Blood & Plunder Ship Overview – The Piragua

By Joseph Forster Representing huge dugout canoes made of single logs, the Piragua is the largest boat in Blood & Plunder and fills a fun between-a-boat-and-a-ship place in the game. Faster, more maneuverable, and tougher than both the canoa and longboat, the Piragua is an interesting boat to include in your force and is a … Continue reading Blood & Plunder Ship Overview – The Piragua

Leopards of the Seas – Bermuda Sloops in the Golden Age of Piracy

It could be said that the great warships of the English Royal Navy in the latter half of the 17th and through to the 18th century might be characterized by the Lion. The Lion stands proudly as the figurehead on Albion’s warships throughout the period, its looming muscular power threatening to smash and tear its foe to pieces … Continue reading Leopards of the Seas – Bermuda Sloops in the Golden Age of Piracy

A Beginner’s Guide to Painting and Rigging a Bark

Ships are huge part of Blood & Plunder but they can be an intimidating hobby project, especially if you're new to miniature gaming or don't have a lot of painting experience. With resin hulls and wood and elastic rigging pieces, they aren't your standard Games Workshop gaming miniature. This painting guide is my attempt at … Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Painting and Rigging a Bark