Some amazing women from Tarkir, one from every clan. I love their sensibility in clothes and diversity in ‘jobs’, nevermind that the art is just beautiful. Can we give props to Jeremy Jarvis and his crew of artists for such doing an amazing job? *stands up and applauds*
Sources:
Abzan Guide and Timely Hordemate by Steve Prescott
Sultai Soothsayer by Cynthia Sheppard
Bear’s Companion by Winona Nelson
Jeskai Elder by Craig J Spearing
A don’t forget about Yasimin, the scary goblin! Some amazing women from Tarkir, one from every clan. I love their sensibility in clothes and diversity in ‘jobs’, nevermind that the art is just beautiful. Can we give props to Jeremy Jarvis and his crew of artists for such doing an amazing job? *stands up and applauds*
Sources:
Abzan Guide and Timely Hordemate by Steve Prescott
Sultai Soothsayer by Cynthia Sheppard
Bear’s Companion by Winona Nelson
Jeskai Elder by Craig J Spearing
A don’t forget about Yasimin, the scary goblin! Some amazing women from Tarkir, one from every clan. I love their sensibility in clothes and diversity in ‘jobs’, nevermind that the art is just beautiful. Can we give props to Jeremy Jarvis and his crew of artists for such doing an amazing job? *stands up and applauds*
Sources:
Abzan Guide and Timely Hordemate by Steve Prescott
Sultai Soothsayer by Cynthia Sheppard
Bear’s Companion by Winona Nelson
Jeskai Elder by Craig J Spearing
A don’t forget about Yasimin, the scary goblin! Some amazing women from Tarkir, one from every clan. I love their sensibility in clothes and diversity in ‘jobs’, nevermind that the art is just beautiful. Can we give props to Jeremy Jarvis and his crew of artists for such doing an amazing job? *stands up and applauds*
Sources:
Abzan Guide and Timely Hordemate by Steve Prescott
Sultai Soothsayer by Cynthia Sheppard
Bear’s Companion by Winona Nelson
Jeskai Elder by Craig J Spearing
A don’t forget about Yasimin, the scary goblin! Some amazing women from Tarkir, one from every clan. I love their sensibility in clothes and diversity in ‘jobs’, nevermind that the art is just beautiful. Can we give props to Jeremy Jarvis and his crew of artists for such doing an amazing job? *stands up and applauds*
Sources:
Abzan Guide and Timely Hordemate by Steve Prescott
Sultai Soothsayer by Cynthia Sheppard
Bear’s Companion by Winona Nelson
Jeskai Elder by Craig J Spearing
A don’t forget about Yasimin, the scary goblin!

Some amazing women from Tarkir, one from every clan. I love their sensibility in clothes and diversity in ‘jobs’, nevermind that the art is just beautiful. Can we give props to Jeremy Jarvis and his crew of artists for such doing an amazing job? *stands up and applauds*

Sources:

A don’t forget about Yasimin, the scary goblin!

QuestionDid design hand over Jeskai Ascendancy the way it is or did development change it to its current version? Answer

markrosewater:

That cycle was a completely different cycle. They were known as the empires and they were global enchantments you fought for control over.

I need to know more about this. This sounds absolutely amazing.

R&D talks about Jeskai.

Abzan here.

R&D talks about Abzan.

So I just came across this. Anyone seen it yet? It seems fun. IMDB even gives it a whopping 7.4! That’s averaged over 12 users, so grains of salt there. Let me know if you’ve seen it and what you think!

mythandmtg:

A fairy from Scottish lore, the redcap is most easily recognized by the cap it wears, which it dyes red with human blood. They look like small, skinny men, with red eyes, sharp teeth, long nails and long noses.Considered the most malicious of all fairies, redcaps are often found in abandoned castles where evil deeds have been committed. They are strong enough to take down full grown men, and cannot be fought off unless one is quick enough to start reciting Bible verses. Some sources list them as cannibals, eating both man and fairy flesh.

Awesome! See also the Redcap entry at Wikipedia

mythandmtg:

A fairy from Scottish lore, the redcap is most easily recognized by the cap it wears, which it dyes red with human blood. They look like small, skinny men, with red eyes, sharp teeth, long nails and long noses.Considered the most malicious of all fairies, redcaps are often found in abandoned castles where evil deeds have been committed. They are strong enough to take down full grown men, and cannot be fought off unless one is quick enough to start reciting Bible verses. Some sources list them as cannibals, eating both man and fairy flesh.

Awesome! See also the Redcap entry at Wikipedia

dougbeyermtg:

For those who’ve been asking whether there will be ebooks for KTK:

Our goal has always been for a wide range of people to get to enjoy Magic's story. That's why we will not be producing ebooks or novels for Khans of Tarkir block.

Let me explain.

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IMPORTANT!

Look. Elves vs Goblins, Divine vs Demonic, Jace vs Chandra, Garruk vs Liliana. Dice. Boxes that seemingly can actually hold sleeved cards. Tokens. All the tokens.

One of the iconic cards of Magic, Naturalize, in all it’s different iterations, artwise.

You guys, I totally got featured in today’s Command Tower article with my Prossh deck. ^_^

Sorry for the increase of non-Vorthos updates lately, but I just had to share this.

Well, that’s a thing, a box with so many fetches and other goodies.

*eep* The 300th follower just subscribed. Thank you, all of you. <3 Keep spreading that Vorthos love.

If you have any ideas, comments, suggestion, questions, etc, don’t hesitate to message or ask!

Sorin instantly loathed Tarkir&#8217;s relentless heat, and he could feel his flesh burning. He pulled his hood up over his head to shield his pale skin and headed for the nearest shadow under a high, irregular plateau that rose up from the steppe. His boots broke through the thin crust of dried earth as he walked. A lone buzzard wheeled high overhead, its shadow tracing silent circles on the ground as Sorin moved to cover.

New Uncharted Realms, Sorin&#8217;s Revelation, with Sorin as the protagonist!
Sorin instantly loathed Tarkir’s relentless heat, and he could feel his flesh burning. He pulled his hood up over his head to shield his pale skin and headed for the nearest shadow under a high, irregular plateau that rose up from the steppe. His boots broke through the thin crust of dried earth as he walked. A lone buzzard wheeled high overhead, its shadow tracing silent circles on the ground as Sorin moved to cover.
New Uncharted Realms, Sorin’s Revelation, with Sorin as the protagonist!
mtg-realm:

Magic: the Gathering - Khans of Tarikir RacesNAGAThe snakelike naga are descended from ancient Sultai leaders who made dark deals with rakshasa. Naga are expert at magic that warps both mind and body. Many, including the khan, Sidisi, are necromancers. They are infamous for their cruelty, seeing others only as fodder for their ever-growing army of zombies.Mind control, hypnosis, and the lotus perfume. The Sultai naga have the power to hypnotize and charm. They use this to influence deals or outright control others’ minds. To attain a similar effect, Sultai human mages have to resort to the use of lotus perfume, which causes a dreamlike sleep, paralysis, and—ultimately—death.Naga magic. The magic of the naga is about warping the body, whether through shapeshifting or through modification after necromancy. They loathe humans, who they consider animals on par with their attack baboons. It is said that the naga’s cruelty comes from their resentment of the humanity they lost in ancient days. The naga are also versed in powerful venoms and poisons that can kill an elephant with a mere pinprick.Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 1Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 2 mtg-realm:

Magic: the Gathering - Khans of Tarikir RacesNAGAThe snakelike naga are descended from ancient Sultai leaders who made dark deals with rakshasa. Naga are expert at magic that warps both mind and body. Many, including the khan, Sidisi, are necromancers. They are infamous for their cruelty, seeing others only as fodder for their ever-growing army of zombies.Mind control, hypnosis, and the lotus perfume. The Sultai naga have the power to hypnotize and charm. They use this to influence deals or outright control others’ minds. To attain a similar effect, Sultai human mages have to resort to the use of lotus perfume, which causes a dreamlike sleep, paralysis, and—ultimately—death.Naga magic. The magic of the naga is about warping the body, whether through shapeshifting or through modification after necromancy. They loathe humans, who they consider animals on par with their attack baboons. It is said that the naga’s cruelty comes from their resentment of the humanity they lost in ancient days. The naga are also versed in powerful venoms and poisons that can kill an elephant with a mere pinprick.Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 1Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 2 mtg-realm:

Magic: the Gathering - Khans of Tarikir RacesNAGAThe snakelike naga are descended from ancient Sultai leaders who made dark deals with rakshasa. Naga are expert at magic that warps both mind and body. Many, including the khan, Sidisi, are necromancers. They are infamous for their cruelty, seeing others only as fodder for their ever-growing army of zombies.Mind control, hypnosis, and the lotus perfume. The Sultai naga have the power to hypnotize and charm. They use this to influence deals or outright control others’ minds. To attain a similar effect, Sultai human mages have to resort to the use of lotus perfume, which causes a dreamlike sleep, paralysis, and—ultimately—death.Naga magic. The magic of the naga is about warping the body, whether through shapeshifting or through modification after necromancy. They loathe humans, who they consider animals on par with their attack baboons. It is said that the naga’s cruelty comes from their resentment of the humanity they lost in ancient days. The naga are also versed in powerful venoms and poisons that can kill an elephant with a mere pinprick.Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 1Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 2

mtg-realm:

Magic: the Gathering - Khans of Tarikir Races

NAGA

The snakelike naga are descended from ancient Sultai leaders who made dark deals with rakshasa. Naga are expert at magic that warps both mind and body. Many, including the khan, Sidisi, are necromancers. They are infamous for their cruelty, seeing others only as fodder for their ever-growing army of zombies.

Mind control, hypnosis, and the lotus perfume. The Sultai naga have the power to hypnotize and charm. They use this to influence deals or outright control others’ minds. To attain a similar effect, Sultai human mages have to resort to the use of lotus perfume, which causes a dreamlike sleep, paralysis, and—ultimately—death.

Naga magic. The magic of the naga is about warping the body, whether through shapeshifting or through modification after necromancy. They loathe humans, who they consider animals on par with their attack baboons. It is said that the naga’s cruelty comes from their resentment of the humanity they lost in ancient days. The naga are also versed in powerful venoms and poisons that can kill an elephant with a mere pinprick.

Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 1
Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 2

mtg-realm:

Magic: the Gathering - Khans of Tarikir RacesRAKSHASAThe cat-shaped demons known as rakshasa are brokers in forbidden knowledge. Long ago they sealed contracts with the leaders of the Sultai, gaining power over and warping the clan in exchange for necromantic secrets. Rakshasa wield horrifying death magic that can slaughter entire armiesThe rakshasas wield the most aggressive and dangerous magic of all the Sultai. It is swirling darkness and powerful spirits of the dead. Their magic is the kind that lays waste to swaths of land or reduces an army to dust. They summon horrors and abominations that swallow cities and devour legions.Feyomsi. This terrifying rakshasa sorcerer and necromancer dwells within the Ukud Necropolis with his group of devoted mages, most of them human. They defend the necropolis with their spells and summoned demons known as sidikur. Feyomsi is given a great amount of breadth from Sidisi, as he is the rakshasa chief in giving her dark magic.Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 1Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 2 mtg-realm:

Magic: the Gathering - Khans of Tarikir RacesRAKSHASAThe cat-shaped demons known as rakshasa are brokers in forbidden knowledge. Long ago they sealed contracts with the leaders of the Sultai, gaining power over and warping the clan in exchange for necromantic secrets. Rakshasa wield horrifying death magic that can slaughter entire armiesThe rakshasas wield the most aggressive and dangerous magic of all the Sultai. It is swirling darkness and powerful spirits of the dead. Their magic is the kind that lays waste to swaths of land or reduces an army to dust. They summon horrors and abominations that swallow cities and devour legions.Feyomsi. This terrifying rakshasa sorcerer and necromancer dwells within the Ukud Necropolis with his group of devoted mages, most of them human. They defend the necropolis with their spells and summoned demons known as sidikur. Feyomsi is given a great amount of breadth from Sidisi, as he is the rakshasa chief in giving her dark magic.Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 1Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 2 mtg-realm:

Magic: the Gathering - Khans of Tarikir RacesRAKSHASAThe cat-shaped demons known as rakshasa are brokers in forbidden knowledge. Long ago they sealed contracts with the leaders of the Sultai, gaining power over and warping the clan in exchange for necromantic secrets. Rakshasa wield horrifying death magic that can slaughter entire armiesThe rakshasas wield the most aggressive and dangerous magic of all the Sultai. It is swirling darkness and powerful spirits of the dead. Their magic is the kind that lays waste to swaths of land or reduces an army to dust. They summon horrors and abominations that swallow cities and devour legions.Feyomsi. This terrifying rakshasa sorcerer and necromancer dwells within the Ukud Necropolis with his group of devoted mages, most of them human. They defend the necropolis with their spells and summoned demons known as sidikur. Feyomsi is given a great amount of breadth from Sidisi, as he is the rakshasa chief in giving her dark magic.Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 1Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 2

mtg-realm:

Magic: the Gathering - Khans of Tarikir Races

RAKSHASA

The cat-shaped demons known as rakshasa are brokers in forbidden knowledge. Long ago they sealed contracts with the leaders of the Sultai, gaining power over and warping the clan in exchange for necromantic secrets. Rakshasa wield horrifying death magic that can slaughter entire armies

The rakshasas wield the most aggressive and dangerous magic of all the Sultai. It is swirling darkness and powerful spirits of the dead. Their magic is the kind that lays waste to swaths of land or reduces an army to dust. They summon horrors and abominations that swallow cities and devour legions.

Feyomsi. This terrifying rakshasa sorcerer and necromancer dwells within the Ukud Necropolis with his group of devoted mages, most of them human. They defend the necropolis with their spells and summoned demons known as sidikur. Feyomsi is given a great amount of breadth from Sidisi, as he is the rakshasa chief in giving her dark magic.

Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 1
Planeswalker’s Guide to Khans of Tarkir, Part 2