100th Assault (Clan Coyote)

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100th Assault Cluster
Unit Profile (as of 3074)
Nickname Bloody Hundredth
Parent Formation Lambda Galaxy
Formed
Disbanded 3074 (Destroyed)

History[edit]

In 2872, Clan Hell's Horses launched an attack on the Kindraa Smythe-Jewel holdings on Foster. The Coyotes joined forces to crush a mutually hated foe. Included in the attack was the 100th Assault Cluster under the command of Coyote saKhan Katarina Steele, along with several additional smaller mixed units.[1]

It is unknown when, but at some point after this action the 100th Assault Cluster was disbanded.

New Beginnings[edit]

Khan Koga raised the 100th Assault Cluster in the mid 3050s as an experiment. At inception it was almost entirely staffed with freeborn warriors.[2] Between 3060 and 3067 the 100th Assault Cluster was stationed on Foster.[3][4]

In December 3074 the Steel Vipers launched a massive assault on against Clan Coyote on Tamaron with six Galaxies and a large naval force. Lambda Galaxy including the 100th was part of the Coyote defending force. The Vipers made planetfall despite the fierce aerospace attacks. After a week fighting the Viper forces made for their objectives, several major factory complexes in the Apache Mountains. The fighting to defend these saw Lambda Galaxy and the 100th destroyed.[5]

Officers[edit]

Between 3061 and 3067 the commanding officer was Star Colonel Scott Koga.[2][4]

Tactics[edit]

The Cluster was highly adaptable to all terrain and weather conditions.

Composition History[edit]

3061[edit]

100th Assault Cluster - Veteran/Fanatical [2]

3067[edit]

100th Assault Cluster - Veteran/Fanatical [4]

  • 60% full strength with 10% of the force equipped with OmniMechs.

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Field Manual: Crusader Clans, p. 54-56 - "Hell's Fury"
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Field Manual: Warden Clans, p. 53, "100th Assault Cluster Profile"
  3. Field Manual: Warden Clans, p. 162
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Field Manual: Update, p. 76, "Clan Coyote Deployment Table"
  5. The Wars of Reaving, p. 142-143

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