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    Hex Terrain

    Has anyone seen the Hex Terrian system?

    If anyone has it is worth buying ?

    if you want to see some go to www.kallistra.co.uk




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    Proparbly very nice to use...
    Gives a lot of variation of the battlefield....

    But personally I don't like it very much, makes distance judging too easy.
    Sure it can be used in a positive way for me, but then again so can the opponent.

    I would say it is much like regular modular design, just that this is hex blocks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonslayero
    But personally I don't like it very much, makes distance judging too easy.
    Sure it can be used in a positive way for me, but then again so can the opponent.

    I would say it is much like regular modular design, just that this is hex blocks...
    Distance guessing -actually I never thought of that andI usally play against a cannon-heavy armies

    Regular module design - Are there others like this?



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    Depends on what you mean by other...
    The proparbly are sites that sell standard modular design terrain, but then agian it is just as easy to just make the terrain yourself

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    Whats the best way of making a storeable 6*4 Games Table?



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    whats considered modular terrain? i knida thought thats what you did with terrain tha wasnt attached to the board

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJK
    Whats the best way of making a storeable 6*4 Games Table?

    with or without legs? what size does it need to be stored?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hovoc
    with or without legs? what size does it need to be stored?
    A tabletop that can be stored in a small shed, I was thinking two 3*4 boards hindged together but I don't know how to pull that one off

    I am pretty bad at DIY



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    Quote Originally Posted by TJK
    A tabletop that can be stored in a small shed, I was thinking two 3*4 boards hindged together but I don't know how to pull that one off

    I am pretty bad at DIY

    piano hinge on underside of the two boards, and add some kinda of locking mechanism, to keep it from folding when your playing, lowes, home depot, aimes, whatever has all you need there, most places have helpful employees as well, tell them what you wanna do and they can help out

    you can add removable legs as well

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    Cool, Thanks for that



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