Nurgle

Start Competing: Death Guard Tactics (Updated 5/16/2022)

Do you like being really, really hard to kill? Do you like to dish out your vengeance to enemies in a slow, methodical fashion? Do you think Nurglings are adorable? Then Death Guard may be the army for you! Death...

Competitive Innovations in the Mortal Realms: Droning On (and On)

Two tournaments to cover this week, and as you'll see below there's been a noticeable shift from high damage armies that can project their power at range to more board control, resilient lists that can seek to outlast the...

New Year, New Armies: The Sickly Sweet Scent of Failure

Welcome back to Lupe's ongoing hobby progress log, taking him through multiple games and armies. If you missed the prior articles in the series, you can find them here: The intro The Malifean...

Competitive Innovations in the Mortal Realms: Turtle Power!

A great number of tournaments happened over the weekend, including an especially large event in Canada. Three tournaments made our normal 28-player cutoff, and Alice has also joined in this week to take a look at Warpstone Wars, since...

2Q22 Post-Dataslate Faction Focus: Death Guard

Games Workshop dropped its Q2 Balance Dataslate for 40k in mid-April, dramatically changing a number of key factions. Astra Miliatrum, Marines and Sisters were buffed, Harlequins, T’au, and Custodes were nerfed, and some key game rules were changed. Now...

Competitive Innovations in the Mortal Realms: April 20th, 2022

A Light Week Basically, only one tournament had lists available and was ran this past weekend with 28 or more players (our cut off point for coverage). As a result, let's take a bit of a closer look at the...

Maggotkin Battletome: Path to Glory Review

    Previously we looked at the new Maggotkin of Nurgle Battletome from a more competitive or matched play perspective. Today we look at the Path to Glory rules and how they work in your narrative campaigns.  Your Narrative  Path to Glory is...

How to Paint Everything: Rotbringers Sorcerer of Nurgle

Many thanks to Game Workshop for providing a review copy of the new Sorcerer, as well as to my tendencies to hoard and not finish projects for providing the other. What do you do when faced with roughly five thousand...

Battletome: Maggotkin of Nurgle – The Goonhammer Review

We're nearly six months into Age of Sigmar's third edition and the third Battletome is finally upon us. Maggotkin of Nurgle have had the longest release schedule between books so far and with this release are officially passing the baton...

Competitive Innovations in 9th: Goonhammerception

This week the answer to "were there any events?" is especially obvious for anyone paying attention to what we've been up to, because the inaugural Goonhammer Open US is now in the books, with the champion's belt (literally, that's...