I prefer ( as for RPGs ) only one generic rules system with specific rules added for the regarded historic period ( as Gamesha Games rules or Massimo Torriani products ) but in this case nothing comes to my mind.
gilius: You can find the various Field of Glory Renaissance rules here on the Osprey Publishing website.
A quick Google search brought up the following beyond what had been already suggested here, some of which I've come across before, some not. I've just given sample links, but you should be able to find more, reviews, etc., via similar searching quite easily.
Årnfelts has Hakkaa Päälle, a free PDF download supplement to convert their "Gå På" rules for the Thirty Years War. Unfortunately, "Gå På" (2nd edition) is out of print on the Årnfelts' website, but it looks as if you can still buy hardcopies of both the first and second edition at Lulu.com here, which more importantly also has an e-version PDF of second edition for $6.21 you can download immediately.
Warlord Games have Pike & Shotte, which has supplementary materials covering the Thirty Years War here.
Partizan Press did a supplementary set for their Forlorn Hope ECW rules, Forlorn Hope: 30 Years War, which are now owned by Caliver Books, but checking their webpage today, this seems to be no longer available from Caliver, as the link from this page is dead.
Wargames Research Group have the older De Bellis Renationis rules, based on George Gush's earlier Renaissance rules, which I think is a straight reprint of the 2004 rules, but it also includes what used to be the separate army lists. I found copies of the 2004 rules (only) were still available on the Keep Wargaming site today, while Lulu.com has the newer reprint plus army lists for $21.11 + shipping.
The Piquet rules have a separate Thirty Years' War supplement Anchor of Faith, available via the Lancashire Games website, but of course, you'd need both the main rules and supplement to play.
Post by belisarius2ca on Sept 10, 2015 1:03:04 GMT -9
This is late but I have the figures based to play Black Powder Pike and Shotte. I placed them on foam core strips for the musket and a foam core block for the center pike stand. I am going to re-base them with the nice looking stands I have down loaded from One Monk.
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