The Dragon Riders Oracle

I wasn’t sure I was going to write a review of “The Dragon Riders Oracle” by Christine Arana Fader with art by Elena Dudina. The box art is nice and I have nothing against dragons (or those who ride them), I just didn’t know if there was anything there. However, I never decide on a deck until at the very least I thumb through all the cards, and it was in the process of doing this that I came across them. The Cat Jokers. And just like that, it was time to explore this oracle deck further.

Before I get ahead of myself, let’s rewind for some background info. Fader, the deck’s creator, describes dragons as “beings of pure energy” and dragon riders are ascended masters, elves (that “should not be confused with goblins and fairies” because these elves “live not on this world but on other planets”), angels, gods, goddesses and planets. Dragons and their Riders become protectors of us all. So, in “The Dragon Riders Oracle” you’re introduced to dragons and their riders. But what’s up with the cats?

According to Fader, “cats and dragons are magical beings and are similar in other ways too.” If you draw The Cat Joker you’re supposed to focus and perform the ritual it contains. It’s a whimsical addition to an already fantastical deck!

“The Dragon Riders Oracle” features some beautiful illustrations and a flexible oracle format. It’s perfect for someone looking for a fantasy looking deck with some solid new age themes and ideas.

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1 thought on “The Dragon Riders Oracle”

  1. How odd. I figured this would have something to do with the Dragon Riders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey, but apparently not. (Although it took place on another planet, so who knows…) The Cat Jokers are cute, though.

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