|Battles of Westeros | Published 08 March 2011|
“Catelyn knew them all: the Blackwoods and the Brackens, ever enemies, whose quarrels her father was obliged to settle; Lady Whent, last of her line, who dwelt with her ghosts in the cavernous vaults of Harrenhal; irascible Lord Frey, who had outlived seven wives and filled his twin castles with children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, and bastards and grandbastards as well. All of them were bannermen to the Tullys, their swords sworn to the service of Riverrun.”
- A Game of Thrones, George R.R. Martin
The rules (pdf, 3 MB) for Lords of the River, the upcoming ally expansion for Battles of Westeros, are now online. Visit the support page and learn how to incorporate House Tully into your fight for the Iron Throne.
Lords of the River introduces House Tully to Battles of Westeros as an ally force, meaning they can supplement House Stark or, if playing with the Skirmish rules, House Lannister from the Core Set. Included in Lords of the River are are three new commanders and three new unit types, all loyal to the leaping trout of House Tully. Lead your troops with Edmure Tully, Brynden “Blackfish” Tully, or Marq Piper, and lay waste to your foes with Tully River Riders, Tully Longbowmen, and the Warriors of Wayfarer’s Rest.
For more information on Lords of the River, be sure to read the Unleashing the Arsenal preview.
Keep your eyes on the river. More information on Lords of the River is coming soon!
Set in the rich and vibrant world of George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire series, Battles of Westeros is a board game of tactical battlefield combat for two players. With scenarios that include beloved characters and settings, players can recreate the most significant battles from The War of the Five Kings.
This expansion looks fun! Loving how unique they're making the unit abilities in this game. The forces are quickly becoming varied.
Anyone interested can check out my thoughts on the BoW's forum under the "Rules posted for Lord's of the River" thread.