Updated rules and extra game materials from the publishers home page here.
From the Publisher:
These four games explore the major battles of 1806-07, where the French Army encountered two different opponents with different capabilities, from the leadership-challenged Prussians in Saxony to the chaotic battle conditions in winter against the Russians. Based on OSG’s Special Studies, which provide a turn by turn narrative of the four battles. Each game shows the approach to the battlefield on the day before battle. The Jena-Auerstädt game has both battlefields on one map and allows both sides to re-deploy before battle. Set at the scale of Napoleon’s Last Battles-525 yards per hex and one hour turns-the game retains the Command System of Commanders and Corps Officers.
JENA-AUERSTÄDT-13-14 October 1806
PULTUSK/GOLYMIN-24-25 December 1806
EYLAU-7-8 February 1807
FRIEDLAND-13-14 June 1807
Napoleon’s Last Battles system, following Four Lost Battles: 525 yards (480 meters) per hex, 1 hour per turn, 500-800 men per strength point. Each game lasts about 40 turns.
Four 22 x 34″ full-color maps
Two Rulebooks (36 pages and 24 pages)
One 2″ game box
Two counter sheets = 560 units
Three player aid sheets
Four player aid cards
Two decks of 50 playing cards = 100 cards
Napoleon’s Last Battles (NLB-Series)
– scale = 480m/hex,
– time = 1hour/GT,
– strength = 500-800 men/SP.