If you saw a nice new model online and you are not sure when or if it was released, this list will include all releases published by Games Workshop in 2021. For the upcoming releases we have a separate article.
We will keep this page up to date so that you can use it as your single point of reference on what Age of Sigmar Things released in 2021.
We hope you enjoy this list of Age of Sigmar past releases!
Age of Sigmar Recent Releases
6 February 2021
Khagra’s Ravagers (Slaves to Darkness warband)
The first release of 2021 was a Warhammer Underworld warband from the Slaves to Darkness: Khagra’s Ravagers.
20 February 2021
Hedonites of Slaanesh mortals
The first release of the year for Age of Sigmar expanded Slaanesh’s army with an influx of fresh recruits from His/Her mortal followers.
The list included:
- Lord of Pain (previously available in Shadow & Pain battlebox only)
- Myrmidesh Painbringers (can also be assembled as Symbaresh Twinsouls)
- Blissbarb Archers
- Blissbarb Seekers (can also be assembled as Slickblade Seekers)
- Slaangor Fiendbloods
- Sigvald the Magnificent
- Glutos Orscollion
Daughters of Khaine new battletome and Endless Spells
The Daughters of Khaine got new rules in a new battletome followed by Endless Spells.
27 March 2021
The Starblood Stalkers (Seraphon Warband)
The Starblood Stalkers are a Warhammer Underworlds warband representing the Seraphon.
3 April 2021
Broken Realm: Teclis and wave-2 Lumineth Realm-Lords
The sequel to Broken Realms: Morathi brought also a massive expansion to the Lumineth Realm-Lords range.
The list of new miniatures released with the second battletome of Lumineth:
- Lyrior Uthralle, Warden of Ymetrica (can be assembled also as Lord Regent)
- Hurakan Windchargers
- Vanari Bannerblade
- Scinari Calligrave
- Sevireth, Lord of the Seventh Wind (can be assembled also as Hurakan Spirit of the Wind)
- Hurakan Windmage
- Vanari Starshard Ballistas
- Vanari Bladelords
- Scinari Loreseeker
- Ellania and Ellathor, Eclipsian Warsages
- Shrine Luminor
10 April 2021
The fast selling Cursed City board game was released this week together with the Cursed City book from C L Werner.
17 April 2021
Warhammer Underworlds Crimson Court and extras
This Saturday saw the release of extra content for Warhammer Underworlds, starting with the vampire warband The Crimson Court (now usable in Soulblight Gravelords armies) and a new Starter Set pitting Nighthaunt against Stormcast Eternals once again. A new pack of Essential Cards was also released together with the Starter Set.
24 April 2021
Broken Realms: Be’Lakor
This Saturday saw the release of Broken Realms: Be’Lakor, with a new outstanding miniature for the First Prince, and new heroes for Stormcast Eternals (Gardus Steel Soul) and Nighthaunt (Krulghast Cruciator).
15 May 2021
Hedkrakka Madmob (Bonesplitterz Warband)
Hedkrakka Madmob joined Warhammer Underworld Beastgrave, together with a new card expansion, the Silent Menace. They are part of the Bonesplitterz faction (Orruk Warclan).
22 May 2021
Soulblight Gravelords is the latest Death army for Age of Sigmar. It replaces Legions of Nagash with a good core of vampires, joined by skeletons and zombies.
Many kits are restyling of old kits of which we already had a first taste with Cursed City board game with skeleton warriors, zombies and fell bats.
The cover of the new battletome is amazing and shows few hints of what yet has to come. It was revealed together with new Blood Knights, Skeleton Warriors, Zombies and Fell Bats at the Faith & Damnation preview in March.
The first Vampire Lord to be revealed back in January as part of an article following a potato-cam leak. He seems to be a generic hero but he gave us the name of the new faction “Soulblight Gravelords”.
The so long coveted new plastic Blood Knights kit is finally coming our way.
We saw some Skeleton Warriors in Cursed City, but here are some new models available outside of the board game with the same style.
Another kit to be refreshed is the Zombie one, this time coming with female figures and without the excessive tombstones of the Cursed City ones.
Even the Fell Bats are getting new models replacing the metal ones. And they are astonishing models.
Lauka Vai, the Mother of Nightmares
Lauka Vai is the new centrepiece for Soulblight, half vampire, half bat/drake she is a monstrous combatant. She was presented in Warhammer Fest Day 1 show together with all following models.
From the same kit as Lauka Vai, the Vengorian Lord can be built as an alternative sculpt to lead your armies.
29 May 2021
This was the day of Soulblight second part.
Wight King on Skeletal Steed
In the Lords of the Mortal Realms preview in February it was revealed a new model for the Wight King on Skeletal Steed, replacing the old resin kit. Deathrattle (the skeletal side of the army) is definitely being at the centre of the release so far. He is for now available only in the new Start Collecting! Soulblight Gravelords together with a unit of Black Knights (5 models) and 2 of Grave Guards (20 models).
Kritza, the Rat Prince
Kritza, the Rat Prince was announced as part of the Monday Models in March. He was once part of Ulfenkarn nobility (the city of Cursed City) before being almost killed by Radukar the Wolf. As part of his escape he fed on rats and soon discovered to have received the Blood Kiss transforming him in a vampire with… an affinity with rats. Not only they follow him but he can also transform himself in a swarm of rats to flee from his enemies.
Lady Annika, the Thirsting Blade is also part of Ulfenkarn nobility. Her thirst for blood forces her in the middle of the fray until there’s no one else left alive around her with her sword draining the victims of their bodily fluids.
Radukar the Beast
Well Radukar didn’t last long in Ulfenkarn. Slayed by the courageous explorers of Cursed City, he is now reborn as a beast. But still keeps his wolf coat…
Belladamma Volga, First of the Vyrkos
Belladamma Volga is apparently the oldest of the Vyrkos vampiric dynasty, able to command Dire Wolves but also to transform mortals in wolves with a hand gesture…
And finally also Dire Wolves get an updated kit as previous one clearly showed his age.
Radukar the Wolf and Radukar’s Court
Radukar the Wolf and his Court return from Cursed City in form of miniatures to be usable in a Soulblight Gravelords army (or as a painting project).
Kainan’s Reapers (Ossiarch Bonereapers Warband)
Kainan’s Reapers Warhammer Underworld warband from the Ossiarch Bonereapers.
5 June 2021
Broken Realm: Kragnos
The final and last chapter of the Broken Realms saga is Kragnos.
He is a God of Destruction that once sparred with Gorkamorka himself and broke one of his teeth with his shield. Shield that is able to repel most spells: roll 3D6 and if you beat the casting value (not the casting roll) then the spell has no effect on Kragnos. He can be used in any Destruction army and is a real steamroller.
Galen and Doralia ven Denst – Witch Hunters
The happy hunting family ven Denst, Witch Hunter at the service of Sigmar chasing heretics of all types. Father and Daughter joining Cities of Sigmar armies.
Lord Kroak, the most ancient of Seraphon’s Slaans, finally gets a new model. Although, you know, he has been technically dead since the first time he received a miniature many years ago, and this is just his mummy.
Newborn of Slaanesh
The Newborn of Slaanesh, an entity that escaped Slaanesh’s prison when Morathi became goddess has now taken form. One of two dangerous demons. Synessa represents the magic aspect.
While Dexcessa is a powerful and graceful combatant. Both can be assembled from the same kit.
Sylvaneth’s Warsong Revenant represent the awakening of life at the sound of music.
At the same time Melusai Ironscale was released for the first time outside of the Shadow & Pain box set, and 4 thematic but limited boxes representing the narrative in Broken Realms: Kragnos (Beasts of Chaos, Skaventide, Sylvaneth and Hedonites of Slaanesh).
12 June 2021
Elathain’s Soulraid (Idoneth Deepkin Warband)
Warhammer Fest Day 4 finally previewed the last warband for Season 4 (Direchasm) of Warhammer Underworlds, and it’s really fishy! And holy crab! That little crustacean was the highlight of Warhammer Fest!
3 July 2021
Age of Sigmar 3.0
And the sixth day they looked back at all their hard work but still had more to show! Age of Sigmar 3.0 was officially announced (with many teasers) in Warhammer Fest sixth day.
The full launch box has been presented in a special unboxing show. It depicts Stormcast Eternals against Kruleboyz, a new breed of Orruks coming from the swamps with their monsters.
We start with the cover of the new rulebook featuring a new heroine of Sigmar facing some chaotic monster. The new setting will start in Ghur where forced of Destruction are on the rise.
General Handbook 2021
The General Handbook 2021, other than containing all point changes for the new edition, introduces us to the first battlepack dedicated to the war in Ghur.
Yndrasta, the Celestial Spear
Yndrasta, in all her beauty, is not only a powerful monster hunter in service of Sigmar, but she is also at the same level as the Celestant Prime in the ranks of the Stormcast Eternals.
Lord-Imperatant with Gryph-hound
The protagonist of the cinematic trailer of Age of Sigmar 3.0 and new leader in the Stormcast Eternals
Another Stormcast wizard.
Knight-Vexillor with Banner of Apotheosis
A banner holder, and an impressive one. This one contains a tiny portion of the Anvil of Apotheosis power.
The Vindictor are the rank and file of the new Stormcast Eternals coming to the battlefield. They are equipped with the thunderstrike armour that allows them to bolt back to Azyr bypassing the consequences of Be’lakor machinations.
The Annihilators are the anvil AND the hammer of the new Stormcast Eternals paladins. With a 2+ save, mortal wounds on damage and a promised powerful hammer attack on melee they are really going to be a force to be reckoned.
Elite bodyguards for Stormcast heroes.
The Orruk Kruleboyz are a sub-factions of the Orruk Warclans that can be played on their own or as part of a Big Waaagh!
Killaboss on Great Gnashtoof
Leading the Kruleboyz there are Killaboss. This one is riding a bog-hound into battle.
Swampcalla Shaman and Pot-grot
Powerful wizards able to concoct various potions helped by their Pot-grot assistants.
Killaboss with Stab-grot
When not riding monstrous beasts, Killaboss charge into the fray fully armed and with a Grot or two to kick in front of an incoming blow.
Murknob with Belcha-banna
Even the Kruleboyz have their own banner. Even if in this case this is a representation of Kragnos (top), Orruks (middle) and Grots (bottom) with a bit of imagination. The tongue is taken from swamp lizards and keeps emitting poisonous gas for months after the owner has been slain.
While normally Orruks don’t employ ranged weapons, Kruleboyz can be found throwing poisoned bolts with incredible precision.
Gutrippaz armed with poisoned blades and skareshields are the battleline of Kruleboyz armies.
These Hobgrots are allies of the Kruleboyz and armed with all sort of explosive devices. Maybe they got some help from Chaos Duardins?
31 July 2021
After the introductory Dominion set, it has been finally released a series of Starting Sets that replace the old Soul Wars. There are three sets all depicting Stormcast Eternals against Kruleboyz: Warrior (1 hero + 1 unit each), Harbinger (1 hero + 2 units each) and Extremis (same content as Harbinger plus terrain set available also separately).
Re-boxed Endless Spells sets
Malign Sorcery, Forbidden Power and Penumbral Engine are now available in re-boxed sets at a cheaper price.
4 September 2021
Arena Mortis Direchasm
Arena Mortis returns back with a new edition, new rules and hazards and the ability to make Duinclaw, the crab from the Idoneth warband, a killing machine!
18 September 2021
The first battletome of Age of Sigmar 3.0 together with the Orruk Warclans, detailing the new warscrolls but also faction-specific Grand Strategies, Battle Tactics and Core Battalions.
The new battletome was released also in Limited Edition and joined by separate Warscroll Cards, Dice Set and a re-release of the Knight-Arcanum on Gryph-charger previously available only in the Soul Wars box set, accompanied by an Evocator-Prime
Knight-Judicator with Gryph-hounds
The Knight-Vindicator is a masterful archer.
A chariot led by two massive Gryph-chargers used to break enemy lines.
The second battletome to be released in Age of Sigmar 3.0 comprises rules to play Ironjawz, Bonesplitters, the newest Kruleboyz or all together in the Big Waaagh!
The new battletome was released also in Limited Edition and joined by separate Warscroll Cards and Dice Set.
This huge crossbow is perfect for killing monsters and infantry alike.
Breaka-boss on Mirebrute Troggoth
Those Breaka-bosses lucky enough to encounter a Mirebrute Troggoth and not only survive but even “tame” them, use them as a mount. Please note the cushion to protect the Troggoth from the pole holding the boss’ seat.
Grand Alliance Dice Sets
The first Age of Sigmar 3.0 release outside of the starter sets was also accompanied by a dice set for each Grand Alliance.
25 September 2021
A new named character for the Orruks and it seems quite the power-house lore wise. It can also be assembled alternatively as a Snatchaboss on Sludgeraker Beast.
This huge beast combines the cunningness of these Orruks with the regenerative powers of the Troggoth.
Gobsprakk, Mouth of Mork
The Mouth of Mork was revealed casually on a Monday: Gobsprakk sitting on his immense Corpse-rippa Vulcha called Killabeak. Alternatively this huge centrepiece can be assembled as a Killaboss on Corpse-rippa Vulcha.
The Gutrippaz from the Dominion box set and other starter sets are also available separately with an alternative weapon profile (slittas instead of spears for closer range damage) plus the full command set (bannerman and musician).
Dawnbringer Crusade Scenery
Some of the scenery present in the Extremis Starter Set is available now separately with the addition of few new pieces. In total the following sets were released: Domicile Shell, Domicile Shell with Winch, Guardian Idol and Nexus Syphon.
23 October 2021
Season 5 of Warhammer Underworlds was finally revealed at Gencon 2021. It is set in the underwater, beneath the seas of Ulgu, the realm of Shadow, in Harrowdeep.
It pits Xandire’s Truthseekers, a warband of Stormcast Eternals armed with the Thunderstrike Armour (and an Aetherwing) against Da Kunnin’ Krew, a warband of Orruk Kruleboyz.
The new warbands support a new format called Rivals with pre-determined decks ready to go, perfect for beginners. The other traditional formats are still supported.
The same day 10 warbands from the previous seasons (Beastgrave and Direchasm) have been made available without cards as stand-alone models: The Wurmspat, The Dread Pageant, Skaeth’s Wild Hunt, The Grymwatch, Rippa’s Snarlfang, Morgok’s Krushas, Myari’s Purifiers, Morgwaeth’s Blade-Coven, Hrothgorn’s Mantrappers and Gashrak’s Despoilers.
30 October 2021
Lord-Commander Bastian Carthalos
As if Yndrasta was not enough, Lord-Commander Bastian Carthalos, leader of the Hammers of Sigmar himself is dropping on the field to rally his troops and led them against the overcoming forces surrounding them.
A priest of Sigmar.
A new battleline specialised in sword-wielding to complement the Vindictors.
A new ranged unit to bolster the ranks of Judicators and Vanguard-Raptors.
Annihilators with hammer and shield were already present in the Dominion boxset. The new individual box contains more options including a two-handed Meteoric Grandhammer.
Praetors are heroes protectors able to take some of the wounds otherwise destined to the leaders. They are available for the first time as a single box.
Also the Vindictors are available for the first time in individual box.
Man-Skewer Boltboyz and Hobgrot Slittaz
Another two kits, this time for the Orruk Kruleboyz, available for the first time individually. The Hobgrot are sold in box of 20 and contain two weapon options, including option for musician, standard-bearer and leader.
13 November 2021
Red Harvest is the latest Warcry set pitting the Tarantulos Brood against the Darkoath Savagers in the middle of an abandoned varanite mine! Core rules did not change, so all previous warbands are still valid.
20 November 2021
Holga Clovenhorn is an Aspiring Champion from the Slaves to Darkness army. She was originally meant to be the 2021 Event miniature, but not many events occurred in 2021, so here she is released to the full public.
4 December 2021
Krondys, Son of Dracothion
The long awaited Dragons are back and with a big boom! First off is Krondys, Son of Dracothion, an ancient dragon with powerful magical abilities. The entire dragon released has been postponed to December 2021.
Karazai the Scarred
And then his brother, Karazai, whose time spent battling in Ghur made him more feisty.
The Knight-Draconis can make Stormdrake Guard battleline, enabling to field an army entirely made of Dragons!
The Stormdrake Guard can be fielded with either lances or warblades.
11 December 2021
It’s that time of the year where GW releases battleforces (a discounted box containing a considerable amount of miniatures, usually around 1000 points). This is the closest thing to Christmas discounts, so grab them until they are available. These are the 4 for Age of Sigmar, but Ossiarch Bonereapers was not available in the entire world the 11th of December.
18 December 2021
Maggotkin of Nurgle new Battletome
The oldest battletome existing (January 2018, still in the first version of Age of Sigmar) finally gets an updated with new tricks up their sleeves including Diseased battle trait, an army-wide ability able to wither and rot their enemies. The battletome was released with dice and warscroll cards.
The battletome did not come alone. A new version of the Rotbringer Sorcerer is available for the first time since Fecula Flyblown from the Wurmspat (a Warhammer Underworld warband). The previous model was dated 2008.
Vanguard box for Nurgle
Maggotkin of Nurgle is the first Age of Sigmar army to get a “Vanguard” box, that is a more expensive starter set containing more miniatures.\
The box contains Spoilpox Scrivener Herald of Nurgle, a unit of 2 Pusgoyle Blightlords, a unit of 5 Blightkings and a unit of 10 Plaguebearers.
Dominion miniatures separate release
Now that the Dominion box set that launched Age of Sigmar 3.0 is more difficult to find, we are seeing some of its miniatures released separately. The Thunderstrike command led by Yndrasta and the Kruleboyz Boss-krew, contain some of the miniatures of that box not already available in separate sets (but not all).