Welcome to the Broken Realms, where the Age of Sigmar will never be the same again!
The third volume of the Broken Realms saga is upon us, and the shadowy machinations of Be’lakor, first of the Daemon Princes, are beginning to bear fruit. As the Realms are plunged into chaos, can he claim his rightful place as his Gods’ chosen champion? Alongside the engrossing tale of Be’lakor’s ascendency, the book contains exclusive new rules for the Nighthaunt, Seraphon, Kharadron Overlords, and Disciples of Tzeentch.
The Broken Realms saga continues as Teclis, aelven god of magic, enacts his grand plans to bring an end to the Soul Wars once and for all – and punish the Great Necromancer responsible. Alongside the world-defining narrative, you’ll find rules for the expanded Lumineth Realm-lords warhosts, plus previously unseen rules for the Maggotkin of Nurgle, Cities of Sigmar, Flesh-eater Courts, and the Ossiarch Bonereapers.
The first instalment in this thrilling series tells the story of Morathi’s aspirations to ascend to godhood, and the lengths she will go – including outright betrayal – to achieve her goal. In addition to exciting, world-changing background, the book includes exclusive new rules for five of the narrative’s featured factions – the Cities of Sigmar, Stormcast Eternals, Slaves to Darkness, Idoneth Deepkin and, of course, the Daughters of Khaine.
Lady Olynder, Mortarch of Grief, and her spectral bodyguards take to the field once more in a new warscroll battalion, ready to enact harsh punishment on the forces of Order. But why have they mobilised now, at the close of the Soul Wars? You’ll have to read the book to find out.
Lady Olynder, Mortarch of Grief
When there’s profit to be had, you can be sure the Kharadron Overlords are there to stake a claim. Drongon Humboldsson, master endrineer, takes the prototype Frigate Redoubtable for a spin when destiny calls and the chance for profit rears its head. Luckily his team of famed Aether-runner apprentices is on hand, represented in a new warscroll battalion.
Iq-to and his Celestial Stampede are ready to go wherever their slann masters direct them, even willing to charge to certain death in the name of the Great Plan. If tough monsters that roll a boat-load of dice are your thing, you’ll love the new warscroll battalion, and you even get a suite of four special Bound Endless Spells for your mounted skink wizards.
Atra’zan the Immolator seeks to engulf the Mortal Realms in an arcane firestorm. That’s why he’s assembled a troupe of daemonic pyromaniacs who surge into battle like a living inferno, delighting in the stench of charred flesh as they roam across the blasted lands of Chaos. His Blazing Cavalcade charges with such ferocity that the enemy is battered under a storm of daemonic blows.
Atra’zan the Immolator
As the forces of Death push through the Bleeding Gate into Ghyran, Nurgle’s plaguehosts respond in kind. Driven forward by the diseased jubilations of Gortle Pulpskull, the massed ranks of Invidia’s Plaguebearers are represented in a new warscroll battalion, with updated warscrolls for each of the three units it contains.
The city of Settler’s Gain was protected from the worst of the Necroquake by Teclis himself, and now they seek to repay him in kind. Broken Realms: Teclis contains rules for fielding armies from this Hyshian City of Sigmar as well as a warscroll battalion representing the assembled war machines of the Xintil War-magi.
Deluded cannibals from the noble realm of Ymetrica, the howling ghouls of Gorstane Mortevell are fanatically devoted in their worship of Nagash. Relive his part in the Broken Realms saga with a unique warscroll battalion and command trait for Mortevell’s Helcourt.
The Lumineth assault bears down on Shyish’s Triptych fortresses with the blessing of a god at their back, and it’s up to Horrek Venzai, Liege-Kavalos of the Stalliarch Lords, to turn their blade aside. Take Horrek’s Dreadlance into battle with a brand new warscroll battalion to represent the relentless charge of these peerless skeletal horsemen.
Morathi commands the absolute loyalty of the Daughters of Khaine, who fight to aid the Shadow Queen in her quest for a divine apotheosis. The Daughters of Khaine receive battle traits and warscroll battalions for the Zainthar Kai Temple, alongside two warscrolls that let you use both versions of Morathi on the tabletop at the same time – yes, really!
Morathi, the Shadow Queen
Without wishing to give the game away, suffice to say that the free city of Anvilgard in Aqshy, the Realm of Fire, has quite the part to play in the narrative’s unfolding events. Book One includes rules for the cities of Misthåvn and Har Kuron, as well as a warscroll battalion for the sorceress Drusa Kraeth and her chosen warriors.
The Anvils of the Heldenhammer, guardians of the Black Nexus in Anvilguard, are set to be tested like never before! To that end, the book includes five new warscroll battalions, representing the Wardens of the Stormkeep, Stormtower Garrison, Stormkeep Patrol, Stormkeep Brotherhood, and Ven Brecht’s Black Watch, alongside three sets of battle traits for the Celestial Sentinels Stormkeep.
Keiser Ven Brecht
War comes to the Eightpoints, though the Everchosen is certainly not one to shy from a challenge to his power! One of the countless warlords who serve Archaon is Rokar Gresh, ruler of a warband called the Crimson Brethren. There are rules to include his warscroll battalion, Gresh’s Iron Reapers, as well as new battle traits, command traits, and Idolator Prayers.
One of the key battles in the narrative is a huge Idoneth Deepkin assault against Hagg Nar. To help you re-enact the action, there’s a warscroll battalion for The Bloodsurf Hunt, Nemmetar’s royal guardians. The book also includes four warscrolls – Akhelian Allopexes, Akhelian Leviadon, and both Eidolons of Mathlann – alongside mount traits for Deepmares and Leviadons.
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Spreading his wings and standing tall as befits the first Daemon Prince, Be’lakor is an imposing figure many times larger than a mere mortal. Armed with the fearsome Blade of Shadows, the Dark Master can further his ambition in the Mortal Realms with multiple options and a colossal scenic base.
Once mortals that met their end on the most wicked of torture racks, the Krulghast Cruciators are bitter souls twisted into engines of torment by Nagash. So dedicated to causing suffering are these champions of Death that the pain they inflict radiates outwards and bolsters their spectral allies.
As the leader of the Hallowed Knights Stormhost, Gardus Steel Soul is an indomitable force for Order and shining beacon of hope for all of Sigmar’s faithful. Just as capable of leading his fellow Stormcast as he is vanquishing foes with runeblade and warhammer, Gardus is a fearsome foe for the forces of Chaos.
While embarking on a test flight of the prototype Frigate Redoubtable, Drongon Humboldsson and his crew are thrown into an unexpected battle when their profiteering encounters dangerous daemonic foes.
Combine the models in the set with the rules found in Broken Realms: Be’lakor, and you’ll be able to field the Drongon’s Aether-runners warscroll battalion – representing the master endrineer and his team of dirigible suit-wearing apprentices.
Atra’zan the Immolator wants nothing more than to see every one of the Mortal Realms engulfed in an arcane firestorm, and to this end he’s collected a force of daemonic pyromaniacs who share his destructive vision.
Combine the models in the set with the rules found in Broken Realms: Be’lakor, and you’ll be able to field the Blazing Cavalcade warscroll battalion – representing a horde of furious daemons of Tzeentch and their Herald, Atra’zan the Immolator.
As the Mortarch of Grief, Lady Olynder serves as one of Nagash’s most trusted servants, and a commander of her importance requires attendants of surpassing skill. Despite their ghostly nature, her court of personal servants are therefore warriors of legendary repute.
Combine the models in the set with the rules found in Broken Realms: Be’lakor, and you’ll be able to field the Sorrowmourn Choir warscroll battalion – representing Lady Olynder and her closest bodyguards as the Mortarch takes to the field in person..