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26th Jul '16 1:22:37 PM lavendermintrose
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* In ''Theatre/{{Carmen}}'', Frasquita, Mercedes and Carmen tell their fortunes with cards. The cards for Carmen spell death.

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* In ''Theatre/{{Carmen}}'', Frasquita, Mercedes and Carmen tell their fortunes with cards. The cards for Carmen spell death. She says that no matter what the cards say, you can redraw and get a different fate, as long as it isn't death. If the cards say death, you're certainly doomed. This may be what makes her decide to meet her {{Yandere}} alone - if YouCantFightFate, might as well look it right in the eye.
26th Jul '16 1:20:23 PM lavendermintrose
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* Nozomi in ''Anime/LoveLive'' reads tarot cards frequently, but this is mostly averted, except for when it's evoked as a joke (e.g. when they're waiting for the results of a round of the competition to come in, and they ask her what they cards say, and she just gives a gloomy look - but they make it through anyway).
8th Jul '16 4:47:18 AM Twiddler
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* A tarot reading in ''VideoGame/{{Curses}}'' turns up Death, The Fool, and The Drowned Sailor.
5th Jul '16 6:32:07 PM Aiguille
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* The video for Music/PoetsOfTheFall's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKk1u5RMTn4 Carnival of Rust]]" has Zoltar, the fortune-telling automaton at a [[CircusOfFear Carnival of Fear]], give his [[PostApocalypticGasMask gas-masked]] customer a tarot reading via a pair of trivision-style prismatic signs flanking his case. He considers her "The Star," a good-hearted MessiahFigure, but the second card he pulls (complete with electric guitar ScareChord) is one of its opposites, The Nine of Swords, symbolizing anguish, despair and being trapped. On doing this, he begins the song's chorus, a blatant demand that she love him or he'll be stuck there, all but confirming he's tainting the reading with his desperate WishfulProjection.

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* The video for Music/PoetsOfTheFall's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKk1u5RMTn4 "[[https://youtu.be/MKk1u5RMTn4?list=PLjACqN5i5sDWIIpg-5EB4WcitMMqnXhFP Carnival of Rust]]" has Zoltar, the fortune-telling automaton at a [[CircusOfFear Carnival of Fear]], give his [[PostApocalypticGasMask gas-masked]] customer a tarot reading via a pair of trivision-style prismatic signs flanking his case. He considers her "The Star," a good-hearted MessiahFigure, but the second card he pulls (complete with electric guitar ScareChord) is one of its opposites, The Nine of Swords, symbolizing anguish, despair and being trapped. On doing this, he begins the song's chorus, a blatant demand that she love him or he'll be stuck there, all but confirming he's tainting the reading with his desperate WishfulProjection.
12th Jun '16 5:42:21 PM johnnye
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-->'''Client:''' Aren't there more cards than that in a Tarot deck?\\

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-->'''Client:''' ->'''Client:''' Aren't there more cards than that in a Tarot deck?\\
12th Jun '16 5:42:06 PM johnnye
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->'''Dave''': ''What's that card?''\\
'''Damien''': ''Death.''\\
'''Dave''': ''And that one?''\\
'''Damien''': ''The Hanged Man.''\\
'''Dave''': ''I'm not sure I like the look of that one with all the swords, either.''
--> -- ''Series/DropTheDeadDonkey''

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->'''Dave''': ''What's -->'''Client:''' Aren't there more cards than that card?''\\
'''Damien''': ''Death.''\\
'''Dave''': ''And that one?''\\
'''Damien''': ''The Hanged Man.''\\
'''Dave''': ''I'm not sure I like the look
in a Tarot deck?\\
'''Reader:''' Usually, but in a portentous moment you don't want 'Three
of that one with all the swords, either.''
--> -- ''Series/DropTheDeadDonkey''
Cups' or something. I got rid of everything except 'Death' and 'The Lovers'.
-->--''Webcomic/{{Oglaf}}'', "Cartomancy"
21st May '16 8:19:51 PM Aiguille
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* The video for Music/PoetsOfTheFall's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKk1u5RMTn4 Carnival of Rust]]" has Zoltar the fortune-telling automaton at a [[CircusOfFear Carnival of Fear]] give his [[PostApocalypticGasMask gas-masked]] customer a tarot reading via a pair of trivision-style prismatic signs flanking his case. He considers her "The Star," a good-hearted MessiahFigure, but the second card he pulls (complete with electric guitar ScareChord) is one of its opposites, The Nine of Swords, symbolizing anguish, despair and being trapped. On doing this, he begins the song's chorus, a blatant demand that she love him or he'll be stuck there, all but confirming he's tainting the reading with his desperate WishfulProjection.

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* The video for Music/PoetsOfTheFall's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKk1u5RMTn4 Carnival of Rust]]" has Zoltar Zoltar, the fortune-telling automaton at a [[CircusOfFear Carnival of Fear]] Fear]], give his [[PostApocalypticGasMask gas-masked]] customer a tarot reading via a pair of trivision-style prismatic signs flanking his case. He considers her "The Star," a good-hearted MessiahFigure, but the second card he pulls (complete with electric guitar ScareChord) is one of its opposites, The Nine of Swords, symbolizing anguish, despair and being trapped. On doing this, he begins the song's chorus, a blatant demand that she love him or he'll be stuck there, all but confirming he's tainting the reading with his desperate WishfulProjection.
21st May '16 8:19:00 PM Aiguille
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* The video for Music/PoetsOfTheFall's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKk1u5RMTn4 Carnival of Rust]]" has Zoltar the fortune-telling automaton give his [[PostApocalypticGasMask gas-masked]] customer a tarot reading via a pair of trivision-style prismatic signs flanking his case. He considers her "The Star," a good-hearted MessiahFigure, but the second card he pulls (complete with electric guitar ScareChord) is one of its opposites, The Nine of Swords, symbolizing anguish, despair and being trapped. On doing this, he begins the song's chorus, a blatant demand that she love him or he'll be stuck there, all but confirming he's tainting the reading with his desperate WishfulProjection.

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* The video for Music/PoetsOfTheFall's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKk1u5RMTn4 Carnival of Rust]]" has Zoltar the fortune-telling automaton at a [[CircusOfFear Carnival of Fear]] give his [[PostApocalypticGasMask gas-masked]] customer a tarot reading via a pair of trivision-style prismatic signs flanking his case. He considers her "The Star," a good-hearted MessiahFigure, but the second card he pulls (complete with electric guitar ScareChord) is one of its opposites, The Nine of Swords, symbolizing anguish, despair and being trapped. On doing this, he begins the song's chorus, a blatant demand that she love him or he'll be stuck there, all but confirming he's tainting the reading with his desperate WishfulProjection.
21st May '16 8:15:37 PM Aiguille
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* The video for Music/PoetsOfTheFall's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKk1u5RMTn4 Carnival of Rust]]" has Zoltar the fortune-telling automaton give his [[PostApocalypticGasMask gas-masked]] customer a tarot reading via a pair of trivision-style prismatic signs flanking his case. He considers her "The Star," a good-hearted MessiahFigure, but the second card he pulls (complete with electric guitar ScareChord) is one of its opposites, The Nine of Swords, symbolizing anguish, despair and being trapped. On doing this, he begins the song's chorus, a blatant demand that she love him or he'll be stuck there, all but confirming he's tainting the reading with his desperate WishfulProjection.
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26th Apr '16 3:40:34 AM WillBGood
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** This is a ShoutOut to the variant Tarot mentioned in ''Literature/DuneMessiah''.





































* This joke: "Yesterday night I played {{poker}} with tarot cards. I got a full house and four people died."

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\n* This Creator/StevenWright joke: "Yesterday "Last night I played stayed up late playing {{poker}} with tarot Tarot cards. I got a full house and four people died."
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