Content We Liked: 5/3/2020

The Week Ending May 2nd, 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

  • Sculpting for the Kids – Hedgee’s Heroes, Bad Doggies, and the Monster’s Spooks
    theCrowe via Dakkadakka
    Yeah we’re surprised to be posting a Dakka link here too but trust me it’s worth it. TheCrowe does some wonderful DIY work in this post sculpting beautiful custom minis based on his 8 year-old son’s story play.
  • Precinct XXII
    Facebook Group

    This group chronicles the games and wonderful hobby progress of the Precinct XXII Necromunda campaign.

  • Possibly_Nerdy_Rob’s Instagram
    Possibly_Nerdy_Rob via Instagram
    Rob’s done a ton of great work, with some wonderful Necromunda minis.
  • Wib’s Grot Conversions
    Wib Does Stuff via YouTube
    Wib’s hobby stuff is always great, but this week’s update features some incredibly rad grot conversions.
  • Ellywu23’s Ravenwing Apothecary
    Ellywu23 via r/theunforgiven
    This is a wonderful conversion that oozes character. The pose is great.
  • Andrej Talajic’s Lady Olynder
    @ulverbite via Twitter
    This is a fantastic model and Andrej absolutely crushes it with this paintjob. The tombstone base is spectacular.
  • Jacob Cave’s Katakros
    @JacobCave3 on YouTube
    Wonderful paint job and every time we look at it “This is Halloween” plays in our heads. The sick Manson cover.
  • Garviel Hates Mondays
    @WibDoesTweets via Twitter
    Damn you Wib, how’d you end up on here twice?
  • KrakenDoomCool’s Wolf Company Terrain
    @KrakenDoomCool via Twitter
    This is a wonderful piece and a great example of adapting AoS terrain into 40k.
  • Roy Gonzalez’s Ghazghkull
    elroy_101 via Instagram
    This is a fantastic paint job and it really makes the model stand out. It also solves the problem the GW studio model has where Ghaz’s head gets kind of lost by virtue of being too dark.
  • I Get By With Support From My Friends
    Warhammer Community
    Goonhammer’s Captain Raf wrote a piece for WarCom this week, talking about support in Warhammer Underworlds.

On Goonhammer

This week we had another host of new content for you to devour. Seriously, there’s a lot, we’re not quite sure what happened, this week got wild.

  • Start Competing Updates
    By James “One_Wing” Grover and Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones
    We updated two of our older Start Competing articles in need of updates this week: Genestealer Cults, taking into account the new rules from The Greater Good and Deathwatch, incorporating the new rules in White Dwarf 453.

  • Start Competing: Idoneth Deepkin
    By Alice “RagnarokAngel” Lirette and Silks
    We’re working on fleshing out our Start Competing series for Age of Sigmar and this week we added Idoneth Deepkin to the list.
  • Roundtable: The FAQ That Might Have Been ft. Richard Siegler
    By James “One_Wing” Grover, Liam “Corrode” Royle, Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones, and Richard Siegler
    With AdeptiCon canceled, there’s a good chance we’ll never see an April FAQ. We sit down with Art of Wark 40k’s Richard Siegler and talk about what it might have (should have) contained and where we see things going with the meta next.
  • Hammer of Math: Necromathda II
    By Kevin Genson
    Kevin delves further into the mathematical mysteries of the underhive, this time looking at weapons, perfect for anyone who wants to get in touch with their inner Van Saar and engage in some optimised blasting.
  • Boardhammer: Hellboy Core Set
    By Alfredo Ramirez
    Alfredo gives a full review of the Hellboy boardgame, how the store version varies from the Kickstarter version, talking about the minis,and how to get the most out of the game after you’ve played its missions.
  • Video Game Review: Inquisitor – Prophecy
    By Jonathan Bernhardt
    With Prophecy, Neocore has iterated and improved upon the core gameplay and story of Martyr and really created a game worth playing.
  • Warlord Wednesdays: Legio Solaria
    By Garrett Severson and Soggy
    Warlord Wednesdays was back on its standard legio focus this week, tackling Solaria.
  • Ruleshammer: Transports, Open-Topped, and Other Related Shenanigans
    By Rob “Vre’kais” Chilton
    Rob delves into the specifics of embarking, disembarking, and open-topped vehicles, and covers how transports affect auras and abilities.
  • Kill Team Tactics: Tyranids
    By Shane Watts, Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones and Andrew “Pendulin” Heywood
    This week we talked about Tyranids kill teams and how you can make the most out of your hive mind swarms on the smaller scale.
  • Battle Brothers: Chapter III
    By head58 and PantsOptional
    The journey of 40k discovery continues as we learn hard truths about whether people actually know what guns look like, and what cats think of Primaris Reivers.
  • Fabricator General: Tomb of the Unknown Swoldier
    By BuffaloChicken
    BC did a fantastic job making this custom piece of terrain for his Catachans and this week he walked us through how it was made.
  • The Narrative Forge: A History of Campaigns in the Mortal Realms
    By RagnarokAngel
    RA reviewed the various campaigns that have been staged in the Age of Sigmar since the game’s release, and talks about what elements of them might be good for running your own campaigns.
  • Legion Focus: Imperial Fists
    By LordTwisted
    Our Horus Heresy series continues, this week looking at the defenders of Terra, the Imperial Fists.
  • Aeronautica Imperialis Preview Hot Take
    By Thundercloud
    With a new rules preview for the Tau AX-10 Tigershark, Thundercloud has a new hot take, talking about the new flyer and where it fits in among the game’s current aircraft.

That’s all for this week, stay tuned to Goonhammer for more great articles in the next seven days, and give us a shout in the comments below or at if you have any feedback or questions.