CUPS

CARDS

The Blades Class (Swords in Tarot) cards deal with the mental level of consciousness that is centered around the mind and the intellect. Swords mirror the quality of mind present in your thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs.

Swords are often double-edged and in this way the Blades Class symbolises the fine balance between intellect and power and how these two elements can be used for good or evil. As such, the Swords must be balanced by spirit (Staves) and feeling (Cups) to have the most positive effect.

The Suit of Swords is associated with the element of Air. Air is intangible and unseen, but also in constant movement. Air can be still and mostly unnoticed, to becoming a breeze or a fierce wind. It is powerful yet refreshing and cleansing. Symbolically, the air element relates to knowledge, action, power, and change. It is a masculine energy that can lead by force and power, even though it remains unseen.

King of Cups

Emotionally balanced, compassionate, diplomatic.

The Jester has no number – he has unlimited potential – and so does not have a specific place in the sequence of the Quest cards. The Jester can be placed either at the beginning of the Quest cards, or at the end. Part of the theme of Questeros is the Jester's journey through a major quest, and as such, he is ever present and needs no number.

On the Jester Quest card, a young goblin stands on the edge of a cliff, without a care in the world, as he sets out on a new adventure. He is gazing forward and is seemingly unaware that he is about to step off an edge into the unknown. On his back is a small backpack containing everything he needs – which isn’t much. The white rose on the pommel of the dagger in his left hand represents his youth and inexperience. At his feet is a small white hyena, representing loyalty and protection, that encourages him to charge forward and learn the lessons he came to learn. The mountains behind the Jester symbolise the challenges yet to come. They are forever present, but the Jester doesn’t care about them right now; he’s more focused on starting his Quest.

Queen of Cups

Compassionate, caring, emotionally stable, intuitive, in flow.

The Jester has no number – he has unlimited potential – and so does not have a specific place in the sequence of the Quest cards. The Jester can be placed either at the beginning of the Quest cards, or at the end. Part of the theme of Questeros is the Jester's journey through a major quest, and as such, he is ever present and needs no number.

On the Jester Quest card, a young goblin stands on the edge of a cliff, without a care in the world, as he sets out on a new adventure. He is gazing forward and is seemingly unaware that he is about to step off an edge into the unknown. On his back is a small backpack containing everything he needs – which isn’t much. The white rose on the pommel of the dagger in his left hand represents his youth and inexperience. At his feet is a small white hyena, representing loyalty and protection, that encourages him to charge forward and learn the lessons he came to learn. The mountains behind the Jester symbolise the challenges yet to come. They are forever present, but the Jester doesn’t care about them right now; he’s more focused on starting his Quest.

Knight of Cups

Creativity, romance, charm, imagination, beauty.

The Jester has no number – he has unlimited potential – and so does not have a specific place in the sequence of the Quest cards. The Jester can be placed either at the beginning of the Quest cards, or at the end. Part of the theme of Questeros is the Jester's journey through a major quest, and as such, he is ever present and needs no number.

On the Jester Quest card, a young goblin stands on the edge of a cliff, without a care in the world, as he sets out on a new adventure. He is gazing forward and is seemingly unaware that he is about to step off an edge into the unknown. On his back is a small backpack containing everything he needs – which isn’t much. The white rose on the pommel of the dagger in his left hand represents his youth and inexperience. At his feet is a small white hyena, representing loyalty and protection, that encourages him to charge forward and learn the lessons he came to learn. The mountains behind the Jester symbolise the challenges yet to come. They are forever present, but the Jester doesn’t care about them right now; he’s more focused on starting his Quest.

Page of Cups

Creative opportunities, intuitive messages, curiosity, possibility.

The Jester has no number – he has unlimited potential – and so does not have a specific place in the sequence of the Quest cards. The Jester can be placed either at the beginning of the Quest cards, or at the end. Part of the theme of Questeros is the Jester's journey through a major quest, and as such, he is ever present and needs no number.

On the Jester Quest card, a young goblin stands on the edge of a cliff, without a care in the world, as he sets out on a new adventure. He is gazing forward and is seemingly unaware that he is about to step off an edge into the unknown. On his back is a small backpack containing everything he needs – which isn’t much. The white rose on the pommel of the dagger in his left hand represents his youth and inexperience. At his feet is a small white hyena, representing loyalty and protection, that encourages him to charge forward and learn the lessons he came to learn. The mountains behind the Jester symbolise the challenges yet to come. They are forever present, but the Jester doesn’t care about them right now; he’s more focused on starting his Quest.

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The Jester has no number – he has unlimited potential – and so does not have a specific place in the sequence of the Quest cards. The Jester can be placed either at the beginning of the Quest cards, or at the end. Part of the theme of Questeros is the Jester's journey through a major quest, and as such, he is ever present and needs no number.

On the Jester Quest card, a young goblin stands on the edge of a cliff, without a care in the world, as he sets out on a new adventure. He is gazing forward and is seemingly unaware that he is about to step off an edge into the unknown. On his back is a small backpack containing everything he needs – which isn’t much. The white rose on the pommel of the dagger in his left hand represents his youth and inexperience. At his feet is a small white hyena, representing loyalty and protection, that encourages him to charge forward and learn the lessons he came to learn. The mountains behind the Jester symbolise the challenges yet to come. They are forever present, but the Jester doesn’t care about them right now; he’s more focused on starting his Quest.

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