The Steampunk Tarot is a Rider-Waite based deck illustrated by English artist, Aly Fell, and with a companion book written by experienced tarotist, Barbara Moore. The darkly hued cards have a realistic mix of Victoriana, magic and mechanics in the tarot scenes, with tarot cards themselves featuring in several cards.
Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Llewellyn 2012
Steampunk Tarot review by Bonnie Cehovet
The “Steampunk Tarot” is a traditional 78 card deck that is steeped in the very untraditional world of steampunk. Traditional titles are used for the Major Arcana, with Strength at VIII and Justice at XI. The suits are Wands, Cups, Swords, and Pentacles, with the Court Cards entitled King, Queen, Knight, and Page. I am not a gamer, nor have I ever been. This particular world flew way under my radar! In her introduction, Moore notes that anyone with a penchant for sci-fi, and anything in Victorian clothing, will more than likely feel at home in this world. She also notes that while steampunk has its roots in the past, it continues to evolve in response to changes within our society.
I was interested to see that the seeds of the steampunk movement came from Victorian era writers suc... read more reviews.
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More About These CardsName: Steampunk Tarot
Creators: Barbara Moore, Aly Fell
Publisher: Llewellyn 2012
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 56
Deck Tradition: Rider-Waite-Smith
Suits: Cups, Swords, Wands, Pentacles
Court Cards: Page, Knight, Queen, King
Card Size: 2.76 x 4.61 in. = 7.00cm x 11.70cm
Card Language: English
Card Back: Non-reversible
Back Design: A cup, sword, wand and pentacle on a brass cog and clockword background.
Companion Material: 312-page companion book by Barbara Moore.
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