The set was previewed at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, July 26, 2014. Mark Rosewater (Magic head designer) moderated a panel featuring Mark Purvis (Magic director of global brand marketing), Doug Beyer (Magic senior creative designer), and Gavin Verhey (Magic designer).
The Khans block with be Large-Small-Large with a unique draft structure (small set is drafted with both large sets). Tarkir is a plane of five warring clans, each worshiping one aspect of extinct dragons. The clans will be represented through enemy wedgecolors and aspects as follows:
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