Recently, I found myself charting my way through various Facebook Groups looking for what is new. When checking out Firelock Games Facebook Page, I found ….
Category: Firelock Games
Firelock Games makes some of the nicest looking miniatures and models that I have ever seen. They produced their first game as a historical 32mm 16th century pirate game. This game focuses on tall-ships and privateer action in the Caribbean Sea. They called it Blood and Plunder.
Blood and Plunder is visually stunning and there is a good set of rules there too. I mean, just take a look at that ship!
As you can see, Firelock Games makes absolutely gorgeous models.
Their next adventure into the world of gaming is a 1/600 tall ship game that they just successfully Kickstarted. This game they called Oak & Iron. There is a lot of potential in this one and I look forward to the game’s release.
If you haven’t heard of Firelock Games, be sure to check them out. They run out of Florida in the United States.
The posts in this section all feature their products in some way. In some cases, their miniatures are in a showcase or review showing off another company’s product, but more often, the posts are about Blood & Plunder or Oak & Iron.
Firelock Games Posts…
It has been some time since I last wrote about Blood and Plunder, but the game looks great and plays just as good. In this ….
In this post, I showcase a Painted Captain Morgan Miniature for Blood and Plunder. The guys at Forbes Hobbies painted the two miniatures in this ….
In today’s post, we take a look at Blood & Plunder’s Native Warrior Unit. Firelock Games sent me these miniatures as a sample for their ….
In this post, I review a ruined building by Six Squared Studios. This building, in particular, I believe is a prototype and 3D printed by ….