Do Hellsing have enough characters in it for a Tarot Card

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Do Hellsing have enough characters in it for a Tarot Card

Postby Majorca » Thu Feb 18, 2016 3:05 pm

I'm making a set of tarot card with Hellsing theme, but I'm having trouble filling up the characters
mainly because it's been a while since I last read Hellsing :sweat:
Maybe the hellsing fans here can help pair the correct character for the correct card:

0 The Fool >
1 The Magician > Zorin
2 The High Priestess > Rip van Winkle
3 The Empress > Integra
4 The Emperor > Vladucard
5 The Hierophant > Yumie/Yumiko
6 The Lovers > Seras & Pip
7 The Chariot > Alucard's Casket
8 Strength >
9 The Hermit >
10 Wheel of Fortune >
11 Justice > Bandaged Heinkel
12 The Hanged Man > Dark Walter
13 Death > Major
14 Temperance >
15 The Devil > Iscariot Maxwell
16 The Tower >
17 The Star >
18 The Moon >
19 The Sun >
20 Judgement > Alexander Anderson
21 The World > Schrodinger

#10 Wheel of Fortune represent element of change in life, such change being in station, position or fortune: such as the rich becoming poor, or the poor becoming rich
#16 The Tower is commonly interpreted as meaning danger, crisis, destruction, and liberation.
#18 The Moon represents life of the imagination apart from life of the spirit.
#21 The World represents an ending to a cycle of life
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Re: Do Hellsing have enough characters in it for a Tarot Car

Postby Markus1985 » Fri Feb 19, 2016 6:42 pm

Can there be a character on multiple cards?

I'd go with Luke Valentine as the fool.
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Re: Do Hellsing have enough characters in it for a Tarot Car

Postby Klimat » Sat Feb 20, 2016 2:11 am

Here is my take:

00 The Fool > Shelby M. Penwood
01 The Magician > Zorin
02 The High Priestess > Mina Harker/THE SHI
03 The Empress > Integra
04 The Emperor > Vladucard/Alucard
05 The Hierophant > Abraham Van Helsing
06 The Lovers > Seras Victoria & Pip Bernadotte
07 The Chariot > Yumiko Takagi
08 Strength > Captain
09 The Hermit > Arthur Hellsing
10 Wheel of Fortune > Walter C. Dornez
11 Justice > Hugh Irons
12 The Hanged Man > Rip Van Winkle
13 Death > Major
14 Temperance > Makube
15 The Devil > Enrico Maxwell
16 The Tower > Heinkel Wolfe
17 The Star > Doc
18 The Moon > Luke & Jan Valentine
19 The Sun > Gregory Penwood
20 Judgement > Alexander Anderson
21 The World > Schrödinger
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Re: Do Hellsing have enough characters in it for a Tarot Car

Postby Pers_Spiku » Sun Feb 21, 2016 4:21 am

Hey, Penwood is awesome character!)) Luke Valentine will be better as fool.
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Re: Do Hellsing have enough characters in it for a Tarot Car

Postby Saphire Diablo » Sun Feb 21, 2016 8:15 pm

Temperance > Makube is a very good choice :thumb:
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Re: Do Hellsing have enough characters in it for a Tarot Car

Postby Klimat » Sun Feb 21, 2016 9:42 pm

Pers_Spiku wrote:Hey, Penwood is awesome character!)) Luke Valentine will be better as fool.

Just to make it clear, in Tarot fool is not an insulting concept.
The Fool is the first card in the Major Arcana, and is given the number zero to indicate that it is the very beginning—before everything. Many people misinterpret the Fool, believing its message to signify absurdity or moronic behavior. On the contrary, the Fool is a symbol of the Creator, the “All That Is”, or however you envision deity. He symbolizes the trickster aspect of divinity: God’s sense of humor, if you will. The Fool seems to be stepping off a cliff to certain doom. He turns his face and eyes upward, not noticing the fate that awaits. In his satchel, he has what little he needs for his journey. His companion, a little white dog, runs along at his heels. The dog can be seen as humanity’s most extreme attitudes toward divinity: either seen as following blindly along, or lacking the firmness of belief necessary to take the step the Fool is about to make, and therefore, trying to hold him back.

The real message here is one of optimism. You must make a leap of faith, taking only the baggage that benefits you, with the ultimate trust that you will make it alright. The Fool encourages you to go beyond your boundaries, to work past your fears, and to believe that anything is possible.
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Re: Do Hellsing have enough characters in it for a Tarot Car

Postby Markus1985 » Tue Feb 23, 2016 6:35 pm

Klimat wrote:Just to make it clear, in Tarot fool is not an insulting concept.

The Fool is the first card in the Major Arcana, and is given the number zero to indicate that it is the very beginning—before everything. Many people misinterpret the Fool, believing its message to signify absurdity or moronic behavior. On the contrary, the Fool is a symbol of the Creator, the “All That Is”, or however you envision deity. He symbolizes the trickster aspect of divinity: God’s sense of humor, if you will.
The Fool seems to be stepping off a cliff to certain doom. He turns his face and eyes upward, not noticing the fate that awaits. In his satchel, he has what little he needs for his journey. His companion, a little white dog, runs along at his heels. The dog can be seen as humanity’s most extreme attitudes toward divinity: either seen as following blindly along, or lacking the firmness of belief necessary to take the step the Fool is about to make, and therefore, trying to hold him back.

The real message here is one of optimism. You must make a leap of faith, taking only the baggage that benefits you, with the ultimate trust that you will make it alright. The Fool encourages you to go beyond your boundaries, to work past your fears, and to believe that anything is possible.
The Fool


That still fit Luke pretty well though.
And there's even a dog in there. :lol:
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Re: Do Hellsing have enough characters in it for a Tarot Car

Postby Majorca » Tue Feb 23, 2016 9:58 pm

Thank you guys, I didn't expect to receive so many response!

The moon is connected to the sun, so the character on both cards has to be related in some ways.

"The Moon provides light as a reflection of the Sun, yet this light is dim, uncertain, and only vaguely illuminates our path as we journey toward higher consciousness. The Moon is the card of intuition, dreams and the unconscious."

Jan is in some way sillier than Luke, being the little brother, so he'll make a good Moon towards Jan's Sun.
I think if we place The Sun > Luke and The Moon > Jan, and keep The Fool > Penwood. We got a perfect set! Thank you guys for the help!

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