Mana Echoes

Mana Echoes

Enchantment

Whenever a creature enters the battlefield, you may gain for each creature you control that shares a creature type with it.

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Mana Echoes Discussion

tiffanyann on MY COMMANDER IS A MANA ROCK ♡

1 day ago

Thanks carpecanum!

Saving up for a Doubling Cube for a while now! Mana Echoes seems awesome for some unexpected burn!

carpecanum on MY COMMANDER IS A MANA ROCK ♡

1 day ago

Soul Foundry lets you use X as regular mana for whatever is in it. Flameblast Dragon is incredible damage and removal.

I took out Doubling Cube and Mana Echoes because they got really expensive but damn they can give you mana. A token creator with Mana Echoes can easily give you over 100 mana. Wow, nm, they both dropped in price to "reasonable"

https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/xxx-gruuls-gone-wild-1/ is my Meanderer deck. (Sorry I'm sick and I suck at links at the best of times)

VampRamped on A Vampire Storm *Primer*

1 month ago

Sephorai

Underworld Breach could be a card if the deck wanted to lean fully into the storm strategy for the deck, but you wouldn't actually play the card mostly for the storm but rather to recur back your combo pieces Mana Echoes , Skullclamp , Heirloom Blade , and Phyrexian Altar . As I mentioned in an earlier post once you have all 3 pieces of the storm combo you will almost guaranteed to win the game.

king-saproling on Beefy Krenko the Mob Boss

1 month ago

Thornbite Staff is a strong one with Krenko. These might interest you too: Thermopod , Umbral Mantle , Mana Echoes , Ogre Battledriver

Azielle on The Hive Mind Project

2 months ago

I forgot to mention, the two black regen slivers serve very specific protection purposes when looking to combo off:

Clot Sliver protects popping off with Mana Echoes as it can make use of the colourless mana as the combo piece drops into play and produces it.

Likewise, Crypt Sliver lets me have free protection in play to protect a combo piece the turn I go off, so that I can tap out to do so. When I'm looking to drop Morophon, the Boundless it's often an expensive proposition that might win me the game if it sticks. Crypt Sliver or Crystalline Sliver allow me to do that the second I get enough mana.

I didn't really even consider the interaction between the two pieces on an opponent's turn, since they were just included as redundant pieces for their purpose on my combo turn. When I was looking at protect pieces, all I saw in Sedge Sliver was that I'd have to hold up one more black.

For building a castle wall that's hard to kick over though, I'll definitely concede that Sedge Sliver is solid with Crystalline Sliver . Making it hard to wipe and hard to target certainly makes it tough to get rid of the little critters. That said, I'm usually reaching for Wrath of God , Damnation , Toxic Deluge or the like for wipes. None of it would protect me from any of my own decks. In fact, my first nonbo removals in this deck at the spreadsheet stage actually involved ripping my removal package apart because it didn't play nice with my protection package ;)

Nickosis on Marath, the Poisonous

2 months ago

Also, if you wanna make it more "Janky", with Mana Echoes you can also add, Elemental Mastery and Umbral Mantle . So you can enchant, equip, tap and make infinite dudes with Mana from Echoes. Very much extra work, but funny.

Soketsu on Alela: Artifacts, Treasure and Sacrifice [primer]

2 months ago

MattouWolf

Well i do agree, while it easier to make tokens, they are weaker with kykar alone, the only degenerate thing you can do without a straight win is with Mana Echoes using anthem like Shared Animosity and perhaps abusing of polymorph cards like Reality Scramble .

Oh my indeed that could be dangerous, even thoug i prefer to use this in artistocrat/sacrifice decks but i will surveil your deck nontheless, it might give what i need for my futur esper deck

Nickosis on Marath, the Poisonous

3 months ago

One card I always ran when I played Marath was Mana Echoes . Gives you infinite colorless mana to make more dudes and then punish with Marath.

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