There May be Some Turbulence…
The year is 3095. Ten years after the Jihad, peace has finally reached most of the Inner Sphere. Within the newly created Republic of the Sphere, the post-war drawdowns have made industry of disarmament. But even here, not every mission goes smoothly—for, sometimes, the universe itself has its own agenda!
BattleTech Adventures: Empires... [click here for more]
A World Gone Black…
The year is 3072. The fires of the Word of Blake’s Jihad threaten to consume the Inner Sphere. On the borders of Capellan space, the vital world of Necromo has suddenly gone silent, perhaps the victim of a Blakist strike. But what could hit such a busy and well-defended planet so hard that even the Chancellor’s best would fail to call for help?... [click here for more]
Stotzing was not an easy planet to settle. The first colony, Eisenstadt, failed after less than a decade and its location was lost to historians for almost five centuries. The final throes of The Jihad caused the announcement of the discovery to be relegated to the small number of archaeologists and historians interested in lost colonies. But there was one other group that caught wind of this discovery—the... [click here for more]
It’s a Whole New World (Please Don’t Sue!)
Welcome, fight fans to the annual Solaris VII Exhibition Tournament! And do we have a special treat for you this year! We guarantee that you have never seen a combination of match-ups like these, and may never see such a thing again in your lifetime! For it is this year that, of all the contestants, from all across the Inner Sphere,... [click here for more]
Print Your Battlefield!BattleTech MapPacks bring back BattleTech’s classic map sheets in printable form. Using the original map sheet art, and sized for compatibility with the original printed sheets and newer Hex Packs alike, you can now store and print as many sheets as needed for your BattleTech games.
Use these sheets in conjunction with the random terrain tables... [click here for more]
I Think I Feel a Song Coming On!
ComStar lied! (We know: Big shock!) They said they checked out this distant rimward nebula, which ancient charts called “California” for some reason. Perhaps because someone in IE’s corporate mishmash of a leadership didn’t trust them—or more likely because they forgot that there even was a report... [click here for more]