Zuletzt aktualisiert am 29. April 2023 von DarkISI
Catalyst hat einen großen Schwung an neuen Record Sheets veröffentlicht. Gleich vier neue Sammlungen, darunter auch eine Menge Mechs und anderer Einheiten, bei denen wir bislang mindestens ohne Record Sheets für die Varianten auskommen mussten. Persönlich freue ich mich über die alternativen Varianten der Mad Cat III und des Götterdämmerung besonders, da ich die damals designt habe. Endlich dürft ihr sie auch sehen.
Record Sheets: Jihad
November 3067 saw the culmination of work two centuries in the making, work begun by Primus Conrad Toyama of ComStar, successor to Jerome Blake and the man responsible for single-handedly turning ComStar into a pseudo-religious organization with a vision: to lead mankind to the light.
But then the Second Star League collapsed.
Denied their dream, the Blakists fought to preserve the Star League against the follies of the Great Houses, its fanaticism manifested as the Jihad: a horrific war that pitted every nation against each other. This era saw bleeding edge machines march off to war, while venerable ‘Mechs continued to receive upgrades and facelifts. Even primitive ‘Mechs not seen in over half a millennia once again appear on the battlefield.
BattleTech Record Sheets: Jihad offers players the record sheets for all the ‘Mechs detailed in BattleTech Technical Readout: Jihad, 281 in total.
Note: These are selections from several other products. The selected entries in this PDF are reprinted—albeit with the current BattleTech logo—from Record Sheets: 3050 Upgrades Unabridged—Clan & Star League, Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, Record Sheets: 3058 Unabridged, Record Sheets: 3060 Unabridged, Record Sheets: 3067 Unabridged, Record Sheets: 3075 Unabridged, and Record Sheets: 3085—The Cutting Edge & Project Phoenix. Players who own those Record Sheets products will find the same units presented in Record Sheets: Jihad.
Record Sheets Dark Age
From the star-spanning devastation of the Word of Blake Jihad arose the Republic of the Sphere, a new nation dedicated to breaking the centuries-long cycle of warfare plaguing the Inner Sphere and creating new innovation and prosperity for all.
The ideals of the Republic worked—for a time.
Then in 3132, hyperpulse generators across thousands of worlds went offline, enveloping the Inner Sphere in silence. Paranoia and opportunism ran rampant as age-old hostilities reignited and chaos ruled the day. The Republic, the grand experiment in hope, was torn asunder by hostile forces on every side.
The Republic Era—better known as the Dark Age—was a time of upheaval and opportunity. Fortunes rose and fell, nations crumbled and others reconstituted. And at the center of the whirlwind lay Terra, the crown jewel of the Republic, a prize waiting for the warrior strong enough to seize it.
BattleTech Record Sheets: Dark Age offers players the record sheets for all the ‘Mechs detailed in BattleTech Technical Readout: Dark Age, 262 in total.
Note: These are selections from several other products. The selected entries in this PDF are reprinted—albeit with the current BattleTech logo—from Record Sheets: 3075 Unabridged, Record Sheets: 3085—The Cutting Edge, Record Sheets: 3145, Record Sheets: 3150, Record Sheets: Prototypes, along with Interstellar Expeditions, Wars of the Republic Era, Experimental Technical Readout: Republic, Vol. I, and Technical Readout: Irregulars. Players who own those Record Sheets products will find the same units presented in Record Sheets: Dark Age.
Record Sheets 3145
The great experiment that was the Republic of the Sphere has failed. Withdrawn behind the Fortress walls, the once-great power has become a silent, opaque remnant of its former glory. Without its influence, old hatreds have risen anew. As war once more rages across the Inner Sphere, new equipment strides across ancient battlefields. Technology, once stagnated by trade restrictions and peace treaties, now surges forward again, testing these new machines in the fierce crucible of war.
BattleTech: Record Sheets: 3145 offers players the record sheets for ‘Mechs, Combat Vehicles, Battle Armor, and Aerospace designs from BattleTech: Technical Readout: 3145—including those from the New Tech, New Upgrades section.
Record Sheets 3150
War has spread across the Inner Sphere, shattering and shifting alliances both old and new. As the Clans once more close in on humanity’s homeworld of Terra, the walls of Fortress have come down, revealing the return of Devlin Stone. Desperate for any edge, the Great Houses, Clans, and Periphery states of the Inner Sphere have unleashed a flood of new war machines, rushing them into battle on every front.
BattleTech Record Sheets: 3150 offers players the record sheets for ‘Mechs, Combat Vehicles, Battle Armor, and Aerospace designs from BattleTech Technical Readout: 3150—including those from the New Tech, New Upgrades section.