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One of the more unusual Derivative Works is an Italian-suited tarot deck based on a piece of fiction. These typically use characters from the fiction with thematically equivalent major arcana, and sometimes replace the minor arcana suits with something from the adapted material.
There are also numerous other decks based on various non-fiction themes.
Note that some media have unique or special tarot decks as a plot element within the story. Those are not examples unless they are defictionalised.
See also Tarot Motifs.
Based on fiction
- The Lord of the Rings 
- Hello Kitty 
- Oz 
- Alice in Wonderland 
- X 1999 
- Tabletop RPG Mage: The Ascension had its own themed tarot deck.
- Cthulhu Mythos  
- Jane Austen 
- Pokémon 
- Yggdra Union  (fan made)
- Gunnerkrigg Court  (fan made)
- Digger , though there are only a couple of cards so far.
- Nasubionna's incomplete Harry Potter Tarot at .
- Revolutionary Girl Utena  (a doujinshi tarot)
- Rurouni Kenshin .
- The Major Arcana only of a fan-created Avatar: The Last Airbender Tarot deck, seen here, here, here, here, here and here.
- The Vertigo Tarot
- Sailor Moon has some.
- Fate/stay night 
- Katekyo Hitman Reborn 
- Fairy Tales 
- Homestuck 
- Touhou , . There are more.
- Rivers of London (only two cards so far).
- Fashion designers
- The Kamasutra
- Baroque Cats
- Cat People (which went on to inspire a series of novels by Andre Norton)
- Da Vinci drawings
- Gummi Bears
- Silicon Valley (The deck is out of print, but you can get readings from the electronic version here.)