I'm currently working on a card game that involves players collecting cards and building up decks to find the best combinations to crush their enemies. The game is set after the events of 'Return of the Jedi', and as such many (if not all) of the characters within the Star Wars movies will be absent from the game, and it's actually technologies and species within the Star Wars universe that I'm interested in. Obviously to make the game successful, you need an abundance of different cards to try and ensure each players deck isn't exactly the same. The way the game works is that each player belongs to a certain faction (the galactic republic, formed from the rebel alliance, the imperial remnant, and the Corellian Federation, an organisation I have created specifically for this game). It should be noted that players need influence, resources and in some cases access to force power to spawn cards onto the battlefield. These act as the "mana" of the game, so to speak. In particular, the force gives greater customisation to a deck, as well as making several cards incompatible. Imagine each player has a "force meter" that keeps track of how much force power they have access to. It starts neutral (no force), but players use cards to shift their own individual force meter either closer to the dark side or closer to the light side. The further along either way, the more powerful the cards you can play are. On the flipside, a player can only shift the force meter slightly either way to have access to both light and dark force cards (albeit they won't be as strong as a deck dedicated to one side of the force). Some examples: Owning coruscant increases players influence, but also consumes their resources. You can spawn a "Witch of Dathomir" card, but that would cost the player 2 dark force points and 1 resource point, for example. Doing so allows the character to use the witch to attack another player and cause damage. Anyway, more to the point. I need ideas for different cards and the abilities they grant the player. You can imagine I already have quite a few, but will need a lot more to get the customisation needed for such a game. Cards I need are: Creature cards: those of different species. They make up the majority of a players fighting force. Examples include Wookie Warriors, Imperial Stormtroopers, Jedi Knights and Kindalo Planet cards: owning different planets grants players different forms of increasing resources, influence and force power (as well as draining it). Also if a player owns a planet and want to spawn a creature native to it, they don't need to pay the "mana cost". (eg. owning Dathomir allows a player to spawn a rancor without paying anything). Examples include Corellia, Bespin and Muunilinst "Mana" Cards: These form the backbone of any deck, and a player needs many if they wish to spawn anything. They can range from being pretty simple to being complicated. Examples include Republic credits (+resources), Politicians (+influence) and sith holocrons (+dark side force). Technology cards: they act the same as creature cards, but are made rather than spawned. Examples include AT-ATs and X-Wing fighters Weapon Cards: cards that can either be played to enhance/update the effect of a card already in play (eg. a lightsaber) or to stop a card being played (eg. the dagger of Mortis). Any other cards you can think of! Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated, and if I can get this thing going, you will receive credit on the card(s) you suggest. Cards need a name, what type of card they are (eg. creature, technology, influence, etc.), a "cost" to spawn them, and whether the "native planet" advantage applies to it, an attack and defence number (to give a sense of power until I can work out a better combat mechanic) and a quote relating to it (if possible). At this stage I'm ruling out specific character cards, but I'm willing to change that if you can think of any that would work well in the game. I also don't care where the card comes from (eg. from within the movies or the clone wars tv show, or the expanded universe or whatever) the more the better! Thanks guys!