#5 Tactics: Thousand Sons
The list begins with a neat tactical guide I wrote, to help people made better use of what is widely considered to be an ineffective unit. Whilst it will still remain a rarity in tournaments, I like to think more of you are using these units.
#4 Analysis-Forge World Open Day
#3- Showcase: Thousand Sons Sorcerer in Terminator Armour
This post is the first one to have passed the 1000 marker (1111 to be precise) and was easily the most popular finished-model post ever on the blog. The sorcerer served me well at the Wartorn 40k tournament, and has since made regular appearances in army lists. I hope to continue this model's legacy at the 2014 competitions. Perhaps the Thousand Sons will finally have themselves a first-place finish,
#2- Tutorial: Improving Obliterators and Mutilators
Second place goes to this tutorial post, in which I shared my top tips for improving the very divisive mutilator and Obliterator kits. I like to think that many of you have since hacked up your models, followed my suggestions, and made far better looking and scarier models. It was an enjoyable post to work on, so expect to see further 'kit improvement' posts like this in the coming months.
#1 Analysis: 40k psychic powers (biomancy)
This post wins by a massive margin, with over 1,700 unique viewings. This post was part of an ongoing series advising players on how to make the most of the psychic powers disciplines. I intend to continue the series this year, judging by how many of you were interested in this post.
So there we have it: the best posts of 2013. Here's to another great year, let us see if we can top this selection of champions. For those interested, here is a link to the 2012 top five posts.