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
Ho-lee-damn, there’s OTT that looks messy and OTT like this that perfectly suits the mood of Warhams. Hard to keep track of the sheer amount of kits in just this one weirdo, fantastic work.
— dumb robot stuff (@DumbRobotStuff) November 12, 2022
Gotta love Adeptus Mechanicus players who toss all sense out the window and see how many wonderfully unique weirdos they can squeeze out of furious kitbashing. Particular love to the potbelly Imperial Knight and Chainsaw Man-iple here.
Since the Land Fortress kit dropped we’ve been excited to see what contraptions people come out with using the landtrain as a base. This scruffier, junkier Ironhead variant kicks so much ass, particularly with the cargo haphazardly strapped to the hull.
I can’t believe Game$ Work$hop is screwing us, this is unforgivable, retributable even!
This Week on Goonhammer
40k: Codex World Eaters and World Eaters Miniatures reviews– It’s time to dust off your Chainaxes and practice your best KILL MAIM BURN warble as the World Eaters legion finally receives the stand-alone treatment their Nurglite and Tzeentchian cousins got. We look at their new, slimline Codex and the slew of brand new miniatures that fill their ranks.
40k: Arks of Omen Part 2: Angron Review– The second chapter of the Arcs of Omen saga has arrived, with the Imperium’s new superweapon drawing the ire of the Red Angel himself. We crack open this tome looking at both the Lore and the advanced rules for Boarding Actions.
MtG: Phyrexia: All Will Be One Set Review- The hour of compleation draws nigh as our planeswalkers take a look at the Monocolour and Colourless cards in the All Will Be One set.
Army Case: A-Case Carrier Backpack Review– Fresh off releasing the massive Kane backpack, Army Case is back with a smaller pack more suitable for elite armies and skirmish games. But how does it stack up?
Turn Order: Battlecrest Review– Speaking of portability, Turn Order’s Marcy takes a look at Buttonshy’s Battlecrest, a card game that can be played right out of your pocket.
Competitive Innovations in 40k: Nephilim is LVOver– We can finally yeet our (totally existent) Nephilim books into the aether, Arks of Omen is here and kickstarted with a bang at the Las Vegas Open last weekend. We take a look at LVO and several other events heralding the arrival of utter chaos.
40k: LVO 2023 Meta Analysis (Aftermath)– Curie gazes into the swirling maelstrom that is the LVO results and the massive shakeups to the Meta with all the big changes AoO brought to bring us a breakdown of just how things have changed.
40k: Arks of Omen Death Guard Faction Focus– The loss of Armour of Contempt and massive points changes herald an uncertain era for Mortarian’s Chosen, but is it all doom and gloom?
Competitive Innovations in AoS: Las Vegas Open– The Dark Millennium wasn’t the only setting invading Vegas last weekend, with the Mortal Realms having their own fun while in town, particularly Beastman shaped fun.
Hammer of Math Kill Team: Intercession Squad Bolt Weapons– Primaris Kevin swings the hammer of math back towards Kill Team this week, looking at Primaris Intercession Squads and their mainstay weapons.
Other Cool Stuff
Goonhammer Reads Science Fiction: Back to the 50’s– The Goonhammer reading club travels back to the era of stuffing everything into gelatine to take a look at the era’s foundational and off-kilter Sci-Fi, and some of the biggest names in the genre.
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