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
— Johnny Chiodini (@johnneh) February 19, 2023
Bespoke carrying cases are always a delight to see, especially ones that double as a display board. If this one doesn’t bring those cozy pub feelings nothing will, like a little portable Bugman’s Bar.
Oh hell yeah. While we’re highlighting this wannabe Tankbusta we really cannot recommend looking through Fabio’s entire Digganob project enough, with its fantastic use of Warcry and other assorted Chaos weirdos to bring Gorkamorka’s premier Ork cosplayers into the modern age.
Alright, this is an acceptable level of Python. Beyond the chucklesome freehand on the shield we just really love the colour palate on this skeleton, a brighter more vibrant look than what you see from most undead pieces.
A really cool kitbash for the new Imperial Guard field guns that comfortably straddles the line between Militarium practicality and Mechanicum weirdness. Also have to give props to the paintjob on the crew, Olive green works really well on Skitarii robes.
Are Turnip28 players okay? Are you doing alright, do you need a sit down?
This Week on Goonhammer
A quiet week for Reviews after last week’s Kill Team-apalooza, our Cadian Whiteshields get to grips with the last wave of the new Astra Militarum release while Turn Order’s Marcy looks at Buttonshy’s other wallet-sized card game, Wildtails.
This week sees the swirling fury seasonal rules changes start to settle, the wheat separated from the chaff as the meta begins to form in earnest. In the Grim Dark future the Arks of Omen get settled in to a shooty-heavy meta while in the Mortal Realms infantry finally see a re-emergence after the culling of Bounty Hunters. Meanwhile in Nuffle’s realm we finish our look at the current Blood Bowl meta for this edition.
Competitive Innovations in 40k: Darkest Timeline
Painting and Modelling
This week Skails walked us through the planning and step-by-step process for their entry into the fantastically macabre Necropolis Sellsword Challenge, Primaris Kevin takes a look at how to use Wax-based Metallics to create super corroded effects and our chosen of Khorne submit their methods of painting the new World Eaters miniatures.
Other Cool Stuff
MEATWATCH returns with an ode to Bolognese and its power to quell even the pickiest of eaters, Goonhammer Historicals chat with Richard Clarke of TooFatLardies about the economics of producing and printing rulebooks, while speaking of rulebooks- Goonhammer Bair pens an editorial arguing that no, you don’t have to buy every new book that comes out for the Warhammer family of games.
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