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
- Jes Bickham dresses up his Cursed City board
@jes_bickham via Twitter
This is a great way to spice up your Cursed City board when you play this game, which you definitely own a copy of. Cool idea.
- Gavin Garza’s Blood Ravens Eradicator
@gavin_Painting_models via Instagram
This is an amazing model. The detail on the melta gun is just stunning. Fantastic work, top-to-bottom.
- Rob Wolters’ Huntress of the Veil@eyecon74 via Instagram
A very cool knight titan conversion for Titanicus that converts a Warlord into a walking cathedral. Awesome stuff.
- Em’s Vampire Prince
@IcantthinEm via Twitter
Starting to see some cool Soulblights models in the wild and this one is great. Love the red armor on the prince.
- Vincent Venturella’s Bella’Kor
@warhammerweekly via Twitter
Vincent’s a master of the form and his Slaanesh-themed Be’lakor is an absolutely stunning conversion. Incredible attention to detail here.
- Matthew’s AT-ST
@mattimoose via Twitter
We don’t cover enough Star Wars Legion models. Matthew’s AT-ST looks great.
- Ailenn, the Mind’s Edge by Tabo.jin
@tabo_jin via Twitter
A great paint job on a great model. The Underworlds Lumineths models are mad underappreciated.
- Scott’s Onager Dunecrawler
@brushwizard via Twitter
A very cool dunecrawler sporting a non-conventional green mechanicus scheme. Looks great.
- Another amazing Be’lakor
@boardgamezombie via Twitter
The best part about doing CWL these days is getting to see more ridiculous be’lakor paint jobs. I love it, keep ’em coming.
- Loopy’s Deff Dread@Loopy3025 via Twitter
A sweet blue and yellow Ork deff dread. Love that model, great work.
The Week on Goonhammer
Another big week, chock full of great content for every game we cover, with an exciting new addition!
- Competitive Innovations in 9th
By James “One_Wing” Grover
We looked back at the most recent weekend of events and the lists that saw success.
- Aeronautica Imperialis – It Lives!
We talked about the recent announcements for Aeronautica Imperialis, how the game is not dead, and what these developments mean for the game.
- Warhammer 40K Dakka Squadron Flyboyz Edition Crashes and Burns
By Jonathan Bernhardt
As punishment for his many transgressions, we made Bernhardt play and review Dakka Squadron.
- Infinity Content
By Felime and Musterkrux
We had a double dose of coverage on Infinity this week – hobby and play:
- Getting Started: Kings of War – What is it and Why You Should Play
By JP and Matt
We kick off our weekly coverage of Kings of War with an article introducing the game and why you should be playing.
- Turn Order: Ironsworn and the Concept of Solo RPGs
Ilor reviewed Ironsworn, a game that brings the Powered by the Apocalypse framework to Norse fantasy.
- Terrain in Marvel Crisis Protocol: The Art of the SMASH!
This week we talked about terrain in Crisis Protocol – how to collect and paint it and how much is enough to play.
- Catching Snowflakes: Kosmoflot Tactics
In our new series on some of the more unique factions in Infinity, Musterkrux looks at playing Kosmoflot.
- Warlord Wednesdays: Titanic Wargear
By the Warlord Wednesdays crew
This week the gang looks at picking and using wargear in Titanicus.
- Commander Focus: Roon-D.M.C. (of the Hidden Realm)
FTS builds a Commander deck focused on Roon of the Hidden Realm in a more casually-oriented article.
- Battle Bros: Season Two, Chapter VII: We Built This in a Cave with a Box of Crap
By Head58 and PantsOptional
My favorite series on our site continues as the Battle Bros continue their Crusades.
- Hammer of Math: Killing Drukhari Raiders (Chaos Edition)
by “Primaris” Kevin Genson
This week Kevin looked at the math around killing Drukhari Raiders with Chaos units.
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.