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September Releases Available From CMON

Three factions are getting reinforcements this month for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game from CMON. House Stark is calling on their longtime allies, House Tully, and getting the Tully Cavaliers. The Lannisters are using the faithful to fight for them with the addition of the Poor Fellows. Meanwhile, further north than even House Stark, the Night's Watch are bringing their Veterans of the Watch as well as their Builder Crossbowmen (pting! pting!) to the field.

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September is here and that means a new set of releases for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game are hitting shelves. This month, the Starks, Lannisters, and Night’s Watch are all getting some new troops to reinforce their numbers. Let’s take a quick look at just what players can expect to find.

House Stark and House Tully have been allies for as long as anyone can remember. The bonds are strong that whenever the Direwolf marches to war, House Tully is sure to lend support. In times of great trouble they will send their hardiest unit, the Tully Cavaliers, out to fight. These heavy cavalry troopers are masters of the cavalry charge. Every mounted unit’s charge can turn the tide of battle, but the Cavaliers have turned it into an art form. Their lance attacks are truly devastating. The unit’s respect among their fellow troops is such that others will have their morale bolstered by their mere presence close by on the battlefield. This unit can be a new centerpiece to any Stark force.

For the Poor Fellows, their faith is the only armor they need on the battlefield. They have full conviction that what they’re doing is right, and they attack any who oppose their religion with fanatical zeal. While not trained and wearing little more than rags, this unit is one to be reckoned with on the battlefield as they are constantly finding new recruits for their cause, letting their numbers swell every round. Such is their devotion, that they will gladly lay down their own lives if they know it will do equal damage to the enemy. The Poor Fellows are a strong unit to tie up enemies and hold objectives with their constant regeneration.

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