The Door is Closed!

Event. Cost: 1.

Response: After an encounter card is revealed from the encounter deck, cancel its effects and discard it if there is a card with the same title in the victory display.

"...I perceive the Dark Lord and know his mind, or all of his mind that concerns the Elves. And he gropes ever to see me and my thought. But still the door is closed!"
Galadriel, The Fellowship of the Ring
Magali Villeneuve

The Treachery of Rhudaur #92. Lore.

The Door is Closed!
Reviews

The strongest cancellation card in the game.

It cancels the entire card, ALL CARD TYPES, and discards it wholesale unlike A Test of Will which only cancels the When Revealed effect and can't cancel keywords like surge (not to mention Locations or Enemies being added to the staging area).

The only issue here is you have to build a deck around this card using additional cards like Out of the Wild, Leave No Trace, and None Return unlike A Test of Will.

roguefrog 115
I've found that Rossiel decks work really well even without this card, but this one really brings them up to a whole new level and provides an incentive for using Out of the Wild or Scout Ahead to get rid of Treacheries beyond just getting rid of a single copy. — maistrechat 89

Pros :

-can cancel Surge -can cancel Doomed -can cancel enemy -can cancel cards with ''this effect cannot be canceled''

Cons : Will trigger complaining players that don't like OP cards like Splorfindel.

Lecitadin 181
Was there a ruling on your last 'pros' point? This seems interesting. Is it because of the 'and discard' clause? — bane 52
It's canceled. Know why? Because it's f&@$ing Galadriel, that's why. — Mad Morderan 108
More accurately, The Door is Closed cancels an entire encounter CARD, not just the effects of that card. If an encounter card stated, "This card cannot be canceled", then TDiC would not work, but to my knowledge no such encounter card exists. For further reference, see FAQ 1.9.11.53-4 for distinction between canceling an encounter card effect and canceling the whole card. — kjeld 268