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Fantasy Flight Games has launched their official page regarding their new Battles of Westeros tactical board game. As part of the festivities, they’ve set a firm date on the “Days of Ice and Fire” event we’ve previously mentioned: November 12-14, with GRRM promising a Q&A session and several signings, with the possibility of a reading and an interview as well.
Also in time for the site, an interview with Christian Petersen, CEO of Fantasy Flight Games, where he reveals that in fact they’re using a brand new rules system for this game, and that the use of “BattleLore” is purely for branding purposes. This is, to say the least, somewhat controversial for BattleLore fans.
The Westeros network consists of several different sites, including a forum and a wiki, for all your A Song of Ice and Fire needs.