Stark Miniatures Showcase – Part Four – A Song of Ice and Fire

In this post, I take a fourth look at the Stark miniatures for a Song of Ice and Fire as painted by Ullr’s Table. CMON Games designed the game and it is a pretty good system. It has a feel between a Board Game and a Miniatures Game and is fun to play.

This time, I show off Greatjon Umber, Crannogman Warden, Ser Brynden Tully and Eddard Stark. Now, let’s take a closer look at these miniatures.

As I note, I did not paint these minis, but I did take the pictures.

Greatjon Umber

I like this top miniature a lot. That said, there are two sculpts to show and I place them both here under this section. The first one is my favourite.

Check him out. This guy is big and fearsome.

Painted Greatjon Umber Miniature for A Song of Ice and Fire - Game of Thrones Miniatures Game
Rob did great on this mini. I don’t even bother with the eyes on my minis because they are too hard to do. Looks like Rob got them pretty good on this model. 
The back of the model.
The second model of Greatjon. Nice figure.

Crannogman Warden

This is Crannogman Warden.

Crannogman Warden Miniature
This is the Crannogman Warden Alternative Sculpt Miniature.
The back of the model.

Ser Brynden Tully

This guy appeared in a few of my posts. There are a number of sculpts for this guy including a mounted version and another one on foot.

Ser Brynden Tully Charges into Action - Stark Miniatures - A song of ice and fire
Ser Brynden Tully Charges into combat.

Eddard Stark

This is yet another miniature with a pose that I really like. In fact, I almost used him for the title picture of this post. 🙂

Painted Eddard Stark Miniature from A Song of Ice and Fire.
A really nice looking model. I wonder how long he would last in your game. 🙂

Wrapping it up…

Hopefully you enjoyed today’s post. This nearly wraps up my coverage of Ullr’s Table’s Stark Miniatures. There is just one post left to write to tie these articles together. That said, I still have all of his neutral minis to post.

Which model of this post is your favourite?

Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.