Whispersilk Cloak

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Planechase Anthology (PCA) Uncommon
Commander 2016 (C16) Uncommon
Planechase 2012 Edition (PC2) Uncommon
2011 Core Set (M11) Uncommon
Duel Decks: Phyrexia vs. The Coalition (DDE) Uncommon
2010 Core Set (M10) Uncommon
Tenth Edition (10E) Uncommon
Darksteel (DST) Common

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Whispersilk Cloak

Artifact — Equipment

Equipped creature can't be blocked and has shroud. (It can't be the target of spells or abilities.)

Equip *(: Attach to target creature you control. Equip only as a sorcery.)

Whispersilk Cloak Discussion

Sendras on Regna and Krav Aristocrats

4 days ago

This is not a fully optimized list. It lacks a lot of fast mana, and generally has a lot of 'do-nothing' cards: the monuments, Oketra's Monument , and Bontu's Monument ; Field of Souls ; etc. That said, the deck is very interactive and incredibly strong when games go long.

Because the mana curve is relatively low, we are able to recur Gutterbones , Relentless Dead , etc. for card draw while still interacting with our opponents and assembling a win condition. The altars: Phyrexian Altar and Ashnod's Altar are game winning threats that go infinite in combination with Teysa, Orzhov Scion and one of our recur-able threats. A free sac outlet, and Karmic Guide + Reveillark + Gray Merchant of Asphodel goes for infinite drain. There are many other loops that can be made with our aristocrats...too many to list. I would encourage anyone adapting this list to play test a lot and familiarize yourself with the deck before taking it out for a spin with your play group.

Our protective equipment Swiftfoot Boots , Lightning Greaves , and Whispersilk Cloak are in the deck to protect Krav and/or Regna to preserve their ability to generate value. Because they are so expensive, if they are removed, it really sets the deck back, so be careful about when you deploy them--especially Krav.

Chandra585 on Community deck building first try - Yidris

1 week ago

Try all 10 fetchlands and all six shocklands in these colors. Cut Forests for them. And the six on color Tango Lands might be good too. Also cut forests. Aqueous Form is good to make sure Yidris connects. Same with Whispersilk Cloak . Lightning Greaves and Swiftfoot Boots give him haste and protection.

WhatevWorks on Help with a Marwyn brew

2 weeks ago

PlatinumOne, the one copy of Whispersilk Cloak does cut it. Rishkar's Expertise , Soul's Majesty , and Garruk, Primal Hunter draw your deck on a storm turn.

Other than that, everything you said is true. That's why I made this post. I'm looking for cuts to run Savage Summoning and Blossoming Defense ; those seem like good ways to deal with interaction. I might put Lignify in the sideboard, too. Point is, yeah, the deck folds to any sort of control and I'm looking to fix that.

PlatinumOne on Help with a Marwyn brew

2 weeks ago

WhatevWorks: not sure what your point is? it doesn't change the facts of what i said. that sort of combo requires that you draw really well (by which i mean "get lucky") and likely leaves you with an empty hand and small boardstate when an opponent just Path to Exile 's your big creature because you didn't draw the one single copy of Whispersilk Cloak in the deck.

your biggest creature in the deck is a 2/1, your power buffs are all instants (meaning temporary), and you have zero sources of trample. trample or other evasion is absolutely mandatory if you're attempting to dump all your resources into one lethal shot. 1 single Whispersilk Cloak won't cut it, and you'll end up getting chump blocked by tokens. the deck folds hard to discard and counterspells.

your deck has no interaction, which means you have to be able to ensure a turn 4 win (at latest), while also contending with opposing interaction. if you don't draw your Marwyn, the Nurturer / Viridian Joiner , or if an opponent casts a turn 1 Thoughtseize and takes one of them, you lose.

WhatevWorks on Help with a Marwyn brew

2 weeks ago

PlatinumOne, the amount of mana generated by targeting Marwyn, the Nurturer or Viridian Joiner with two or three copies of Savage Surge / Aim High / Gift of Growth is more than enough on T3-4 to storm off with a Rishkar's Expertise or some such, then chain untap/buff spells and draw-based-on-power spells until Marwyn swings for lethal and you've got a Whispersilk Cloak in hand with 50 green mana floating. If an Elvish Archdruid list gets lucky, it might be able to land an Eldrazi titan by turn 4.

WhatevWorks on Santa's Revenge 2: The Return of Marwyn

2 weeks ago

lagotripha, you're suggesting some drastic changes to the deck and the fundamental way it functions. I like what you're saying, and I honestly think I'm just going to go ahead and make a completely new list on tappedout following your suggestions. We'll see what happens with it, thanks.

Unlife, use Garruk, Primal Hunter , Rishkar's Expertise and Soul's Majesty to draw until you find Whispersilk Cloak . Swing with a cloaked and hella swole elf.

Flooremoji, there's only one creature we're trying to untap and that's the Marwyn/Joiner on the field. Synchronized Strike is good if you have two of them on the field, but that doesn't offset the increased cost. And, you're right, I need more mana. Currently trying to find cuts for it, thanks for pointing that out.

DruneGrey, this was previously a private list that ran Visionary. I found two mana wasn't worth a Marwyn pump without an untap, even if it doesn't cost a card. I think Visionary might be more at home in what lagotripha's suggesting.

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Whispersilk Cloak occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.09%

Black: 0.31%

Green: 0.17%

Red: 0.16%

White: 0.38%

Rakdos: 0.16%

Golgari: 0.17%