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Blood & Plunder Sea Template Set with Turning Gauge and Wind Direction Compass

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About this item
  • Laser-cut MDF turning gauge and articulated wind direction compass
  • Blood & Plunder is a 28mm historical miniatures war game set in the 17th century during the golden age of piracy.
  • This product is part of the Blood & Plunder Series
The Sea Template Set includes a laser-cut MDF turning gauge and articulated wind direction compass accentuated by seventeenth century-inspired design to help you navigate your ship in Blood & Plunder sea battles.

(Some assembly required.)

Product Details

MPNFGD0053
UPC852946007816
Minimum Age12 Years
Made inUnited States
Ship Weight4 Ounces
Scale28mm Scale
Character FamilyUnit Pack


Main CategoryBoard Games
Sub CategoryMovement
Product LineBlood & Plunder
BrandFirelock Games
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03/29/2021
Curtis M.
United States United States
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Blood & Plunder Sea Template Set

The template set was easy to assemble. The engraving on the templates needs to be somewhat darker to be easily seen. One could add a wash into the lettering to accomplish this goal. There were no directions included for use of these templates in relation to the B&P rules. There are no directions for use I could find for the Wind Direction Compass in the B&P rules. The Compass has plus and minus numbers that appear as the wind direction disk is rotated, but no explanation I could find for how this is to be aligned with the heading of a ship under sail. The Turning gauge is very useful for playing the game.