Helpful links

Below are some of my favorite places to go for Underworlds info, deck building, and other stuff. These have all been helpful to me, so you may like them as well:

Official Resources:

Deck builders:

  • UnderworldsDB is my personal favorite deck builder for use on the PC. You can easily build, print, save, and share decks, as well as simulate drawing your cards.
  • The Official Games Workshop Deck Builder, based on the previous website udeck. It works alright, but I feel like there are better options out there.
  • Yet Another Warhammer Underworlds Deck Builder is an aptly named deck builder website that is feel is the best option for deck building on a mobile device.
  • Underworlds Deckers is another online deck builder that I think is cool because allows you to look at all of the cards you’ve picked as if they were laying down on the table in front of you.


  • Can You Roll a Crit? – Written by John Wynne Rees, a competitive player in the UK that rolls too many crits, this is a great resource for competitive insight and detailed tournament reports.
  • Steel City Underworlds – Written by a group of UK players, this blog has frequent posts with great content on a wide spectrum of WU topics.
  • Katophrane Relic – Written by Jamie Giblin, a competitive UK player, this blog contains a number of great articles on many WU topics.
  • Call It Shadespire – Written by Stephen Vann, this blog contains a large number of in depth looks at specific cards and tactics. Really detailed and a deep dive into how to use each card.
  • Hexes and Warbands – This is a newer blog written by Aman, a fellow Texas player with tournament reports and various tactics articles.
  • Warhammer the Underworlding – A brand new blog with a few articles about Warband selection and deck building, with more to come in the future.
  • Rob goes Shadespire – A blog by an Underworlds player all the way in Dubai.
  • End Phase – Written by Tony Field, a blog that focuses on the competitive Warhammer Underworlds scene.
  • No Gitz No Glory – A Warhammer Underworlds Blog focusing on Zarbag’s Gitz.


  • Claim the City – The Original Underworlds podcast. A great group of guys in CA with lots of good information. A bit slow to release new episodes, though.
  • What The Hex – A new podcast that covers a new topic each episode in about 30 minutes (record time for most podcasts). Good analysis, but I always want more than 30 minutes!
  • Battle for Salvation Podcast – A longer (usually at least an hour) podcast by a group of east coast US players that go over a number of interesting topics, interview successful players, and go over current WU events.
  • Rage Quit Wire: Fired Up A Warhammer Underworlds podcast hosted by Pete and Evan out of South Carolina. They focus on all aspects of the game including: painting, fluff, models, competitive lists, tournaments, and more.
  • BattleMallet – A generally GW focused podcast with 3 members that play Underworlds.
  • Ready 4 Action: The first UK based podcast. The topics include general WU content episodes as well as mid-event action reports from tournaments they attend.
  • Path To Glory: A podcast collaboration between myself and Aman Khusro from the Hexes and Warbands blog, this podcast focuses on competitive gaming, player development, and community growth.


  • The Agent’s of Sigmar channel on YouTube – these guys have some excellent battle reports, edited so that you can see the cards of both players. Really enjoyable to watch.
  • The BattleCast is a YouTube channel with various content including underworlds and other games.
  • Skirmish Miniature Gaming is a another YouTube channel with a number of Warhammer Underworlds videos.
  • Keep them Guessing – A YouTube channel focused on battle reports and making quirky, unorthodox decks and seeing how they work.
  • The guys from the Battle for Salvation podcast have some of their games recorded on their Youtube channel.
  • Christopher Sparke has a number of recorded games on his channel. Some are from tournaments, others are from webcam games.
  • Ready4Action – Gameplay videos the same crew that runs the podcast.



  • Warhammer Underworlds Events is a resource mostly for UK players that lists upcoming events.
  • Warbands Odds is a cool App that lets you calculate the odds of attacks succeeding.
    • The android link is here.
    • The apple link is here.
  • This is a neat diagram showing all of the possible positions to score Extreme Flank.
  • This is a pretty cool table showing the % chance of hitting with and against difference dice rolls.
  • This is a list of all of the promo items released at various Underworlds events.

If I am missing any cool underworlds resources, let me know. I always want more cool stuff to look at!