Bandits & Fortune Hunters Come To Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms

August 4, 2022 by brennon

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The Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms is getting two new sets for you to choose from when it comes to diving into this Fantasy skirmish game by Modiphius. We have some nefarious individuals this time with a focus on Bandits, to begin with.

Bandits Core Set - Elder Scrolls Call To Arms

Bandits Core Set // The Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms

The first of the sets is a core box for the Bandits which comes with some named characters alongside some unnamed hangers-on. Leading the way is  Butcher who leads his gang with an iron fist. Fighting alongside him is Haldyn the Pirate Battlemage who is not to be messed with and the quick and agile Raj’irr.

Bandits Core Set Miniatures - Elder Scrolls Call To Arms

Bandits Core Set Miniatures // The Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms

The rest of the miniatures include the Bandit Warriors/Vampire Thralls/Mercenaries that can be used to bulk out your force. You get a really fun bunch of miniatures to play around with here that are all exceptionally well detailed. I think Modiphius has come on leaps and bounds when it comes to the posing and detail on their Elder Scrolls figures.

Following on from the Bandits, we also have the Adventurer Fortune Hunters, another resin expansion for the game.

Adventurer Fortune Hunters - Elder Scrolls Call To Arms

Adventurer Fortune Hunters // The Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms

This set comes with a big bunch of named characters for you to hang around with. You have Borgak Steelheart, Sulla Trebatius, Umamma, Deeja, Serana and also the Dragonborn Champion Of The Dawnguard/Clan Volkihar. So, you've got a very cool set of characters here.

Adventurer Fortune Hunters Miniatures - Elder Scrolls Call To Arms

Adventurer Fortune Hunters Miniatures // The Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms

Again, another awesome set of miniatures that are full of detail. I really like the Argonian in that crouched pose, ready to leap into action and strike at someone with that dagger. A neat way to expand things in your Elder Scrolls games.

You will need to have a copy of the Core Rules to use them on the tabletop and also the Chapter Three Card Pack.

Are you tempted to dive in and use these new miniatures for your Elder Scrolls collection?

"Fighting alongside him is Haldyn the Pirate Battlemage who is not to be messed with and the quick and agile Raj’irr..."

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