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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
* The optional technology introduced in ''Unbound'' attracted a large degree of mixed feelings among BattleTech players at the time and has far overshadowed the adventure itself. The DNI system was the lightning rod for the majority of disapproval, ironically going on to become the [[Vehicular Direct Neural Interface]] used by the [[Word of Blake]]'s [[Manei Domini]].
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* The optional technology introduced in ''Unbound'' attracted a large degree mixed feeling among BattleTech players at the time and has far overshadowed the adventure itself. The DNI system was the lightning rod for the majority of disapproval, ironically going on to become the [[Vehicular Direct Neural Interface]] used by the [[Word of Blake]]'s [[Manei Domini]].
  
 
* Curiously many of the new weapons were apparently created in-universe by a Dr. James Long, with many of them reappearing in the BattleTech ''[[Tactical Handbook]]'' written by real world [[James D. Long]]. Furthermore, The Pelican bar that crops up in this book would later reappear in Long's first BattleTech novel, ''[[Main Event]]''.
 
* Curiously many of the new weapons were apparently created in-universe by a Dr. James Long, with many of them reappearing in the BattleTech ''[[Tactical Handbook]]'' written by real world [[James D. Long]]. Furthermore, The Pelican bar that crops up in this book would later reappear in Long's first BattleTech novel, ''[[Main Event]]''.

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