There are only a few more Intersection maps from my Intersections series remaining to be posted. I’ve been thinking about doing something to collect the entire set and make it available in some kind of print form. Making a book would be obvious, but also not terribly unique, so I was casting around for other ideas, and landed on the idea of a set of cards.

What I’m proposing is a deck of 26 cards, with the complete Intersection series on one side, and a set of semi-geomorphic dungeons on the other side. The two wouldn’t really relate to each other directly. The Intersections themselves don’t line up in any way, and the idea behind them was for them to be small snippets; places where other, larger things were coming together. But the obverse set would be designed to be able to be put together to make a larger, interconnected dungeon.

The idea here is not that any combination will work equally. Instead, there are different patterns for the cards, but with enough commonality that they can be combined in a lot of interesting ways. The test image shows a number of these cards laid out together. The notches represent the locations where connections extend off the card. So, you can see, there are different arrangements on different cards, and not every card neatly lines up with its neighbors. But this creates some possibilities for longer corridors and for larger rooms.

So, what I’m wondering is, if there would be much interest in something like this? The Intersections are complete; it would be a matter of getting the semi-geomorphs drawn. There are lots of maps and map makers out there. What would make you consider spending a few bucks on a set of these cards?