Curse of Strahd
She first drew the philanthropist, followed in quick succession by the transmuter, the anarchist, the marionette and finally, the horseman.
“The Philantropist: This card tells of history. Knowledge of the ancient will help you better understand your enemy. Look to a place where sickness and madness are bred. Where children once cried, the treasure lies still”
“The Transmuter: This card tells of a powerful force for good and protection. A holy symbol of great hope. Go to a place of dizzying heights, where the stone itself is alive.”
“The Anarchist: This is a card of power and strength. It tells of a weapon of vengeance: a sword of sunlight. I see walls of bone, a chandelier of bones, and a table of bones — all that remains of enemies long forgotten”
“Marionette: This card sheds light on one who will help you greatly in the battle against the darkness. Look for a man of music, a man with two heads. He lives in a place of great hunger and sorrow”
“The Horseman: Your enemy is a creature of darkness, whose powers are beyond mortality. This card will lead you to him. He lurks in the one place to which he must return — a place of death”