Terezi Pyrope as Justice
I don’t think I need to say any more
Bro Strider as the Chariot.
In this deck, the cards I’ve put Bro on are both associated with victory. I’m not entirely sure why I did that considering how he died.
The Lovers, Equius and Aradia
(also Sollux, because I shipped aradia<>sollux even then. And fairy cupid Vriska, because Vriska.)
It took me quite a while to decide on the characters for this card, and I went for Equius and Aradia because they were the only prominent couple in the comic at the time I drew this.
Grandpa Harley (and Bec) as the Hierophant
I would have really liked to have seen more of him in the comic
Dad Egbert as that paragon of fatherly authority, The Emperor.
I actually still quite like this one, even if it is from the period where I didn’t really care how they came out
Jade as the High Priestess
This is an awful, awful drawing and I should redo it, but I really can’t be bothered.
I think Jade has a lot of duality going on between her dream and real selves, which is what I wanted to get accross in this card.
Loki did not think this through.
On the way home, we decided that everybody realized that there were two Odins running around, and that it quickly turned into Choose Your Own Orders, like “Oh, hey, Drunk-and-Grieving Odin wants to invade Helheim, let’s go ask Reasonable-Seeming Odin if he really meant that.” or “Not-Drunk Odin ordered us to build a super-weapon. Let’s go run the budget past Hungover Odin.”
Rose Lalonde, the Magician
The official deck has her as the High Priestess, but I think that certainly at the beginning of the comic Rose fits this card far better.