Sigil of Silence

Sigil of Silence Card

Sigil of Silence is a 0 Mana Cost Rare Demon Hunter Spell card from the Forged in the Barrens set!

Card Text

At the start of your next turn, Silence all enemy minions.

Flavor Text

A little heard-of spell.

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  1. Sidus
    March 19, 2021 at 7:12 pm

    Meta dependent on ripping buffs, but if anything it works as a somewhat more flexible version of Kayn for something like Soul DH. Play Sigil to “guarantee” a lethal set up because your opponent can’t play taunts like a cheater.

  2. EksSkellybur
    March 19, 2021 at 1:06 pm

    EEh. This is fine, but I don’t know how actually good this will become. This will upset control Decks, for sure, but I don’t know how well it’s going to be. Just another experiment for me, and we’ll see how powerful it’s going to be.
    3 stars.

  3. X15d
    March 19, 2021 at 12:21 pm

    i cant imagine this card being run aggro since it’s kinda slow and doesn’t directly deal damage but I can see it being used as an enabler for some kind of minion based combo.

  4. Jed
    March 19, 2021 at 12:15 pm

    This card is trash- aggro wouldn’t run it due to the minor effect wasting a card and it being slow- and nothing else would run it bc they don’t need silence THAT badly

  5. Kethcup
    March 19, 2021 at 10:05 am

    Delay… silence…

    what a waste of a card slot, this will NEVER see play.

  6. Dynasty
    March 19, 2021 at 9:16 am

    Strong I’d say . Good setup for a lethal.

  7. WingedCastaway
    March 19, 2021 at 7:43 am

    I love these Sigils cards. They look great, and the effect is interesting.

  8. Thraben
    March 19, 2021 at 7:39 am

    Disgusting card.. As always for the Demon Hunter

  9. Benoitballs
    March 19, 2021 at 7:30 am

    Without knowing what the meta will be, all I can say is this card is so unbelievably powerful and what it offers to Demon Hunter is unreal. This is in essence a 0 mana frost nova against decks that rely on cards with attached effects. Libram Paladin? Kiss your buffs goodbye. Rustwix Warlock? No more Primes. Spell Damage minions? Poof.

    Seeing as the list of things that have been leaked so far SEEM to indicate aggro will have a pretty rough time in the future, I am leaning towards this card being absurdly strong. Sigil of Silence is one of those cards that will suck for bad players but good players who know the meta can play FOR FREE at the right turn to essentially lock down whatever an opponent wants to do. If you think your opponent is going to play a high impact minion with Taunt or Deathrattle or some crazy effect, you play this the turn before and then do whatever else you want because you’ve delayed their power play.

    This card should have a mana cost to it–0 mana makes it ridiculous. 4 stars, maybe 5.

    • HoboJed
      March 19, 2021 at 7:45 am

      This is unlikely to affect Rustwix Warlock. At best it will slow down a slow deck one more turn. In reality, though, Rustwix is generally killed the turn he is played specifically to avoid silence effects ruining the deck’s main win condition, not to mention he will usually be followed up with a Felosophy copy.

      However, I do agree it will be strong vs Libram Paladin and will be good in general to set up a lethal attack turn (play this and Warblades on a turn, and then follow up with Il’gynoth and as much attack buff as you can afford for a huge unstoppable attack).

      • Benoitballs
        March 19, 2021 at 8:03 am

        Fair point about Rustwix not being shut down; I think my broader point stands though, that you use this card to effectively shut out the opponent for a turn where you can set up lethal or overwhelming board states. The fact that it’s 0 mana means you can fit it into every single archetype–I almost think this is as problematic in an aggro deck as Mana Burn could be.

        We still need to see how the meta shakes out, but I will not be surprised if this card is integral to DH lists that become viable.

        • JoyDivision
          March 19, 2021 at 8:43 am

          Card is good but totally useless against control decks (like C’thun Priest right now).

          So yeah, metadependant, and most likely used by aggro against creature-centric midrange.

  10. Nerose
    March 19, 2021 at 7:21 am

    Seems too slow