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Cut a bigger battlemat down to size A straightforward solution would be to buy a standard battle grid, like this one from paizo, and cut it into smaller pieces using sturdy household scissors, x-acto or carpet cutter knives. The main benefit is that this works exactly like the big one with regards to what pen you can use or how to erase it. The paizo ...


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Dry erase markers work very well on clear acetate or poly page protectors. Print your grid, slip it into the page protector sleeve, and you're ready to map and erase. The protectors eventually wear out, but you'll get much more use for your dollar than any commercial whiteboard-like grid you're likely to find. An alternative that I used to use (long ago) ...


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I used an online graph paper maker and purchased a large acrylic sheet from a hardware store (looked for a damaged one for a discount). The acrylic sheet works great with dry-erase markers. The online graph paper maker includes grids, hexes, different weights of lines, etc. Basically, everything you could possibly need. The acrylic sheet also works great ...


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Many years ago, I bought a pad of 1" hex paper from a gaming store. I have no idea who made it but I'm sure a web search can find a supplier. For example, https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1730454032/a4-numbered-hex-pad?ref=nav_search, http://tomeoftreasures.com/tot_nontsr/armory/hex_graph_paper.htm. I also had access to a CAD program, where I made my ...



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