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The Free Folk in the north care not for the squabbles of the various Houses south of The Wall. These nomadic tribes will go where they please. And recently, they've been flowing their way into warmer climes. However, the people already in those lands don't take kindly to what appears to be an invasion force. Both sides are arming for war.
The Free Folk aren't necessarily fighting to place a representative on the Iron Throne. Though, they certainly would if given the opportunity. They are just trying to fight for an equal opportunity to live life like the southerners do. The Free Folk Heroes I box gives Free Folk Commanders a whole host of new options for their forces. Coming up from the ranks of everyday men and women, people like Rattleshirt, Harma the Dogshead, or The Weeper, are set to move the course of the Free Folk in certain directions. This set includes both Unit Attachments as well as Non-Combat Units,
In Westeros, it's not just the men that will put their lives on the line out on the battlefield. Especially for the Free Folk, everyone is expected to do their part, and that's why the Spearwives units are created. But far from just feeble extras, the Spearwives have trained extensively with their weapons of choice and can be just as deadly as any other soldier. Their short spears are light enough to even be thrown at the enemy, letting the Spearwives cut them down at range. But the real danger comes when they charge. Their sharp spears, with the momentum of a running start, can pierce even the toughest armor.
The Free Folk are a rugged people, not very familiar with any forms of civilization. They aren't ones to settle down on land and farm. They get their meals through wits and wiles, making traps and snares to hunt prey.
Many in Westeros regard those in the Free Folk army as savages, and many in the Free Folk seem to go out of their way to enhance that feeling. The Followers of Bone unit box gives Free Folk commanders a scary new unit to fill their ranks. The horrific visages of these warriors can cause enemies to shrink back instead of surging forward, making them take a Panic Test before they can attack the Followers.