Content We Liked: 16th April, 2023

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

Kicking things off this week with a neat and simple conversion, taking an Ork Buggy and replacing the crew with gangers to make the perfect gang hotrod is such a simple but fantastic idea executed so well, with particular props to the striking reflections in the very shiny chrome. Witnessed!


Following up with another conversion, this time seeing the Great Khan himself reposed and reworked to represent him fighting at the Siege of Terra. It’s a fantastic piece of conversion and the muted tones really set a grim mood.


And then at the complete opposite of the conversion scale we have… a Gundam made out of Star Destroyers. Are Gunpla fans okay? What universal truths do they glimpse when they close their eyes? This is terrifyingly cool.


Continuing on to some far smaller mechs, we have a wonderful bit of hobby positivity with ZamPainting comparing some of their earliest models to their latest. Very aspirational.


Fighting for a shinging beacon in the grimdark today
by u/Sentient-Pancake in Warhammer40k

Dangerous Terrain indeed.


This Week on Goonhammer

Goonhammer Reviews

A busy week in the 41st Millennium, with another Primarch stumbling back into the fray with the return of The Lion and the release of the final Arks of Omen book, as well as a shiny new model for old man Dante. We’ve also got a pair of brand new plastic Horus Heresy tanks and a look at a new historical card builder for your enjoyment.

Arks of Omen: The Lion-

Arks of Omen: The Lion – The Goonhammer Review

Horus Heresy Model Review: Cerberus Tank Destroyer

Horus Heresy Model Review: Sicaran Venator

Undaunted: North Africa is a Fresh Evolution of a Fantastic System


Competitive Play

40k takes a slight breather after the excitement of the last two weeks to look at the final balance patch for the current edition, while AoS braces itself for a big meta shift after the drop of a big raft of warscroll changes. Meanwhile, MECHAHAMMER gasps one last robot-y breath with a ranking of each of Infinity’s TAG suits, and our Mechwarriors comment on tiny puny infantry to step on with their Mechs.

Competitive Innovations in 9th: A Short Breather

40k: The Final 9th Edition Dataslate Hot Takes


Competitive Innovations in the Mortal Realms: Change on the Horizon

Infinity TAG Tier List

Battletech: Infantry Overview


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