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Khanstruction Site: Intet

feral-throwback:

So here we are, the last of the Planar Chaos dragons and my favourite of the Clans - Temur. While Intet and Surrak may share a colour identity, Intet is about as far from the bear-punching clan she inspired as you can get. Intet works in the realm that makes Temur so appealing to me - the realm…

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Khanstruction Site: Intet

feral-throwback:

So here we are, the last of the Planar Chaos dragons and my favourite of the Clans - Temur. While Intet and Surrak may share a colour identity, Intet is about as far from the bear-punching clan she inspired as you can get. Intet works in the realm that makes Temur so appealing to me - the realm…

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Clans of Tarkir: Temur

sarkhan-the-dragonspeaker:

I’ve done Abzan, Jeskai, Sultai, and Mardu. Last but certainly not the least, here’s the Temur.

The Temur Frontier embodies green, red and blue. The clan is led by Khan Surrak Dragonclaw. They value savagery, and their symbol is the Claw of the Dragon.

Brave to punch…

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mana-screwed:

So I know that the dragons of Tarkir are dead and I heard that time will be a sub-theme in Khans of Tarkir. I’m thinking that its possible that we could see a reprint of some nifty dragons from another set all about time… No evidence to support my thoughts, but I thought that since there were dragons for each wedge it would be pretty cool. 

Any thoughts on possibly seeing these Planar Chaos dragons come back to life in Tarkir?

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Colour Theory: Framing the Clan Philosophies

thoughtseize:

(I wrote up this post earlier but deleted it due to Maro’s description of Khans’ wedge-centring as being different from how it appears according to the colour wheel, but I’ve decided to re-post as food for thought)

So as we all know, the Clans of Tarkir are aligned with wedge colours — that is,…

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howtobebettermagicplayer:

Khans of Tarkir Gang signs, courtesy of KevyMetall (https://twitter.com/KevyMetall)

Apparently the Temur one is an actual Crips gang sign.  Use caution when throwing this around

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