The French. The bases have the names of the divisional or brigade commanders. These are water slide decals provided on a separate sheet.
The Allied side. These guys have more damage and a couple of missing figures. Also both commanders flags have snapped off. The black base has raised areas for the tan bases to fit.
Some of the extras included in this set. Bases and a few figures. Some of the cavalry bases (only the Allied side) are quite small and narrow, but the figures do stand up.
The time/casualty tracker dial. An interesting piece, the indicators are independent. The game is divided into 15 minute moves, and Napoleon has to get a victory before the Prussians arrive.
The movement calipers. These are two piece items that click together. The backside is notched to keep the calipers at the selected distance. They also serve for artillery fire range.
The vinyl battle Matt. This one has been rolled up roughly for some time and has creases and wants to roll up again. But I think some mild heat from a hair dryer or some such might help the vinyl relax and smooth out.
Close up of Hougomont. Note the numbered black rectangles. This is for the placement of units at the start of the game.
La Haye Sainte.
Mont St. Jean.
Environs of Pappelotte.
A second sheet of water slide decals for the bases included in my purchase.
The Rule book.
I won’t post the rules as the blog “Vintage Wargaming” asked Airfix for permission and posted them.
So here’s the link for that:
HERE’s the rules:
He also has more pages on the game, just advance to “newer post”.
In response to request for more pix of the calipers:
Some box art on the sides: