The Week Ending February 15th, 2020
Although it’s a big internet out there, the Warhammer 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. Here’s what we liked this week:
In the Wild:
- A Sister of Battle Rocking Out in an Exorcist
Alan Bishop on the Sisters of Battle Facebook Group (Open)
Look, if you think you’re too old to play with your models like this, you’re denying yourself a lot of joy for stupid reasons. Alan knows what’s up.
- Gonders’ incredible freehand work on a Thousand Sons Proteus Land Raider
@gonders via Twitter
This is just an insane amount of freehand detail and has to be seen to be believed.
- GroadmiralThraw’s sick Baneblade casualty marker
@groadmiralthraw via Twitter
GroadmiralThraw made a huge and incredibly cool casualty marker for a Baneblade that depicts the whole thing in the middle of a devastating explosion.
- Tom & Rachel’s reflective visors
2dorks1brush via Instagram
Tom and Rachel do amazing work and their work on these Admech Kastellan visors is super nice.
- Radamanthys, the Adjudicator by Laura
@pegastyx via Twitter
Laura’s done an amazing tech priest conversion that rivals the Cawl model in its complexity.
- Jen’s Blood Bowl Assassin
@_jen_tr_ via Twitter
We love the scaled cloak on this model.
- Wade Pryce’s Adeptus Arbites Kill Team
@wadepryce via Twitter
Wade did an incredible job with these Arbites, which combine models and bits from a number of kits to make something that blends older aesthetics with the sweet new enforcer models.
- Stacy Dennis’ Warhammer 40k Journal
Stacy Dennis via Facebook
This hobby journal is going places, and will be worth checking out on an ongoing basis as some of these awesome terrain projects are completed.
- Coda’s Painting Stream
Coda streams at weird hours owing to being in Australia, but it’s worth your time to stop in on his stream when you can.
It was a huge week on Goonhammer, and we had more content than I can include here. Here’s some of the best stuff you likely missed.
- The Witcher 3 is the Most Beautiful Game I’ve Ever Played
by Jonathan Bernhardt
Bernhardt talks about the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt this week and why it’s worth playing even after several years.
- Necromunday: Genestealer Corruption
by Dan “SexCannon” Boyd and Merton
The boys talked about Genestealer Cults gangs – how to build, grow, and use them on the table.
- Tournament Reports
by Various Authors
In our first Hobby Round-up, we look back at the progress various Goonhammer authors made in January.
- Legion Focus: Blood Angels
LordTwisted covers everything you could want to know about the 9th Legion during the Heresy.
- Boardhammer: Games to Unwind
Andrew “Pendulin” Haywood
In this week’s Boardhammer, Andrew talks about good coop games to play when you need to kick back and play something un
- Goonhammer Interviews!
We had multiple interviews this week with fantastic folks in the community.
- The Road to Adepticon Begins!
Greg, Evan, and Kevin are starting new armies in 40k and embarking on a Path to Shame.
- New Titanicus Stuff!
by Condit and Soggy
Psychic Awakening isn’t the only new release! This week Condit and Soggy also talked about the upcoming Shadow & Iron book, plus the new Core set.
- Start Competing: Grey Knights
by James “One_Wing” Grover
Our latest “Start Competing” article looks at Grey Knights and how to play them, including all of the nasty new tricks they got in Ritual of the Damned.
- Hammer of Math: The > Good
by Kevin Genson
Kevin took a look at several rules from the new Psychic Awakening book and the math around them.