Content We Liked: October 3rd 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. 

On the Internet at large

  • A hobby station of wonder and glory on Instagram
    An incredible hand-crafted hobby station that’s left many of our editorial team green with envy.
  • Awesome Ork Kommandos in Halloween colours
    @dana_howl on Twitter
    Dana Howl deploys another beautiful paint scheme on the Ork Kommando models from Kill Team.
  • Carnage vs. Venom
    @amysnuggs7 on Twitter
    Fantastic highlighting really brings out the sinisterly organic horror of these two MCP minis.
  • Adeptus Titanicus Imperator Titan Kitbash
    @realmofpaint on Instagram
    Still work in progress, but one of the best Imperator conversions we’ve seen out there.
  • Obiwan Sherlock Clousseau
    @curis on Twitter
    The man, the legend, Obiwan Sherlock Clousseau emerges from the pages of Rogue Trader ready to conquer the battlefields of Kill Team.
  • Dwarf Ram Rider
    @jonbarrett67 on Instagram
    A really lovely piece where the really clean work on the beard and breastplate stand out.
  • Legio Damnatorum
    @algerothen on Instagram
    Following on from last week’s Knight, more incredible flame effects, this time on some Heresy-era marines.
  • Trench System
    @jtwargames on Instagram
    A very atmospheric trench networ for historical wargames.
  • Corswain, Seneschal of the Lion
    @ProteusModels on Twitter
    All the sinister majesty of the first legion, emerging straight from the pages of the Black Library.
  • Miniature Dry-stone Walling Contest
    Dry Stone Wall Association of Ireland
    Something completely different to finish up – dry-stone walls built at miniature scale.

This Week on Goonhammer

Hobby Content
by Various Authors

The Fabricator General; Pouring one out: Creating Water Features
Mike takes you through the process of creating resin-poured water features.

How to Paint Everything: Rockfish’s Kommandos; Bolder then ever, and not just the colours!
Rockfish continues his rampage through the Ork range, taking a stab at the new Kommandos.

Gaming Spaces: The Chirurgeon’s Space, Part 2 – Working with a Cramped Apartment
Robert continues his tour through the history of his gaming spaces.

Army Showcase: Greg’s Dark Angels (again)
Improbable though it sounds, Greg has painted more Dark Angels, and now you get to look at them.

TheChirurgeon’s Road Through 2021, Part 8: Practicing Against Grey Knights and Trying out Crisis Protocol
This year’s hobby journey continues, with the dangerous temptation of a whole new game.

Kill Team Content
By Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones and Thundercloud

Competitive Innovations in Kill Team: The London Grand Tournament
A deep dive into more delicious event results for GW’s newest game

40K Content
by Various Authors

Competitive Innovations in 9th: London Goes Big
Wings takes a look at the results from the LGT, Warzone Houston and more.

A Jarl’s First Grand Tournament
Goonhammer Patron Ian Donovan writes about his first tournament experience at the GHO.

Playing the Least Army
Greg proposes more radical 40K philosophy in an editorial. Also Terminators. Lots of Terminators.

Start Competing: Black Legion Tactics
SC: Black Legion gets a small update thanks to a heroic (or should that be villainous) event win using a pure Black Legion army.

Age of Sigmar Content
by Bair

Road From: London Grand Tournament Bloodtithe
Bair talks about his experiences at the LGT’s massive AoS team event.

Magic: the Gathering
by B Phillip York

Commander Unstable Mutation: Undead Unleashed
A look inside one of the Commander decks from the new Innistrad: Midnight hunt expansion.

by Genghis Cohen

Necromunday: Balancing Campaigns
Cohen takes a look at the challenging topic of how to keep your campaigns balanced.

Kings of War
by Cytoplasm and Urr112

Kings of War: Constructing an Army List
The team cover a crucial topic when starting any skirmish game – building an army.

A Song of Ice and Fire
by Robert Cantrell

A Song of Ice and Fire: Free Folk
If you just hate, hate walls and feel a compelling urge to conquer them, guest author Robert Cantrell’s guide to the Free Folk is for you.

by Greg

Greg extols the many virtues of charcuterie in this month’s extremely serious analysis of the protein metagame.

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 if you have any feedback or questions.