A Song of Ice & Fire: House Baratheon

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King Robert Baratheon is dead. And while his (alleged) son Joffrey sits on the throne, there are other Baratheons who have also made claim to the kingdom. Both Renley and Stannis Baratheon have laid claim to the Iron Throne and they are willing to fight to take it. House Baratheon might be internally divided, but their troops are still just as strong as ever on the battlefield.

The Baratheon Starter Set gives players everything they need to make their claim on the Iron Throne. It comes complete
with a rulebook, dice, measuring sticks, stat cards, and miniatures to field a full army in the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. 

House Baratheon is a House divided. However, even at only partial strength, they can field an army that's more than a match for any other force in Westeros. The Rose Knights are King Renly's finest warriors. Their armor may seem simply ceremonial, but it is made of the strongest steel, and the soldiers that wear that armor are likewise as tough and dedicated to seeing their King on the Iron Throne.

The Stag Knights are House Baratheon’s finest unit. Their ranks are made up of nobles, each bearing the signature horned him as a sign of their station. Their armor is some of the finest in all of Westeros, only matched by House Lannister.

House Baratheon’s philosophy of “heavy arms and heavier armor” extends even to its cavalry. The Champions of the Stag are some of the heaviest armored in all of Westeros.

The faith that the King’s Men have in The Seven is only matched by their faith that Stannis Baratheon should be the next one to sit upon the Iron Throne. Through rigorous training with their greatswords and heavy armor, they are headed to the field of battle in service of the older Baratheon

The Baratheon Wardens unit box for the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game gives House Baratheon commanders a tough, resilient set of troops for their forces. Clad in plate mail and carrying heavy shields, they have a good Defense Save stat, though all of that does slow them down. Their heavy warhammer attacks can crush the enemy's spirit as much as it can crush their bones. Defending against these pounding attacks can leave enemy troops gasping for air as the strength is sucked from them.