This article is about the BattleMech. For other uses, see Tsunami (disambiguation).

Tsunami (1).JPG
Production information
Manufacturer Omnitech Industries
Production Year 3063[1]
Model TS-P1D
Class Medium
Cost 4,693,360 C-bills
Technical specifications
Mass 40 tons
Chassis Omnitech TS-1 Standard
Armor Lexington Limited High Grade Ferro-Fibrous with CASE
Engine Pitban 240
Communications System Garret T15B
Targeting Tracking System Garret 500S
Heat Sinks 10 Double Heat Sinks
Speed 97 km/h
Jump Jets Luxor 2/Q
BV (1.0) 1,081
BV (2.0) 1,298[2]


A Solaris VII BattleMech, the Tsunami was originally a workhorse 'Mech that could hold its own on the battlefield as well as in the arenas. It wasn't flashy, it just got the job done. Critics were unimpressed by the original Tsunami, so Omnitech redesigned it to take advantage of new technologies. The updated Tsunami reduces the armor weight but uses Ferro-Fibrous armor to make up the difference in protection. It also has a reduced jumping range of 120 meters. The most interesting change is the use of Triple Strength Myomer, which allows the Tsunami to get a minor speed boost and inflict more damage in physical attacks.[3]

Weapons and Equipment[edit]

The Tsunami's main armament are its three Diverse Optics ER Medium Lasers and its two Federated Barrett Magshots. These are backed up by a single Holly Streak SRM-4 launcher.


  • TS-P1 
    The original Tsunami has standard armor in place of the TS-P1D's Ferro-Fibrous. It lacks the later model's Triple Strength Myomer but carries two more jump jets. Instead of the Magshots it carried two Machine Guns, as well as a pair of standard Medium Lasers instead of the TS-P1D's ER Lasers.[4] Instead of the Streak SRM-4 launcher it carried a standard SRM-2 launcher. BV (1.0) = ??, BV (2.0) = 933[5]


  1. MUL online date for the Tsunami
  2. Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, p. 237
  3. Technical Readout: 3055 Upgrade, p. 140
  4. Solaris VII: The Game World 'Mech record sheets, p. 16
  5. Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, p. 236