Elder Scrolls Tabletop Game Announced With First Look at Skyrim Miniatures (VIDEO)
Tabletop gaming has seen something of a resurgence in recent years, and video games have been quick to expand to this popular medium. Some of gaming’s biggest franchises, including Dark Souls and Sonic the Hedgehog, have found ways to adapt their stories and worlds into tabletop gaming form. Considering the ubiquity of the medieval fantasy genre in tabletop gaming, one would have expected to see the Elder Scrolls franchise as a tabletop game by now. Well, thankfully fans of both worlds can rest easy, as a new Elder Scrolls tabletop game has been announced, with its first set of miniatures revealed.
Modiphius has announced their new Elder Scrolls tabletop game with a new post and listings on their official website. The game is officially titled The Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms, and will similar follow 5he mechanics of Modiphius’s other Bethesda property tabletop game, Fallout: Wasteland Warfare. Players will each be put in charge of up to six hero characters and up to fifteen generic warriors in either the Stormcloak or Imperial Legion factions.
The first wave of miniatures for the game has confirmed to be characters from Skyrim, including Hadvar, Ralof, Marcurio and more. There will also be more miniature waves based on Oblivion and Elder Scrolls Online in the future. While the first wave won’t be released until later this year, a Dragonborn Triumphant miniature is available now to keep fans occupied. This game certainly sounds riveting, and hopefully satisfies fans of the franchise while they await Elder Scrolls 6. Do we want all of these miniatures? Fus No Duh!
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