MechWarrior (omnibus)

Emblem-important.svg Apocryphal Product
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.


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MechWarrior
Product information
Type Novels (omnibus edition)
Author Stephen Kenson
Blaine Lee Pardoe
Mel Odom
Pages 832
Cover artwork Jürgen Rogner
Publication information
Publisher Heyne
Product code 6250
First published 2001
ISBN-10 3453179412
ISBN-13 978-3453179417
MSRP 19,56 DM
10,00 €
Content
Content (see text)
Era Clan Invasion era
Timeline 30593062

MechWarrior is a German-language omnibus print published by Heyne in 2001 as #50 in their line of German BattleTech novels. It comprises of three individual novels previously published under the "MechWarrior" moniker, namely Väterchen Frost (Ghost of Winter), Triumphgebrüll (Roar of Honor) and Blutsverrat (By Blood Betrayed).

From the back cover (translated from German)[edit]

The grand MECHWARRIOR trilogy

A BattleMech is only worth as much as the MechWarrior piloting it. It takes men and women of extraordinary skill and daring to master the war machines of the 31st century.
These are their stories:

Stephen Kenson: Väterchen Frost
Blaine Lee Pardoe: Triumphgebrüll
Blaine Lee Pardoe and Mel Odom: Blutsverrat

Canonicity[edit]

German BattleTech products are not themselves canonical; as an official foreign language product, this book has been marked as apocryphal accordingly.

The original (English) novels contained in this book are fully canon. MechWarrior merely combines the translated editions into a single volume, but does not alter the content.