Lannister Miniatures Showcase – Part Two – A Song of Ice and Fire

Lannister Miniatures Showcase – Part Two – A Song of Ice and Fire

In this post, we take a look at the expanded Miniatures from the House of Lannister in a Song of Ice and Fire by CMON Games. These miniatures came as a part of the Kickstarter Campaign and are not in the core box. Some of the miniatures are now available through the Lannisters Heroes Set One Boxed Set. The specific minis in this post include Maester Pycelle, the Guard Captain, the Assault Veteran, and an alternative sculpt of Tyrion.

Ullr’s Table in Cambridge (Ontario) painted these miniatures, and I photographed them. Now, let’s take a closer look.

Tyrion Lannister

As mentioned in our previous post, Tyrion is one of the more likable of the the Lannisters (despite his flaws). In this mini, he poses for battle with an axe in hand.

Tyrion Lannister in Battle Miniature. The Imp from Game of Thrones
I really like this model and Rob did a great job painting it up! Awesome work!

If you want to get this model today, it is in the Hero Set 1 for the Lannisters.

Assault Veteran

The Assault Veteran brings extra experience to the fight. I don’t know too much more about him at this time, but he does look cool!

Assault Veteran Miniature for A Song of Ice and Fire the Miniatures Game
This is the Assault Veteran. Another great paint job by Rob.
Lannister Assault Veteran Painted
A second shot of the hero.

Guard Captain

This guy is the Lannister Guard Captain. Again, I don’t know what abilities he brings to the game, but I will be staying out of his way.  🙂

Lannister Captain of the Guards painted miniature
The Guard Captain. The Lannisters certainly are fairly well armed.
Lannister Painted Miniature from A Song of Ice and Fire by CMON Games
This guy is well protected!

Maester Pycelle

Maester Pycelle focuses on weakening his opponents. I am not sure what he is offering, but I would not drink it!  🙂

Maester Pycelle Miniature Painted for A Song of Fire and Ice
I wonder what Maester Pycelle is slipping into that drink. Don’t trust him!
Lannisters can't be trusted - A Song of Ice and Fire - Game of Thrones Miniatures
Another look at what is going on with that drink.

Wrapping it up…

Hopefully you enjoyed this quick Showcase article in our second look at the Lannisters from A Song of Ice and Fire by CMON Games. Special thanks goes out to Ullr’s Table for allowing us to photograph the miniatures he painted on commission for someone else. Thanks also goes out to Cigar Box Battle for sending us the battle mat that we used as backdrop. Their gaming mats are awesome and also happen to make perfect backdrops to pictures!

As stated in our 2018 Year in Review Article, we are looking for painters local to the Kitchener / Waterloo area (Ontario, Canada) that want to show off their painted miniatures in showcase articles.

Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!

Lannister Showcase Roundup

If you are interested in more Lannister Showcases, be sure to check out our round up article.

Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!

 

If you like this post, be sure to check out my Game of Thrones Article Round Up or my earlier Lannister Miniatures Article Round Up

A Song of Ice and Fire Articles Round Up
A Song of Ice and Fire Articles Round Up. Link.
Painted Lannister Miniatures from a Song of Ice and Fire - article round up
Lannister Family Showcase. Link.

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This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. Rosen Kazakov

    This is a new level of horrible. I have never seen worse looking painted miniatures, seriously, it is absolutely horrendous. Those cheap paints you used to give that cheap plastic look of all figures, the horrible use of washes, the horrible color choices, this hurts your eyes when you look at it….

    1. Jacob Stauttener

      Hi Rosen. Thanks for the comment. The minis and paint jobs are not my own (although I did take the photographs).

      I like to show work of all calibers on this website as one does not need to paint perfectly to enjoy the miniature wargaming hobby.

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