Blücher is Coming in 2015
Blücher Sneak Peek: Army Building
Along the Danube: Introductory Scenario
GNEISENAU the Blücher Play Aide
Markers for Blücher
Do-It-Yourself Unit Cards
Scharnhorst Campaign Maps
Optional Army Roster
Download the Introductory Flyer:
Extra copies of the force roster for the Longstreet grand campaign:
The Longstreet Card Manifest:
The Longstreet Living Index (MS-Word file):
(Reduced Resolution) Longstreet Covers
Want to try some of the Longstreet game systems for free? Download the “Longstreet-Lite” rules, a 25-page “bare-bones” simplified version of the game, which you can play with the free basic action cards, below.
“Longstreet Lite” (French Version)
The Lite rules are available in French, translated by Eudes Lefevre:
Download the Introductory Flyer.
See some sample pages from Maurice:
Want to try some of the Maurice game systems for free? Download the “Maurice-Lite” rules, a 22-page “bare-bones” simplified version of the game, which you can play with the free basic action cards, below.
For Maurice players:
(Full-Color Cover Page for people who want an extra cover page for their PDF)
Download the Army Lists
Don’t Have Lasalle Yet?
Get a look at Lasalle, download the basing guidelines for all HONOUR games, or peruse the FAQs.
View the list of excellent scenarios for Might & Reason:
- Peterwardien (1716)
- Golnabad (1722)
- Mehmadost (1729)
- Krotzka (1739)
- Mollwitz (1741)
- Chortusitz (1742)
- Kesselsdorf (1745)
- Lobositz (1756)
- Prague (1757)
- Kolin (1757)
- Rossbach (1757)
- Leuthen (1757)
- Hastenbeck (1757)
- Reichenberg (1757)
- Gross-Jägersdorf (1757)
- Krefeld (1758)
- Hochkirch (1758)
- Kay (1759)
- Kunersdorf (1759)
- Minden (1759)
- Bergen (1759)
- Liegnitz (1760)
- Torgau (1760)
- Freiberg (1762)
Want to make your own scenario? Grab the M&R Scenario Template and get started!
The Lion and the Crescent Module
The prolific Greg Savvinos returns with another of his excellent expansion modules for Might & Reason. This time he heads East to cover the wars of the Ottomans, Persians, and Moghuls in the twilight of Asia’s great ‘Gunpowder Empires.”
Sun King Module
All you Marlborough fans can download Greg Savvino’s Sun King module. Greg has seamlessly adapted Might & Reason to the Nine Year’s War, the Great Northern War, and the Spanish Succession, complete with Army Lists, Officers, and points-based DIY.
Alternate Russian Army List
Phil Karecki and I were talking about trying to craft a Russian army list that would better reflect the various Russo-Turkish Wars. If you’re interested, this alternate page replaces the Russian army list in the book, and does (I think) a better job differentiating between the Russian SYW army and the forces they sent against the Turks in the 18th Century.
Updated errata to cover the corrections in the Second and Third printings.
Extended Play Example for New Players:
David Williams has written this very valuable annotated play-by-play account of his first game, in which he both reviews and explains many game concepts for first-time players.
Play-Aids in French (Aides de jeu en français)
Nowfel Leulliot and his West-Paris game club (“Les Immortels”) have prepared French-Language versions of the game charts and quick-reference sheets, plus a French army-builder spreadsheet.
Tips and Tactics for New Players
Organized by the nationality of your preferred army, this set of well-tested tips and tactics comes from the many DIY and tournament games played by the NJMGS Club in New Jersey. Highly recommended for new players, or those choosing which army to collect.