|A gold what?|
I confess I don't know who this Phil Noto guy is. Obviously, I have some research to do.
|Not really all my dice. There are a few little sixers tucked away in with the microgames they belong to.|
With those old authors, you get the sense they actually thought a minute about how mercenary units might work. It was a primary derivative work, derived from lots of reading history books and non-fiction books on military. The "Northwind Highlanders" as depicted in the nineties book OTOH are a romanticistic wish fulfillment of the author, based on reading Battletech novels and Battletech sourcebooks AND misinterpreting them.I don't want to be in that second catagory, so if BattleTech had an Appendix N: Inspirational and Educational Reading then what would be in it? Name some non-fiction books... oh, why discriminate? Can you name any books (whether non-fiction, fiction, colouring, pop-up or scratch-n-sniff, but under no circumstances BattleTech) which ought be included for a BattleTech bibliography?
During the battle for Bell of the First Succession War, Fletcher's great uncle happened to capture a Clint. It still works well, but only one of the medium lasers still works, due to damage received during the battle for Bell.