Magma Sliver

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Custom Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Legions (LGN) Rare

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Magma Sliver

Creature — Sliver

All Slivers have "Tap: Target Sliver creature gets +X/+0 until end of turn, where X is the number of Slivers in play."

Magma Sliver Discussion

Master_J on Slivers of Silver

4 months ago

In prep for working in some new slivers from Modern Horizons, I've made the following changes:

IN: Hibernation Sliver , Homing Sliver , Necrotic Sliver

OUT: Magma Sliver , Vampiric Sliver , Amoeboid Changeling

I've found the ones coming out generally not useful (though the changeling has saved Seedborn Muse once or twice.

I'm hoping the new ones will work better and help me with cascading once The First Sliver is put in.

_Delta_ on Favorite Voltron Commander and why?

8 months ago

I play Sliver Overlord , and while voltron is not exactly my first thought at winning, it certainly is quite possible when you have a 7/7 that can gain a lot of keywords quickly when you search up Bonescythe Sliver , Shifting Sliver , Galerider Sliver , and play effects from Sliver Legion , Magma Sliver , etc.

LVL_666 on Slivers... Because someone has to be that guy

1 year ago

Hmm...so this is a pet peeve of mine so take it worth a grain of salt but -always make your deck description as detailed as possible. As I'm looking at your deck and what you wrote here my only guess is that your game plan is to swing wide, and swing often. However, your deck doesn't seem to exactly have alot of focus to that end. You include some slivers with parasitic mechanics and/or (in my opinion) don't function well when there is only a "one of":

These Slivers are bad inclusions in an EDH deck because their abilities don't have much direct interaction with the other creatures in your deck. Additionally, when there is only one copy of them out on the battlefield their presence doesn't really make much of an impact - case in point Frenzy Sliver. With only one in play, your Slivers will only deal +1/+0 if they get through. That's it. If you had 4, that changes dramatically to +4/+0 - forcing the opponent to always block if possible. Can you honestly say that there is a situation where you would want to tutor for one of the previously mentioned creatures? Again, this is all my own opinion - but I would cut these Slivers for additional spells or permanents that could support you, but more on that later.

The inclusion of non-slivers is a bad choice given your commander. Overlord is designed to enable you to tutor for whatever answer you need. If that answer isn't a Sliver and is a creature - then what's the point of having Overlord as your commander? Speaking of lack of inclusions - why not have Amoeboid Changeling? It's a Sliver, and it interacts directly with Overlord's 2nd ability enabling you to steal enemy commanders. That's more of a control oriented play, but is a Overlord staple.

I'm starting to think that maybe you should swap out commanders for ether Sliver Hivelord or Sliver Legion. Your deck, as it is currently built seems to support a more aggro playstyle - which is completely viable within Slivers. Including the previously mentioned, I would cut the following cards:

Now, what cards do I think you could use?:

Sorry to write you a whole book lol, but those were my thoughts. Please let me know what you think and when your tournament is. I look forward to your response! Also, here's a +1 for you!

Tyrant-Thanatos on Pattern Recognition #59 - Slivers

1 year ago

"none of the broken barf-your-cards-everywhere that elves can do, for example" On this I actually agree haha.

But to be more specific, both Crypt Sliver and Crystalline Sliver are non-modern, and the Modern Slivers there are to take the place of these are Poultice Sliver and Opaline Sliver, which are pretty straightforwardly worse, and play a huge role in their susceptibility to removal. In fact I dare say that the removal that was around back in those days, Terror, was actually better against them than any of the removal you listed due to the anti-regeneration clause. But that still wasn't enough. Combined with the likes of Magma Sliver, Quick Sliver, Root Sliver, Shifting Sliver, Sliver Overlord, and Sliver Queen and I'd say I have a pretty succinct list of horrors hiding in un-modern-legal slivers, which makes them the object of such fear.

There is a distinct reason that if somebody walks into an EDH game and starts off by revealing a Sliver Queen as their commander, the game starts as Xv1 instead of the usual free-for-all. And that's in a format where they less reliably get the effects they want. Even if she's a "tier 2" commander, and a lot of things in EDH can snowball out of control, it's just what slivers do. They don't need specific combos, it just happens.

There's not much I can say about Inquisition/Thoughtseize effects. I fully acknowledge that the pool of cards has grown stronger, and these are a great example of that. But slivers always were extremely resilient, and I feel as though the lack of some of these key pieces severely hampers their viability in Modern. Moreso than just the strength of the card pool. Honestly just the fact that they're Tier 2 in EDH tells me there has to be more to it than card pool.

Tyrant-Thanatos on Pattern Recognition #59 - Slivers

1 year ago

Excellent read as always. I still hate elves more though. Slivers are definitely really strong, and border on degenerate quite often. But nothing will ever tear away my nightmares of Wirewood Pride. Nothing. Even Sliver Legion isn't as terrifying as Wirewood Pride to me.

I think the biggest, most terrible Sliver that I refuse to even include in my own Sliver decks due to shear degeneracy is Magma Sliver. Shit's dumb.

ersatz_olorin on Sliver Overlord

1 year ago

Mirror Entity is a very good sliver

Synapse Sliver to refill your hand, Fury Sliver to get all those damage triggers twice, and Magma Sliver for that Timberwatch goodness.

multimedia on newbie sliver EDH

1 year ago

Hey, as a starting point for a budget Slivers deck this looks good.

My advice to make the deck more competitive includes four main suggestions: upgrade the Slivers, upgrade the manabase, take more advantage of indestructible and being able to within reason because of five colors play any budget supporting spell in Magic.


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If this advice is helpful than I have more advice about upgrading the manabase, taking more advantage of indestructible and good support spells. Would you like me to continue with more advice?

Good luck with your deck.


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