Recognition Guide: ilClan, vol. 21

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Recognition Guide: ilClan, vol. 21
Product information
Type Recognition Guide (PDF)
Development Johannes Heidler
Primary writing Keith Hann
Luke Robertson
Eric Salzman
Lance Scarinci
Elliotte Want
Pages 31
Cover Artwork Anthony Scroggins (Mech)
David A. Kerber (Cover Design & Layout)
Illustrations Aaron Harris
Harri Kallio
Chris Lowrey
Anthony Scroggins
Publication information
Publisher Catalyst Game Labs
Product code E-CAT35TR121
First published November 12th, 2021
MSRP $3.99
Content
Content BattleMechs Profiles
Record Sheets
Era ilClan era
Series Recognition Guides
Preceded by Recognition Guide: ilClan, vol. 20
Followed by Recognition Guide: ilClan, vol. 22


Description[edit]

Recognition Guide: ilClan, Vol. 21 (abbreviated as RG:ilClan v21) is part of a series of Clan-Style Technical Readouts published as a in-universe 3150 intelligence reports created by Clan Sea Fox. Each report lists BattleMechs fielded by various combatants in the Inner Sphere. The electronic only book showcases a single new design and new variations of existing BattleMech designs with all new art and notable pilots. Also featured are the record sheets for each design featured in the book.

Product Description[edit]

The march of technology across BattleTech's eras is relentless—but some BattleMech designs never die. Each installment of this PDF-only series not only includes a brand new BattleMech or OmniMech, but also details Classic ’Mech designs from both the Inner Sphere and the Clans, now fully rebuilt with Dark Age technology (3085 and beyond). Allowing beloved units redesigned for the BattleTech: Clan Invasion Kickstarter to be competitive on “modern” battlefields, this series also includes in-universe development notes, battle histories, notable pilots, and record sheets for each ‘Mech. Released as a series of 24 PDF-only documents through the end of 2020 and late 2021, many ’Mechs featured in this series will be collected as a single print volume upon its completion.

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RGi series features record sheets using only symbology as means identifying which era each variant / new design originated. These new identifying marks are found next to the Battle Value on the Record Sheet.

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