OneHugeTuck wrote:Do you mean this map? http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v372/ ... ughD-1.jpg
Not sure how that relates hexwise. Do you mean that each hex on that map is a hex, and thus cities are multi hex?
That couldn't be, since no unit could move from one side of the city to another if it wasn't their turn. Or at least, I'd think that'd a bad idea for a city.
Though I haven't looked lately at the other references you mentioned. So maybe.
Outer Korse has two cities, one by the waterfall tunnel, one in the lake below.
Inner Korse had 4 cities, 3 after this last attack. (Maybe 1 more little one.) Inner Korse is a vast sea filled cavern. Kastle Korse is a big capital city at the far side of the sea, with 2-3 little Level 1-2 fishing villages (forgive my memory, it's been a while). The tunnel out is long. Thick mountain wall. Half full of water, half flyable air space.
As far as that altitude scenario, I'd say the inner sea cavern , while technically underground is at mountain or high mountain level. As well as the waterfall tunnel height city. Depends on if you're talking altitude or steepness. Waterfall is straight down, so I'm fine with mountain altitude but vertical drop steepeness. Varies along the mountain chain.
Yes, that's the map I was referring too. When I have time I'll go back through the archives and check see about it. But to me it makes sense to me that moving from city hex to city hex costs 0 move. So even with a unit of 0 move can traverse it.
One example was that a limited amount of siege and heavy units could cross Expository Bridge at a time. Making me think it's a single hex in width and that a hex is fairly small. Also there's the fact that the arrows stop mid-flight indicating another hex boundary. This makes me think it's one hex wide and two or three hexes long (the side of Gobwin Knob, (the neutral middle,) and the side of Jetstone). The bridge is smaller than a city and if it contains at least two hexes in it, a city must contain multiple.
But 5/6 cities? I sold you short (did you name them all?)