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The Tarot Deck of Heroes is the second deck from Richard ShadowFox, who created the ShadowFox Tarot. His 78-card deck of Heroes features digital art of knights, pirates, sailors, scoundrels and rogues.
The Tarot Del Arco Iris, the Rainbow Tarot, is a Spanish Tarot set with misty, ethereal imagery. The major arcana show fairly standard archetypes and the minors are decorated pip cards. The cards are titled in Spanish.
The Tarot del Fuego is a dynamic, individualistic tarot roughly based on the Marseilles pattern from Spanish artist, Ricardo Cavolo. His art on the 78 cards is a mixture of naive, pop-art and tattoo artist.
Tarot des Regions de France is a French gaming deck illustrated with scenes of typical peasant life in the last century on the trump cards. The court cards have traditional costumes from the Provence, Alsace, Brittany and Burgundy areas, and the suits are standard playing cards.
The Tarot Discovery Kit is a set with the 78-card Zerner-Farber Tarot, a 60-page guidebook for beginners, and an interactive Tarot Discovery DVD with card presentations, music and meditations.
The Tarot Draconis is illustrated by Davide Corsi of the Tarot of the Elves, in a similar slick, fantasy graphic style. Dragons are featured on each of the 78 cards, in an overall dark-hued and strangely lifeless deck.
This is a 78 card French Tarot devoted to, what else, cats! The tarot scenes in the Tarot du Chat are European style, and instead of humans they feature regular and anthropomorphised cats.
The Tarot du Roy Nissanka is a French deck based upon the myths of the medieval Sri Lankan king Nissanka. Only major cards have scenes, and the card titles and booklet are in French only.
The Tarot Epitome updates the traditional tarot imagery for the contemporary world. The characters wear modern dress, horses become vehicles, the Sun features a swimming pool. This whimsical and still readable 78-card deck is self-published by the artist.
The Tarot Flamand de 1780 is an authentic reproduction of a Flemish Tarot, originally in woodcuts. It's from eighteenth-century Belgium and differs somewhat in imagery from French or Italian Tarots.