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The geography of [[Erfworld]] is divided into a hexagonal grid.{{Erf|1|046a}}  Each hex has an associated x,y coordinate.{{Erf|1|010}} [[Units]] are not permitted to cross hex boundaries except when on [[Turn]]{{Erf|1|115}}; however, units are able to move freely within a hex, and move objects, such as notes, across the hex borders.
The geography of [[Erfworld]] is divided into a hexagonal grid.{{Erf|1|046a}}  Each hex has an associated x,y coordinate.{{Erf|1|010}} [[Units]] are not permitted to cross hex boundaries except when on [[Turn]]{{Erf|1|115}}; however, units are able to move freely within a hex, and move objects, such as notes, across the hex borders.
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Hexes are further divided in to square-sets<sup>[[LIAB_Text_45]]</sup>. How many squares are in a hex is as yet unknown.
 
For more information on hexes and how they are used, see [[Movement]].
For more information on hexes and how they are used, see [[Movement]].

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Proposed Canon

The geography of Erfworld is divided into a hexagonal grid.Erf-b1-p046aSame-site.PNG Each hex has an associated x,y coordinate.Erf-b1-p010Same-site.PNG Units are not permitted to cross hex boundaries except when on TurnErf-b1-p115Same-site.PNG; however, units are able to move freely within a hex, and move objects, such as notes, across the hex borders.

For more information on hexes and how they are used, see Movement.

Known Locations

Speculation

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