I have all the expansions and I noted that many of the barons have the same requirements i.e. largest railroad longest railroad, most advanced engine, most cities connected. So I took all of those cards out for each set and made a generic Baron set. Then I picked a Number of Barons who are specific to the expansion I am playing. players get one specific Baron and three generic barons. I called them the Board of Directors. These are Secret and scored at the end of the game and so the surprise ending of the game can be up to 25 to 30 points. Ties count. If you have two barons for example who both give you points for most money and you have the most money you score for both of those barons.
I really, really like this idea! Though, there could be some easy ones that you get for doing certain things already that stack (i.e. have the longest chain of cars means youll likely be connecting certain cities, which means youll likely be making long deliveries meaning a high engine). So someone might complete 3 just because they complete 1 (or vice versa, I have the high engine, which means long route, which means connected cities yadda yadda)