There are a lot of people in Westeros who do not swear allegiance to any of the major or minor houses. One such group is the Free Folk, people from the far north who head south to find a place to live. In this overview of upcoming changes A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game, we see how these Free Folk will be updated.
From the article:
Good guys and bad guys, heroes and bad guys, men of honor, liars, fools, bullies … we have a lot of them, just like you. -Lady Val to Jon Snow The style of play of Free Folk can be summed up in one word: Horde. More than any other faction, the Free Folk have access to many inexpensive options when it comes to the battlefield. Another key element of Free Folk is The diversity. Each tribe brings their own style to combat, and using the different strengths correctly, while mitigating weaknesses, will separate the best Free Folk players from the rest.
This time, instead of introducing a particular commander, we’ll instead talk about the many combat units the Free People have at their disposal, along with their powerful attachments: