Etrata, the Silencer

Etrata, the Silencer

Legendary Creature — Vampire Assassin

Etrata, the Silencer can't be blocked.

Whenever Etrata deals combat damage to a player, exile target creature that player controls and put a hit counter on that card. That player loses the game if they own three or more exiled cards with hit counters on them. Etrata's owner shuffles Etrata into their library.

Etrata, the Silencer Discussion

TheoryCrafter on Satoru Umezawa Brainstorming

3 weeks ago

Phage the Untouchable and Etrata, the Silencer are cards I can imagine going into a deck with Satoru.

Others I could imagine include cards with ingest such as Benthic Infiltrator or card draw such as Eternal of Harsh Truths.

I concur with average_overlord_enjoyer...this card is getting banned.

Sweve76 on Unblockable Tribal

7 months ago

Really like your deck. I am also aiming to build an unblockable tribal deck but going to partner Ukkima, Stalking Shadow and Cazur, Ruthless Stalker  Flip at the helm so I can add green for the ramp. You could look at adding in Phyresis and Grafted Exoskeleton to boost the infect which will make the unblockable hits that much more painful. Ukkima would be a natural addition to the deck too and I would also consider adding Etrata, the Silencer and the new land Access Tunnel to help the wee guys who can be blocked get through

Unlife on Ways to Brokkos

9 months ago

Gotta agree with Metroid_Hybrid, something like infect is a great option because Brokkos is pretty much just just a giant repeatable pump spell. Maybe looking at weird wincons that you can cast Brokkos onto like Etrata, the Silencer . Tribal options, elves are obvious, but maybe something stranger like shapeshifter tribal? Copy your opponents creatures then buff them with Brokkos.

legendofa on Card creation challenge

10 months ago

Epicurus I like it. I'm already mentally building around it and Massacre Girl under Etrata, the Silencer .

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Card creation challenge

11 months ago

Klaus, Stromkirk Ranger

Legendary Creature - Vampire Scout

~ can't be blocked.

Whenever ~ deals combat damage to a player, each player mills cards until they milled four non-land cards. Then each player returns all land cards from their graveyard to the battlefield.

, Return ~ to your hand: Draw a card.


An unusual creature with an unusual set of abilities. This is somwhere between Etrata, the Silencer , Mind Funeral , and Splendid Reclamation . I haven't yet found a Simic commander I like. This I'd play in a blink.

ImaginitiveRascal on Clone High

1 year ago

Quasiduplicate is nice with the graveyard and clone theme, and fetch lands are not just pretty much edh staples, but they are also great with cards like Muldrotha, the Gravetide. Blade of Selves is a very nice card, which is a possible win with Etrata, the Silencer, another card I'd suggest. It also wins with Biovisionary. A similar effect is Araumi of the Dead Tide, which can be really powerful. Both need Sundial of the Infinite or Discontinuity to make it a reliable win, but you have to wait a few turns. I wouldn't suggest any of those cards seriously, but if you want to add more stuff to them to make that an actual wincon (extra turns, etc.), it could be interesting. Another theme is entering the battlefield, which is really strong with clones because you can do it again with your clone. Yarok, the Desecrated would be a good card in that direction, as would Panharmonicon. Some blink effects would be nice, but not having white takes away some of the best ones. Gyruda, Doom of Depths can go crazy by cloning it and getting more clones, or blinking it with Thassa, or doubling it with Yarok. I agree that you need more lands. This deck looks very interesting!

bl4ckb0l7 on [PreCon] Moving Shadows - Rogues & Ninjas

1 year ago

Just read all comments and the judges comment on Etrata, the Silencer. This is awesome.

PhotogenicParasympathetic on Chandra Heart of Fire

1 year ago

Compare the wording of Chandra's ability to cards like Etrata, the Silencer and Karn, Scion of Urza, which DO care about cards exiled previously. Etrata and Karn place counters with their abilities, so that they can refer to the counters the ability creates when using those cards later.

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