Age of Sigmar

Warhammer Age of Sigmar

Warhammer: Age of Sigmar is a miniatures wargame designed and produced by Games Workshop (located in Nottingham, England) that features highly detailed scale models allowing you to join the fight for survival and conquest in a fantasy inspired world. Age of Sigmar (AoS going forward) was released internationally on July 4th, 2015 as the spiritual successor to Warhammer Fantasy Battle (WFB) though it is important to note that AoS is a vastly different game with it’s on unique rule set, army composition and narrative style. Battles in the fantasy realms focus on short, brutal engagements as players strive to accomplish their mission objectives while snatching victory from their opponents hands. One last important introductory note is that AoS focuses on scalability; meaning that your army can be as small or large as you like. This fluidity in army designs makes AoS a fantastic introduction to miniature wargaming and allows you to build your army over time rather than the steep cost of entry associated with many other wargames. Players build, paint and assemble their forces in order to take part in the epic battles going on across eight distinct theaters of war. Will the forces of Chaos prevail or with the stoic heroes of these war-stricken lands pierce the darkness? You and your friends will decide!

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If you are new to the game or looking to learn more, each of these pages is an invaluable resource. Through these links you can learn about gameplay, where to start your purchases and see some games in action.

Getting Started in Age of Sigmar

Age of Sigmar Start Collecting Box Contents and Reviews

Age of Sigmar Tutorial Series



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Age of Sigmar Book Club Series