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Support sarna. A special TRO release, this title officially addressed the Unseen in a way that allowed their graphical use back into publication. FanPro chose to re-commission artwork for each of the affected BattleMechs , with the in-character explanation that the designs had been modernized and, hence, been brought back into the spotlight with a different outer appearance.
In this fashion, the book is a belated companion to the Technical Readout: Revised. Classic BattleTech Technical Readout: Project Phoenix provides descriptions, game statistics and illustrations for twenty-nine classic BattleMechs that have been upgraded both in appearance and technology. Also, for the first time in any technical readout, additional illustrations representing all the variants for every design in the book are also included. Talk Contributions Create account Log in.
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Coleman Stalking the Legends. Randall N. McCulloch Christoffer Trossen. Technical Readouts. As the FedCom Civil War swung into high gear and conflict swept through the Inner Sphere , the need for additional war materials was paramount.
However, unlike many companies, which produced new, but expensive, BattleMechs , a new upstart company, Vicore Industries , took a different route. By taking centuries old machines and upgrading both their physical as well as technological capabilities, Vicore almost single handedly started a revolution that provided a cheap means to bring 'new' BattleMechs to the field commanders desperate for more assets.
Support sarna. Somewhat inaccurately called "the first serious research into 'Mech technology in almost a century", Project Phoenix was the codename for a research project carried out by Federated Suns at the Friden Aerospace Park research facility on Hoff from approximately October up until the site came under attack on 13th May Project Phoenix yielded two new BattleMech designs: Over the course of eighteen months, a team of scientists and engineers including Dr. Jorge Belasco had devised the ton Super Wasp and the ton Super Griffin here, evolutions of their classic namesake designs. They had also constructed three functional prototypes of the former and one of the latter design. Concurrently with the new 'Mech designs, experimental Double Heat Sinks had been developed although it is unclear whether this was also part of Project Phoenix, or an independent project which were included in the new Super Griffin design, and were also dealt out as refits to the local defenders. These double heat sinks were notable because, unlike regular double heat sinks, they could be combined with regular heat sinks.
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Support sarna. A special TRO release, this title officially addressed the Unseen in a way that allowed their graphical use back into publication. FanPro chose to re-commission artwork for each of the affected BattleMechs , with the in-character explanation that the designs had been modernized and, hence, been brought back into the spotlight with a different outer appearance. In this fashion, the book is a belated companion to the Technical Readout: Revised.
Technical Readout: Project Phoenix
At the time of the release there was no other level of technology available so the level system was not in place. Also the LAMs in the book became Level 3 and not legal for use in tournament play. The BattleMechs in Technical Readout simply ommited the offending Mechs and replaced them with downgraded versions of the Technical Readout Mechs. The Mechs removed from Technical Readout Revised were:. Technical Readout introduced upgraded versions of the BattleMechs and also introduced power armor and the Clans into the Battletech universe.