Pro Tour Magic Origins was the fourth Pro Tour and last event of the 2014–15 Pro Tour season.
It took place from 31 July to 2 August 2015 in Vancouver, Canada.
The Incas spared no expense, however, incorporating Puma Punku and the rest of Tiwanaku city into their empire and culture.
Kentaro Yamamoto, who had been the overnight leader, opened two copies of Pia and Kiran Nalaar in his draft, and with a 2–1 record kept his lead going into the last constructed rounds; joining him at 10–1 after posting a 3–0 draft record was American Bryan Gottlieb, playing in his third Pro Tour.
Yamamoto safely made it to the top eight, but Gottlieb would eventually miss out, finishing the last constructed portion 1–4 to finish in 20th-place.
The fixtures on Rottnest Island were made up of the Oliver Hill Battery with two 9.2-inch guns and quarters at Oliver Hill; Bickley Battery with two 6-inch guns and quarters at Bickley; permanent Army Barracks at Kingstown (containing living accommodation for four warrant officers or sergeants and 72 rank and file personnel, cottages for commanders, officers mess, cottages for married non-commissioned officers (NCOs) and gunners, Army institutional buildings, small hospital, dry canteen, workshop, store, railway buildings, and supporting communication and observation structures); a three storey fortress and battery command post building at Signal Ridge; Port War Signal Station at Signal Ridge; observation posts and engine rooms.
Also constructed by the military at this time were six searchlight emplacements, magazine shell stores, powerhouse, directing station and a railway from the jetty to the 9.2 inch guns. When the Barracks was completed in September 1937 Rottnest Island was declared a permanent station for troops.