The First Online Deck

The Daily Tale stories are illustrated with images drawn from the same software that rendered the faces of the first embodiment deck.

The First Embodiment card deck as a whole is Copyright (2014) Ross Berteig and Clifford Ball. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit

The image artwork used in these card designs were selected from the large assortment of iconographic art found at The Noun Project by Ross Berteig and Clifford Ball. A few images are touched up or tweaked before use. And in a few cases, the names used by the original artist have been edited for length or replaced outright to better fit the intended use of the finished cards.

The following icons are from The Noun Project and are used under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License:
* By Minna Ninova: Lantern
* By Juan Pablo Bravo: Gentleman, Typewriter, Superhero, Knight
* By Travis Yunis: Crow, Owl, Eye of Providence
* By Fabien Jouin: Carrot, Fish, Apple, Beer, Spatula
* By Leonard Ellom Quist: Affluence, Afterlife, Against All Odds, Authenticity, Change, Commitment, Cooperation, Creativity, Endurance, Envy, Excellence, Grace, Fate, Fearlessness, Fortitude, Freedom, Guardianship, Hope, Humility, Strength, Infinite, Intelligence, Jealousy, Justice, Knowledge, Leadership, Past Experience, Learning, Love, Loyalty, Omnipotence, Omnipresence, Parenthood, Peace, Protection, Providence, Prudence, Purity, Readiness, Reconciliation, Security, Unity, Transformation, Understanding, Valor, Vigilance, Wisdom
* By Luis Prado: Deer in the Headlights, Disguise, Puppet, Trumpeter, Shark Attack, Levitation, Bad Luck, Lost, Cake Knife
* By matthew hall: Pipe, Tree, Mustache, Rocket, Puzzle, Diamond, Magnifying Glass, Glasses, Bomb
* By EricP: Sphinx
* By Brianna Reed: Frog
* By Benni: Cat, Tunnel
* By Kelcey Benne: Broken Mirror
* By Jeremy J Bristol: Optical Illusion
* By Scott Lewis: Telephone, Poison, Levitation

The following icons are from The Noun Project and are in the Public Domain: rat by Timothy Dilich; voodoo-doll, record-player, birdcage by James Keuning

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