Content We Liked: December 11, 2022

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

This is peak Orkish performance, you may not like it but yer a git.

Finished my first Questoris Class this week! from 40kImperialKnights

A fantastically realised gothic take on an Imperial Knight, especially the suitably weird medieval manuscript freehanding.

An inspired scenic base for this Kharadron ship, plucking a scene straight out of the new Gotrek series.

Truly the universe trembles at the might at Necron Cronfectionary tech!

Proper heavy metal, an album cover brought to life if there ever was one \m/.

If those little unit boxes on a static grass mat don’t well up some sort of nostalgia in you then you gotta be lying. A wonderful take on a venerable tradition.

You will live to witness man made horrors beyond your comprehension. Like this for instance.


This Week on Goonhammer

Goonhammer Reviews

Middle Earth Strategy Battles: Battle for Osgiliath Box Review– GW’s been giving Middle Earth some love recently, with a brand new Starter Box set in the brutal skirmishes for the ruins of Osgiliath.

Horus Heresy: Plastic Whirlwind Scorpus Model Review– Behold our shortest review ever, it gud.

Kill Team: Critical Operations Card Set Review– Kill Team gets a surprise update to the mission generation rules with this brand new card set.

Novel Review: Witchbringer– The Black Library opens once more to bring us a tale of a Sanctioned Psyker and her regiment, battling against the creeping taint of a Chaos world.

Turn Order: Caesar’s Empire Review– Turn Order dives into antiquity with a look at this charming Asterix spin-off game of empire building.

Television Review: Andor– Bernhardt looks at the newest Star Wars streaming show Andor and the existential dread of what Disney might do to its next season.

Competitive Play

Competitive Innovations in 40k: Just as Planned- A busy week in the Grimdark future as the holidays loom ever closer, filled with Flamers and Votann and surprise lists oh my.

Competitive Innovations in AoS: They Think It’s All Ogor– A quiet week full of surprises, with two of the most unusual lists in the current meta squaring off for the top spot.

Hammer of Math 40k: Leman Russ Turret Mayhem– The humble Leman Russ saw a big glow-up in the newest Militarum codex, but are all big guns created equal?

Warcry: Building a Matched Play Warband– As Warcry 2nd edition settles in we take a look at the best practices and theory for building a competitively minded Warband of Chaos Weirdos & Friends.

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