REVIEW: GODS AND TITANS ORACLE
Updated: Apr 1
Unboxing, First Impressions & Review
I have been fascinated with mythology ever since I could remember and today I shall be reviewing this breathtaking deck for you. But first! Here's an unboxing video!
Now that you've seen what's in the box and the shuffle test, here are my first impressions.
WHAT I LIKE:
1. THE ARTWORK.
Words fail me as I try to describe Jimmy Manton's illustrations on every card. He was able to capture the ferocity, power and primal strength of the gods. However, I feel that the printer did not bring justice to his works as far as the sharpness is concerned? To me, it seemed like the ink bled? You have to see for yourselves to know what I meant.
2. CARD STOCK
The cards are rather large for my hands which made it difficult for me to shuffle. It comes with a guidebook also written by Stacey Demarco and a box - although that too was big for the cards causing them to rattle around in it.
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Took about 3 working weeks before I was able to received them (bought both the Gods and Titans and the Goddesses and Sirens Oracle Decks) plus a local tax of ₱112.00.
5 THE BONUS!
Apollo - you get this bonus card on your Goddesses and Sirens Oracle Deck. As per Stacey Demarco, Apollo is the god of mystery and prophecy which is why he (the card) does not have an attribute on the bottom.
6. THE INTERVIEW.
WHAT I HATE:
Hmm... upgrade to a better printer perhaps?
I love buying partner decks like these. Having both the feminine and masculine divine really brings out balance and harmony. The Gods And Titans Oracle deck indeed have an immense masculine force. Try it out!
That concludes my review. How was your Gods And Titans Oracle deck?
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