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
- Pug for the Pug God
u/jesusisherelookbusy via Reddit
I absolutely love this stupid, amazing boy. So good.
- Kalani’s amazing marine conversions
@DarthKalani via Twitter
There are four awesome conversions here but I’m really just here for the Ultramarines samurai robot
- Richard Gray’s outstanding Plaguespitter marine
@daemonrich via Twitter
Richard has done a fantastic job on this model, with an aesthetic that you don’t see all that often. It looks almost like an oil painting of a model at a glance. Just wonderful and grimy in the best ways.
- A menacing Corpse grinder
u/Flameon_miniatures via Reddit
On the other hand we have this incredibly clean, bright corpse grinder, ready to murder you with a handsaw on a rope. Great stuff.
- Oscar’s Sigmarite Banner
@Oscar28120786 via Twitter
Amazing use of color on this banner bearer, and the rainbow shimmers of the banner itself are really neat.
- A Valhallan Kitbash using the new Death Korps models
u/pete_the_war_gamer via Reddit
Pete shows us how to do a simple kitbash of the new kill team models into an outstanding Valhallan, then gives is a great paint job to finish things off. Great work.
- The Stealthiest Suits
u/Yetiwithmachete via Reddit
I’m a sucker for comedy stealth models and these are pretty great. No perfidious Tau here, no sir.
- A Hinged and Magnetized Predator Turret
u/Yota_Mota via Reddit
This is the first time I’ve seen someone actually make a fully functional turret hatch where you can push the marine down when the hatch closes. Really cool stuff.
- Codex Tyranids Cross-Stitch
@VarcanCluster via Twitter
Apparently a gift many years ago from their mum, this stitched hive tyrant from the 2nd edition codex cover is really cool.
- Kitbashed Krootox Riders
u/Humaniak via Reddit
Some grotesque but cool conversions of larger, more deadly Kroot.
This Week on Goonhammer
This week we updated some long-overdue start competing articles and talked about AoS factions.
- Kill Team 2.0 Review
by Various Authors
There’s a brand new Kill Team coming out and we’re reviewing every aspect of it.
- Kill Team 2.0: The Goonhammer Review
- Kill Team 2.0: Unboxing
- Spec Ops in Kill Team 2.0: The Narrative Play Review
- Kill Team 2.0: Octarius Review
- Kill Team Compendium Review, Part I: Rules Overview, Building Teams, and the Imperium
- Kill Team Compendium Review, Part 2: Chaos Teams
- Kill Team Compendium Review, Part 3: Xenos Teams and Final Thoughts
- Warhammer 40K Battlesector: The New Best WH40K Licensed Game?
by Jonathan Bernhardt
Bernhardt takes a crack at Battlesector from Black Lab Games, which may have dethroned Dawn of War as the best 40k game.
- Catching Snowflakes: Shasvastii Expeditionary Force
We finished off our Catching Snowflakes series talking about the Shasvastii and how to play them.
- John Lennon Talks About Playing Sisters of Battle with the New Codex
by John Lennon
Lennon stops in from the Art of War to talk about how to play Sisters of Battle and the list he brought to the Lone Star Open.
- Mental Magic: Lessons I’ve Learned About Managing Mental Health Over the Last 10 Years
by David Inglis
David looks back at his journey in competitive Magic and the lessons he’s learned about building teams and managing his mental health over that time period.
- Ruleshammer 40k: Thousand Sons
This week we covered some key questions and rules quandaries from the upcoming Codex: Thousand Sons.
- Competitive Innovations in 9th: Waaagh on the Horizon
by James “One Wing” Grover
Wings talks about the lists that did well and the impact Orks are making now that they’re starting to show up at events..
- How to Base Everything: Flying Stands
by Greg “Klobasnek” Narro
Greg stops in to tell his his method for basing flying stands using threaded rods to make screw-on flying bases.
- Necromunday: House of Shadows Review
By Merton and Genghis Cohen
We reviewed the brand new House of Shadows book, talking about all the sweet new tools for the Orlocks to play with.
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.