2020 has been... a year... for sure. But at this time of year, it's best to look to the future to what the new year will bring. That's what we have here. CMON is giving us a look inside where they're headed with the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game in 2021, straight from Michael Shinall, the game's designer, himself.
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The flames rise up and with them we see flickers of what the future holds for the game, loyal Bannermen...
Michael Shinall here, designer of A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game, and this is the first in a series of articles going over some revamps and changes you’ll be seeing coming to the game early next year.
You may remember at the beginning of this year, with our 1.5 Updates, you saw numerous revamps across the factions to units to give them boosts and adjustments. This was handled via our website and the War Council App (highly recommended download if you haven’t already).
Many players requested physical card packs for these updates as well, and it was an item we were indeed working to create until... Well, 2020 happened. This unfortunately caused our production timetables to be moved back and become rather erratic. One item that was heavily affected by this was the updated card packs, which would have been a collection of allthe updated cards across all the factions (since the individual faction changes just weren’t numerous enough to package on their own).