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#ActualJeremy Williams

Posted 10 July 2013 - 08:47 PM

The mystic's self being blind represents a lack of natural perception, it's their motivation. They can't understand things themselves, so they turn to outside sources. The individual cards are important as well.

For the noble, look to Napolean Bonaparte and the song "Red Right Hand" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.

As for the warrior and rogue, there's a lot more shown there. The horned shadow represents the same thing for both, their weapons and the context also matter.

For the shaman, it's just the owl that's missing there. It represents awareness, the dog is their persona and the child is still their self.

#1Jeremy Williams

Posted 10 July 2013 - 08:44 PM

The mystic's self being blind represents a lack of natural perception, it's their motivation. They can't understand things themselves, so they turn to outside sources. The individual cards are important as well.

For the noble, look to Napolean Bonaparte and the song "Red Right Hand" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.

As for the others, there's a lot more shown there. The horned shadow represents the same thing for both, their weapons and the context also matter.

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