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Home > Books & Reviews > Decks > Dragon Tarot Search

Tarot Deck Review:
Dragon Tarot

Developer/Editor: Terry Donaldson
Artist: Peter Pracownik
Card Set
Publisher: US Games Systems
Publication date: April 1996
ISBN: 0880791489
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Mr. Pracownik also did all the artwork for US Gaming System's Wyvern collectable card game; he uses the same type of artwork here. In fact, I think a few of the cards here were originally used in Wyvern, although I am not sure. Basically this deck uses dragons instead of people in the various Rider-type poses. The minor arcana are a bit more than simple 'pips' but don't go into the full artwork and symbolism of the Rider deck. I like dragons, so that's why I bought this deck. If you're not a dragon fan, you'd best avoid this deck as it doesn't really do anything you can't get from a more 'normal' deck.

Reviewed by Symitar

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