The LBG website is currently undergoing some renovation and does not supply a list of what battles are included in which sets.
Someone asked about that on CsW and I'll post the answers here.
Napoleon's Battles-- Base Game scenarios
Valmy 1792 “Revolutionary Ardor” (1794) Novi 1799 Marengo 1800 Auerstadt 1806 Raab 1809 Talavera 1809 Albuera 1811 Gorodetschna 1812 Craonne 1812 Quatra Bras 1815 Waterloo 1815
"Revolutionary Ardor" is a historically based but generic fight capturing the armies of that date. It can be fought between the French and the Austrians or against the Prussians- it has charts for all three.
Scenario Pack 2
Eylau 1807 Medina del Riosecco 1808 Vimiero 1808 Corunna 1809 Aspern-Essling 1809 Salamanca 1812 Borodino 1812 Leipzig 1813 Ligny 1815
As you might expect, several of these are "big" battles and have multiple pages involved in the charts.
Scenario Pack 3
This set takes a different approach that many really enjoy. These are smaller battles, or rather "pieces" of battles. Each is set in the historical context of a campaign or large battle, but they allow players to focus in on specific elements... You don't have to set up the entire Battle of Borodino to try out attacks against redoubts, as one example.
These battles let players explore tactical and operational situations with a faster set up/faster conclusion. Good for tournament play or just shorter sessions.
German Meeting 1794 Linear Army on Defense 1796 Russo-Turkish War 1805 Attack vs Defense 1805 Linear Army on Attack 1806 Assault on River Heights 1806 Spanish Meeting 1808 Field Fortifications 1809 Cavalry Clash 1809 All-Out Assault 1809 Austrians at Bay 1809 Italian Meeting 1809 Attack on a Ridgeline 1811 British Army on Attack 1812 Attack on Redoubts 1812 Havelberg 1813 Defending Quatra Bras 1814 Delaying Action 1814 City Fight 1815