Content We Liked: March 6, 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

Incredible Deathwatch Cosplay
u/KnoxyMcKnox via Reddit

Primaris Marines have already answered the question “what if Marines, but big?”, but this phenomenal cosplay work takes it one further by bringing the Deathwatch fully to life.

House Harkonnen-themed Delaque
georgemac0098 on Instagram

The bleak Harkonnen aesthetic from the new Dune movies lines up pretty well with the vicious setting of Necromunda, and this converted gang takes full advantage of that to create a very striking Delaque gang.

Skyrim-themed Dragon
epsilonminiatures on Instagram

Sometimes, you just want to see a really cool dragon. This is a really cool dragon, 11/10, no notes.

Aeldari Warlock side-by-side
@ICantThinkEm on Twitter

The older parts of the Aeldari miniature range have aged pretty well, and this side-by-side of an old and new Warlock really showcases how much of the aesthetic has lasted over the decades (although the new plastics have clearly been at the Primaris-Marine serum, just a little).

Sharp Practice Union Cavalry
@CFoxtrotModels on Twitter

Some beautiful work on some American Civil War models here, really landing a naturalistic but still striking scheme.

Guide to How to Build a Static Grass Applicator
Luke Towan on Youtube

We’re spoilt these days with pre-packaged grass tufts, but if you’ve ever fancied making your own this video goes in to how it’s done.

Comic Book-Style Death Korps
u/EpicDuckStudios on Reddit

An unusual and extremely well executed take on Krieg here, using clever highlighting to pull off a larger-then-life comic book style.

Skyrim Dungeon Terrain
toddmichaelputnam on Instagram

Apparently it’s just a very Skyrim week, with this awesome table of scenery bringing an oceanside dungeon to life.

Bloodbowl Stadium Blimp
@ManifestedMinis via Twitter.

One of last week’s CWL stars returns, adding a fancy blimp to their collection of in-stadium Bloodbowl billboards.

Deathwing Champion
requiem_82 on Instagram

Goonhammer policy requires that we always repost awesome Dark Angels, or Greg gets real mad. Luckily, these ones are incredibly worth a look.

Camo-Pattern Converted Repulsor Executioner
u/psc501 on Reddit

A cool conversion for a custom chapter, adding realistic camo patterns on a Repulsor Executioner and making it “fit” by changing up the profile with some conversion work.

Legion of the Damned Maugen-Ra Mashup
u/Alegroth on Reddit

A truly epic conversion combining the new plastic Maugen Ra with Space Marine kits to create something that will strike fear into the hearts of anyone who invokes the wrath of the Imperium (and honestly pretty much anyone else too).

Mount Krushmore
u/sidnee8800 on Reddit
Last but definitely not least this week, Orks are absolutely the 40K faction that would chisel their heads into a mountainside, and this awesome terrain piece captures the fleeting moment before a rival Warboss blows it into tiny pieces in a fit of jealously.

This Week on Goonhammer

New Age of Sigmar Battletomes
Fyreslayers and Idoneth get their brand new 3rd Edition Battletomes, and our review team takes a look.
Idoneth Deepkin

Aeldari Crusade Review: The Crusade review team dig in to the bumper-sized Crusade rules in the new Aeldari Codex.

Aeldari Competitive Roundtable: Brad and Nick from the Art of War join our Aeldari fans to evaluate how the new book is likely to perform competitively.

Model Review: Craftworld Eldar: Our painting team were lucky enough to get some of the new Aeldari models early, and talk through their thoughts on assembling and painting them.

Hammer of Math: Aeldari Dice Alteration: Rounding out the continued Aeldari coverage for this week, Kevin takes a look at the fiendish dice tricks now available to smart, handsome elf players.

Competitive Innovations 40K
I (Wings) had a week off from the content mines this week, but the rest of the team stepped up and put together a bumper sized double edition of Competitive Innovations, including some guest commentary on the Tau/Custodes menace from the Falcon in Part 1, and a look at some early stats from Rob in Part 2.
Part 1
Part 2

Competitive Innovations AoS: AoS had a busy weekend too, and our team take a look at the results, with a pretty great spread of armies at the top.

The Art of War Streamhouse RTT: Lists and Matchups: Our friends at the Art of War have been running a special RTT between some of the games best players, and I put together a look at their lists and first round matchups.  You can see all the games from the first round over on their YouTube Channel.

Necromunday: Hear Me Out: Just Start a Campaign!: Fowler waxes lyrical about the joys of Necromunda Campaigns.

Worldbreakers: Advent of the Khanate review – Turn Order: Mx. Tiffany is a gigantic fan of this new non-collectible card game – find out why in the review.

Malifaux Faction Focus: the Bayou: Togepi continues touring through the factions of Malifaux with a look at the swamp gremlins of the Bayou. All the cool kids are going Goblin Mode after all.

Unstable Mutation: Buckle Up!: Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty brings with it some new Commander decks, and this one is ideal for anyone who wants to pilot gigantic robots at their enemy, and for some reason isn’t getting their kicks by playing Tau in 40K.

Goonhammer Historicals: Deployment Roundtable: Our biggest Historicals fans get together to discuss how deployment works across various games, the challenges of making it work in them, and some of their favourite mechanics.

Kings of War: Day 1 at Clash of Kings Australia 2022The KoW team got to put their armies on the table at Clash of Kings Australia, so in this tournament report you can find out how it went for them on day 1.

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.