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BATTLETECH 3rd Edition


BATTLETECH, A Game of Armored Combat. Third Edition – FASA Corporation.

Published by FASA Corporation, 1992.

Artist: Alan Gutierrez.

WHM-6R Warhammer (unseen).

Artist: Alan Gutierrez.

WHM-6R Warhammer (unseen).

Artist: Earl Geier

Hollis Industries BLR-1G Battlemaster (unseen) firing its short range missiles.

Artist: Earl Geier

A GRF-1N Griffin (unseen) in close quarters combat with a SHD-2H Shadow Hawk (unseen). Note that on this example, the Armstrong J11 autocannon and Martel Model 5 medium laser are in reversed locations, indicating an unspecified variant of the standard SHD-2H.

Artist: Earl Geier

An Ostman Industrie OSR-2C Ostroc engaging an enemy combatant with its Totsclagen SRM launchers.

Artist: Earl Geier

An Earthwerks ARC-2R Archer (unseen) battlemech.

Artist: Earl Geier

A Yori ‘Mech Works AS7-D Atlas.

Artist: Earl Geier

A Brigaidier Corporation SCP-1N Scorpion (unseen) quad battlemech.

Artist: Earl Geier

An Orguss Industries PXH-1 Phoenix Hawk (unseen) moving through dense vegetation.

Artist: Earl Geier

A Kallon Industries RFL-3N Rifleman (unseen) engaging enemy VTOLs with its Imperator-A anti-aircraft autocannons.

Artist: Earl Geier

A Luthian Armor Works DRG-1N Dragon firing its Imperator-A autocannon.

Artist: Earl Geier

Earthwerks TDR-5S Thunderbolt (unseen) reacting to indirect fire.

Artist: Earl Geier

A CPLT-C1 Catapult unloading a volley of long range missiles on an Ostmann battlemech, well inside of the missile’s minimum engagement range.

Artist: Earl Geier

A StarCorp Industries WHM-6R Warhammer (unseen) receiving a crippling hit to one of its two Donell PPCs.

Artist: Earl Geier

A heavily battle-damaged Kallon Industries CRD-3R Crusader (unseen), moving across the battlefield.

Artist: Earl Geier

A Hollis CPLT-C1 Catapult launching its long range missiles in their intended fire-support role.

Artist: Earl Geier

Injured female ‘Mechwarrier, awaiting death’s loving embrace.

Artist: Earl Geier

A General Mechanics WSP-1A Wasp (unseen) scout ‘mech with severe battle-damage to its left arm and torso.

Artist: Earl Geier

An Earthwerks GRF-1N Griffin (unseen) medium battlemech disengaging after losing its right arm, along with its primary weapon.

Artist: Earl Geier

An STG-3R Stinger (unseen) using its jump jets to chase down a fleeing LCT-1V Locust (unseen).

Artist: Earl Geier

Cockpit view from inside an unspecified battlemech.

Artist: Earl Geier

A CRD-3R Crusader (unseen) locked into close quarters combat with a TDR-5S Thunderbolt (unseen).

Artist: Earl Geier

In a bold attempt to earn a blood name, before blood names were even a thing, the pilot of the mighty Locust (unseen) charges the mildly battle-damaged Battlemaster (unseen). Hilarity ensued.

Artist: Earl Geier

The missile racks of an Earthwerks ARC-2R Archer (unseen) cooking off to dramatic effect, after the battlemech received a hit to its left torso mounted Doombud long range missile launcher.

Artist: Earl Geier

A General Motors MAD-3R Marauder (unseen) utilizing cover to good effect.

Artist: Earl Geier

A Defiance Industries ZEU-6S Zeus firing its Coventry Star Fire long range missile launcher at point blank range.

Artist: Earl Geier

A StarCorp Industries WHM-6R Warhammer suffering a catastrophic failure of its VOX 280 fusion powerplant’s magnetic bottle.

Artist: Earl Geier

Cockpit section of a Free Worlds League BJ-1 Blackjack.

Artist: Earl Geier

A JR7-D Jenner dislodging a BJ-1 Blackjack from its overwatch position.

Artist: Earl Geier

A GOL-1H Goliath (unseen) assault battlemech.

Artist: Earl Geier

A Newhart Interstellar Industries SDR-5V Spider moving at its maximum speed of 130 kilometers per hour.

Artist: Earl Geier

A mixed lance of (from left to right) one MAD-3R Marauder (unseen) heavy battlemech, one HBK-4G Hunchback medium battlemech, one JVN-10N Javelin light battlemech and one ON1-K Orion heavy battlemech.

Artist: Earl Geier

A CP 10-Z Cyclops and an MAD-3R Marauder pulling security for an Overlord-class dropship.

Artist: Alan Gutierrez.

WHM-6R Warhammer (unseen).


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