That's honestly a matter of preference, in my opinion. I was going to do the same thing over the summer, but I realized that I honestly compete better when I don't have a complete card for a topic. So for me, it works best to have a small number of more "general" cards with quotes and verses that can be applied to multiple topics. But a lot of people do great when they have a card for every topic. It also depends on judges; some judges will really be impressed by the competitor who has a lot of outside sources and other resources that require specific cards. Others are more interested in the general analysis and presentation.
All that to say, it kinda depends. Do what you feel best about.
Ben Vincent, R II
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