Content We Liked: 9/22/2019

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The Week Ending September 21st, 2019

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:

  • Chris Peach’s Duardin Forge Works
    Wade Pryce via Twitter
    Chris made a sick piece of terrain on the WarhammerTV Twitch Stream and it’s worth a look for inspiration.
  • Azariah42’s Lizardmen T’au
    Azariah42 on Reddit
    A fun conversion kit-bashing Seraphon and Fire Warriors.
  • Mike South’s Goliath Conversion
    Mike South via Instagram

    Another sick conversion. I thought this was an Ork vehicle at first. There’s so much going on with it.

  • Lukapanache’s Sweet Minotaurs Lieutenant
    Lukapanache via Instagram
    Just a fantastic job painting and posting this model.
  • 40K Bacast: Bonus Episode – Novacast 2019
    Dan Boyd + SRM
    The boys are back in town, and they’re talking about Nova. And also new space marines. Every episode of the Badcast is a wonderful treasure.
  • Kwanchai Moriya Interview
    Ding and Dent Podcast
    Raf Cordero is the newest writer to join the Goonhammer team, and we’re crazy excited to have him on board. In addition to his killer Beastgrave review this week (see below), he’s also got a regular podcast over at Ding and Dent that we like. This week, Raf and co-host Charlie sit down for an interview with celebrated board game illustrator Kwanchai Moriya.
  • Coda’s Painting Stream
    Twitch
    Coda streams at weird hours owing to being in Australia, but it’s worth your time to stop in on his stream when you can.

On Goonhammer:

This week was absolutely stuffed with content. To the point where I’m definitely leaving stuff out in the list below. If there’s anything you missed, I’d recommend going back and reading it — it was all great stuff.

  • Space Marine Supplement Reviews
    by James “One_Wing” Grover, Jack “BenBooley” Hunter, and Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones
    Games Workshop is continuing their insane quest to release codexes for all of the First Founding chapters and this month we’ve got Raven Guard and Iron Hands. As always, our reviews go into crazy detail. Check them out below:
    Raven Guard Review
    Iron Hands Review
  • The Mountain is Open, and It’s Hungry – Beastgrave Review
    by Raf Cordero
    We’re crazy excited to have Raf on board, and his first article is this wonderful review of Warhammer Underworlds: Beastgrave, which may be the best boxed set for the game yet.
  • Start Competing: Chaos Knights Tactics
    by James “One_Wing” Grover and Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones
    Start Competing continues this week, with a look at Chaos Knights.
  • Getting Started with Age of Sigmar, Part 2: The Factions
    by RagnarokAngel
    Our Intro to AoS also continues this week, with an overview of the many factions in Age of Sigmar and why you might play each.
  • Kill Team Content
    by Thundercloud and Chucat
    We had two articles on Kill Team this week; one on general tactics and how to make the jump from 40k to KT, and one on running Adeptus Custodes Kill Teams.
    I’m Looking to Downsize: Moving from 40k to Kill Team
    Adeptus Custodes Kill Teams
  • The 2019 NOVA Narrative Event
    by Jonathan Bernhardt
    Not every event is a winner-take all, serious competitive affair. The NOVA Narrative campaign event is one of the most popular events at the convention, and if you’ve ever wondered what it’s about, Jon Bernhardt’s got the story for you.
  • The Narrative Forge: Playing With Your Bits
    by BuffaloChicken
    This week, BC looked at how to collect, store, and use bitz for conversions and kitbashes.
  • Hammer of Math: Understanding Probability and Re-Rolls
    by Kevin “Beer4theBeerGod” Genson
    In this week’s first installment of Hammer of Math, Kevin introduces us to the math behind re-rolls and modifiers, and when one is better than the other.

 

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