This is a full 80-card, RWS based deck with two bonus cards, a small description sheet and a hard cardboard box. Instead of a bound guidebook, it comes with a mini-guide printed on three-ring binder notebook paper and access to an online guide.
Formerly named "The Illest Tarot", Kristi explains the name change below.
"Due to concerns over the appropriation of language, the illest tarot is officially renamed that 90s tarot. ill and illest are part of the African American vernacular English lexicon, and my use of it was inappropriate. I apologize to anyone who felt harmed by that misstep. This deck is meant to be a tool of reflection and inspiration, and that's what I hope to continue to convey. I'm sitting with the ways my work impacts the world and the layers go deep! I will never get it right but I will always accept criticism, learn and grow from my mistakes... and share what that process actually looks like. Understanding how you participate and uphold systems of oppression is work that continues for life. I am on a personal journey with my creative work and that includes the implications of that work when it moves into the world. I appreciate those who have lent their energy to this process and those who continue to believe in me and show me how to think more critically."