Colin Yeh

Colin Yeh
Character Profile
Affiliation Clan Goliath Scorpion
Escorpión Imperio
Rank Khan
Profession MechWarrior

Colin Yeh was a Clan Trueborn, MechWarrior, and Galaxy Commander of Clan Goliath Scorpion. He later became Khan of his people and led the creation of the Escorpión Imperio up until 3086, when Conner Rood succeeded him in his role.[1]


Spending some time as the leader of the Crimson Seeker Star[2], Colin Yeh was Galaxy Commander of Beta Galaxy for much of his career.[3][4] In 3069, the Galaxy Commander made the controversial decision to declare a Trial of Possession for the Lum Naval Yards—one immediately following a failed attempt on Clan Star Adder's behalf. The defending Snow Ravens, already damaged from their previous Trial, added the naval yard to their forces. The resulting three day Trial ended in a Goliath Scorpion victory, with the Snow Ravens broken and the naval yard shattered. Yeh ordered the yard stripped of any useful resources, and transported whatever sections he could back to the Goliath holding of Roche.[5]

Yeh claimed the position of Loremaster after Kyrie Ben-Shimon's death in 3073.[6] Later elected Khan at the onset of his Clan's Abjuration[7], Yeh would plan the invasion of the Nueva Castile worlds and the seizure of military supplies at Waypoint 531. Yeh's studies of the successes and failures of the Clan Invasion prompted him to promote a softer, integration-based approach for dealing with the Castilian and Umayyad populations. His ideals—and his push for the Clan to follow their own, unique path—would guide Clan Goliath Scorpion and the Escorpión Imperio even decades after the end of his time as Khan in 3086.

Character Personality[edit]

Yeh was known for his irregular tactics and odd habits.[3]


  1. Operational Turning Points: Hanseatic Crusade, p. 8
  2. Spotlight On: Crimson Seeker Star, p. 3
  3. 3.0 3.1 Field Manual: Warden Clans, p. 112
  4. Field Manual: Updates, p. 78
  5. The Wars of Reaving, p. 40
  6. The Wars of Reaving, p. 124
  7. The Wars of Reaving, p. 158