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Start Competing: Thousand Sons Tactics (Updated 5/16/2022)

Are you a fan of sorcerous tricks that buff your units and hurt those of your enemies? Do you dream of drowning your enemies in a sea of mortal wounds? Were you the person who always played a mage...

Age of Sigmar Meta Analysis: LVO and CanCon Part 2

During the last weekend of January the first major tournaments of 2020 occurred and it was the first chance to see the meta really take shape for the year. I had left out one major tournament in Part 1...

Disciples of Tzeentch FAQ – The Goonhammer Hot Take

As expected after any new Battletome, errata and FAQs must follow. Probably more so than any other Battletome in recent memory however, this one has been of particular interest in the community. After an extremely strong showing in major tournaments...

Age of Sigmar Review: Wrath of the Everchosen

(Authors note: Due to a misunderstanding some incorrect information was reported in the allegiance section. These have been corrected) Wrath of the Everchosen is the first Campaign book of Age of Sigmar 2.0 that didn't double as an Endless Spell...

Slaves to Darkness Battletome Analysis

Chaos walks the Mortal Realms, and their numbers are legion. The Slaves to Darkness battletome combines all the Daemons that previously had no real home and the iconic Chaos Warriors and their ilk into one cohesive whole. Slaves to Darkness...

Age of Sigmar Review: Disciples of Tzeentch

Before I begin, full disclosure and a little bit of background. Disciples of Tzeentch was my introduction into Age of Sigmar and what got me to start believing the game was worth investing time and energy into. The first...

Age of Sigmar: The Christmas Update

This week Games Workshop decided to drop - rather unceremoniously - the Christmas FAQ for Age of Sigmar. The new FAQ comes with a few rule updates and point changes for some of the game's older armies in response...

Warhammer Legends: The Goonhammer Round Table Review

After months of speculation, Games Workshop finally released its new “Warhammer: Legends” rules, putting several older models to bed and effectively removing them from tournament play, if not our hearts. Here to talk about the new rules, what they...

Age of Sigmar Review: Ogor Mawtribes

Launching alongside the brand new Ossiarch Bonereapers, Ogor Mawtribes is another "consolidation" book along the lines of Cities of Sigmar or Orruk Warclans. In Warhammer Fantasy these units belonged to the Ogre Kingdoms faction, in Age of Sigmar they...

Age of Sigmar Review: Orruk Warclans

Released alongside Cities of Sigmar, the Orruk Warclans book feels like it has a very similar agenda to its sister book. Both books had an intended goal of consolidating some disparate factions into one location. The difference here is...