Deliciously dark and grimly enchanting, this dread tarot will help you connect with your inner shadow. Strange creatures and powerful sorcerers dwell in savage landscapes—an inspiring realm where magick is reality. This ominous, exquisitely crafted tarot is ideal for magicians, witches, horror fans, and anyone drawn to the dark side.
Boxed deck includes 78 full-color cards and instruction booklet
Flip side of box is in Spanish: Tarot Oscuro de Grimoire
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