Alleyman's Tarot and Publishing Goblin's Oracle Dice, 2nd Ed
Tarot Card Game
You walk down the street, busy as ever, when you notice a couple people in the alley you were about to walk by. You see that one man is behind the set up card table, revealing that the ball was under a different cup. The other man cusses and walks off, almost bumping into you. The scam artist looks up at you when you look back at him. He is the Alleyman, and he beckons you inside. For just 17 cents, he will tell you a story about your future with his tarot cards. You begin to say you don't have change on you, but reaching into your pocket you find 17 cents exactly.
The Alleyman shuffles his strange and mismatched tarot deck, and begins to tell you a story about someone else that, you come to find is actually about you, as well.
Publishing Goblin's Oracle Dice, 2nd Ed
The Publishing Goblin’s Oracle Dice are a set of 22 custom-made dice, each a unique color with six symbols of their own, paired with an in-depth full color guidebook which will help you read your dice
This deck is AMAZING! The publisher/artist/writer combined cards that he made with cards from 81 other artists some are from existing decks, some were created for this project. The quality of the cards is excellent, with thick stock and saturated color. The backs are different as well, and just make me so happy with the eclecticism of it all. Both the spreads in the back, as well as advice on reading. It's surreal and beautiful and I love it so much!
I would just like to say how very pleased I was with the dice cloth. I was expecting a bandana like thing with print on it....it's so much nicer than expected. Not gonna lie, I've been carrying it all around with me for days...
I am in love. The feel of everything is amazing. I seem to have lost the dice/gemstone relation list. Can anyone direct me to that? It is amazing and we are getting to know each other.
I just want to point out the print quality is over and above what I feel came through on the various images and videos (which already looked great). Very saturated, detailed, contrasty printing. You can see with the Valet and Ten of Cups, even more "faded" styles really pop, but the printing retains delicate details and shading