D&D: New Tarot Card Game Coming in May

A new D&D product is coming soon, but it’s something a little different.

Penguin Random House’s Clarkson Potter Imprint is releasing a pack of D&D tarot cards. The game will contain 78 cards, a booklet and some instructions for using the cards.

This is the second D&D tarot card deck that has been released. The first was for the Curse Of Straid book which was released in March 2016, with the game released a month later. This same deck was re-released when the revamped version of the Curse Of Straid box set was released in October 2020.

The full description of this has been revealed, and you can read it below:

This officially licensed tarot deck pays homage to the Dungeons & Dragons tradition by pairing characters and encounters with the major and minor arcana of the tarot. Major Arcana characters align with the Rider-Waite Tarot while Minor Arcana combinations are mapped to D&D deck abilities. Beautifully illustrated with exclusive artwork, the deck also includes a booklet that introduces players to tarot, explains card meanings, and includes prompts for adding dynamic twists to your D&D experience, making this the ultimate collectible for Dungeon Masters, Players and Fans. RPGs.

Some images from the set have been revealed, and some of the cards have been revealed in these images:

This product is set to release on May 24 for $25. And it’s available for pre-order at:

So, what do you think of this new D&D tarot deck? Do you pick it up?

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