Codex Adeptus Custodes 10th Edition: The Goonhammer Review

After a brief lull, Games Workshop are ramping back up with two Codex releases - Orks and the Adeptus Custodes. The Adeptus Custodes started out pretty strong in 10th edition, winning the US Open Tacoma and a handful of other events - and were in fact, so strong they...

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Warhammer 40K

Codex Adeptus Custodes 10th Edition: The Goonhammer Review

After a brief lull, Games Workshop are ramping back up with two Codex releases - Orks and the Adeptus Custodes. The Adeptus Custodes started out pretty strong in 10th edition, winning the US Open Tacoma and a handful of other events - and were in fact, so strong they needed to be toned down a bit. Recent dataslate changes pushed them back up after some time in the competitive doldrums, but with the new Codex they’re set to receive a full rules overhaul. So how do they fare, and...

Age of Sigmar

Lore Explainer: The Ogor Mawtribes

In this life, there are a great many pleasures, but what are the most essential? The urges that truly make us who we are? Yeah, you've got your Hedonites of Slaanesh engaging in all that decadent perfumery and getting down to business, but on the other side of that indulgent coin we find the subjects of today's Lore Explainer, the consumers, the children of the Gulping God - The Ogor Mawtribes. First things first; despite appearances Ogors are not simply oversized humans. They're not even related to humans but are humanoids...

Columns

Outlaws of Thunder Junction Review, Part 3 of 4: Monocolor Cards

Magic’s newest expansion takes us to the newly introduced plane of Thunder Junction for a rootin’ tootin’ treasure huntin’ time. A new set means new cards, and we're continuing our review with the monocolor cards from the set.  Last time we covered the multicolor cards, and this time as usual we won't be looking at everything, and we'll be doing this primarily but not exclusively with an eye for Commander play.   Monocolor Cards   Another Round Marcy: There is certainly a way that the Boros decks that try to use Warleader's Call could certainly take advantage of this as a secondary finisher. The only downside...

Magic the Gathering

Hobby

SRM’s Ongoing Stormbringer Review: Week 20

Stormbringer is a weekly hobby magazine from Hachette Partworks introducing players to Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. In this 80-week series, our intrepid magazine-receiver will be reviewing each individual issue, its included models, and gaming materials. A Premium US subscription was provided to Goonhammer for review purposes. If you want to follow along at home, US Customers can check out Stormbringer here. When I was a wee dweeb, I would regularly stop off at a comic and coin shop in Millerton, New York with my dad. It was the closest place to my house that sold Pokémon cards, Mage Knight...

Gaming

Codex Adeptus Custodes 10th Edition: The Goonhammer Review

After a brief lull, Games Workshop are ramping back up with two Codex releases - Orks and the Adeptus Custodes. The Adeptus Custodes started out pretty strong in 10th edition, winning the US Open Tacoma and a handful of other events - and were in fact, so strong they needed to be toned down a bit. Recent dataslate changes pushed them back up after some time in the competitive doldrums, but with the new Codex they’re set to receive a full rules overhaul. So how do they fare, and how do the army’s new detachments change the way the...