I recently invested in a Decktet, which is an interesting alternative deck of cards. It has 36 cards in the default deck, in six suits of ten cards each - which is accomplished by way of the regular rank cards having two suits each. As can be seen in the above image, each card also has a name and an illustration in a similar manner to a tarot deck; there is in fact an interpretation guide on the website for people so inclined. Additionally, each card (apart from the aces [ones] and crowns [often but not always tens]) is categorised as either a 'personality', 'location' or 'event' (or sometimes more than one). There's an extended Decktet, which includes pawns and courts (each with three suits) and a single wildcard, the illustration for which contains elements from each of the six suits.