Quickview A Song of Ice & Fire Miniatures Game, Tabletop GamesThe Night’s Watch will gladly take in anyone and everyone in order to bolster their ranks. They are evil-vigilant protectors of the Wall, keeping Westeros safe from the terrors that lie farther north. Battles against these horrors quickly weed out anyone who is unfit for the Black. All that remains are the grizzled veterans. These knowledgeable warriors are often dispersed throughout the ranks of other units, sharing their expertise with others and bolstering their fighting prowess by their presence. The Night’s Watch Attachments #1 box set for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives Night's Watch players a whole host of new options when building their forces. It contains 10 new figures that can be added to units giving them new abilities and orders. Some are even units in their own right. Use them to bolster a unit’s weaknesses or make their strengths even stronger, ensuring that at the end of the battle, the Night’s Watch once more stands triumphant against anyone that would threaten Westeros.
Quickview A Song of Ice & Fire Miniatures Game, Tabletop GamesHouse Stark is known for extolling integrity, justice, and loyalty. Those that flock to the Direwolf’s Banner feel that what they are fighting for is right. This feeling is instilled in the officers that are in charge of the units within the Stark army. House Stark might not have the deepest coffers, but what they lack in raw materials they make up for in determination. The Stark Unit Attachments box set gives House Stark players in the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game 11 new Unit Attachments that they can use to customise their forces. They can enhance their troops with the likes of Sworn Sword Captain, Umber Champion, Crannogman Warden, and more. Each one will allow Stark players to build an army that fits exactly the type of battle they want to fight.
Quickview A Song of Ice & Fire Miniatures Game, Tabletop GamesDogs have been used as part of the hunt for hundreds of years. Their keen sense of smell, swift running speed, and vicious bite have helped man put food on the table since their domestication. House Bolton, though, has trained dogs to not just hunt wild game, but men out on the field of battle. Accompanied by handlers, whose arrows help slow their prey, the dogs are quick to chew apart anyone they catch. The Bastards Girls Unit Box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game allows Commanders to field this squad as part of their force. Being a Neutral unit, any other house can hire them. Lightly armoured, these swift hunters can easily take down enemies with a combination of arrows and teeth.
Quickview Tabletop Games, X-Wing Miniatures GameThe signature vessel of the bounty hunters Zuckuss and 4-LOM! This is a V1 expansion pack and can be used in X-Wing 2.0 with the upgraded cards available in the Scum & Villainy Conversion Kit. Consider this a cheap way to get the model if you already have the 2.0 cards!
Quickview Star Wars Armada, Tabletop GamesThe Imperial Light Carrier Expansion Pack introduces one pre-painted Quasar Fire-class cruiser-carrier miniature to your games of Star Wars: Armada. A mobile starfighter base frequently used as a garrison vessel, the Imperial light carrier bristles with laser turrets that allow it to defend itself while its fighter craft are away on crucial missions. It comes supported by two ship cards and a total of ten upgrades, including a dual-slotted Weapons Team / Offensive Retrofit upgrade that allows you to disrupt your opponent’s ships with the game’s first boarding action!
Quickview Blood Red Skies, Tabletop GamesBlood Red Skies is the new World War II mass air combat game from Warlord Games, written by renowned game developer Andy Chambers. The simple and effective rules set lend themselves easily to games of 20+ planes per side. Each plane is represented by its own model without the need to plot, plan or record actions. Packed with everything you need to play this fast paced air combat game, the Blood Red Skies starter set does what it says on the tin. Plus once started you'll have the extra rules to introduce the play cards that really bring your fighter aircraft to life, allowing you to fly them just as they would have been by the Ace's of WW2! Gameplay simulates the topsy turvey confusion of battle factor of chaotic aerial combat. With two squadrons of six planes, core rules, scenarios, templates, dice and counters, this core game contains everything needed to get you started. Blood Red Skies starter set includes:
- 12 coloured plastic fighter aircraft
- 12 clear plastic advantage flying bases
- 10 combat dice
- 12 Pilot Skill level discs
- 3 Gaming booklets: Rules, Expanded rules, Scenarios
- 45 cards to use in game
- 38 markers to use in game
- A set of tools: a movement template, range finder and navigation caliper
- 6 Clouds / Air defence balloons clusters
- 3 Blenheim IV / Dornier Do17 Z2 bombers
- 2 Quick Reference sheets
Quickview Blood Red Skies, Tabletop GamesThe Junkers Ju 87D Stuka was a dive-bomber and ground-attack aircraft. Identifiable by its gull wings and spatted undercarriage, it became infamous because of its wailing sirens which let out a horrible shrieking noise when it dove, terrifying Allied soldiers. Excellent against ground targets and not so much in air-to-air combat, it was produced before the war and up to 1944 which was when it became vulnerable due to lack of Luftwaffe air presence. NB: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Quickview Blood Red Skies, Tabletop GamesThe Messerschmitt Me 410 Hornisse (hornet) was a heavy fighter and Schnellbomber (fast bomber). It was a tricky target for the RAF as it proved to be hard to hit during night-time operations. It was also used as a bomber-destroyer during daylight operations. Squadron set contains:
- 6 Messerschmitt Me 410 metal planes
- 6 Advantage flying bases & extensions
- 1 Punchboard with double sided Pilot Skill discs
- 2 Aircraft Cards (Me 410 A1/U2)
- 1 Doctrine Card (Big Game Hunters)
- 7 Aircraft Trait Cards
- 6 Double-sided Pilot Skill Discs
- 1 Waterslide Aircraft Markings Sheet
Quickview Star Wars Armada, Tabletop GamesCoordinate your Star Wars: Armada fleet with the flotilla of Gozanti-class cruisers from the Imperial Assault Carriers Expansion Pack! With just one die in their left, right, and forward battery armaments, and no dice to fire from their rear arcs, your flotilla of Imperial assault carriers will not intimidate your opponent into surrender, but it more than makes up for its minimal firepower with its Fleet Support upgrades, which allow you to coordinate and support your fleet more effectively than ever! The Imperial Assault Carriers Expansion Pack contains two Gozanti-class cruiser miniatures, two ship cards, eight upgrades, one rules reference card, and all necessary components.
Quickview Blood Red Skies, Tabletop GamesDouglas Bader joined the RAF in 1928. he was already infamous as a daredevil flyer when he survived a serious crash in 1931, with both legs amputated. Although declared an invalid, the indomitable Bader was back flying again in 6 months! This Blood Red Skies expansion contains:
- 1 Hurricane Mk II plane
- 1 Advantage flying base
- 1 Aircraft card
- 2 Aircraft Trait Cards
- 1 Double-sided Pilot Skill Discs
- 1 Douglas Bader Ace card
- 2 Ace Skill cards
Quickview Star Wars Armada, Tabletop GamesThe Nebulon-B frigate was designed for the Imperial Navy by Kuat Drive Yards as a warship that could protect convoys from Rebel starfighters, but it was, ironically, a much more impactful ship within the Rebel fleet. At three-hundred meters long, a single Nebulon-B could boast twelve turbolasters and twelve laser cannons. The showpiece of the Nebulon-B Expansion Pack for Star Wars: Armada is its detailed and pre-painted Nebulon-B frigate miniature, and the expansion then enhances this ship by supplying all the command dials and tokens you need to fly it, along with ship cards that allow you to build it into your fleet as a fighter escort or as a powerful support ship. Additionally, the expansion’s eight upgrade cards, which include two unique title cards, allow you to further customize your frigate’s role within your fleet.
Quickview A Song of Ice & Fire Miniatures Game, Tabletop GamesThinning enemy ranks before the real battle has even begun In battle, the goal is to defeat your opponent without being defeated, yourself. If you can attack your enemy and they cannot retaliate, that goes a long way to victory. For House Stark, that means employing skilled bowmen in their ranks. They have trained relentlessly in their everyday lives as trappers, rangers, and hunters. Now, they form up and send out steel-tipped death to the foes of the Direwolf. The Stark Bowmen Unit Box provides a long-range option for Stark commanders in the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. Though very lightly armoured and not equipped for melee, they more than make up for it with their ability to put volley fire at enemies. They can even ignore line of sight requirements, arcing their arrows high into the air to strike at hidden targets.
Quickview A Song of Ice & Fire Miniatures Game, Tabletop GamesA Sturdy Bulwark Against Incoming Attacks The great Houses of Westeros had many other, Houses that paid fealty to them. These bonds could be quite strong, reinforced by marriage. When House Stark sent out its ravens to call their Bannermen, House Tully was quick to lend their arms to the cause. In battle, the Sworn Shields would lock their shields together, side-by-side, creating a nearly-impenetrable wall, on which even cavalry charges could be halted. The A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game Tully Sworn Shields unit box gives House Stark players a bulwark on the battlefield. Sworn Shields can utilise their Shieldwall order to negate hits to their front facing, dulling an enemy charge or subsequent attacks against them. Meanwhile, their trusty longswords will show that this unit isn’t entirely defensive in nature. The set includes 12 miniatures in four different sculpts, along with the unit’s stat card and movement tray.
Quickview Blood Red Skies, Tabletop GamesThe Mitsubishi A6M Zero was a fast, modern fighter, but had no armour for the pilot. When the Zero was in the hands of aggressive and well-trained pilots this weakness was rarely apparent. The A6-M5 model Zero featured improved engine, armament and protection, although the latter remained inadequate compared to other combat aircraft. Squadron set contains:£20.00
- 6 Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighters
- 6 Advantage flying bases
- 1 Aircraft card
- 6 Aircraft Trait Cards
- 6 Double-sided Pilot Skill Discs
- 1 Aircraft Markings Sticker Sheet
- 3 Action cards
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