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Re: (TFT) More on hexes

Hey John,

I went to the site listed below, but I couldn't find the hex papers. Could you
let me know what link on the site is the correct one. I am legally blind, and
most websites I have to explore by moving the arrow until my computer
identifies the links. So it's easy to miss one or two.


  ----- Original Message -----
  From: John<mailto:johnnyboytmm@juno.com>
  To: tft@brainiac.com<mailto:tft@brainiac.com>
  Sent: Sunday, January 11, 2009 6:25 PM
  Subject: Re: (TFT) More on hexes

  I am a big fan of the following site for hex paper.


  The brick pattern in particular (with squares instead of rectangles) makes a
hex pattern without hexes.  You get megahexes made up of squares, which makes
drawing things with right angles (like buildings and stuff)really easy.  But
it is not as good for combat - I need real hexes for that - which the site
also has.

  I think of a hex as around 5 feet, which again makes things easy with teh
squares, since 2 of them is 10 ft.  I know it is a little off from 1and1/3
meters, but a 5 foot hex has not adversely impacted my games, as far as I can

  -- David Carter <clumsyspider@hotmail.com<mailto:clumsyspider@hotmail.com>>
  Hexes: I have always been a player but with the extra time I now have I
  thought I would try running a campaign. The very first thing I struggled
  was hex size. How does 1 1/3 meters per hex translate into the real world?

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