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.
On the Internet at Large
- BE’LAKOR ARRIVES
This is a wonderfully atmospheric paint job – I love the red OSL at play here.
- Nathaniel’s Jumpy Kroot Unit
@Natman1982 via Twitter
This is a cool conversion idea for a Kroot squad and you do not see enough Kroot these days.
- A wonderful scratch-built house
@Pandemonium_miniatures via Instagram
Scratch-built terrain rules and this Tudor-style inn is just lovely.
- Lars Sammet’s Zona Alfa squad
@larsonicminiatures via Instgram
This is a great-looking squad with a cool OSL effect on the flare.
- Emma’s Lolipop Laser Lizard
@dicendemons via Twitter
This Bastiladon is coming along very nicely and the shell is just stunning.
- Kill Team Laser Tag Arena
u/zcrogers via r/killteam
Boy this takes me back. It’s a neat idea and perfectly executed. Ironically, it also makes for a pretty great kill team board.
- An insane (and apparently no context) kitbash
@BaharrothP via Twitter
I have no idea what this mechanicum-looking monstrosity is going to be but it’s absolutely awe-inspiring at the moment. Just incredible stuff.
- Cloyd’s Triumph of St. Katherine Base
It may just be the base, but this looks fantastic and I’m excited to follow Cloyd’s Triumph as they finish it.
- Damien Pedley’s Cerberus Lord Discordant
@damienpedley via Instagram
This is an amazing conversion mashup of the Lord Discordant, a Maulerfiend, and the Khorne Juggernaut to create something unique and awesome.
- Nicholas’ Cosmic Horror Necrons
@ntregidgo via Twitter
These are some wonderfully different Necrons that evoke Lovecraftian horror elements and, to me, the aesthetics of Eternal Darkness. Great stuff.
The Week on Goonhammer
Another big week, chock full of great content for every game we cover.
- Competitive Innovations in 9th: Gladiator Gaming and C. O. A. C. H Team Events
By James “One_Wing” Grover
This week Wings looked at another pair of team events and the dynamics that change top lists for them.
- Getting Started: Dark Eldar/Drukhari
By Liam “Corrode” Royle and Condit
We took a look at how to get started with a Drukhari army and what to buy if you’re jumping in fresh with the new book.
- Lore Review: Broken Realms: Be’lakor
Alice took a deep dive into the lore of the new book.
- Battle Bros: Season Two, Chapter V: Regrets, We’ve Had a Few
By PantsOptional and Head58
The Battle Bros continue their ongoing struggles with new armies and new opponents.
- White Dwarf 463 Review – Flashpoints: Charadon Phase 4 Review (the Tri-Forge Cluster)
By Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones and Beanith
We reviewed the new Charadon Flashpoints content in White Dwarf 463
- Marvel Crisis Protocol Affiliation Spotlight: Wakanda
This week’s Crisis Protocol Affiliation spotlight looked at the forces of Wakanda.
- Infinity Fundamentals, Part III: Playing in a Competitive Way
By Genghis Cohen
In this third entry into our Infinity Fundamentls series, Genghis Cohen talks about playing competitively and changing how you think during the game.
- Warlord Wednesdays: Legion Focus – Legio Metalica
by the Warlord Wednesdays crew
The crew is back this week, talking about Legio Metalica.
- A Review of Magic: The Gathering’s Strixhaven Expansion, Part 4 of 4: Commander 2021
by Phillip B York and FromTheShire
We wrapped up our review of Strixhaven by looking at the Commander 2021 decks and the unique cards for them.
- Necromunday: White Dwarf 463 Review – Hangers-On Scenarios
By Dan Boyd
We reviewed the new Hangers-on scenarios in White Dwarf 463.
- Hammer of Math: When to Scythe and When to Cleave
by “Primaris” Kevin Genson
This week Kevin looked at the math behind scything and cleaving with Death Guard, and when you’ll want to do one or the other.
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 email@example.com if you have any feedback or questions.