Saturday, April 14, 2018

Two-mile Hex Map

A hex map in which the diameter of the hexes depicted is equal to approximately 2.22 miles or 2,175 acres. These maps are created in order to give a detailed depiction of the world for when the party chooses to settle down and become very familiar with a small area. These maps are 1/3rd the scale of the six-mile hex map and 1/9th the scale of sheet maps.

These maps provide locations on smaller towns, forts, cobbled and dirt roads, ponds, lakes and resources.

An example of a 2-mile hex map is shown below (representing southern Kosovo):

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