Production information
Manufacturer Bear’s Den
Production Year 3032[1]
Model Primary
Class Heavy OmniFighter
Tech Base Clan
Cost 14,311,238 C-bills[2]
Technical specifications
Mass 80 tons
Structural Integrity
Frame Mercer Ultralight
Power Plant 240 XL engine
Armor Bruin Heavy Ferro-Aluminum

Primary Configuration

Communications System Vox 91
Tracking & Targeting System Hunter 62B
Heat Sinks 20 double heat sinks
BV (1.0) 2,571[3][4][5]
BV (2.0) 3,015[6][7]


Developed in 3032 by Clan Ghost Bear, the Jengiz OmniFighter is one of the heaviest and fiercest fighters fielded by the Clans. While stirring up considerable interest among the other Clans, only Clan Wolf succeeded in the Trials of Possession to secure the design, with other Clans fielding examples captured from either the Wolves or Ghost Bears to replace the venerable Kirghiz as their main super-heavy fighter.[4][8][9]

Because of its relatively poor maneuverability, the Jengiz has limited use in atmosphere and is deployed mainly in near-space defense. In some cases its performance is worse than Inner Sphere fighters of similar mass, but pilots should be wary of misjudging the fighter, as it features 13.5 tons of Bruin Heavy ferro-aluminum armor, mounts a whopping 20 double heat sinks on its base chassis while still leaving 43.5 tons free in available pod space.[4][8][9]

Weapons and Equipment[edit]

The primary Jengiz configuration carries a formidable array of weaponry. An LB 10-X AC with a single ton of ammo, ER PPC, medium pulse laser, and ER small laser are all crammed into the nose, while each wing mounts a large pulse laser and medium pulse laser supported by a standard SRM-6 with a single ton of reloads each. Firing into the aft arc is a rear-wing medium pulse laser, and an ECM suite interferes with the effects of advanced fire-control computers.[4][8][9]

Alternate Configurations[edit]

  • Alternate Configuration A 
    A high-energy ground attack fighter, the A configuration serves as an excellent strafing design. Twin ER PPCs mounted in the nose and twin large pulse lasers under each wing allow repeated attack runs, while the seven additional double heat sinks assist in keeping things cool. An ER small laser fires aft to discourage tailing. BV (1.0) = 2,938[4][10], BV (2.0) = 3,206[6][11]
  • Alternate Configuration B 
    The relatively rare B configuration is built to engage targets at long range. Carrying a Gauss rifle supported by two ER medium lasers in the nose, the Jengiz B rounds out its long range firepower with an ER PPC and Artemis IV FCS equipped LRM-20 under each wing. A single ER small laser fends off attacks from the rear. Although three tons of Gauss reloads is sufficient for prolonged operations, a mere two tons of missiles severely hampers the LRM launcher effectiveness, with pilots often jettisoning the missile pods part way through a battle to slightly improve the fighter's maneuverability. BV (1.0) = 3,053[4][12], BV (2.0) = 3,558[6][13]
  • Alternate Configuration C 
    An unusually ammo-hungry variant, the C configuration is believed to have evolved from the tactics used by Clan Goliath Scorpion. A trio of nose-mounted Streak SRM-6 launchers, supported by a mammoth LB 20-X AC under each wing offers the C incredible short-range firepower. Aft weaponry consists of a Streak SRM-4 and a single ER small laser. Despite being almost completely ammo dependent, a four ton autocannon munitions bay allows for both standard and cluster rounds, while each highly efficient Streak launcher includes their own separate single ton ammo bin and keeps the Jengiz C in the action during most Trials. BV (1.0) = 2,200[4][14], BV (2.0) = 2,246[6][15]
  • Alternate Configuration E 
    Introduced during the Jihad, this Jengiz configuration carries a nose-mounted ECM suite to interfere with enemy electronics systems. Armament consists of three ER large lasers in each wing with a nose-mounted ER small laser as an afterthought. To discourage enemy pursuit, the Jengiz E carries a quartet of Improved One Shot Streak SRM-2 missile launchers in the aft arc. To disperse the heat from the main weapons, 36 double heat sinks are mounted. BV (2.0) = 2,983[17]


  • In German products, the unit's proper name was translated to Dschengis, the correct German transcription for Чингис.



  1. MUL online date for the Jengiz
  2. Combat Operations, p. 109
  3. Combat Operations, p. 109
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 Technical Readout: 3055 Upgrade, pp. 194-195, "Jengiz OmniFighter Profile and BV listing"
  5. AeroTech 2 Record Sheets, p. 142
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 Master Unit List: Battle Values, p. 181
  7. Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, p. 352
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Technical Readout: 3055, pp. 162-163, "Jengiz OmniFighter Profile"
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Technical Readout: 3055 Revised, pp. 148-149, "Jengiz Fighter Profile"
  10. AeroTech 2 Record Sheets, p. 143
  11. Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, p. 353
  12. AeroTech 2 Record Sheets, p. 144
  13. Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, p. 354
  14. AeroTech 2 Record Sheets, p. 145
  15. Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, p. 355
  16. Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, p. 356
  17. Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, p. 357
  18. Record Sheets: 3145 New Tech, New Upgrades, p. 213
  19. Record Sheets: 3055 Upgrades Unabridged, p. 358