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==Description==
 
==Description==
'''''Technical Readout: Golden Century''''' (abbreviated as '''''TRO:CG''''') is a in-universe publication written by the Paladin [[Janella Lakewood]] of the [[Republic of the Sphere]] in December, [[3150]]. The book acts as a historical report early war machines development during the earlier era of the Clans' history known as the [[Golden Century]] Era. Some units listed in the book have been resurrected for use in the conflicts occruing during late [[Dark Age Era]].
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'''''Technical Readout: Golden Century''''' (abbreviated as '''''TRO:CG''''') is a in-universe publication written by the Paladin [[Janella Lakewood]] of the [[Republic of the Sphere]] in December, [[3150]]. The book acts as a historical report early war machines development during the earlier era of the Clans' history known as the [[Golden Century]] Era. Some units listed in the book have been resurrected for use in the conflicts occurring during late [[Dark Age Era]].  
  
 
The book provides profiles and record sheets for historical [[BattleMech]]s, [[OmniMech]]s, [[Aerospace Fighter]]s, earliest of models of [[Battle Armor]], and [[WarShip]]s.
 
The book provides profiles and record sheets for historical [[BattleMech]]s, [[OmniMech]]s, [[Aerospace Fighter]]s, earliest of models of [[Battle Armor]], and [[WarShip]]s.
  
 
==Publisher's Description==
 
==Publisher's Description==
'''“Those who break faith with the Unity shall go
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'''“Those who break faith with the Unity shall go down to darkness.”'''
down to darkness.”'''
 
 
{{quote|''While the Great Houses of the [[Inner Sphere]] decimated each other over the shattered remains of the [[Star League]] and slid into the technological dark age of the [[Succession Wars]] , the Clans of Kerensky entered into a golden era of prosperity . Bereft of [[Nicholas Kerensky]]’s leadership, the [[Clans]] pushed their technological capabilities to their limits, developing devastating new weapons and technologies and flooding the battlefields of the [[Pentagon Cluster|Pentagon]] and [[Kerensky Cluster]] with powerful war machines as they [[Trial of Possession|trialed]] each other for supremacy.
 
{{quote|''While the Great Houses of the [[Inner Sphere]] decimated each other over the shattered remains of the [[Star League]] and slid into the technological dark age of the [[Succession Wars]] , the Clans of Kerensky entered into a golden era of prosperity . Bereft of [[Nicholas Kerensky]]’s leadership, the [[Clans]] pushed their technological capabilities to their limits, developing devastating new weapons and technologies and flooding the battlefields of the [[Pentagon Cluster|Pentagon]] and [[Kerensky Cluster]] with powerful war machines as they [[Trial of Possession|trialed]] each other for supremacy.
  
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*TRO: Golden Century is first full Technical Readout published since 2015 (Five year gap).
 
*TRO: Golden Century is first full Technical Readout published since 2015 (Five year gap).
  
*Much of the art used in TRO:CG is reused art from previous BattleTech books due to their designs based on with older [[SLDF]] designs and previously published Era Report: Golden Century.
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*Much of the art used in TRO:CG is reused art from previous BattleTech books due to their designs based on with older [[SLDF]] designs and previously published Era Digest: Golden Century and [[Jihad Secrets: The Blake Documents]].  New art for certain units were made due to them being part of units listed [[Tech Manual]] & [[Strategic Operations]] as "First" built per Inner Sphere based Clan as of [[3067]].
  
 
*The TRO is first of new series of "mini-TROs" similar in size & style to the Faction-Themed [[Technical Readout: 3145]] PDFs (which was first mini-TROs which would included record sheets)  
 
*The TRO is first of new series of "mini-TROs" similar in size & style to the Faction-Themed [[Technical Readout: 3145]] PDFs (which was first mini-TROs which would included record sheets)  
  
*The cover used for the book is re-used art originally used for [[Historical: Operation Klondike]].
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*The cover art used for the book is re-used art originally used for [[Historical: Operation Klondike]].
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==References==
 
==References==
 
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Technical Readout: Golden Century
Product information
Type Technical Readout
Development Joshua C. Perian
Primary writing Aaron Cahall
Jason Hansa
Ken Horner
Daniel Isberner
Chris Hart
Philip A. Lee
Aaron Cahall
Joshua Perian
Michael Ciaravella
Craig Reed
Luke Robertson
Brent Ezell
Mike Miller
Joel Steverson
Geoff Swift
Mike Timbers
Elliotte Want
Patrick Wynne
Jason Hansa
Pages 157
Cover artwork Mark Zug
Illustrations David White (New Illustions)
Chris Lewis
Matt Plog
Brent Evans
Duane Loose
Doug Chaffee
Publication information
Publisher Catalyst Game Labs
Product code CAT35TRO10
First published 2020
MSRP $14.99 (PDF)
$29.99 (Printed)
Content
Content Technical Readout
Era Succession Wars era
Dark Age Era
Timeline 2830 - 2930
3146 - 3150
Series Technical Readouts
Preceded by Technical Readout: 3150
Followed by Technical Readout: Irregulars

Description[edit]

Technical Readout: Golden Century (abbreviated as TRO:CG) is a in-universe publication written by the Paladin Janella Lakewood of the Republic of the Sphere in December, 3150. The book acts as a historical report early war machines development during the earlier era of the Clans' history known as the Golden Century Era. Some units listed in the book have been resurrected for use in the conflicts occurring during late Dark Age Era.

The book provides profiles and record sheets for historical BattleMechs, OmniMechs, Aerospace Fighters, earliest of models of Battle Armor, and WarShips.

Publisher's Description[edit]

“Those who break faith with the Unity shall go down to darkness.”

While the Great Houses of the Inner Sphere decimated each other over the shattered remains of the Star League and slid into the technological dark age of the Succession Wars , the Clans of Kerensky entered into a golden era of prosperity . Bereft of Nicholas Kerensky’s leadership, the Clans pushed their technological capabilities to their limits, developing devastating new weapons and technologies and flooding the battlefields of the Pentagon and Kerensky Cluster with powerful war machines as they trialed each other for supremacy.

Technical Readout: Golden Century unveils the weapons and technologies developed during a pivotal er a in Clan history , when the Clans came of age and matured into what they are today. Technical Readout : Golden Century debuts the production and custom machines used by the Children of Kerensky in the early twenty-ninth and thirtieth centuries. Statistics and Record Sheets are included for 29 new advanced and experimental BattleMechs, OmniMechs,vehicles , aerospace , battle armor and WarShip units ready for play. In addition , a complete section covers the experimental designs introduced by the nascent Clans immediately following the Pentagon campaign.

Contents[edit]

Related Links[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • TRO: Golden Century is first full Technical Readout published since 2015 (Five year gap).
  • Much of the art used in TRO:CG is reused art from previous BattleTech books due to their designs based on with older SLDF designs and previously published Era Digest: Golden Century and Jihad Secrets: The Blake Documents. New art for certain units were made due to them being part of units listed Tech Manual & Strategic Operations as "First" built per Inner Sphere based Clan as of 3067.
  • The TRO is first of new series of "mini-TROs" similar in size & style to the Faction-Themed Technical Readout: 3145 PDFs (which was first mini-TROs which would included record sheets)

References[edit]