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    The Age of Eagles is a set of brigade level rules for wargaming the wars of Napoleon Bonaparte. The rules are used to fight multi-division, corps or even multi-corps battles such as Borodino, Ligny and Waterloo. It is based on the popular Fire and Fury rules, which has a large following due to the ease of learning the rules.

  • Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from the Portuguese army.

  • Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from Great Britain.

  • Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from French allies.

  • Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

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    Here is part 1 of a selection of photos from the Napoleonic battle of Waterloo that was held at the home of one of our members again this year. Taking several days, the famous battle from 1815 involved many players and two tables full of 25mm troops.

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    Here is part 2 of a selection of photos from the Napoleonic battle of Waterloo that was held at the home of one of our members. Taking several days, the famous battle from 1815 involved many players and two tables full of 25mm troops.

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    Here is part 2 of a selection of photos from the Napoleonic battle of Waterloo that was held at the home of one of our members again this year. Taking several days, the famous battle from 1815 involved many players and two tables full of 25mm troops.

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    A practise night for some of the games which will be shown at Games 2007 was held at Mitcham with only a couple of weeks to go before the big event. Games 2007 isthe open day to the public for Nunawading Wargames Association Inc. (NWA) to show off how much fun wargaming can be.

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    Here is a selection of photos from the Napoleonic big battle held at the home of one of our members. Taking several weekends to fight the famous battle of Waterloo from June 1815, this involved many players and two tables full of 25mm troops.

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    Designing and building an army for Hordes of the Things (HOTT) is one of the more enjoyable aspects of this game system. There are no compulsory army lists that you must follow and the composition of the army is entirely up to your own ideas. Although many ideas are listed in the rule book, there…

  • NWA meeting at Mitcham with the Hordes of the Things, War Machine, World War 2, DBM, Saxon versus Norman, Napoleonics, Warhammer 40K and more.