Hex

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A hex is a magical spell, usually with malevolent purposes such as a curse.

Hexa– is a prefix from the Greek word for 'six' (hexa,ἕξ), e.g. in hexagon, a polygon with six corners.

Hex or HEX may also refer to:

Computers and technology[edit]

Pennsylvania Dutch[edit]

  • Pow-wow (folk magic), the Pennsylvania German magical system of "hex work"
  • Hex sign, a barn decoration originating in Pennsylvania Dutch Country of the Northeastern United States

Entertainment[edit]

Television and film[edit]

  • Hex (TV series), a British television programme
  • Hex (Doctor Who), a character in the Big Finish Productions audio plays based on the television series Doctor Who
  • Hex (Ben 10), a villain in the Ben 10 franchise
  • Hex (film), a 1973 film starring Keith Carradine, Gary Busey, Dan Haggerty, and Hillarie Thompson
  • Jonah Hex (film), a 2010 film based on the DC Comics character
  • The Hex Girls, a fictitious, gothic girl group in the Scooby-Doo franchise
  • Stephanie Bendixsen (born 1985), presenter for Australian TV show Good Game known by the gamertag Hex

Music[edit]

Literature[edit]

Games[edit]

  • A tile of a hex map in wargames
  • Hex (board game), a board game played on a hexagonal grid, theoretically of any size and several possible shapes, but traditionally as an 11x11 rhombus
  • Hex: Shards of Fate, an MMO trading card game by Cryptozoic Entertainment
  • Hex (video game), a 1985 computer game for the Amiga and Atari ST

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