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
- Syndicate of Strix
@underhiver via Twitter
Underhiver has created a wonderful group of converted gangers for their Van Saar gang and the end result looks like a Marvel movie poster.
- A weird altar to a primal god
@pegastyx via Twitter
Honestly I could populate an entire weekly CWL column with just the cool shit pegastyx comes up with. This thing rips.
- I choose you, Blastoisquig!
@CrystalMcDoll via TwitterThis squig conversion is a lot of fun and really well done.
- Gonders’ New-Headed Guardsmen
@Gonders via Twitter
The new Cadian heads are a massive upgrade on a kit that very much needed them and it’s cool to see painters taking advantage of the new kit.
- Torgilius and Gorslav
@Archon_Moonson via Twitter
The Cursed City models are so full of character and it’s great to see them painted with sweet OSL effects.
- Simon Elsen’s Warmaster
@TheSimonElsen via Twitter
The Warmaster Titan is an amazing and intimidating model and this is an awesome paint job. Great stuff.
- A cool Necron army
@spaceork via Twitter
This is an impressive army of Necrons. I love the bright neon green weapons. Real “early 90s LEGO Space BLACKTRON” vibes.
- A diorama of Cloud meeting Aerith in FF7
@Painted_Squid via Twitter
This is a really cool diorama that perfectly captures the moment from our childhood before shit got real dark and we started breeding and racing chocobos for profit
- A Pirate Raccoon
@ICantThinkEm via Twitter
Possibly the best kind of pirate. Hand over your trash, mateys.
- Doc Ock is ready for battle
@Alcpwnd via Twitter
I don’t get to showcase enough cool Marvel Crisis Protocol minis here and I’m working to fix that with this cool Otto Octavius model.
- An undead megagargant
@Kitbashermagos via Twitter
This thing is huge, gross, and terrifying. Mission accomplished.
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.
- Magic the Gathering: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms
By Various Authors
Phillip B York and FromTheShire lead a multi-part review of Magic’s new Dungeons & Dragons expansion, from the mechanics to the cards.
- Competitive Innovations in 9th: Skitarii Super Sunday
By James “One_Wing” Grover
Admech continue to ravage the landscape, and Wings looks at a wide swath of tournaments with predictable results.
- Competitive Innovations Editorial: What GW Should Do About the Adeptus Mechanicus
By James “One_Wing” Grover and Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones
We talk about the recent admech dominance and what should be done about it.
- Faction Focus: Fyreslayers
In our first AoS 3.0 Faction Focus, we look at Fyreslayers – how they’ve changed, and how to play them.
- New Roads Begin
By Various Authors
With tournaments in full swing and authors vaccinated, we’re preparing our minds, bodies, and armies for upcoming events. Follow along as we start new journals about the journeys.
- War Zone Charadon: The Book of Fire Review – The Narrative Play Rules
By Greg Chiasson, Condit, Beanith, and TheChirurgeon
We take a deep look at the narrative rules in the Book of Fire, including rules for giving your opponent’s warlord a battle scar.
- 40k Battle Report: A Fell Tide
By Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones and Condit
We played the recently published A Fell Tide mission from White Dwarf 466 and wrote up a report about it.
- Catching Snowflakes: Qapu Khalpi
Catching Snowflakes turns its eye to the warriors of the Qapu Khalpi.
- Hammer of Math: The Book of Fire
By “Primaris” Kevin Genson
Kevin looks at the math behind some of the Imperial rules in the new Book of Fire campaign book.
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.