New Hero Packs Coming To CMON’s A Song Of Ice & Fire

January 12, 2022 by brennon

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CMON has a couple of new Heroes Sets coming to their 32mm wargame, A Song Of Ice & Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. The Starks and the Lannisters get updated options for some of their heroes and brand new characters in some cases too.

Lannister Heroes 3 - A Song Of Ice & Fire

Lannister Heroes 3 // A Song Of Ice & Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game

The Lannisters are first up with a selection of scheming individuals who are no doubt going to frustrate and backstab everyone in their way.

Lannister Heroes 3 Miniatures - A Song Of Ice & Fire

Lannister Heroes 3 Miniatures // A Song Of Ice & Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game

The set comes with some nicely detailed miniatures. You've got Queen Cersei alongside her son, Tommen. There is also the broken version of Jaime Lannister in this set, missing his sword hand. You've also got options for Ser Keven Lannister, Ser Addam Marbrand, Qyburn and Ser Robert Strong. A solid set of characters and, if their past releases are anything to go by, some detailed miniatures too.

New Stark Heroes

As well as the Lannisters, you can also update your Stark force up in the North.

Stark Heroes 3 - A Song Of Ice & Fire

Stark Heroes 3 // A Song Of Ice & Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game

Much like with the Lannister set, this offers up some returning and new options for your tabletop wargames. You get plenty of beards and fur of course!

Stark Heroes 3 Miniatures - A Song Of Ice & Fire

Stark Heroes 3 Miniatures // A Song Of Ice & Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game

Here we have a new version of Robb, King In The North alongside Maege and Lyanna Mormont. You can also take to the field of battle with the Brynden "The Black Fish" Tully and Rickard Karstark. There is also a version of Eddard Stark as the Hand Of The King in this set which is pretty neat.

This means that both of these sets offer up Heroes that could be used on the battlefield directly or behind the scenes, scheming and plotting to influence the outcome of your tabletop skirmishes.

Are you going to be picking up these sets when they release soon?

"This means that both of these sets offer up Heroes that could be used on the battlefield directly or behind the scenes..."

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