Blood & Plunder: Unboxing a Pile of Treasure
Arrr… What be better than a stack full of gifts for Christmas? How about a pile full of treasures and a case to hold it in?
A while back, I ordered an absolute ton of Blood & Plunder miniatures from the folks at Firelock Games. On top of that, Feldherr was good enough to send me their MAXI PLUS miniatures case to house them all in. I was very surprised to see how well this case held my miniatures for Blood & Plunder.
Now, I already reviewed this case in a written post on Bell of Lost Souls in my post called The Miniatures Case Good Enough for the Girls of ‘South Park’. Today, I focus more on unboxing a pile of Blood & Plunder minis and showing you how they all fit in a Feldherr case. I also give you the review in the form of a video rather than as a written post.
With regards to this project, I changed up my Blood & Plunder collection a bit. Recently, I donated away some of my previous collection of Blood & Plunder figures to a friend. In their place, I bought this pile of miniatures. This is all in the video, but let me show you some pictures of this treasure trove that I bought myself.
Filling a Feldherr case with Blood & Plunder Miniatures – Unboxing and Review
The point of this post is to showcase the video below. In it, I unbox all of the miniatures pictured above and pack them away in the case. It gives you a bit of a combined review of the Feldherr MAXI PLUS miniatures case and also shows you over 100 miniatures as I unpack them and give them all a new home in this case. If you run into any problems with the video below, this link will take you to the same thing on YouTube.
My Donated Miniatures
As I mentioned earlier, I had a few miniatures that I decided to give a new home to. I gave these ones to my friend Dave. He is a painter who does commission work and who has a lot of painted showcases on Must Contain Minis.
It will be interesting to see what he does with those miniatures. I find Dave to be a great painter and he always surprises me with how fast he can paint up figures. In fact, one of my recent posts is of some Blood & Plunder miniatures that he painted.
Wrapping it up…
Thank you for joining me in this quick unboxing article. I really do hope that you spend some time and watch that video above. In it, you get to see what is in a lot of Blood & Plunder starter sets right out of the box. If you are still looking for Christmas presents for yourself, looking at Feldherr and Firelock Games are both great ideas. I am a fan of both companies. Before finishing up, let me tell you more about my site…
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