The Week Ending November 16th 2019
Although it’s a big internet out there, the Warhammer digital universe is pretty small and spread out. In Content We Liked, we take a look at the articles, videos, podcasts, and products that caught our eyes or were noteworthy during the prior week you might have missed. Here’s what we liked this week:
In the Wild:
- The 40k Badcast Episode 61 – Campbell Dumpstered His Dad on His Dad’s Birthday
The 40k Badcast
Dan and Campbell are back on their bullshit with a fun new story about how Campbell has gone to great lengths to prove that he is, in fact, the Worst Son on the Internet.
- Converted Chaos Terrax Termite-Pattern Assault Drill
McGibs via DakkaDakka
We were floored by this incredibly simple, incredibly sick conversion of a Chaos Termite Assault Drill. We love the paint scheme on it too.
- Cyborg John Cena
Andrew Schaffert via Facebook
John Cena is a national treasure and this paintjob on a John Cena Pez dispenser is very impressive.
- Sump City Radio: A Necromunda Podcast
Merton recommended that we mention this new Necromunda podcast to us, and we were happy to oblige, since there’s not enough Necro content out there.
- Untitled Daemon Sword
Nicholas Tregidgo via Instagram
- Khorne Titanicus Knight Conversion
@KhorneTitanicus via Instagram
This thing whips. We love everything about this Khorne AT army.
- Coda’s Painting Stream
Coda streams at weird hours owing to being in Australia, but it’s worth your time to stop in on his stream when you can.
Stats-wise, this was Goonhammer’s Biggest Week Ever. Just massive, and stuffed with great content. I’m gonna start with the stuff that I think didn’t get enough love.
- How to Stay Bad Without Getting Mad
by Greg “ANAmal.net” Chiasson
In an article that was as much therapeutic autobiography as advice, Greg talked about how to stay motivated when you lose every game you play.
- The Narrative Forge: Campaigns, Part 3 – Tree Narrative Campaigns
by Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones
We’re updating our guide to campaigns, and in part 3 we’re taking a deeper look at Tree campaigns, which are narrative campaigns with a branching pat that gives players a little more story control.
- Age of Sigmar: Ogor Mawtribes Review
Alice reviewed the new Ogor Mawtribes book, which was absolutely stuffed with cool new rules.
- How to Paint Everything: Marble
by Skails, JD Reynolds, and Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones
In this week’s How to Paint Everything, we covered how to paint marble textures.
- Quantifying Naramyth
by Cyle “Naramyth” Thompson
Cyle walks us through his methodology for unit evaluation, which looks at weighted shooting, points cost, and total wounds.
- Faith and Fury Review, Part 3: Black Templars
by Jack “BenBooley” Hunter, Robert “TheChriurgeon” Jones, Tyler “Coda” , and James “One_Wing” Grover
We dig into the rest of the new Faith and Fury book, looking at the updated rules for Black Templars.
- Horus Heresy: The Emperor’s Children
Our Heresy content continues, and we’re going to be looking at every legion in the Heresy, starting with the Emperor’s Children.
- Hammer of Math: T’au C’alc’ulations
by Kevin Genson
This week, Kevin dove into the stats stats behind savior protocols and battlesuit weapon options.
- Necromunday: The Book of Ruin Review
by Dan “SexCannon” Boyd and Merton
In this week’s Necromunday the boys reviewed the new Book of Ruin, taking a deep look at the new cult rules.
- Warlord Wednesdays: Warlord Focus
by Garrett “John Condit” Severson
This week, Garrett talks about Warlord Titans.
- Start Competing: Adeptus Custodes
by Jack “BenBooley” Hunter, James “OneWing” Grover, and Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones
This week, the crew put down some thoughts on running Adeptus Custodes competitively.
- Kill Team Tactics: Space Marines
Our faction-focused Kill Team Tactics series continued, with a look at competitive Space Marine kill teams.
- The Goonhammer Review of Codex: Sisters of Battle
by Patrick “Artum” Robins, Tyler “Coda” Moore, Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones, Jack “BenBooley” Hunter, and James “One_Wing” Grover
In our most popular article of the week (by a wide margin), we reviewed the outstanding new Sisters of Battle codex from the upcoming boxed set.