I had an Arrowhead Vine from my grandfather's funeral 7 years ago. I kept it on my kitchen table and pretty much neglected it, and it did fine. It took over and strangled the peace lily that it was with. Now, I have transplanted it and its cuttings. They did great for a while, but now have slowly wilted and died off. Now one healthy leaf remains. It was looking sad, and I was pretty sure it was toast, so I got some Pothos, which is supposed to be easy, and some Ivy.
I used a larger pot, put stones in the bottom, and some fresh potting soil. No progress with the original plant. The Ivy seems to be drying up and dying. Now the pothos that I had hoped would do fine is clearly not doing well. The leaves are taking on a rust color, the tissue gets thin and turns brown and papery. This is affecting some of the leaves on only half, some along an edge. The stems look healthy. I am putting the pot outside some to get more air circulation in hopes of drying the soil some. It has stayed pretty damp since planting the container.
I did this a couple of weeks ago. I don't remember when I last watered it, just have been checking the soil which is damp. The plant has been indoors, around 65-70 degrees. No direct sunlight. I am in USDA gardening zone 5b/6a per 2012 map. I have photos but don't see a place to upload here.