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(TFT) Two useful tidbits
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- From: Marc Gacy <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2007 17:33:55 -0500 (EST)
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I was intrigued by the "Square hexes" discussion and I wanted to see how well they work.
The fruit of efforts can be found here: http://home.earthlink.net/~marcgacy/TFT/
There are two files, one with square hexes in 1 inch and one in 0.75 inch.
They are PowerPoint files right now, but I could make them PDFs as well.
Also, in the spirit of the TFT index, I made a comprehensive Fantasy Trip Table of Contents.
I arranged it as I figured it would have been arranged as if it were one book.
It's not perfect, I tried to match the heading styles exactly, but that wasn't always feasible (as it seemed that sometimes they were flat out wrong) and I didn't always include deep headings. I think it actually works pretty well, despite my tinkering.
I did this to make it easier to use the books and also to be a springboard for any "plain-language" efforts, as basically a list of what needs to be included (but not necessarily using that structure).
Let me know what you think and enjoy!
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