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Lumineth Realm-Lords Datacards

Reading the Datacards

Each Datacard has three distinct sections; Charge Chance, Resilience and Average Damage Output.

Charge Chance

This graph shows the move and charge distances each unit can achieve and shows the chance of them achieving this distance as a percentage.


This table shows how much damage would be required on average to destroy the unit. This is split into the various rend types most commonly found in Age of Sigmar. For example, the unit shown in the image above would need 18 damage from -2 rend weapons for the enemy to have a chance at destroying it.

This can be cross-referenced with another units average damage output to see what kind of damage they’ll do to it.

Average Damage Output

This simply shows how much damage on average the unit is expected to inflict after saves against the various save types. If there are multiple load-out choices, then these are shown separately, as is any missile damage.

Change Log







Nighthaunt Data Cards

Change Log

  • 29th December 2022 – Update to correct name on Chainrasps
  • 29th December 2022 – Correction to the damage output of Bladegheist Revenants

It’s taken a while, but thanks to the help of Patrick our first faction data cards are now ready!

We’ve started with Nighthaunt but have a lot of others in the pipeline and close to completion.

Each card shows the following information:

Resilience – Specifies how much damage is requited at the various rend values to destroy the unit or to destroy the unit via battleshick (if this is possible).

Threat Range – This will tell you how far the unit can move and then charge. If the unit had any missile weapons, then the card will also show how far the unit can move and then shoot.

Average Damage Output – The main focus of each card, this shows how much damage a unit should cause (as an average) to each of the save values. I.e. how much damage is unsaved.




Black Coach


Who’s Next?

Next up will be the Slaves to Darkness. Keep an eye out!

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