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Old April 29th, 2014, 06:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Hyphen View Post
Pet peeve: most of the Old Trav deckplans used a half-inch grid, rather than an actual 15mm one.

The result: 15mm figurines look too big. Or the ships look cramped. Take yer pick.
Hmm, it depends on what scale 15mm figs actually are.

15mm = 2m = .075
12mm = 6 ft = .082
1/2 inch = 1.5m = .085

The last two are actually pretty close...

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Old May 1st, 2014, 11:58 AM
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I seem to remember liking the grid scale used for Fasa's Hotel maps. I don't remember what scale it was though.
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I believe such were 1/2"=1.5M as were the other large format FASA sets.
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