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Experimental Technical Readout: Republic III
The year is 3146. The Inner Sphere is embroiled in some of the most devastating warfare since the Word of Blake Jihad. Within its Fortress walls, the core of the Republic lies safe for now, yet poised in a state of uneasy readiness. Desperate to maintain its battlefield […]
The following BattleTech books and game aids are on the upcoming schedule. If it is an e-book only release, it is noted in brackets. As covers become available, they’re added to this page.
When details concerning street dates and reviews are available, those will be posted to the front page. In no particular […]Continue Reading →
The year is 3136. Just when it seemed certain that the Republic of the Sphere had led the Inner Sphere to a true era of peace, all hopes lie in ruins. Communications have broken down, separatist factions run amok on defenseless worlds, the Great Houses are saber-rattling like in […]Continue Reading →
One of the primary things that has struck me about the Draconis Combine is the stark divide between the two societal classes – noble and worker. While each has several subdivisions within them, the main divide is exceptionally noticeable within the Kuritan realm.
Of all the Great Houses, the Combine’s society and economy […]
The year is 3120. Under the aegis of the Republic of the Sphere, the Inner Sphere has experienced its greatest time of peace since the days of the original Star League. Raised from the ashes of the Jihad, the Republic stands for the ideals of unity and justice, but […]Continue Reading →
Historical Turning Points: Tortuga
While the Jihad raged, pirates had their way with the newborn Filtvelt Coalition. Finally, the Filtvelters had suffered too much. They launched an invasion of Tortuga Prime, to punish the pirates in their den. But the force sent to exact retribution found itself mired in a close-packed city […]
One of the biggest challenges to this particular book is trying to convey the arrogance of the Kuritas (as it’s from the perspective of a Combine historian) without sounding overdone and silly but still convey important information. The trick is to use the proper turns of phrase and word choice, which makes the entire process […]Continue Reading →