Echoing Decay


Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Darksteel (DST) Common

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Echoing Decay


Target creature and all other creatures with the same name as that creature get -2/-2 until end of turn.

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Echoing Decay Discussion

Chino90 on Living Lore Budget

1 month ago

Also, you should add more cheap interaction to play until you cast your living lore. Consider cards like Flame Slash, Fiery Impulse, Magma Jet, Pyroclasm, Echoing Decay, Doom Blade, Negate.

Moreover, with so much discard and sorceries in your graveyard, you should look at cards with the madness, spell mastery or flashback mechanics. For example: Galvanic Bombardment, Fiery Temper, Cast Down

HurricaneZach on Angler/Delver

3 months ago

natyfaty: After testing, the second Agony Warp has been good. There have only been a few games where I missed Mana Leak but I am able to side in more counterspells in those matches. I also tried it with Doom Blade and Dead Weight but the Agony Warp seems right for now. Also, can't deny the card advantage and early game stall against creature decks that Augur of Bolas gives. Thanks!

Aeonikus: Duress has pretty much been awesome. I am thinking of making room for one more for how good it has been. However, I didn't have much success using Pestilence over the other sweepers/Echoing Decay out of the SB. Which matchups would you bring it in for over Echoing Decay, Shrivel, or Evincar's Justice? Thanks!

MTGplayer00 on Undying Evil

3 months ago

That's very fair. Evincar's Justice has it's place as a wrath (even though it only hits tiny creatures/tokens - which Echoing Decay can be better at), but Brush with Death, because of the fact that it doesn't damage you, makes it good in grindy matches. These are just some suggestions I had for the sideboard, perhaps, because I like to think of Dimir decks as toolboxes if they don't focus on the graveyard (or faeries lol). I didn't necessarily mean for these to be-must includes, but it gives you more options (especially nice when you run Mystical Teachings). In my own playtests, I find sorcery-speed stuff (like Chainer's Edict) to be ineffective against more aggressive lists - so you might want to consider something like Diabolic Edict in the sideboard because it can hammer aggro decks by denying them early-game board state. Any early- game scenario that Chainer's Edict will help you in - Diabolic Edict will do surprisingly better. That's just my personal experience based on my local/friend-group meta - so you should definitely make these decisions based on the situations you'll find yourself in.

Mendar09 on Pauper Mono Black Control Tron

4 months ago

Okay hopefully that is formatted a little better, sorry about that.

I did consider the merchant but I don't actually think I'd have enough devotion to make it viable, any suggestions on what I'd cut? It would also suck to get blown out by Echoing Decay or Echoing Truth if I just dumped all my Initiate's onto the board.

Is Relic better than Bojuka Bog? Probably, I just really like one sided effects haha. Thanks for the comment!

Grubbernaut on Pauper Esper Tempo

4 months ago

Sweet brew, looks like fun!

I'd probably run 2 or 4 Ash Barrens instead of Evolving Wilds since it's a slower, higher-land deck.

Another good idea would be to cut one Bojuka Bog for a Swamp so you have double-black fetchable. Alternatively, it might be smarter to get rid of Murder altogether for Chainer's Edict, more Doom Blades, Diabolic Edict, etc

You could also sub out Grasp of Darkness for Journey to Nowhere (since it's easier to cast), and Cower in Fear for Shrivel, Nausea, or Echoing Decay. When you side them in, you could simply side your Soul Wardens out, to avoid the nonbo.

Not sure what to cut, but the feel of the deck also seems like it might want one Radiant Fountain, even if it's just in the SB for longer matchups.

Sweet brew -- cheers!

N3XT on Jund Midrange

4 months ago

I usually like to run a Shred Memory. It's probably bad, but having at least a maindeck answer to graveyards, as well as a way to fetch some of your other silver bullets could be great.

Gets Terminate for creatures, Echoing Decay for tokens, Evolution Charm for even more modes, Putrid Leech for beats, Chainer's Edict against bogles, and more!

Aenderan on Nightsky Aggro

4 months ago

@TheRedGoat, Chainer's Edict for Bogles mostly, and Echoing Decay for Elves and other swarm-y strategies.

GeeksterPlays on Help With Protection Card Rules

5 months ago

Depending on the colours you run and how much you're wanting to build a deck just to combat that specific token threat, there are lots of answers to pesky token-making decks.

BLACK: Illness in the Ranks, Bile Blight, Engineered Plague, Massacre Wurm could just kill him on the spot, Echoing Decay,

BLUE: Leyline of Singularity, Stifle his Krenko, AEtherspouts attackers, Cyclonic Rift overloaded, Wash Out choosing red, Stormtide Leviathan, Echoing Truth

WHITE: Path to Exile Krenko, Wrath of God, Day of Judgment, Fumigate, Planar Outburst, Lightmine Field, Magus of the Tabernacle, an Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite will stop him playing anything ever again, Magus of the Moat, Ghostly Prison, Leyline of Sanctity stops all burn spells

MULTICOLOUR: Supreme Verdict, Merciless Eviction, Pernicious Deed,

ARTIFACT: Ratchet Bomb, Scourglass, Maelstrom Pulse,

Or play dirty and play RED back against him; Blasphemous Act, Volcanic Fallout, Pyroclasm, Anger of the Gods, Scouring Sands, Circle of Flame, Mob Rule and take all the goblins and kill him with them!

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