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The Dragons are Coming

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We've all guessed at it for awhile but it's now finally official.

The Dragons are coming.

In Dragons of Tarkir, to be exact.

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A few months ago we saw Wizards trademark this name, and we all assumed it was the name of the third set of the block.

Wizards confirmed that today, with this announcement. It seems we will have planeswalkers traveling through time to alter events and bring all the Dragons back to Tarkir. We're in for a ride over the next few months.

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Corbin Hosler

Corbin Hosler is a journalist living in Norman, Oklahoma (also known as the hotbed of Magic). He started playing in Shadowmoor and chased the Pro Tour dream for a few years, culminating in a Star City Games Legacy Open finals appearance in 2011 before deciding to turn to trading and speculation full-time. He writes weekly at QuietSpeculation.com and biweekly for LegitMTG. He also cohosts Brainstorm Brewery, the only financial podcast on the net. He can best be reached @Chosler88 on Twitter.

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