Cards combination description

winning over the competition or opposition.
Five of Wands tarot card

Card 1 - Five of Wands

The Five of Wands depicts five men all holding their own wands and brandishing them up in the air. Like with most fives in the tarot, it is about some kind of disagreement that is facing the querent. This disagreement can either be taken to be as a sign of conflict between the men, or that all of them are simply enjoying the adrenaline rush of this conflict, and that the competition amongst them is of a good natured rivalry, not anger. The relaxed way in which they seem to be holding their wands gives a sense that this argument may be one of show rather than a fierce one.
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Ace of Swords tarot card

Card 2 - Ace of Swords

The Ace of Swords shows a hand emerging from the clouds wielding a double-edged sword. This double edged sword carries a golden crown while being encircled by a wreath. The wreath has for a long time been associated with victory, success and great achievement. The crown is used as the symbol for both royalty and the power to rule that comes with royalty.   Behind the foreground, the sword stands floating over a varied setting - which holds both mountains and sea, which are used as symbols of the vast reach and distant lands that the swords can be used to conquer, as well as ambition. 
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situation could get out of hand and lead to violent clashes, (may show riots and unrest on a larger scale against established authority if The Emperor/Hierophant present, Justice and King of Swords can also involve police, uniforms, etc.
may show a destructive or unhealthy relationship but can also indicate an obsession, or fling. 
good progression from apprentice to mastery of a skill, if the order is reversed it shows new work in a field where you’re already experienced. 
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