Intended to cover everything from skirmishes in the forests of North America, to set-piece battles in Central Europe. Rules emphasize the parity between artillery, infantry, and cavalry. Includes siege and campaign rules. Optional rules adapt the game system to the late 17th century as well.
- Barry Gray
- Siege Works Studios Pty Ltd
- Year Published
- Out of Print
- 90-page booklet, 1 reference sheet, 1 black-and-white mapsheet
| One figure|| 50 men|
2 pieces of artillery with crew
| One game turn|| 15 minutes|
| One inch|| 200 feet|
| Designed for use with 15mm figures|
(double all measurements for 25mm figures)
| Troop Type|| # of figures|| size of base|
(frontage x depth)
| Formed Infantry|| 4|| 3/4" x 1/2"|
| Unformed Infantry|| 2|| 1/2" x 1/2"|
| Cavalry|| 2|| 1" x 1"|
| Artillery|| 1 gun,|
| 1" x 1 1/2"|
Back to RULES DIRECTORY
Areas of InterestRenaissance
Featured Hobby News Article
Featured Showcase Article
Featured Profile Article
The Editor is invited to tour the factory of Simtac, a U.S. manufacturer of figures in nearly all periods, scales, and genres.
Featured Book Review
Originally published by Outland Games. First edition:
The era of Frederick the Great is full of colour and spectacle. Uniforms and flags and vibrant, colourful and vary considerably from regiment to regiment, let alone army to army. Painting and basing your miniatures well is a key component to an all round pleasant gaming experience.
So I thought I might revisit an wonderful article by master painter Greg "Pessa" Perry on doing just that!
This article will inspire you to shake the dust off your neglected paints and paint brushes and begin painting your Koenig Krieg army!
– catalog listing