Firelock unveils Native Caribbean miniatures for piratical wargame Blood and Plunder


01 March 2017
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17016926_1270595643018006_429908560983166773_o-27503.jpg One of the Native Caribbean models
Title raised $215,000 on Kickstarter last year

Miniatures maker Firelock Games has taken the wraps off four new Native Carribean figures headed to its buccaneering wargame Blood and Plunder.

Four different poses were revealed for the faction’s archers, including a squatting scout, firing marksman, sprinting warrior and one character reloading.

The figures feature distinct apparel and features, sculpted by Firelock modeller Brian Rundlett.

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All of the models are produced in pewter, complementing the resin ships in the game.

Blood and Plunder raised $215,594 on Kickstarter last May and was shipped out to backers at the end of the year, arriving at the beginning of 2017.

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