Garrett "John Condit" Severson

Competitive Innovations in 9th: October 25, 2022 Part 2: Some More 40k, As A Treat

Hello again, and welcome back to more of my incredibly helpful thoughts on the state of the 40k meta. Wings is technically back from vacation, but I have performed the requisite incantations and warding to prevent him from taking this...

Competitive Innovations in 9th: October 25, 2022, Part 1: In Which Mistakes Were Made

Hello and welcome to another thrilling installment of everyone's favorite column exploring the ins and outs of competitive play in Warhammer 40,000. James "One_Wing" Grover is currently on vacation doing whatever it is English people do on vacation, a topic...

Codex: Chaos Space Marines (9th edition) Review, Part 4: Crusade

Chaos Space Marines have a fairly hefty set of units available to them, mixing a bunch of Space Marine classics, unique units like Daemon Engines, and a huge host of Characters, both named and regular. In this part of...

Adeptus Titanicus April 2022 FAQ: The Goonhammer Hot Take

If you thought GW was done with Adeptus Titanicus, think again: Tuesday morning, with basically no warning whatsoever, the AT design team dropped a new FAQ document on us. Here’s what’s in it: Traitor Legio Updates Most of the changes from...

MEATWATCH: Hot Sauce

It’s a complex world out there of animal products, and Goonhammer is here to help. Whether it’s ranking the staple animal-based proteins on the market, or when a new type of meat drops and shakes up the game, we’re...

Warlord Wednesdays: Dire Wolf Review – Adeptus Titanicus Tactics

  Welcome back to Goonhammer’s series for aspiring Titan Principes. We here at Goonhammer’s own Collegia Titanica know that Adeptus Titanicus can seem intimidating to players unfamiliar with its particular quirks, but this series aims to equip you with everything...

Who’s Apologizing Now?

Greg wrote a post yesterday that included some stuff from our games this past weekend, and after reading it I’ve realized that I need to set the record straight on a few things. Well, one thing really. That thing...

Bored Space Yacht Club: Getting Started with UCM

Dropfleet Commander is one of the easiest games to get into on the market, thanks to the excellent starter sets that give you everything you need to build your first fleet and hit the table in style. This week,...

Bored Space Yacht Club: Dropfleet Commander Starter Set Review

If you read our article two weeks ago about Dropfleet Commander and have been wondering how best to get into the game, look no further: the Dropfleet Commander Two-Player Starter Set (available from TTCombat's webstore for 65 GBP) is...

Bored Space Yacht Club: Getting Started With Dropfleet Commander

What should be a pleasant summer evening is interrupted by a series of ominous flashes in the night sky - the sure sign of a fleet dropping out of FTL at combat speed. Massive, spinal-mounted laser cannons roar to...

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Boon’s US Open Grand Finale – A Best Overall Finish

During the period of November 17th to the 19th, the Games Workshop US Open Grand Finale was held at...
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