NAIS The Fourth Succession War Military Atlas Volume 2

NAIS The Fourth Succession War Military Atlas Volume 2
Product information
Type Sourcebook
Author Boy F. Petersen, Jr.
Sam Lewis (Unit Listings)
Development Jordan Weisman (Production Manager)
Tara Gallagher (Production Coordinator)
L. Ross Babcock III (Editor-In-Chief)
Donna Ippolito (Senior Editor)
Jim Musser (Editor)
C. R. Green (Editorial Assistant)
Pages 128
Cover artwork Roger Loveless (Art)
Jim Nelson (Design)
Interior artwork Dana Knutson (Art Director)
Illustrations Jonathan Marcus
Publication information
Publisher FASA
Product code 1635
First published 1989
ISBN-10 1555600883
ISBN-13 978-1555600884
MSRP 15,95 US $
Era Succession Wars era
Timeline January 3029 - January 3030
Preceded by NAIS The Fourth Succession War Military Atlas Volume 1


The NAIS The Fourth Succession War Military Atlas Volume 2 provides an overview of the 4th Succession War from the end of "The Lull" (a quiet phase lasting roughly from January 3029 to May 3029) up to the end of the War on 19th February 3030.

From the back cover[edit]


100,000,000 Dead.

600,000,000 Injured.

80,000,000,000,000 C-Bills worth of property destroyed.

The Fourth Succession War—so brilliantly planned, so perfectly executed, and so dramatically announced, has become far more than Hanse Davion ever anticipated. The battles continue, and the toll is huge, the highest in almost 100 years.

Here is told, in strategic terms, the history of the war from January 3029 to January 3030. The campaigns, the tactics, and the battles themselves, compiled from reports by the commanders and MechWarriors who fought them. Learn the planets that changed hands, and why.

Full-color maps depict the movement of forces, battlefield terrain, and the cities and other objectives they fought for. BattleForce statistics are included for 50 key regiments, such as the Genyosha and the Kell Hounds. Hundreds of BattleTech engagements can be generated from these stats using a simple conversion table.


  • Prologue
  • The Lull
    • Public Reaction
    • Economic Effects
    • Continuing Conflict
  • End of the War
    • Peace Pact
    • Conclusion
  • Postscript
  • Acknowledgments
  • Unit Organizations