It's been a while since I created a new thread, but here I am again with a thread about another wargame I have encountered. I've never seen Game of Thrones myself but according to some of @NIGHTBRINGER's threads and discussions it is still popular here, so I thought I would put in a little discussion about it here in case you are interested. Yesterday I was having a look around a Forbidden Planet store and once I'd finished looking at D&D and Star Wars stuff I was about to go when a load of figures in a glass display case caught my eye. I went over to investigate and found that the shop was displaying the contents of the core set for a wargame for Game of Thrones, officially called A Song of Ice and Fire miniatures game. The minis looked very well sculpted and represented starter armies for the Starks and Lannisters - the Stark figures were in grey plastic and the Lannister ones were red. Each of the two armies featured a couple of regiments of basic infantry, a unit of stronger infantry and some specialist units, as well as some of the characters from the series - Jaime, Cersei and Tyrion Lannister and Robb and Catelyn Stark among them. The set also included rules, tokens and even movement trays for all the figures, which I thought was pretty good. I couldn't find a price at the store but from later research it looks as if this core set was around £90 in price, which is about the same as Dark Imperium and Soul Wars. However, despite the figures being on round bases, the inclusion of movement trays (which are actually most similar to the War of the Ring ones) means that it's a rank-and-flank game and although the core set is costly the minis are very well done - better than GW's ones in places I'd wager. I looked the game up on its website and found that quite a few individual unit packs have been introduced too for both the Starks and Lannisters, as well as starter sets for the Night's Watch and Free Folk AKA Wildlings, and sets for neutral houses like House Bolton who can ally with any of the main factions. The game looks fun and tactical to play too - you can download a PDF of the rules from the website: https://cmon.com/product/a-song-of-ice-fire-tmg I'd be interested to see what all you Game of Thrones fans out there think!