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In 2021, Catalyst ran production and marketing tests of premium BattleMech figures, producing the Tukayyid variants of the Black Knight and the Stormcrow. Only a few hundred of these were ever offered for sale.
Now, thanks to our friends at Monster Fight Club, we are taking this to the next level.
Available now is the Wolfhound IIC. A Clan-rebuild of […]Continue Reading →
Touring the Stars: Kerensky’s Vision
Price: $2.99, PDF
Once known as Qualip, during the first Star League the unfortunate world became a cautionary tale of botched terraforming and human ignorance as entire continents became locked in ecological warfare even before Combine nukes fell in the Succession Wars. When the Clans invaded, ilKhan Ulric Kerensky saw in […]Continue Reading →
Touring the Stars: Kandersteg, a lead-in to the upcoming ilClan era sourcebook Tamar Rising, is now available!
As a reminder, Tamar Rising is on track for release on Wednesday, Jan. 19 in print and PDF formats.
Touring the Stars: Kandersteg
PDF only: $2.99
Once a sleepy Lyran backwater noted primarily for its interesting local […]Continue Reading →
The Umayyads. Mysterious invaders of Nueva Castile, their origins have been one of the lingering secrets of BattleTech–until today!
Today’s new release, Touring the Stars: Granada, reveals the innermost secrets of the Umayyads, and provides more detail about their long-running conflict with the residents of Nueva Castile. (Before the Goliath Scorpions sorted things out for […]Continue Reading →
Take a summer vacation to the distant words of the Hanseatic League and the Escorpion Imperio with these two new Touring the Stars volumes!
Touring the Stars: Braunschweig
Price: $2.99, PDF
Braunschweig is one of the jewels of the Hanseatic League. Combining pristine nature with highly developed cities, from orbit the world appears to be a […]Continue Reading →
In BattleTech, exploration often takes a backseat to warfare. After all, ours is a game of armored combat, often more concerned with conquering the known worlds of the Inner Sphere than discovering new ones. But in the coming months, exploration and expansion will be at the heart of the BattleTech products we deliver.
To […]Continue Reading →