Content We Liked: 25th June, 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 off today’s recap of the week with this blast from the past, an absolute banger of Primaris’d Cyrus, carrying on his mass Tyranid Slaughter from where we left him in Dawn of War 2. Houserule him some Demo Packs and he’ll be perfect.


Sternguard decimates Hormagaunt
by u/rrasic in Warhammer40k

Swapping mediums for a second while staying on the topic of Slaughtering Tyranids, here we have a wonderfully rendered piece depicting the protagonist from Boltgun getting in on the bug purging fun. This is rad as hell and is screaming to be hung on a wall with a blacklight shining.


Just in time for mid-Summer to hit us like a truck with all the buzzing, fluttering, dive-bombing, biting and just generally annoying insects that entails, we have this wonderfully gross conversion of the Necromunda Ash Waste Nomad mounts, converted into a huge shiny space bug by virtue of some simple but effective wings.


Ho-lee. There’s display boards and then there’s Display Boards. The lights! The smoke effects! The swarms of Orcs! If you told me the music was diegetic and just resounded out from the piece I’d believe you.


Keeping with some seriously impressive hobby, but on the sheer opposite scale of size, we have this Inquisitor Greyfax from Adrian with some seriously impressive freehanded designs on her cloak, evoking some wonderfully fitting baroque elements for an Inquisitor out of time.


Finishing off this week with another hardcore conversion project, this time really leaning all the way in on the mining aesthetic of the Genestealer Cults range. There’s some intricate pieces in here and we’ve been having fun trying to figure out the myriad kits that go into a single vehicle in this collection.


This Week on Goonhammer

Warhammer 40k: 10th Edition Coverage

Leviathan has landed and 9th edition is officially devoured. This week we take a look at the Imperial Armour indexes, a mathematical examination of weapon changes from 9th to 10th and Wings tells you their favourite things about the new edition.

Goonhammer’s Guide to Warhammer 40k: Leviathan

The Goonhammer Review: The 10th Edition Imperial Armour Indexes

Hammer of Math: Weapon Changes in 40k 10th Edition

Competitive Innovations Editorial: 10 Things I Like About 10th Edition

Tabletop Battles Now Supports 10th Edition 40k

Speed painting the Leviathan Box, Rockfish Style: An exercise in planning mostly

Lore Explainer: The Tyrannic Wars of Warhammer 40k and Leviathan


Goonhammer Reviews

Scifi abounds this week as we review products from Star Wars: Shatterpoint, Fallout: Wasteland Warfare and Bandura Wargaming’s scifi gothic terrain. Also stamps, because Warhammer does stamps now.

A Revolution in Drybrushing: Artis Opus Series D

Fallout Model Review: Brotherhood of Steel: Heavy Armor (T45)

Shatterpoint – Twice the Pride Squad Pack Review and Tactics

The Goonhammer Review: Bandua WTC Terrain

The Goonhammer Review: Warhammer Stamps


Competitive Play

Competitive Innovations 40k takes a break this week to gush about 10th (and to tell y’all doomsayers to take a chill pill), but it’s all Halloween all the time in the Mortal Realms as we bring you a skeleton-filled edition of Competitive Innovations AoS. We also talk to the top 3 players at Atlantic City Open’s Kill Team event.

Competitive Innovations in the Mortal Realms – It’s Death all the Way Down

Interviewing the Top 3 Kill Team Players from FLG’s Atlantic City Open


Painting and Modelling

Turn Order Raf takes the Army Painter Speedpaint challenge and shows what the line can do in the hands of experience painters and complete novices.

Noobs and Experts: 5 Friends Try Speed Paint 2.0


Other Cool Stuff

Goonhammer Historicals takes a veer into the weird with a look at the Cults of Turnip28, the Goonhammer book club gazes into the dark futures of apocalyptic fiction and we present a custom Horde Mode for 40k you can play out of your Leviathan box, Fury of the Swarm.


Goonhammer presents Fury of the Swarm: Tyranid Horde Mode

Goonhammer Historicals – Turnip 28: Cult Overview: Tadpoles and Toadlets

Goonhammer Reads Science Fiction: World-Enders

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