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    I recently found some of my grid paper and lo and behold I find Quarter Centimeter grid paper, QUARTER CENTIMETER. thats one fourth of a centimeter the square is as big as... this a, maybe smaller And the other side has half centimeter which I can find a use for easily but dang, quarter centimeter. so anyways this might be redundant but does anybody have any ideas for use of that?
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    yeah but I meant what should I graph, I guess I could do a really big mine or something, I just want to see if there is actually something I can graph on it, sorry I'm a little excited about it.
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    1/10" graph paper is very useful (0.25cm = 1/10.16" so it's close enough). 1 square = 1 foot was the traditional use for this graph paper in our group. Others like to use it for knitting and needlepoint layouts.

    I used to have a whole tablet of C-sized paper in this rule but it got water damaged during a move and had to be thrown out.

    If you're looking to do large-scale, consider a city town. There are folks looking for such things, I understand.

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    You could map a town for halflings !

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    Mines and natural cave systems come to mind... sewers would be good too
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