Saturday, April 14, 2018

Six-mile Hex Map

A hex-map in which the diameter of the hexes depicted is equal to approximately 6.67 miles. These maps are created in order to give a detailed account of the infrastructure, or amount of civilization present in a smaller area than appears on typical 20-mile diameter sheet maps.

These maps typically provide information on the comparative amount of food, production and wealth produced by each hex, as well as providing detail on tributary streams that do not appear on sheet maps, as well as hills, mountains and a more precise idea of the geographical spread of civilization and wilderness is provided.

An example of a 6-mile hex map is shown below (from southern Norway):

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