Whispersilk Cloak

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.)

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Format Legality
Duel Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Leviathan Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Unformat Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Limited Legal
Highlander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Custom Legal
Pauper Legal

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Whispersilk Cloak Discussion

RNR_Gaming on Salazar Slytherin

6 days ago

I did not. I'm at work so I try not to be on my phone as much.

Lots of overlap with my list lol ;) not that it's a bad thing or unexpected - very few deathtouch creatures in pauper green colorless. You've also included a tad more of the fight removal. I do suggest Whispersilk Cloak highly as it keeps players on a 5 turn clock and gives your commander both evasion/protection. I hate voltron cards but this is one to include worth the mana investment.

RNR_Gaming on Mono Green Cyanide

1 week ago

Kinkyramirez - This is a "pauper" edh deck. Harmonize and Hot Soup have not been printed as an uncommons yet. Also, Whispersilk Cloak is already in the deck.

So, I've actually included the majority of the deathtouch creatures that are available to me. Again, this is a pauper deck. The infect creatures still add to the same clock even if they have no synergy with my commander.

While I'd like more card draw my card Pool is extremely limited. Currently, Lead the Stampede and Winding Way are the best green has to offer.

Also, Ancient Animus provides the additional benefit of a counter to Fynn which makes him pass the bolt test - it's very important that he sticks around. Savage Swipe - is just amazingly mana efficient. The focus of the removal suite was more so tempo and protection. In the late game assuming we draw it Viridian Longbow solves most of our creature problems.

Lastly, while thinning is great and all but cards like Rampant Growth and Cultivate don't fit into my curve very well. The majority of the deck is 1-2 drops and there's a very small window of opportunity for a deck like this to shine. Basically, I want to be dropping a creatures not ramping/thinning.

xram666 on KaaliaAAGGHHH!!!

1 week ago

Hi. I also play a not really competitive Kaaila Dragon Tribal Deck Kaalia's Dragons. Maybe you want to have a look at it.

I don't know if the card is fast enough in your playgroup/meta but Whispersilk Cloak gives shroud an unblock-able to Kaalia. Very nice in my deck.

Quicksilver Amulet is plan B if Kaalia is not possible.

Nevertheless. Nice deck. +1 from me

Dreadnaught45 on Block Masters

3 weeks ago

This deck is far from ready, but I thought the concept was there. I will definitely add Whispersilk Cloak and Canopy Cover though. I also need to remove most of the ramp as ramp in that quantity for this deck is unnecessary. I also wanted to add more cards like Infernal Medusa , as having that card with lure can potentially wipe another players creatures, while Virtus the Veiled hits them for half.

Magmastorm on Block Masters

3 weeks ago

Though lure effects serve the dual purpose of wiping opposing creatures via deathtouch and ensuring Virtus can connect, you may want to consider using a bit of conventional evasion as well, as much of it comes with added protection as well to ensure that the fragile Virtus isn't instantly removed. Protective equipment like Whispersilk Cloak and auras like Canopy Cover will let Virtus get in easy hits.

This deck is pretty cool. I don't think I've seen any deck use a Licid more elegantly.

Pheardemons on Horror, Carnage, and Annihilation. All are Rakdos.

1 month ago

FenIsABasicSwamp - Because this deck doesn't play too many creatures, draw is limited in Rakdos colors. I supplement this with tutors to ensure I get whatever I need. You are correct in that I don't have a way to get around Rakdos' ability. However, the hate is built to stop my opponents from coming back. There have been many games where it is ended with me having Rakdos, protection like Whispersilk Cloak, and nothing else. With double strike or Strionic Resonator Rakdos can make my opponent sacrifice twice or (potentially) three times to my one. Usually my opponents can't come back from that.

This deck does become hellbent often, but it usually isn't a problem because my opponents are also hellbent or they have an insignificant board state. However, what are some draw options that you can think of?

SonneKrieger7 on Geist of Saint Traft EDH

1 month ago

I never play Azorius so I made a Bruna deck similar to this recently. I would definitely go with an unblockable voltron strategy.

You're on the right track with Steel of the Godhead. You can also add Aqueous Form, Spirit Mantle, and Unquestioned Authority to make it unblockable. Aqueous Form also gives you a scry effect. Thassa, God of the Sea is pretty good too if you have the budget for it.

There's also Whispersilk Cloak, Prowler's Helm, and Hot Soup for equipment.

Here's a link if you want to see the Bruna deck. It's mostly enchantments but maybe you'll like some of them.

Omniscience_is_life on Best Play I Have Seen …

1 month ago

In the one game I've played in 2021, I attacked with an Armored Skyhunter that had a Prying Blade on it, in my Reyav deck. My commander was out, but my opponent had a flying blocker. The Skyhunter triggered, and I revealed the top 6, 1 by 1... and the last one, after like 5 lands and a Signet, was a Whispersilk Cloak! So I slid it on the Skyhunter and got those sweet, sweet Treasure. Not as cool as yours, RambIe, but it's something :)

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