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OaksWhispering  OaksWhispering is offline
Join Date: 20 Feb 2014
Location: New York, USA
Posts: 285

Originally Posted by Barleywine View Post
I should probably be clear: the Spellcaster cards handle very well. They're nicely "whippy," also smooth on the face and slightly "toothy" on the back. I like the way they feel in hand. But I can't see getting heavy or extended use out of them with heavy-handed clients mauling them. As Le Fanu said somewhere about the card stock, " 'tis paper." For ritual use, this wouldn't seem to matter much, but in public use it could be a deal-breaker.
Ah, I see. I am a casual reader so it is good for me. I definitely wouldn't be able to use it as my go to if I did a lot of readings for others.
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