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Three of Blades & Nine of Masks
Prompt: Use the cards as inspiration for two different characters or one at different points in the story. Use the images as visual prompts and/or include details from the interpretations below.
Three of Blades (The Tribunal) Heartbreak, separation, possibility of political strife or upheaval.
Nine of Masks (Maliferous) Material success, sensual pleasure, satisfaction with oneself
Hanged Man, Chariot, Death
Prompt: Create a villain by choosing one of the cards pictured. Use the demon and his attributes as inspiration for your villain’s evil deeds.
The Hanged Man (Bifrons) Teaches natural and planetary science. Lights corpse-lights above graves and moves bodies so the souls may be stolen.
The Chariot (Andras) Sower of Discord, slayer of men.
Death (Lucifer) Provides liberation and illumination. Incites jealousy and envy.
Eight of Cups & Three of Cups
Prompt: Use the two cards as the starting and ending point for a story, poem, etc. Use the images as a visual prompt alone or include details from the interpretations included below.
Eight of Cups: Deserting an enterprise, undertaking or previous concerns; giving joy, mildness, timidity, honor, modesty.
Three of Cups: The conclusion of any matter in plenty, perfection and merriment; happy issue, victory, fulfillment, solace, healing.
Ace of Wands
Prompt: Use the pictured card as a visual prompt. Draw from the associated meanings included below if you need additional inspiration.
Creation, invention, enterprise, money, inheritance, fortune, business opportunity, initiative taken.