Biovisionary

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Gatecrash (GTC) Rare

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Biovisionary

Creature — Human Wizard

At the beginning of the end step, if you control four or more creatures named Biovisionary, you win the game.

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Biovisionary Discussion

Enral on Riku of two Reflections edh

4 days ago

Hey cool deck, I'm personally not a big fan of Warp World cos it is time consuming and frustrating for the table most of the times. I would replace it with another ramp spell like Farseek . Also not sure if you are a fan of infinites but Palinchron goes infinite with Riku. Also another janky win con I like in Riku is Biovisionary since it's so easy to make 3 other copies of it.

Scion_of_Darkness on Bio-Epihpany

1 month ago

The mana engine for my deck is actually Overgrown Battlement with Axebane Guardian and to find Biovisionary or Genesis Wave I use Drift of Phantasms which is a defender, blocks Dragons and is a situational tutor. Drift may not be perfect for the rest of your deck, but if you run it, it can search for Bio and the Wave. You're going for a more competitive build though so my list might be more mellow comparably.

Scion_of_Darkness on Bio-Epihpany

1 month ago

In my experience, Rite of Replication and Infinite Reflection has been the most convenient route to winning with Biovisionary, since you only need one to be out. You have the mana with the Pili-Tech combo. You could also Genesis Wave it into play.

IAmTheWraith on Which commander to build?

1 month ago

goblinguiderevealpls

You technically didn't even answer the question asked by the author, so let me pick up the slack:

I think that if you plan on building cheap, both decks have really good options, but Riku is just more flexible. He lets you build spell based or creature based, or a little of both and he isn't tribal dependant. Copying big spells like Time Stretch or a creature that wins you the game like Biovisionary or Tidespout Tyrant feel less infinite combo-y and really more synergistic.

But, if you do want something more linear, Inalla, Archmage Ritualist can be a great commander to build and can be really fun if built correctly.

The decision is ultimately yours, but I hope my feedback helps

Drakorya on Which commander to build?

1 month ago

Riku decks are great, as you can make them in different ways to suit how you want the deck to run. I've run my Riku deck as a spells matter deck, then changed it to a creature ETB deck.

With spells, you can go the infinite turns route or value spells route, like what goodair said with big X spells like Banefire or Epic Experiment.

With creatures you can focus more on synergies with combos included. Palinchron combos with Riku on it's own, but I've found it's more fun to just copy value creatures like Inferno Titan, Mulldrifter and Woodfall Primus. Biovisionary is also a hilarious way to win, and not to hard if you run Rite of Replication, Phantasmal Image, Clever Impersonator, etc.

You can check out my decklists if you'd like:

Spell-based Riku:


Riku of the Infinite Turns

Commander / EDH Drakorya

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Creature-based Riku:


Riku of the Infinite ETB Triggers

Commander / EDH Drakorya

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SufferFromEDHD on Phyrexia. Finds a Way.

2 months ago

This list is excellent! I recently built a Biovisionary Combo list but I kept it Simic. After seeing your deck I saw a lot of overlap between your Riku list and mine (Riku Token Tricks). Never put two and two together but I will be adding Biovisionary immediately!

There are a few cards in your list that could be upgraded (the planeswalkers, the treasure token cards). Take a look at my Riku list for some ideas.

wallisface on Biovisionary and Tokens, tokens everywhere

2 months ago

Ahh apologies - I failed to hover over the card and had mistakenly assumed it was Master Biomancer - my bad!

Is there a reason you're not just running a bunch creatures with the Biovisionary and then Mirrorweave? Feels like that might be quite a quick way to get everything won (note though that if your oppoenent also has 4 or more creatures you'll have to cast this during your turn so that your "win" on the stack resolves before theirs).

I found a link here that might help with ideas also - as far as figuring out how to either get the curve down or the ramp up: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/articles/against-the-odds-biovisionary

keksoe666 on Biovisionary and Tokens, tokens everywhere

2 months ago

I'm experimenting with this wallisface And, don't get me wrong but: how is making a bunch of Biovisionary -copies "overkill"? I don't intend to deal damage with them. I need four or more of them on the battlefield at the end of my turn to win, they don't need to attack. They aren't meant to attack. I'm also fully aware of the fact, that Saheeli's Artistry is a tad too expensive. But I'm working on this deck If I had them, I'd put in more Rite of Replication . As it is, I only have one. :)

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