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Xotl

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Experimental Technical Readout: Periphery
« on: 12 November 2011, 15:03:06 »
This thread is for all issues and problems with Experimental Technical Readout: Periphery.

Product Link: http://bg.battletech.com/?wpsc-product=experimental-technical-readout-periphery

Please remember to follow the errata report template when reporting issues.  Thanks.
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Re: Experimental Technical Readout: Periphery
« Reply #1 on: 12 November 2011, 18:34:18 »
Page 5, Atlas:

"heavy Thunderbolt launcher now takes its place. This single-tube launcher in place of the rapid-cycling five-tube system marks one of two visually
significant changes"

As TRO 3050 made clear, the AS7-K did not use the rapid-cycling five-tube launcher of the AS7-D, but split the launcher into twenty tubes across both side torsos. 

Xotl

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Re: Experimental Technical Readout: Periphery
« Reply #2 on: 14 November 2011, 23:05:15 »
Playtesting/Fact Checking Credits:

Remove Roland Boshnack.  Add Daniel Isberner.
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Re: Experimental Technical Readout: Periphery
« Reply #3 on: 15 November 2011, 14:46:25 »
page 5. the atlas is half ton light..

add remote sensor drones .5 tons..

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Re: Experimental Technical Readout: Periphery
« Reply #4 on: 15 November 2011, 17:47:59 »
Page 6, Dig Lord Overview

4th paragraph, 1st sentance "ordinance" should be "ordnance"

(unless it comes with variable legal options in addition to the MML, rifle and vibro blade :) )

Page 9, Patton-SB Overview

3rd paragraph, 2nd sentence, that pesky "ordinance" again

(please forgive the tongue-in-cheek tone, this is a common homophonic error and a bit of a professional pet peeve of mine)
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Re: Experimental Technical Readout: Periphery
« Reply #5 on: 15 November 2011, 18:50:19 »
page 5. the atlas is half ton light..

add remote sensor drones .5 tons..

I saw in the product announcement thread that this is your first errata report. Thank you very much, this kind of initiative is hugely appreciated! Your report is even very close the format we want!

Unfortunately, I cannot recreate your issue with the unit. I will e-mail you with specifics, but don't let that discourage you - keep up the great work.

If you are unsure about any possible report, you can always take it to the general errata discussion thread - it can be talked about more freely by peers over there.

@ Xotl - please pardon the unconventional rebuttal of a report; atlask voiced a bit of trepidation about coming here in the other thread, so I wanted to underline that no matter the result, putting in a report in good faith is always a good thing.
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Re: Experimental Technical Readout: Periphery
« Reply #6 on: 15 January 2013, 01:55:34 »
Ailette Rescue PA(L) p15 & record sheets on p29:

After checking with jymset, this suit is actually a non-combat suit and thus is an exoskeleton and not a PA(L).

Recommendation, change all occurances of PA(L) to exoskeleton.

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Re: Experimental Technical Readout: Periphery
« Reply #7 on: 31 May 2014, 08:36:13 »
p.6 and record sheet on p.19
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