I didn't know what to do with my UberBadge, so I left it as a GeekBadge.
Some of the L-Deck cards available at Essen this year did not have English versions, so I've had a go at translating them from German. I hope it's of use. Some of these cards sound like they could have been normal Occupations, they're not quite as wacky as the earlier L-Deck cards.
At any time, you can exchange 1 Grain and 1 Food for
a delicious Pilsner 3 Food.
L18 Azubine (Apprentice)
When you take Family Growth, you can ue the Newborn to take an action the same round. If this is the last round before a Harvest, you must fully feed the new Family Member in the Harvest.
L20 Rumtrinker (Rum Drinker)
In the next two Harvests, each of your Family Members requires feeding only 1 Food. (Mark these Harvests with a marker.)
L21 Kornbrenner (Corn Burner)
In the Field Phase of each Harvest you can put a maximum of 1 Grain onto this card. At the end of the game, you receive 3/4/5/7 Bonus Points for 3/4/5/6 Grain on this card. (Grain from this card cannot later be returned to your supply, nor do you score the usual points for it at the end of the game.)
L22 Kreditnehmer (Credit Taker)
You immediately receive 1 Grain. Whenever you have insuficient Food to feed your Family during a Harvest, after exhausting all possibilities, you can take the missing Food from the supply. You must repay double this amount by the Feeding Phase of the following Harvest. If you cannot repay in time, you must take 1 Begging Card for each Food not paid back.
L23 Schnellrednerin (Fast Talker)
You can swap 2 Grain for 1 Vegetable at any time.
If you have a Family Member placed on Travelling Players, you receive a Grain whenever an Opponent places a Family Member on one of the six left-hand Action cards. (These are the Action Cards that change depending on the number of players in the game.)
L24 Turnierausrichter (Tournament Organiser)
You immediately receive 1 Stone, 1 Reed, 1 Clay and 1 Wood. At the end of each Work Phase, the player who used the more recently revealed Action Card of all those used receives 1 Food.
Some of these cards sound like they could have been normal Occupations, they're not quite as wacky as the earlier L-Deck cards.
This is how you can tell which cards were designed by me and which ones by Uwe.
So you made the older ones, didn't you?