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The Witches Tarot overlays natural Pagan symbols on the traditional tarot structure to create a visually attractive deck. Created by practicing garden Witch and Llewellyn author, Ellen Dugan (who also wrote the excellent companion book) and digitally illustrated by Mark Evans.
The Witchlings Deck and Book Set is a charming little kit from Paulina Cassidy, linking her 40 witchy characters with magick and spell crafting. Each card has a different witchling and her positive guidance printed below. The deck is illustrated in Paulina's unique style and comes with a full companion book.
Ostensibly a Wiccan-oriented Tarot, The Witchy Tarot is full of cutely drawn long-legged Witchy stereotypes. There are plenty of pointy hats and broomsticks in this Tarot deck for teenagers.
The Witchy Tarot Mini is the miniature, pocket sized edition of the Witchy Tarot, the cute Wiccan deck aimed at teenagers. It's a simple deck perfect for fitting in a purse or taking on vacation.
The Wizard's Pets Tarot is a cute, child-friendly version of the Rider-Waite, featuring a mix of dragons and people on its colourful cards. The deck is the creation of Pamela Steele, whose first project was the Steele Wizard Tarot.
The Wizards Tarot is a tarot deck and a school of magic, where the majors feature the professors and the minors feature the students. Designed by Corinne Kenner and illustrated by John Blumen, it has photo-realistic digital art and a distinct Harry Potter feel.
The Wolf Pack Tarot, previously a black and white illustrated semi-tarot deck, has now been published in a full-colour 78 card edition picturing illustrations of the wolf in its nature world. The keywords, listed at the top of each card, are reputed to be all you need to understand the deck.
The Wolf Song Cards have a Native American theme and features 60 attractive paintings of animals from Northern America in their natural settings. Available as cards-only or as a book set.
The Women's Tarot has reasonably attractive cards with simple and slightly abstract paintings of female faces and figures. The white borders are very wide and some of the titles have been mis-translated, as seen on the Fool. The deck als has switched suit associations - Swords are Fire and Wands are Air.
The Wonderland Tarot has all the characters from Alice in Wonderland in this Rider-Waite reworking. There are suits of Oysters, Flamingos, Hats and Peppermills, and it also includes Tweedledee and Tweedledum as the Lovers.