Can you cast Dispel Magic on a Shadow Monk’s Silence?

Let’s say a Wizard is outside the range of a 3rd Level Shadow Monk’s Silence, casted via Ki points.

Can he dispel it?

My gut inclination is that the Wizard can indeed dispel the Shadow Monk’s Silence despite it not being technically a spell, due to the Sage Advice Compendium containing this ruling:

  • Is it a spell? Or does it let you create the effects of a spell that’s mentioned in its description?

[…]

If any one of these questions can be answer “yes”, then the effect, ability or item is magical for the purposes of being affected by magic cancelling effects.

Now, consider the Shadow Monk’s Shadow Arts Feature:

Shadow Arts

You can use your ki to duplicate the effects of certain spells. As an action, you can spend 2 ki points to cast darkness, darkvision, pass without trace, or silence, without providing material components. Additionally, you gain the minor illusion cantrip if you don’t already know it.

Seems clear enough. However, the only reason I’m unsure is due to to the “best answer” selected to this question, “Does ki count as magic for the purpose of an antimagic field, or is it only fluff?”

That answer seems to conclude that Ki Magic is NOT in fact magical. (Note that the second answer, which is more highly rated, concluding that it IS in fact magical.)

I’m likely to face this specific, niche situation in an upcoming session I’m running and I want a clear, community consensus on how to resolve this specific problem. Other examples and evidence are extremely welcome as well.

Would Ventriloquism into a silence field allow you to cast silently?

I know Ventriloquism is an arcane spell and silence divine, so normally most people wouldnt be able to cast both without needing magic items or such.

But if you were to use Ventriloquism to throw your voice into a silence field, would that work? You are still casting the spell, its just that Ventriloquism makes it seem like its coming from somewhere else.

Does the spell “Silence” affect the caster?

While I was DMing a 5th Edition game, one of my player’s sorcerers cast the spell Silence while they were 5 feet away from an enemy caster. They centered the spell on the space that the enemy caster was in, and a round of combat finished. On the sorcerer’s turn, they asked me if they could use a verbal spell while in the Silence area. Their reasoning is that they had cast the spell, so they could prevent it from affecting them.

In this situation, I decided to not allow it because it would unbalance the spell. But I want to know what other people would think about this.

So would the user of the Silence spell be able to prevent it from affecting themselves?

Media volume drops after silence in music

Whenever there is a long enough pause (meaning silence, not that I pause the music) in my music or other audio I’m listening to the volume drops and fades back in when the music or media starts again. It seems like some kind of overly aggressive hearing protection, but who knows. It happens with all apps I’ve tried, but it doesn’t happen if I’m using my bluetooth audio speakers in my car. Phone is a Nokia 6.0, Android version is 9. Anybody know if this can be disabled?

Media volume drops after silence in music

Whenever there is a long enough pause (meaning silence, not that I pause the music) in my music or other audio I’m listening to the volume drops and fades back in when the music or media starts again. It seems like some kind of overly aggressive hearing protection, but who knows. It happens with all apps I’ve tried, but it doesn’t happen if I’m using my bluetooth audio speakers in my car. Phone is a Nokia 6.0, Android version is 9. Anybody know if this can be disabled?

How does Resilient sphere (cast via contingency) interact with an existing Silence spell?

I have a situation in my 5E campaign where the party cast a silence spell to sneak up on a sleeping wizard (super effective). The wizard was then rudely woken and beaten up to the point where his contingency spell of Resilient sphere was triggered.

The question is, does the resilient sphere block the effects of the silence spell on the wizard now that it exists? Is he free to cast self-range spells with verbal components and get out of this horrible situation, or is he still silenced unless he can find another way to negate the effect?

Can Hunter’s Mark be moved after Silence has been cast on a character?

Situation:

In a battle sequence our Paladin (Oath of Vengeance) has successfully cast Hunter’s mark, later in the battle our Wizard cast Silence.

We know that Hunter’s Mark requires V (verbal) component to cast, but is it also required to “Move” the spell? Can the paladin move the “Hunter’s mark” to a new target when he has been silenced?

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Audio silence at end of m4a’s in SOME but not ALL audio players in iOS

I have a collection of audio files in the internal storage of my iPad. The files are primarily m4a. When I play the files in the default player from Apple Files (or FileBrowser) there is a lot of silence at the end. Usually at least 10 minutes. However, opening the files in VLC media player, the silence isn’t there – the audio finishes correctly. Why is this?