Nordic Tarot cards and oracle decks with a Scandinavian, Norse, or Germanic theme.
The Giants Tarot celebrates the Jotunfolk, the giants of Northern European mythology. "Some are Gods, some are simple trolls, and many are in between. Their stories weave through northern myth like the tracks of wild animals." It's a full deck of 78 cards, with illustrations contributed by several different artists.
The Indie Wild Rune Oracle is a 24-card rune card oracle deck, inspired by the Futhark runes and the Northern gods. Each card has a whimsical, Wiccan-influenced scene illustrating each individual rune.
Legend of the Northern Journey: Rune Cards are a Russian-published set of 25 rune cards. The 24 Elder Futhark runes are illustrated with scenes corresponding to each rune, and there is one blank card to represent the modern addition of the blank rune.
Featuring Nordic myths and ancient legends plus Gods, sagas and Runes from the lives of the Vikings, the Norse Tarot has watercolour artwork scenes with elaborate borders. Now out of print.
The 25 large cards of the Power of the Runes deck each illustrate a rune through a scene of old Norse life, drawn in a storybook style and surrounded by a knotwork border.
The Tarot of Northern Shadows is one deck that likes to use a lot of whitespace on its cards - the edges of each Norse scene are blurred into the large border. It's nice to see fairly life-like looking humans on the cards too.
A Tarot of the mythology and culture of the Scandinavian invaders, the Vikings. The card art of the Vikings Tarot features natural-looking watercolours, and the symbology is based on the Rider-Waite.