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Welcome to the wiki of Warhammer Fantasy canon.Edit

This wiki is a bibliography collecting sources of canon within the Warhammer Fantasy universe.

GW copyrighted material will not be provided, this resource provides publicly available descriptions of Games Workshop releases, past and present.

I hope that anyone looking to find more sources of the Warhammer Fantasy setting may find something of use in this resource.

What is Warhammer Fantasy?Edit

Warhammer Fantasy is a fantasy setting, created by Games Workshop, which is used by many of the company's games. Some of the best-known games set in this world are: the tabletop wargame Warhammer Fantasy Battle, the Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay (WFRP) pen-and-paper role-playing game, and the MMORPG Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning.

Warhammer is notable for its "dark and gritty" background world, which features a culture similar in appearance to Early Modern Germany crossed with Tolkien's Middle-Earth. "Chaos" is central to the setting, as the forces of Chaos are unceasingly attempting to tear the mortal world asunder. The world itself is populated with a variety of races such as humans, high elves, dark elves, wood elves, dwarfs, undead, orcs, lizardmen, ogres, and other creatures familiar to many fantasy/role-playing settings.


Material in Warhammer Fantasy SettingEdit

Tabletop GamesEdit

Warhammer Fantasy Battles 

Warmaster

Blood Bowl

Man O' War

Dreadfleet

Board GamesEdit

Warhammer Quest

Chaos in the Old World

Warhammer Diskwars

Card GamesEdit

Warhammer: Invasion

Comics / Graphic NovelsEdit

Forge of War

Role-playing GamesEdit

Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay

Video GamesEdit

Blood Bowl (1995 & 2009)

Warhammer: Battle for Atluma

Warhammer: Dark Omen

Warhammer: Mark of Chaos

Warhammer: Shadow of the Horned Rat

Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning

Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes

Novel SeriesEdit

Adventures of Florin & Lorenzo.

Ambassador Chronicles

Angelika Flesicher.

Badenov's Band.

Blackhearts.

Blood Bowl.

Blood on the Reik.

Brunner the Bounty Hunter.

Chaos Powers.

Chronicles of Malus Darkblade.

Daemon's Gate.

Dwarfs.

Elves.

Empire.

Gilead.

Gotrek and Felix.

Thanquol and Boneripper.

Ulrika the Vampire.

Knights of Bretonnia.

Konrad.

Marienburg.

Marks of Chaos.

Witch Hunter.

Orion.

Slaves to Darkness.

Stefan Kumansky.

Storm of Magic.

Tales of Orfeo.

Thunder and Steel.

Time of Legends: Legend of Sigmar.

The Rise of Nagash.

The Sundering.

The Black Plague.

War of Vengeance.

Blood of Nagash.

Tyrion and Teclis.

The Vampire Genevieve.

Vampire Wars: The Von Carstein Trilogy.

Vampires.

Schwarzhelm & Helborg: Swords of the Emperor.

Wulfrik the Wanderer.

Sigvald.

The Red Duke.

Luthor Huss.

Valkia the Bloody.

Egrimm van Horstmann.

Queek Headtaker.

Thorgrim Grudgebearer.

Skarsnik.

Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning.

Zavant.

Stand-alone NovelsEdit

Novellas Edit

  • Battle for Skull Pass, The by Nathan Long (May 2009)
  • The Island of Blood by Darius Hinks (September 2010)
  • Dreadfleet by Phil Kelly (October 2011)
  • Sigmar's Blood by Phil Kelly (December 2013)

E-ShortsEdit

  • Voices by David Guymer (e-short) (March 2012)
  • Cankerworm by Darius Hinks (e-short) (March 2012)
  • Voyage of the Sunspear by Ben Counter (e-short) (December 2012)
  • The Last Little Bit by Robert Earl (e-short) (December 2012)
  • Like Father, Like Son by Mark Latham (e-short) (December 2012)
  • Unseen by David Guymer (e-short) (March 2013)
  • Cold Light of Day by Rob Sanders (e-short) (April 2013)
  • Wind of Change by C.L. Werner (e-short) (May 2013)
  • Golfgag's Revenge by Justin D. Hill (e-short) (May 2013)
  • Tomb of the Golden Idol by Andy Hoare (e-short) (August 2013)
  • Ghoul King part I: Conqueror of Worms by Josh Reynolds (e-short) (December 2013)
  • Ghoul King part II: Empire of Maggots by Josh Reynolds (e-short) (December 2013)

Hammer and Bolter magazine short storiesEdit

  • Rat Catcher's Tail by Richard Ford (Issue 2; November 2010)
  • Charandis by Ben McCallum (Issue 3; December 2010)
  • The Barbed-Wire Cat by Robert Earl (Issue 4; January 2011)
  • The First Duty by Josh Reynolds (Issue 6; April 2011)
  • Manbane by Andy Hoare (Issue 7; May 2011)
  • Marshlight by C.L. Werner (Issue 8; June 2011)
  • Sir Dagobert’s Last Battle by Jonathan Green (Issue 9; July 2011)
  • Mountain Eater by Andy Smillie (Issue 10; August 2011)
  • The Talon of Khorne by Frank Cavallo (Issue 20; May 2012)
  • Butcher's Beast by Jordan Ellinger (Issue 22; July 2012)
  • Leechlord by Frank Cavallo (Issue 22; July 2012)
  • The Hunter by Graeme Lyon (Issue 22; August 2012)
  • The Court Beneath by Phil Kelly (Issue 25; November 2012)

AnthologiesEdit

  • Warhammer: Wolf Riders edited by David Pringle (1989)
  • Warhammer: Ignorant Armies edited by David Pringle (1989)
  • Warhammer: Red Thirst edited by David Pringle (1990)
  • Realm of Chaos edited by Marc Gascoigne and Andy Jones (January 2000)
  • Lords of Valour edited by Marc Gascoigne and Christian Dunn (June 2001)
  • Laughter of the Dark Gods edited by David Pringle (June 2002)
  • Way of the Dead edited by Marc Gascoigne and Christian Dunn (July 2003)
  • Swords of the Empire edited by Marc Gascoigne and Christian Dunn (May 2004)
  • The Cold Hand of Betrayal edited by Marc Gascoigne and Christian Dunn (April 2006)
  • Tales of the Old World edited by Marc Gascoigne and Christian Dunn (April 2007)
  • Invasion! edited by Marc Gascoigne and Christian Dunn (June 2007)
  • Death and Dishonour edited by Alex Davis, Nick Kyme and Lindsey Priestley (February 2010)
  • War Unending edited by Christian Dunn (September 2010)

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