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|Commander 2014 (C14)||Rare|
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Enchantment — Aura
When Infinite Reflection enters the battlefield attached to a creature, each other nontoken creature you control becomes a copy of that creature.
Nontoken creatures you control enter the battlefield as a copy of enchanted creature.
Infinite Reflection Discussion
2 months ago
Ramp, ramp, ramp, ramp.
Having access to Green gives you the simplest and most straightforward ways to gain a huge advantage over your opponents; ramp spells. You have some already. I would add even more.
I agree with bushido_man96 about Abundance . Highly underplayed and under-utilized, it work wonders for you. I do like Explore , though, mainly for the card draw. I wouldn't cut it just yet, although I would find room for Kodama's Reach or even Harrow and the ever-amazing Farseek . Tempt with Discovery is also a bomb.
2 months ago
I don't know about Winds of Abandon . I'm not sure I'd like to give my opponents that many lands if I didn't have to. But if you've got good results running it in the past, then ignore me. Based on the mana curve of your deck, though, something like Austere Command might provide you with more flexibility.
It seems to me that other than for use with Turntimber Ranger , your cards like Arcane Adaptation serve no other purpose. I understand wanting to have an infinite combo win con like that, but the Arcane Adaptation cards seem pretty dead otherwise. If you're set on keeping the combo in, I think that's cool, but those would be easy cuts otherwise for the other value cards you want to squeeze in.
A card you might consider that can help with making sure you've got lands in your hand to abuse Chulane's ramp ability is Abundance . It's a replacement effect that can fill your hand with lands on any draw, so you've always got some to ramp out with Chulane. Just something to consider.
The deck looks like fun, and I enjoy your creative approach to allies.
2 months ago
Hey y'all. Sorry about the commotion I caused. I went back and hopefully made up for it. Here is the monstrosity that has my attention this week.
I'm trying make room for a few more utility cards, but as you know, three color allies can only be tuned so far. The main things in order I am hoping to find room for from my "Trying to Make Room" list are (in no real order) Eternal Witness , Reclamation Sage , and Kindred Discovery . I was thinking of cutting either Sea Gate Loremaster (hopefully cutting allies won't put me down a slippery slope) or Infinite Reflection .
4 months ago
Clones are one of my favorite things. You aren't using actual Clone etc though. No problem.
Infinite Reflection hasn't been mentioned yet. That or Mirrorweave can give you a one round win if there is something sufficiently nasty on the field to copy. Maybe Soul Foundry or Mimic Vat to pump out copies.
Blue and white are the right colors to BLINK cards. If you blink a clone it comes back as any damn thing you want to copy. You'd need to put in Clone creatures though. Blinking that Duplicant is fun.
5 months ago
ETB Clones: Infinite Reflection , Mirrorpool , Spark Double , Vesuvan Shapeshifter , Body Double , Clever Impersonator , Dack's Duplicate , Evil Twin , Gigantoplasm , Mirror Image , Phantasmal Image , Phyrexian Metamorph , Protean Raider , Quicksilver Gargantuan , Progenitor Mimic , Sakashima the Impostor , Sakashima's Student , Stunt Double , Vizier of Many Faces , Altered Ego , Bramble Sovereign .
Just some cards, hope that helps.
6 months ago
Scion_of_Darkness yeah,tried those, Infinite Reflection is to expensive for my tastes and doesn't work the way my deck is now, having only 6 non-token creatures, 4 of which being the Biovisionary As for the Rite of Replication I have one but only one and since I'm already playing a full playset of Cackling Counterpart I'd say I'm fine, but we'll see where this goes, this is already the fifth or sixth iteration of this deck and who knows, it might change some more over the time
6 months ago
Infinite Reflection and Rite of Replication are the cards I play in my Biovisionary deck, along with Clone and Clone-like effects. So even if you haven't copied the Biovisionary yet, you can still copy the best creatures on the board.
10 months 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.
Infinite Reflection occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.0%