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 instalment with something simple, clean and crisp. You could mistake this fantastic Sternguard Veteran for one of ‘Eavy Metal’s own, it looks straight out of the Codex in all the best ways. Absolutely Guilliman approved.
And then at the complete opposite end of the scale… damn. A strikingly gory spectacle, managing to look regal and horrific in equal measure, feminine without slapping a pair of robo-tiddies on her. Nightmarish in the best ways.
Now this is shiny and chrome! Or at least rusty and ded spikey. A classic conversion idea brought to life spectacularly with a modern paintjob and seamless conversion work.
Keeping up the Ork-y energy, another really cool conversion that really shows off the power of perspective when it comes to modelling. From the angle of the average gaming table this Warchanter is really gonna stand out from such a simple but effective piece of remodelling.
By the Emperor what the hell is that. It’s wonderful don’t get us wrong, a quintessentially Blanchitsu figure but damn, we’d be watching it from the corner of our eye at all times. Disgustingly cool.
This Week on Goonhammer
A study in contrasts this week as we have mini reviews for both the massive Knight Lancer for Warhammer 40 and Horus Heresy, and then some 1:144th scale Soviets to ura around its feet. We’ve also got reviews of Bandura Wargames’ terrain area mats Restoration Games’ Thunder Road: Vendetta.
All your weekly competitive coverage and more. This week we kick off the start of our 40k 10th ed Faction Focuses with Necrons and Custodes, Hammer of Math explores Primary Scoring statistics, Necromunday covers the Ironhead Squats while Unstable Mutation perfects the LotR Elven Commander precon.
Painting and Modelling
Hobby 101 continues with a look at Basing, while McBill shows us how to paint the infamous General Grievous for Shatterpoint.
The Fluff Corner
The Warhammer Literary Appreciators discuss a cheery topic: the post apocalypse! Speaking of planetary cataclysms, Lore Explainer explores 40k’s Warzone Valedor and it’s unlikely saviours.
Other Cool Stuff
We interview absolute legend and certified cool dude Ben Williams, Warhound titan pilot extraordinaire, while MEATWATCH returns with an ode to British meats, dodgy pub blokes and the uncertainties of life.
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