|1 hex = 20 miles|
The area is commensurate with modern day Senegal, Gambia, the southern edge of Mauritania and western Mali.
"I just wanted to let you know how great my first game back with my players since the classes was. I had not expected to be able to hold onto the class material so well, nor to see such a quick improvement, but I had a huge success with my players.
I had a really great time playing with their emotions: at one point they found a mysterious magical object which then led to a back-and-forth discussion as to whether or not it should be kept, which gave me a great chance to play their fear against their desire for acquisition. I also found myself able to withhold information from the players better without betraying any hints, and the simple descriptions also helped keep their attention. I even was able to start the game off with the poker-face list of what is going on: "you see birds flying, people moving around your campsite, blue light glowing out of the nearby monastery, the river rushing past..."
|A very small sampling, showing that the base market for this|
calculation is Barcelona, recently added to my tables (the distance
is 1 hex, so that everything made there is divided by itself).
|1 hex = 20 miles or 32 km|
|Forgive the medieval measurements. They're appropriate for the |
time being described. 2.47 acres = 1 hectare
|This is what 10,000 hours of writing looks like.|
|Not that anyone wants to talk about this.|