Here's a list of 40k-related links that I frequent:

The PodKastle  is a podcast run by Ray Wisneski and one of my best friends, Reuben Qualls. Where this blog completely revolves around the 40k hobby, their podcast covers tabletop gaming as a whole, from miniatures, to card games and everything in between. It also features game reviews and interviews with game developers. It's something almost all of us can relate to and it's a lot of fun to listen to while I hobby.

Masters of the Forge is the new podcast from the guys who used to do Deepstrike Radio. In their new podcast, they're focusing on the fluff surrounding the 40k world. It's something that everyone can relate to. It's a great way to learn more about the 40k universe as a whole and an all-around fun podcast to listen to. Whether you're a garage gamer or into the tournament scene, the Masters of the Forge has stuff for everyone.

The Independent Characters covers all aspects of the 40k hobby: painting, modeling, gaming, and the fluff. They've even covered Forge World news and Black Library novels from time to time. Even more than the content they cover in their show, I love the show because they conduct themselves in a fun, kid-friendly, and (most importantly) professional way that helps grow the hobby by informing their listeners and inspiring them to continue painting, reading, and playing like no other podcast I've heard. I highly suggest you listen to this podcast for knowledge and inspiration. Then come see me to find out how to do the stuff they talk about.

Bolter and Chainsword is a web forum dedicated to power armor-wearing Games Workshop armies. It's a good place to go for showcasing your newly painted models and getting some good ideas from other people. It's kid-friendly, too.

Lexicanum is the definitive source for Warhammer 40,000 lore. If ever you have a question about some obscure piece of background information, Lexicanum is the place to go. They'll even site their sources so you can see where all this information comes from! next time you want to know about some tiny little piece Warhammer 40,000 lore, head on over to the Lexicanum. They'll point you in the right direction.

Games Workshop contains an online catalogue of available Warhammer 40,000 models, as well as the full range of paints and gaming supplies. The site also contains a selection of articles to help you with gaming, painting, and generally collecting any of Games Workshop's supported armies.

Forge World is named after the planet-sized Adeptus Mechanicus production facilities scattered across the galaxy. This is your source for the extra big models that Games Workshop doesn't produce. Go here to find Titans, Squiggoths, Thunderhawks, and all the other super-heavy models you need to bring to the table in an Apocolypse game.

The Black Library is exactly what it sounds like; it's a library full of dark and menacing novels surrounding the Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 universes. The Black Library has some pretty fantastic authors that have written a whole slew of background for Warhammer 40,000. If you've ever been curious as to what exactly makes the 41st millenium grim and dark, a Black Library novel will describe it to you in fantastic detail.

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