The Look Out, Sir! is a weekly Warhammer 40k podcast. Join our hosts Dan and Philip as they discuss all things about the hobby they love. A podcast for all Games Workshop/Warhammer 40,000 hobbyists covering an array of topics with a balanced take on the game between competitive, narrative and fun gaming.
We discuss the Stratagem, its impact on the game over the past few years, what it has become and where we think it's going. Also Richie returns to host the first EOTS Quiz of 2021.
80. Book of Rust: War Zone Charadon, Oblis Invasion Campaign Review
A look into the Obolis Invasion campaign system from the book War Zone Charadon – Act I: The Book of Rust.
79. Codex: Drukhari
We discuss the new Drukhari codex and are joined by our special guest, and all-round Drukhari expert Skys Serpent (Paulie) from the Real Space Raiders podcast.
78. Faith and Damnation Reveals
This week we discuss the latest Warhammer 40,000 preview Faith & Damnation and share some updates on our current hobby projects.
77. Rulesets Through the Ages
Often requested by new players of 40k, we take a look back at the dark days of 6th-7th edition and see if the rules are as really as bad as people remember.
76. Games Workshop's 40k Pricing and Products
Dan and Phil take a look at some of the new 40k and Kill team kits and try to understand why there's been such a controversy around their pricing.
It’s nice to hear honest disagreement. You gentlemen talked me into buying my first army (necrons) and have earned the ire of my wife. Thankyou, mostly.
An excellent podcast, highly recommended!
A fantastic podcast, decided to give audio books a break and find a podcast to listen to.
I’m so glad I did as these fellas have great banter, are very knowledgeable about the hobby, but ultimately honest and are not afraid to say it how it is, without preaching or being elitist about certain hobby aspects.
5 stars! But my god, the cowboy part is bloody annoying 😂 and I’m still not sure what happened to Joe as he’s not longer on the show it seems! 😳
I like this a lot
It is informative and
I like the rambling
And that is a haiku.
Keep up the good work lads.