AoS: Dominion of Chaos Battletome FIRST LOOK



Checkout the newest Battletome for the Mortal Realms that has just arrived today that every Age of Sigmar army can use.

Another great supplement is here for AoS, and this battletome is the perfect compliment to the new Shattered Domains battle board that just released this weekend as well.

Clocking in at about 80 pages with six scenery warscolls, and 4 new battalion warscoll formations this book is perfect for adding a little terrain spice to your games of Age of Sigmar!

Check it out for yourself below in our first look video review!

Dominion of Chaos Battletome REVIEW Age of Sigmar 

Battletome: Dominion of Chaos $33



A comprehensive guide to the eldritch ruins and mysterious places of fell power lurking within the mortal realms, Battletome: Dominion of Chaos details incredible shrines to forgotten gods, gateways that flicker with weird energies and magic-soaked, crumbling edifices that man should not venture near. These remnants of once-mighty civilisations have stood mute and aghast as the Dark Gods ground down the very fabric of the world around them, until their glory was hidden by time and dust, and their magnificence forgotten to history. For the brave, these relics hold the power to turn the tide of battle in their favour – be they servant of the Dark Gods or heroic, lightning-forged Stormcast Eternal – and thus vast struggles and desperate battles will arise upon these ruinous battlegrounds.

This 80-page hardback Battletome is designed to help you get the most out of your Warhammer Age of Sigmar scenery, and the Realm of Battle: Shattered Dominion gameboard! Inside it, you’ll find Warscrolls for six awesome scenery pieces – the Numinous Occulum, Dragonfate Dais, Baleful Realmgate, Arcanabulum, Fell Chasm and Ophidian Archway – and four Warscroll Battalions, powerful combinations of arcane scenery with their own special rules.

As well as this, there are four Battleplans – awesome scenarios any army can use, based around combinations of scenery, that put you right in the heart of the Realmgate Wars!


  • Ross Allan

    I’ve got the Dreadhold one (which lets face it, was a curious choice for ‘first Battletome release’), so will almost certainly pick this one up as well.

    Being a completist weirdo is fun, but expensive.

  • ZeeLobby

    Are they releasing these weekly now? I feel like every week there’s a new battletome.

    • ragelion

      Dunno, Still the book has a few cool stories in it like war priests fighting with stormcast. Nagash was trying to take the war priests souls even though they were defending the gate. I swear devoted of sigmar are going to get an update soon. They have been in the fluff a lot.

    • Dennis Finan Jr

      Ya i got the dread hold one too. The fluff is pretty cool. Plus I like the artwork. If your into and don’t have too many things to buy it isn’t too bad. I’m just glad I don’t drink, then I couldn’t buy any GW stuff lol

      • ZeeLobby

        If the quality is good, then it’s only a good thing. I just feel like there’s a tome out weekly. It’s hard to keep up with all the options available.

        • Ross Allan

          At the risk of sounding churlish – most of the rules are still available for free. It’s just the Batallion rules which are ‘premium content’ on the App.
          I can really recommend the AoS app – it’s proving a handy tool to keep tabs on what’s been released rules wise, which is helping to prevent ‘lots of new rules’ becoming the messy sprawl 40k has become.

          • ZeeLobby

            Right, I guess I just used to play a lot of pickup games, and it was nice only having to know my opponent’s units stats and wargear, etc. Now it’s battletomes and formations, and terrain rules, etc. It’s just odd to me that AoS was supposed to be simple and the complexity of 40K is a concern for GW, but yet they release new AoS rules every week.

            I guess I’m going to pretty much stick to match play though, so a lot of that stuff will get weeded out.

        • Dennis Finan Jr

          Ya you are correct. There’s so much stuff I wanted but I got too much to put together as is. It’s crazy