A unit of water is the water contained in an area with a hex as its base and a height of 5 feet.
|Unit Material||Approximate Weight (lbs)||Gallons when liquid|
|Light, fluffy Snow||900||110|
|Cloud, Fog||10||Less than 1 cubic inch|
1 gallon of water weighs approximately 8 lbs 1 litre of water weighs approximately 2 lbs
A unit of earth is the earth contained in an area with a 5 foot hex as its base and a height of 5 feet.
|Unit Material||Approximate Weight (lbs)|
|Wet Soil, Clay||14,000|
A unit of air is the air contained in an area with a hex as its base and a height of 5 feet.
A unit of air weighs approximately 10 lbs
A unit of fire is the the fire contained in a hex with a height of no more than 5 feet. Hexes with flames that reach higher than 5 feet are considered more than one hex, one for each 5 feet of flames.