A Tarot Deck consists out of 22 Major Arcana Trump Cards, and 4 Suits of 14 Minor Arcana. The Suits are Swords, Staves, Pentacles, and Cups. Each suit has pip cards, which carry the numbers 2 to 10. Furthermore they have five Face Cards, which are the Jack, Knight, Queen, King, and Ace. All Major Arcana have individual names, except for one card that is entirely nameless. Some call it Death instead. Long before people officially began connecting special abilities to the Tarot deck, Tarot cards were already used as both playing cards and divination tools. Various different interpretations exist, but nowadays general Tarot Lore follows a single set of meaning. There is still some wiggle room, but that is mostly applied to combinations of cards, not single ones. While Tarot abilities are linked to Tarot cards, it's not the case that specific cards connect to specific abilities. While some researchers claim so, for every researcher or academic that claims a connection, at least two more deny it. Research does suggest some form of connection, but mostly at Suit-level, not at specific card-level. For those with fervent faith in card-laying, it is common to have a soothsayer lay the cards for every grand decision and born child. Though prejudice against this kind of beliefs keeps them from doing so publicly. On the other hand, general Tarot Lore is relatively accepted by many. People may state they don't believe in it, but they're careful enough to not go against it, just in case.