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
This new mathammer web app calculates average results of one unit attacking another but also allows you to save profiles, apply modifiers to rolls, add effects like Blast and Tesla, and it’s completely free. Great stuff.
- Some insane painting work from nohara_painter
@nohara_painter via Twitter
I swear Japanese hobbyists are on a different level. The Celestine here is insanely good.
- A Primaris Lieutenant having a bad day
@MamikonPaints via Twitter
I’m here for every one of these dead or dying Primaris jerks being crushed underfoot. #chaos
- Ivan K’s Ultramarine
@ivan_tashun via Twitter
Ivan does some very cool work painting up an Ultramarine without using precise edge highlighting and layering, only using drybrushing, washing, and stippling.
- Sprueless’ Test Sister
@Sprueless via Twitter
If this is how the whole army will look, I think you’ll be just fine. Particularly love the robes.
- Lego Ultramarines Captain
SweaterKetchup via r/Warhammer40k
A cool build that combines two of my favorite hobbies. If you wanted a way to make 40k more expensive, this is it.
- JourneytotheWarp’s amazing Silver Templars
@journeytothewa1 via Twitter
I love seeing homebrew and rare successor chapters painted to this standard and these Silver Templars are just really lovely. Great kitbashing work too.
- The 40kToday Podcast
40kToday is a great daily podcast that covers all kinds of topics in the hobby, from competitive play to painting and modeling to narrative play. Check out the Friday, July 10 episode when I was on talking about Crusade.
The Week on Goonhammer
Tons of 9th edition content this week, plus our regular great columns.
9th Edition Content
A ton of stuff dropped about 9th edition, leading to our biggest week of ALL TIME.
Regular Great Stuff
Don’t sleep on any of this great content, either.
- Age of Sigmar: The 2020 General’s Handbook – The Points Review
By RagnarokAngel, Silks, SRM, and Ellarr
The 2020 General’s Handbook is out and we’re talking about all of the cool stuff in it and how it changes the game, starting with a review of the new points.
- Undaunted: Normandy Review
By Raf Cordero
In this week’s Boardhammer, Raf looked at a game with a fresh take on a well-trod war.
- Hammer of Math: Weapon Changes in 9th Edition
By Primaris Kevin Genson
Kevin looks at how the new 9th edition rules for the weapons changes some of the math and values around how they’ll perform in a game.
- Necromunday: The Wyrd and the Wonderful
By Merton and Dan Boyd
The Necro boys look at Wyrd powers and adding unlicensed psykers to your gang.
- Battle Bros IX: The Rise of the Bros
By Head58 and PantsOptional
This brothers are back on their bullshit playing 40k after a couple of weeks away, and just in time for 9th edition and the new rules to give them some new things to talk about.
- Getting Started: Cities of Sigmar
A wonderful look at how to get started with one of the most complicated factions in Age of Sigmar.
- Bioshock Infinite Revisited: A Triple-A Studio “Game as Art” Seven Years Later
By Jonathan Bernhardt
Bernhardt talks about Bioshock Infinite, its politics, its story, and the lasting effects it had on games and the discussion around games as art.
- Battlefleet Gothic: The Best Tabletop Game GW Ever Made
By the Various Authors
In the first of a multi-part series, Boon leads a few Goonhammer authors talking about one of their favorite games, the space fleet game Battlefleet Gothic.
- How to Paint Everything
By the Various Authors
We covered some wonderful topics this week, from masking and stencil techniques to new models.
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 email@example.com if you have any feedback or questions.