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
- The Mesmerizing Mirror
@Slaanice via Twitter
This is one of the most amazing, terrifying things I’ve seen in the hobby. Just wonderfully disturbing work.
- This Inq 28 Thing
@Hive_ex via Instagram
“I don’t know what this is, but it’s rad as hell,” is basically par for the course when it comes to INQ 28 stuff.
- David’s amazing Teclis
Based on how great this is we can absolutely sympathize with David’s being upset that it now costs 80 points more to field. Wonderful stuff.
- Michael’s Kragnos
@TheNerdyMarine via Twitter
Kragnos makes a great centerpiece model and this is a fine paint job. I really like the weathering/colors on the metal bits.
- Innes’ Be’lakor
@InnesAWilson via Twitter
Innes has done a wonderful job with his Be’lakor and you can rest assured that if he ends up being remotely fieldable in competitive 40k this thing is gonna see play.
- The Flying Monkeys Podcast
The Flying Monkeys podcast has thoughtful discussions around competitive play. In this week’s episode they talk about the new Adeptus Mechanicus Codex and the impact it’ll have.
- Converting a MacFarlane Marine into a Chaos Marine
Blinded by Daylight via YouTube
In what is truly one of the most impressive hobby projects I’ve ever watched, BBD painstakingly converts a primaris marine figure into a stunning chaos space marine.
@VoiceOfKosh via Twitter
Give crab. Want to end up on CWL? Paint crab.
- Adepta Sororitas Cavalry
u/greengoblinstudio via r/sistersofbattle
The Adepta Sororitas don’t have any mounted units but this made me really want some. These look fantastic.
- Warhammer 40k Dice Probability, Part 2
Daniel Brewster via YouTube
In this video Daniel covers charges, probability, and dice variance with some helpful visualizations for how the math shakes out.
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 Coverage
By Various Authors
With Dominion coming out we’ve been going into detail reviewing everything about the new edition, how it works, and how it affects you. You can catch up on everything we’ve done by checking out our Age of Sigmar 3.0 Page, which also has a link on that bar on the right-hand side of the page.
- Competitive Innovations in 9th
By James “One_Wing” Grover
Wings is back this week, talking about the last hurrah of the old Drukhari meta before Admech and the FAQs shake things up.
- Rainbow Connection – A Turn Order Review of Red Rising
By Andrew “Kenji” Smith
Kenji reviews his current favorite boardgame, Red Rising.
- Mass Effect 2 Legendary Edition: The Dirty Dozen, for the Dozenth Time
By Jon Bernhardt
Bernhardt continues his review of Mass Effect Legendary Edition looking at the best game in the series and its lasting impacts on RPGs.
- The Infinity June 2021 FAQ Hot Take
A big FAQ update for Infinity dropped this week and we went through it and analyzed just what it means for players.
- Commander Focus – Zabaz, or: LA+R+BO+DU RO+MO+S
By Phillip B York
We’re back on deckbuilding this week, as Phillip takes on the task of building around Zabaz, one of the new commanders from Modern Horizons 2.
- Marvel Crisis Protocol Affiliation Spotlight: Spider-Foes
Head58 closes the book on our Marvel Crisis Protocol Affiliation spotlight series talking about the Amazing Foes of Spider-Man.
- Warlord Wednesdays – Fostering the next generation of Princeps Senioris
by the Warlord Wednesdays crew
We answer a reader question about getting started with a couple of boxed sets and how to build from nothing.
- Necromunday: House of Faith Review
By Dan Boyd and Fowler
We review the newest House of book for Necromunda and it’s the best one yet.
- Hammer of Math: Killing Drukhari Raiders (Reader Edition)
by “Primaris” Kevin Genson
This week Kevin looks at reader requests for Raider-killing math.
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.