Content We Liked: November 21, 2021

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.

Before we jump into the main body of this, we wanted to highlight Games Workshop’s (very good) statement making clear that hate groups are not welcome in Warhammer 40K. We are 100% behind them on this, and are very happy to see this important message spelled out so clearly.

On the Internet at large

Mind-bogglingly Awesome Wraithknight conversion
@BaharrothP via Twitter
I (Wings) am a well known Wraithknight appreciator, and this may be the most awesome one I’ve ever seen. Seriously, go look at this stuff, it’s wild.

Krieg Bullgryn
u/AllThatJazz85 on Reddit
Themed auxiliaries are a great way to go the extra mile on a Guard list, and this converted Bullgryn is a fantastic example of that.

Waterloo Diaorama
@marechal_davout on Instagram
A reminder that at any given time, historicals players are putting together battles and displays on an awe-inspiring scale.

This Week on Goonhammer

Warhammer 40k

  • BLUNDERDOME: The gang came up with a very silly idea to entertain themselves while the meta was in a dark place, and are going through with it even after the balance patch because a.) we think it’s funny and b.) we’re not a bunch of cowards. Check out eight of the most terrible lists we could come up with, and stay tuned to the site for the lowdown on the first round of games coming soon.
  • Casual Friday: Into the Maelstrom: Norman, Joe and Rocco bring us a battle report using the Maelstrom of War rules, aiming to remind everyone that you don’t have to be chasing the meta to have an awesome game of 40K.
  • Competitive Innovations: Wings takes a look at the first post-Balance Slate results, as well as digging into the first major-winning Black Templars build.
  • Playing Tyranids with the new Rules: Innes Wilson gives us another viewpoint on how the new Tyranid rules are going to shake things up, vital reading for anyone looking at the top four bracket from Austin nervously and/or curiously.
  • Hammer of Math: Octarius Orks: Kevin takes a look at some of the new toys Orks got from the second Octarius book (“Critical Mass” more like “Critical Math” amiright?).
  • TheChirurgeon’s Road Through 2021, Part 14: The Empire Central RTT: Rob brings us an RTT report as he warms up for the Austin open.
  • Battlezone Mechanicum Terrain Datacards Review: Some additional datacards for Tactical Deployment have released after a long break. Rob digs in.

Age of Sigmar

Magic: the Gathering

Specialist Games

Other Games


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.