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
— Kannovaku (@kannovaku) November 23, 2022
Nerds who complain that Necrons just aren’t scary any more clearly haven’t seen Kannovaku’s Flayer Virus’d up force, draped in an entire sector’s worth of fresh skin from the looks of things. Particularly love the use of the McFarline Flayed one figures as the basis of some really neat Doomstalker conversions, an ongoing trend we’re keen to see keep going.
Goddamn. What can we say about this ode to the legendary opening movie to Dawn of War that can’t be expressed by simply gazing in awe at this piece. Incredible.
Way to play the Marine’s head like a bongo H’om’er!
He’s gettin’ a pretty good sound out of that guy!
Painted up 3 years ago, still super happy with him! pic.twitter.com/rjh4vrAFr9
— Dean Lecoq (@DeanLecoq) November 24, 2022
Goddamn this Scythe of the Emperor is CRISP. The clean panel work, the sharp edge highlights. Peak of the ‘Eavy Metal style.
— Stephen (@Some_Friend) November 23, 2022
We here at Goonhammer fully endorse the glorifying of Tiny Dudes. We encourage the inclusion of these Small Guys in every model project you can think of. Accompanying these Lil’ Fellas with the DOOM (2016) soundtrack is further approved of.
This Week on Goonhammer
40k: Cadia Stands Model Reviews– Our Gentlegoon Generals break out the parade colours to show off the plastic contents of the Cadia Stands army set, all brand new Imperial Guard figures.
Blood Bowl: Winter 2022 Releases– Blood Bowl got a sudden last minute rush of releases this year, with a new Dungeon Bowl box set, Spike Almanac and Matched Play Guide, but what do they bring to the pitch?
Historicals: Atlantic Games Conquistadors Model Review– Our history buffs turn their eye to the brand new Conquistador box set from Atlantic games, a flexible box for depicting not just the Spanish plunderers, but for many soldiers of the European 16th Century.
Video Games: We Who Are About To Die Review– Continuing our trip through history, Marcy takes a journey into a brand new roguelike set on the blood-soaked sands of the Colosseum.
Competitive Innovations in 40k: Grand Showdown– A week so busy we split it into two articles and they’re still bulging full of tabletop goodness. Votann and Xenos and Chaos oh my!
Competitive Innovations in AoS: Gutcheck Time– Ogors continue to show the raw power of shoving a cannon full of scrap as their rampage across the tables of the Mortal Realms continues.
Hammer of Math 40k: Astra Militarum Orders– The Orders system for Imperial Guard got a shake up this edition, so how does shouting at your flak-jacketed heroes math out in this new age?
Warcry Gets Skinky: Hunters of Huanchi Tactics– Warcry dropped a brand new Lizardman warband upon the realms, focused on everyone’s favoured boggle-eyed friends the Chameleon Skinks. Learn how to craft the perfect ambushes with this guide to the new list.
BLUNDERDOME 2: Round 1, Growing Pains– BLUNDERDOME gets truly under way, with some rather big surprises in store for our hapless BLUNDERDOMErs.
Other Cool Stuff
AoS Holiday Battleforces: Are They Worth It?– The Holidays roll around again and with them the new limited time army boxes are dropping. We break down each box to see just where all your value is going.
Meet Gregbot– He’s a shitposting organism, metal shell over a digital endoskeleton. A Posting Machine.