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I had a question about it's mechanics.

If I use a Cosi's Trickster, the wording on Haunting Echoes seems to indicate that for EACH CARD REMOVED, my opponent has to go through the searching/removing/shuffling process. Which would pump the trickster up tremendously.

does this work?
Posted By: Toronado282 (3/8/2011 11:33:06 AM)


Works great with Decimator Web.
Posted By: Autor (3/24/2011 1:33:20 PM)


This could be fun to side in vintage.

"I'll use my Bazzar"

"Go for it!"
Posted By: Pontiac (3/26/2011 7:57:00 AM)


@Toronado282: I'm pretty sure your trickster would get only one counter.
The reason is that "Then that player shuffles their library" is a different sentence, which implies that it is a separate step. To resolve this card, you do three actions in order:
1. Exile cards from the graveyard
2. Search for all the other copies of the cards you exiled this way (technically a separate search action for each card, but I'm not aware of anything that triggers off searching someone else's library so this shouldn't matter.)
3. They shuffle.
Posted By: Artscrafter (3/31/2011 12:38:20 PM)


Magic has an abundance of cards with illustrations that show people clutching their own heads and screaming or gritting their teeth and stuff -- these are usually the black cards that make your opponents discard cards or lose life. I would've expected Haunting Echoes to show a picture of a head-clutching person, which would have made boring but appropriate flavor sense; but instead, we have a picture of a man trying to eat his own shadow. With a fork.

Now Nils is a great artist (and his promo artisan of kozilek absolutely wins), but this one is positively abstract.
Posted By: aeongorgon (4/20/2011 6:37:09 AM)


i rated this 2 stars cause i pulled four of em. and i bought a pack of 2010 and guess wat i pulled? if u guessed this twisted Liberian then congrats. treat urself to a cookie. i aslo pulled two traumatize. i tried makin a deck with those and the echos. it was guitarded. at least traumatize is the shiznit. with bonehoard and that nifty sphinx from new phyrexia i see a strategy forming.
Posted By: krauser-gogetthegirl (4/26/2011 12:26:44 AM)


Most. Annoying. Card. Ever.

But I love it for it's awesome flavor. 4.5/5

My Top 5 Punch-Your-Friend-in-the-Face Card List:
#1. Haunting Echoes
#2. Extirpate
#3. Mind Shatter
#4. Blightning
#5. Sadistic Sacrament
Posted By: dberry02 (5/2/2011 3:44:55 AM)


Play this with strong BU control and combine with Glimpse the Unthinkable and/or Mind Funeral and you've got a very solid deck.
Posted By: Gormaol (5/17/2011 8:34:45 AM)


I use this alongside removal and discard in my mono-black control deck, it's devestating when it goes through. I honestly don't even need it because by turn 5 I've already used Surgical Extraction and 1 cmc discard spells to eliminate any real threats to my Obliterators. I also run some Phyrexian Metamorph just in case.
Posted By: Kitty_the_Kat (6/12/2011 6:33:15 AM)


things get a bit fun if someone is playing Reverberate or a Redirect against this...
Posted By: Biteybiteybitey (8/6/2011 2:34:23 PM)