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Once more it's early in the A.M. and I'm up. That's just my schedule. But I've got another batch of galleries to show off from Day 2 of Gen Con. Remember, the best way to see these immediately is to follow us over on our Facebook page. Anyway, let's get to it!
The Media Event that CMON held here at Gen Con gave us a chance to check out what they have coming down the pipeline in terms of new releases. One of the games people were most-interested in was A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. The Kickstarter campaign was a success, making sure that this game has a great starting point to go from.
The A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game Kickstarter campaign continues to roll along, like a river. Rivers are certainly something the Tulley Sworn Shields know about. And they're going to be bringing that river's strength to the game. They've been included as an optional add-on to the Kickstarter.
This week, to me, is just rocketing by. Though I'm in my Thursday shirt, it certainly feels like it should only be, like Tuesday or something. But no, it's Thursday. Which, of course, means that, a week from this posting, many of us will be in downtown Indy, chest-deep into Gen Con's first day.
... I have so much stuff still to do...
*stares wide-eyed at nothing in-particular*
... Ok, but before then, we need to make your gaming tables look good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: War Sands: Fantasy Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargames, Battle at the Mummer's Ford Added to A Song of Ice and Fire Kickstarter, Promethium Rig Added To Tubular Buildings Kickstarter, and Acheson Creations Releases next six products from Dungeon Worlds 3 Kickstarter.

One thing that CMON really does go out of their way for their games is making some great artwork for them. In order to show that off, they have added the Deluxe Rulebook for their A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game to their Kickstarter campaign.
This week is still rushing by. That's not a complaint, mind you. This weekend I plan on helping a friend get settled into his new place. Of course, that means unpacking board games. And if a couple of those games just happen to get played before they get sorted onto the shelf, that's just the sort of risk one takes in life. But before we get there, we need to make sure everyone's gaming tables look as good as possible.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Terrain Sets Added to A Song of Ice and Fire Kickstarter, Dark London Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, and New Items Added to WarStages Kickstarter.

The A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game Kickstarter continues on. The campaign has more than doubled its funding goal as players look to pick up the starter set for the game. Well, starter sets are just that, a start. You'll want to add to that, and now you can with these new add-ons for various units.
Well, this is one that a lot of you have been anticipating, I'm sure. CMON has launched their Kickstarter campaign for A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. In the game, players take control of the forces of one of the major Houses of Westeros. The starter set brings you House Stark versus House Lannister. The figures are pre-assembled and in colored plastic, so you can tell what faction they work for at a glance. The starter has plenty to get you going, including various options for unit attachments and who players can use as their army's commander.
Sure, many times, you might just want to set up your armies on the board and go crashing them against one-another. There's absolutely nothing wrong with that. But maybe you want something a bit different. Well, for the A Song of Ice and Fire Miniatures Game, coming to Kickstarter soon, there are 5 different game modes you can engage in, helping keep the game fresh between each play-through.
Well, I mentioned that it was going to be this month that the Kickstarter campaign for A Song of Ice and Fire Miniatures Game was going to happen, and I was right. And we're just a couple weeks away from it! July 25th and 3pm (Eastern), you'll be able to put in your pledge for the new fantasy miniatures game from CMON.
The Kickstarter campaign for the A Song of Ice and Fire Miniatures Game launches later this month. I'm sure a lot of you are excited about that. I'm always excited to see the new miniatures. One such group is the Stark Outriders. We get a look at their 3D renders in this preview.
Are you excited about the A Song of Ice and Fire Miniatures Game? I'm guessing you are. It's alright. It's only natural. I know a lot of you are wanting to know more about the game before its Kickstarter launches next month. Well, to help with that, CMON has posted up a short interview with the designers where they talk about what it's like working with the IP and what they wanted for the game.
We're just a couple weeks away from the launch of the A Song of Ice and Fire Miniatures Game Kickstarter (as we know it will begin sometime in July). As such, it's a good time to show off some more renders for figures that'll be part of the game. In this preview, we get a look at the Lannister Halberdiers.
As with the end of every CMON Kickstarter, they've announced when the next one will be. In this case, it's going to be the A Song of Ice and Fire Miniatures Game. And while we don't have the exact date yet, we are being told that it will be sometime next month. So start saving your nickels now.
When you're wealthy, you can trick out your troops with the best. That's just what the Lannisters do in A Song of Ice and Fire Miniatures Game coming from CMON. Their swordsmen have better arms and armor than just about anyone else out there. Though, since you can't spend money when you're dead, they don't always stick around to see that armor get bloodied. It's a fine balance that commanders will have to maintain when running them as a faction. In this preview, we get a look at some of the sculpts for the Lannister Guards.
One of the most-anticipated miniatures games that will be hitting your gaming tables is A Song of Ice and Fire, a game that will let you recreate the George R.R. Martin book series right on your tabletops. CMON has posted up an overview article about the game, giving you a bit of a look at what you can expect. This is the first of what will be more in-depth previews leading up to the Kickstarter campaign.
Hey everyone. We’re here at CMON Expo 2017 at the A Song of Ice and Fire panel. This is the first real chance people are getting to hear about the upcoming miniatures game from designers Michael Shinall and Eric M. Lang. On the panel, we have Eric, Michael, and Guille (producer for the project). This is a Q & A fashion event, so I’ll be getting you as many of the questions and answers as possible.
Also, at the bottom, I got a bunch of pictures of some of the miniatures that will be in the starter box for the game (note: the miniatures shows are resins and not the final production plastics)
So let’s get to it!
So, there's been a lot of big news over the past couple days. Arguably one of the biggest was that CMON is going to be making A Song of Ice and Fire miniatures game. Well, they posted some photos from the show, including a couple preliminary shots of the miniatures (along with a look at some other things they're working on).
So, this is one of the ones I've really been having to bite my tongue about for the past couple months. I've been playtesting the A Song of Ice and Fire Miniatures Game. Yeah, it's not been easy to not go, "Hey! Everyone! Look at what I'm playing!!!" I think you're going to like it. It's a great mix of a rank-and-file miniatures game that runs smoothly like a skirmish game does, with great scale-ability. Meaning you can easily play a small skirmish between just a couple units, or have a huge battle where entire houses are attacking each-other on the battlefield.