Wolf's Dragoons (sourcebook)

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This article is about the sourcebook. For the mercenary unit, see Wolf's Dragoons.


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Wolf's Dragoons
Product information
Type Sourcebook
Development L. Ross Babcock III (Editor-In-Chief)
Donna Ippolito (Senior Editor)
Jim Musser (Editor)
C. R. Green (Editorial Assistant)
Primary writing Anthony Pryor
Pages 128
Cover artwork David R. Dietrick (art)
Jeff Laubenstein (design)
Interior artwork Jim Nelson (Art Director)
Illustrations James L. Nelson
Dana Knutson
Jeff Laubenstein
Earl Geier
Chris Palm
Publication information
Publisher FASA
Product code 1631
First published 1989
ISBN-10 1555600751
ISBN-13 9781555600754
MSRP 12.00 US $
Content
Era Succession Wars era
Timeline 30053029

[edit] Description

The Wolf's Dragoons sourcebook provides a pre-Clan perspective of the largest and most famous of mercenary units. The title gives over forty pages of source material, a timeline, a detailed description of the military organization, the background on the unit's equipment, training and equipment, as well as a roster of the allies and enemies the Dragoons have acquired.

[edit] From the back cover

"Who Are Those Guys?"

No mercenary regiment is more well known, nor as universally respected. Indeed, other units of the Inner Sphere validate their prowess by surviving an encounter with the Dragoons. Among their ranks is Natasha Kerensky, known as the Black Widow, and perhaps the most romanticized MechWarrior in history.

The strategic and tactical knowledge of Jaime Wolf, the heart and soul of the Dragoons, is beyond reproach.

The unit's supplies and equipment are of the finest quality. Their 'Mechs never want for repair parts. Their ranks are closed and private.

Since appearing in the Inner Sphere in 3005, the Dragoons have been employed in turn by every house of the Successor States. No amount of money, political power, or threats have coerced them to renew a contract. Speculation and conjecture over their motives and origin are commonplace and wildly varied. Governmental intelligence and security networks have expended countless man-hours and C-bills trying to learn their secrets.

Now war consumes the Inner Sphere, and the Dragoons' contract with House Kurita has expired. Where they throw their support could determine the outcome of the war.

This ComStar document is the most accurate, up-to-date assemblage of information ever compiled about the Dragoons. Their history, organization, and unique membership are exposed in great detail. Find out the who, what, where, when and why(s) of the most powerful regiment in the Inner Sphere today.

[edit] Contents

  • Introduction
  • Unit History
    • Arrival at Delos
    • In Service to Davion
      • First Assignment
      • Assault on Halloran
      • A Clever Trap
      • Raid on Styk
      • Attack on New Valencia
      • String of Victories
      • Battle of New Aragon
      • Death of Colonel King
      • The Wolf's Gamble
      • Blood Price
      • Departure
    • In Service to Liao
      • Against the Eagle
      • Gamma Stands Alone
      • The Eagle Fails
      • Nest of Vipers
      • Pact with Anton Marik
      • First Victories
      • Last Gasp
      • Betrayal
      • Vengeance
      • Turn of the Wheel
    • In Service to Marik
      • Hide and Seek
      • Raid and Counter-Raid
      • A Daring Plan
      • Icebox
      • Blood and Iron
      • River of Swords
      • The Widow's Crossing
      • On the Verge of Victory
      • Retreat
    • In Service to Steiner
    • Enter the Dragon
      • The Hoff Campaign
      • Battle heats Up
      • Eridani Strikes Back
      • Success on Quentin
      • The Sun and the Sword
      • Enemies in High Places
      • Wolf in the Fold
      • Battle of Deshler
      • Bloody Aghama
      • Diversion
      • After Galtor
      • Turning Point
      • Barlow's End
      • Writing on the Wall
      • The Wolf Alone
      • Atrocity
      • Misery
    • Full Circle
      • Baiting the Dragon
    • Fourth Succession War
    • Colonel Jaime Wolf
Theron Branson
Jaime Wolf
Patrick Chan
William Cameron
Coshasa DuKirk
John Charleton
Dechan Fraser
Kelly Yukinov
Lucas Kenner
Amy Laskowski
Lauren Waller
Reginald Саtt
Douglas MacElroy
Florence Milhaus
Kristen Stane
Hans Vordel
Ataru Uchimaya
Jeremy Ellman
Alicia Fancher
Andrei Shostokovitch
Michael Hart
Nikos Palassis
Gene Bray
Susan Flandrey Ivanovitch
Ramon Magdaleno
Danielle Rondema
John Umaio
Ward St. John
Rick Stoner
Michael Vanduesen
Tony Ziulkovski
Wilhelmina Korsht
Gary Abbot
Mina Booth
Mary Campbell
John Giruard
Arthur Dumont
Warren Komachi
Ikeo Takashima
Kathleen Dumont
Benjamin Schwartzkopf
Travis King
Diane Specter
Ali Abdulaziz
Sarah Weisz
Neil Parella
Ben Paxon
Gustav Dietrick
Gerald LaSalle
Justin Holbrook
James MacGregor
Ralph Kincaid
Morgan Summers
Susan Lean
Sanji Vargas
Voicek Bronkowski
Jacques "Frenchie" L'ecurie
Dale "Beowulf" Middlehoven
Ole "Snowman" Karlsen
Karl Weisz
Baxter Arbuthnot
Richard Jarrett
Hussein Tajdar
Harold Jones
Sun Cho
Dana McGuire
Patrick Gordon
Stuart Fields
Kirk Hoff
Elizabeth Nichole
Charles Jager
Amelia Shire
Trenton McGarvey
Michael Merrier
Julie Sunstrom
William "Trigger" Fitch
Natasha Kerensky
Takiro Ikeda
John "Gentleman Johnny" Clavell
Misha Sventnikov
Wilford Scruggs
Pauline Aigner
Walter Tschudy
Jason Carmody
Delia Nichols
Albert Larkin
Hamilton Atwyl
Hansen Brubaker
Steven Graham
Victoria "Chopper" Cheyne
Lasto Harrison
Bethany Sigler
Karl Verhoffen
Edna Grazier
Samuel Hibbard
Mark "Rabbit" McGonnigal
Douglas Piper
Jamad Sindh
J. Elliot Jamison
Simpson Pollock
Таrа Lucas
Arthur Garrett
Noi Srisubadh
Mary Terrell
Tammy Markham
Frank Wells