The Spanish Nationality and Factions

In Blood & Plunder each nationality has certain distinctives that make it interesting and unique. I've been writing a series of articles that look at distinctives of individual factions (there are several¬†factions¬†within each¬†nationality i.e Spanish Militia are very different than Spanish Corsairs) and those articles get into the nitty-gritty details of units, abilities, and strategies. … Continue reading The Spanish Nationality and Factions

Battle a Report – Spanish Tercios vs. French Caribbean Militia

This game was a test game for a new scenario coming out in the next rule book that will be covering more 18th century forces and scenarios. This was a casual 200 point land game with my friend Guy. The Forces I've been playing English in our current campaign so I took this chance to … Continue reading Battle a Report – Spanish Tercios vs. French Caribbean Militia

Battle Report: Campaign Game 5 – Pirate Hunters vs Spanish Militia

My current local campaign has progressed to round 5. This is a non-standard campaign with Guy Rhueark, our "Campaign Master," playing NPC Spanish that players encounter if they fail to bump into another player's ship in our campaign map of the Caribbean. This round, my Pirate Hunters commanded by Thomas Clarke had the task of … Continue reading Battle Report: Campaign Game 5 – Pirate Hunters vs Spanish Militia

Battle Report – Campaign Game 3: 2 vs 2 Battle for New Orleans

Our escalation campaign entered it's third round and we had the option of playing a 2 vs 2 game this round. I had the opportunity to have my South American Tribes help the French Militia defend New Orleans against the invading Ostend Privateers and English Buccaneers. The defenders got 150 points per player and the … Continue reading Battle Report – Campaign Game 3: 2 vs 2 Battle for New Orleans