A colorful deck pitched to teens but really for just about anyone whose taste for tarot design runs on the modern side and who isn't absolutely married to the Rider-Waite template. Pointy hats, broomsticks, toads, slim tight bodies, bats, and pointy hats abound. Hats got mentioned twice because they're prominently featured in the artwork.
The suits have been changed to flames (wands), cauldrons (cups), broomsticks (swords), and boulders (pentacles). The court cards are now Celebrations (Pages), Moons (Knights), Goddesses (Queens), and Trials (Kings). With shifts like this you can imagine the rest of the deck is a little different than what you may be used to and you'd be right!
We'd recommend this deck for someone looking for something a little different than the typical Rider-Waite decks and likes to reinterpret card meanings. Not specifically too "challenging" a deck for a beginner but probably not the best first deck for someone brand new to tarot who wants to ease into the basics.
Cards measure 2 3/4" x 4 3/4" and include a simple black and white instructional booklet printed in five languages (usually English, Spanish, French, Italian, and German).