This is an overview of all the Warbands for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar Warcry.
Latest update: first part of the wave 2 warbands
List of all Warcry Warbands
All Chaos Warbands
- Untamed Beasts
- Iron Oglems
- Cypher Lords
- Corvus Cabal
- Splintered Fang
- The Unmade
- Spire Tyrants
- Beasts of Chaos
- Slaves to Darkness
- Disciples of Tzeentch: Arcanites
- Disciples of Tzeentch: Daemons
- Maggotkin of Nurgle: Rotbringers
- Maggotkin of Nurgle: Daemons
- Blades of Khorne: Bloodbound
- Blades of Khorne: Daemons
- Hedonites of Slaanesh
- Scions of Flame (not released yet)
All Order Warbands
- Stormcast Eternals: Vanguard
- Stormcast Eternals: Warrior Chamber
- Daughters of Khaine
- Idoneth Deepkin
- Kharadron Overlords
- Stormcast Eternals: Sacrosanct
All Death Warbands
- Legions of Nagash
- Flesh-Eater Courts
All Destruction Warbands
- Gloomspite Gitz
- Ogor Mawtribes
Getting the Miniatures and Cards for the various Warbands
Each Warband in Warcry have a specific set of models that they can use in the game. Those models will be listed on the back of the warbands ability card.
The ability card will list the special abilities of the Warband.
Each fighter in a warband will also have a separate card detailing the stats of that fighter.
Some warbands have a dedicated box where you can buy several different miniatures (about 8-10 minis a box). If you buy that box, you will get all of the cards you need to play that warband.
If there is no dedicated box for that Warband you need to buy the models from various Age of Sigmar miniature boxes.
I am making guides for each Warband and in those, I will go over what options you have with regards to buying the various warbands.
You can buy a card pack for each warband, at least if you can find a copy. Once they are sold out they are not getting a reprint.
If cannot find the warband cards you can find them in the Tome of Champions.
Building a Warband
When you build a warband for pick up and play in Warcry, you just have to follow a few simple guidelines:
- You need 1 leader, but you cannot have more than 1
- You need between 3 and 15 fighters
- You can have a maximum of 1000 points
I suggest using the Warband builder GW released, as it is pretty good and covers what you need for a quick build but can also do the campaign stuff.
If you are a bit more the pen and paper kind of person, Guy_De_Lombard over on Reddit made a sweet Warband Roster you can print out (there is one in the book, but you would have to photocopy it).
|Warband Name||Warband Box||StG Box||Guide for Warband|
|Untamed Beasts||Go to Guide||Buy Warband|
|Iron Golems||Go to Guide||Buy Warband|
|Cypher Lords||Go to Guide||Buy Warband|
|Corvus Cabal||Go to Guide||Buy Warband|
|Splintered Fang||Go to Guide||Buy Warband|
|The Unmade||Go to Guide||Buy Warband|
|Spire Tyrants||Go to Guide||Buy Warband|
|Disciples of Tzeentch: Daemons||Go to Guide||Buy Warband|
|Beasts of Chaos|
|Slaves to Darkness|
|Disciples of Tzeentch: Arcanites|
|Maggotkin of Nurgle: Rotbringers|
|Maggotkin of Nurgle: Daemons|
|Blades of Khorne: Bloodbound|
|Blades of Khorne: Daemons|
|Hedonites of Slaanesh|
|Scions of Flame (not released yet)|
The Untamed Beasts is one of the two Warbands for Warcry that comes in the current starter set. Post-release GW has also released a box for the warband (as the starter set will disappear at some point) and box for the Slaves to Darkness (which is basically two warband boxes but without the warcry cards).
- The Warband consists of 9 miniatures out of the standard box
- The 9 minis in the box come to a total of exactly 1000 point
- They have a very classic marauder/barbarian look with quite a lot of beast aesthetic
Miniatures available for the Untamed Beasts
Preytaker with Fanged Axe
The Iron Golem is the other of the two Warbands for Warcry that comes in the starter set. You can also buy them separately in either a Warband box with the cards or double the miniatures but without the cards.
- The Warband consists of 8 miniatures out of the standard box
- The 8 minis in the box come to a total of exactly 975 points
Miniatures in the Iron Golem Warband from the starter set
Iron Legionary with Bolas
Signifier or Profector
The Cypher Lords is a standalone box available for purchase the day Warcry is released. Like the other first wave chaos warbands, you can get a Slaves to Darkness box with double the sprues from the normal box.
- The Warband consists of 8 miniatures out of the box (1 Thrallmaster, 1 Luminate, 3 Mirrorblades and 3 Mindbound)
Miniatures in the Cypher Lords Warband
Mindbound with Double Sword
Mirrorblade with Duelling Sword
Mirrorblade with Glaive
Fighter Cards for the Cypher Lords Warband
Ability Card for the Cypher Lords Warband
- The Warband consists of 9 models (1 Shadow Piercer, 1 Shrike Talon, 2 Spire Stalkers and 5 Cabalists with different weapon options).
- The difference between the Cabalists and the Spire Stalkers is (besides the rules) the metal armour on the leg.
Miniatures in the Corvus Cabal Warband
Cabalist with Familiar
Fighter Cards for the Corvus Cabal
Ability Card for the Corvus Cabal Warband
If you want the Splintered Warfang on the cheap, get it from a store that gives a discount. If you want it really cheap, get the double box instead.
- The Splintered Fang consists of 10 models (1 Trueblood, 1 Pureblood, 1 Serpent Caller, 2 Venombloods , 4 Clearbloods, and 1 Serpent thingy).
Miniatures in the Splintered Fang Warband
Venomblood with Barbed Whip
Clearblood with Shield
Fighter Cards in the Splintered Fang
Ability Cards for the Splintered Fang
Miniatures in the Unmade Warband
Awakened One with Flail
Aweakened one with Polearm
Aweakened one with Polearm
Aweakened one with Polearm
Fighter Cards in the Unmade Warband
Ability Card in the Unmade Warband
Maggotkin of Nurgle: Rotbringers
Miniatures/Fighters you can use in a Maggotkin of Nurgle: Rotbringers Warband
Fighter and Ability Cards for the Maggotkin of Nurgle: Rotbringers
Note on image: most of the images are lifted from various social media posts and some are also submitted. Thanks for people for sharing. The above image is stolen from Anon on 4chan. I could have easily cropped out the small message in the image, but I just agree so much I left it there (even though I had to blur out some of it).
Scions of the Flame
If you want to play a non-chaos faction in Warcry, you currently have 9 options.
Do note that no new miniatures or “boxes” of Warbands are being released except for the chaos stuff. Instead, 9 non-chaos factions are getting one ability card and fighter cards for the miniatures that are usable in Warcry.
So if you want to play with one of the factions below, you need to get the pack of cards and get your hands on the miniatures from the different boxes they are in.
This means that the following warbands are really easy to start if you have the models (all you need is the card pack), but if not if you have to go hunting for those minis.
Note: the card pack are selling out on quite a lot of sites, and GW is notorious for not reprinting cards once they are sold out. Get them while you can!
Stormcast Eternals Vanguard
Miniatures/Fighters you can use in a Stormcast Eternals Vanguard Warband
Pros and Cons of the Stormcast Vanguard
Fighter Cards for the Stormcast Eternals Warband
Ability Card for the Stormcast Eternals Warband
Daughters of Khaine
Miniatures/Fighters you can use in a Daughters of Khaine Warband
Fighter and Ability Cards for the Daughters of Khaine Warband
Miniatures/Fighters you can use in an Idoneth Deepkin Warband
Pros and Cons of the Idoneth Deepkin
Fighter and Ability Cards for the Idoneth Deepkin Warband
Stormcast Eternals Warrior Chamber
Miniatures/Fighters you can use in a Eternals Warrior Chamber
Pros and Cons of the Warrior Chamber Warband
+ High toughness
+ Decent mobility
+ High wounds
+ Good ranged option
+ Extreme versatility
– Really low models count
– Hard to manage in certain situations
Guide for the Warrior Chamber Warband
Fighter and Ability Cards for the Stormcast Eternal Warrior Chamber
Note: the Fyreslayers are a bit different, seeing as they are the only warband that had their rules released in the White Dwarf magazine.
All rules for the Fyreslayers in Warcry
Miniatures/Fighters you can use in a Nighthaunt Warband
Fighter and Ability Cards for the Nighthaunt Warband
Legions of Nagash
Miniatures/Fighters you can use in a Legions of Nagash Warband
Fighter and Ability Cards for the Legions of Nagash Warband
Miniatures/Fighters you can use in a Flesh-Eater Courts Warband
Fighter and Ability Cards for the Flesh-Eater Courts Warband
Miniatures/Fighters you can use in a Gloomspite Gitz Warband
Gloomspite Gitz Pros and Cons
Fighter and Ability Cards for the Gloomspite Gitz Warband
Miniatures/Fighters you can use in a Ironjawz Warband
Fighter and Ability Cards for the Ironjawz Warband
Miniatures/Fighters you can use in a Bonesplitterz Warband