Add Reinforcements To Your Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms Faction

February 1, 2021 by brennon

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Modiphius has now released new packs of miniatures for those looking to expand upon their The Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms factions. If you're playing the game in a versus fashion then this might be just what you need for larger Imperial and Stormcloak warbands.

Stormcloak Skirmishers - The Elder Scrolls Call To Arms

Stormcloak Skirmishers // The Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms

These miniatures allow you to play around with a few more options for either the Stormcloaks or the Imperials. As I mentioned above, if you're playing the game in a versus context then these will be very useful, but they should also be good companions for a solo adventure and perhaps foes during a cooperative encounter.

The Stormcloak Skirmishers set comes with Archers, a Huntsman, Swordsman, Swordsman With Shield and a Duel Wielding Swordsman. I like the fellow with the sword at the front of the image and the archers from this set especially. I like that the shield is also bare, allowing you to paint whatever hold logo you want to on its surface.

For the Imperials, you've got another set of dour-looking Reinforcements.

Imperial Reinforcements - The Elder Scrolls Call To Arms

Imperial Reinforcements // The Elder Scrolls Call To Arms

This set almost mirrors the Stormcloak one with the three Archers in the background. You also get three Imperial Soldiers In Heavy Armour though, offering up a solid wall of shields. I really like those fellows in particular and think they'd look even better when they've been scuffed up a bit.

Another set of recent releases are for the Draugr who have access to their Ancients box.

Draugr Ancients - The Elder Scrolls Call To Arms

Draugr Ancients // The Elder Scrolls Call To Arms

These have already been up on the Modiphius webstore for a while but it's worth having another look at them. I think if I were to dive into Call To Arms in a competitive context, then I would most certainly play exclusively as the Draugr and make a warband of terrifying undead warriors!

Going back over the contents of this set, it comes with a Deathlord, Restless Draugr With Frostblade and Hulking Draugr With Axe. Are you going to be picking these up and using them or your games?

Let me know what you think below...

"Are you going to be picking these up and using them or your games?"

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