A Song of Ice & Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game brings the epic battles, political intrigue, and iconic characters of George R.R. Martin’s critically-acclaimed novels to the tabletop. Utilizing beautiful, pre-assembled models and unit trays, command the armies and heroes of Westeros’ great Houses as they fight for the Iron Throne over multiple, unique game modes.
Released on June 2, 2023
Armored with only their faith, and armed only with deadwood cudgels and other detritus from a storm-wracked shore; the Drowned Men make surprisingly effective support for followers of the Kraken banner. Their presence in battle signifies the Drowned God’s blessing, bolstering men to fight past their wounds and strike all the harder against their foes. While few in number, the drowned Men’s faith is such that they can survive even killing blows. That said, strong as their faith may be, a wise commander should not be putting these fanatics in the vanguard. Working with flankers or in direct support of the line ensures the Drowned God’s blessings are shared equally among his people.
Released on May 27, 2022
Highgarden, the center of power for House Tyrell, is known as a place of chivalric values. In the conflict to secure the Iron Throne following Robert Baratheon’s death, House Baratheon has called for aid and House Tyrell has answered by sending their Highgarden Pikemen. These highly trained fighters create a mobile wall of death on the battlefield, trained to perfection in the use of their pikes. When accompanied by a Pikemen Captain, their formidable force grows even stronger as the Captain coordinates every soldier’s attack, making sure the unit fights even beyond what might seem humanly possible.
House Stark has many loyal bannerman. One of the most faithful is House Karstark of Karhold. Originally founded as a small branch of the major House, whenever House Stark calls for aid, House Karstark is among the first to send troops. The most common Loyalist troops from the House are kitted out with flails and shields. But their main weapon is a steadfast belief in their cause, letting them fight on even when taking wounds that would put a regular man down. This pride in knowing what they do is right is further bolstered when the troops gain an advantage in numbers of their enemy. If goaded into a fury by a Loyalist Captain, their zeal grows, making them fight even more reliably and shaking their opponents to the core.
King Renly’s alliance to House Tyrell through marriage to the Lady Margaery has given him access to the famed Riders of Highgarden. Although not as heavily armored as most heavy cavalry, the famed Riders of Highgarden can mount a devastating charge, though like most cavalry, their weakness lies in getting bogged down in prolonged combats. Savvy commanders should take care to make the most of their flanking capabilities and speed to target exposed enemy flanks.
The Free Folk are a conglomerate group, consisting of many different northern tribes. Though they don’t all share the same ideologies or faiths, they do all have a shared goal: making a name and home for themselves in the southern parts of Westeros. Standing out from the average clansman are formidable adversaries, such as Barroq, a beast of a man who travels with his equally beastly Boar. The Great Walrus is well known for his skills in negotiation. And possibly most famous of all, Jon Snow seeks out his true destiny along the winding path that fate has taken him. Abel, the Bard, and his wife Dalla, make sure to sing their praises. These are but some of the individuals that have made a distinct name for themselves among the many faceless peoples of the Free Folk.
Released on May 20, 2022
With Joffrey Baratheon’s ascension to the Iron Throne, House Lannister controls King’s Landing from behind the throne. With ambition as deep as their coffers, House Lannister seeks to legitimize their claim on the throne. Queen Cersei & Tommen exert their influence in the halls of power while out in the field, her brother Jaime, despite being taken hostage, still works towards the Lannister’s favor. Sir Kevan Lannister works to see his niece’s ambitions met. Meanwhile, the House’s allies such as The Mountain that Rides, Ser Addam Marbrand, Qyburn, and Ser Robert Strong work to maintain House Lannister’s grip on the Iron Throne. It will not be broken easily.
The Brotherhood of the Night’s Watch defends Westeros from the horrors that lay beyond The Wall. Despite being made up of criminals, runaways, lesser sons of nobles, and anyone that Yoren, the Wandering Crow, can recruit, they are no rag-tag group. Commanders like Cotter Pyke and Ser Denys Mallister keep recruits in line. New members like Satin take quickly to all manner of skills, while troops like Eddison Tollett and Benjen Stark proudly perform any duty that is given to them. Those initiated into The Black will fight to keep Westeros safe from those beyond The Wall.
House Stark is the last major House in Westeros’ northern reaches. The strong people of Winterfell are always prepared, the core of which is a tight-knit family, surrounded by many faithful bannermen. The House has marched to war, led by Robb, the King in the North, as he seeks revenge on those for what has happened to his father, Ned, Hand of the King, in King’s Landing. He is joined by many, such as Maege and Lyanna Mormont, Brynden “Blackfish” Tully, and Rickard Karstark, all pledging themselves to the Stark’s cause. These hardy individuals will show that House Stark’s toughness against the cold shall spread to all corners of Westeros.
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Released on March 4, 2022
The Frozen Shore Bear Riders unit box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives Free Folk commanders one of the hardiest cavalry units ever fielded in battle. While being kicked by a destrier might be a worry, it doesn’t hold a candle to being mauled by a bear while its rider stabs at you with their spear. Enemies are sure to be in disarray when this monstrous cavalry unit makes it into battle.
Released on Feb. 18, 2022
The Lannisport Enforcers Unit Box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives House Lannister a new, stalwart unit for their formations. Armed with deadly spears and suited in sturdy armor, they may not be the best choice for a vanguard but having them hold a flank is well within their means as they adapt to both offensive and defensive needs. Plus, their resolve keeps them in a fight, especially when outnumbering the enemy.
The House Lannister Starter Set for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game is a perfect starting place for players looking to don the red and gold in battle. It has everything they might need, from figures and stat cards to dice and rulebooks. Lannister Guardsmen and Halberdiers, along with a unit of Clegane Brigands make up the troops. Meanwhile, characters like Jaime, Cersei, and Tyrion Lannister, along with “The Mountain that Rides” Gregor Clegane alter the battlefield in their own way. A complete set, the faction is ready to play right out of the box.
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The House Stark Starter Set for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game includes everything a player needs to begin a Stark army. It contains Stark Sworn Swords, Umber Berserkers, and Karstark Spearmen as troops. There are also numerous characters such as Robb Stark, Greatjon Umber, and Greywind. Along with units and characters, it contains the faction’s Tactics deck, dice, rulebook, and more, making it able to field right out of the box. This is a must-have for players who want to hoist the Direwolf banner in battle.
The Greyjoy Heroes 2 box set for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives House Greyjoy players lots of new options for their forces. The set contains new unique characters, including both UAs and NCUs, with several new options for army Commanders as well. Each one has their own goals, but all are working for the greater good of House Greyjoy.
Released on Jan. 28, 2022
At the Wall’s western end stands the Shadow Tower and the men of the Night’s Watch who stand their vigil. Like all Night’s Watch brothers, the Shadow Tower Spearmen are clad in black leather and darkened steel, suited for warmth against the North’s legendary cold. Spearmen make superior flank guards, adept at receiving enemy charges, whether that be from cavalry or infantry, and delivering punishing blows before their opponent closes range. Spearmen can hold a center, if need be, but are better suited staying mobile. They’re not suited to lead an offensive move but can easily support such a maneuver.
The House Mormont Bruisers Unit Box for House Stark in the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives players a rough and tumble melee unit for their forces. They eschew heavy armor and shields in exchange for raw attacking power, enough that their ferocity even shows through when defending. Their light shields are equipped with a punching spike, letting them be on the offensive even when on the defensive. Enemies must be wary of missed attacks when going after the Bruisers.
When it comes to war, House Baratheon deigns to have the most defensive troops on the field. From the heavy barding of their cavalry to the thick plate of their troops, even the House’s archers are kitted out with heavier armor than some other House’s medium troops. These Thorn Watch, as they’re called, are even trained in the use of longswords, making them one of the best melee-fighting ranged units in Westeros.
Released on Jan. 7, 2022
The sigil of House Harlaw is a silver scythe. The House Harlaw Reapers have taken that sigil and turned it into an actual weapon of war. Agricultural scythes make poor combat weapons, but the Reapers have adopted using long-handled axes with equally massive blades. These grisly instruments can mow down men in combat the way a regular scythe can mow down wheat in the field. House Greyjoy is putting them to use, clearing the battlefields of enemies.