- Yes, Dragon Age: Inquisition was a huge inspiration for the making of this deck.
- I may end up revisiting the Revenant Tarot in a similar style later on, but the likelihood is greater that the idea will end up being scrapped.
- I wonder if there’s a way to get a pseudo-reading by randomizing the card order? It’d be a good way to test the deck before the test print, just to see.
- “The Lost” may or may not end up being in the final deck. I’m still contemplating.
- My current plan is to have 33 cards(not including “The Lost”); one for each rune. I may end up adding “Realm” cards onto the end/beginning for the five classical elements(air, earth, fire, water, and spirit), as well as perhaps “The Wyrd,” thus giving me landscape practice! Not sure it would fit the style, but, it’s an idea.
- The current release date for the deck is sometime next year, though I’m not anywhere near close enough to the end to just pick a day and say for sure.
- I will end up getting a trial version of the deck printed for myself to study before I release the final version into the wild, but if anyone has any suggestions on the meanings, symbols, and interpretation of any of these cards, feel free to help me out by leaving a comment!