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You’re at a club on a Friday night, eager to have fun and lose yourself in the music. You see two people in the line for entry and have instant reactions to each of them. You want to connect in some way but don’t want to just outright ask or tell them everything. This isn’t the place for that. Try to let them know how they make you feel in other, more subtle ways.

The Way You Make Me Feel is inspired by Janelle Monae's "Make Me Feel" and is about exploring a single night at a club and finding out where it all leads in the end. Will you all leave together? Apart? Just two of you? Are you friends? Enemies? Lover? Something else? None of the above?

To play this game, you will need a Rider-Waite or similar Tarot deck, either as a physical deck or via an app. You may also want writing utensils, paper, and note cards.

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is there a guide as to what the cards players draw mean or anything?

or do we have to know how tarot works

I'm not sure if I mention it in the pdf text itself but there's a few different resources you can use.

  • Here's an overview of general Rider-Waite decks: https://www.tarot.com/tarot/decks/rider
  • Most apps will let you do three card draws and also have meanings with them. I suggest the Golden Thread app, as it also has a lookup. https://goldenthreadtarot.com/
  • Your deck probably came with a booklet (or maybe a pdf) that has meanings more specific to its designs and inspirations. That one is probably your best bet.

I don't have a specific guide or a deck specifically for this game though. Hope that helps!

It does, thank you