Category Archives: 1805 – 1815 Napoleonic Wars

ET SANS RÉSULTAT (ESR) Napoleonic wargame rules review

ET SANS RÉSULTAT  (ESR) is a comparatively new and exciting ruleset from The Wargaming Company designed to reflect Napoleonic battles at Army and Corps Commander level.  The title comes from a quote from Marshal Ney after the slaughter at Eylau … Continue reading

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1815 Game using FIELD of GLORY NAPOLEONIC Rules

Last night the Wargamorium saw a clash between the Allied Army together with some Prussian units and the French Armée du Nord somewhere in Belgium in 1815 using the Field of Glory Napoleonic rules (FoGN).  This was our first time … Continue reading

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French victory at the Battle of Kiel

  Last night brought yet another victory to Napoleon’s eagles at the Battle of Kiel when the French army stormed to victory and decisively defeated a Prussian army which tried to block its path. The Prussians put up a gallant … Continue reading

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Napoleon at War – Allies versus Allies

Today saw an all-day mega game in the Wargamorium as we gathered to have another go at using the Napoleon at War Rules.  This is a steep learning curve for us all as these rules – which appear to be … Continue reading

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Napoleon at War – Russians versus Prussians

Russians and Prussians clashed last night in the Wargamorium in a fictitious battle just to help us to learn the rules better as these will be the rules of choice for the tabletop battles in the upcoming Napoleonic campaign which … Continue reading

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1815 Fight for Hougoumont using Man at War Rules

  I was delighted to accept an invitation from Christian and Dominique to play a Napoleonic game in Brussels using Man at War Rules and based on the attack on Hougoumont during the battle of Waterloo in 1815. The scenario … Continue reading

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