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.
From the Internet at Large
Kicking this week off with an unholy alliance between two of the most creative areas of the hobby, Gargant and Knight players with this absolutely gnarly cyborg’d up Giant. We love the work done to ensure the meld of Knight and Giant manages to look painfully unnatural and yet as if the two kits were actually meant to go together, complete with a suitably grimy paintjob and beautifully blended transfer work.
Moving away from the worlds of Warhammer for a moment, we have these May Queens by Mathias, just in time for Summer to finally decide to shuffle into the room. Its always a joy to see these kind of horror figures, especially painted to such a high standard.
Redemptor chassis Dreads are always cool, but Redemptor-chassis Dreads that go for the old walking shrine look to the cleaner Primaris look? Even cooler still. Throw in a spectacularly realised rendition of the Blood Ravens scheme? Immaculate.
Oh hell yeah. There’s Retrohammering up new models, and then there’s going this hard. The near-neon Yellows! The checkmarks and freehand! The use of red and black instead of metallics! And of course, the Goblin Green bases. Radical.
You fixin’ to start a Realmwar there hoss?
This Week on Goonhammer
This week, we take a look at Warcry: Nightmare Quest, the newest Warcry box set featuring two new teams: the Stormcast Soulsworn warband facing off against the demented Ghoul Beastflayers and their weird dog-baboon… things. We also take a look at the starter set for Black Powder, Red Earth.
All your usual events coverage, plus an update to Start Competing: Death Guard, a glimpse at the new Age of Sigmar FAQ, and a look ahead at the maths behind 10th edition 40k’s Equilibrium Points.
Painting and Modelling
This week we kick off a new series by painting maestro Tyler Mengel. This edition: the brand new Saurus Warriors from the impending Seraphon 3rd Edition Armybook.
Other Cool Stuff
The Goonhammer Reads Sci-Fi & Fantasy series returns with Turn Order Marcy sharing her recommendations in the rapidly growing genre of Lesbian-focused Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels. Meanwhile our resident Agatha Christies share their advice on creating Murder-Mystery plots for TTRPGs.
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