The Bermuda Sloop is one of the most commonly used ships in Blood & Plunder right now. Check out our video review where we talk all about this ship. https://youtu.be/nKBB9pDsbyY?si=Aze_fDo84zB957FQ This video review gets us all caught up on ship reviews again! Additional Recommended Content Painted Bermuda Sloop Showcase Bermuda Sloop Review Article Attaching Sails … Continue reading Bermuda Sloop Ship Review Video
In this article we will look at how Sweeps work in Blood & Plunder, what ships can use them, what factions they work best for, and if they are good or not. Sailing is a huge part of playing Blood & Plunder at sea. Raising and lowering sails, tacking, wearing, and box hauling. These are … Continue reading Using Sweeps on Ships in Blood & Plunder
Ships are one of the most striking aspects of Blood & Plunder. Sails are one of the most striking parts of a ship in Blood & Plunder! But, the ship kits don't come with sails at all so you are left to your own devices to craft a set of sails for you Blood & … Continue reading Sails for Blood & Plunder Ships
Ship Overview - Bermuda Sloop The Bermuda Sloop is a small swift vessel popular throughout the Caribbean during the Age of Sail. With a shallow draft and high top speed, it was an extremely popular vessel among pirate crews. In the game of Blood & Plunder, it is quickly becoming the most popular ship due … Continue reading 18th Century Bermuda Sloop – Blood & Plunder Ship Overview
Playing Dungeons and Dragons is an exciting adventure where players can take on the roles of different characters and embark on epic quests. One of the most thrilling experiences in D&D is playing as a pirate crew on a ship, navigating treacherous waters and facing dangerous foes. With the right group of players and a … Continue reading Using Blood & Plunder Pirate Ships in Dungeons & Dragons
We have a new Ship Review video up on your YouTube channel. Check out this video on the alternate “Privateer” versions of the Sloop, Brigantine, and Fluyt. https://youtu.be/gbkejE2WIj8
In this video, Dan, Guy, and Joseph review the Heavy Bark alternate rig for the Sloop model. https://youtu.be/0laR-_4_p1o
In this video, Joseph covers the basics in ship rigging while building a Brigantine model. https://youtu.be/c9X4XxInfBE
It's always satisfying to finish a ship project for Blood & Plunder! Check out this Brigantine model all painted and rigged up and ready to raid! The Brigantine is one of the most often referenced ships used by pirates in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. The Brigantine usually have a square-rigged fore mast … Continue reading Completed Brigantine Ship for Blood & Plunder
Here's our video review of the Longboat in Blood & Plunder. https://youtu.be/jBv6NCjZ60s You can find our written review of the Longboat, along with all the other ships in Blood & Plunder, here on the blog.
Check out our latest Blood & Plunder Ship Review: the Bark on YouTube. Bark Ship Review Content: Ship Stats Model Capacity Analysis Weapon Options Special Traits analysis: Simple Rig Shallow Draft Lightly Built Reinforced Bulkheads Uses for Blood & Plunder games & force building Size comparison to the other Ships General Analysis and Performance in … Continue reading Bark Ship Review Video
The Plunder Basics series continues with this short video on painting the windows on ships. https://youtu.be/TNZm9_Ue6SQ
Guy continues his Plunder Basics series with a short video on painting powder burn marks around cannon gun ports on ships. https://youtu.be/4vrjWfu8wGs Enjoy! You can check out his growing playlist of Plunder Basics videos here.
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
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