Quiet Contemplation


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Custom Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Khans of Tarkir (KTK) Uncommon

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Quiet Contemplation


Whenever you cast a noncreature spell, you may pay {1} Mana. If you do, tap target creature an opponent controls and it doesn't untap during its controller’s next untap step.

Quiet Contemplation Discussion

Skyler1776 on Favorite Card arts

3 months ago

Couldn’t help but notice that both Quiet Contemplation and Narset Transcendent were both done by Magali Villueneve.

Rise_of_the_Hangover on Narset, Enchantment Master

7 months ago

Thanks Skillville! It definitely is a mix of tokens and aura/equipments. Well of Ideas was in there as more of a diplomatic card, but with this deck I actually don't wanna be drawing that much so I was already thinking of taking it out. I think there are lot of obvious ways to make the deck stronger but like I mentioned on your deck, I'm trying to be fair - the tokens are for some board presence until I inevitably start building up Narset until she's more or less unstoppable, but for my casual setting I don't mind taking my time getting there. I'm also trying to keep a handful of jeskai themed cards, things like Quiet Contemplation which I still have to pay for and aren't super oppressive.

K1ngMars on Talrand, the Anti-Social Lord of Loneliness - EDH

10 months ago

I know you went budget, but I'd consider:

I know probably 17,5/4 of the cards of this list are not already in for a reason, but i didn't have un cazzo da fare for 20 minutes, so there you have it, I guess.

pedroedmarcos on Summoning Sickness and Haste

10 months ago

Hey there,

So, this one was another scenario that kind of happened with my playgroup last week. Let's say player 1 has a Heartless Hidetsugu as a commander and after it enters the battlefield he just pass the turn. Heartless hidetsugo is affected by Summoning sickness so he cannot use his tap ability. Player number 2 is playing Narset, Enlightened Master and he atacks the player 3 and triggers the narser abillity. With that he exiles, Myth Realized, Quiet Contemplation, and 2 lands. No blockers declared, the damage has been done and so stars the second main phase. Player 2 casts Quiet Contemplation (No responses), and then he casts Myth Realized, triggering the Quiet contemplation and paying 1 of any color so he can tap the Heartless Hidetsugu. So the player 1 casts Expedite in response to the Quiet Contemplation on Heartless Hidetsugu to give him haste and them tap him to use his ability and deals damage to all players.

Is that stack right? -Cast of the Myth -Quiet Contemplation triggers, mana of any color payed and targeting Heartless hidetsugu -Expedite in response of heartless hidetsugu, giving him haste.

For me, he will only have the stack resolve, and he cannot response something in the middle of the stack once he let the stack resolves. So he cannot tap heartless hidetsugu before Quet Contemplation resolves. Am I right? If i'm not, why?

KongMing on Fastest Gun in the East

10 months ago

Okay, so I have some more suggestions, lol...

Leyline of Anticipation lets you cast any of your spells before blockers are declared. Whooo!

Goblinslide and Quiet Contemplation are amazing in Narset. You're already casting a bunch of spells for free, why not use your mana to get more out of it? And hey, let's throw a Sphinx-Bone Wand on top of it, because why not?

Other cards that have to do with the deck-graveyard-exile filter engine I mentioned earlier: Elixir of Immortality, Harvest Pyre, Dig Through Time, Quest for Ancient Secrets, Cranial Archive, and Jace, the Living Guildpact. Lots of cards like these, these are just the ones I run.

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