This week, we focus on a card that is usually an unwelcome presence in a Harrow spread but nonetheless must not be ignored: The Crows. The image on the card shows a table covered in gold and valuables, studied by a trio of thieves. Two of the thieves are human and wear bird-like masks, while the third is an anthropomorphized crow wearing a bandage over one eye. None of them are people you would want to invite over for dinner.
The Crows is a card of loss and theft, often occurring in a dramatic or violent fashion and often involving something held very dear. The alignment of the card is Neutral Evil, which is the alignment of deception and supreme selfishness. Clearly, given the pile of treasure on their table, these are thieves who know what they’re doing.