Render Silent

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Format Legality
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Set Rarity
Dragon's Maze Rare
Promo Set Rare

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Render Silent

Instant

Counter target spell. Its controller can't cast spells this turn.

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Render Silent Discussion

Pygmyrhino990 on [Community Discussion]: What makes a ...

12 hours ago

First we need to look at purpose. I feel like we need to take each type of card (land, instant, sorcery, creature, planeswalker, enchantment, artifact).Land:- What mana does it produce- Does it enter tapped-- Is there a condition that can stop it from being tapped-- Does entering tapped provide an added bonus- Does it give a creature boost- Does it have any other external ability

Instants will always triumph over sorceries, but for the sake of it we're gonna include them togetherInstant & Sorcery:- Does it provide an adequate effect-- Is this effect better than other cards with similar effects-- Is this effect versatile- Does the mana cost (if an instant) allow for you to still play things on your turn- Is there an instant with the same ability (if sorcery)-- (chances are if there is an instant with the same ability it will cost an extra mana, or another negative effect)- Is the effect versatile-- Does the card offer multiple options--- Is the mana cost higher than cards with 1 option--- How many options can be selected-- Is the spell immune to counters-- what variety of cards can the spell target

Creatures, Artifacts, Enchantments:- Does it have high power and/or toughness- Is its ability good-- Is it better than other creatures/artifacts with the same ability-- Can the ability be found cheaper in an instant or a sorcery-- Can the ability be made with a good combo- Does the creature require other creatures to be considered effective (allies, melding cards etc.)- Does the creature have reach (this is big for green decks)

Planeswalker:- Is its ultimate ability really worth taking up an entire slot in your deck for?-- If not, is the other 2 abilities enough to make up for it-- If so, can it be supported by the rest of your deck, or by itself until it reaches this ability- Is the mana cost possible with the cards you have in your deck-- Is your deck centered around 1-3 mana creatures with a 6 mana PW--- Can you reach the mana cost before being wiped out-- Is your deck centered around 4-6 mana creatures with a 3 mana PW--- Can it defend itself before you get creatures out

Mana costs are one to be debated. Generally, lets take counterspells for instance, the order for good effect and mana cost goes as such- 3 generic (no counterspells like this) - many restrictions - 2 generic 1 blue (Disrupting Shoal) - some restrictions or alternate negative effects- 1 generic 2 blue (Forbid) - minimal negative effects or restrictions- 3 blue (no counterspells like this) - no restriction, possible good effect such as splice- 1 generic 1 blue 1 black (Psychic Strike) - no restriction, good extra effect- 2 blue 1 white (Render Silent) - no restriction, super awesome ability

and thats just the 3 mana ones, if we look at two mana counterspells (I wont include Counterspell because its illegal in modern) It is very similar- 2 generic (once again none of such) - high restrictions, negative effect- 1 generic 1 blue (Negate) - some restrictions- 2 blue (Deprive) - chances are there wont be restrictions, but if there isn't then there will be a negative effect, Counterspell was banned because it abuses this order- 1 blue 1 green ([consume magic]) - this card was the only example i could find (i dont think its real), but it allows a slightly good effect of countering abilities, at the cost of countering creatures planeswalkers and artifacts

then theres the classic 0 mana cards. 0 mana cards are a matter of necessity, do i really need Bone Saw, how well does it synergise with my deck, is it necessary for my combo. Do i really need Pact of Negation, is it absolutely essential to counter that spell, or will I win this turn.

Sargeras on

1 week ago

As someone who has played UW control competitively for a while,

(examples of UW control I've made Competitive Azorius Control on a Budget & A Guide On How To Be Boring)

I can give a few suggestions,

  1. Play 24 lands, it's standard for control decks and is the only way you'll be able to cast 6 drops consistently.

  2. Is this for budget? If so I think that AEtherling would be a better finisher then Admonition Angel, since you can protect it and play cards like Wrath of God. (It also means that you can have it as the only creature in the deck.)

  3. Vapor Snag isn't what you are looking for, as Condemn, Path to Exile, and Sunlance are all better options for removal. (I get you want to have the synergy with cards like Meddling Mage but those cards are pretty easy to deal with.)

  4. Render Silent should really be Mana Leak, if anything, render should be a sideboard card, since you can shut down combo and other control decks with it.

  5. Cut the oblivion rings for wraths like Supreme Verdict, Wrath of God, or Day of Judgment, 4 D-spheres is more then enough to deal with what it needs to.

A complete primer for UW Control is here Order Is Restored: The UW Control/Midrange Primer

Panas on The Prowess of Sages

2 weeks ago

Then may I suggest a Sunforger package? Helps both aspects of aggro and control.

There's so many strong instants in white and red and a lot of blue ones that share either white, or red. Like Counterflux and Render Silent in addition to the plethora of removal (e.g. Swords to Plowshares) and protection (e.g. Apostle's Blessing). There's just too many choices to make and those can be meta-related, but some that are always strong include those I've already mentioned plus Return to Dust, Into the Core, and Boros Charm.

Hope this helps a little bit more than before!

NicholsGT on Bant Spirits

3 weeks ago

Looking at the list I would recommend replacing Mana Leak with Remand because Mana Leak is decent in the early game but in the late game it becomes much easier to play around. Remand on the other hand fits the tempo style of this deck much better and often feels like a Time Walk in the early game. Next I would drop the Favorable Winds for Serum Visions. Favorable Winds is just to slow for this deck and doesn't do enough, Serum Visions on the other hand can greatly fix you draws ensuring your tempo deck performs as a tempo deck.

Also some cards to consider as you develop your deck:--Stony Silence--Silence--Render Silent--Turn Aside--Faerie Conclave--Celestial Colonnade--Cavern of Souls--Ghost Quarter--Glacial Fortress--Mutavault--Mystic Gate--Nimbus Maze--Sphinx's Revelation--Azorius Charm--Snapcaster Mage--Pithing Needle

Some Cards you want to look out for:--Chalice of the Void--Supreme Verdict--Torpor Orb--Anger of the Gods--Essence Scatter--Molten Rain--Stone Rain--Path to Exile--Lightning Bolt--Snapcaster Mage--Engineered Explosives--General RDW, Goblins and 40 Bolt

That's everything off the top of my head, hope it helps.

Zimmers_0 on Last Stop On The Fun Train

1 month ago

blazingscout, Render Silent is another silence so yep thats going in.

olliequeen42, Summary Dismissal would be hilarious with Elite Arcanist but what should it replace? Cutting is always the hardest part of deck building imo.

blazingscout on Last Stop On The Fun Train

1 month ago

Maybe consider Render Silent, counter's a spell and acts as Silence too.

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