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Posted June 25, 2009
Bleh. Do Not Want.
The only reason I got this deck is because I couldn't find the other Vampire Tarot set by Hertz in store, and boy, do I regret it.
The only thing I found interesting about this deck is that it gives plenty of room for intuitive interpretation, and it doesn't stick by the traditional Pentacles/Wands/Swords/Cups, though for a beginner the correspondences could get a bit tedious, then cards Ace-10 are only marked by picture and color, and the user has to remember whether what exact type it is. The pictures use many figues from vampire fiction, and that art isn't very amazing enough to trigger the imagination. I wouldn't really suggest getting this deck for divination use, only if you're a real hard fan of vampires, it can be a fun collectible.
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