Game Of Thrones is back: Singapore fans have their own 'battles'

Illustrator Russell Ng (far left), 29, a Game Of Thrones fan, playing the A Song Of Ice And Fire tabletop miniatures game at Gamersaurus Rex. The game, which launched six months ago after a successful Kickstarter bid, has tiny figures (above) that th
Illustrator Russell Ng (above), 29, a Game Of Thrones fan, playing the A Song Of Ice And Fire tabletop miniatures game at Gamersaurus Rex. ST PHOTOS: JASMINE CHOONG
Illustrator Russell Ng (far left), 29, a Game Of Thrones fan, playing the A Song Of Ice And Fire tabletop miniatures game at Gamersaurus Rex. The game, which launched six months ago after a successful Kickstarter bid, has tiny figures (above) that th
The game, which launched six months ago after a successful Kickstarter bid, has tiny figures (above) that the gamers paint by hand.ST PHOTOS: JASMINE CHOONG

On a wet Monday night in the Upper Thomson enclave, wars are being waged.

Lannister armies charge at one another, the Young Wolf faces off with the Kingslayer, and free folk and giants fight.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 04, 2019, with the headline 'Singaporeans have their own 'battles''. Print Edition | Subscribe