Tabletop Battles Now Supports Age of Sigmar Fourth Edition!

Tabletop Battles is Goonhammer’s proprietary app for running and tracking games of Warhammer 40,000 and Age of Sigmar. And we’ve been hard at work over the past few months adding support for something very special: Support for Age of Sigmar 4th edition!

So if you’ve been raring to play the new edition and start logging games with the new rules and General’s Handbook, we’ve got you covered. If you haven’t already, go download the app. It is hands-down the best app out there for tracking games of Warhammer 40k, and with support for 10th edition 40k, Age of Sigmar, and now, Heresy. There’s no better way to track your games.

Note: If you already have an Administratum account, that login will also be your Tabletop Battles login – just use the same account you’ve already made. If you are creating a new account, you can use that account for Administratum later! You don’t have to log in, but you will need to in order to access some of the app’s cooler features, like linking games.

Alright, let’s talk about AoS 4 support and what you can expect to find in the app when you record games in this update.

Faction and Army Records

We’ve added in support for every faction in the game, same as last edition, with the ability to add army lists for you and the opponent. In this section you can also pick your regiment totals and note whether you or your opponent have more Auxiliary units, affecting your starting CP total.

You can also link games using the Game Link function, which will tell you when your score and CP totals don’t match up with your opponent’s, giving you a head’s up when it might be time to compare notes and make sure you’re both on the same page. During set up you can also set the battle size, pick the kind of scoring you want to use (standard, WTC, or AOSFF), and choose whether you want the app to remind you to take photos.

Deployment Maps and Priority

Similar to last edition, we’ve included deployment maps so you can easily reference where your units and objective markers go. We’re also tracking priority, and every turn you’ll be able to track not just who had priority but who won the roll, so you can go back and review how often someone chose to take the double turn and whether it paid off.

In-Game Tracking

And that brings us to the meat of the update: The game tracking. In addition to tracking priority rolls every turn, we’ve got the same battle tactic selection you’ve come to expect, with notes that help you keep track of when you’re supposed to score and how much.

Score Tracking

As before, at the end of the game you’ll get a handy, shareable screen showing scoring throughout the game, with battle tactics scored each round as well as any double turns taken and the rounds they were taken in.

There’s a lot here, and both we’re proud of this update and excited to see games start coming in so we can look at the data around them. Fun fact: In June 2024 we had nearly 120 thousand games input into Tabletop Battles across every supported game system, and we suspect that number will increase given the absolute deluge of interest and support for the new game system. Happy hunting!

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