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Regiments of Renown or RoR are elite versions of standard units, with improved combat performance and abilities. Regiments of Renown become available to the player’s faction when a Icon general.png Lord reaches a certain character level.

Regiments of Renown have stats greatly improved over those of their standard counterparts and a particular Regiment of Renown may only be recruited once, unless it is destroyed in combat. They are recruited instantly into the selected army and do not require time to train.Regiments can be recruited into a selected army from the Regiments of Renown panel. The character level required to unlock a particular regiment is marked on its card on the Regiments of Renown panel.

Each regiment also gets one or more special abilities that its standard counterpart does not. The number varies according to the unit – most just have one, though a small number have two, three or even four. Almost all regiments get a leadership, melee attack, melee defence, and reload speed increase (if they have a ranged attack) over their standard counterparts because they are automatically Rank 9 Experience and rank.

The Regiments of Renown recruitment system and interface is open to modding, and it can be used for more than just adding other famous units.

Blessed Spawnings are similar to Regiments of Renown for the Lizardmen. Legions of Legend are similar to RoR for Tomb Kings.

Total War: Warhammer I RoR[]

The Empire[]

Regiments of Renown added with The Grim and the Grave DLC:

Additional Regiments of Renown were added with The Hunter and the Beast DLC in Warhammer II:

Dwarfs[]

Regiments of Renown added with The King and the Warlord DLC:

Greenskins[]

Regiments of Renown added with The King and the Warlord DLC:

Additional Regiments added in The Warden and the Paunch in Warhammer II:

Vampire Counts[]

Regiments of Renown added with The Grim and the Grave DLC:

Warriors of Chaos[]

Regiments of Renown were added for free in the Foundation Update:

The following Regiments of Renown were released as part of the Champions of Chaos DLC in Warhammer III:

  • Knights of the Brazen Throne (Skullcrushers of Khorne)
  • Bilious Thunderguff (Chaos Giant)
  • The Sibilant Slaughtercade (Chaos Chariots)
  • The Severed Claw (Aspiring Champions)

Beastmen[]

Regiments of Renown were added for free in the Foundation Update:

Further regiments were added in The Silence & The Fury in Warhammer II:

Wood Elves[]

Regiments of Renown were added for free in the Foundation Update:

Further Regiments were added in The Twisted and the Twilight DLC in Warhammer II:

Bretonnia[]

Regiments of Renown were added for free in the Foundation Update:

Norsca[]

Added with the Norsca race pack:

Added in The Foundation Update for free:

Total War: Warhammer II RoR[]

High Elves[]

Regiments of Renown were added along with The Queen and the Crone DLC:

Additional regiments added with The Warden and the Paunch DLC:

Dark Elves[]

Regiments of Renown were added along with The Queen and the Crone DLC:

Further Regiments of Renown were added along with The Shadow and the Blade DLC:

Lizardmen[]

In addition to Regiments of Renown, Blessed Spawnings are similar to Regiments of Renown, but only available in campaign.

Regiments of Renown added along with The Prophet and the Warlock DLC:

Additional Regiments of Renown were added with The Hunter and the Beast DLC:

Further regiments were added in The Silence & The Fury DLC:

Skaven[]

Regiments of Renown were added along with The Prophet and the Warlock DLC.

Generally available:

Only available in campaign and custom battle, to Clan Skryre using the Forbidden Workshop:

Further Regiments were added along with The Shadow and the Blade DLC:

Even more Regiments were added alongside The Twisted and the Twilight DLC:

Tomb Kings[]

In addition to Regiments of Renown, the Tomb Kings have access to Legions of Legend in the campaign, which are similar.

Vampire Coast[]

Added when the Vampire Coast race pack was released:

Total War: Warhammer III RoR[]

Regiments of Renown were added in several patches following the launch of Total War: Warhammer III. Each patch added one unit for each of the TWW3 launch races. The first bunch of Regiments of Renown were added with Update 1.2.0 and the second were added with Update 1.3.0. The Daemons of Chaos don't get any unique Regiments of Renown but can recruit all monogod regiments.

Kislev[]

Grand Cathay[]

Khorne[]

Tzeentch[]

Nurgle[]

Slaanesh[]

Ogre Kingdoms[]

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