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The Dispossessed represent the more traditional Dwarfs who still bear grudges against their enemies and worship Grungni.
The Ironweld Arsenal focuses on the artillery element of the Dwarfs and are allied with humans. Fyreslayers are mercenary duardin who worship Grimnir and fight for Ur-Gold, a magical element believed to be remnants of their fallen god. Kharadron Overlords are a steampunk duardin faction that consists of ironclad airships and warriors wearing armoured suits.
Separated a long time ago from the rest of their race, the Kharadron live in sky-cities and are armed with shooting weapons powered by aether-gold.
Humans include the Devoted of Sigmar, priests and evangelists, the wizards of the Collegiate Arcane, and the Freeguild knights, archers, and soldiers. Aelfs, previously the Elves. The Daughters of Khaine are a shadowy cabal of witch aelves devoted to Khaine and Morathi; ostensibly they wish to revive Khaine, but Morathi secretly is plotting to ascend to godhood.
The Idoneth Deepkin are marine aelves created by Teclis that ride sea monsters into battle and raid for souls on the surface. Chaos[ edit ] Fueled by the base desires and actions of mortals, Chaos seek to dominate the Mortal Realms. They serve the Four Chaos Gods.
Everchosen, the followers of Archaon the Everchosen of Chaos. Elite warriors of the Ruinous Powers, they seek nothing less than the complete subjugation of the Realms under Chaos. Slaves to Darkness, mortal warriors devoted to Chaos in its undivided form. Blades of Khorne, daemons and Bloodbound mortals of Khorne. At the start of the Age of Sigmar they were primarily stationed in Aqshy, and were the first to encounter the Stormcast Eternals.
Disciples of Tzeentch, daemons and Arcanite mortals of Tzeentch. Their major stronghold was Chamon, where Ghal Maraz had been hidden. Maggotkin of Nurgle, daemons and Rotbringer mortals of Nurgle. Their realm of choice is the fertile world of Ghyran, where Nurgle sought to capture Alarielle for his own. Hosts of Slaanesh, daemons and mortals of Slaanesh. With their god currently missing, the devotees of Slaanesh have been searching across the realms.
Like the Slaves to Darkness they are not devoted to any specific chaos god, and many worship chaos in itself. These vile ratmen are subdivided into clans with different approaches to warfare. The Masterclan unites the leaders of the Skaven armies.
The Clans Skryre dabble in bizarre sorcery and science. The Clans Moulder breed grotesque war beasts.
The Clans Pestilens are fanatically devoted to the Great Horned Rat's plague aspect, and they to spread pestilence across the realms. Death[ edit ] Opposed to Chaos and more or less allied with Order when against Chaos, Death wishes to rule all the realms for themselves.
The most homogeneous faction, it is entirely ruled by Nagash, the self-proclaimed god of death. Legions of Nagash, a general Death faction representing the forces Nagash has at his disposal.
It includes the Deathlords, the Soulblight vampires, the necromantic Deathmages, the Deadwalker zombies, the ghosts of the Nighthaunt, and the Deathrattle skeletons. Flesh-Eater Courts, vile ghouls and vampires deluded into seeing themselves as cultured aristocrats. Nighthaunt ghosts, spirits, and wraiths. In Soul Wars they came to the fore as the rivalry between Sigmar and Nagash developed.
Destruction[ edit ] Unpredictable and opportunistic, Destruction factions fight for their survival, for their own self-interest, or just for the love of a good fight.
Their patron god is Gorkamorka, who is worshipped in different guises by each faction. Reroll fail hit and wound against Char. If warlord charges, add D3 to Attacks until end of ensuing fight phases. Suffers an additional MW. Add 1 to warlord Attack characteristics. Does not affect vehicles.
Khorne 1. Each time ur warlord fights, can make a single attack instead of normal cc attack. Make a single hit roll, if successful, target suffers D3MW. Add 1 to result of 1st psychic test taken by your warlord. Nurgle 1. Each time warlord lose Wound in fight phase. Remember that supposed frailty issue we were murmuring about earlier? Turns out Daemons can at least be shot at to keep them at bay, with almost nothing to contribute with in the shooting phase.
Although unlike other armies, they all get ward saves against it. Important Note: Each of the 4 gods Khorne, Nurgle, Tzeentch and Slaanesh all grant their respective daemons a unique trait. Like the ones from 40K, only better and considerably so.
There are three Greater Daemon and four herald characters.
Under the current edition, named characters tend to be overpriced; you can pretty easily emulate most named characters from scratch and save yourself some points. That said, a few named characters do have abilities and wargear or wargear combos unique to them, so if you absolutely need to have them, go ahead. Just make sure you're really getting your points worth.
Alternate Take: Skip for miles.
Avoid like the plague of Nurgle. You can always swap out results for magic weapons or one of the Hellforged Artifacts, if using the Exalted Gifts chart , when rolling on the Gifts chart.
The Daemons battle force is a good place to start, otherwise start with a Herald and a block or two core. Your core can vary, with Bloodletters being 14 points each you want to put them in fights that they will win, so like every other army don't have them try to toe off with warriors because their OP units of characters.
Daemonettes are pretty good when used as redirecting units so a few small units may not be a bad idea. You also want to sneak Heralds into these units plus a special standard, though that last one is superfluous.
A good goal is to build towards one or two gods at first, and add to your collection over time, because every god by itself is fairly reliable nurgle is arguably the best when you mix two or more your army will quickly become a honed daemon death machine. Daemons do not get access to magic items, which in 8th edition can be a bit of setback. However, they may download rolls on the Daemonic Gifts table, available to them in their army book and just like magic items, it's easy to go overboard with them.
Your Greater Daemons get pts. Remember that you can swap your gift for a points-equivalent magic weapon from the BRB.