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
Precinct 34 by JP Miniatures
@JP Miniatures via Twitter
I’m not a big Palatine Enforcers person but these are absolutely rad and make me want to know more about the story behind them.
This Rad Biker Rat
u/Wegak via Reddit
I don’t know about the borderlands style but this is a rad mini and a cool conversion. Looks great.
How do you solve a problem like the IMPERIUM? Taking 40k lore back from the far-right
Arbiter Ian via YouTube
Arbiter Ian takes a deep, thoughtful look at the imagery and philosophy of the Imperium, what they mean for the game, and how GW could better communicate and represent them in the lore.
An amazing Heresy-era Dark Angels Dreadnought
@1927822LE via Twitter
This is a really sweet dreadnought and the halberd conversion is just great.
This very blue Stormsurge
u/Azathoth_2020 via Reddit
This is a cool paint scheme for T’au that I haven’t seen before.
A Day of the Dead Wraithknight
u/Spaced_UK via Reddit
This might just be a WIP but holy shit this is an incredible mini with an insane amount of detail. Great stuff.
Mateusz’s Incredible Blood Angels Terminator
@red_gobbo via Instagram
This is a lovely mini with some some very, very smooth color transitions. Really sharp stuff.
This Week on Goonhammer
Goonhammer Reviews Total War: Warhammer III – Gunum sits down with a review copy of the game and talks about the capstone on an absolutely amazing series of Total War games.
Nachmund Faction Focuses – The first of the new-style of Competitive 40k seasons is underway and we’re gonna be running down some hot takes on each faction’s early outlook over the next couple of weeks.
Celestial Tome: Beasts of Chaos – White Dwarf 473 gives us new rules for beasts of chaos and they’re absolutely transformative for the faction.
Competitive Innovations: Tau Time – T’au make a bold statement in the 40k meta this week, helping shape what’s looking to be a very… interesting meta.
Kings of War Down Under: Clash of Kings 2022 – We’re covering the Clash of Kings event, talking about the games played and thoughts on the game itself.
Age of Sigmar: Going First or Second? – We talk about whether you want to go first or second in AoS, and how to make the right decision when it matters.
Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Set Review – We talk about the set’s monocolor cards and how they’ll play in Commander.
Bloc by Bloc Uprising – The Narrative Power of Protest – We review the upcoming Kickstarter game about taking back your neighborhood, one block at a time.
A Song of Ice and Fire 2022 Balance Update – We go through the new update and talk about what it means for every faction and how it affects the meta.
Campbell’s Ongoing Imperium Review: Week 1 – After a shipping delay-induced false start, Campbell is back on his weekly schedule for Imperium Magazine, reviewing the first issue this week.
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 email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any feedback or questions.