Kadena's Silencer
 
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Card Name:
Kadena's Silencer
Mana Cost:
1Blue
Converted Mana Cost:
2
Types:
Creature — Naga Wizard
Card Text:
When Kadena's Silencer is turned face up, counter all abilities your opponents control.
Megamorph 1Blue (You may cast this card face down as a 2/2 creature for 3. Turn it face up any time for its megamorph cost and put a +1/+1 counter on it.)
P/T:
2 / 1
Expansion:
Rarity:
Rare
Card Number:
8
Rulings
8/23/2019 Kadena’s Silencer counters only activated and triggered abilities already on the stack. It doesn’t prevent abilities from being activated or from triggering later in the turn, and it has no effect on static abilities.
8/23/2019 Kadena’s Silencer can’t counter an activated or triggered mana ability. An activated mana ability is one that adds mana to a player’s mana pool as it resolves, doesn’t have a target, and isn’t a loyalty ability. A triggered mana ability is one that adds mana to a player’s mana pool and triggers on an activated mana ability.
8/23/2019 Activated abilities are written in the form “[Cost]: [Effect].” Some keyword abilities (such as equip) are activated abilities and will have colons in their reminder texts. Notably, turning a creature face up is not an activated ability.
8/23/2019 Triggered abilities use the word “when,” “whenever,” or “at.” They’re often written as “[Trigger condition], [effect].” Some keyword abilities (such as madness’s ability to cast the exiled card) are triggered abilities and will have “when,” “whenever,” or “at” in their reminder text.
8/23/2019 Abilities that create replacement effects, such as a permanent entering the battlefield tapped or with counters on it, can’t be countered. Abilities that apply “as [this creature] enters the battlefield” are also replacement effects and can’t be countered.
8/23/2019 If you counter a delayed triggered ability that triggered at the beginning of the “next” occurrence of a specified step or phase, that ability won’t trigger again the following time that phase or step occurs.