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Blood & Plunder


Blood & Plunder is a 28 mm historical miniatures war game set in the 17th century during the golden age of piracy. The game is played out on a tabletop using custom terrain and 28 mm miniature figures and ships.

This highly immersive and tactical game system takes players into the 17th-century world of bloodthirsty pirates, desperate militiamen, and ferocious natives. All of them in a constant struggle to control the wealth of the New World! Games can be played on land, at sea or a combination of both using a streamlined set of gaming rules that will present new and veteran wargamers alike with unique tactical challenges. The game was created with the consultation of Benerson Little, a re-known pirate historian, and author in order to insure as much historical accuracy as possible.


  • Sloop


    Sloop: Sloops are small swift vessels which sail well to windward and can venture close to shore. These fore and aft rigged ships were preferred among smugglers and coastal raiders.Contents(*This unpainted ship does not include flags or sails. Some...

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  • Spanish Starter Set

    Spanish Starter Set

    This starter set includes 25 Spanish models and allows you to build a 100 point force of either:Guarda Costas: Spanish privateers licensed to suppress piracy and smuggling in the Caribbean that were often accused of piratical acts by the English and...

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  • Tartana


    The Tartana is a popular Mediterranean merchant vessel adapted for use in the Caribbean by the Spanish and the French. Sporting a two-masted fore & aft lateen rig and able to carry a decent armament for its size, the Tartana makes for an excellent...

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  • Unaligned Nationality Starter Set

    Unaligned Nationality Starter Set

    This bundle includes 25 models and allows you to build a 100 point force of either:Brethren of the Coast: These adventurers are of all nations, races, and ethnicities, and their sole purpose is to harry Spain—to plunder the Spanish Main! They are...

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  • William Kidd

    Socialite, patriot, pirate. The English privateer, Captain William Kidd, was an enigmatic figure who proved how thin the line was between countryman and outlaw. Before his fateful voyage to the Indian Ocean, he was regarded as a capable and faithful...

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  • Zeelieden

    Progeny of the North Sea and heirs of the Sea Beggars, the Dutch sailors of the seventeenth century are uniquely equipped to be masters of sea and sail. A great deal of romance is attached to mariners in the culture of the Netherlands; regarded as the...

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