The Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms Introduces Allies & Followers

September 1, 2020 by brennon

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Modiphius has opened up pre-orders for two new sets of miniatures which will offer up more options for those delving into tabletop adventures in The Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms. Allies & Followers are teaming up with you to help battle the dangers of Skyrim.

Allies - Elder Scrolls Call To Arms

Allies // The Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms

The first of these sets feature a familiar face and also some great miniatures taken from the diverse races within the world of Tamriel. Leading the way for your Allies you have the ever-faithful Lydia from Dragonsreach who will always have your back. You've also got Kharjo, Caravan Guard and then an Orc Barbarian, Khajit Bandit and Breton Ranger.

Whilst you could use these characters as allies in your games, you could also drop them into the mix as your main character instead. I like the idea of mixing things up and playing through their narrative game as a Khajit for example.

As well as the Allies above you can also call on the support of your Followers too. These heroes should be very familiar to those who dived in and explored a lot of Skyrim!

Companions - Elder Scrolls Call To Arms

Followers // Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms

This set features all named characters with Jenassa, Mjoll, Marcurio, Derkeethus and Vorstag. All of these characters are ones that you could bump into during your adventures in the video game and now help to add colour to your skirmish games on the tabletop.

PDF characters cards will also be supplied with these miniatures when you snap them up and the proper cards will then be released with the Chapter One Card Pack - Civil War which is coming later down the line.

I think these miniatures are a big improvement over some of the soldiers we saw in the core set for Call To Arms. The poses seem more natural and I like the variety that we're getting here with Khajits, Argonians, Elves and Humans galore.

What do you make of this set?

"I like the variety that we're getting here with Khajits, Argonians, Elves and Humans galore..."

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