Federalist marshal wrote:Based on my simple calculations, one hex would be roughly one mile across.
Viliam wrote:Federalist marshal wrote:Based on my simple calculations, one hex would be roughly one mile across.
This seems realistic. But Wesnoth does not aim for reality; one hex is simply one hex -- analogies to reality are just for player's imagination. Just like in chess you should not worry too much about the size of squares.
Samantha wrote:But if the hexes can change sizes like that then it raises the problem that when the hexes get large scale the units on the map become *significantly* faster!
I mean, a unit that can cover 6 10-foot hexes in two hours (one turn) can ALSO cover 6 1-mile hexes in the same two hours?
I just assumed that the town shrank
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