11th Wolf Guards (Clan Wolf)

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11th Wolf Guards
Unit Profile (as of 3054)
Nickname The lighning pack
Parent Formation Delta Galaxy[1]
Formed 2823[2]


History[edit]

The Eleventh Wolf Guards was a Cluster in the Clan Wolf Touman.

Widowmaker Absorption[edit]

During the Widowmaker Absorption, the Guards faced the First Spinner Cluster and Fifth Provisional Garrison Cluster outside Spiderholm on Roche that was to aimed at capturing the Widowmaker's saKhan. They faced heavy losses, and during a strategic retreat a lone Star of the Eleventh smashed through the Clan Widowmaker defenses. This forced the Widowmaker units to withdraw but the saKhan wasn't found.[3] A few days later they faced the First Spinner Cluster again, and faced near-certain destruction. However the 3rd Scorpion Cuirassiers, led by Loremaster Ethan Moreau and Khan Cyrus Elam of Clan Goliath Scorpion, reinforced the Eleventh and provided enough time for the Eleventh to regroup. The combined Scorpion-Wolf force then destroyed the Widowmaker unit, ending the Trial of Absorption.[4]

Operation Revival[edit]

The Cluster participated in Operation Revival, in 3049 they invaded Oberon VI and destroyed the First Oberon Guards completely.[5] This fight also gave the Wolves insight into how the Inner Sphere would fight.[6] The command element then neutralized Skelvik.[7] Moved to Leoben, where they faced significant guerrilla resistance they were unprepared for.[8] In August of 3050 elements of the Eleventh assaulted Hohenems and quickly took the world. At the same time, the remainder of the unit attacked Kufstein and took that world after seven days of fighting.[9]

They later invaded Radstadt along with the Red Keshik and the rest of Delta Galaxy. The Guards faced the heavy 'Mechs of the 4th Drakons early in the fighting and were stopped by the Free Rasalhague Republic unit. Supporting Elemental forces were able to get behind the Rasalhague defenders and caused them to withdraw. The cluster continued its advance towards Radstat's capital, surviving several ambushes by the defenders.[10] The Eleventh managed to skirt the Fourth's flanks and won the battle.[11]

In November 3051 the Eleventh landed on Vorarlburg and quickly took the planet from the world's defenders.[12] Four months later they invaded Carse. They grounded on the southern continent, which allowed the Second Freemen to identify the Clan units before they faced the Wolves. The Freemen fought well, but ultimately had to withdraw.[13]

On Tukayyid, the Eleventh fought the 278th Division, and were instrumental in the capture of the city of Skupo that was one of the Wolves main objectives.[14]

Post Invasion[edit]

In 3054 the Eleventh was posted to Kirchbach. [15]

Officers[edit]

In 2833 the unit was commanded by Star Colonel Ma Carns.[2]

Star Colonel John Ward commanded the unit in 3052.[16]

Tactics[edit]

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Composition[edit]

3052[edit]

Eleventh Wolf Guards [17]

  • Supernova Command
  • Trinary First Striker
  • Trinary Second Striker
  • Binary Battle
  • Trinary Figher

Gallery[edit]

Rules[edit]

During the Widowmaker Absorption, the Eleventh's light and medium 'Mechs could be chosen from the appropriate RAT. They rolled normally for heavy 'Mechs, but cannot deploy assault class 'Mechs. In addition, each pilot (PC or NPC) in the Eleventh has one point of Edge they can use to re-roll a piloting skill roll or weapon attack roll. This roll can only happen once per game.[2]

References[edit]

  1. Wolf Clan Sourcebook, p. 98
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Operational Turning Points: Widowmaker Absorption, p. 13
  3. Operational Turning Points: Widowmaker Absorption, p. 25-26
  4. Operational Turning Points: Widowmaker Absorption, p. 27-28
  5. Wolf Clan Sourcebook, p. 27-28
  6. Wolf Clan Sourcebook]], p. 56
  7. Wolf Clan Sourcebook, p. 58
  8. Wolf Clan Sourcebook, p. 59
  9. Wolf Clan Sourcebook, p. 62
  10. Wolf Clan Sourcebook, p. 38
  11. Wolf Clan Sourcebook, p. 39
  12. Wolf Clan Sourcebook, p. 65
  13. Wolf Clan Sourcebook, p. 69
  14. Wolf Clan Sourcebook, p. 51
  15. Objective Raids, p. 32
  16. Wolf Clan Sourcebook, p. 100
  17. Wolf Clan Sourcebook, p. 72

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