iFelix Top Ten Blog Posts 2023

In 2023 I published 271, whilst not as many as the 319 I did in 2022, it was more than I did in 2021, when I posted 162 times. In 2020 I posted 436 blog posts, in 2019 I did 143 blog posts. Compare that to 2018 when I wrote just 21 blog posts.

Here are my top ten blog posts in reverse order.

The blog post at number ten was about the huge Tau Manta at Warhammer World.

The ninth most popular post was a discussion piece from July of this year asking  It’s the end of Aeronautica Imperialis as we know it… as Xenos races were dropped from the game.

The post at eight was about how I was Landscaping the Titan bases for my Adeptus Titanicus titans.

The seventh top post was about Reflecting on the MkIIB Land Raider having had it on the workbench for a fair few years, I decided to finish it off as an Imperial Fists model..

The post at six asked the question on if we would get a Sokar pattern Stormbird for Aeronautica Imperialis.

The fifth most popular post was from 2007, and was about the upcoming Warhammer Fantasy Plastic Buildings that were going to be released for Warhammer.

I wonder if these will be re-released for Warhammer Old World, or if we will see new versions of the buildings.

Jumping one place to number four was Building and undercoating the Inquisitorial Achilles Ridgerunner.

It was ninth most popular post in 2022, this year it is number three. The post was That time when the Imperial Guard used the Rhino a reminder that when the Rhino model first came out it could also be used by the Imperial Guard as well as Space Marines.

The second popular post in 2023 on the blog was Constructing the Haemotrope Reactor a model that I got with a copy of Warhammer Imperium.. It was third most popular last year.

Staying at number one was the post of photographs of Astra Militarum Super Heavy Tanks taken on a visit to Warhammer World.

Overall I was pleased with the amount of blogging that I did in 2023 and impressed with the amount of painting I have done this year. I have done a regular top ten blog posts article every year now for a fair few years, but going through the stats this time I noticed that there were a lot of popular pages as well. The most popular page in 2023 was the workbench on my Ork Kill Bursta.

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