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4th Succession War discrepancy[edit]

The NAIS Atlas Vol. 1 p.22 mentions the destruction of both battalions on Styk, the strongly contradicts the info from the FM:CC. Maybe it would make sense when someone could track down the source of this passage:"A single Fujita MechWarrior who had not reached the evacuation ship in time survived, and later managed to kill a Davion Wolverine pilot and assume his identity with his skills at infiltration. He went on to free numerous other prisoners from Davion captivity, including Techs and other personnel from House Fujita, and even steal a Mammoth class DropShip loaded with BattleMechs in a daring escape." That would mean both battalions are destroyed but with capturing a dropships with the belly full of mechs at least the mech battalion could be reconstructed so the info of both books would make more sense and fit better together.--BigDuke66 12:40, 14 October 2009 (UTC)

Could it been that the writers at the time of the FM:CC didn't read the NAIS Atlas for what happened. I think that what happens alot in these older publications. No cross checking until its too late if never bothered. You should pose question to the writers on the NAIS boards. I would fantom they will cite if they don't have answer to it that newer materials superceds old material. -- Wrangler 13:13, 14 October 2009 (UTC)
The item about the single surviving MechWarrior who went on to infiltrate the Davions and steal an entire DropShip full of goodies is from the story "The Last Confederate" from BattleTechnology#The_Lost_Issues. It was canon when it was published, but BattleTechnology was de-canonized later. Both this story and the NAIS atlas were written in-character by one of the warring parties and could be described as propaganda, explaining their differences. However, the Field Manual:CC is also written in-character by the CC... maybe the canonical fact is that the Davions and Liaos both officially tell different stories about what happened to WH Fujita. Frabby 16:45, 14 October 2009 (UTC)