The 78-card Tarot deck is inspired by the Rider Waite deck illustrated by Pamela Colman Smith in 1909 and yet intertwined with the latest technology with an app suitable for beginners and more experienced readers.
The Everway campaign is to fund a Players book, a Gamemasters book and a deluxe Fortune Deck. All things going well there will be two sets of additional Vision collection cards and other add-ons.
Bragelonne Games' Cthulhu Dark Arts Tarot is nearly here. The crowdfunding project that aims to tap into the cult of the mythos is due to launch on October 29th.
In the box, you get 60 cards, a textile playmat, some rules and whatever else the campaign unlocks.
Hit Point Press, the company behind Humblewood is back on Kickstarter with a set of animated Tarot cards for 5e. The physical cards are holograms that move as you wiggle the card.
Cthulhu's cards here are The Major Arcana, 22 universal archetypes starting with the Fool and printed on 310gsmm European paper.
You're not getting cards like The Tower, and there's no easy conversion to it. Instead, you're getting cards like The Bard, The Ranger and The Cleric.
Mateus Pegoraro is a designer and illustrator based in Brazil. He's into cats and RPGs and was commissioned to come up with designs for Tony Craven's Dungeon Master's Tarot.
The limited editions have sold out, and all that's left are £15 pledges for the 78-card "The Grim Tarock" deck.
The game structure in Dust Wardens is similar to powered by the apocalypse, except with tarot cards.