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A Song of Ice and Fire Battle Report – Sword & Brush Rd1 – Starks vs. Night’s Watch

The Sword and Brush hosted a dozen Song of Ice and Fire players for the first convention-hosted Tournament in September 2019. I had a studio room at the show and recorded my four games! Round one I played John’s Night’s Watch in Clash of Kings. Check it out! Sword & Brush Tabletop Expo is an awesome figure painting and wargaming convention. Learn more about it HERE: https://www.facebook.com/swordandbrush/

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Battle Report – A Song of Ice and Fire – House Stark vs. House Lannister

  We’re back with another new Format for A Song of Ice and Fire by CMON Games. This time it’s Brynden Tully, Outrider Commander against The High Sparrow in 40pts of Fire and Blood!

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Jorõgumo from 'Rising Sun' and Ashigaru from Perry Miniatures

We recently returned from a nice, long vacation and so I thought I'd catch up with some figures I had done since the last time I had posted.First up is this rather creepy-crawly lass, Jorõgumo, from the CMON game 'Rising Sun'. The kickstarter for this game was a few years ago and I quickly jumped in after enjoying its viking-themed predecessor 'Blood Rage'. Another thing that attracted me to the game was its fabulous miniatures. They are very unique -  elegantly grotesque and wonderfully chilling. Also, as I'm a big fan of the 'Daisho' miniature rules, I thought these figures would also serve as excellent stand-ins as mythological opponents for our players to face (more on that in an upcoming post).The figures are molded in a relatively hard plastic, so they can both survive a bit of a tumble while still taking (and holding) paint. Like all plastic figures, you have to be careful when cleaning them with your hobby knife so as to not accidentally take away any of the fine detail.N

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