Bloodright (scenario pack)

This article is about the scenario pack. For the Clan term, see Bloodright.

Product information
Type Scenario
Development Mike Nystul
Donna Ippolito (Senior Editor)
Sharon Turner Mulvihill (Assistant Editor)
Primary writing Blaine Pardoe
Pages 80
Cover artwork Les Dorscheid
Illustrations Joel Biske
Jeff Laubenstein
Dan Smith
Scott Rosema
Chuck Harris
Ellen Kopp (maps)
Publication information
Publisher FASA
Product code 1666
First published 1992
ISBN-10 1555601782
ISBN-13 978-1555601782
MSRP 8.00 US $
Era Clan Invasion era
Timeline 3053


A RPG scenario designed for a group of Clan Steel Viper warriors, Bloodright sends the players on a quest to confront and defeat descendants from SLDF General Frederick Hallis, a manhunt across the Inner Sphere. Another group from Clan Nova Cat is hunting the same targets.

From the back cover[edit]

When the Star League crumbled, General Aleksandr Kerensky led most of the Star League army into the unexplored space, determined to create a new society free of the Inner Sphere's madness. One Clan dared to defy Kerensky's legacy and was wiped out, its name erased from Clan history. Convinced that remnants of the Not-Named Clan still survived, Clan leaders created a rite to ensure the death of any whose heritage would be traced to these traitors. Clan warriors discovered descendants of the Not-Named Clan during the invasion of the Inner Sphere. Their law decreed that these survivors must die, and now their children must also die.

The Bloodright has begun...

Bloodright is a roleplaying adventure for MechWarrior: Second Edition. Set in the BattleTech universe of the year 3053, the adventure is for Clan player characters. The story opens on the battlefield of Tukayyid, and sends the characters on a quest across the Inner Sphere that could bring them honor and glory, or disgrace. The adventure includes new Clan archetypes, new OmniMechs, complete statistics for the Broadsword-class DropShip, and a section on roleplaying Clan characters.

Plot synopsis[edit]

In 2784, General Aleksandr Kerensky led a large portion of the Star League army on an exodus out of the war-torn Inner Sphere. A decade later his son, Nicholas Kerensky, rebuilt the refugees into the Clans. In these early days, one Clan rejected Kerensky's leadership and rebelled. In retaliation Clan Wolverine was annihilated, its people killed or sterilized, and its very name wiped from the histories of the Clans. Forever they would be known as the Not-Named Clan.

For centuries, rumors have circulated that some warriors of the Not-Named Clan survived the pogrom. When the Clan returned to the Inner Sphere, they found evidence that some "Spheriods" carried the same genes as the Not-Named Clan. Captain Bordon Hallis of the Com Guard, slain in the epic Battle of Tukayyid, was a direct descendant of General Frederick Hallis of the SLDF, who was a Bloodnamed warrior of the Not-Named Clan. By Clan law, if all descendants of a Bloodname of the Not-Named Clan are killed in battle, their vanquishers can earn the right of creating a new Bloodright and house.

In the Bloodright scenario pack, the players belong to the Beta Striker Star of the 250th Assault Cluster of Clan Steel Viper's Alpha Galaxy, the unit that defeated Bordon Hallis in battle. The players are given the opportunity to track down Hallis' warrior relatives, kill them in battle, and lay claim the right to establish their own Bloodright and house within their clan.


  • Introduction
    • How to Use this Book
    • The Story So Far
    • Plot Synopsis
    • Getting Started
  • Episode 1: Strike on Morges
    • Front Door or Back?
    • The Inside Story
  • Episode 2: Raid on Rutbak
    • Hide and Seek
    • Babes in the Woods
    • A Matter of Honor
  • Episode 3: Old Foes and New
    • Lukewarm Reception
    • Into the Breach
    • The Trial
  • Episode 4: Wrath of the Light Horse
    • Face to Face
    • End of the Line
    • Backstabbing
  • Endgame
    • Awarding Adventure Points
    • The Bloodname
    • Loose Ends
  • Research
  • Cast of Characters
  • Sourcebook
  • Player Handouts