A Dance With Dragons

A New Print on Demand Scenario for A Game of Thrones Is On Sale


“This is another world, thought Tyrion, but not so different from the world I know."      –George R.R. Martin, A Dance with Dragons

The ever-changing political and military landscape of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire ensures that no Great House can hope to maintain control for long. But although the players may change, the fundamental game will always remain the same.

A Dance with Dragons, an expert-level six-player Print on Demand scenario for A Game of Thrones: The Board Game Second Edition, is now on sale through our webstore! With 42 alternate House cards that feature the characters relevant to this period of Westeros’ history, A Dance with Dragons is a special scenario that immediately thrusts players into a grim struggle for survival. After a brief alternate setup to reflect each House’s position in Westeros, you’ll quickly be forced to forge new alliances and discover new strategies.

While A Game of Thrones: The Board Game Second Edition presents events as they occurred in the first two novels of Martin’s series, clever scheming and timely betrayals throughout the subsequent three novels dramatically alter the fortunes of each Great House. The A Dance with Dragons scenario imagines Westeros as it appears in the fifth book of A Song of Ice and Fire.

What is Print on Demand?

Print on Demand is an exciting process that allows Fantasy Flight Games to produce professionally finished cards on a made-to-order basis, which opens up new opportunities for expanding existing games.

This process (not to be confused with Print and Play) results in smaller print runs of professionally manufactured products, allowing publishers to provide fans with content that would otherwise not be commercially viable. If you’re a retailer interested in carrying our Print on Demand products, visit our Professional Zone website to learn more.

Head to our webstore to order your copy, and prepare to see Westeros in a whole new way!

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