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A reworking of the Enchanted Tarot by the same authors, the Zerner-Farber Tarot deck uses more vibrant colours and removes the borders from the cards so more of the quilted, fabric tapestry artwork can be seen.
The ZigeunerMagic Lenormand is a 52-card expanded Lenormand deck, with the traditional 36 cards plus 9 Spirit Leader cards and 7 Animal Totem cards. The deck and companion booklet are in German, and an English version is in progress.
Take the visual approach to learning astrology with this highly coloured astrological deck. The Zodiac Pack features the planets, signs, houses and elements on the cards.
The Zodiac Tarot focuses on the Golden Dawn's astrological attributions with tarot cards to create an entirely new and unconventional deck of 78 cards. The scenic illustrations of the majors and numbered cards are set in a 1940s era world with symbolism derived from the astrological concepts, while the court cards are more stylised elemental representations.
The Zolar Astrological Tarot is a strange double-sided deck of 56 cards that touts itself as 'four decks in one'. The minor arcana (and regular playing card symbols) are on one side, the majors and astrological symbols on the other side.
The Zombie Apocalypse Tarot is a gruesome take on the Rider-Waite, featuring zombies, the undead and plenty of blood. The 79-card deck (there's an extra major titled 'Undeath') has photographic imagery that makes the apocalytic feel entirely plausible.
The Zombie Tarot is from the creator of the Housewives Tarot. This 78-card deck is a retro oracle of the undead, where 'wands become limbs, pentacles are biohazard symbols, and the Major Arcana is full of shambling corpses'.
The Zukunfts Tarot has fabulously attractive, magical major and court cards, but disappointingly plain suit cards. All cards have enormous white borders and the text and titles are printed in German.