A Song of Ice & Fire: Miniatures Game and Expansions are now at The Wandering Dragon! Learn to Play on 9/13!
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A Song of Ice & Fire: Stark vs Lannister Starter Set
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.
A Song of Ice & Fire: Stark Heroes #1
The legendary loyalty and bravery of House Stark are about to be tested.
The Starks are known to be dependable, resilient, and above all, loyal. This goes double for their leaders. These warriors from House Stark lead the armies of the North in the War of the Five Kings. Each one under the Direwolf banner is an expert in some part of military engagement. Rodrik Cassel and Howland Reed can lead individual units on specialized roles. Brynden Tully and Eddard Stark are at home controlling the overall force with tactics and strategy. The presence of Bran Stark and his companion Hodor and the direwolf Summer, are enough to instill courage in the troops and make them hold the line. All of the characters in the Stark Heroes set for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game will come in handy in the war for the fate of Westeros.
A Song of Ice & Fire: Lannister Heroes #1
Wars are fought with money, and House Lannister has deep pockets.
Wars are fought with money, and in the War of the Five Kings, none of the Great Houses are more financially equipped than the Lannisters. They outfit their troops in the best armor and arm them with the finest steel. But troops still need leaders.
Some show their strength on the battlefield, like the Hound, Tyrion, or Lord Tywin. For others, like Maester Pycelle and the High Sparrow, their power is felt in the political arena. But make no mistake, they can influence the outcome of a battle all the same. The Lannister Heroes set for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives players a powerful advantage in the war for the fate of Westeros.
A Song of Ice & Fire: Neutral Heroes #1
Loyalty to yourself above all others can save your life in a battle.
One thing remains true for the unaligned forces in the War of the Five Kings, whether they’re fighting for coin, self-interest, or simple survival, they always remain true to themselves. They are a wild card that can be added to any army in the game.
Some Heroes, like Roose Bolton and Ramsay Snow, are most at home on the battlefield alongside their men. Others, such as Petyr Baelish and Lord Varys, like to manipulate the situation behind-the-scenes. The Neutral Heroes set for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game comes with everything a Commander needs to introduce some unknown elements into the war for the fate of Westeros.
A Song of Ice & Fire: Stark Bowmen
Thinning enemy ranks before the real battle has even begun.
In battle, the goal is to defeat your opponent without being defeated, yourself. If you can attack your enemy and they cannot retaliate, that goes a long way to victory. For House Stark, that means employing skilled bowmen in their ranks. They have trained relentlessly in their everyday lives as trappers, rangers, and hunters. Now, they form up and send out steel-tipped death to the foes of the Direwolf.
The Stark Bowmen Unit Box provides a long-range option for Stark commanders in the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. Though very lightly armored and not equipped for melee, they more than make up for it with their ability to put volley fire at enemies. They can even ignore line of sight requirements, arcing their arrows high into the air to strike at hidden targets.
A Song of Ice & Fire: Tully Sworn Shields
A Sturdy Bulwark Against Incoming Attacks.
The great Houses of Westeros had many other, Houses that paid fealty to them. These bonds could be quite strong, reinforced by marriage. When House Stark sent out its ravens to call their Bannermen, House Tully was quick to lend their arms to the cause. In battle, the Sworn Shields would lock their shields together, side-by-side, creating a nearly-impenetrable wall, on which even cavalry charges could be halted.
The A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game Tully Sworn Shields unit box gives House Stark players a bulwark on the battlefield. Sworn Shields can utilize their Shieldwall order to negate hits to their front facing, dulling an enemy charge or subsequent attacks against them. Meanwhile, their trusty longswords will show that this unit isn’t entirely defensive in nature. The set includes 12 miniatures in four different sculpts, along with the unit’s stat card and movement tray.
A Song of Ice & Fire: Knights of Casterly Rock
Cavalry are expensive, but the Lannisters spare no expense.
The Lannisters spare no expense when it comes to outfitting their troops. Even the regular line soldier has the finest in arms and armor. So, when it comes to a unit as special as their mounted knights, cost is never an issue. The Knights of Casterly Rock have literally the best equipment and training that money can buy. And they are worth every penny on the battlefield as they cut their way through enemy ranks.
The Lannister Knights of Casterly Rock Unit Box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game brings a fast, hard-hitting, and durable unit to the battlefield. Being cavalry, they get an extra movement at the start of their activation. They are also deadly on the Charge, with their weapons gaining Critical Blow and Sundering. Enemies will quickly become disheartened fighting them, being forced to make Panic Tests whenever the Knights survive a round of combat.
A Song of Ice & Fire: Lannister Crossbowmen
Crossbowmen extend the reach of a Commander across the battlefield.
When it comes to training soldiers, Crossbowmen require a lot less work than average. The real cost comes in the production of the crossbow, itself. Technological advances aren’t cheap, and keeping weapons in working order during war is no easy task. Still, a family with resources like the Lannisters can afford to keep this ranged killing machine armed and ready for battle.
The A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game Lannister Crossbowmen unit box contains 12 miniature figures in four different sculpts, one Unit card, and one Movement Tray. This unit of deadeye soldiers takes advantage of the technology available to a family of means. At close or long range, their bolts can pierce even thick armor. However, a wise Commander will keep them away from melee charges, if possible.
A Song of Ice & Fire: Bolton Cutthroats
Wars are rarely won by fighting nice!
The Cutthroats of House Bolton have a reputation that follows them onto the battlefield and drives fear into the hearts of those they face. They may not be the best armed or armored soldiers, but their willingness to fight hard and fight dirty has won them many a battle.
The A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game Bolton Cutthroats unit box comes with everything needed to add these sneaky troops to your army, including 12 Bolton Cutthroats miniatures in four different sculpts, one Dreadfort Captain Unit Attachment figure, a Movement Tray, and all the associated Unit cards. These warriors are mercenaries with no loyalty to any House, so no matter what army your fielding, they’ll join your ranks… for a price!
A Song of Ice & Fire: Bolton Bastard’s Girls
Let slip the dogs of war!
Dogs have been used as part of the hunt for hundreds of years. Their keen sense of smell, swift running speed, and vicious bite have helped man put food on the table since their domestication. House Bolton, though, has trained dogs to not just hunt wild game, but men out on the field of battle. Accompanied by handlers, whose arrows help slow their prey, the dogs are quick to chew apart anyone they catch.
The Bolton Bastard’s Girls Unit Box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game allows Commanders to field this squad as part of their force. Being a Neutral unit, any house can hire them on. Lightly armored, these swift hunters can easily take down enemies with a combination of arrows and teeth.
A Song of Ice & Fire: Bolton Flayed Men
The most fortified cavalry in all of Westeros!
House Bolton has the most-armored unit on the field of battle. The Flayed Men cavalry are clad in heavy plate armor and their horses are equally armored in thick barding. Only the toughest and largest horses can withstand the great weight put upon them by all that steel. While they might not be the fastest cavalry unit, they are certainly the hardiest. And their own war flails make enemy defenses seem pointless as the spiked balls wrap around limbs or curve over shields.
The Bolton Flayed Men Unit Box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game allows Commanders to field a rough and rugged cavalry unit in their forces. As a Neutral unit, The Flayed Men will work for any army willing to pay their price. They have some of the best Defense Saves in the game, letting them stay on the field, utilizing their nasty war flails on the enemy for quite some time.