Not sure with of the Harry Potter: Magic Awakened echoes to use? Well, you’re in luck, as that’s exactly what this guide aims to help you with. Here, we round up all of the echoes that are currently available in the game, and detail their uses to help you determine which one to pick.
Harry Potter: Magic Awakened is a mobile game that gives you a chance to take the role of a student at the famous Hogwarts School Of Witchcraft And Wizardry. You’ll get sorted into a house, attend classes, attend wizard duels, and venture into the Forbidden Forest.
You can grab Harry Potter Magic Awakened on Google Play. We’ve also put together a ton of guides, including a Harry Potter: Magic Awakened houses, Harry Potter: Magic Awakened wands, and Harry Potter: Magic Awakened legendary cards.
Harry Potter: Magic Awakened Echoes
Before we move onto the analysis, let’s take a look at a list of Harry Potter: Magic Awakened echoes that you can use in the game.
Bellatrix grants you corruption points each time you deal damage, summoning a Death Eater when the corruption bar fills. These use Crucio against opponents, and you can summon up to three Death Eaters at once.
Dobby grants you more movement cards, as well as ‘Apparition’, which teleports you to your target destination. When you apparate, you leave an afterimage in your previous location, which damages and slows your opponent when destroyed.
Flitwick creates musical notes when you spend mana. Spend an increasing number of mana to deal damage to a nearby opponent, and decreasing to use the same card twice at a reduced value. There are additional uses that you can discover too.
Harry increases the damage and healing of spells that cost three MP or less.
Hermione halves the mana cost of your most expensive spell after using several spells.
Luna provides you with an additional summon card that costs two magic to cast. Initially, this is a pig, but you can upgrade it to a more powerful summon each time you cast a spell with a mana cost of three and above.
Neville converts attack spells to heals when no enemies are near, and it heals NPCs for more than player units.
Newt is a beast of an echo that provides you with a Thunderbird, Erumpent, or Tebo Charge card that only costs one mana. You need to summon creatures to get this card though.
Ron summons chess pieces, which provide your summoned creatures with buffs depending on the piece in your inventory. You have to cast spells to get chess pieces.
Hagrid increases the attack speed of the creature that costs the highest mana to summon. Not only that, but when the creature loses 50% of its health, Hagrid will heal it up to three times.
Snape increases the damage of your auto-attacks, and every other auto-attack becomes Sectusempra, which bounces to an additional foe.
Sirius increases the attack damage of a co-player or summon every two seconds, stacking three times and increasing attack and movement speed when the stack is full.
Reduces the cooldown of your companion cards, and provides a new one after you’ve used all of them. You can get a new card up to three times.
Harry Potter: Magic Awakened Echoes Tier List
Now, let’s order the Harry Potter: Magic Awakened echoes into tiers:
The best echoes.
- Bellatrix Lestrange
- Newt Scamander
- Severus Snape
Solid echoes that can fit into most decks.
- Harry Potter
- Hermione Granger
- Rubeus Hagrid
Will require specific decks to get the most out of.
- Luna Lovegood
- Neville Longbottom
- Sirius Black
- Weasley Brothers
Not the best, but can have niche uses.
Avoid if you can.
- Ron Weasley
Harry Potter: Magic Awakened Echoes FAQ
Now, let’s take a look at a few questions you may have about Harry Potter: Magic Awakened echoes.
What Are Echoes?
Echoes are an additional spell that you can use for free in the Dueling Club to summon a character, or characters, from the Harry Potter universe. They provide unique effects that you can build your whole team around.
What’s the Harry Potter: Magic Awakened Best Echo?
This is a subjective question, but one that we’ve aimed to answer in our echoes tier list above.
Bellatrix, Newt, and Severus have perks that can benefit absolutely every build, so we’ve placed them at the top of our tier list. Those in A tier are still great echoes, though will require slightly more specific builds.
As you go down the tier list from here, the echoes are either more difficult to get the most out of, or just don’t have huge uses. Your mileage may vary though.