Content We Liked: 18th Feburary, 2024

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



Lets start this week’s instalment off LARGE, with fabio_morghot tapping into our collective love of big muscled boyz with this kitbashed Executioner for Mordheim. Using the Untamed Beast leader as a base with a whole bunch of custom sculpting to achieve that awesome “Conan goes Medieval” look, it really nails the sheer weirdness of the average Mordheim citizen. Awesome.


A golden double act up next, beginning with this gorgeous rendition of Primaris Dante. Beyond the excellent NMM metals across the armour and weapons, we’re really impress with just how smooth the red parts of the mini are, and how much they POP against the pale gold. Sometimes these NMM projects kinda neglect the rest of the model, but this isn’t the case here. Radiant!


Second part of our golden duo… goddamn. A complete repaint and touch up of the JoyToy Rogal Dorn posable figure. We’ll just let this one speak of itself, JoyToy’s sculpts are already impressive as hell, but just that little bit extra and bam, incredible.


Speaking of incredible, holy shit. A motorized, remote controlled Warlord Titan. The lights, the movement, the imposing figure. A real labour of love for the 41st Millenium’s coolest godmachine.


This Week on Goonhammer


Goonhammer Reviews

Legions Imperialis gets its first post-release update with The Great Slaughter campaign book, and we’re sifting through the aftermath to review its contents. We’ve also got a review of Ur: The Royal Game, and a look at the brushes on offer with our collaboration with Artis Opus.

Artis Opus Series S – A Brush with Greatness

Artis Opus – Series M: Designed for Minis

Legions Imperialis: The Great Slaughter – The Goonhammer Review: Campaigns and Titandeath

Legions Imperialis: The Great Slaughter – The Goonhammer Review: Legiones Astartes

Legions Imperialis: The Great Slaughter – The Goonhammer Review: Solar Auxilia

Ur: The Royal Game: The Goonhammer Review

Turn Order Reviews Resident Evil: The Board Game


News and Previews

Games Industry News Roundup- February 13th, 2024

Xbox Bringing Four Unnamed Titles to PlayStation, Switch

Mantic Launches the Kickstarter for Epic Warpath

Mikey Mouse Club #9 – Into the Inklands Preview!


Competitive Play

All your weekly Warhammer coverage and event reports. Also this week: our Conquest Kings drop hot takes and FAQ reviews, Reference Cards for The Old World and how to let the dogs out in Magic’s Murders at Markov Manor.

Competitive Innovations in 10th: En Guard

Hammer of Math: Drukhari Dance-Off

Competitive Innovations in the Mortal Realms: Evviva l’Italia

Age of Sigmar Battlescroll Update – Nullstone Cache Arrives at the Mortal Realms

Warhammer the Old World Reference Sheets

Conquest Sorcerer Kings Faction – The Goonhammer Hot Take

Conquest Feb 2024 Update: the Goonhammer Hot Take

Unstable Mutation: Deep Clue Sea Upgrade (Murders at Karlov Manor Commander)

Event Reports

UTC Weekend Recap and Preview: February 16, 2024

Goonhammer Interviews the Top 4 Players from The Purge in Australia!


Painting and Modelling

Porble brings us a How to Paint Everything covering a quick and stylish way to paint miniature bases, without tossing a bunch of sand all over the place like a child on the beach.

How to Paint Everything: Simply Painted Dungeon Stone


The Fluff Corner

Our Lorestorians crack open their favourite tomes inked in blood and bound in human skin, to look at the illustrious and noble histories of the Flesh Eater Courts.

The Lore Explainer: Flesh Eater Courts


Other Cool Stuff

Goonhammer Editor Rob brings us a special short series looking at player psychographics, and uses data from our player survey a few months back to answer an important question: what motivates us when we play games?

Bringing Timmy, Johnny, and Spike to Wargaming, Part 1: Player Psychographics

Bringing Timmy, Johnny, and Spike to Wargaming, Part 2: Meet Dylan, Chase, and Innes

Bringing Timmy, Johnny, and Spike to Wargames, Part 3: Why We Play