think I'd add Leyline of the Void for gy hate. And I play a 1 of Emrakul, the Aeons Torn for the mirror. IF 8 crab blows up it'll be a must.

ThisIsMyAccount on Compost Pile

3 weeks ago

I think you really need some enchantment hate in the sideboard because cards like Rest in Peace or Leyline of the Void will really ruin your day. Abrupt Decay can handle only some enchantments. Something like Reclamation Sage or Krosan Grip could be worth considering for the board and would also help against artifacts, too.

zapyourtumor on Voraciously Reading

3 weeks ago

For reference: Aether Gust, Mystical Dispute, Noxious Grasp

Leyline of the Void, Grafdigger's Cage

Back to Nature

Thoughtseize, Duress

(Note: I second these all except for Grafdigger's Cage, since it screws you over as well, and Back to Nature since enchantress decks aren't that prevalent)

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