Baratheon Champions of the Stag: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
House Baratheon's philosophy of heavy arms and heavier armor extends even to its cavalry. The Champions of the Stag are some of the heaviest armored in all of Westeros. These mounted knights head to battle in full plate, their huge destrier horses kitted with full barding. Yet, they still remain rather maneuverable during battle. These knights can be used as a flanking force, or simply plunged straight into the heart of an enemy formation.
The Champions of the Stag unit for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives Baratheon commanders a heavy cavalry option for their forces. With strong Defensive Save and Morale stats and multiple wounds per figure, they can withstand enemy attacks very well. They are also formidable on offense, gaining special bonuses with their Champions Wrath ability, which grants Critical Blow and forces the enemy to become Weakened if they roll any 1s when making Defensive Saves against their attacks. Truly a strong unit to have on the battlefield.
This is an expansion, A Song of Ice and Fire: Baratheon Starter Set is required to play.
Baratheon Attachments #1: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
With the death of Robert Baratheon, many have put in claims to be the next rightful person to sit on the Iron Throne. For House Baratheon, two people have made that claim. Both of Robert’s brothers, Stannis and Renly, have each decided it is their turn to rule. This has torn House Baratheon in two as half has thrown in with Stannis while the other half backs Renly. With House Baratheon’s great resources, each still has a chance to be the next to rule from King’s Landing.
The Baratheon Attachments #1 box set for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives House Baratheon players a host of new options when they’re building their armies, whether it’s for Stannis or Renly. Some of the Unit Attachments will work for both brothers, while others can only be added to particular forces. Either way, these new options will bolster House Baratheon’s already well-equipped troops, making their armor tougher, their speed faster, or letting them last even longer on the battlefield.
Neutral Stormcrow Dervishes: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
The Stormcrow mercenary company is well known throughout all of Westeros for their love of money. When hiring them to fight their battles, the different Houses know how to get the best out of them: simply offer them more coin. The Dervishes are one of the most prized items on the mercenary's menu, being their most veteran skirmishers, ready to fight hard for a price.
The Stormcrow Dervishes unit box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives commanders a new melee unit that they can add to their ranks. Being a Neutral unit, most factions can bring them to the table. With moderate speed, they can make their way quickly to the enemy, where they are the masters of hit-and-fade tactics. They are quite adept with their pair of long knives, hitting reliably and throwing a large number of dice. Like other Stormcrow units, when targeted by the Wealth space on the Tactics Board, they can make a free Attack, making this unit even more deadly.
This is an expansion, A Song of Ice and Fire: Starter Set – Stark vs Lannister is required to play.
Hedge knights are independent knights who wander the Seven Kingdoms seeking employment with major lords. They are so-called because it is said they are so poor that they cannot afford to stay at inns, but sleep under hedges by the roadsides.
Greyjoy Starter Set: A Song Of Ice and Fire Core Box
“A lion may be fierce enough on land, but at sea the kraken rules supreme.” - Victarion Greyjoy
Bannermen! Soon the full might of House Greyjoy will arrive along the shores of Westeros, ushering with them a horde of ruthless raiders and cunning captains all eager to claim the crown for themselves!
House Baratheon is a House divided. However, even at only partial strength, they can field an army that’s more than a match for any other force in Westeros. The Rose Knights are King Renly’s finest warriors. Their armor may seem simply ceremonial, but it is made of the strongest steel, and the soldiers that wear that armor are likewise as tough and dedicated to seeing their King on the Iron Throne.
The Rose Knights unit box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives House Baratheon players a new, hardy unit on the battlefield. The Rose Knights will only fight for King Renly, but when they take the field, their strong melee attacks and ability to restore wounds while simultaneously dealing them to the enemy makes them a difficult unit for opposing players to fully wipe out.
Night's Watch Builder Crossbowmen: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
The Builders are the designers, engineers, and craftsmen that keep the Night’s Watch stocked with arms and armor, as well as create and maintain the siege weapons along The Wall. But everyone in the Night’s Watch must be ready to take up arms when a threat to Westeros appears, including the Builders.
The Builder Crossbowmen unit box gives Night’s Watch commanders a dedicated ranged unit for their forces. Not very swift and lacking heavy armor, the Crossbowmen are still capable of dishing out damage at a distance. Their regular attacks have Sundering, meaning that they can easily pierce enemy armor, while their Order allows them to get a free attack on any enemy foolish enough to try and charge them.
Night's Watch Attachments #1: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
The Night’s Watch will gladly take in anyone and everyone in order to bolster their ranks. They are evil-vigilant protectors of the Wall, keeping Westeros safe from the terrors that lie farther north. Battles against these horrors quickly weed out anyone who is unfit for the Black. All that remains are the grizzled veterans. These knowledgeable warriors are often dispersed throughout the ranks of other units, sharing their expertise with others and bolstering their fighting prowess by their presence.
The Night’s Watch Attachments #1 box set for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives Night's Watch players a whole host of new options when building their forces. It contains 10 new figures that can be added to units giving them new abilities and orders. Some are even units in their own right. Use them to bolster a unit’s weaknesses or make their strengths even stronger, ensuring that at the end of the battle, the Night’s Watch once more stands triumphant against anyone that would threaten Westeros.
Lannister Attachments #1: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
House Lannister looks to maintain control of the Iron Throne and is willing to spend any cost in order to make it happen. Their coffers are open, and they are hiring the best soldiers in Westeros to lead their units. These combat veterans bring expertise, training, and cunning not found in the average man of the line. They can elevate an ordinary unit into elites by their mere presence.
The Lannister Attachments #1 box set for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game brings House Lannister players 11 new figures that they can use to augment and customize their current collection. From Guard Captains to Assault Veterans to the Clegane Butcher, these new Unit Attachments will bring plenty of new tools to the Lannister’s repertoire.
House Stark is known for extolling integrity, justice, and loyalty. Those that flock to the Direwolf’s Banner feel that what they are fighting for is right. This feeling is instilled in the officers that are in charge of the units within the Stark army. House Stark might not have the deepest coffers, but what they lack in raw materials they make up for in determination.
The Stark Unit Attachments box set gives House Stark players in the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game 11 new Unit Attachments that they can use to customize their forces. They can enhance their troops with the likes of Sworn Sword Captain, Umber Champion, Crannogman Warden, and more. Each one will allow Stark players to build an army that fits exactly the type of battle they want to fight.
Night's Watch Starter Set: A Song Of Ice and Fire Core Box
In the far North, at the very edge of civilization in Westeros, the Night’s Watch tirelessly guard The Wall against any and all incursions. Formed from the discarded men in society (the lower sons, the criminals, and the bastards), they train hard and are equipped well to face the many horrors looking to sow chaos further South. They will need that resolve to keep Westeros safe.
The Night’s Watch Starter Set for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives a player everything they need to start a Night’s Watch force. It contains two units of Sworn Brothers, a unit of Veterans of the Watch, a unit of Ranger Trackers, plus many characters and unit attachments, such as Jon Snow, his Direwolf Ghost, and Jeor Mormont. It also has dice, tokens, terrain, and everything else required to start playing right out of the box.
Bloody Mummer Zorse Riders: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
To stand out among all the different mercenary companies in Westeros, one must get creative. For the Bloody Mummers, they have decided that every aspect of their look must be as flamboyant as possible. That doesn’t just mean bright clothing for themselves, but even to the animals that they ride in combat. Not content with the various horse breeds, they have instead opted to ride zorses, a combination of a horse and a zebra.
TheBloody Mummers Zorse Ridersunit box for theA Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Gamegives commanders a bright new cavalry unit to use in combat. Being a Neutral unit, they can be taken by most commanders. The Zorse Riders are masters at flanking maneuvers. When catching an enemy in the side or rear, they get several different bonuses, both offensively and defensively, potentially ruining an enemy’s plans before they even begin.
n all of Westeros, there are many a swordsman or woman who lay claim to be the best in all the land, but unless they were one of the seven of the King’s Guard, that boast would most assuredly be simply hot air. The King’s Guard include the seven best soldiers in the kingdom. With the duty of protecting the king from harm, they have to be.
The Lannister Heroes II box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game brings many new options for Lannister Commanders. Included in the set are the seven King’s Guard, each one a character with their own stats and special abilities. Also included is King Joffrey Baratheon. Considering how popular Joffrey is as king, the King’s Guard will certainly have their work cut out for them.
Baratheon Starter Set: A Song Of Ice and Fire Core Box
King Robert Baratheon is dead. And while his (alleged) son Joffrey sits on the throne, there are other Baratheons who have also made claim to the kingdom. Both Renly and Stannis Baratheon have laid claim to the Iron Throne and they are willing to fight to take it. House Baratheon might be internally divided, but their troops are still just as strong as ever on the battlefield.
The Baratheon Starter Set gives players everything they need to make their claim on the Iron Throne. It comes complete with a rulebook, dice, measuring sticks, stat cards, and miniatures to field a full army in theA Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. Players will get two units of Baratheon Wardens, and a unit each of Baratheon Sentinels and Stag Knights. Along with that, there are Unit Attachments and NCUs, including characters such as Renly and Stannis Baratheon, Alester Florent, Shyra Errol, and more.
The R’hllor Faithful bring their conviction in their god to the battlefield in service of Stannis Baratheon. These holy warriors anoint their blades in sacred oils and set them alight, causing vicious wounds with each slash. Whenever their faith is tested, they only become more deadly to the enemy. Accompanied to battle by a Red Priestess, a unit of R’hllor Faithful is ready to stand against any foe.
The R’hllor Faithful unit box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives House Baratheon players a new, faithful unit to add to their ranks. Their burning blades deal terrible wounds to enemy forces with each slash, going through armor easily. The unit can also gain Faith tokens for passing Morale tests, letting them gain access to new special abilities during the fight. The unit comes with the Red Priestess unit attachment, who can send terror through enemy ranks.
Night's Watch Veterans of the Watch: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
Far in the north of Westeros, The Wall protects the civilized lands from the dangers that lurk beyond. Manning The Wall is the Night’s Watch. These discarded sons of Westeros have sworn to protect those that cast them out against any and all that might threaten them. Such conditions are harsh, and not many survive to become veterans. However, those that do are some of the fiercest fighters in all the land.
The Veterans of the Watch Unit Box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives Night’s Watch Commanders a strong and tough unit on the battlefield. With both good offensive and defensive stats, the unit can be used in multiple different ways. They can be a vanguard going into enemy forces headlong, or held back to defend vital objectives, or they can be sent in as reinforcements for those allies that are floundering. However they’re used, the Veterans of the Watch will certainly be a formidable sight on the battlefield.
Lannister Poor Fellows: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
The Poor Fellows do not wear fancy armor. Their weapons are whatever was close by when they headed into combat. But enemy Commanders that discount their prowess in battle will soon find themselves overrun by fanatics.
The Poor Fellows Unit Box gives Lannister Commanders a unit full of surprises on the battlefield. Having only moderate combat abilities, their true strength comes from passing Morale tests. That gives them a Faith token that can later be spent to deal direct Wounds to enemies. The unit also continually regenerates its numbers as the battle goes on, calling up new faithful to join their ranks each time they activate. The unit can be on the verge of destruction one turn, then swell back to full combat strength in a couple turns.
Of all the Great Houses of Westeros, there is none more wealthy and ready for war than the Lannisters. Wars are fought with money, and the ability to arm troops with the finest steel and equip them with thick armor in order to keep them alive and hacking at the enemy goes a long way towards standing victorious at the end of the battle.
The A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game Lannister Guardsmen unit box comes with 12 Lannister Guardsmen figures, one Guard Captain Unit Attachment, a Movement Tray, and all associated Unit cards. These soldiers are not the fastest, or even the strongest, in the war. What they do have is an incredible level of defense, giving them the ability to wear their opponents down. Wars are won by those with the will to continue fighting.
Stark vs Lannister Starter set: A Song Of Ice and Fire Core Box
A Song of Ice & Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game lets players take control of their favorite Houses from the novels represented by trays of high-quality, pre-assembled miniatures and lead them into battle against their opponents. Players can recreate their favorite moments from the series or create their own stories. What if the Red Wedding never happened, and Robb Stark assaulted King’s Landing? Now fans can find out!
Battles can range from large-scale wars with hundreds of miniatures to simple skirmishes between a few units without complicating the elegantly designed rules. The game features several unique systems, including alternating activations that keep the players engaged; a Rank System that changes a unit’s capabilities as the battle rages on; a Tactics System that provides strategic powers fueled by a finite resource each round; and, most importantly, the iconic Heroes, such as Robb Stark and Jaime Lannister, that can change the course of war both on and off the battlefield.
The Stark vs Lannister Starter Set has everything needed for two players to fight epic battles. Containing forces for both House Stark and House Lannister, players build their armies, select leaders, construct their tactics deck, and engage in one of five different game modes.