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  1. The actual copy of the Emperor's Tarot does not exist (seems like they are leaving money on the ground), but I did make one for myself using makeplayingcards.com & images that I found online. I think it turned out well & feels in line with the psychic nature that the deck is supposed to have.
  2. I have the 1.30 version. While I find it awesome, I did find some errors if it will be updated. I haven't finished it all, but here are a few errors in what I did get though. The first Minor Arcana that is most often referred to as Eagles, is referred to as Chalices on page 11 in the first paragraph. The order of Discordia is different on page 12 than on page 14, The Xeno is moved and so displaces the Heretic & Mutant. Discordia 5 is referred to as The Rogue Psycher on Page 12, but The Witch/Warlock on Page 14. Excuteria 4 is referred to as The Commander on page 12, but as The Officer on page 15. Also in Excuteria the Navigator and Explorator are flip flopped between page 12 and page 15. I read a bit more, but stopped when it the instruction seemed to be "learn how to do Tarot and throw the Emperor's Tarot the same way to make it look good" and "You're the GM, fix the result if you want." Good advice, but I've been role playing and into esoteric stuff (even though I'm an atheist) for so long that I didn't need it. Still what I did read had a few typos and some odd word choices that I think a real edit would have found. I'd be willing to give it a real edit since it's short and already very cool, but I can't modify the pdf.
  3. I haven't finished it all, but there were a few errors in what I did get though. The first Minor Arcana that is most often referred to as Eagles, is referred to as Chalices on page 11 in the first paragraph. The order of Discordia is different on page 12 than on page 14, The Xeno is moved and so displaces the Heretic & Mutant. Discordia 5 is referred to as The Rogue Psycher on Page 12, but The Witch/Warlock on Page 14. Excuteria 4 is referred to as The Commander on page 12, but as The Officer on page 15. Also in Excuteria the Navigator and Explorator are flip flopped between page 12 and page 15. I read a bit more, but stopped when it the instruction seemed to be "learn how to do Tarot and throw the Emperor's Tarot the same way to make it look good" and "You're the GM, fix the result if you want." Good advice, but I've been role playing and into esoteric stuff (even though I'm an atheist) for so long that I didn't need it. Still what I did read had a few typos and some odd word choices that I think a real edit would have found. I'd be willing to give it a real edit since it's short and already very cool, but I can't modify the pdf.
  4. Sorry to resurrect this thread, but it seemed better to post in a tread already made than start one on basically the same subject. I really love the Emperor's Tarot document and am actually in the process of making my own deck. I was wondering if any of the creators were still around as I found a few errors and was hoping there was a possibility of them being corrected.
  5. Have you ever really watched some Disney movies? They do get REALLY dark. Pretty much everyone's parents die - for example: Bambi's mom is shot in the beginning, the evil stepsisters are really heinous and Cinderella's parents are dead, the voodoo priest practices blood magic, worships demons and kills a major character. Even in Frozen, the parents die and Elsa is responsible for nearly killing her sister. I'll grant you my little girl hasn't seemed to pick up on these things, but she does REALLY like Frankenstein, even to the point of listening to the original text by Mary Wollstonecraft. She's also listened to a lot of Black Library 40k stories with my son and I, so she has some actual familiarity with the universe. Still, the grim dark is of concern. I'm writing the first adventure, so I'll be glossing over the darkest parts of the universe & making it pretty straight forward. If they stick with, I can introduce more and more darkness as they age.
  6. My little girl has decided to have this as her avatar of Elsa:
  7. Thanks for the heads up about Voidfrost. It's cool, but not quite what I'm looking for. It more and more feels like simply flipping the heat to cold powers is the way to go. I will give her cold resistance, since to quote Elsa: "The cold never bothered me anyway."
  8. So my daughter (7) is humoring pops and will play in the 40k campaign I'm going to run if she can play Elsa. To accommodate this I've worked out this background: Sanctioned Psycher who is the queen in absentia of the agri-planet Arendelle. After the events of the movie an Inquisitor (hopefully another PC) came to the planet and recruited her to their retinue. She put her sister in charge when she left with the planet. This will allow her to work from a place she's familiar with and will hopefully make her feel comfortable. I'm slightly stuck on her powers. At this point I'm thinking just flipping the fire powers to be cold powers. Ultimate effects unchanged, just how they manifest. What I'm hoping is someone has actually done cold based psycher powers and can point me to to them. I'm also open to suggestions as to better ways of accomplishing Elsa for her if people have such suggestions.
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