Technical Readout: 3075

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Technical Readout: 3075
Product information
Type Technical Readout
Development Randall N. Bills
Primary writing Herbert A. Beas II
Randall N. Bills
Ken Horner
Nick Marsala
David McCulloch
Ben Rome
Jason Schmetzer
Paul Sjardijn
Pages 303
Illustrations Ray Arrastia
Doug Chaffee
Brent Evans
Michael Komarck
Duane Loose
Matt Plog
Publication information
Publisher Catalyst Game Labs
Product code 35130
First published 2008
ISBN-10 1934857033
Content
Era Star League era
Jihad era

Description[edit]

Technical Readout: 3075 contains stats for units of all types broken down into two sections. The first sections details weapons of war that were created during the first half of the Jihad, while the second section describes those that first rolled off the production line during the Age of War. In addition to making use of the weapons first seen in Total Warfare, TRO:3075 also contains some units that use non-tournament legal equipment found in Tactical Operations.

From the back cover[edit]

In November 3067 the Second Star League disbanded. The Word of Blake—a splinter group of ComStar—had been on the verge of joining in fulfillment of ancient prophecies. Denied their dream, the Blakists sought to preserve the Star League against the follies of the Houses, but its fanaticism manifested this noble goal as the Jihad: a horrific war that has pitted every faction against each other and even themselves. Against such an anvil, new cutting edge machines of war are marched into the fire. The discovery of an ancient Hegemony Memory Core graphically showcases the desperation of the conflict, as primitive 'Mechs not seen on a battlefield since the dawn of 'Mech production over half a millennia ago once again appear.

Classic BattleTech Technical Readout: 3075 provides a comprehensive look at the latest machines of war debuting during the Jihad: from 'Mechs to battle armor, Support Vehicles to DropShips and more. In addition, a complete "Age of War" section covers the Terran Hegemony and each of the five Great Houses during the Age of War, including the very first BattleMechs produced by each faction and how such machines are starting to appear once more. Each military vehicle is illustrated in detail, accompanied by a description of its history, capabilities, game stats, and some of the unit's most famous pilots.

Contents[edit]

  • Cutting Edge, by Mirza Peter Abdulsattah