The Week Ending December 29, 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:
- Dicey June’s Heretic Helmets
@diceyjune via Twitter
Some really cool art of the Chaos Legion helmets.
- Dana Howl’s Complimentary Schemes
@dana_howl on Twitter
We could look at Dana’s models all day long and we love the thought and concept behind painting your armies to look good next to each other when they’re allied up.
- Father Cryptmas’ Slay Ride
Another really cool holiday conversion with a nice creepy touch.
- Bagel’s Dark Angels First Company Captain
__Bagel__ via r/theunforgiven on Reddit
A very cool Dark Angels conversion that uses the hooded heads to great effect.
- 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
- Goonhammer’s Review Process is Changing
Important site news about how our reviews process is changing.
- Horus Heresy Legion Overview: The Word Bearers
by Alfredo “Bonds0097” Ramirez
LordTwisted is back this week with his legion focus series, this time talking about the first heretics.
- Hear Me Out, Cyle: Ravenwing Black Knights
by Chase “Gunum” Garber and Cyle “Naramyth” Thompson
Chase is back on his bullshit, trying out several Dark Angels units whose points costs were lowered by Chapter Approved 2019.
- Hammer of Math: Necromath…da
by Kevin Genson
Kevin covers several burning math questions around Necromunda.
- The Narrative Forge: Building Narrative Armies
by Tyler “Coda” Moore
Tyler talks about building an army to tell or match a narrative.
- Year-End Retrospectives
by Various Authors
A bunch of the crew took part in in some looks back at the year that was:
- Boon’s Road to LVO Part 3
by James “Boon” Kelling
Boon is chronicling his hobby progress and army testing before LVO and it’s worth your time to read.
- Necromunday – Article Updates
by Merton and Dan “SexCannon” Boyd
The boys have updated several older articles based on the new FAQ and expansions.