MechWarrior (1989 Video Game)

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Although it is an official BattleTech product, the subject of this article does not meet the current criteria for Canon for the BattleTech universe.
See the article's section on Canonicity for details.

Product information
Type Computer game
Development Dynamix
Publication information
Publisher Activision
First published 1989, 1992, 1993
MSRP $ 49.95[1]
Era Succession Wars era
Timeline 3024 - 3028 and beyond
Series MechWarrior computer games
Followed by MechWarrior 2

MechWarrior is a 1989 computer game published by Activision that is set in the BattleTech universe. The game was originally released on MSDOS, but to coincide with the release of BattleTech in Japan it got ported to the systems popular there at the time. These ports for X68000 and PC-98 were released under the name BattleTech: Stolen Chalice and were created by Victor Musical Industries, Inc.. They are identical to the 1989 release, except for completely new, high quality pixel art.

A SNES port of the game exists, but in this version the backstory was altered and it has a different main protagonist, among other changes; it should be regarded as a separate game (see MechWarrior (SNES)).


In the PC game, the player (as Gideon Braver) takes command of the Blazing Aces mercenary unit in his quest to uncover a hideous plot, retrieve a vital artifact and avenge the murder of his family within only five years. He gets to manage the unit's finances and negotiate contracts, can purchase and sell BattleMechs, hire and fire other MechWarriors for the unit (which can thus grow up to Lance size), and controls Gideon's 'Mech in combat. Most importantly, however, he must follow leads and gather information about the events on his homeworld. Ultimately, he must find and defeat the Dark Wing unit to reclaim his heritage.

Text scenes in the game sometimes require the player to choose between the alternatives on how to proceed. Choosing the wrong alternative can result in Gideon's death. It is also possible for Gideon to die during the 'Mech combat, but this rarely happens and usually requires the direct hit to the cockpit. Returning to Ander's Moon also results in arrest and execution, unless the game's objectives are already entirely accomplished and Gideon's innocence is proven.

Over the course of the game, prominent events taken from various novels are mentioned in the news, covering items from The Gray Death Trilogy (Verthandi Rebellion, Sirius massacre, events on Helm) and The Warrior Trilogy (following the Solaris career of Justin Xiang Allard up to the wedding of Hanse Davion and Melissa Steiner and the subsequent Fourth Succession War).


Computer games are explicitly excluded from the list of products that contribute straight Canon to the BattleTech universe yet at the same time it was stated that the IP owners are "not in total denial about these sources either". It has also expressly been stated that fluff from certain official, licensed products (namely certain computer games including those produced by Activision) can be assumed to be part of the shared universe as long as it is "not directly contradicted, and makes sense".

Plot summary[edit]

Game opening screen


Gideon Braver Vandenburg is the son of Duke Cameron Vandenburg of Ander's Moon. The world was colonized centuries ago by the Vandenburg and McBrin families and was rewarded with a Dukedom by Prince Davion for the valor of its warriors in the Succession Wars. Upon the death of the old Duke, the new Duke is elected by the Council of Representatives and anointed with oil from the sacred Chalice of Herne, an ancient artifact from old Terra that had come to symbolize the office of Duke. The title has thus passed between Houses Vandenburg and McBrin over the centuries, creating a bitter rivalry.

On March 1, 3024, Gideon Braver Vandenburg left Castle Vandenburg, his father's stronghold, for an inspection of the family's holdings. Upon his return two days later he found that a Lance of BattleMechs had attacked the Castle, killed his family and stolen the Chalice of Herne along with other treasure. This turned out to be an intrigue by Jarris McBrin, who coveted the title of Duke for himself. To discredit and vanquish House Vandenburg, McBrin forged evidence to suggest that they had worked with and then double-crossed the pirates. He failed to convince the Council of Representatives to elect him Duke, however. Instead, they chose to delay the election of a new Duke until Gideon Braver Vandenburg had reached adulthood (23 years of age) on April 8, 3029.

Shortly after the Council's decision, Gideon Braver Vandenburg found himself falsely accused of conspiracy and crimes against the state and was forced to flee off-world. Jordan Rowe, a friend of the Vandenburg family, provided him with safe passage on a DropShip, some money and an old Jenner. Upon arriving at a nearby world, he abbreviated his name to Gideon Braver to avoid "complications", and created a small mercenary outfit, the Blazing Aces.

Game storyline[edit]

Inquiries about the insignia seen on the BattleMechs that had pillaged Castle Vandenburg point Gideon to Grig Griez, a wanted crimelord operating from within the Draconis Combine. On Land's End he finally meets one of Griez's henchmen. Eventually, Gideon Braver gets to meet Grig Griez in person and agrees to deliver a message to one of Griez's agents on Dustball in exchange for information.

On Dustball, the recipient who calls himself Brown draws a gun on Gideon Braver (apparently acting as the message ordered him to do) but does not kill him when the "message" turns out to contain a deadly poison; Griez obviously wanted both Gideon Braver and Brown dead. Brown then tips Gideon off to a JumpShip named the Stone Arrow, a smuggler ship operated by a man known as Kangaroo Jack. To contact him, Gideon tracks down Jack's estranged brother who serves as a Scorpion pilot with Smithson's Chinese Bandits on garrison duty in the Free Worlds League. He points Gideon to a world in the Federated Suns where Jack "has a woman". Immediately after meeting with the Scorpion pilot, another assassination attempt is made against Gideon Braver near the garrison's Saladin hovertank garages - he suddenly finds himself under attack from a sniper with a heavy gyroslug carbine. The attack is carried on the news on the next day, where it is reported that terrorists attacked the 5th Armored Rangers at their garages.

In the Federated Suns, a man named Kearny is named as a contact to meet Kangaroo Jack. Kearny gives Gideon a slip of paper with an address where Gideon is to meet with Kearny in one hour if he wants to meet Jack, and also informs Gideon that it had been the Black Widow Company who had been moved to Ander's Moon with the Stone Arrow and attacked Castle Vandenburg bearing false unit insignia. However, Kangaroo Jack is murdered before Gideon can meet him.

(The player can choose whether or not to go to the address indicated by Kearny's note. If he does, he finds Kangaroo Jack dead and is assaulted by the assassin, whom Gideon then either kills in self defense, or is killed. Regardless of whether or not the player elects to visit the address, however, the newscast will subsequently report the death of Kangaroo Jack at the hands of a gangland assassin known as "Grim Jim", who was also found dead at the murder site.)

For a lack of other leads Gideon Braver then approaches Natasha Kerensky, commander of the Black Widow Company, in a bar in the Draconis Combine. Confronted with the accusations, Kerensky denies any involvement and a barfight ensues where only the intervention of a mysterious woman named Tasha saves Gideon Braver from a very severe beating by the Black Widows. Tasha reveals herself as a MI6 operative to Gideon and later provides him with data files that reveal a Draconis Combine company, Matabushi Incorporated, to be behind the Dark Wing and the attack on Castle Vandenburg as part of their Operation INROAD. She also reveals Kearny as a Kurita agent working for the ISF; the Black Widows really had nothing to do with it. Kearny had just set Gideon up to get himself killed by the Black Widows. On the sidelines, Jordan Rowe is also implied to be working for Matabushi.

Following a message to seek out alleged MIIO agent Kearny on Albiero, Gideon winds up in an attack by the MI6 against the Matabushi HQ there that culminates in a showdown aboard a Karnov heavy transport helicopter between Tasha and Kearny, accusing each other of being Kurita operatives at gunpoint before Gideon's eyes. Gideon elects to trust Tasha who subdues Kearny and explains that the MI6 had an independent mission against Matabushi underway, but saw Gideon Braver as having the same target. Her own mission accomplished, she provides the Blazing Aces with detailed data on the whereabouts of the Chalice of Herne, which is guarded by the Dark Wing for Matabushi. She also hands him a share of the loot: 5,000,000 C-Bills.

With this information, Gideon Braver Vandenburg and the Blazing Aces eventually find and defeat the Dark Wing, and reclaim the Chalice of Herne within five years after it had been stolen from Ander's Moon. The retrieval of the Chalice, together with the data disk on Operation Inroad, clear the Vandenburg name and the family title and honor is restored.

Over the course of his adventures, Gideon Braver accepted many short term contracts for the Blazing Aces from one or more Successor States of the Inner Sphere.

(It is theoretically possible to win the game without ever accepting a mercenary contract or hiring another member for the Blazing Aces, but managing the unit, building it up and improving it to the point where it can take on the Dark Wing with any hope of success is what the game is really about.)


Featured BattleMechs[edit]

Within the game's combat sequences, only eight different 'Mech designs are available for either side: Locust, Jenner, Phoenix Hawk, Shadow Hawk, Rifleman, Warhammer, Marauder and BattleMaster.

Neither the player and his unit nor enemy forces can acquire or field 'Mechs of any other type. However, over the course of the storyline, a Scorpion features prominently in the narrative and yet other 'Mech models (including Atlas and Griffin) are mentioned at various points in the game, although they are not playable.

The game data files do contain the stats for the Wasp and Wolverine, but they are not playable either.[citation needed]


The player can recruit lancemates from numerous applicants, although experienced MechWarriors only become available once the unit has gained a certain reputation. They can be hired and fired at the player's discretion, and can also die in battle. There are 24 men and 18 women, and 21 character portraits depict the crew in the game (each portrait is shared by 2 characters). The pool of available personnel includes a variety of minor characters (with their respective starting skill at Gunnery/'Mech Pilot), some of whom are recurring characters in the BattleTech universe:


Name Gunry [sic] Pilot Pay Description
T. D. Bente Poor Average 400
Billy Chow Average Average 600
Kevin Call Good Excellent 1,000 formerly of the Gray Death Legion
A. Cooper Good Average 1,000 a MechWarrior from the Federated Suns
Jim Eagle Excellent Good 2,000 who formerly served in the recon lance, Lindon's Company
Ted Hegel Average Poor 600 who lost his 'Mech in a brush with the Black Widow
B. Hendrik Average Good 600 who started with Narhal's Raiders
J. Holmaas Excellent Excellent 2,000
Darc Horse Good Excellent 1,000 who claims to "work alone or with Team Banzai" otherwise
"Killer" Good Good 1,000 a psychopath who enjoys killing
G. Lofall Excellent Good 2,000
"Nasty Bill" Excellent Excellent 2,000
Z. Rodgers Poor Average 400 a former Tech in Little Richard's Panzer Brigade
Pete Ryan Good Average 1,000
Tim Seers Poor Poor 400
Tank Smith Good Excellent 1,000
"Tricky Nik" Good Good 1,000 who previously worked for Redjack Ryan
T. Rich Average Poor 600 who worked with Hansen's Roughriders
R. Torsak Good Excellent 1,000 a former Marauder pilot with the 21st Centauri Lancers
Kelly T. Average Good 600
Bob True Poor Poor 400
Kinji Tsi Excellent Excellent 2,000 a follower of Bushido
Alex Veer Average Good 600 who got his training on the gaming world of Solaris
John Zoe Average Average 600 who previously worked with Wolf's Dragoons


Name Gunry [sic] Pilot Pay Description
Ara Good Average 1,000
Rose Artz Good Average 1,000 formerly a Thunderbolt pilot with the Eridani Light Horse
Karen Blak Average Poor 600
Tara Ellis Average Good 600 formerly a Griffin pilot with the Eridani Light Horse
Erin Falls Good Excellent 1,000
Elli Gujar Poor Poor 400
JJ Kitter Good Excellent 1,000 who "spent some time with the Waco Rangers and Miller's Marauders"
A. Chu Lai Excellent Excellent 2,000 formerly a Javelin pilot in Winston's Scout Lance, Waco Rangers
Ilsa Marn Average Good 600 a self-proclaimed expert at covert operations
Emma Meyer Excellent Good 2,000 who previously worked in scout and strike lances in Brion's Legion
S. Miller Average Good 600 who claims she "practically grew up in the 3rd Recon Company"
A. Morris Good Average 1,000 who had her Locust shot out from under her in a Kurita raid
Pam North Average Poor 600 whose last tour was with the 12th Vegan Rangers
Taris Ren Poor Poor 400
D. Sajak Poor Average 400 who says "D is for Desire."
Chaney Ti Excellent Excellent 2,000
Zera Tith Excellent Good 2,000 whose "last gig was Helmar Valasek"
"TJ" Average Poor 600

Featured Planetary data[edit]

The world of Ander's Moon is not mentioned anywhere else in the BattleTech canon, but its position on the game's somewhat warped starmap roughly corresponds with Elidere IV, as does much of the political and economical information.

Only a fraction of the worlds from the BattleTech universe can be visited in the game - 30 planets from each House except for House Liao who have only 25 worlds on the game map; no periphery worlds can be travelled to. A short one-line description is provided for each of these worlds, as is a population estimate and a rough impression of the environment as either tropical, ice or desert. The data given is as follows:

House Planet Environment Population Description
Kurita Albiero Desert 856,000,000 Main headquarters for Matabushi Inc
Kurita Alshain Tropical 2,759,000,000 Supports a thriving BattleMech factory
Kurita Benjamin Tropical 4,655,000,000 Supports much heavy industry
Kurita Buckminster Tropical 2,641,000,000 2nd Sword of Light stationed here
Kurita Delacruz Desert 879,000,000 War torn - some large industry
Kurita Dieron Desert 5,284,000,000 Capital of the Dieron Military District
Kurita Galedon V Tropical 1,595,000,000 Known for its high grade industrial diamonds
Kurita Galuzzo Tropical 2,945,000,000 Exotic wines and the best pizza in known space
Kurita Irurzun Tropical 5,090,000,000 A valuable world housing a sizable military force
Kurita Karbala Tropical 1,841,000,000 Tropical paradise - known for its precious gems
Kurita Kaznejov Desert 1,009,000,000 Home of the 17th Galedon Regulars
Kurita Kessel Desert 2,310,000,000 Strong rebel forces - visits may be dangerous
Kurita Kirchbach Tropical 784,000,000 Few resources but a temperate climate
Kurita Land's End Ice 123,000,000 Desolate rock on the periphery
Kurita Luthien Tropical 5,203,000,000 Capital of the Draconis Combine
Kurita Matsuida Tropical 1,009,000,000 Nicknamed 'Nausea' - planet is known for seafood
Kurita Misery Ice 100,000,000 Notable only for mining operations
Kurita New Samarkand Desert 950,000,000 Home of the Internal Security Force
Kurita Oshika Desert 4,207,000,000 Home of the 16th Galedon Regulars
Kurita Pesht Tropical 4,890,000,000 Heavy military garrison
Kurita Proserpina Desert 1,872,000,000 Home of the 9th Benjamin Regulars
Kurita Qandahar Desert 2,304,000,000 Highly toxic environment
Kurita Radstadt Tropical 841,000,000 One of the largest prisons of the Combine is here
Kurita Rasalhague Tropical 2,284,000,000 Large industries and plentiful resources
Kurita Rubigen Ice 2,932,000,000 An ice world known for its wolverine pelts
Kurita Skokie Ice 765,000,000 An ice world rich in minerals
Kurita Tabayama Tropical 2,000,000,000 Capital of Galedon's periphery prefecture
Kurita Thestria Ice 125,000,000 Frozen ball known only for precious metal deposits
Kurita Vega Desert 2,284,000,000 Home of Cosby Myomer Research Company
Kurita Xinyang Tropical 1,010,000,000 Resort atmosphere catering to soldiers on leave
Steiner Alarion Tropical 2,434,000,00 Heavy industry and orbiting shipyards
Steiner Alexandria Desert 2,450,000,000 War ravaged from struggles with House Kurita
Steiner Anembo Desert 450,000,000 Unremarkable world scarce in everything
Steiner Anywhere Ice 5,000,000 A real nowhere unless you're a pirate
Steiner Arcadia Tropical 1,323,000,000 Strong in agriculture and manufacturing
Steiner Bountiful Harvest Tropical 3,275,000,000 Largest agricultural planet in the Commonwealth
Steiner Carse Ice 1,453,000,000 Center for plastic and plastisteel manufacturing
Steiner Chuckchi III [sic] Tropical 2,500,000,000 Large titanium mining operations
Steiner Coventry Tropical 1,549,000,000 Home of 2nd largest Commonwealth BattleMech Co
Steiner Dixie Tropical 2,567,000,000 Known for good food and warm hospitality
Steiner Donegal Tropical 3,651,000,000 Rich in diamonds, rare metals, and traders
Steiner Dustball Desert 25,000,000 Where the elite satisfy their most wicked desires
Steiner Garrison Desert 1,879,000,000 Military training center and post
Steiner Hesperus II Desert 235,000,000 Supports a large BattleMech factory
Steiner Kobe Ice 1,009,000,000 Major producer of electronics and chemical engines
Steiner Mizar Tropical 2,186,000,000 A pleasant resort world
Steiner Niangol Tropical 567,000,000 Petroleum and ore processing center
Steiner Port Moseby Desert 4,535,000,000 Major trading center - anything for a price
Steiner Poulsbo Tropical 1,239,000,000 Jumping off point for regiments attacking Marik
Steiner Rahne Desert 1,234,000,000 A miserable place - 2 seasons allow humans outside
Steiner Sevren Desert 1,543,000,000 Large fission core manufacturing facilities
Steiner Skye Tropical 3,256,000,000 Plenty of unspoiled landscape as well as industry
Steiner Suk II Desert 987,000,000 Mining world rich in metal ores
Steiner Tamar Tropical 879,000,000 Strong trading and manufacturing center
Steiner Tharkad Ice 4,529,000,000 Capital of the Lyran Commonwealth
Steiner Thorin Tropical 3,879,000,000 Ancient world rich in minerals and precious gems
Steiner Timbiqui Desert 1,506,000,000 Manufacturing center rich in minerals
Steiner Timbuktu Desert 879,000,000 Home of the 11th Arcturan Guards
Steiner Valloire Tropical 879,000,000 Producer of the best teas in the Commonwealth
Steiner Winfield Tropical 1,150,000,000 Agricultural world with long growing season
Marik Alula Australis Tropical 3,119,000,000 Mineral source for Cirebon, Lengkong, and Mosiro
Marik Amity Tropical 2,324,000,000 Large and varied manufacturing facilities
Marik Andurien Tropical 4,950,000,000 Famous for its botanical gardens
Marik Angell II Tropical 1,145,000,000 One of Marik's biggest sources of wealth
Marik Atreus Tropical 5,391,000,000 Capital of the Free Worlds League
Marik Autumn Wind Desert 3,297,000,000 Garden planet catering to vacationers
Marik Calloway VI Tropical 1,250,000,000 Large trade center with BattleMech factories
Marik Chalouba Tropical 2,416,000,000 Pastoral but with growing electronics industry
Marik Cirebon Tropical 4,631,000,000 Large computer and aerospace industries
Marik Claybrooke Tropical 3,592,000,000 Major exports are ranch and dairy products
Marik Gibson Desert 4,137,000,000 Amazing diversity of peoples and religions
Marik Goodna Tropical 3,491,000,000 A planet filled with rare edible delicacies
Marik Griffith Ice 2,461,000,000 Small but important weapons business
Marik Irian Desert 2,169,000,000 Houses vast BattleMech factories
Marik Lesnovo Desert 2,631,000,000 Often raided by bandits of the Marian Hegemony
Marik Marik Desert 4,780,000,000 Winter residence of the Captain-General
Marik Mosiro Desert 3,399,000,000 Mostly moslem, strong in astrophysics and the arts
Marik Nestor Tropical 3,286,000,000 Agricultural mostly rice and other cereals
Marik New Delos Tropical 2,110,000,000 Beautiful world but a depressed economy
Marik Oliver Tropical 2,329,000,000 Much industry including a Mech plant
Marik Oriente Tropical 3,972,000,000 Lush, green world of rolling grassland and forests
Marik Procyon Tropical 5,250,000,000 Once home to the Brigadier Mech Co. - now extinct
Marik Regulus Tropical 3,139,000,000 Home of John 'Icepick' Melton, man of many talents
Marik Sadurni Ice 456,000,000 A frozen, barren, lifeless rock - see you there
Marik Shiloh Desert 1,000,000 Main exports include woodcarvings and silkscreens
Marik Silver Desert 1,756,000,000 Named for its large deposits of that ore
Marik Sophie's World Desert 4,512,000,000 A center for the arts and learning
Marik Suzano Ice 1,546,000,000 Famous for Ando Bass fished from its frozen seas
Marik Tamarind Desert 3,562,000,000 The talent of the artists here is legendary
Marik Zortman Desert 879,000,000 Center for technology research
Liao Aldebaran Tropical 4,261,000,000 Major commercial and industrial center
Liao Ares Desert 4,227,000,000 Free port, also houses a Mech factory
Liao Betelgeuse Tropical 3,792,000,000 Major industrial center including a Mech complex
Liao Bharat Tropical 1,817,000,000 A planetwide hunting preserve
Liao Bithinia Tropical 3,298,000,000 Planetwide entertainment center - steel industry
Liao Buenos Aires Tropical 2,186,000,000 Subterranean and offshore hydroponic agriculture
Liao Capella Tropical 5,375,000,000 HQ for Ceres Metals and Capellan Commonality Bank
Liao Exedor Desert 1,000,000 Liao personal treasures guarded by crack troops
Liao Grand Base Desert 3,467,000,000 Military staging, training and repair facility
Liao Keid Tropical 4,573,000,000 Many military, training and research facilities
Liao Matsu Ice 2,153,000,000 Precious metals mining center
Liao Menke Tropical 4,514,000,000 Home of McCarron's Armored Cavalry
Liao Milos Tropical 3,481,000,000 Agricultural world of some strategic importance
Liao Nanking Tropical 5,918,000,000 Home of the Warrior House Daidachi Regiment
Liao Necromo Desert 1,000,000 Liao Dropship repair facility
Liao New Hessen Desert 2,139,000,000 Main recruiting and training center for House Liao
Liao Raballa Tropical 3,871,000,000 Houses major aerospace support installation
Liao Sian Tropical 4,796,000,000 Capital of the Capellan Confederation
Liao Styk Tropical 4,725,000,000 2nd largest trading and industrial center
Liao Tall Trees Tropical 964,000,000 Genetic research facility which developed Nuplague
Liao Tikonov Tropical 5,279,000,000 Largest Mech production center in Capellan space
Liao Tsinghai Tropical 4,185,000,000 Best known for its wines, also uranium deposits
Liao Turin Tropical 3,267,000,000 Noted for its horses and special cattle
Liao Warlock Ice 4,128,000,000 Military research and development center
Liao Zanzibar Desert 1,549,000,000 Famous black market - anything can be bought here
Davion Ander's Moon Desert 50,000,000 Small backwater world mostly agricultural
Davion Baxley Desert 1,752,000,000 A real backwater world of absolutely no importance
Davion Beecher Tropical 3,689,000,000 Strong industry and agriculture, excellent wines
Davion Caph Desert 2,349,000,000 Major connection between Davion and Steiner space
Davion Cogdell Tropical 1,536,000,000 Agri-world in deep political turmoil
Davion Delacambre Tropical 3,215,000,000 Agricultural world supporting several near planets
Davion Frazer Tropical 899,000,000 Large producer of rice, some petroleum
Davion Galax Desert 3,527,000,000 Major mining and industrial center
Davion Gambler [sic] Tropical 2,145,000,000 Entertainment world with some industry
Davion Great Gorge Desert 1,988,000,000 Nice world rich in minerals on the edge of nowhere
Davion Greely [sic] Ice 1,492,000,000 Recently rebuilt into a military center
Davion Hobbs Desert 1,325,000,000 Giant cave systems here used as warehouses
Davion Hoff Tropical 1,263,000,000 Houses the Friden Aerospace research facility
Davion Hyalite Desert 1,598,000,000 Strong chemical industries
Davion Immenstadt Ice 21,000,000 Cold much of the year, strong hydroponic industry
Davion Kathil Desert 1,567,000,000 Major Jumpship and Dropship facilities
Davion Kesai IV Desert 1,426,000,000 Strategic military center and nothing else
Davion Kittery Tropical 2,381,000,000 Inhospitable jungle world, natives in rebellion
Davion Mallory's World Tropical 2,163,000,000 Once plentiful agri-world now war torn
Davion Marduk Tropical 3,691,000,000 Home of the Norse BattleMech Works
Davion Moravian Desert 2,157,000,000 Mining industry smashed by war, depressed economy
Davion New Aragon Tropical 2,349,000,000 Captured in 2832, House Liao still claims it
Davion New Avalon Tropical 5,876,000,000 Capital of the Federated Suns
Davion New Syrtis Ice 3,682,000,000 Military capital of the Capellan March
Davion Noatak Ice 1,389,000,000 Known for its whales, seals and aquatic life
Davion Okefenokee Tropical 478,000,000 Rich petroleum deposits just discovered
Davion Redfield Tropical 1,004,000,000 Such a constant battlefield nothing else happens
Davion Robinson Tropical 3,428,000,000 Military capital of the Terran March
Davion Tancredi IV Tropical 3,251,000,000 Strong mining and industrial center
Davion Xhosa VII Tropical 2,975,000,000 Aerospace industry somewhat depressed by war



  1. According to a review in Dragon Magazine #161 (September 1990), p. 48


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