Fast Play Napoleonic Rules

These Fast Play Napoleonic Rules are described by the author as DBA-esque via Fire and Fury.

Napoleonic Fury

Napoleonic Fury is a Napoleonic adaptation of the classic Fire and Fury rules.

Cold Steel Miniatures Rules for 1690 to 1850

Cold Steel is a set of free wargames rules for the period 1690 to 1950 offered by Historic Enterprises. The first release offers the basic rules, plus specific addendums for the Wars of Napoleon and the War of 1812. The nice thing about the rules is that they offer a flexible scale system, with each figure representing between 5 and 60 men. This should allow you to fight a wide variety of battles with the same rules set.

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Port and Cigars Napoleonic Rules

Port and Cigars is a set of free wargames rules for the Napoleonic period. The authors write:

usable in all scales and all base sizes; by God I don’t care a Damn if you use cardboard chits.

They draw upon decades of research and literally hours of watching” Sharpe”.

With these rules you can follow Wolfe to Quebec , Wellesley to Assay. , Stand in line as your Prussians deliver their automated volleys or lead the charge of your Cuirassiers as they punch a hole in anything in their path.

Port & Cigars is playable in a hour. Time for glory on the tabletop and enough to repair down the tavern; (with a few bottles of wine,) to celebrate your victory.

It uses a single D6. No modern twenty sided or D percent here thank you! If the D6 has served us for a hundred years it shall serve a hundred more!

Here you can finally use all those armies you bought but are about to E-Bay because all other rules systems suck. Two plastic box sets and your army is ready. No quibbling over vague rules anymore as quibblers are flogged senseless the moment they start.

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Republique Napoleonic Rules

The War Times Journal offers a set of free Napoleonics miniatures rules called Republique.

The War Times Journal also offers orders of battle for Jena-Auerstadt, Waterloo, Busaco, Wagram and Dresden.

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