Night’s Watch Stone Thrower Crew: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
In the northernmost reaches of civilized land, the Night’s Watch man The Wall, keeping Westeros safe from the wild things roaming beyond. The Builders are there to maintain the troop’s arms and armor, as well as create massive siege weapons to contend with the monsters of the frozen north in safety upon The Wall.
Smaller versions can be taken to battle when the Night’s Watch march to war as well. The Builder Stone Thrower is an artillery piece that Night’s Watch commanders can bring with them to battle. Extremely cumbersome to move and poorly armored, the Stone Thrower more than makes up for it in offensive power. The Thrower has no upper limit to its range, lobbing boulders over troops and terrain to land where needed. The huge rocks it launches crush anything they land on with no Defensive Saves allowed. The larger the target, the more damage they can do!
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 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.
Night's Watch Sworn Brothers: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
In the far North, the brotherhood of the Night’s Watch keep an eye on any terrors that would assault Westeros. They are the unwanted. The lower sons, the criminals, the bastards, the outcasts. But in the Night’s Watch, they find a place and a purpose. Outfitted with rugged, warm armor and massive swords, they fight against Wildings and any other horrors with stoicism born of hard training.
The Sworn Brothers unit box forms the core force for the Night’s Watch in the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. Their strong armor deflects blows and their training keeps them from running off easily. On the offensive side of the scales, their prowess with the greatsword is second to none, dealing critical strikes and sundering even the toughest enemy armor. Meanwhile, the Watch Captain Attachment lets the unit have two Vows assigned to the unit at a time.
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.
Night's Watch Deluxe Activation Banners: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
During battle, communication between a commander and their troops is extremely important. Many great battles have been won and lost because one side was able to more-effectively utilize its resources because of superior communication. Banners have been used for centuries as a communication technique. When the Iron Throne is on the line, every detail matters.
Th Deluxe Activation Banner set gives commanders an easy way to keep track of which of their units have activated and which are left to go. The set contains 10 premium plastic banners, each attached to a 30mm base. The banners can be placed next to a unit to show that it has activated, or on its unit Stat Card. When the unit starts taking casualties, the banner easily fits into a space on the units movement tray.
Night's Watch Conscripts : A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
When one makes their way into the Night’s Watch, they aren’t simply made a Sworn Brother immediately. While the organization has traditionally lax rules for recruitment, there is still a period where those that sign up are simply conscripts, being used where necessary to keep those south of The Wall safe. Eventually, if they survive, and with proper training, they will have the opportunity to join the Night’s Watch proper.
The Conscripts Unit Box for the Night’s Watch army is not as strong or as tough as many of the other units available to Night’s Watch Commanders. However, what they lack in abilities they make up for in ease of fielding. Night’s Watch units can get costly points-wise to bring to battle, so the Conscripts can help balance numbers closer to equal. And the Watch Recruiter Unit Attachment can help any unit in the Night’s Watch army work just a bit more efficiently.
Night's Watch Builder Scorpion Crew: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
Life on the Wall can be hard, but the Brothers of the Night’s Watch look out for one-another. It doesn’t hurt that they have formidable siege weapons at their disposal. The Builders construct and maintain these defenses, like the Scorpion. It’s smaller than the massive ballistae mounted atop the Wall, but it’s still capable of launching sizeable projectiles at long range with deadly effect. The Builder Scorpion Crew Unit Box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game allows players to add some powerful and deadly long-range weapons to their arsenal. Although it moves slowly and takes time to position, the Scorpion is a formidable enemy for any army to come up against.
Night's Watch Ranger Hunters: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
Speed is often the deciding factor in combat. The one that can get in a good, strong strike against their opponent will be at an advantage for the rest of the battle. The swift Ranger Hunters excel at lightning-fast strikes. Using either their short bow or their trusty daggers, they conduct rapid raids against enemies. However, that speed comes at a price in terms of armor. If caught in a protracted engagement, the favor quickly tips against them.
The Ranger Hunters Unit Box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives Night’s Watch Commanders a fast and agile unit on the battlefield. Their short bows can reach out and attack enemies before they can fight back. In melee, their Swift Strike attack allows them a free Retreat maneuver afterward. They also gain a bonus when attacking enemies that have yet to activate, allowing them to reroll misses once.
Night's Watch Ranger Trackers: A Song Of Ice and Fire Exp.
The Ranger Trackers are certainly not the hardest-hitting or most heavily-armored cavalry unit in Westeros, but they are some of the fastest and most agile. These swift hunters are able to get almost anywhere they need to be on the battlefield. Utilized as scouts when not in battle, they also have a keen knack for finding weaknesses in enemy units, setting them up for their brothers to take down.
The Ranger Trackers unit for the Night’s Watch brings a swift cavalry unit to a Commander’s arsenal. They may not hit hard, and a good Commander will keep them out of harm’s way, but their ability to cause enemy units to become Vulnerable is an invaluable resource. Either setting up for a shot from their own recurve bows or a charge from another friendly unit, enemy forces will be wary of the sounds of galloping hooves in the distance.