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D&D: Curse of Strahd - Tarokka Deck (54 Cards)

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"Master work deck of cards"
5 stars"
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I bought the cards for use as a prop in my dungeons and dragons gaming evenings with my friends, and when the deck arrived, I was very impressed. Not only is every card individually illustrated in exquisite detail, the cards are high quality, and, the deck comes with a game you can play using them, which I had not expected to be either included or so interesting. I am very fond of the Three Dragon Ante card games Wizards of the Coast produced, having spent many hours playing many hands against all sorts of people. As a prop, the cards worked perfectly, the random drawing of a card and the illustration on it, led the narrative of my game in interesting directions. I am certainly going to make great use of this deck of fantasy tarot-like cards.

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
"Very Good"
4 stars"
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Work as intended, good quality for price, included card game is fun too.

"Good quality, nice artwork except on the cardback"
4 stars"
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Good quality cards, very nice artwork for the face of the cards and allowed me to have an awesome RP moment in my campaign (candle light, crystal globe and a tarroka card set to set the appropriate scene for Madam Eva). The only problem I have is that the cardbacks are pretty lackluster. Considering the quality and detail of the faces, the back of the cards has a very uninspiring, lazy design, which (considering its 50% of every card) is a real shame and deserved better.


D&D: Curse of Strahd – Tarokka Deck (54 Cards)

Heroes from the Forgotten Realms and other D&D worlds can easily be drawn into Strahd’s cursed land. Once there, they must contend with the horrors of Barovia. Its people are melancholy, misshapen and grotesque, living in fear of the wolves and other creatures that serve Strahd’s evil will. The only hope for the trapped adventurers is to heed the warnings of a mysterious fortune-teller named Madam Eva. Drawing random cards from her tarroka deck, she directs adventurers to search Strahd’s domain for artifacts and allies to help the master of Castle Ravenloft.

Players will also love to get their hands on a physical tarroka deck of cards produced by Gale Force 9 and available with the release of the adventure. The tarokka deck is a powerful tool for both Madam Eva and for Dungeon Masters running Curse of Strahd. By using the tarokka deck to randomize locations within the adventure, Dungeon Masters can customize each party’s exploration of Barovia, allowing Curse of Strahd to be replayed for years to come.

The Vistani have long been masters of fortune telling. In the hands of a Vistani seer, tarokka cards can tell tales of the future and provide answers to many a dark and mysterious question. Strahd is waiting for you…What are you afraid of?


54 Cards
1 Prophet’s Gambit (a card game for 3–5 players)

Release date NZ
May 3rd, 2016
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