This November, a new House is coming to the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. House Baratheon is hitting tabletops. Robert Baratheon's brothers, Stannis and Renley have each decided that they're the rightful heir to the Iron Throne. Unfortunately, since they both want it, House Baratheon is a house divided. Which will you back? And will either of them succeed?
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Many are seeking claim of the Iron Throne. While King Robert did have a son, his brothers are making strong claims that one of them should govern from King’s Landing. And while Stannis and Renley each have only some of the allegiance of House Baratheon on their side, that still amounts to a very strong fighting force on the battlefield. Though House Baratheon is a House divided, the might of the Stag is one to be reckoned with. Soon, a new contender will take to the field in the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. The Baratheons are coming to the field in a big way with a new starter set. Let’s take a deeper look into how the faction worksand what players can expect in this new box set.
Let’s start with something that helps define a faction’s playstyle: its Tactics deck. For House Baratheon, they excel in making their own units punishing to attack. They have cards to counter-attack enemy units, gets final attacks when a unit is destroyed, or issue a charge from a close-by unit when someone is attacked, among others such as restoring wounds to their units.
The main focus for the Tactics deck comes from controlling the Crown and Tactics sections of the Tactics board, granting extra bonuses for their cards such as adding in Condition tokens to other effects, or bolstering a unit depending on which zones the House controls.