What about if you unplug the stator from the R/R? Will it run then?
What's the voltage at the battery? How 'bout the voltage with everything unplugged from the battery (all power AND ground leads removed)?
Voltage at each fuse in the fuse block?
Are all your fuses good? Don't check them visually... Pull them out and check the ohms.
Check all grounds, as well.
Some of that stuff might be irrelevant, without knowing voltage and ohms of certain components, you might as well just check everything. Sounds like a bad stator, which cooked the battery. But, without more info it's impossible to say. Like I said, without a multimeter the best you can do is replace things until it works. Which is expensive and time consuming. And if you replace things in the wrong order, you're just gonna burn stuff up again which leads to a wild goose chase.