Welcome to the Roleplayer's Tarot Shop!
Just a fastball through what this shop is about, you choose one of the spreads,
fill out a questionnaire, and I will read my cards and report back to you. There's many choices,
so please, go look!
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About the Reader
Hello! So my name is Wonders, and I'm in the US. I enjoy
drawing, writing and reading (books or tarot cards). I also like to hide in bushes
and people watch(jk~). I am very open minded, and um,
I don't know what else to put....
- Be patient, reading tarot cards is something that takes time to do.
I go as thorough as I can, so it takes a while.
I will, I promise, get it done.
- Politeness is key in my shop! I enjoy chattering, and I enjoy goofing off, however,
I do not enjoy flame wars or any hostility nonsense! Bah. Go ruin someone else's spirits and
stay outta me shops if you are thinkin' of starting something in here.
- Remember, there's many people with many different beliefs.
There is even people with lack of belief! This ties into the politeness rule,
however I feel that it should be reinforced.
What is a spread? Well, a spread in the tarot community simply is a layout which each
position (where you place the card) have a significant meaning. There's spreads for general life stuff,
some for romance, others for specifically novel writing, and many more! As you can infer there's many
different types of spreads for different reasons much like the uniqueness of each person. <3
- The Celtic Cross Spread
This is a very general spread. You can gear it towards yourself, a certain problem,
a character's problem, maybe even the road of a character. It's one of the most common spreads out there.
- The Character Creation Spread
The link leads you to a picture, so here I will explain the picture:
The basic idea of the character, the theme of the character.
What they want, need, their delusions, anything to do with the personality.
What your character believes in, their morals, or lack there-of, hopes, their fears, etc.
The history of your character, before the present.
This is recent past, it's not quite history yet. It's how your character got to the place their story starts.
Their current lot in life, what's going on, adventure, or perhaps are they researching something?
What is likely to happen to character in future.
- The Writers' Block Spread
This is a simple three-card spread that is meant to help a writer come out of their block by
recognizing what's causing it and how to get through it quicker.
This card is just about ... well, you. It could reflect your current frustration,
or it can be of your home life, etc. Either way this card is just really
to say where you're currently at.
2: The Cause.
Yes, the cause of the block. What's making this happen? Why? Hopefully this card will shed some light!
3: The Fix.
How to fix it, perhaps even better than the cause! Will this help you and work for you? Well, only time will tell.
- The Plot Spread
Ah, the plot spread. Pretty much sums up a basic plot outline using your main protagonist and antagonist characters,
as well as side protag and antag characters!
Your main character, the star of the show!
Your main "bad-guy". The one who... ruins the show for your star! Well, they try, don't they?
PS: Side Protag
This is your side protagonists, the guys who will back up the star and kick the bad guys' butts! Yah!
So you can tell me how many cards you want here.
AS: Side Antag
These are your side antags, they're the bad guys who try to ruin everything! Muwahahahaha.
So you can tell me how many cards you want here.
The problem, the story, the climax. Ahh, the nectar of the plot.
This will represent the last previous situation you left these little guys stranded in.
The healing moment, where maybe the good guys and bad guys may see eye to eye! Bahh,
how is that interesting? Haha, anyways, this is one of the possibilities that it can be resolved with.
Y'kno, to that um, problem?
- The Writers' Spread
This is another version of The Plot Spread, maybe this one will be more suited towards your tastes?
The protag, our star, that's who! Haha. c:
The conflict, our problem... the center of our story.
The background, our setting, time of history.
Motives for the character/s, or for yourself.
The star's reaction to the conflict!
The end, possible outcome.
- The Goal, Motive, & Conflict Spread
Yet another lovely plot oriented spread! This one is my favorite, it seems the most detailed without being overly detailed.
Something you may, or may not, know about your darling!
This can be either the obvious goal, or the hidden motive that our star keeps secret from his fellows.
Much like goal this can either be obvious, or the hidden one that isn't shared very often.
It is what your characters must get past or they're getting no where.
This is how the goal is modified by the conflict. Interesting, no?
How the motivation is affected by conflict!
7: Plot Point.
This is where our conflict takes us, to the next stop. What could this be~?
I actually have two forms, one for a specific spread I do not have listed and you want,
and another for the spreads I have listed.
ReadingHTML Code:[size=4][b][u]New Spread Form![/u][/b][/size] [b]Spread:[/b] Name of Spread [b]Cards:[/b] How many cards does this spread need? [b]Explanation:[/b] Here you can either link to where there's an example and explanation of the spread, or you can tell me yourself! [b]Reading:[/b] How would you like to receive your reading? PM, e-mail, or would you like to watch me do it live? [b]Extra:[/b] Whatever you couldn't say earlier, say now. Maybe such as what you're looking for from this reading or about this or that.
SlotsHTML Code:[size=4][u][b]New Reading Form![/b][/u][b][/b][/size] [b]Spread:[/b] Name of wanted spread from list [b]Reading:[/b] How would you like to receive your reading? PM, e-mail, or would you like to watch me do it live? [b]Extra:[/b] Got anything extra to say? What you're looking for in this reading? Perhaps some trivia?
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Last edited by SecretWonders; 01-04-2013 at 07:26 AM.