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Ace of Cakes: Warhammer Edition (pictures)

Tonight marked a big night for the Warhammer crew. It was the night the world saw their very own cake, modeled after a squig and it’s loveable throaty friend, the goblin! The show was entertaining to watch. Duff and the crew at Charm City cakes outdid themselves on this one and gave us some good quotes to boot!

Some of my favorites of the night:

  • Duff describing a squig: “a giant meatball with teeth”
  • “Go into battle with this living meatball of a death machine”
  • “The only thing left now is the snot, spit, and guts… my favorite”
  • And to end it out… “The best cake we ever made. No one makes cakes like that”

Throughout the episode, they flashed this picture quite a bit as the model for their creation. I think they did an amazing job.

squig model

The end product took 15 sheets of cake to make, lots of fondit, and piping gel to simulate a snotty nose. Where’s the line for a piece of this beast? For a cake of such complexity, it consisted of about 95% real cake, which is a marvel when compared with other, less complex cakes that have come out of their workshop.

My favorite part of the episode came at the end when they showed a in-game footage of a Duff Goldman avatar fighting a massive squig with an oversized spatula. That, dear friends, is pure win. I haven’t been able to find any pictures of video of this scene but I’d bet they surface soon.

Until then, check out these pics of the cake!

Duff posing with the squig cake at Baltimore Games Day

squig cake 1

squig cake 2

squig cake 3

squig cake 4

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