An exotic land of untold riches. A land culturally divided by race and caste. A land of a thousand divine religions. A land of heat, disease and death.

Indostan. A land at war.

While the remnants of the Great Gurkani Empire tosses in its death throes, a myriad of warring princely states and their private armies vie for the imperial throne. Both Britain and France, served by the British East Indostan Company and La Compagnie des Indostan, respectively, have harbored invested interests in Indostan for decades, conducting relatively peaceful and lucrative enterprise with the blessings of the last of the Gurkani Emperors. But with a war in Europe brewing and the volatile state of affairs in Indostan, each has been forced to back a royal claimant and join the war. Who will triumph in the relentless heat and claim Indostan as the Jewel in the Crown...?

This blog is dedicated to a wargaming campaign set in a fictitious 18th century India, using the Sharp Practice rules. Gathered here are all of the after action reports of the games played, location and character bios, as well as information on the terrain and miniatures used. Enjoy.


Prince Shahi Paneer - The son of Aloud-Din, the now deceased Nawab of the Septic. After his father was killed in battle over the Septic crown, against Puli Sadam, Shahi Paneer fled to the British for protection. He opposes Puli Sadam's claim to the crown from his seat of power at Richmonopoly.

Puli Sadam, Nawab Subadar of the Pecan - With support of the French, Puli Sadam has proclaimed himself Lord of all the Pecan.

Chunda Alott, Faujdar and Nawab of the Septic- The Nawab of the Septic, subject of Puli Sadam, Lord of the Pecan. He has his seat of power in Aszole.

Ali Basheer - Shahi Paneer's  favored emissary.

Fak I’maal -  (Status 2) A personal bodyguard of Shahi Paneer.

Raja Hedid Sukdeep - The Raja of Putpari

Prince Hekan Sukdeep - The son and heir of the Raja Hedid Sukdeep of Putpari. Prince Hekan leads a personal crusade against Putpari's many bandits that plague the region, patrolling with his force of armored horsemen the rugged hill country in the north of the kingdom. He is known to despise all the foreigners that are meddling in Putpari affairs.

The White Tiger of Putpari - The semi-mythical leader of a large bandit force that raids into neighboring kingdoms from the rugged Putpari hills. The bandits are said to be comprised of mainly displaced warriors originally in the Nawab's employ, the White Tiger himself, once a Sirdar. The mere sight of the White Tiger's banner  drives fear into the hearts of most men.

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