Cranston Snord

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Cranston Snord with his daughter Rhonda Snord

Cranston Snord was a famed mercenary leader and the founder of Snord's Irregulars. He was also a former member of Wolf's Dragoons. [1]


History[edit]

Originally entering the Inner Sphere as part of the Wolf Dragoons in 3005 Cranston Snord was detailed in 3006 to search for SLDF bases under the cover of having been discharged from the Dragoons after having left his post to search for artworks during a battle on Royal. [citation needed]

Since his separation from Wolf's Dragoons and the formation of his own unit he fought many battles. Sometimes for House Steiner or Marik. He is famed for his unorthodox tactics and seeming obsession with historical memorabilia.

Cranston Snord suffered a heart attack in the spring of 3034 that left him handicapped, and effectively ended his MechWarrior career. He gradually turned from active mercenary to researcher and intelligence gatherer on Clinton, and the day-to-day running of the mercenary outfit was taken over by his daughter Rhonda[2]. Several other old members of the unit also retired or mustered out during this time.

In 3037, Cranston Snord secretly travelled to the late Janos Marik's tomb together with Jake Walmar. On April 11 they broke into the tomb to drink a toast to Janos from the brandy they had secured on Nestor back in 3013.

Despite his injuries and retirement, Snord reportedly continued to pilot BattleMechs well into his 70s. [3]

Family & Legacy[edit]

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Portrait Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Wolf Dragoons (sourcebook), p.128
  2. Rhonda's Irregulars (scenario pack), p. 16
  3. Field Manual: Mercenaries, Revised p. 102

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