Although it’s a big internet out there, the Tabletop 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.
On the Internet at Large
Starting this week’s roundup of cool stuff, we have a very fun tool for miniature painters, roleplayers and worldbuilders alike. Amoria randomly generates knightly heraldry from a massive database of designs, symbols and layouts, then allows you to tweak and edit those to an incredible degree. Perfect for those of you who’ve picked up the re-released Bretonnians and are looking to fill out your Errantry Crusade with a cavalcade of noble splendour.
— dumb robot stuff (@DumbRobotStuff) January 13, 2024
dumb robot stuff is at it again, giving us this charmingly clanky, oil-stained lovechild between an Armiger and an Onagar. Honestly, if you didn’t know anything about Warhammer you’d guess this badboy was for its own Weird War wargame, and that owns.
You know who’s cool? Heresy-era White Scars. And who’s the coolest White Scar? Our boy Targutai Tesugei, brought to miniature life here in a collaboration between Anphiarus and Black Ark Miniatures for this heavily greenstuffed up custom mini of the Scar’s iconic Totally Not A Psyker, Stop Asking Questions wizard man.
This Week on Goonhammer
The Old World continues to claw its way out of its grave, as we review the Arcane Journal rulebooks for Bretonnia and Tomb Kings. We also reviewed the entire base-set for Monument Hobbies’ Pro-Acryl range of paints, perfect for painting up all those tiny skelemans and French.
Competitive Innovations returns for 40k, AoS and Kill Team, covering the year’s first slate of events. We also glimpse at the first competitive review for The Old World’s factions, the surprise Necrons FAQ, and a guide for Psykers in Necromunda.
Painting and Modelling
How to Paint Everything continues looking at the Traitor Legions of 40k and their distinctively heretical heraldry.
The Fluff Corner
Chaos has also infected the Fluff Corner this week, with a look at the Crimson Slaughter, Chaos’ most unlikely posterboys once upon an edition.
Other Cool Stuff
Our Planeswalkers talk precons, MB1975 waxes poetic about Lorcana’s storytelling potential and Jack talks 2023 in Marines and Mechs.
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