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.
80. Book of Rust: War Zone Charadon, Oblis Invasion Campaign Review
In episode 80 Dan and Phil Review the "Obolis Invasion" Campaign System from War Zone Charadon - Act I: The Book of Rust. What does our dynamic duo think of this fancy new campaign system for Warhammer 40,000?
79. Codex: Drukhari
Not wanting to be any different then any of the other 40k Content Creators out there, this week we finally got around to doing a review of the swanky new 9th Edition Drukhari Codex. And in an attempt to make us seem much less unprofessional, we got Sky Serpent to come along and contribute. So come with us now on a journey through time and space, as we enter realspace in search for trivial insights on 40k related topics. It's our Codex Drukhari review one and all! We hope you enjoy.
78. Faith and Damnation Reveals
Dan and Phil discuss the Faith and Damnation Reveals from Warhammer Community a week ago at the time of publication. We also talk about general hobby projects and answer various questions from our listeners. Fancy!
77. Rulesets Through the Ages
We discuss and compare various rulesets through the ages against the current 9th edition of 40k. But mostly we talk about 7th Edition.
76. Games Workshop's 40k Pricing and Products
We discuss Games Workshop's latest selection of Pricing and or Product decisions. What do we think of the costs and communications?
75. 40k Narrative Play: Crusade
Finally! The Look Out, Sir! 40k Podcast has come back, to narrative gaming. Not that we ever really focused on it in the past, we just felt like doing a parody of the People's Champion to give this summary a bit more oomph. We hope this succeeds, and we hope you enjoy what we have to say about the 40k Narrative Crusade system.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Best ah da best dis iz. Kwality wurds cleerly inspeyred by Mork, or possibly Gork. Great ta listen to wen sharpinin ya choppa!
Came for the Sky Serpent, stayed for the dry humor
Pritty gud, innunit
These Brits make enjoyable content that is murican can get behind. Come here if you like rambling content with a familial feel. I would say this podcast is focused, but I’ll tell you what, it’s still pretty good, innit?