Curse of Strahd
Madam Evas Reading
The first card tells of history. Knowledge of the ancient will help you better understand your enemy. You have drawn The 8 of Coins. In this configuration, this is The Tax Collector. This card represents corruption, although sometimes it means honesty in an otherwise corrupt organization or government. It means that the Vistani have what you seek. A missing child holds the key to the treasure’s release. This second card tells of a powerful force for good and protection, a holy symbol of great hope. You have drawn The 8 of Glyphs. In this configuration, this is The Bishop. This card represents strict adherence to a code or a belief or those who plot, plan, and scheme. What you seek lies in a pile of treasure, beyond a set of amber doors. The third card is a card of power and strength. It tells of a weapon of vengeance, a sword of sunlight. You have drawn The 1 of Stars. In this configuration, this is The Transmuter. This card represents a new discovery, the coming of unexpected things, or unforeeen consequences and chaos. To find that which you seek, go to a place of dizzying heights, where the stone itself is alive. This card, the fourth, sheds light on one who will help you greatly in the battle against darkness. You have drawn The Executioner. This card represents the imminent death of one rightly or wrongly convicted of a crime as well as false accusations and unjust prosecution. Seek out the brother of the devil’s bride. They call him “the lesser”, but he has a powerful soul. The last card, in the fifth position, tells you of your enemy. He is a creature of darkness, whose powers are beyond mortality. This card will lead you to him! You have drawn The Mists. This card represents something unexpected or mysterious that can’t be avoided or a great quest or journey that will try one’s spirit. The cards cannot see where the evil lurks. The mists obscure all.