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
- Leelilun’s insanely cool Harlequin Jetbikes
Leelilun via Reddit
These are some very cool Harlequin vehicles with some awesome freehand work.
- The Warhammer Modeler’s Creepy Necromunda Terrain Piece
@the40kmodeler via Twitter
This is a very cool project but it’s also creepy as hell and legit unsettling.
- Time lapse construction of a 12 foot long trestle
Rcgrabbag via YouTube
This is a great video showing the design and construction of a massive elevated train track.
- Sweet Genestealer Cults Drill Diorama
@Pla_Shiba via Twitter
A sweet conversion of a Canoptek Spyder that swaps out the legs and creates an interesting feel. The end result is a very Tachikoma-looking Spyder.
- Sigmarite Priestess
@ImperatorOfPuns via Twitter
I think this is a Sigmarite Priestess, anyways. It’s a cool model with a sweet paint job.
- Every Dark Angels Dreadnought
@CalibanCadet via Twitter
A real march of the ancients here, showing off every type of dreadnought, old and new, in Dark Angels colors.
- Hungry, Hungry Hulk
@LeBigAristotle via Twitter
Now I am absolutely craving an apple fritter. Thanks.
- Some Fantastic Little Scarabs
@OGyKhZPLfuB8Wq0 via Twitter
I love that everyone is getting into the new Necrons and painting tons of rad models from the new kits.
- Eric Festa’s Vangaurd Lieutenant
@Col_Festus via Twitter
This is an incredibly sharp looking model and I love how Eric has done the white/silver here. Looks great.
- Yar Umbra and the Deserter
@IgougoG via Twitter
We don’t showcase enough Necromunda models here. These blister pack buddies look great.
The Week on Goonhammer
Another busy week for us, loaded with great content.
- New FAQ Hot Takes
By various authors
New FAQs dropped this week and we covered the major changes and how they affect you.
- Commander Legends Set Review
By Phillip B York and FromTheShire
This week we reviewed the new Commander Legends set, going through the each of the set’s new cards and talking about the good, the bad, and they ugly.
- Infinity Tactics: Start Smoking
This week we took a look at smoke grenade tactics and how to cross the battlefield without getting shot up.
- Round Table: Historical Portrayals in Wargaming
by various authors
In this week’s round table we talked about historical portrayals in wargaming and when armies and players cross the line.
- Competitive Innovations in 9th: GT Triple Threat
By James “One_Wing” Grover
With multiple lockdowns starting, James took a look at a tournament in Sweden this week.
- Far Cry 2: The Last FPS to Truly, Appropriately Hate Its Player
By Jonathan Bernhardt
Bernhardt looked back at perhaps the best entry in the Far Cry series.
- Flying Solo, Part 5: Open Alpha 0.2 Update
BC was back writing this week about the new rules update released for X-Wing’s solo play and how it improves things.
- Carnevale: Vicious Fighting Along the Canals of Venice
By Edwin “Lupe” Moriarty
We reviewed TTCombat’s narrative skirmish minis game, Carnevale.
- Codex: Space Wolves Crusade Rules review
By Condit and Greg Chiasson
We looked at the new Space Wolves Crusade rules and the cool things they do for the faction in Narrative play.
- Warlord Wednesdays: Legion Focus – Legio Damicium
By Condit, Soggy, and DaBair
The Warlords talk about Legio Damicium this week.
- Hear Me Out: Night Lords
By Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones
This week we looked at building a list around Night Lords in 9th edition.
- Hammer of Math: Killing Necrons
By “Primaris” Kevin Genson
This week Kevin looked at the new Deathwatch book and the rules around Special Issue Ammo and using it with small and Primaris marines.
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.