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The Robin Wood Tarot Cards – March 5, 2012
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About the Author
Robin Wood's interest in art was evident from an early age-she literally teethed on Prismacolor pencils. A prolific artist, she has illustrated many book and magazine covers. She lives in the Midwest with her husband, Michael Short.
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Beautiful deck. Have been so excited to buy it.
Card stock however is paper thin. Bends up when shuffle. It's the worst stock I have seen in a while. I don't understand why Llewelyn has some amazing stock others awful.
It's embarrassing that the publisher would devalue this divine tool like that.. knowing they need to be quality for shuffling and long term reading ability! Very dissatisfied.
I really want this deck, does anyone know if it is available on different stock anywhere? Different publisher? Older version?
The cards themselves feel well-made. They feel surprisingly stiff and strong compared to their thickness. They have a nice smooth coating that makes them glide over each other. I think they will last for quite a long time.
The rest of the package I am less thrilled with. The box is appealing at first with its book-like opening but it's quite difficult to open each time and the cards are inconvenient to remove. It's made of pretty thin material as well. For daily use I've been keeping the cards themselves in a pouch instead. The included booklet is tiny and laconic to the point of being pretty useless. You also get two extra cards that show pictures of card spreads which I think is kind of nice, but the spreads are also listed in the booklet so it's a little redundant.
Overall I really love this deck so far and would recommend it to anyone who would like a refreshing new spin on the Rider-Waite-Smith style of tarot.