The Hanged Man... He is hanging upside-down, viewing the world from a completely different perspective, and his facial expression is calm and serene... He has a halo around his head, symbolising new insight, awareness and enlightenment... This is the card of ultimate surrender, of being suspended in time and of martyrdom and sacrifice to the greater good.
I couldn’t decide which version I liked more for the Snowgrave one, so you all get both.
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The first image shows Berdly from Deltarune as The Hanged Man tarot card. He has blue feathers, and a yellow beak and legs. He is hanging upside down on a tree by his right foot, with his left crossed behind it, and is in his school clothes - a white shirt with two small blue and yellow squares on it, and a black turtleneck undershirt. His expression is calm, eyes shut behind his glasses, and he has a golden halo around his head with a crown at the top. The background is of a hill and a light blue sky on a slightly cloudy day.
The second image shows Berdly as the card in his Dark World outfit, this time hanging from a blue ice pillar with the dark color of the alley walls behind him. This version of the card relates to the ‘Weird Route’. His dark world outfit consists of orange glasses attached to an earpiece, an orange collar, a creme chestplate with a star over his heart, creme shoulderpads, armbands, and lower leg guards. There is a grey panel covering his stomach, and attached to it is a green cloth, which is pulled towards the ground. His underclothes are the same dark color as his school undershirt. He has a halo of ice around his head with snowflakes spreading from it, and his expression is a wince with his eyes shut, as if dreaming bad dreams.
The third image is the same as the second, but his expression is wide-eyed, and his beak is open as if to cry out in pain or fear.
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