Content We Liked: 26th February, 2023


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.


On the Internet at Large

A downright whimsical entry to start us off this week, with some off-kilter Gnomes and their Gian- regular ass dude prisoner. A wonderfully kooky piece with some beautiful vibrancy and depth to the paintwork.


GodDAMN, still pictures can’t do this one justice. Just a fully tricked mecha the size of a small child. Nothin’ fancy, no biggie. Gunpla enthusiasts continue to see our puny efforts and push the bar even higher.


Pride flag armies are becoming a delightful trend in the hobbysphere, and it’s examples like this full on Galaxy’s worth of Mechs that really stand out with the flag’s design adjusted to cleverly work around each Mech’s chassis. Transphobes will be LRM’d from across the map.


We’ll never pass up a chance for Juan to dunk on us with mindbogglingly simple but incredible painting tips, this time a head-slappingly easy way to achieve a glowing coil effect.


The Warsinger graces CWL again with their latest creation, a diorama of the last moments of the Fall of Cadia. A beautiful slice of one of the most tantalising plot-hooks that’s been dangling over us for two editions now. Trazyn must have really held B when he was catching himself that Creed.

Coming to us from the Infernal Brush Discord community, ‘Eavy Archive aims to be a repository to store and reference every recipe and method used by the ‘Eavy Metal painting team to get as close to that box art look as possible. It’s already bursting with some fantastic schemes and we’re excited to see it grow.


This Week on Goonhammer

Goonhammer Reviews

A lean week for reviews with a two-part look at the new Strike Force Agastus boxset bringing us yet another wave of Primaris toys for 40k. Our local geneseed enthusiasts take a look at both the rules and the models themselves and where they slot into an already bulging roster.

Strike Force Agastus: Datasheet Review

Model Review: Strike Force Agastus


Competitive Play

The Winter chill is starting to thaw and nerds can feel their fingers long enough to start rolling dice again. As well as your scheduled tournament round ups we have a bevvy of new Faction Focuses and tacticas, including Leagues of Votaan, Blood Bowl Skaven and uh, bringing a knife to a Mad Max truck fight.

Competitive Innovations in 9th: By Lasgun and Bayonet pt.1

Competitive Innovations in 9th: By Lasgun and Bayonet pt.2

Competitive Innovations in the Mortal Realms: A Bad Moon Rises

40k: Leagues of Votann in Arks of Omen

Hammer of Mathromunda: Stabbing Vehicles

Blood Bowl: Skaven Team Guide

Kill Team: Novitiates Tactics (Updated)

Event Report: Space Wolves take on Wheat City Open


Painting and Hobby

It’s time to get building this week as Keewa shows us how to build scale Log Cabins and Summer waxes philosophical about the process of starting a new project.#

The Narrative Forge: Scratch-Building Log Cabins

Hobby Heresy – Painting an Astartes Boarding Patrol with Summer


More Cool Stuff

The Lenoon train has no breaks this week with a twofer from them to round us out. First a look at Feminist Sci-Fi as Goonhammer Reads continues, and a look into the research and considerations going into Flower Wars.

Goonhammer Reads Science Fiction: Women! are! People!

Flower Wars: Researching a Game

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