Blood & Plunder

Blood & Plunder is a 28mm miniatures game of pirates and ships for tabletop
warfare! Join legendary sea rovers in the 17th century struggle for national
dominance and personal profit in the Caribbean. This 28mm miniature wargame
brings this period to life with a compelling rule set and the highest quality
models and ships of the genre. Blood & Plunder is designed to capture the
imagination of wargamers and transition seamlessly between land, naval and
amphibious combat using a uniform rule set and scale. 

Blood & Plunder

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  • Regler & Tillbehör
    <p><span style="color:#0d5ea8;font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:13px;">Blood &amp; Plunder is a 28mm miniatures game of pirates and ships for tabletop<br /> warfare! Join legendary sea rovers in the 17th century struggle for national <br />dominance and personal profit in the Caribbean. This 28mm miniature wargame<br /> brings this period to life with a compelling rule set and the highest quality models<br /> and ships of the genre. Blood &amp; Plunder is designed to capture the imagination <br />of wargamers and transition seamlessly between land, naval and amphibious <br />combat using a uniform rule set and scale. </span></p>
  • Dutch
    <p>It is the Dutch in the early seventeenth century who truly scourge the whiskered <br />Spaniard from head to toe. Few indeed hate the Spanish as do the Dutch, and <br />with a vengeance do they follow in the spirit of their Sea Beggar forebearers.</p>
  • English
    <p>In many ways England has revealed itself in the Caribbean to be what Spain <br />has long called it: a nation of pirates! For years, England was limited to <br />Barbados and its sugar, molasses, and rum, and a few other small colonies in <br />the Antilles, but with the capture of Jamaica from Spain—of doubtful <br />lawfulness, but what can Spain do?—England has unleashed its rovers on its <br />hated Inquisitorial enemy. </p>
  • European
    <p>Beyond the major powers and players central to sea-roving Blood &amp; Plunder in<br />the Caribbean there are a number on the immediate periphery. Often powerful <br />in their own right, their influence on Caribbean sea rovers is directly associated <br />with their interaction. </p>
  • French
    <p>French sea rovers were the first to singe the Spanish beard in the New World <br />and France has no intention of letting up. French adventurers showed up on <br />Tortuga Island off the north coast of Hispaniola early in the seventeenth century.</p>
  • Native Caribbean
    <p>If there is one phrase that might best epitomize Native Americans in the <br />seventeenth century, it is “the beginning of the end”—the beginning of the end <br />of freedom, of self-governance, and for some tribes, of existence. </p>
  • Spanish
    <p>Spain! Land of romance and Inquisition! New Spain, New Granada, and Peru <br />along with the adjacent islands, make up Spain in the New World, what we today<br /> know collectively as the Spanish Main of fact and fiction, of romance and reality. </p>
  • Unaligned & Peripheral...
    <p>These adventurers are of all nations, races, and ethnicities, and their sole <br />purpose is to harry Spain—to plunder the Spanish Main! They are English <br />buccaneers, French flibustiers, Dutch freebooters, Spanish deserters, <br />Portuguese seamen, and freed slaves and other men of color, all banded <br />together for common purpose. </p>
  • Ships
    <p>Billowing sails in the tropical winds, a song echoing along the waters. No pirate<br /> or privateer are complete without a fine vessel to call home!</p>

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