Whispering Madness

Sorcery

Each player discards his or her hand, then draws cards equal to the greatest number of cards a player discarded in this way.

Cipher (Then you may exile this spell card encoded on a creature you control. Whenever that creature deals combat damage to a player, its controller may cast a copy of the encoded card without paying its mana cost.)

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Whispering Madness Discussion

GillyGalloo on Lovecraft EDH

1 week ago

Yep, I noticed pretty soon after. I swapped it out. I may put in Whispering Madness, but I want to playtest it a bit with my friends first. Whenever I get the money to throw $100 to a deck.

Firebones675 on Lovecraft EDH

1 week ago

Looks good but just so you know Braids, Cabal Minion is banned in edh

flavor and ability wise Whispering Madness would be a good fit.

JaysomeDecks on Wrath of the Bitch King - Commander Communism

1 week ago

I would suggest more wheel effects, such as Windfall. A few other good ones are Magus of the Wheel and Magus of the Jar, Whirlpool Warrior, Time Reversal and Time Spiral, Whispering Madness, and Memory Jar.

Now, what makes these particularly good, and why this commander is often feared, is Infect.

HubHikari on Leovold, Preventer of Draws

2 weeks ago

I started this deck with both Windfall and Whispering Madness but my play group wouldn't let me play the deck with them included. The only wheel left in the deck is Teferi's Puzzle Box as it is much easier to remove.

Megalomania on Leovold, Preventer of Draws

2 weeks ago

Windfall, Day's Undoing and Whispering Madness are some of the staples in Leo decks.

Check mine out.

iamyoona on Paradox Scepter Storm: cEDH Primer

2 weeks ago

I have a couple more thoughts after some long hours of testing this weekend. (Take this one with a grain of salt as it might not be as relevant since you're going all-in and our metas are completely different.)

IMO, Training Grounds is good for both the grindy matchups against stax/control as well as helping Thrasios, Triton Hero combo off. I underestimated this card greatly but it's definitely well situated in my stax/control group.

I threw in Mental Misstep and have not regretted it. Now currently considering Misdirection. Chain of Vapor came in for Cyclonic Rift for me. The latter is amazing in general but in a list like this, the 1 mana difference and utility difference is better than the alternative 7 mana effect of Rift.

I cut Whispering Madness from my list. It's a bit too low impact for 4 mana. I still like Leovold, Emissary of Trest and Notion Thief as I think I'm still more in the turn 4-5 kill plan.

I think you should cut Reality Shift. Praetor's Grasp fulfills the same roll as Reality Shift as they're both win conditions but I think the list actually is a bit clunky with disruption (never thought I'd say that as I'm a huge proponent of disruption in EDH.) Grasp is a better win condition and better card in general. (I found through testing that Grasp is actually amazing at killing when recurred and I never put Reality Shift on Isochron so it's not relevant the 1 cmc difference.)

Devintakingaim on Atraxa Stax

3 weeks ago

Most fun plays are Doubling Season + Ugin or Tamiyo.

Ult Tamiyo + Doubling Season = play all your draw spells (Whispering Madness is my favorite cause you can draw again by attacking) or one single search spell. Search for Jace, Memory Adept. Play Jace free with double counters. Ult Jace, Draw 20 cards. Play them all, win.

Ult Ugin + Doubling Season = Well you draw 7 cards already from the ult. This will probably net you a draw or search spell and some land of course. Put down any Planeswalkers you have in hand first. Then put down all the lands you have. There's so much you can do here oh god. I don't feel like covering all of the possibilities but basically tutor up a stasis lock or a tamiyo ult with all the Mana and Walkers you just played with Ugin. I've never "not won" after ulting Ugin with doubling season in play. Let's put it that way.

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