|Wargames rules have come a long way since "Little Wars"|
- Peter Anderson (Gonsalvo) has written in detail regarding the Piquet, Field of Battle rules that they have used to stage battles of various sizes within their group and at conventions.
- Napoleon’s Battles seem to have a large following. MurdocK has made some comments about them under my post about the Napoleon at War rules, Rafa Pardo has used them for many solo battles and has posted a lot of information on his blog and website.
- Black Powder are used by many groups, especially for large, multi-player games (at least two of the recent games of Borodino used these rules, the Hall of Heroes in NSW Australia and the Kiwis in Christchurch NZ. We used Black Powder at games that we joined when we visited the Napoleonic Wargaming Society in Perth last year and earlier this year. I have not yet posted our thoughts from this experience, but ‘Vive l’Empereur’ has written a review of the Black Powder rules.
- ‘Vive l’Empereur’ has also written a review of Grande Armée and has a different impression of Shako from our own. MurdocK has recently posted a report of a game using Shako at the Dak-Kon convention in BC Canada.
- Amongst the many players using General de Brigade are James and his group in Tennessee and the Mortimer Street Marauders in the UK.
- Ben ‘Rosbif’ has numerous battle reports using the NWA’s house rules ‘Cold Steel’.
- ‘Pushing Tin’ used his own Valeur et Discipline rules for the Borodino re-fight that he and ‘Crafthole’ did in September;
- Wargamerabbit (aka Michael) has posted details and instructional videos for the set of rules that they have developed.