Foot soldiers and cavalry and bears! Oh my! That's what we've got this round in terms of new releases for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. Bloody Mummer Skirmishers, Baratheon Wardens, Dothraki Screamers, and Free Folk Skinchangers are all now available to add to your armies in your quest to take over the Iron Throne of Westeros.
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The Dothraki are effectively born riding a horse. They are equestrians of the highest caliber, with even their main troops being cavalry. If you're looking to add some more thundering hooves to your House Targaryen forces in the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game, you don't have long to wait. The Dothraki Screamers box will be hitting shelves tomorrow. But before you head down to the LGS, you can find out what they're capable of in this article.
Poison dart frogs. Caterpillars. Certain berries. Sea slugs. What do all of these have in common? They "dress up" in very loud, bright colors to let you know just how dangerous they are. That's the same thing the Bloody Mummers do. They head to battle in bright, garish clothing. They're also very dangerous. Soon, A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game players will be able to add this unit to their forces. But what do they do? Let's take a look.
House Baratheon technically currently occupies the Iron Throne, with Joffrey Baratheon being seated there. However, Renly and Stannis, brothers of the now-dead Robert, are looking to take it for themselves, removing the Lannister influence entirely. They're headed to war and are bringing House Baratheon's large military with them. The mainline troops of that army are the Baratheon Wardens. Soon, players in the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game will be able to bulk up their forces with this unit's stand-alone box. Let's take a look at what they'll be getting.
Well, I know what faction I'd be playing if I got into the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. The Free Folk are getting a bear. Multiple bears, in fact. Granted, it's not a full bear faction like I've been wanting in games forever, but it's something. The Skinchangers box set is different than most Unit Attachments in that it's more than just a single figure that comes with it. Have yourself a look at how this unique set works.
Tomorrow, we'll get the next full batch of updates for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. If you're like me, whenever a game you play is getting updated, you're chomping at the bit for every bit of info you can get. Will your favorite units change? Will a unit that gives you trouble get updated? What's going to happen in the meta? Well, to help out some, CMON has another preview of what changes will be coming, along with a look forward at the game after those updates hit the street.
CMON is working on more updates to the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. The updates focus around the newer factions, including the Free Folk. One of their stand-out figures are the Giants that they can bring to the board. Well, they're getting an update. How are these behemoths changing? Find out below.
CMON's A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game is getting some more updates, as they want to make sure the game's as balanced and fun as possible. The relatively new factions are the ones getting the bulk o fthe updates this time around, with the Night's Watch having several. In this preview of the upcoming changes, we get a look at Qhorin Halfhand and what he'll be up to in the new version.
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.
Game as complex as the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game are always moving and growing. What a game designer and playtest group might decide is good for an initial release might not end up being the best thing in the end, and so tweaks need to be made. That's what gets you a healthy game. Well, CMON wants their minis game to be healthy, so they've posted an update. Have yourself a look and make sure you're using the most up-to-date rules.
It's always important to make sure you have the most up-to-date rules for the games you play. There might be something that's not working entirely as intended and the game designers are trying to fix it. That's what we've got here for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. CMON's posted an updated for the Free Folk and Night's Watch factions that has some adjustments in the units and how they work.
A new faction is now available for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. Across the sea, the Dothraki ride under the command of Khal Drogo and Daenerys Targaryen. She's looking to retake the Iron Throne, formerly under her family's control. With an army of the best riders in the world, she just might do it. But the Targaryen Starter Set isn't the only new release. The Stormcrow Mercenary Company is also making itself known with two units available to anyone willing to pay the price.
There are many mercenary companies in Westeros. Each one has their own unique style. A commander who wants to bolster their numbers, and has the money to pay for it, can get some of these warriors-for-coin to join the battle. In the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game, players will soon have two Stormcrow Mercenary units they can recruit. In this article, we get a look at just what you're buying.
The Horse Lords are coming. From across the sea, the Dothraki are making their way to the Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. Invading next month, the Targaryen Starter Set is unlike others from the game, being composed of only cavalry units. Players will have a fast, hard-hitting, but slightly fragile army to toss onto the field. Let's get a look at what they can do.
It's here. The 1.5 update for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game has been released. There's been quite a lot of changes, and so everyone will want to check out just what all has been changed. You want to make sure you're using the most up-to-date rules, after all.
We're just about a week away from the 1.5 update for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. As players are wondering what will change, CMON has a new preview out, taking a look at a Stark and Lannister unit that will be getting some changes made. Have yourselves a look.
The 1.5 Update for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game rapidly approaches. This is seeing the game get a mid-sized overhaul of its system and many players are anxious to see what changes will happen. In this update, we get a look at some more Unit and Unit Attachment updates. Make sure you're playing with the right rules!
CMON is giving the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game a big overhaul, soon to be coming out with version 1.5 of the game. Since edition changes tend to make gamers wonder what's going to change, CMON doesn't want to wait until the release for people to be informed. In this preview, we get yet another look at the changes, this time peeking into "major" rules changes (quotations theirs).
The A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game lets players head down onto the battlefields of Westeros and lead their own force looking to take King's Landing and place their own candidate on the Iron Throne. The game is getting a fairly significant update, moving to version 1.5 soon. Of course, people want to know what these changes will entail. In this preview, we get some of the general game mechanics that are getting reworked.
The A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game is getting itself an update. Before we get the full 1.5 update, they're showing off some more of what'll be changing. This time around, we get some attachment and unit updates. Make sure you're using the right rules!
Just a single change to an army list can drastically affect how it plays. With the Neutral Heroes #2 box, most players in the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game will get a wealth of new options. There's new Attachments, there's new NCUs, there's even new Commander options, all in one box. In this preview, we get a look at some of the figures that will be coming out in the box later this week.
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?
A new trio of box sets are available for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game from CMON. If you're looking to add a long-range punch to your Night's Watch, some armored-up members to your Free Folk, or just some terrifying foes for pretty much any army, you'll want to check them out. Also, along with that, we've got an update about some changes that are coming to the game's Game Modes and the tourney scene.
Reach out. Reach out and touch someone.
That's what the Builder Stone Thrower crews say as they're loading up another payload. This new catapult for the Night's Watch gives some super-long-range punch to the faction. Check it out.
House Bolton is well known for its cruelty. Meeting them on the battlefield is bad enough. Just make sure you don't get captured and taken back to their keep. A horrifying fate awaits you. The Bolton Blackguards are the House's main troops, and soon, they'll be making their way to the tabletops in the Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. In this preview, we get a look at just what players can expect.