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Blood & Plunder Rulebook FGD 0001Add to Wish List
Blood & Plunder Rulebook features an innovative initiative system with simple and intuitive rules. This fast paced, highly tactical ruleset set in the 17th Century Caribbean during the age of piracy, can be played on your average kitchen table in about 2...
Blood & Plunder: Brigantine FGD 0016Add to Wish List
Brigantine: Quick, sturdy and well-armed, the brigantine is suited to handle nearly any situation. This ship’s shallow draft and mixed rig configuration gives it a versatility which made it very popular among Pirate and Privateer crews. Contents:(*This unpainted ship does not...
Blood & Plunder: English Militia Unit FGD 0032Add to Wish List
English Militia were generally better equipped than their Spanish counterparts. Usually armed with muskets, these units were drilled in typical European tactics. Contents: Four 28 mm unpainted lead free pewter miniatures
Blood & Plunder: English Nationality Stater Set FGD 0012Add to Wish List
This bundle includes twenty-five 17th Century 28mm English Miniatures and allows you to build a 100 point force of either: English Buccaneers: Privateers and sometimes pirates sailing out of Jamaica to raid the towns and commerce of the Spanish Empire. English...
Blood & Plunder: European Forces Activation Deck FGD 0082Add to Wish List
These custom decks produced by Firelock Games represent the individual nationalities and include all relevant game data printed on the card faces.
Blood & Plunder: Flibustiers Unit FGD 0041Add to Wish List
Flibustiers are second only to the Boucaniers in experience in raiding Spanish ships and settlements. Like most French fighting men of their time, they preferred to quickly move into close action where they could quickly bring their braces of pistols...
Blood & Plunder: Forlorn Hope Unit (Buccaneer Storming Party) FGD 0031Add to Wish List
Forlorn Hope were sent ahead of Buccaneer raiding parties to foil ambushes and secure crucial strategic positions. They were typically equipped with muskets, pistols, and grenadoes, and were known for their fierce tenacity. Contents: Four 28 mm unpainted lead free pewter...
Blood & Plunder: Freebooters Unit FGD 0030Add to Wish List
Freebooters were English New Worlders from all walks of life who mastered the musketry tactics of the old French boucaniers. They were skilled in all manners of combat, possessing notable proficiency with their muskets. Contents: Four 28 mm unpainted lead free...
Blood & Plunder: French Boucaniers Unit FGD 0042Add to Wish List
The Boucaniers were the predecessors of both French Flibustiers and English Freebooters. Known for their deadly accuracy, these hunters of mainly French origin originated from the western end of Hispaniola and lived a rough backwoods life. It wasn’t long before...
Blood & Plunder: French Buccaneer Commander FGD 0038Add to Wish List
Contents: One 28 mm unpainted lead free pewter miniatures
Blood & Plunder: French Nationality Starter Set FGD 0014Add to Wish List
This starter set includes 25 French models and allows you to build a 100 point force of either: French Buccaneers: Made up mainly of Flibustiers and Boucaniers sailing out of Tortuga and Petit Goave to raid the towns and commerce of the...
Blood & Plunder: Lanceros Unit FGD 0037Add to Wish List
These Spanish Lancers were elite fighters who adapted the use of European pole-arms to their dense Caribbean environment. Masters of ambushing and stealth, these guerilla units moved swiftly through any terrain and were notoriously skilled in melee. Contents: Four 28 mm...
Blood & Plunder: Legendary Figures - Francois l’Olonnais FGD 0025Add to Wish List
Jean-David Nau (Francois l’Olonnais) was a famous French Flibustier who was known both for his naval actions in the Caribbean and for his cruelty. His nickname was Francois l’Olonnais, but also “Flail of the Spaniards” which represents the frightful cruelties...
Blood & Plunder: Legendary Figures - Henry Morgan FGD 0026Add to Wish List
Legendary commander of the pirate army, Captain Henry Morgan’s genius was his ability to turn a mob of rouges into an organized military force. His famous sacking of Panama was so shocking that it caused an international controversy that altered...
Blood & Plunder: Marineros Unit FGD 0036Add to Wish List
Spanish Sailors were excellent seamen, and those from the Bay of Biscay were thought of as especially skilled and brave. Equipped with pistols, they were known to be deadly in brawl. Contents: Four 28 mm unpainted lead free pewter miniatures
Blood & Plunder: Marins Unit FGD 0039Add to Wish List
French sailors had great experience in naval combat from their many engagements in Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Americas. Usually armed with a fine French pistol, they were known to excel at boarding actions. Contents: Four 28 mm unpainted lead free...