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 by goin’ round and round on a nightmare merry-go-round with this utterly demented clown’d up Angron. This is some wholesale commitment to a very silly bit and we’re all here for it. Never thought I’d be complimenting the blending on a clown wig but here we are.
Keepin’ this circus rolling with something a little more Del Toro than Chiodo Brothers, the Carnival of Chaos is one of those concepts that’s wide open for some amazingly twisted conversion fodder and goddamn does this one land. Evoking the old school Plague Tower with its leering visage, and some vaudevillian ghoulishness with the puppet coachman and the exquisitely free-handed posters peeling from the side, it’s hard not to gush at how creepily gorgeous the entire piece is.
— ＹM (@orkdajump) August 29, 2023
Taking a break from clownin’ around, we’ve got this seriously cool Marine terminator who evokes some serious Rogue Trader vibes from but a few simple conversions. The Cigar chomping Esher head, the extra banding and rivets added to the armour and the converted Assault Cannon make this one veteran who you know is gonna kick your ass.
The Great Devourer descends once more in the 41st millennium, with the brand new Tyranid Codex and a big wave of new bugs ready to sweep across your gaming tables. We also have some more down to earth reviews, with a look at Victrix’s Late Saxons/Anglo Danes kit and the Elegoo Mars 4 Ultra resin printer, and one very not grounded review of the long awaited Armored Core 6.
All your weekly 40k and AoS coverage as we start rocking back and forth praying for balance sheets to drop. We’ve also got Hammer of Math proving the existence of Elf Bullshit numerically, Jack Harpster talking Grey Knights and the next few instalments of our 40k Faction Focuses.
40k 10th Edition- Competitive Faction Focuses
Painting and Modelling
Hobby 101 talks palettes, all their varieties and the best practices to slopping paint all over ’em.
The Fluff Corner
Lore Explainer looks at the real and fictional history of War Zone: Octarius, the massive mashup between Orks and Tyranids that sets the scenes for the main story beat of 10th edition.
Other Cool Stuff
The Badcast comes at us live from Nova 2023, bringing you all the best in audience questions, 30k slander and very good dogs.
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