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Re: (TFT) Megahex definition

On the math...
Yep I know people are scared of numbers... anybody wanna explain then
just why the tiling of the planes?
Because nobody is getting a... hummm showing My age, no degrees I'm
aware of YET for gameplay.
Ergo it's a halfway from full on language of precision and the issue
with language that runs like so...
It was small
No no tiny small
Oh ittsy bitsy
Not THAT small
1.3m is there for a reason.
Nerf the scale, there goes precision along with the body relative
feature that makes all that counting...
I got told "I don't read" to a book I'd mentioned but this being said
whilst reading text msg on the aptly termed smart phone...
That's square hexes with the 1" by 1" square made clear and it's
equivalent to the hex in area. How do You square the circle? Kepler
the sob. Sandrekar would approve and that's just Peachy but Gordon
knot so much.
Golum drops the one ring. Where in the hex does it fall?
That's a hex enlarged by a factor of 4 making each of the squares here
~3.25" which is pretty much the span of most palms.
4 of 'em hits that ~12" sq or a square foot and I'z willing to give an
inch for the utility.




On Tue, Dec 8, 2015 at 9:48 AM, Jay Carlisle <maou.tsaou@gmail.com> wrote:
> http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/files/2013/12/ringshexagon_cassini_1016.jpg
> http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/images/cassini/20131204/pia17652bw.gif
> This is exactly how My lat log hexes meet at the circles... uhhhh
> exact isn't being used exactly right there...

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