Decree of Silence
Whenever an opponent plays a spell, counter that spell and put a depletion counter on Decree of Silence. If there are three or more depletion counters on Decree of Silence, sacrifice it.
When you cycle Decree of Silence, you may counter target spell.
|Want (4)||rpie4444 , jjduch , LoudZoo , Ghostmajik|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Decree of Silence occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
Decree of Silence Discussion
1 week ago
@ByronTomas: Dude, calm down, let's have a normal card discussion.
At first: 5 games are a pretty small sample size to speak about things and I'm sure you didn't always draw the resonator... Let's just compare strionic resonator with Mind's Desire in a vacuum. It's almost every time better, because you can hardcast it, you can play it before you cast Narset, instead of stucking a card in your hand for 6 mana. Activating the resonator for 2 mana guarantees you almost always a win because you have 2x Narset activations what granting you to look at 8 cards to look for an extra turn spell. Yes the resonator is a bit a win more card, but you have to understand it as a combo piece to ensure chaining into Omniscience. Atleast it's better than Stitch in Time. I don't get your point... after an Armageddon or a Tragic Arrogance there are only a few decks who can recure themselves from that point and against hermit druid or graveyard decks I play Scavenger Grounds or if my meta is full of those decks I tech in cards like mentioned in Metachoices: Rest in Peace or Grafdigger's Cage.
Your Decree of Silence is a very expensive counter against those interactions and does nothing vs a hermit druid^^ But there are some cases where this card finds his place.
1 week ago
I said most on my own Narset page, but I can suggest Teferi and Silence, too. You dont need to protect Teferi, because most of the time he protects hisself with the bounce effect or with 5 loyality on turn 2 and the reason to play Teferi is to protect Narset not the other way around. You're complaining about my deck to suffer vs graveyard decks, while you neither have graveyard hate, stax, removal or mass landdestuction... But I like your addition of Decree of Silence and I'm considering to play that, too.
1 week ago
I've been loving Warden of the Eye/Scholar of the Ages and think it would be a great fit in your style of spellslinging deck. You can cycle through your entire deck using Scholar of the Ages + Turnabout + Escape Protocol + any instant/sorcery cycle to win with Thassa's Oracle as a fun cycling win condition. Warden of the Eye is also pretty sick with Decree of Silence + Astral Slide.
2 weeks ago
stcsteven97: I never felt happy drawing Solemnity tbh. It always felt low impact and doesn't really synergize with the deck much other than the combo with Decree of Silence which needs a ton of mana to assemble. I always wish to have another cycler or a higher impact card in its place. Decree of Silence serves a better purpose as a free recurable protection piece with Hall of Heliod's Generosity in my opinion.
1 month ago
For how to use mana you can put it in Blue Sun's Zenith to mill opponent library by drawing them, if you prefere using blue you can use Dramatic Reversal to untap all your nonland permanent, not only creature. With infinite mana you can use Ice Cave to counter spell by paying mana or Decree of Silence. Another win ccondition can be Entreat the Angels, Finale of Devastation, Finale of Glory, Walking Ballista, Stream of Thought or something like this.
1 month ago
1 month ago
Great list you've got going. I love the spell-slinging for value approach you've taken. I have a couple budget additions for you if you like.
Also, you don't have a lot of alternative ramp cards like Dockside Extortionist and Smothering Tithe. If you're on a budget, I suggest putting in the Talismans and pulling Myriad Landscape as its just too slow. Also, Migratory Route cycles to color fix you, but it only gets a basic and is practically unplayable. If you're going to keep a landcycler in, I suggest Sanctum Plowbeast. Granted, it's not exactly playable either, but it cycles for a "Plains" or an "Island", so you can go grab a basic or your Irrigated Farmland or your Prairie Stream or your Raugrin Triome, or any other fetchables that you end up putting in the deck. You might also consider putting in something to slow your opponents down like Kismet or Frozen Aether.
Seriously consider keeping Curator of Mysteries in for top deck filtering when you cycle. You could put Crystal Ball in instead, but Curator works with the cycling theme. We all would love to stick Sensei's Divining Top in our decks, but $$$$. Also, if you have Decree of Silence, put it in. At it's floor, it's a free counterspell with Gavi or New Perspectives, and at its ceiling, it eats your opponents next three spells.
I also suggest Hall of Heliod's Generosity to put Decree or Astral Drift or any of your other enchantments back on top of your library. If you're gonna run Akroma's Vengeance and Dismantling Wave, you should have a way to get your enchantments back.
Savai Thundermane isn't necessarily cost effective. I would suggest pulling it for the new Drannith Stinger. Ping ALL of your opponents for free when you cycle, rather than paying two to hit one target. If you're worried about targeted removal, don't forget you have Lightning Rift which does the same thing as Savai for one less mana and is much less likely to be hit by a wrath.
Have you play tested this yet? I've always found both Niv-Mizzets prohibitive in casting. Brallin, Skyshark Rider Flip and Glint-Horn Buccaneer work very similarly with Curiosity and Ophidian Eye, are far less prohibitive to cast, and with how fast this deck draws, you should have no problem getting to 8 cards.
Let me know your thoughts!
1 month ago
Decree of Silence is a good include. The alpha version of this list is more of an exploratory probe into different directions. The ideal version of this list will most likely include DoS, and potentially could include Solemnity along with it. For now, I don't think it's necessary to include conditional protection until it becomes known what's most important to protect, so I decided to keep it off the list.