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
- An Aelf Hobby Contest
u/Madcap_Miguel via r/Lumineth_Realm_Lords
The Lumineths subreddit is running a hobby contest around painting Aelves with $60 GW gift cards on the line.
- No More Damselswebsite
If you missed our interview with co-founder Sarah Pipkin this week, it’s worth checking out NMD, who do wonderful work making our hobby more inclusive.
- Goblin Gaming’s Tabletop Resources Guide
Goblin Gaming is putting together a tabletop resources guide with some helpful links to other hobby sites.
- Mike’s Assassin
@Exokan via Instagram
I love shading on the leather catsuit on this assassin.
- You Might Need an Airbrush
Goobertown Hobbies via YouTube
This is a great introductory video that talks about painting techniques and when you need to use an airbrush vs when you should use a brush.
- An amazing Tomb Scythe
@daughterofkhaine via Instagram
This is a very cool Necron flyer with a unique scheme. Very striking.
- Strawberry nightmare beast of Nurgle
@pondmaiden via Twitter
This is nicely painted but horrifying. Great work!
- Women Who Play Warhammer 40k Competitively
Tanya – The Warmistress – Gates via YouTube
This episode of Be Nice Roll Dice covers women in competitive 40k spaces and how they approach the game.
- Warbringer’s Kommandos Konversions
@Warbringer11 via Twitter
The worst part about Kommandos is having to deal with Finecast models. It’s cool to see solid conversions of them in plastic.
- A King in Chexile
Andrew “Pendulin” Haywood
Pendulin had some free time last week, so he and a buddy sat down and jammed out this delightful roguelike.
The Week on Goonhammer
Lots of great content this week – let’s look back on some things you might have missed.
- March Madness with the Spiel des Jahres Winners
March Madness is here and we’ve created a bracket of some of the best board games of all time to compete in a similar head-to-head competition.
- Building More Inclusive Spaces – An Interview with Sarah Pipkin, Co-Founder of No More Damsels
By Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones
We sit down with NMD co-founder Sarah Pipkin, talk about the org, and how they’re doing wonderful work making more inclusive spaces in our hobby.
- Tactics Shaman: Skating the Skaventide
This week JoeK looks at Skaven, how they’ve evolved, and what their current competitive strategies look like.
- Magic: the Gathering
By Phillip York and Sean Matoon
This week we had a double dose of Magic content, talking about Conquest bans and Time Spiral Remastered.
- Loop Hero: A Boardgame-RPG Hybrid with an Excellent Gameplay… Flow
By Jonathan Bernhardt
This week Bernhardt looked at Loop Hero, a game that’s more like a board game than an RPG.
- Marvel Crisis Protocol: Affiliation Spotlight: Asgard
By Head58 and Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones
This week we looked at the gods and demigods of Asgard and the basics of building a team around them.
- The Horus Heresy Legion Overview: The White Scars
Our Legion Overview series continued with a look at the White Scars.
- Delightful City Building with a Touch of Vegas – Machi Koro – Turn Order
by Edwin “Lupe” Moriarty
This week we covered Machi Koro, a wonderful game that just got a reprint.
- Necromunday: Cults of the Underhive – Corpse Grinder Cults
By Dan Boyd and Genghis Cohen
We updated our initial look at the Corpse Grinder Cults with a more detailed look at the faction and how to keep things fun when playing them.
- Hammer of Math: Necron Changes in Kill Team
By “Primaris” Kevin Genson
This week we looked at the new Necron weapons rules in Kill Team and how they changed the math on killing things.
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.