Spidersilk Net


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Dragons of Tarkir (DTK) Common
Zendikar (ZEN) Common

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Spidersilk Net

Artifact — Equipment

Equipped creature gets +0/+2 and has reach. (It can block creatures with flying.)

Equip {{2}} ({{2}}: Attach to target creature you control. Equip only as a sorcery.)

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Spidersilk Net Discussion

wallisface on Oozeing Out

3 weeks ago

AEther Web is a modern legal version of spider climb. If you’re not worried about casting at instant speed to catch someone out, Web is less mana.

But i’ve typically always ran Spidersilk Net when in desperate need of reach, as it stays in play even when the creature dies - which makes it much stronger than the fragile enchants!

sceptikal on The Poor Man's Pauper Combo

5 months ago

I think you should ditch either Bone Saw or Spidersilk Net and replace with 4x mainboard Tormod's Crypt. You can get additional value out of Tormod's Crypt being graveyard hate and a combo piece, rather than Bone Saw or Spidersilk Net have no additional upside.

I think Firebrand Archer's slots could be better utilised with card draw/filtering and/or counter magic as you really don't need any additional damage-dealing combo pieces beyond 8 or 10.

I'd look into Ponder, Omen, Preordain for filtering through your deck. And Counterspell, Daze, Mana Leak for protecting your combo pieces.

Yunggodjt on M'lady

5 months ago

On the ideal turn two, where does the 3rd mana come from to play Basilisk Collar? Spidersilk Net as a 0 drop might help with flyers and help get te 3 artifacts on board as well.

BodhiQL on Pauper Infinite Storm ($10 Budget OTK)

7 months ago

I was already planning on using Spidersilk Net or Cathar's Shield because I have a bunch laying around.

HoboTSH on Pauper Infinite Storm ($10 Budget OTK)

7 months ago

BodhiQL: I would recommend grabbing a playset of another Pauper legal artifact like Spidersilk Net or Welding Jar because some groups use the MTGO legality. Since Tormod's Crypt was only printed common in Chronicles, which was never released on MTGO, it is only legal in paper Pauper.

HelixSnapHelix on Sram Equipment

8 months ago

I like the idea, and it looks fun! If I were you, I'd add a few more harder to deal with threats, increase the creature count, and lower the artifact count. Right now it seems like you'll end up with a lot of equipment and nothing to equip them to. Cards like Whispersilk Cloak, Spidersilk Net, Ring of Thune, Paradise Mantle, and more are probably worth cutting if it's meant to make room for more creatures. Walkers could make your deck threat a little more dynamic. Elspeth, Knight-Errant, Elspeth, Sun's Champion for more body generation and answers, Gideon Jura to clear the path for equipped creatures to do some heavy damage. Auriok Champion to evade most common removal and blockers.

multimedia on Sram Commander, mono white, Enchantments

9 months ago

Hey, consider cutting lands? You don't need 45x lands that's overkill, 36-38x Plains is enough. You could cut the lands for more cheap mana cost equipment, all are budget:

These are all 0 mana cost artifacts, great with Sram and Puresteel Paladin as draw.

Here's more suggestions:

Armory and Pilgrim are great budget tutors. Warhammer and Mask is nice budget equipment. Armor and Mantle are powerful low mana cost auras. Conviction is good because you can bounce it back to your hand and play it again to draw again. Steelshaper and Shikari are good support creatures.

Some white budget Commander staples to consider adding are:

Good luck with your deck.

PickleNutz on gaveleer

1 year ago

There's a Cheerios deck build that incorporates 0 cost equipments with Gaveleer that works really well. I would suggest trying it out. The deck uses Sram, Senior Edificer, Puresteel Paladin, Goblin Gaveleer, Mox Opal, Paradise Mantle, Grapeshot, Noxious Revival, Paradise Mantle, Cathar's Shield, Bone Saw, Accorder's Shield, Spidersilk Net, and roughly the same mana base as this deck. It is capable of turn 3 wins pretty routinely. You can sideboard Path to Exile, any modern burn spells, and other low cost equipment.

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