Age of Sigmar FREE App is out!

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Go grab the latest FREE app from Games Workshop and dive into Age of Sigmar.  This one looks to be quite full featured!

 

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: The App FREE (Itunes)

The free Warhammer Age of Sigmar app is the perfect starting point for exploring a new era of unending war, packed full of free rules and gaming aids. Organise your collection of Citadel Miniatures and marshal them for war. Immerse yourself in the story of Age of Sigmar, explore the Mortal Realms and discover the heroes and villains of the new age.

Books
Every Warhammer Age of Sigmar book is available to download and read within the app. From the ongoing narrative of the Realmgate Wars to Battletomes detailing the organisation and conflicts of individual factions, you can explore the Age of Sigmar in exhaustive detail.

Warscrolls
Warscrolls contain the rules for models in the Warhammer Age of Sigmar range of Citadel Miniatures. Every Warscroll is available in a simple and easy to use format, and these will be updated automatically as more become available so you’ll always be able to choose from the latest units. You can build those units into an army with the ‘My Battle’ tool, ensuring that you’ll have everything you need to hand as you fight for the fate of the Mortal Realms.

The Rules
The app includes the full rules for the Age of Sigmar game for easy reference at any time.

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Did you every think you’d see the day Games Workshop would release a FREE app with all the rules for a new system?  BRAVO Nottingham – BRAVO!

  • Autumnlotus

    Is this a rumor or an actual release? Because I can’t find the app on the site, just their news app

    • Dave

      It wont be out for Android for another couple of days (maybe that is the issue).

      “You can build those units into an army with the ‘My Battle’ tool” -that’s misleading. There is no ‘build’. Just selecting the models you want to play with. I’d hoped for an actual army building system. This only lets you select the war scrolls you want to battle with, which is convenient, but does nothing to fix my issues with the game. Sad, I was really looking forward to this -and hats off for free rules, but the game as is just bores me.

      • Guv’nor

        Have you even played the game yet? I’m coming up to my 40th game and im still not bored i can set up a game in 10 mins and be done in an hour or i can come up with a narrative and use bigger armies for around a 3 hour game. Also i received my new AOS big book and its full of fun though provoking scenarios to play through.
        What about it just bores you so much? Or is it a lack of willingness to change system.
        You can still play 8th im just Starting to wrap up my own end times games and i really enjoyed that campaign but i do love the original and wont stop playing movement trays and armlists any time soon.

        • Autumnlotus

          Your comment seems predesigned to talk to someone in a patronizing say, at least to me. There are many people who dislike the game that HAVE played several games, have an understanding of tactics. And a desir e for this game to be good. Sadly it has failed in all counts when compared to its predecessor. As a stand alone game its average, I would still prefer Malifaux or Hordes to it.

          • Guv’nor

            OK bub in your opinion

          • Autumnlotus

            Yes in my opinion. Just like its your opinion that the game is good. That’s awesome for you, I hope u enjoy it with your friends. But the game is definitely not universally seen as fun or in-depth, and I have yet to see someone explain what makes this game have the same or more tactical depth then fantasy had.

          • Kaylum Dicks

            Some of us desire a complex system, which is why we give up board games and move to more advanced strategy games. When you strip down the rules to a board game level, interest is lost. I’ve played several games and I might as well be back to playing any number of board games that are now more challenging and cheaper. At least 40k hasn’t been ruined yet.

            And yes I know I can still play 8th, but right now everyone is on the friggen AoS bandwagon.

          • Guv’nor

            Look dick you got me wrong. Iv been gaming 25 plus years I play all the different formats of nerdom and completely disagree WHFB isn’t ruined it has changed system but wait a minute I still got all my rule books right back to 3rd and can play any one I wish because I choose to.
            I really don’t get your problem with the whole thing surly if you love wargames so much this is just another great addition to my huge collection of well crap as my wife says.
            Cheer up son and don’t be retro for retros sake.

          • bobrunnicles

            Funny that you assume for some reason that boardgames are less advanced than minis games – as with minis, there are a range of complexities in boardgames that are no different to minis games. Have you seen Advanced Squad Leader or Star Fleet Battles? Or the Operational Combat Series (OCS) range of games? They put the complexity and strategic planning of ‘advanced strategy games’ like WFB or 40K to shame, and I say that as a fan of both 8th, AoS *and* the aforementioned ASL and SFB. Bit of a blanket statement there tbh 🙂

          • Kaylum Dicks

            Funny that you assume I’ve not played those board games. I play a number of board games, my wife loves them, and there are some hard core board game groups in my area. No I haven’t played every single one yet, but I have played a number of them. And while many are challenging, I’d be hard pressed to say they are tactically challenging like a good miniature game is.

            The simple truth is, board games are still rather limited in their complexity, where a good miniature game has a much more brand set of rules allowing for a greater set of variables that has to be factored in during games. The only changing variables in a board game is your opponent. He/she is still limited by the options in the box or the rare expansion. With a game like 40k, you have numerous armies, with dozens of unit options, different ways to equip them, different formation options, different entrance timings, various combinations of armies, and various ways to play those options. All these variables give more of a challenge.

          • bobrunnicles

            Actually (and really trying not to sound condescending here since that really isn’t my intent) it’s fairly obvious from what you say that you *haven’t* played any of the games I mentioned or you wouldn’t have said what you did. You should be aware that the spectrum of boardgames covers a vast range of options from the ones that you describe (which I perhaps incorrectly assume to mean things like Settlers, Carcassonne, Puerto Rico etc) to hardcore military simulations that can take literally weeks to finish. Star Fleet Battles alone has over twenty distinct races, each of which has literally hundreds of unique ships and ship variants (40K *wishes* it had the range that SFB does). Advanced Squad Leader includes every nation that fought in WWII along with every variant of armored vehicle those nations used and has well over 500 historically based scenarios PLUS rules for designing your own scenarios (the core module containing just the Germans and Russians has almost 3000 counters alone). Both have rulebooks that make the rules found in WFB and 40K look like AoS. The Operational Combat Series puts you in the chair of a general during some of WWIIs most important battles, asking you to manage combat units on the ground, reinforcements, reserves, supply, airpower, airfields etc, all of which are yours to deploy and use as you desire.

            As I said before I play and enjoy WFB and 40K and I have done for decades; I have 10,000pts of Imperial Guard, 8,000pts of Tyranids, 6,000pts of Dark Elves, 8,000pts of Beastmen plus at least 3,000pts each of Imperial Fists, Necrons and White Scars. I also play the boardgames mentioned above, and to be perfectly honest I pull out the miniatures games when I want a break from the serious stuff 🙂

            Anyway, I’m sorry if you misinterpreted my original response as a slam of any kind – the whole point of this was just to illustrate that your initial statement of ‘Some of us desire a complex system, which is why we give up board games and move to more advanced strategy games. When you strip down the rules to a board game level, interest is lost’ was not completely accurate, and if this was your prime reasoning behind switching to minis then you might be curious and/or interested in looking into some of the games I mentioned above. You can check out Star Fleet Battles at http://www.starfleetgames.com and ASL and the OCS series (along with many more) at http://www.multimanpublishing.com. You might be in for a pleasant surprise, especially if AoS is not scratching that gaming itch 🙂

          • Aezeal

            I think there is quite a lot of tactics involved. I still think the balance thing is a problem though.
            I played a game WE vs TB.. even after houseruling (wounds not models and limits on monsters and hero’s) it was not very fair (though WE get cripled by the reversal of ranged rules… not sure that should be done).
            I had brought 2 special characters and he had brought Setra. But his easily summonable 5 wound models just wreck me. doing 4 wounds on him: no kill = no breaktest (or whatever it’s called) not to mention it’s just easy for him to enlarge his army.
            And Settra’s ability just wrecked me in 2 combat phases (and then I was Lucky we limited it to once per game and not everyturn like he normally would be able to use it).

          • Autumnlotus

            There are tactics, but very few. Positioning doesn’t matter much since charges are not risky anymore. And there is little reason objectively to not take ranged units. I honestly think the strongest army will likely be HE mages leading Hordes of WE archers. Or if u don’t mind cross factions as the rules allow then take Alarielle and 2 HE mages with nothing but units of 8+ lead Belcher ogres for dat fire, charge melee, fire into melee combo. Unless the new scenarios are different from the ones in the starter boxes I see it as forcing the players to work out how to NOT have the game turn into a football dog pile in the center of the board

          • Xodis

            Positioning DOES matter though. If you fail to charge that means the other team gets both another round of ranged/magic attacks AND they get to swing first since the removal of initiative.You don’t need Positioning rules to have tactics, otherwise whats tactical about 40K?

          • Autumnlotus

            40k is a separate game that is known for currently having fairly terrible melee rules (mostly because almost all melee focused units are slow, weak armored, and/or ineffective weapons to compensate). And missing the charge is near Inpossible for every game I have played. You just move up to the 3″ barrier line, then roll higher then 2. No reason to leave melee unless there’s a rule that exempts that, since ranged units don’t need to leave melee either. There Are ways to play tactically, but are merely JUST AS rewarding as dog piling

          • Xodis

            See I dont believe that is true. Taking the not yet released Judicators as an example, 2W 6Brav 4+ save they wont last long in melee combat with any Chaos or other Stormcast Eternal we have seen. Sure you could stack buffs from Wizards or Heroes on them, but honestly compared to the Stormcast equivalent of Troops (Liberators) they just dont have the staying or H2H killing power. So keeping them in melee just makes you risk losing that long range firepower.

          • Marky

            List selection?

          • Xodis

            The same could be said about AoS.

        • Ilja Malinine

          Yeah. Played a game with dwarves vs skaven. I had 1500 points from 8th ed to his 4000. So much balance yeah

          So now we have to make pur own balancing system. Not really our job but sure. Its good in any other way. Its just pay to win now

          • Phil

            Balancing was always our job, people just ignored it because there were points which were meant as an aid to that, now its all on us to do

          • false-emperor

            then why buy “rules” why not just pew-pew?

          • Phil

            It’s up to you what you do with your toys.

          • Marky

            It’s up to you what you do with your snakes and ladders board too. You can go up the snakes.. same with your chess set, black with no pawns but the queens can make knight moves and they are allowed extra rooks…

            Good luck playing a pick up game with a stranger tho!

          • Nameless

            not really: I appreciate that the game has always needed fine tuning to balance things between players to have more enjoyment. but with Age of Sigmar players have to guess how one unit matches against another.

            how many Skaven slaves is this unit of Blood knights worth, clearly not 5 as the rules imply, clear not 10 as the community claims by counting wounds, 20 maybe? or 30?

          • Talos2

            Yeah kill the unit champ to win probably

          • Brian Tallisker

            That would have given you some instant win conditions though, right? 😀

          • Talos2

            Having points never guaranteed a balanced game, there’s plenty of people on these message boards who only do the Death Star ultimate competitive lists that are the same points as the stuff no body ever took because it didn’t play well. Now this was mainly due to laziness on gws part and removing them hasn’t helped as now we can’t even tell if it’s meant to be possible to win (it’s a game, all games are there to be won no matter if fun is the main reason for doing it). So it’s always been part of our role as gamers to balance a game ourselves which I have no problem with. Only thing is, now I don’t really know where to start. The game even inhibits you from balancing the game with the model count rule meaning you can’t take 20 goblins for a chaos knight as that would mean the knight probably only has to kill the unit champion to win the game. Just poorly written, poorly designed and poorly thought out.

          • Purple-Stater

            The fact that GW has historically done a half-assed job of game balance is no reason to accept a completely assed job now.

            Rulebooks are NOT supposed to be “some assembly required”.

          • Guv’nor

            As long as you have played it I can see where you are coming from and I do agree in some ways

        • Dave

          Yes, and TO ME, it just lacks tactical depth. I like list building, so do the guys I play with. Not to mention, every battle feels very ‘samey’ as far as dice go. I can’t put my finger on what bores me about the game play other than it just feels bland. I hadn’t played WFB in years and was looking for a way back in. This is not it. I’m glad you and others like it. That’s great. I actually hope it is very successful, that may encourage GW to take more chances on products I DO like.

        • Purple-Stater

          I got bored with it because there’s no apparent depth, and absolutely no way to balance things out without making most of the infantry units in the game totally worthless. Pretty much all of the more recent games I’ve seen (not just played) seem to be devolving into nothing but a few big monsters/machines and a bunch of wizards who start by claiming Sudden Death then proceed to summon more units than the board can hold. Perhaps that’s just my local experience though.

          We can all still play tic-tac-toe if we want too, but that’s not the point. I’ve honestly tried to enjoy this, and the core of the game system is indeed fun, but the army-building side of things just turns it into a joke on gamers.

          In my opinion, of course. You may be fortunate enough to have varying mileage.

          • Guv’nor

            Yup I’m certainly enjoying the whole ride.
            Played WHFB 2000 high elves vs warriors of chaos last night and really enjoyed that too.

    • wibbling

      You have to search for it in the app store.

  • nurglespuss

    Not available for android yet, but ‘soon’ apparently …

  • Target7

    Looks pretty neat and has all the old figures which is encouraging.

    • Target7

      …but can’t get the rules to show on it.

  • So…Battletomes, the new army books perhaps?

    “Battletomes detailing the organisation and conflicts of individual factions”

  • I already have the enhanced edition, the novels and warscrolls saved in iBooks. Is there a way to transfer all that over. If not I’d say this app is a little late after I’ve already spent the money

    • Sigmarine

      Same here, emailed GW to see if they plan on doing anything for those who already bought the book. A transfer voucher or something like that maybe.

      • Lawrence Phillips

        Theres a restore button – I also bought it Ibooks and have got it in the app. It does take about 5mins for it to actually do anything though.

        There a quite a lot of bugs in the app though. It doesn’t allow you to download the formations also the filters don’t work properly and the rules button doesn’t work at all.

        Would be nice if you could save models you actually own rather than having to search though the whole lot every time. It’d also be nice if you could add your own photos for your actual models.

        • Phil

          Filters and Rules work fine for me, you can save the models you have by hitting the “My Battle” button on each one you want to save for later

          • Lawrence Phillips

            annoying though if you have 2+ factions. It would be nice to just filter the scrolls down to what you own. Would also b good to scroll through them rather than having to exit and go back in.

        • Thanks. 5 minutes is a bit excessive though

          • Lawrence Phillips

            it does seem to forget it every time you open the app too which is annoying. The book it a lot more useable in ibooks as it has the index and bookmarks features.

      • Amenephis

        I emailed GW to ask about the locked Warscrolls that require you to purchase the rulebook, for people that purchased the physical rulebook and whether they seriously expect people to buy it twice. No answer as yet, but then it’s the weekend. I’ll let you know what they say when they do.

        • AKOF

          I’m sure they do. Privateer Press is the same. Digital and physical copies of a product are two different products.

          • Amenephis

            Sure, but then plenty of places and things include digital downloads with physical purchases.

          • AKOF

            And what leads you to think GW will do that? 🙂

          • Amenephis

            Absolutely nothing, but it can’t hurt to ask.

          • V10_Rob

            For the sake of those unfamiliar: The WarmaHordes base app is free, and includes all the profiles in the base rulebooks. You can then pay to unlock factions ($7 each, less if you unlock all), after which you automatically get any new profiles published for that army for free.

            It feels steep for a digital purchase, but I’m prejudiced against paying for something I can’t hold in my hands. And if you like to keep up to speed on what other players might bring to the table, you can have a comprehensive codex (sans fluff) of an army you don’t field for less than a single mini. YMMV.

            I’m all in favor of people getting a digital code when they buy a physical book. It’d be hard to mesh that with War Room, but the sister app, PPDigital (which allows you to buy ebook editions) would be a perfect fit. Could be a marketing coup if they pulled it off.

          • AKOF

            Warroom seemed steep initially, but it’s the best game-related accessory purchase I’ve ever made in 23 years of tabletop gaming.

            Having all the rules there constantly updated is great. If nothing else, it saves me from buying their awful fluff books.

        • Michael Bradbury

          But you don’t need to buy it twice. You have the book – just look in there.

          • Amenephis

            So…you’re saying that literally no one should ever use this app, because everything in it is already available somewhere else?

          • Michael Bradbury

            No…..because the material being referenced is not available (for free) in the app.

      • Amenephis

        Got my response.

        “Hi There,

        Thank you for getting in touch regarding the Age Of Sigmar App for Android and ios.

        At
        the moment the Age Of Sigmar app allows access to locked Warscrolls but
        only when the book(s) are purchased through the app itself.
        Other purchases made, either of the physical book or in iBooks, will not unlock the Warscroll Battalions inside the app.
        We
        are looking at options to make these Warscrolls available more widely
        and will release this information once it has been completed. For now i
        would suggest keeping an eye on the news feed and newsletters for more
        upto date information and future releases.

        Thanks again”

        That last bit’s interesting.

  • thornoo1

    I just got, useful tool.

    You can make army lists with it, click the little crossed battle axes on the battle scroll image. Then click on the My Battle link in the top right of the screen.

    • thornoo1

      Get it just for the scenery warscrolls. OMG scenery rules.

      • Amenephis

        You know those are also just on the website as a PDF right?

  • wibbling

    I am a bit confused by it. I liked the idea of running a pack of big Lizardmen monsters – because it’d be fun – and looking at the Saurus warrior it seems he has three weapons, with 2 x 6 ttacks and 1×3 attacks. Does he really get 15 attacks or attacks with only one of them? I’m assuming only the one but… there are people who will abuse such printing.

    • AircoolUK

      Use what the model is carrying. For example, my Saurus Warriors are armed with Clubs and Shields. Therefore:

      Each model gets one attack with their club.
      Each model gets one attack using their shields and jaws.

      The Leader gets and extra attack with his club.

      So each Saurus Warrior gets two attacks (and because they’re different weapons, they can be split between two different target units), and the leader three.

      Not sure where you’re getting 15 attacks from?

    • Dave Scammell

      Like Aircool says, it’s what the model is carrying, but the warscroll’s description specifies what that is, for example. the Scar Veteran on a Carnosaur says it is armed with a “celestite warblade, war-spear or greatblade” but it also has jaws and a shield plus the carnosaur’s two types of attacks.
      So although his profile has three weapons (two with 6 attacks, and one with 3) he is only equipped with one in every battle as the desccription sepcifies. So he would not get 15 attacks, he’d get either 6 or 3 from those weapons and then an extra attack for the jaws and shield and then the carnosaur also gets to attack with both “powerful clawed forelimbs and […] massive jaws”.

      It’s a little confusing and isn’t the most helpfully written in many of the warscroll descriptions, but it does always say which weapons a model could be armed with whilst also providing the stats for all potentially available weapons.

      Hope that helps and doesn’t confuse matters even more.

      • AircoolUK

        Ahhhh… Carnasaur. I wondered where all those attacks were coming from. Not Saurus Warriors at all 🙂

        • Dave Scammell

          I did wonder, so had a little hunt around for something with that many attacks. Even without 15 attacks they’re still pretty brutal though 😉

  • AircoolUK

    Ok… to have access to ‘all’ the warscrolls, do you get them in the app already, or do you have to buy the iBooks?

    What happens if you have the app and want the warscrolls, but only have the hardback books?

    • Phil

      Only the “formation” scrolls are restricted to buying the book

    • Amenephis

      I emailed GW and asked about that. No answer as yet, but then it’s the weekend. I’ll let you know what they say.

    • Amenephis

      So I got my response.

      “Hi There,

      Thank you for getting in touch regarding the Age Of Sigmar App for Android and ios.

      At
      the moment the Age Of Sigmar app allows access to locked Warscrolls but
      only when the book(s) are purchased through the app itself.
      Other purchases made, either of the physical book or in iBooks, will not unlock the Warscroll Battalions inside the app.
      We
      are looking at options to make these Warscrolls available more widely
      and will release this information once it has been completed. For now i
      would suggest keeping an eye on the news feed and newsletters for more
      upto date information and future releases.

      Thanks again”

      That last bit’s interesting.

  • Malkov

    Beta products usually are free.

    Once the playerbase has done all of their testing for them, and paid for the privilege, things will go back to the old norm.

    Hey look guys buy these “Scenario Books” that actually tell you how to assemble an army!

  • false-emperor

    nice it is free, but it will just cause more arguments as players want a written list, not an e-list, additionally, players hate “digging” on a smart device, and hate wasting battery life, so again, not as useful as one might think during a game…

    • Phil

      Thanks for your pointless insight into an app you don’t have. Please let us know more about other things you’ve not tried.

      • Malkov

        Digital books/lists are infinitely more annoying to flip through during a game than physical copies.

        Is this somehow magically changing for this special snowflake book?

        • false-emperor

          exactly this.

        • ChubToad

          Don’t generalize, not everyone hates digital stuff.

      • false-emperor

        thanks for your pointless insight into my comment.
        Please let “us” know more about other things you have made pointless comments on in the future. Oh never mind I just clicked your disqus profile and they were all there.

    • AKOF

      Meh, the entire Warmachine community has been using War Room very successfully, and this is in strictly-timed tournament events. Please stop being such negative nancies you nerds.

      • false-emperor

        lol, GW games are not WMH, WMH is a great game, BUT WMH is wysiwyg, no options/upgrades of units, no customized models, so yes, easy for a digital option, whereas GW games units have hundreds of upgrade combinations, so…

        nothing negative here, 40k still needs a written list and regular paper books are easier to put tabs on pages, highlight, add errata, FaQ, and manage than an e-book, unless you are crafty and have adobe photoshop suite, lol…

        • AKOF

          Age of Sigmar doesn’t need a written list. Weapons are WYSIWYG and the scrolls provide stats for all the various options they may be armed with. Yes, 40K army composition is too complex for something like this without a very detailed army validation process, but for Age of Sigmar it works just fine.

        • ChubToad

          Not to be contrarian, but WMH is not a great game. It’s good but it becomes so dull it’s like kissing your own sister.

          And I think you’re being negative.

  • BonesoftheDesert

    App doens’t show rules…it’s greyed-out for some reason. No big deal, everyone has it d/l to iBooks. The only advantage of the app is direct access to books and visually choosing army units. Two options with each model/unit shown, d/l warscroll and add to My Battle. I agree, the build system wasn’t that helpful.

    Everyone’s making this all harder than it has to be.

    Use the App, Acrobat and iBooks. Keep the rules open in Acrobat, Warscroll in iBooks, App to quickly jump to additional unit. You can’t bookmark in Acrobat, but the new Acrobat Reader has a page marker at the bottom, so flipping backwards/forwards, once you know your page numbers, is easy.

    Auticus has a points system worked-out (see earlier news report) to help gain balance.

    I’ve been using Wounds…set a certain number of wounds and go from there.

    I agree the, ‘choose the models you want to use’ doesn’t work, but like Phil said, balance is our job.

    Really sit down and read through the rules, figure out a balance (points, wounds, total number of models, etc) then play. You will find AoS has a lot of tactical depth, more than is obvious. And as many have pointed out, less rules-lawyering.

    One thing the guy I was playing against pointed-out yesterday, the rules seem to be geared towards Heroes, not troops. Ponder that, I suppose.

  • crusader284

    Too bad it requires iOS8 and the Android version isn’t out yet, otherwise I’d give it a try.

  • Dave Scammell

    Don’t know if there’s many of these, but I found a Warscroll in the app that hasn’t been published anywhere else yet, the bow and arrow/crossbow dudes (Judicators):

  • So close and yet so far.

    All the warscrolls are free…except the ones that came free in the box. Good job, GW. Now if I choose to play the Eternals in my box, I’ll always need to carry the book around b/c I won’t have access to them digitally. Brilliant.

    War Room level brilliance.

    • Someone

      I’m not sure what scrolls your whining about since their all in the app and linked on the website when you check out the box sets?

      • Senexis

        I wouldn’t call it whining.
        The Thunderstrike Brotherhood, Heroes of the Host, and Goreblade Warband are all locked, contingent upon purchasing the digital version of Warhammer Age of Sigmar for $64.99. Even someone with an agenda would have to agree that’s not free.

      • No one’s whining, lol, stop being defensive it’s not your game.

        I MEANT battalion rules. Gosh, dudes are so angry on here.

  • Jason McFarland

    The ‘My Battle’ is ok, but I’d like to be able to swipe through the close ups. Or a brief summary on the scrolls would be even better for ease in gameplay.

  • Michael Snyder

    The app is neat, but very disappointed that they are making me buy a 50 dollar digital book to get the warscroll battalions that came with my AoS box set. I really don’t like being forced to buy something a second time. Also, 50 bucks for a digital book is stupid, no way I will pay that. Also, the fact that you have to buy the 50 dollar digital download to get the warscroll battalions means that you don’t actually get all army rules for free.

    So, basically, if you belly up to the table but didn’t shell the 70 some dollars for a physical book or 50 bucks for a digital book, you wont have access to the full capabilities of what you can do with your models, while the person sitting across from you can. Very disappointed by this. Also, at the time of using this they did not add the 4 page rules document.

    On the upside, everything is there for my old armies, including warscroll battalions for the armies. This gives me hope that my old miniatures are not going to get left in the dust. Plus, the app is very easy to use. I just that I could zoom in on the warscrolls as the writing is a bit small to read , and I really wish I could print off the warscrolls for the new models. I really don’t like having to flip through books or lug my ipad to the game store where every once in a blue moon something of mine goes “missing” if I am not super careful. I would really just like to be able to print off the hand full of sheets I need for my units.

  • tommy_walker

    I’m going to download it, but I’m a nervous skeptic. After all, most of us know the old phrase “There ain’t no such thing as a free GW lunch.”

    Is this app going to consume our souls? There must be a price.