Content We Liked: March 27, 2022

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

Draconian’s Teeny Tiny Itsy Bitsy Gollum
draconian_minipainting via Instagram

There’s miniature painting, and then there’s miniature painting. Never mind that painting so finely at such a tiny scale is a feat unto itself, but to have variations of skintone, bruises and dirt picked out is incredible. Wow.

Adam’s Crimson Keep of Kastelai Display Board
@mr_trunzo and @Adepticon_AoS via Twitter

Display boards are one of those areas of the hobby that lets people really flex their skills and Nagash’s teeth this is a flex on a grand scale, especially when you consider what it must have taken to lug it to Adepticon and assemble it back together. We can only assume this starts blaring when you’re in its presence.

Muffin-Cold’s Doktor Otto Orktavius
u/Muffin-Cold via reddit

POWER OF DA WAAAGH IN MY ‘ANDS SPOIDERGIT. You’ve always gotta love an Ork conversion that throws subtly out the window altogether and this is one of those in the best ways. Maulerfiend tentacles are one of those evergreen conversion pieces that everyone gets to have fun with.

meevesonline’s Feudal Imperial Guard “Chimera”
u/meevesonline via reddit

Got to hand it to Imperial Guard players, when some of them get a great concept they grab it and run with it all the way. This is delightfully goofy and anachronistic in a way that absolutely works, almost Blanchian in its mashup of Medieval grime and Sci-fi grit. Bold choice to use increasingly rare Bretonnian pieces for the footsloggers too.

skert.01’s 2nd Edition Skorpekh Lord
@skert.01 via Instagram

Speaking of mashing up the old and the new, we have this utterly wonderful Destroyer Lord converted to resemble the ol’ scowl bots of the earliest post-Chaos Android Necrons. Lotta love with this one, capturing that era’s hand-sculpted look while managing to seamlessly blend in the CAD precise lines of the Skorpekh’s base skeleton (heh) along with the simple, striking and era accurate paint.

Lightning Count’s Gundam Repair Bay
lightning_tx3 via Instagram

Gunpla modellers are on another level I swear, ascendant god-hobbyists on a different plane to the rest of us. Lets not just paint a mecha to a gorgeously high degree, lets build an entire loading bay for it, complete with multiple forms of light rigging and a whole engineering team plus all the industrial kit they’d need. Stunning.


This Week on Goonhammer:

Competitive Innovations in 9th Edition: Three Ursine Hypothesis– This edition’s Meta is about to get even sillier as Harlequins prance back into the scene in a big big way.

Goonhammer Review: 40k Tempest of War Cards– We look at the new Tempest of War card set and what it could mean for people looking for casual and pickup games of Matched 40k.

Bored Space Yacht Club: Getting Started with The UCM– Condit continues their coverage of Dropfleet: Commander with a look at the UCM and how to hit the ground running with starting the game as them.

Carnevale: Blood on the Water Review– Lupe looks at the newest expansion for Carnevalle, and what it might mean for the blood-stained canals of Venice.

Turn Order: Interview with Elli Amir– Mx Tiffany had the pleasure of interviewing Elli Amir, designer of Worldbreakers: Advent of the Khanate, talking about their influences, the past 30 years of card games and more.

Goonhammer Historicals: Interview with Richard Lloyd– Lenoon talks with Richard Lloyd of Bloody Miniatures, a new company trying to bring a bit of character to the world of ranked pikes and shot.

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 email us at if you have any feedback or questions.