Content We Liked: 4th 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

We love a base that has had as much, if not more effort put into it than the model it’s holding up and this one has it all. UV Resin pours! Mixed media! Like three different kinds of fake plants! A Linkin Park backing track! Gotta love it.


Honestly surprises us that we don’t see more Sylvaneth kits used as the basis for Exodite conversions. I mean don’t get us wrong, dino-riding Elves are cool as hell, but why not throw some spirit-stone possessed trees in there, or some giant bug riding Jetbikers? These Kurnoth Hunters-turned Wraithguard certainly make a fantastic case for the former.


Speaking of cross-game conversions, y’gotta love how the Nighthaunt range keeps on being the basis for some of the coolest, creepiest Mechanicus weirdos. Like these incredibly unnerving proxy Flamers, a match forged in the deepest Hellforge.


“Expert (x) Reacts!” videos are a dime a dozen on Youtube but we wanted to highlight this one not just because it’s Warhams related, but because it’s just a damn good piece of edutainment, with armour expert Toby putting some real solid analysis into the various armours of 40k and Fantasy.


This Week on Goonhammer

Warhammer 40k: 10th Edition Coverage

After what feels like a longest half a year in history Leviathan is finally baring down upon us and with it, the 10th edition of 40k. We’re kicking off our coverage here on Goonhammer with a deep dive into the newly revamped rules, a look into the brand new Leviathan box set and an exclusive interview with 40k Studio Manager Stu Black, as well as much much more over the next few weeks.

Goonhammer Reviews Warhammer 40,000 10th Edition – Part 1: The Core Rules

Goonhammer Interviews Warhammer 40,000 Studio Manager Stu Black About 10th Edition


Goonhammer Reviews6

It’s not all Leviathan all the time here at the Goonhammer Offices however, as we have a bevy of new games and accessory reviews for you this week, from Star Wars: Shatterpoint to new Historicals to… coasters. Yup, coasters.

Star Wars Shatterpoint: The Goonhammer Review

The Goonhammer Review: Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun

Battlegroup: a Goonhammer Historicals review

Arrakis: Dawn of the Fremen Empowers Players to Change the Rules

Gray Matter Gaming Mats & Neoprene Objectives Review

Gray Matter Gaming Magnetic Movement Trays Review

Warhammer Underworlds: A New Two Player Starter Set Review

Product Review: Warhammer Coasters


Competitive Play

Its the Dawn of the Final Day for 9th edition 40k coverage, meanwhile the Mortal Realms sees some interesting new brews bubbling to the top and our Blood Bowl coaches grumble at the new FAQ

Competitive Innovations in 9th: Edge of Tomorrow pt.1

Competitive Innovations in 9th: Edge of Tomorrow pt.2

Competitive Innovations in the Mortal Realms: Wait, you guys are running screens?

Blood Bowl – May 2023 FAQ Hot Take


Other Cool Stuff!

Its competition season on Goonhammer as we have a bunch of exciting prizes up for grabs. First we have our End of Edition Painting Competition for 40k, where you can win cool hobby stuff from The Army Painter just for completing something from 9th before 10th drops. We’ve also got a bunch of beta keys for the new Rogue Trader isometric RPG from Owlcat to give away to anyone who signs up to our brand new newsletter, so go check it out!

Warhammer 40,000: End of the Edition Painting Challenge

Rogue Trader Beta Key Giveaway

Have any questions or feedback? Drop us a note in the comments below or email us at contact@goonhammer.comAnd join us next week for a bumper sized Leviathan Special edition of Content We Liked!