As most of you know the Wars of the Roses is one of my favourite eras to wargame using DBA 3.0 and BBDBA.
Many a campaign has raged between York and Lancaster. As time has gone on I have found that during campaigns there is a time when smaller forces meet and fight a skirmish or small battle. I used DBA for these but the feel was somehow not quite right.
I then came across a set of rules by Andy Callan called "Never Mind the Billhooks". Using about 100 figures a side it aims at re-fighting large skirmishes and small battles specifically for WotR. Very old school and uses buckets of dice but gives a fast and enjoyable game.
Battle opens with a maneuver phase. Each side moving units in turn until onr unit attacks or shoots at another. From then a turn is comprised of turn cards which activate leaders who can then give orders to their units (Wards), or activates skirmishers and artillery if any or get a bonus card which gives a variety of situations, some good, some bad, depending on your view point.
Each army has moral tokens, one for each unit in the battle, a token is surrendered for every unit that fails a moral check, breaks or is wiped out. They can be re-gained by rallying daunted units.. The battle is lost if you run out of moral tokens or your CinC is killed.
For those who like large skirmishes could be worth looking at.
The rules can be picked up from Wargames Illustrated web page as a PDF for £6.