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
- The Trailer for Exodite
Lost Legion via YouTube
Exodite is an upcoming fan film featuring what looks to be fifth sphere expansion T’au taking on the Eldar and it looks cool as hell.
- Gabriel Thorn’s Sergeant Jovan
@gabeofthorns via Instagram
Sergeant Jovan here has had a long day. Great work on this one, love the weathering on the greaves.
- Dan’s Space Wolf Bladeguard Veterans
@sheriffonothing via Instagram
One of the coolest things about the new Bladeguard Veterans is seeing all of the conversion work people have been doing to make them fit into other chapters. Dan’s conversions here using 30k bits are really great.
- NOVA Open’s Summer Raffles
NOVA Open Foundation
We were deeply saddened (but in complete understanding) when NOVA was canceled this year. However that doesn’t mean it’s all cancelled – now through September 6th you can buy tickets to their raffle for a chance to win wonderfully painted miniatures from artists around the world.
- Jason’s Death Scars
@Waaagh_Ghazkill via Instagram
Jason’s done some great work here on his White Scars successors chapter.
- Matt G’s White Scars Bladeguard Veterans
@Storm_of_Chogoris via Instagram
Another sweet BGV conversion. Matt has done an incredible job matching his to the White Scars aesthetic with replacement shields and topknots.
- Spored to be Wild
@Sughammer via Twitter
Louis Sugden is at it again, this time painting an old Goff Rocker model with an incredibly rad 80s paintjob.
- Crimson Fists Bladeguard Veteran
@astartacus via Instagram
There’s less conversion work on this BGV than some of the others, but it’s a fine paintjob with a very cool shield and the color scheme is very sharp.
- Fred the Skorpekh Destroyer
@_Nerd_Princess_ via Twitter
Fred is a wonderfully gross Skorpekh Destroyer that is in the process of being corrupted/corroded by Nurgle and I am extremely here for it.
The Week on Goonhammer
Tons of 9th edition content this week, plus our regular great columns.
9th Edition Content
We continue to cover 9th edition, with all the in-depth knowledge y’all CRAVE.
- Vanguard Tactics Grand Series: A Model for the Future?
- Competitive Innovations in 9th: A look at the developing meta
- Space Wolves Lessons from the Front
Regular Great Stuff
Don’t sleep on any of this great content, either.
- Start Competing: Kharadron Overlords
Ellarr is back this week to talk about the Kharadron Overlords in Age of Sigmar – how they stack up and how to play them.
- Carrion, or How a Secret Government Facility Earns a Michelin Star
By Jonathan Bernhardt
Bernhardt takes a look at Phobia Game Studio’s new horror game where you play as the horrible monster eating everything.
- How to Paint Everything: Astraeus Super Heavy Tank
Various Goonhammer authors who clearly cannot be trusted to make sound financial decisions talk about the process of painting their Astraeus tanks.
- Boardhammer: Smartphone, Inc.
by Needs of the One
In this week’s board game review, we looked at Smartphone, Inc., where players helm companies in a bid to become the most successful tech innovators of our era. Also includes solo play.
- Hammer of Math: Gravis Armor
By Primaris Kevin Genson
Kevin looks at the math behind the new Eradicators unit, and how deadly they can be when they start firing twice at half range.
- Necromunday: Upgrading Campaign Gangs
By Ghengis Cohen
New Necromunday author Ghengis Coehn talks about upgrading your campaign gang over time to create the squad you want.
- Titanicus Content
By the Warlord Wednesdays Crew
With the Defense of Ryza coming out, we had a double does of Titanicus Content this week:
- Building a Commander Deck
By B. Phillip York
York takes a look at how to build decks for Commander, from identifying your win condition (and the philosophy behind choosing one) to choosing your tools for achieving victory.
- Hobby Projects: Roman Era Settlements
By Edwin “Lupe” Moriarty
In this week’s Historicals article, Edwin takes a look at how to build Roman era settlements, with various options for buying and constructing your own.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any feedback or questions.