Technical Readout: 3085

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Technical Readout: 3085
Product information
Type Technical Readout
Development Joel Bancroft-Connors
Primary writing Joel Bancroft-Connors
Herb A. Beas II
Randall Bills
Roland Boshnack
Craig Erne
Johannes Heidler
Ken' Horner
David McCulloch
Luke Robertson
Ben H. Rome
Jason Schmetzer
Paul Sjardjin
Joel Steverson
Geoff Swift
Chris Wheeler
Pages 315
Cover artwork Doug Chaffee
Illustrations Doug Chaffee
Brent Evans
Joel Hardwick
Stephen Huda
Alex Iglesias
Chris Lewis
Justin Nelson
Eric Ou

Matt Plog
Chad Segesketter
Stanley VonMedvey
David White

Publication information
Publisher Catalyst Game Labs
Product code CAT 35131
First published 2010
Content
Era Dark Age era
Jihad era

Contents

[edit] Description

Technical Readout: 3085 a post-Jihad book on various BattleMechs, Infantry Units, Aerospace Fighters, Combat Vehicles and other combat and non-combat related elements of Battletech.

[edit] From the back cover

In December 3076, Devlin Stone marshaled the nations of the Inner Sphere and began Operation SCOUR. The two-year final push to Terra was the bloodiest fighting seen in centuries. In the end, Terra had been freed with the Word of Blake scattered to the darkest corners of the universe. Stepping into that vacuum, Stone forged a new “Terran Hegemony” in The Republic of the Sphere. With the end of the Jihad, the survivors are rebuilding their shattered armies, introducing new machines to replace those whose factories ceased to exist in the fires of the Jihad.

BattleTech Technical Readout: 3085 gives a detailed look at the machines introduced during the waning days of the Jihad and into the founding days of Devlin Stone’s Republic of the Sphere. This book includes the latest ’Mechs, battle armor, aerospace and vehicles as well as new late-Jihad support vehicles. In addition, this sourcebook heralds the long-awaited update of Technical Readout: Project Phoenix, featuring brand-new art and additional variants. Conventional infantry make their Technical Readout debut with fifty-six individual infantry formations from classic foot infantry to xeno-planetary soldiers. And finally, after more than twenty years of silence, Land-Air BattleMechs explode back into a Technical Readout with a look at the original four LAMs and their Star League history.

[edit] Contents

  • Introduction
  • The Cutting Edge
  • Project Phoenix

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[edit] Notes