The Targaryens Dominate As Dragons Arrive In CMON’s ASOIAF

May 10, 2021 by fcostin

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A Song of Ice & Fire by CMON has had some exciting releases this month. So whilst the Starks and the Lannisters have had their time reigning over the battlefield, The Targaryens step up to the plate with the Mother of Dragons herself, and some fiery reinforcements in line.

Targaryen Mother of Dragons // A Song of Ice & Fire

Having Queen Daenerys Targaryen in play is a dangerous move. Not only is she the head of House Targaryen, but she has the control of three beastly dragons at her beck and call as a Battle Commander. Utilising here abilities such as Dracarys - a sweltering short-range free attack action, combining with the back up from the Unsullied and the Dothraki.

The moment you have all been waiting for, seeing Rhaegal, Viserion, and Drogon out on the table. These are going to be units that you want in play if your faction is the Targaryens. All three dragons work with Danyres to create some deadly combinations.

Along with the release of the Targaryen Mother of Dragons this month, we have also seen the release of the Unsullied Pikemen prepping to fight the corner of the Targaryens.

Targaryen Unsullied Pikemen // A Song of Ice & Fire

The Unsullied Pikemen may not be rocking some heavy armour in comparison to the Lannisters, but their defence is unlike no others. Utilising their weapons and working closely with their reinforcements, can make them a strong ally on the battlefield.

You might not play A Song of Ice & Fire, and could be looking for a stunning dragon (or three) to add to your next RPG campaign, or even to collect - these sculpts are absolutely stunning and would make a great addition to any other fantasy battle miniatures game.

Both the Targaryen Mother of Dragons and the Targaryen Unsullied Pikemen were available to purchase on the 5th May, after several delays in the back-end of last year.

What do you think of the new releases for A Song of Ice & Fire? 

"Having Queen Daenerys Targaryen in play is a dangerous move. Not only is she the head of House Targaryen, but she has the control of three beastly dragons at her beck and call as a Battle Commander..."

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