Several armies are getting some updates in the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. The designers have found that some items aren't working entirely as intended and are trying to rectify the situation. Of course, that means players are getting a better game experience, but they do have to make sure they've got the most up-to-date rules. In this post, we get a look at Rattleshirt and his followers of bone and how they're changing.
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Bannermen, last time we discussed some changes to the Night’s Watch, today we’re going to venture even farther north than the Wall into the realms of the Free Folk! If you want to catch up on these changes, you can begin reading here.
When it comes to Free Folk, the ideology is you have a faction of cheap, expendable forces meant to outnumber your opponent. This is done through Raiders, Spearwives, and various other cheap options. While you can certainly build an army that just floods the table via these choices, adding a number of “elite” units gives you that extra punch you might need. Elite in Free Folk is a bit subjective, but let’s go over one of the particular units that received a look at with the changes and how they were affected.