Friday, 8 December 2017

8 x 15 hex grid for Hexblitz

My wargame table is 3' x 4' (90cm x 120cm), and I can just about fit an 8 x 15 grid of Hexon II hexes on it without any problem. As a result this was the size of grid that I used in my HEXBLITZ play-test, the Battle of Alderstadt.

As I am thinking about revisiting and possibly re-writing these rules, I decided that I ought to produce a suitable 8 x 15 blank hex grid with co-ordinates ... so I did.

The illustration shown immediately above is in .gif format. It can be downloaded into a program like MS Paint and used 'as is' or saved into .bmp format, and then used.

Although I retain the copyright on this particular grid, I give permission for users to download it for their own personal use. If it is used in any publication (printed, electronic, or in any other format), I expect my copyright to be acknowledged.


  1. Hi Bob,

    I would be very interested to see a revised version of Hexblitz and am thinking that for my own purposes using Heroscape and the 1/600th kit may work quite well.

    Another thing to ponder....

    All the best,


    1. David Crook,

      I think that the combination of HEXBLITZ-type rules, 1:600th-scale models, and Heroscape hexes will work quite well.

      All the best,



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