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Conveniently enough, Replenishing and Aura of Silence still takes up two cards.
That and it requires at least twice as much mana.
Posted By: NoobOfLore (2/18/2011 10:41:27 PM)


Not particular useful since it fizzles if your opponent only has one enchantment - which is pretty common.
Posted By: VampireCat (3/3/2011 9:01:21 PM)


Or, if your opponent doesn't have two enchantments, don't cast this card. Just because it's in your hand doesn't mean you have to cast it.

Of course, it's still not a very good card. It's all right in larger multiplayer formats like EDH, but it's probably outclassed by Return to Dust. 2.5/5
Posted By: Kelptic183 (9/4/2012 8:32:21 AM)


That's not very loud.
Posted By: Forgeling (8/27/2009 4:39:10 PM)


I'd rather Replenish an Aura of Silence.
Posted By: mrredhatter (10/25/2009 7:31:31 AM)


@VampireCat: Even worse, if your opponent controls only one enchantment and you control at least one enchantment, you are required to target one of your enchantments. Since white is the enchantment color, that has a good chance of happening.
Posted By: adrian.malacoda (6/16/2012 10:20:13 PM)


Its impossible to cast this card online if there is only one legal target on the field.

Anyways, sideboard card for an enchantment deck, incase of mirror matches. Or for a player with a limited card pool.
Posted By: TheWrathofShane (10/16/2012 5:17:54 AM)


omg radiant just get over it and stop destroying so many enchantments
Posted By: Goatllama (3/18/2013 12:38:41 PM)


Not so useful these days since more equipment is fulfilling the roles of enchantments. I'd certainly think about sideboarding one for enchantment heavy decks though.
Posted By: gut.gemacht (8/14/2013 5:58:08 AM)