First Thoughts & Overview: A Song of Ice and Fire Tabletop Miniatures Game

This week I wanted to try something I have not previously done – reblog an existing post. The post in question is a review of the new Game of Thrones miniature game by a good friend of mine who has recently entered the blogging world. I thought this would be the perfect time to promote his new blog and add some “guest post” feel for this week. Please visit The Spewable and leave a comment and a follow!

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In the past I’ve been apprehensive to pledge money to a game on Kickstarter as I typically play games which have already had some success in retail and show promise for expansion.  Yet, when I first stumbled across the Kickstarter page I was immediately hooked by the concept of a Game of Thrones tabletop game with aspects of a now dead tabletop game in Warhammer Fantasy Battles. A game which I had spent 13 years playing before it got the executioners axe by Games Workshop (another post worthy topic).

Furthermore, the game was created by Cool Mini or Not (CMON) and I was a big fan of their Zombicide game line, which also started as a Kickstarter project.

The max late pledge was $150 and I had to pay an additional $15 for shipping, which I had submitted back in August 2017. Nearly 10 months after I gave my pledge…

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