Monthly Archives: June 2014

Battletech actual play report: London victorious

I just realized that I hadn’t yet posted the end of the 200-ton fight from the last post. Things started moving pretty fast. There are three ‘Mechs down in this photo. London’s Atlas went down from a head shot, as … Continue reading

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Battletech actual play report: the 200-ton fight

In the last post I showed some photos from unboxing the new BT Intro Box Set. As soon as we had the goodies out of the box, London had to play Battletech, and I was happy to oblige. We settled … Continue reading

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Unboxing the Battletech Introductory Box Set

Well, the long-awaited Battletech Introductory Box Set finally came out this spring, and almost immediately sold out. Fortunately some retailers still have copies at reasonable street prices, and I was able to get one with my birthday money ($40 plus … Continue reading

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Sea elves

When they are young the sea elves live near the coasts and the surface, and they are consumed with espionage and the selling of information. Barnacles are their spies, which they attach to whales, sea turtles, and ships, and wait … Continue reading

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