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| author              = [[Loren Coleman]]
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The short story '''''Fortune's Son''''' by [[Loren L. Coleman]] was first published in ''[[Record Sheets: MechWarrior Dark Age I]]''.
 
The short story '''''Fortune's Son''''' by [[Loren L. Coleman]] was first published in ''[[Record Sheets: MechWarrior Dark Age I]]''.
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No timestamp is provided, but the story makes references to [[Devlin Stone]]'s vanishing.
  
 
==Plot summary==
 
==Plot summary==
After the blackout and the loss of the [[New Home]]'s [[HPG]] station, Planetary Governor Whitman's rule degraded into a grab for more land, resources and power, and aligned with some of the planet's clans to do that. In the end, a revolt was raised against him. For one year and a half its intensity was low, but incresed over the time and they started winning battles.
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After the [[Blackout]] and the loss of the [[New Home]]'s [[HPG]] station, Planetary Governor Whitman's rule degraded into a grab for more land, resources and power, and aligned with some of the planet's clans to do that. In the end, a revolt rose up against him. For one year and a half its intensity was low, but incresed over the time and they started winning battles.
  
 
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* ''[[Panther]]''
 
* ''[[Panther]]''
  
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* [[JES Tactical Missile Carrier]]
* ''[[Joust]]''
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* [[Joust]]
* ''[[JI100|JI100 Hauler]]''
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* [[JI100|JI100 Hauler]]
* ''[[SM1|SM1 Destroyer]]''
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* [[SM1|SM1 Destroyer]]
* ''Hoverbike''
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* Hoverbike
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* [[Fox (Combat Vehicle)|Fox Armored Car]]
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* [[Condor (Combat Vehicle)|Condor]]
  
 
== Featured planets ==
 
== Featured planets ==

Latest revision as of 03:15, 5 January 2020

Fortune's Son
Story information
Author Loren Coleman
Pages 4
Type Short story
Product Record Sheets: MechWarrior Dark Age I
Content
Era Dark Age era
Timeline unspecified

The short story Fortune's Son by Loren L. Coleman was first published in Record Sheets: MechWarrior Dark Age I.

No timestamp is provided, but the story makes references to Devlin Stone's vanishing.

Plot summary[edit]

After the Blackout and the loss of the New Home's HPG station, Planetary Governor Whitman's rule degraded into a grab for more land, resources and power, and aligned with some of the planet's clans to do that. In the end, a revolt rose up against him. For one year and a half its intensity was low, but incresed over the time and they started winning battles.

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