Content We Liked

Although it’s a big internet out there, the Tabletop 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.

Kicking it off strong with some Turnip28 kitbashing and sculpting goodness. Gross growths, esoteric accessories and multiple kits across plastic, resin, and 3d printed alike, all embody the Turnip28 spirit.

Elves rock.

Bubonic elves rock even harder.

You love to see someone set themselves a creative challenge and smash it, these models are seamless and fantastic, with a buttery smooth paintjob to boot.

A canvas like no other. Creativity like this always stuns me and makes me reconsider my own painting. Treating your miniatures like the weirdly shaped canvasses they are can produce some spectacular results.

Speaking of treating your miniatures like a canvas, we’ve got an absolutely decorated set of Stompas covered in looted goodness. What were you going to do with all those leftover bitz anyway? Put them on their original model? Psht.


This breaks my brain.  I legitimately don’t know what else to say about it. It brain-breakingly rocks.

Back at it again, this time with FIRE. Beyond the absolute menace that is the evolving RC Landraider, a lot of the other work on here is amazing too and is definitely worth checking out on top of this beauty.

This Week on Goonhammer:

Goonhammer Reviews:

We covered it all this week, from big boats and little tanks, to the future of Magic the Gathering (I think it might involve something with dinosaurs?), and beyond to the world of Hunter: the Reckoning and a round-up of indie games!

Goonhammer Historicals: Victrix T34

Blood and Plunder Raise the Black starter Unboxing and Review

Goonhammer Roundtable: The Roadmap for Magic from GenCon

Welcome to Hunter: The Reckoning

Indie Games Round up – August 2023

Competitive Play

This week we’ve got more faction focuses (foci?) than you can roll your dice at. We’ve got Deathguard, Thousand Sons, Chaos Daemons, T’au, and Deathwatch, and it doesn’t even stop there, as Killteam has recieved another balance slate and the Necromunda team have updated their Apocrypha reviews.

Stepping away from the grimdarkess of the far future, we also have a spotlight on how to play the nasty Dwegom in Conquest, the top 10 cards you might want to invest in for your decks in Magic the Gathering, and a look at why some robots are simply better than others in Battletech.

10th Edition Competitive Faction Focus: Chaos Daemons

10th Edition Competitive Faction Focus: Thousand Sons

Competitive Faction Focus: Death Guard

10th Edition Competitive Faction Focus: T’au Empire

10th Edition Competitive Faction Focus: Deathwatch

Competitive Innovations in 10th? No, More Elves! pt.1

Competitive Innovations in 10th? No, More Elves! pt.2

Competitive Innovations in the Mortal Realms – Krondspine Incarnate of the Meta

Hammer of Math: 10th Edition Secondary Objective Statistics

Conquest Faction Focus: Dweghom

The 10 Cards to Pick Up from Lord of the Rings for your Commander Collection

Battletech: Why Goonhammer hates Clan Mechs

Painting and Modelling

This week on Hobby 101, we get a look on how to safely transport your carefully painted and put-together models without them smashing into a million bitz, and Lenoon blesses us with a showcase of his gorgeously converted Imperial Knight army.

Hobby 101- Transporting your Models

Army Showcase: Lenoon’s Imperial Knights

The Fluff Corner

Praise be to the Four-Armed God-Emperor. This week, Genestealer Cults have their layers of mystery peeled back and their lore examined for any trace of lingering taint.

Lore Explainer: Genestealer Cults

Other Cool Stuff

Fury of the Swarm updates! Blob Ross in Malifaux! Aaaaaa!

Fury of the Swarm: 40K co-op developer diary #1

Danger Planet’s Custom Malifaux Master – Blob Ross!