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Using BibLaTEX's subentry as in \usepackage[backend=biber,subentry]{biblatex} to bundle multiple references into one citation via \defbibentryset{set1}{ref1,...,refn}, how can I have each reference start on a new line within the corresponding entry in the list of references?

Just to be clear, I'm not looking for block=par, which adds line breaks even within individual references.

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If we examine the punctuation that is being added we see:

Added punctuation

So something like

\renewcommand{\entrysetpunct}{\addperiod\par}

should do the job, probably.

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