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Khans of Tarkir Spoiler 8-26

Happy Tuesday (again) MTG peeps,

We realise that we've already did our daily post (the FNM report for our take on Alex Sittner's 'No Limit Soldier' list), but we've just had to share some rather exciting Khans of Tarkir artwork which has recently surfaced on Wizards of the Coast's Planeswalker Points website.  Magic the Gathering players can sign up to keep track of their Planeswalker points on the Wizards of the Coast website At certain point totals, players level up in the Planeswalker Points program and improve their rank. The ranks go all the way up from Prodigy (level 1-5) to Archmage (level 46-50). Players earn points for every sanctioned event they join, and they earn even more for each victory.

Similar to the program where players could join 'Guilds' when Return to Ravnica was released, players may now be able to join Clans for the upcoming release of Khans of Tarkir.  Although official Khans of Tarkir previews begin on the mothersite next week, we are very excited to see some of these lovely arts previewed on PW Points when you sign up for a Clan.  Here are a few of the not-yet-seen before illustrations.

Here are some descriptions of the Clans to assist you in making a decision about joint a Clan on PW Points -
Abzan society is built around family bonds to survive their harsh desert environment. The Abzan revere their ancestors but also adopt orphans of war from other clans. The scale of the dragon is their symbol: one part among many that forms an impenetrable defense.

The Jeskai are martial artists, mystics, and wandering warriors. They revere cunning and strategy in combat, taking the dragon's eye as their symbol. Isolated mountain strongholds form the basis of Jeskai culture, each with its own mystical styles and schools of thought.

The Mardu are feared warriors who live for the heat of battle. Thundering waves of humans, orcs, ogres, and goblins constantly raid other clans, but never hold territory for long. Their swiftness is symbolized by the wing of the dragon.

The decadent Sultai are founded on wealth, cruelty, and an ever-growing undead army. The clan's naga rulers made pacts with rakshasa demons to secure their elite status. The fang of the dragon is the Sultai's symbol, embodying ruthlessness.

The Temur value strength, savagery, and independence. They are represented by the claw of the dragon. They have little desire for conquest but fiercely defend their community. Temur shamans, or whisperers, speak to nature spirits and elementals.


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