Echoing Truth


Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual 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
Commander 2015 Common
Modern Masters Common
Duel Decks: Elspeth vs. Tezzeret Common
Darksteel Common

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Echoing Truth


Return target nonland permanent and all other permanents with the same name as that permanent to their owners' hands.

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Echoing Truth Discussion

Mandalorian on Blue/White Tempo Control

2 days ago

I'm not sure you are running enough spells to make the Scepter worth it. This looks more like a U/W tempo creature deck. To make it more of a Scepter deck I would add those Silences from the SB to the MB.

These are great options as well:

Echoing Truth>Boomerang

Path to Exile

Dawn Charm

Shadow of Doubt

8PhoenixGamer8 on Trouble At The Old Mill!

3 days ago

I would suggest Echoing Truth in place of Boomerang this would do the same but could potentially remove more creatures of the same name :)

Chuata on Glorious Evolution (Budget)

4 days ago


Actually I using Pongify and Rapid Hybridization on my own creatures with makes them big very fast. It basic strategy of this deck conception. Casting those spells on enemy creatures of course makes this deck slower, but also gets rid of big threat like infinite combos (on creatures) etc.

For more hate on tokens or annoying permaments I also have Echoing Truth in sideboard. It's more than Vapor Snag, but it also more flexible and powerful and it's the same CMC slot as counter spells I using which makes it more comfortable to use and more difficult for opponents to predict.

I had Avatar of the Resolute in earlier conception of this deck, extremaly based on +1/+1 counters and trigering Evolve, but now I have not enough Evolve creatures to make it works.

With Boon Satyr game is nearly ended with him on board. Elusive Krasis is slow in compere to him. Zero power at the beggining, no flash ability to cast him eventually instead casting counter spell or something. Of course Elusive Krasis can grow and it's unblockabe, but it's still oriented on late game.

Shambleshark is good. I was thinking about putting him on deck, but finally I took Plaxmanta instead for some extra protection, and it works well.

Zameck Guildmage is the hardest choise. Warriors' Lesson works well in term of drawing cards, but I have a little efect that makes my undying creatures repetable. I must make several tests to decide what to do about him.

ragnaerok on Join the Herd

5 days ago

For Simic, i'd imagine some sort of fog or delay type deck to set up for big swings later in the game. Fog, Moment's Peace, Life Goes On, Echoing Truth.

Against control, i'd replace fog cards with counters and hexproof effects. Mana Leak, Dispel, Mizzium Skin, Vines of Vastwood. I'd like to see what the sideboard looks like.

Personally, i'd replace Mothdust Changeling with Sakura-Tribe Elder for ramp and decent chump block. Rancor seems a bit redundant with the aurochs, i'd replace it with Groundswell or Might of the Masses.

Neotrup on Tooth and Nail entwined, fetching ...

6 days ago

Your opponent ill have to put both triggers on the stack, and will likely put Craterhoof Behemoth's trigger on the bottom and Avenger of Zendikar's on top. You won't respond, allowing the top ability to resolve and make a bunch of tokens. Then your opponent will get priority again and assume the bottom ability is going to resolve because people don't normally respond in the middle of a stack resolution, so they'll pass priority. At this point you'll have priority and be able to respond, casting Echoing Decay or Bile Blight or Echoing Truth on one of the tokens. Now you'll pass priority and give your opponent a chance to respond. If they don't, the spell will resolve killing all the tokens and leaving the stack with Craterhoof Behemoth's ability on it and your opponent having [priority. They pass to you, you pass back, and the ability resolves with a smaller boost to the team than they wanted.

Sargeras on Budget Merfolk

2 weeks ago

I'm a fan of budget deckbuilding, so +1 from me, I do have a few suggestions.

  1. If this for FNMs or if anyone in your playgroup plays a deck like Tron, the card known as Spreading Seas is very good at dealing with those cards while also being a cantrip for you.

  2. Dismember: While it may not seem like an auto include since it's techinalccaly black, removal is essential to playing modern, and paying 4 life for it is sometimes very worth it, I'd suggest playing a couple copies.

  3. As for other budget suggestions, (particular for sideboards) Negate, Relic of Progenitus, Dispel, Gut Shot, Echoing Truth, and Smuggler's Copter are all good options.

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