Every sign has their own stereotypes but Scorpio ones is probably the worst offender.

Also, if Death’s tarot card stereotype is not enough, his zodiac is even more notorious. Poor him.

It’s interesting that the last 3 zodiac signs have something to do with water.

It’s interesting that the last 3 zodiac signs have something to do with water.

You’re not as free as you thought.

You’re not as free as you thought.

Magician is basically a borderline omnipotent reality-bender.

Luckily he prefers using it to troll people rather than screwing up the laws of universe.

Moon - The Tarot card of illusion, hidden fears, and mindfuckery. part 1.

((Moon’s symbol thar isn’t fixed - might change it later.))

Anonymous said: Who represents the zodiacs? Some we've already seen plenty of, like Death = Scorpio, but would you mind listing them down? (also, if any of the cards that AREN'T characters in the story represents a sign, those too)

Some lil research about tarot cards’ astrological ruler on internet will answer your question, but I will surely list it on the upcoming character page :D … once they’re finished building the damn page, that is :P

She’s never available. Damnit, Hermit!

She’s never available. Damnit, Hermit!

more pointless comic sry

Everyone needs to remember the true sign of Capricorn.

It’s not just a goat, it’s a motherfuking SEAGOAT.

((Guys, I’m really sorry for not updating for a looooong time :’( I’m currently  overwhelmed with college stuff and another works, so I might not be able to post any comic anytime soon, but I’ll try to keep updating with arts or anything as often as possible.))

Meanwhile have some faces :D.

btw that’s Moon at his most sober moment.

Anonymous said: Do any of the tarots have any kind of non-platonic relationships with each other, or do any of them have a crush on one of the others?

Well, Empress and Emperor are married. But they tend to avoid showing any public affection.

In fact, this is one of the rare intimate moments they do on public: