Battle of Tukayyid (anthology)
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|Battle of Tukayyid (anthology)|
|Author|| Randall N. Bills|
Michael J. Ciaravella
Steven Mohan, Jr.
Blaine Lee Pardoe
|Development||Jason Schmetzer (editor)|
|Cover artwork||David Allen Kerber|
|Interior artwork||David Allen Kerber|
|Publisher||Catalyst Game Labs|
|First published||15 January 2021 (epub)|
|Era||Clan Invasion era|
The Battle of Tukayyid is a digital and Print on Demand anthology of the nine short stories of the Battle of Tukayyid (series) that were published as companion pieces for the BattleTech: Battle of Tukayyid sourcebook. A new Introduction by John Helfers describing the background behind the development of the stories is also included.
From the back cover
|“|| ALL OR NOTHING...
On 1 May 3052, twenty-five Galaxies from seven Clans clashed with twelve armies of ComStar's Com Guards on the pastoral planet of Tukayyid. For twenty-one days, one of the largest campaigns in BattleMech warfare unfolded to decide the fate of the Inner Sphere.
The Battle of Tukayyid is one of BattleTech's most pivotal conflicts. Now, explore this crucial campaign through eight different points of view—from the enigmatic ComStar, whose relatively untested forces are the Inner Sphere's last defense against the seemingly unstoppable Clans, to each Clan, as their leaders and MechWarriors attempt to achieve victory on their own terms.
The fate of the Inner Sphere hangs in the balance... and it all comes down to one planet...
Featuring stories by:
Note: This file contains two electronic versions of this book: one epub file for use with many ereaders, and one .mobi file for use with the Amazon Kindle.
- Blake's Own by Jason Schmetzer
- Two Roads Diverged by Michael J. Ciaravella
- Shadow of Death by Randall N. Bills
- The Burdens of Honor by Blaine Lee Pardoe
- Always Moving by Steven Mohan, Jr.
- The Lions of Prezno by Bryan Young
- The Icarus Lament by Chris Hussey
- We Do The Impossible by Joel Steverson
- Broken Promises by Jason Schmetzer