The Week Ending December 21, 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 62: A Nice, Long Haft
Dan “SexCannon” Boyd and SRM
The fellas have returned with another straight banger where they talk speeding up your games of 40k, Adepticon registration, and what hobby hell really looks like.
- Louise Sugden’s Rainbow Tzeentch Sorcerer
@Sughammer on Twitter
We’re always in awe of the insanely cool effects Louise can pull off with her minis and this one is no exception.
- Reiner72’s Old-School Hive Scum
Reiner72’s got a really cool paint scheme for his old metal gangers and we’re always happy to see old models given new life.
- Using Adeptus TItanicus Models for Bionic Parts
r/Warhammer40k on Reddit
We’re not sure who the original artist is on this, so shoot us a note if you know them. It’s a very cool concept, using AT Knight model parts for bionics. Reddit user FM910 did their own set for Iron Hands Intercessors and we like the result.
- Catgutt’s Ripper Swarms
Catgutt via r/Tyranids on Reddit
We love Catgutt’s Coconut Crab-inspired Tyranid paint scheme but shudder when thinking about how long it took to paint all those ripper swarms.
- Nick Bayton’s Rohan House – complete with snowman!
Nick Bayton on Twitter
A holiday-themed terrain piece using the new Rohan House kit.
- Meet Annie Norman, the Nottingham Woman Who’s Changing Wargaming
by Polly Harrison via Quack!
A feature on Annie Norman, the founder Bad Squiddo Games, who create some of the best female wargaming minis out there.
- AoS Statshammer
AoS Statshammer is a great tool for running the stats on abilities and units in Age of Sigmar.
- 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. He recently did a near 24-hour marathon stream with the new Sisters of Battle box.
Another big week, though thankfully we got a bit of a reprieve after
- Eye of Horras Report: The Atlanta Pro TableTop Open
by Scott Horras “Heresy”
Goonhammer’s Scott Horras attended the Atlanta PTT Open and wrote about his experience, the lists he faced, and the friends he made along the way.
- Kill Team Tactics: Sisters of Battle
by Alfredo “Bonds0097” Ramirez
Alfredo capped off our review of the Kill Team Annual 2019 contents by taking a deep look at Adepta Sororitas kill teams and how you might use them on the battlefield.
- Hear Me Out, Wings: World Eaters
by Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones and James “One_Wing” Grover
TheChirurgeon’s trying out some new lists using the Faith and Fury rules, and this week he can feel the Nails biting as he tests out a Berzerker-heavy army of World Eaters.
- Blood of Baal – The Lore Review
by Raf Cordero
Raf is covering the new story developments in Psychic Awakening Book 3: Blood of Baal.
- The Narrative Forge: Battlezones and Updated 8th Edition Zone Mortalis Rules
by Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones
Robert talks about playing with Battlezones – how to do it, which ones are good and which ones are bad. Also, we’ve updated our 8th edition ZM rules for you to download!
- Start Competing: Orks
by James “One_Wing” Grover and Liam “Corrode” Royle
In this week’s Start Competing, we’re looking at Ork armies in 8th edition.
- Army Showcase: SRM’s House Lakar and Household Guard
Campbell shows off his beautiful knights for us.
- Boon’s Road to LVO Part 2
by James “Boon” Kelling
Boon is chronicling his hobby progress and army testing before LVO and it’s worth your time to read. Check out part 1 here.
- Warlord Wednesdays: Knight Households
by Garrett “Condit” Severson
This week, Condit talks about tactics and strategy for Knight Households in Adeptus Titanicus.
- Necromunday – The 2019 FAQ
by Merton and Dan “SexCannon” Boyd
The boys talk about the new Necromunda FAQ and what it means for you.