Joe Kentspeth and I were talking yesterday about an idea for 4"x6" cards with the animal templates on them. Perhaps as an alternative product to further supplement books filleds with animal templates. They would be very like some of the animal encyclopedia cards that came out in the 70s thru the 90s. They could be broken up into Sarpa Paksin and Vajra sets, perhaps even subgroups of cats, ungulates, or herbivors / carnivors. and come in sets of maybe 10 to 20. PLUS, the extra sell for the packs would be having a CD with pre-made, editable and printable character sheets for each animal card in the set, with all the basic template information allready input and simply awaiting stat changes to modify skill and ability dice pools and with all the animal abilities and talents and drawbacks allready entered. I'm envisioning a simple HTML program or editable PDF or something to allow for necessary editing. And if they sold for a reasonable price, say, $7 to $15, you could make more money sellig the packs than you would by merely selling one book. Although to really get all the sales possible, it would be worth it to have a compendium book as well, maybe offered after the card packs had been on shelves for a year or two. What does anyone else think of this idea?
"Daggra" means "Enemy" in Tibetan.
"Chora" means "Thief" in Sanskrit.