|'Mech type||Clan BattleMech|
|Chassis||Puma Type Medium endo steel|
|Armor||Alpha Plate Special Ferro-Fibrous|
|Engine||300-rated fusion engine|
|Communications System||Garret T-11b|
|Targeting Tracking System||Sync-Tracker (39-42071)|
|Heat Sinks||10 double heat sinks|
|Jump Jets||BMP Mk. XXI|
It is noteworthy that the Conjurer is, for all intents and purposes, the Wolverine IIC and was even reported as such by ComStar in early sightings, presumably for its obvious heritage; it was designed off the WVR-7H Wolverine II variant of the original Wolverine, taking the concept and rebuilding it with advanced technology in the fashion of a IIC rebuild. However the Clans would not retain the name of the Not-Named Clan for the redesigned 'Mech.
Weapons and Equipment
As befitting its status as a second-line 'Mech, the Conjurer uses a standard engine, though it is constructed on an endo steel chassis and uses eight and a half tons of ferro-fibrous armor. Its jump jets enable it to leap up to 180 meters at a time.
The Conjurer uses a large pulse laser that is quite accurate and effective at a respectable range. To back that up, it mounts paired ER medium lasers and Streak SRM-2s. 10 double heat sinks are able to keep heat under control, though a Conjurer can summon up a heat problem if pressed too hard.
- Conjurer 2
- Following the Ghost Bear-Combine War, Clan Nova Cat needed to rebuild, but there was a problem: they lacked the infrastructure to rebuild their OmniMech forces after being Abjured from Clan space. Khan Santin West initiated a deal with Clan Diamond Shark to enlist their aid in building factories on Irece and Avon. One of the concessions from the Sharks was to aid the Cats upgrade existing Conjurers and construct the capacity to build new ones. The resulting 'Mech was almost completely rebuilt from the ground up. The Conjurer 2 uses a Consolidated 350 XL fusion engine to achieve speeds up to 119 km/h, along with increased jumping capacity that enable it to move up to 210 meters a jump by a BMP Mk. XXI jump jet system. The weapons are removed to make way for an ATM-9 that has three tons of ammunition to allow maximum flexibility. A pair of medium pulse lasers that are tied to a targeting computer round out the weapons. An added half ton of armor brings the armor protection up to the maximum the 50 ton chassis can carry. BV (1.0) = 2,051, BV (2.0) = 2,107
- Conjurer 4
- This variant uses an XL engine to achieve the same speed as the original, but saves weight for added components. A short-range powerhouse, the designers included four heavy medium lasers that max out the 14 double heat sinks. Despite that, they also included a medium pulse laser and two Streak SRM-6s to aid to hunting battle armor. For work against conventional infantry, it includes two light machine guns. A targeting computer improves the accuracy of the lasers. BV (1.0) = 1,980, BV (2.0) = 2,164
- Conjurer 8
- Introduced by the Wolf Empire this version was originally a stopgap solution until Clan spec weaponry could be produced in large amounts, but it proved to be very popular with warriors. It uses a smaller 250-rated XL engine and a rotary AC/5 from the Shockwave production line. Supplementing the engine is a MASC system. Additional firepower comes from a Clan Streak SRM-6 and two Clan medium pulse lasers. BV (2.0) = 2,197
- Wolverine - The Conjurer is based on the WVR-7H Wolverine II, in the fashion of IIC 'Mech designs, but was named differently because of the stigma associated with the name ever since the annihilation of Clan Wolverine.
- In the computer game MechWarrior 4: Mercenaries, the Conjurer's description is altered from its original BattleTech background. The game states that the 'Mech was created by Clan Jade Falcon after the events of the Refusal War rather than after the Clan's creation. The information also states that the design was created by using factories in the Inner Sphere and claims that the Hellhound's name is the real name rather than an Inner Sphere designation.
- In German products, the unit's proper Clan name was altered to Magicker, which may refer to the term Magick invented by Aleister Crowley. The unit's proper Inner Sphere name was translated to Höllenhund.
- According to writer Ashley Watkins, she designed the Conjurer and originally named it Wolverine – intending it to be a Wolverine variant upgraded with Clan equipment – FASA changed the name of her design for Technical Readout: 3055. The 'Mech also had the model designation WVR-6MU.
Conjurer from RG:ilClan v5
Conjurer 2 from TRO:3055 Upgrade
Conjurer from Jade Falcon Sourcebook
Conjurer in combat from CCG
Model of Conjurer from MW4: Mercenaries
Conjurer miniature from BattleTech: Clan Striker Star
- MUL online date for the Conjurer (Hellhound)
- Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, p. 187
- Historical: Operation Klondike, p. 168
- Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, p. 188
- Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, p. 189
- Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, p. 190
- Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, p. 191
- Recognition Guide: ilClan, vol. 5, p. 16
- Recognition Guide: ilClan, vol. 5, p. 6
- Recognition Guide: ilClan, vol. 5, p. 17
- BattleMech Manual, p. 92 BattleMech Quirk Table - Hellhound Entry.
- Ashley Watkins' blog post about her involvement with Technical Readout: 3055