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The Tarot of Princesses has 78 cards themed around princesses from history, myth and legend. The cards have huge borders around the larger-than-life, colour-saturated illustrations.
The Tarot of Psychicks has a slight feel of the Vanessa Tarot, with women dressed in the theme of each major arcana card. This miniature deck is a freebie with the Tarot Rikit, and isn't available separately.
The Tarot of Reflections is designed for introspective readings and 'shows the different aspects of the reality we live in'. The 78 cards feature a reflection of part of the main image elsewhere in the sky, background, or costume, and take some liberties with the Rider-Waite standard.
The Tarot of Reincarnation is a rather non-traditional deck, having more in common with playing cards than tarot cards. Each card is pictured by an attractive and real-looking image of an animal, which seem linked with the major arcana but less so with the minor arcana.
The Tarot of Saqqara has 82 fine art paintings, primarily illustrating the style, architecture and knowledge of Ancient Egypt, but also with some Qabalistic, Celtic and Roman influences. The deck is a unique system of its own, and includes four extra cards to represent the initiation to the neophyte.
The Tarot of Sexual Magic is an erotic deck that embraces the sexual urge rather than denying it. While it has plenty of nudity, it is a touch more romantic and not as explicit as some of Lo Scarabeo's other adults-only decks. The little white booklet also has customised meanings for the cards instead of just keywords.
The Tarot of Shadows is an unconventional Russian-published set of 78 cards, with dark, demonic and fantasy art scenes set on white backgrounds.
The Tarot of Sidney Sime is an extended major arcana only deck celebrating the work of fantastical and satirical artist Sidney Sime. The deck has 27 cards: the regular 22 major arcana plus five extra un-numbered majors. Self-published and available from the artist.
The Tarot of the 78 Doors is a deck of physical and metaphorical doors, illustrated in both a modern and medieval/fantasy style. By the same artist who created the Gay Tarot with Lee Bursten.
The Tarot of the Absurd is a playful, black and white interpretation of the occult tarot, drawn with vector graphics in Adobe Illustrator. The limited-edition deck is self-published and available at the artist's website.