Series: Osprey Wargames

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The Campaign of Leipzig 1813 by Jeff Parker
Dux Bellorum - Arthurian Wargame Rules AD 367-793 (Osprey Wargames) by Daniel Mersey1
WS 1 THE CAMPAIGN OF NASEBY 1645 (Wargames series) by Stuart A. Asquith1
A World Aflame - Interwar Wargame Rules 1918-39 (Osprey Wargames) by Paul Eaglestone2
In Her Majesty's Name: Steampunk Skirmish Wargaming Rules (Osprey Wargames) by Craig Cartmell3
Ronin - Skirmish Wargames in the Age of the Samurai (Osprey Wargames) by Craig Woodfield4
A Fistful of Kung Fu - Hong Kong Movie Wargame Rules (Osprey Wargames) by Andrea Sfiligoi6
On the Seven Seas: Wargames Rules for the Age of Piracy and Adventure c.1500-1730 (Osprey Wargames) by Chris Peers7
Lion Rampant - Medieval Wargaming Rules (Osprey Wargames) by Daniel Mersey8
Fighting Sail: Fleet Actions 1775-1815 (Osprey Wargames) by Ryan Miller9
Black Ops: Tactical Espionage Wargaming (Osprey Wargames) by Guy Bowers10
En Garde!: Swashbuckling Skirmish Wargames Rules (Osprey Wargames) by Craig Woodfield12
Poseidon's Warriors: Classical Naval Warfare 480-31 BC (Osprey Wargames) by John Lambshead14
The Men Who Would Be Kings: Colonial Wargaming Rules (Osprey Wargames) by Daniel Mersey16
Rogue stars : skirmish wargaming in a science fiction underworld by Andrea Sfiligoi17

Related tags


  1. Field of Glory: Wargaming Rules for Ancient and Medieval Tabletop Gaming by Richard Bodley Scott (2008)
  2. The Age of Arthur: A History of the British Isles from 350 to 650 by John Morris (1973)
  3. Battles of the Dark Ages by Peter Marren (2006)
  4. Viking Warfare by I. P. Stephenson (2012)
  5. Warfare in the Classical World: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Weapons, Warriors and Warfare in the Ancient Civilisations of Greece and Rome by John Gibson Warry (1980)
  6. Bush Wars: Africa, 1960-2010 by Ambush Games (2012)
  7. The Varangian Guard 988-1453 by Raffaele D'Amato (2010)
  8. Lords of battle : the world of the Celtic warrior by Stephen Allen (2007)
  9. DBM Army Lists: 476AD to 1071AD Bk. 3: De Bellis Multitudinis by Phil Barker (2002)
  10. Queen Victoria's Little Wars by Byron Farwell (1972)
  11. The Welsh Kings: Warriors, Warlords, and Princes by Kari Maund (2000)
  12. Armies of the Dark Ages, 600-1066 A.D. by Ian Heath (1976)
  13. Agincourt 1415: Triumph Against the Odds by Matthew Bennett (1991)
  14. 1644 RULES FOR BATTLES OF THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR: Rules for Battles of the, English Civil War, Thirty Years War, European Conflicts of the 17th Century by Rick Priestley (1990)
  15. The Little Emperors by Alfred Duggan (1953)

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