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
- Steve Brice’s Necro table and Ogryns
@hobby.dad via Instagram
Necro and Inq28 player Steve Brice has some amazing models and he’s showing off a recent game with them that looks amazing.
- Chris Buxey makes a revolving, light-up Lamenters rotocannon
@chris_buxey via Twitter
Look I’ll always feature Lamenters models on here – I know what a pain in the ass that paint scheme is. But this is one step above that, with a light-up gun featuring a rotating set of barrels. The whole thing whips ass.
- Quinn’s amazing forest knight
u/_Quinn via r/Warhammer40k
This is a really cool Chaos knight conversion that isn’t covered in gross tentacles or skulls and blood.
- A Review of Every Horus Heresy Novel in 20 minutes
Arbitor Ian via YouTube
If you’ve ever wanted to know which books in the HH series were worth your time but found the idea of jumping into a 40-book series daunting, Ian’s got you covered. While he’s a bit too forgiving of some books I thought were not that great, on the whole he hits the right notes for almost all of them and provides a great overview here.
- The Craven King
@steves_paint_brush via Instagram
This is an incredible piece of Blanchitsu work that looks creepy and amazing.
- Richard Stratton’s Heretek Tech Priest
@R_Stratton_ via Twitter
Richard’s done a wonderful job with this heretekal conversion, combining Necron bits with an admech tech priest and some very nice OSL and green stuff work.
- Synessa, the Voice of Slaanesh with a cosmic paint scheme
u/deadlydeceiver via r/ageofsigmar
It’s about time we started seeing some amazing paint schemes for the new Slaanesh avatars. This is an incredibly sick scheme that gives us a glimpse into the cosmos through the voice’s wings.
- CerxiS’ Alpha Legion Obliterator
OK normally I’m sick of Alpha Legion transformation paint jobs but I make an exception for ones that do incredibly cool kitbash work like this one, which shows the transformation from Centurion to Obliterator.
- Jon Barrett’s Victrix Saxon
@jonbarrett67 via Instagram
This is just an incredibly crisp, clean paint job on a nicely detailed model. I could look at it all day long.
- Lasse Toft’s Bad Moons Dred/Moonwalker
@loften via Instagram
This is a wonderful conversion and an amazingly clever way to use the Necron Doom Scythe in an Ork conversion.
- Atum, Finisher of Worlds
@VoiceofKosh via Twitter
This Daemon Prince conversion is great, not just because it’s well painted but also because of its adorably tiny wings that started as a joke.
The Week on Goonhammer
This was a monster week if you’re an AoS fan. You have have noticed we’re covering AoS more – we’ve built out a team of AoS players just to up our coverage game.
- Age of Sigmar 3.0 FAQs
By Various Authors
Games Workshop dropped a ton of new FAQs for AoS last week and we covered every one of them and what they mean for you in the game. You can find all of them on our Age of Sigmar 3rd edition page.
- Competitive Innovations in 9th: Rumblings Down Under
By James “One_Wing” Grover
With US events taking a breather we return to Australia to see how admech are shaping the meta down under.
- Bullet Heaven – A Turn Order Review of Bullet♥︎
By Andrew “Kenji” Smith
Andrew reviews the shoot-em-up puzzle action board game, with some advice on how to first learn it.
- There’s something in those Trees: Fangorn in Middle Earth Strategy Battle Game
We continue our bi-weekly coverage of MESBG by talking about the treemen of Fangorn Forest.
- An Interview with Mantic’s Rob Burman About the Fight for the Rift Global Campaign for Kings of War
By Cytoplasm and Urr112
We sat down to interview Mantic’s Rob Burman about the new global campaign coming for Kings of War and cover the backstory and what players can expect from the event.
- A Song Of Ice And Fire: Initiative And Alternating Activations
Thanqol talks about Initiative and Alternating Activations in the ASOIAF miniatures game and how to make the most of them.
- Commander Focus: Chandra’s Rage
By Phillip B York
Phillip presents a deck built around Chandra, with a history lesson on Sligh and Red Deck Wins and how they fit into Commander.
- Catching Snowflakes: Pan Oceania
Catching Snowflakes returns and we talk about the only non-sectorial we’ll be covering in the series.
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.