Mana Echoes


Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Onslaught Rare

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Mana Echoes


Whenever a creature enters the battlefield, you may add (1) to your mana pool for each creature you control that shares a creature type with it.

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Mana Echoes Discussion

StopShot on Breya Combo

1 day ago

If you find your main combos getting disrupted too easily then have you tried Hanna's Custody and Indomitable Archangel? (Shroud won't disrupt sacrifice effects.)

Also your commander combos off with Mana Echoes along with Eldrazi Displacer.

luther on Animar, Soul of Eldrazi

3 days ago

also Mana Echoes could do disgusting things for you

ejikazuma on Breya, Ghost in the Shell OVER 65 INFINITE COMBOS

4 days ago

So I was thinking about Panharmonicon as well in place of Rings of Brighthearth, but in the end rings are just too good to leave out considering all the things they work with. After I added it all up, there were only around 5-6 cards that Panharmonicon really interacts well with in the deck and given how lean the deck is otherwise it just felt like it would end up being a dead draw most times EVEN with how good it is with Purphoros, God of the Forge and Breya, Etherium Shaper alone.

In terms of the infinite mana situation, I don't have Mana Echoes yet... and it has spiked up on tcgplayer, so it'll probably be a few weeks before I look to pick it up (It went from $10 on low to $25 on low because there were no longer any in stock so I'm not sure if it popped up in legacy or vintage recently and spiked in popularity or if it's just EDH players buying them up). Anyway, I decided to add Blue Sun's Zenith to the deck as someone suggested above, because if you draw it and need a combo piece it's a reusable draw spell... if you already have infinite mana set up, it's a reusable way to deck out another player at the table. It seemed really good.

Akkrand on Locust Pocust

5 days ago

Mana Echoes could make you a lot of mana. With your commander and the Skullclamp, could draw your entire deck

Quietman988 on Senehem, The Locust God

5 days ago


Thanks! I don't know how I missed that Trade Secrets was banned.I've replaced it with Arjun, the Shifting Flame.I like your other suggestions too, especially Mana Echoes. I'll definitely be looking for some cards to swap out

Calliber on [SPOILERS!] New Hour of Devastation ...

6 days ago

DarkEclipse18: Le Gasp! You may be right. Assuming God in play, 1 insect, and 1 mana. Pay 1, equip to insect. Insect dies, you draw 2, you add 2 insects and gain 2 mana as they see each other enter the field. 2 mana with 2 insects in play. Pay 1 and repeat.

Oracle ruling on Mana Echoes: You do get to count the creature itself, you even get one mana if it is the only creature you have on the battlefield (assuming it has at least one creature type).

So, even better. You'd get 4 mana with 2 insects in play after 1 rotation of the combo. Yes, a repeatable combo that you could do infinitely. Not to mention, they'd all have haste so assuming no response from opponent or combat tricks, you'd lock the win no matter how many people you are against.

Shibbidah on Senehem, The Locust God

6 days ago

Hey! Glad to see someone else had a similar idea. I'm also working on a Locust God list here: Locust God Draw Fiesta and its pretty similar to yours, even going down the same Wheel path.

Just a couple of things I would recommend:Mana Echoes works excellent as a second copy of altar as well as Bident of Thassa as a second copy of Coastal Piracy. I also run cards like Treasure Mage to tutor the Altar and Trinket Mage for the skullclamp, as well as a slew of other Artifact tutors.

I'd also like to point out that Trade Secrets is banned in EDH.

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