Baratheon Thorn Watch: 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 Champion's 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.
When it comes to House Lannister, they spare no expense on those that take up arms for the House. The Red Cloaks are the Lannister’s elite guards that patrol the streets in both King’s Landing and Casterly Rock. Their resplendent red cloaks, their signature feature, is coloured not just because it’s a House color, but as a show of intimidation to the populace. “Stay in line, or the Red Cloaks will come after you."
The Red Cloaks unit box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives House Lannister players a new medium infantry unit for their force. The Red Cloaks are armored in half-plate, the best that money can buy for mass production. This gives them a modicum of defense, able to turn away blows from all but the strongest enemy soldiers. Being paid well also serves them on the battlefield, as they know they don’t want to lose that next paycheck.
In Westeros, it’s not just the men that will put their lives on the line out on the battlefield. Especially for the Free Folk, everyone is expected to do their part, and that’s why the Spearwives units are created. But far from just feeble extras, the Spearwives have trained extensively with their weapons of choice, and can be just as deadly as any other soldier. Their short spears are light enough to even be thrown at the enemy, letting the Spearwives cut them down at range. But the real danger comes when they charge. Their sharp spears, with the momentum of a running start, can pierce even the toughest armor. Adding a seasoned Spearwife Matriarch to the unit further enhances their maneuverability.
The Spearwives unit box for A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives Free Folk Commanders a new unit and unit attachment that they can bring to the battlefields of Westeros.
This product is an expansion: A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game core set required to play.