Spirit of the Labyrinth

Spirit of the Labyrinth

Enchantment Creature — Spirit

Each player can't draw more than one card each turn.

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Spirit of the Labyrinth Discussion

SynergyBuild on Thrasios/Tymna vs Kenrith

1 month ago

To be honest, the reason I swapped from Tymna/Thrasios to Kenrith, Returned King is threefold.

Access to red lets me get Dockside Extortionist, and as explained above by RambIe, any infinite mana combo leads to a win without needing any specific cards in deck with kenrith in the command zone. It also lets me have some of the best interaction in the format, the best sweeper in Fire Covenant, the best free counter in Deflecting Swat (imo), two of the best dorks in the format (Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer and Ignoble Hierarch), as well as a slew of other options from Red Elemental Blast/Pyroblast to Mayhem Devil (an immediate threat against any LED Breach piles, especially if they set up with an ad nauseam/peer, it's great against Tithe, or against Ragavan, or against dockside, but it's also insane with any of them on your side of the field), and a personaly new favorite Expressive Iteration, the 2 mana dig 3 draw 2.

Kenrith also allows access to some of the most efficient win lines. My personal favorite is how it interacts with Hermit Druid. Not only in a dedicated deck can it immediately give it haste, active it, and be the recursion piece to bring back Thassa's Oracle, but it can also reanimate the Druid if you Entomb it, or abuse Intuition like Kess, etc.

Kenrith does something else I find great, which is simply have some serious potential to abuse any boardstate, often under most any stax. With just 4 mana invested, it can become a 7/7 that can kill in three turns, or give itself and other creatures you control more counters, trample, and haste and one-shot if draw lines aren't available and you have infinite mana (I did this two nights ago when a Winota managed to pull out a Spirit of the Labyrinth). The deck is so efficient early, mid, and late game in this fashion that it is one of the most popular stax commanders in cEDH, one of the most popular midrange commanders in cEDH, and one of the most popular fast combo commanders as well.

Tbh, Kenrith is busted.

plakjekaas on HULLBREACHER BANNED

2 months ago

Nobody complains about Spirit of the Labyrinth . The part that makes it asymmetrical is the part that makes Hullbreacher too powerful for its own good. If a wheel + Hullbreacher would strip all hands, and leave the owner with just a bunch of mana, it would be a lot more of a buildaround card than a utility piece that every blue deck could play because it's only upside in every deck.

I bet that would be a white card, if it ever got printed.

Neotrup on ETB Triggers

2 months ago

Yes. As both triggers trigger at the same time, you choose the order they are put on the stack. You can choose to exile Spirit of the Labyrinth before resolving the trigger to draw a card.

Liszt on ETB Triggers

2 months ago

Let's say I control Setessan Champion and my Opponent controls Spirit of the Labyrinth . Into this boardstate I now cast a On Thin Ice . Can I stack the triggers so that the Ice resolves before the triggered ability of the Champion and I thus get to draw a card?

TheManly1 on Breya, Etherium Shaper cEDH combos!

6 months ago

Thank you very much abby315 and Nerdytimesorwhatever ! I will keep those cards in mind for sure! I may cut down on some of the lands first and dig in to the combos once I'm down to around 32ish lands. All of the cards on my maybe board are cards that I want to add to the deck that I do not currently own. I will find a spot for the Red Elemental Blast , Pyroblast , Drannith Magistrate , and Opposition Agent . Would Spirit of the Labyrinth be any good to slow down card

DemMeowsephs on Queen of Braves - Sigarda Voltron

7 months ago

Hey there! I am also a fellow Voltroner as seen in some of my decks, and I may just have some card tips that work out for your advantage! There are two ways that I can see this functioning most likely better, and both of them involve screwing with your opponent long enough to ensure your gameplan ends properly. Just hoping you don't die usually doesn't work, especially in a 4 player commander game. A tactic that works in one of my decks, involves staxing out the opponent- obviously this isn't a tax deck, but by including around 10 or so stax pieces, you can really slow your opponent down a lot, and since you are in white you have access to SOOO many stax cards! Here are a few you may like. Keep in mind, some of the ones below may a bit extreme to you- I'm just sort of listing the most common ones. If you want to find more of these, I recommend going to EDHREC's tax theme.

Or, instead of slowing down your opponent, you can try to protect yourself more, allowing you to stall until you can swing with a crazy big Sigarda. This protection can range from damage, attacks, or anything really. Here are some that I like. You can see a bunch more under the EDHREC Pillowfort Theme.

Basically, I think you need some way of ensuring you have time to put Sigarda out, rather than chancing it upon luck. Before I take leave, you also may want to just consider a ton of more removal spells like Path to Exile , Beast Within , Generous Gift , and other famous ones! Now I hope this helps, good luck on your deck, +1 from me, and have a great day! Happy tapping.

Also, here are some extra cards you might like - Eladamri's Call - Sylvan Library - Selvala, Heart of the Wilds - Birds of Paradise - Ilysian Caryatid - Mother of Runes / Giver of Runes - Hunter's Insight

TriusMalarky on First ever EDH deck... help?

8 months ago

When it comes to EDH, I like to use a 5-point building strategy. This includes

  • Lands(largely fixing)

  • Ramp(the higher power stuff)

  • Card draw

  • Win Condition

  • Interaction

Every card in your deck should be in one of those 5 slots. Additionally, I consider cards like Fellwar Stone, Signets, Talismans and Arcane Signet to fit largely in the 'land' slot. They're there for ramp, yes, but they're also largely there for color fixing.

Also, your win condition should be fairly compact. You can take a combo route, or you can have a couple specific cards that can win the game on their own or with a little support.

In discard themes . . . you don't get all that much. All the discard payoffs that help in other formats are too slow in EDH.

So I'd take the Pox plan -- use Smallpox, Pox, Hymn to Tourach, Wrench Mind and Vicious Rumors to throttle your opponent's hands. Use spells like Deafening Silence, Rule of Law, Spirit of the Labyrinth, Leonin Arbiter and Aven Mindcensor to prevent your opponents from getting back on their feet. Then, hit them with some win con of your choice. Make it quick, though, because they will eventually get out of your lock and come for your throat.

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