Hi, new user here, a few days ago I came across a video from a couple years ago about the index card method for stories/maps, and this was really similar to games I’m running (using zones and whatnot) and I want to say I’m crazy about the cards. While for now I’m not looking to change systems (already having a hard enough time to get people to play something other than D&D), rulesets and maps are still appreciated.
So here’s my question: I want to buy as many of the ICRPG products that contain cards, from all different genres (swords and sorcery, scify, post apocalyptic kitchen sink matrix simulators), over a period of time, I’d like some help choosing which of the books contain the most amount/variety of cards so I can focus on those rather than just adventures or map books or extra rules for invoking Cthulhu or whatevs. So far I think vol1 thru 4 and probably the core are the most obvious, but others probably have a smaller ratio of card to non-card content that would still probably have pretty awesome cards. I’m guessing some have no cards at all or close to none, and I want to avoid those for the time being.
Thanks for the assist!