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Sarna's HPG Station: Latest Newsbursts:

Catalyst Game Labs have released a new bundle of releases in electronic format, based around the 2018 World Wide Event. The new releases include Touring the Stars: Stotzing, Spotlight On: First Marik Protectors, the BattleTech: Dig, Defend or Die scenario pack and the MapPack: WWE2018 Terrain Set.
A number of new releases have been produced by Catalyst Game Labs. Copies of the two new box sets were released at GenCon, the first of the two-volume ilClan work, Shattered Fortress, is out in PDF with hard copy to follow soon, and two accompanying novellas, The Anvil and A Splinter of Hope are now out in electronic format.
  • 21 June 2018: Harmony Gold defeated, granted hegira (Frabby)
A settlement has been reached in the ongoing lawsuit between Harmony Gold (HG) and PGI, IMR et al by which HG's claims are dismissed with prejudice; the only known concession from the defendants is that they'll not claim legal fees from HG. This amounts to a full win for Team BattleTech. Xin Sheng!


Sarna Community Bulletin:

Phases I & II (Audit and Corrections) of Operation Doneve are mostly complete, with almost 3,300 articles updated today to Volt Ampere's precise coordinates, thanks to the script Nic designed and ran. Next up are some minor corrections, mostly to missing systems identified during the audit. We're also very pleased with the individual system maps Gruese has designed, which will be unveiled in Phase III (Mapping).
Sarna.net is now available over TLS (HTTPS): https://sarna.net. We're monitoring the secure pages to make sure there are no kinks -- please let me know if you encounter any issues.
Impressive changes are coming to the system articles. A cross-site collaborative effort, Operation Doneve, to improve the accuracy and appearance of the articles' maps and coordinates has been undertaken by Gruese (creator of Inner Sphere 3025), Volt Ampere and his Sarna Unified Cartography Society, and the Project: Planets team. The project shall culminate in a Sarna-themed version of the Inner Sphere 3025 site to support BattleTech fans. Read here for further details, and jump in here, to participate.


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