Welcome to "Adventures in Lead", a blog dedicated to the hobby of miniature wargaming. The figures and terrain on this site are mainly for a campaign set in exotic "Indostan", a distant land bearing remarkable similarities to 18th century India during the Seven Years War. Bits and pieces from other projects may pop up here as well from time to time, including colonials, gladiators, pirates, dinosaur-hunting and even some RPG'ing.
The actual campaign journal and after action reports for the Indostan campaign can be found on their own blog - "Indostan: The Jewel in the Crown", the link to which is found by clicking the small image below-left.
If you do find anything remotely interesting on this blog please leave a comment, it's what keeps these sites going and their authors motivated - Thanks for looking.

Monday, October 2, 2017

Blood & Plunder: MOAB 2017

So MOAB is now over and was a great success. I couldn't blog any further progress on the build because I was really pressed for time.
In the end I had a week to make around 14 MDF buildings from The Rook and Raven, which I hope to revisit soon and show a detailed tutorial on. These buildings will be available publicly soon, but feel free to contact Adam who will be able to give you some further details.
Here is the finished table:


  1. Looks fantastic! You were basically right next to our table all day on the Saturday and I barely managed to give it a glance. I wish I'd have chance to give it a proper look now.

  2. Great looking set-up and some very interesting looking buildings too - love the harbour!

  3. The plastic over the blue cloth is a great idea. Wish I could have played!!!

  4. Well done and realistic terrain and the vessels - Oh the vessels!
    Bill P.

  5. That's a spectacular table! Lovely work!

  6. That looks great and perfect inspiration as I think about my Haitian table.

  7. Saw this impressive game at MOAB last year. Did the prototype buildings on display ever go into production? Blood and Plunder painting making progress and now looking for some buildings like those. Regards Alan