About a year ago I played Witch Quest, a neat game where you play young witches in the style of Kiki’s Delivery Service.
The game was popular, so now I have a session scheduled for next week. When playing the game the players can use a special tarot for divination and various other things. This is no ordinary tarot however, but a special 29 card Witch Quest Tarot. There are ASCII-graphic cards available for download, but I wanted something prettier. However I didn’t want to draw 29 cards all my myself, enter crowdsourceing. Drawing just one or two cards is feasible to almost anyone, so I posted a shout out for help on Google Plus.
There are still some stragglers so I have done a few place holder cards, and maybe some of the participants may wish to submit revisions of their cards. My game is on Saturday next week so I can’t wait much longer in assembling my deck.
So here is the Crowdsource Witch Quest Tarot Draft.
Print the PDF, cut out the cards and either paste them onto cardboard or some old playing cards. Or put them into stiff card sleeves like those that Magic players use to protect their cards during play (ask at your friendly local game store). It produces stunning results.