Endless Whispers


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
Fifth Dawn (5DN) Rare

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Endless Whispers


Each creature has "When this creature is put into a graveyard from play, choose target opponent. That player puts this creature card from that graveyard into play under his or her control at end of turn."

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Endless Whispers Discussion

girlyvader on The Roil: Chaos in 5C

3 weeks ago

MagicalHacker Sorry, I've been away for a while. Perplexing Chimera, like many permanents that require me to give them to an opponent who can then swap them back or hijack my spells, tends to just get the next targeted spell I cast throw back at me for spite; chaos is distinctly not control, and Perplexing Chimera is much more suited to helping a control deck keep storm under control via the threat it presents than helping chaos mess with people's math and cause things to happen. Conjured Currency is much better for Chaos; when players can't get their own permanents back, they tend to sit on it unless someone throws out a bomb. Play goes on, but the end of the game is delayed, giving me time to draw into Warp World or The Great Aurora. Eye of the Storm is, in my opinion, a terrible idea for chaos: the control player just loads it with a bounce or counterspell and suddenly the game is soft-locked. Endless Whispers has promise offline, but I primarily play this deck online in what is effectively a blind meta, so I try to avoid cards that interact with only creature decks; most of the decks I see are at least creature-based combo decks. (I have over 300 games with this deck online).

MagicalHacker on The Roil: Chaos in 5C

3 weeks ago

Interesting! I think that sounds like fun haha

What do you think about Eye of the Storm, Endless Whispers, and Perplexing Chimera?

DrukenReaps on Fight Club!

3 weeks ago

You know the rule :P

So I'm making O-Kagachi's Fight Club and I'm really bad at 5-color mana bases. I also don't have much money to spend on one so if I could be pointed towards an example of a good but inexpensive 5 color mana base that would be great. Average of $5 per card should be fine if you need a figure.

I'm also looking for more cards like Endless Whispers, Grave Betrayal, and Lifeline. The more creatures I can keep on the field the better. Doesn't matter who has them.

I don't really need help with forced attack effects or rattle snakes but if you have favorites feel free to bring them up :D

Heartlesshero800 on Fresno Shuffle

1 month ago

Unfortunately I feel you may have misread Endless Whispers. It says when "when this creature is put into the graveyard from play" The sacrifice side of that still works, but not the discard.

Argy on Brewing "challenges"

2 months ago

landofMordor I have always wanted to see Harmless Offering and Aggressive Mining together in a deck.

I'm sure there are some nasty Creatures you can make your Opponents take with Endless Whispers.

I used to like janky combos like that until I started to build more competitively.

landofMordor on Brewing "challenges"

2 months ago

My favorite challenge for brewing is to take "unplayable" cards like Endless Whispers and put four of them in a deck. Close second is to build decks under $15 including lands.

For more cards like that, I've got a list at Wacky Combos: Builder's Resource.


3 months ago

This is a great idea for a deck; but I feel like Tainted AEther and Endless Whispers could really backfire. Since a creature being played (Solemn Simulacrum) for example, could, in the hands of two people who decide to "team up" could gain insane value simply for having the creature bounce between the two until one of them decides to sacrifice something else.

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