Was away from my computer just thinking that some may not know about the Steam Trading Card system. In short - developers can choose to add ‘trading cards’ to their games. There are typically 8 trading cards per game (and rare foil ones you can get too). By just playing the game - you can receive up to 4 unique cards (may receive some duplicates)
Once you receive your 4 by playing that specific game, you can no longer collect cards by just playing the game. To get new cards you can: Trade with your Friends, Receive a randomly gifted booster pack, or pay for a card on the marketplace. Buying cards is, of course, the easiest way of getting the one you are looking for. Players have the choice of selling their cards on the market - which typically go somewhere between .10 and .30 cents. Valve adds on a small percentage (typically .1 cent), and the game maker also gets a small percent (typically also .1 cent).
Once you have all 8 of the trading cards, you can craft a badge for your specific game which helps you ‘level’ your steam account… which is also a new feature.
So the intent of this thread should have been: If Stonehearth did have these Steam Trading Cards, what should the 8 cards be? As @ManOfRet mentioned, the Titans are an easy choice, or perhaps even Myr Burlyhands. What do you think?