Aura of Silence


Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander 2015 Uncommon
Tenth Edition Uncommon
Weatherlight Uncommon
Promo Set Rare

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Aura of Silence


Artifact and enchantment spells your opponents cast cost more to cast.

Sacrifice Aura of Silence: Destroy target artifact or enchantment.

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Aura of Silence Discussion

Tscheunt on Hanna, because she looks great

6 days ago

I didn't want to include any cards like Aura of Silence because of the Stax, the only ones like that I included are a few pillowfort effects.Crads like Burnished Hart are a much more interesting idea and I will look more into that.I had included Scourglass for that exact reason.

redace10 on Hanna, because she looks great

6 days ago

I like that this deck is so artifact centric, but you're somewhat missing the point of Hanna's strength. Artifacts and enchantments that can bury themselves have high value in your deck, you can quite easily sac them and reanimated in the same, at least by midgame that is.

Aura of Silence, Mindslaver, Burnished Hart, Seal of Cleansing, Oblivion Stone, there are multitude of other WU and colorless artifacts and enchantments that do cool things you can keep recurring. It's a really matter of what kind of deck you want your reanimated cards to play as.

Hope this points you in some fun directions.

chrispmatth on MartyrProc

1 week ago

The Mainboard looks pretty solid, a lot of the good Martyr-Proc Staples. The one odd card to me is the 4 of Prison. I don't see why you would need it, since you gain enough life that combat shouldn't scare you. Most of my issues/questions would be on sideboard choices. Why Aura of Silence over Stony Silence, or even a split? Stony stops them from competing on almost any level, where aura can be worked around given a bit of time. The one exception being that Aura does give you an answer to Enchantments, which are where a lot of the silver bullet and oddball combo's are at right now.

Minihorror227 on W/U Prison

2 weeks ago

Ya thats true. I forgot about Aura of Silence as well. I might get starfield and that over the other. Should i put 2 of each in and what should i replace?

Oloro_Magic on W/U Prison

2 weeks ago

Gideon of the Trials can prevent damage, force your opponent to kill you and him, and he is a relavent attacker at 4/4, he hasn't found his home yet but I have been testing him in mono-white prison and I find him to be useful.

Also, if you played Starfield of Nyx you would want Aura of Silence just in case there is a board wipe.

If you go the angel route you may also want to consider having one Entreat the Angels for the tokens, and then having Elspeth, Sun's Champion in the side to swap win-cons against black decks that target combo.


3 weeks ago

Want to make sure your opponent can't pay up? Limited Resources does wonders. All of your artifact mana will ensure it doesn't hurt you too bad, either.

You might also like a touch of soft countering, like Mana Leak or Rune Snag. Just when someone thinks they've saved up for an out, you can knock 'em on their ass. Disrupt is even more insulting, if you're feeling brave! Aura of Silence would probably make a good sideboard option.

TearsInRain23 on Commander for a Mono White ...

4 weeks ago

I have done this already with great effect running Thalia, Heretic Cathar. Most white enchantments carry brutal control options that rival if not over power blue control in the commander metas I have seen. Ghostly Prison, Sphere of Safety, Solemnity, Spirit Mantle, Land Tax, Martyr's Bond, Opalescence, Aura of Silence, Parallax Wave, Worship, Seal of Cleansing, Idyllic Tutor, Enlightened Tutor, Academy Rector, Replenish, and I could go on.

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