Useful External Links
- This page was last updated 2019.01
- 1 Official Stuff
- 2 Fan Communities
- 3 Fanmade Sites & Resources
- 4 Online Retailers & Trade groups
Privateer Press' main website has all the core rules for you to download for free.
Warroom is an app for mobile devices that does a lot of stuff, some better than others. In order of importance, they are:
- Contains all the model rules
- Contains all the theme rules. (This feature is implemented poorly if you just want to browse)
- Lets you build army lists. (This feature has a couple of bugs, and in certain situations will fail to tell you the list you built has an illegal model combination.)
- Lets you track damage during a game
- Lets you link to your opponent's Warroom, so you can read their cards and watch their damage tracking. (This feature is a bit buggy, and super draining on your battery)
- Contains a copy of the rulebook. (This feature works terribly)
You can download the app for free, and it contains some models for free (the battlebox contents I think?) but you have to buy most models as in-app purchases.
- Once you pay for a Faction, any future models for that Faction will be added to your app.
- If you buy the "All Factions" option, not only do you get all the current Factions, all future Factions will be automatically added to your app too.
This league is designed to encourage new players to begin learning the game with their chosen faction’s battle box and then expand their collection over the course of six weeks. The Journeyman League rewards both the player’s in-game victories and their skill with a brush.
- Latest version: Journeyman League Rules
- Previous versions:
Steamroller are rules for running a tournament, it modifies stuff like how long the game lasts, how scenario points are scored, and how terrain should be set out.
- Latest version: Steamroller Tournaments
- Previous versions:
Judges Resolution Policy (2016)
If you and your opponent make a mistake, and you can't agree how to fix it, then this is how a judge would rule (most of the time):
Narrative Leagues & Special Events
- See also: League Models
- 2019.01 Winter Rampage '19.pdf
- In this season's narrative league, it's Crucible Guard and the Llaelese Resistance attempting to free Llael from its Khadoran occupiers.
- 2018.10 Criterion website
- Criterion is a narrative league for WARMACHINE & HORDES that celebrates the fifteenth anniversary of WARMACHINE by putting the players right in the action of some of western Immoren’s best-known battles throughout history. From the rebellion against the Orgoth to the First Cygnaran Civil War
- 2018.05 First Shot website
- WARMACHINE: First Shot is a very special Organized Play team event specifically designed as a way for parents to introduce the joy of WARMACHINE to their of-age children.
- 2018.06 Summer Rampage '18.pdf
- 2018.01 Winter Rampage '18.pdf
- 2018-ish Vengeful Deeds website
- 2017.10 Longest Night website
- 2017.08 Rotten Bounty.pdf
- 2017.07 Grymkin Release Event.pdf
- 2017.06 Summer Rampage '17.pdf
- 2017-ish Feast of the Fallen website
- 2016.09 to 2017.06 Crossroads of Courage website
- 2016.06 Full Steam Release.pdf
Find players in your local area
Refer to our Find your local community article.
Forums, chatrooms, etc
- Privateer Press Forums - Official forums
- CID Forums - Official forums for beta rules (new unreleased models etc).
- See also What is CID?
- Lormahordes - Unofficial forums
- Discord Server - Discord is a very easy to use online chatroom. It's browser based, but it'll install an app version if you connect while on a mobile device
- Warmachine University
- Warmachine and Hordes for beginners
- Warmachine and Hordes General
- Community Builders Public group
You can also find groups for your local country, state, and/or city.
Fanmade Sites & Resources
See the Cheat Sheets article.
Vassal - Tabletop Simulator
Not to be confused with an online game, Vassal is a program that simulates a tabletop game and lets you play it online. So yeah I suppose it is an online game.
You'll need to install the "base" Vassal program plus the Warmachine "module".
Conflict Chamber is a browser-based free army builder. It is faster to load and use than Warroom is and, unlike Warroom, it doesn't make mistakes with list legality. On the other hand, it doesn't include any rules and is literally just an army builder.
Lexicanum & Iron Kingdom wikis
These are two wiki sites dedicated to the lore of Warmachine and Hordes.
I don't know why there are two, it seems redundant in my opinion. I guess maybe they have slightly different focuses? I haven't actually bothered examining them to spot the difference.