Now one would expect that her True20 stats should be somewhat similar to her M&M 2nd Ed stats. But if I build her by the book she ends up a touch weaker. These are her "by the book stats". In comparison to her M&M counterpart, this Tarot lives in a more darkly supernatural world, say like that of most modern supernatural novels like The Dresden Files or even the urban fantasy of Kim Harrison.
As typical I am using the Adept's Handbook and the guide to Horror Role-Playing from the True20 Revised book.
I would see her as something like a member of an Occult Guard or a Witch Knight. Her armor then would be more traditional and ornate, but I would not change the character one bit.
Tarot Witch of the Black Rose
Adept 6 / Warrior 3
Base Attack bonus: +6 (Melee +8, Ranged +8)
Calling (Blue Rose): Justice
Bluff +5, Climb -3 (armor), Concentration +8, Craft (Blacksmith) +3, Diplomacy +4, Disguise +3, Handle Animal +4, Intimidate +4, Jump -2, Knowledge (history) +5, Knowledge (Occult/Supernatural) +10, Knowledge (theology and philosophy) +10, Medicine +5, Notice +6, Perform (Ritual) +6, Research +6, Search +6, Sense Motive +5, Sleight of Hand +3, Survival +5
The Talent, Imbue Item, Connected, Weapon Training (Sword), Armor Training (light), Attack Focus (Sword), Iron Will
Object Reading, Wind Walk, Heart Reading, Elemental Blast, Elemental Resistance, Plane Shift, Ward
Languages: Latin, English
Equipment: Sword of the Goddess, Armor
Starts out as an Adept and then picks up some levels in Warrior to cover her training.
Adept powers are based on Charisma.
So this Tarot is physically weaker than her M&M counterpart, but still rather powerful for the world she would be in.