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Project Update #168 wrote:SHIPPING UPDATE

Wave Two shipping consists of twenty-four containers coordinated from four different overseas manufactuers. Eighteen of those containers have arrived and their materials are at the various QML hubs around the world. That leaves six containers, which includes all of the plastics we are so anxious to get our hands on.

The miniatures shipments for all non-US locations areas are as follows: 7 days from our warehouse in Australia, 26 days from our warehouse in Germany, and 35 days from our warehouse in the UK.

For the US miniatures shipping: they've managed to get one contianer out of China, which will arrive in 22 days. The other five containers are estimated to depart on 5/22 (1 container, arriving about 7/5) and on 5/18 (4 containers, arriving on or about 7/8).

Yes, the single container leaving 4 days later is arriving 2 days earlier. Welcome to the crazy world of shipping, which is more insane than it has been in a quarter century of working in the industry.


Inner Sphere Urban Lance
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Hunchback



Raven



Enforcer



Victor




Clan Heavy Star
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Hunchback IIC (front)



Warhammer IIC (front)



Stone Rhino (front)



Marauder IIC (front)



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I kinda want to see the Crocket, the Warhammer, and the Warhammer IIC all lined up together

   
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Wowsers that Stone Rhino update looks good. Love the Supernova, too. That might be my first pickup from the new stuff.

   
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Project Update #170 wrote:The Final Container is Away!

Yay!

So for those who haven't been following along on the worldwide shipping drama, the short version is this: Thanks to covid (among other issues) a lot of containers have been piling up in US ports and warehouses as product has been slow to move out into retail. It's caused all sorts of issues, including ships (which should be always moving) to be anchored for days or weeks at a time while wainting fo ra load of empty containers to return to China. Even now, looking out at Tacoma's waterways. I can see three large freighters at anchor. That's not normal.

The result being that shipping from China has been A) Expensive! and B) Unreliable.

Our final product for the Wave 2 fulfillment was (finally) finished on 3/28/21. We've been booked (and bumped) on three ships since then. We eventually had to divde up our containers to go on three different ships. One left two weeks ago. A four-container shipment left five days ago... And the LAST CONTAINER left port yesterday!

That's right! As of 5/23/21, all Wave 2 product has left China and is on the water (or already waiting at our distribution hubs)!

There is still a lot of work to do. Everyting has to arrive, be counted, be collated... and the be shipped! But getting it out of China is a HUGE step we've been waiting anxiously to report.
   
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Black Knight Variant Mini Coming Soon!

TL;DR - Catalyst have the new multipart Black Knight Variant and they should be in their store "soon".
   
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Booo! Ryoken should'a been first.

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You mean the Stormcrow, surat.

(bias done correctly)

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KS Update #172 - Inner Sphere Heavy Battle Lance & Clan Heavy Battle Star Advanced Final Production Samples

Inner Sphere Heavy Battle Lance
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Nightstar



Cataphract



Axeman



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beast_gts wrote:
KS Update #172 - Inner Sphere Heavy Battle Lance & Clan Heavy Battle Star Advanced Final Production Samples

Inner Sphere Heavy Battle Lance
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Nightstar



Cataphract



Axeman



Bushwacker




Clan Heavy Battle Star
Spoiler:


Turkina



Kingfisher



Ebon Jaguar



Crossbow



Huntsman





Nightstar AND a freaking Bushwacker? Sold! Gimme gimme gimme. grabby hands

   
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Unusual 'Mechs to include in a Clan Invasion-themed Kickstarter, but I'm not complaining. Both fun 'Mechs.

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Invasion era means any conflict between 3049 and Fed-Com Civil War in 3062.
You could arguable dial it back to the Fed-Com vs Combine war of 3036 as it included the IS half of the technology by that time, though it was a transition event and much of the tech was still Succession War era.

Bushwacker was in production in 3053.
Nightstar was a Star League design resurrected in 3057.
Axeman and Cataphract are both in long production prior to the Clan invasion and had matured as designs.

As for the Clan designs.
The Turkina was deployed at Tukkayid in small numbers and was in full production as the signature Jade Falcon assault mech until post jihad.
The Ebon Jaguar is even older but was not well distributed/highlighted. It was available from 3049. Likely the mech was rolling off production lines during the long trip to the Inner Sphere, so it would be early reinforcements only. So certainly available for second wave.
The Huntsman was also produced in 3049 by the Cats, so will be avialable second wave.
The Crossbow and Kingfisher are older designs developed in the Golden Century by the Vipers and Ravens respectively. They may arguable be rare mechs but should be widely if thinly distributed by isorla alone. Especially the Kingfisher as its a solid design. I could well see the Falcons trade for some, and maybe also the Wolves and Bears.

I cant see a problem with any of the above designs as 'Clan Invasion era' though many were more prominent later. Nightstar is a more questionable include as the Invasion era was pretty much over by the time it service, but it would have been available for Bulldog and the Smoke Jaguar annihilation, which I would certainly count as a Clan Invasion campaign, the closing chapter of the era perhaps.

The problem is that have to put a date on the sourcebooks it was FASA's way, but the contents are arbitrary, some items included are much older, others are new hotness, others are designs that drew a lot of attention at the time.

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 Orlanth wrote:
Invasion era means any conflict between 3049 and Fed-Com Civil War in 3062.
The actual Clan invasion, which this Kickstarter has gone to great lengths to show, has a specific timeframe. It starts in 3049 and ends on Tukayyid in 3052. The Bushwacker and Nightstar weren't part of that. Far as I can see they are the only two out of every 'Mechs in the KS that weren't around during those 3 years.

If they were doing the Clan Invasion Era, rather than the Clan invasion itself, then I feel they wouldn't've put such an emphasis on Tukayyid (a set of detailed maps + an entire full-blown source book), and stuck to actual 'Mechs that were around specifically during the Clan invasion. Otherwise we'd be seeing things like the Sunder, Avatar, Grand Titan, Fireball, Komodo, Gallowglas, and so on.

 Orlanth wrote:
Axeman and Cataphract are both in long production prior to the Clan invasion and had matured as designs.
Cool. Wasn't talking about them.

 Orlanth wrote:
As for the Clan designs...
Again, was just talking about the Bushwacker and Nightstar, neither of which make sense as part of a Clan Invasion set.

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I think they're just cramming several cycles of production into the first because the money is there to do it. We'll probably see the rest of those 3058 mechs sooner rather than later too.

   
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 Nurglitch wrote:
I think they're just cramming several cycles of production into the first because the money is there to do it. We'll probably see the rest of those 3058 mechs sooner rather than later too.
IIRC the stretch-goal packs were put to a vote (edit: yep, first mentioned in Update #6). The rumour for the next KS was mercs & vehicles, but Dark Age / ilClan is getting some traction.

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KS Update #6 wrote:It’s strange, wonderful, and humbling that 14-year-old me tried to figure out how to put lances together in 1986, and all these decades later, it’s still just as brilliantly fun and intellectually frustrating.

As we expected, the euphoria started to ebb a bit after the initial launch of the Kickstarter. The quintessential Clan Invasion ’Mechs are unlocked (of course all the original sixteen from Technical Readout: 3050 have to be there). Some all-important classics are available (squeal…cannot wait to march a new Archeror Warhammer or Crusaderonto the field!). Now, we start getting out in the weeds some.

In doing so, it’s easy to see how some may start to turn their heads slightly and scratch their chins at various choices made for the Kickstarter’s Star and Lance Pack stretch goals. With that in mind, we thought it would be appropriate to provide a behind-the-scenes-look at some of those design decisions.

Since I don’t necessarily want to talk about those packs as described above (who doesn’t want their Timber Wolf or Phoenix Hawk!), let’s move down the list a bit and look at the Inner Sphere Striker Lance (unlocked at $500k; that was a brilliant moment as we were all sitting there, graphics and updates loaded, waiting for the roll-over). It consists of the following BattleMechs: Blackjack, Panther, Wolfhound, and Jenner.

Now, when we’re building these Star and Lance Packs, several of us are involved, we’ve got a big spreadsheet open, and we’re plugging-and-playing and discussing (and oft-times arguing about) the different possible ’Mechs to include. But at the core, we’re using the following guidelines (in no particular order).

Position: What’s come before in the campaign, and what’s coming after. For example, at $450k, the Clan Heavy Battle Star was filled with heavy and assault OmniMechs. The Clan Support Star at $550k mirrored that. As such, the Inner Sphere Lance Pack unlocked between those two needed to edge heavily in the other direction.

Art Redesign: Just so we’re clear, every single ’Mech released as part of this campaign will go through the full redesign process, wedding the classic elements of each ’Mech that we fell in love with to more modern aesthetics. That said, some ’Mechs need a facelift more than others, so allowing them to be unlocked sooner than others is appropriate. (Though, as always, mileage varies as art is wonderfully subjective.) The Wolfhound is a great example of this “needing it more than others.”

Good Design/Fan-Favorites: What do we see the fans discussing at conventions and online? And even more importantly, what are they playing? What do we play? The Panther, Wolfhound and Jenner are excellent examples of great designs used on tabletops often.

Era Appropriate: With very few exceptions (usually created from trying to match all of these criteria) the ’Mech should be available within the Clan Invasion Era.

General Usage Within Inner Sphere: Again, with very few exceptions, almost everything unlocked to date have been ’Mechs available to most factions and widely produced within the universe. We’ve held off on designs heavily associated with a particular faction, so far. For example, just yesterday we discussed the Dragon, Maulerand Hatamoto-chi. Those are so quintessentially Combine that not having them in a “Lance Pack: House Kurita” just seemed wrong. So they’re much further down the list.

Formations: We use the rules from Campaign Operations (starting on p. 60) to ensure every lance fits within an established Formation. In this instance, the Striker Lance says the following:

“All units in a Striker/Cavalry Lance must have a minimum Walk/Cruise speed of 5, or a Jump movement of 4 or more. No units in a Striker/Cavalry Lance may be of assault weight class or above. At least 50 percent of the Striker/Cavalry Lance must have the Striker or Skirmisher unit Roles.”

Do the Blackjack, Panther, Wolfhound, and Jennerall fit those requirements? Yup.

Ephemera:This is the last piece, and it’s one that unites the other elements, or often provides just a gut sense of where we should take things. In this instance, the Blackjack fails most of the criteria above on its own. Yet, it’s one of the key BattleMechs in Harebrained Schemes’ BATTLETECH computer game…and is actually ridiculously fun to play in that experience. There were one or two other options for that last billet, all appropriate and vying for that slot, but that other connection tipped the balance.

TIME FOR YOUR INPUT

As you can see, there’s a long list of factors and making them all fit as best we can for maximum use and desirability is complex. Now and then, this leads to some squeaky wheels being included (hence, the chin-scratching noted at the beginning).

But the brilliant thing about this campaign is the access it provides us to several thousand passionate, knowledge fans. And we’re going to do that in two ways.

Survey

First, here’s a link to a survey of every ’Mech unlocked from $350,000 and above. (Earlier ’Mechs are simply too far along in the development and production process; and yes, 750k is not unlocked, but I feel pretty confident it will be shortly.)

Is there one design you just cannot believe we put in there and you want to see gone? Vote it off the DropShip! If there is a clear and heavy consensus surrounding some designs, we’ll take a long look at whether we should remove one or more in favor of others.

Make Your Case

Are you looking at all of the revealed Star and Lance Packs and wondering how X, or Y, or Z ’Mech hasn’t been added yet? Well, here’s your chance.

In the comments below, choose one design you absolutely believe should be included here, and make your case. Convince the backers (and us) of why it should be included. Better yet, we encourage you to go a step further: browse the Formation rules in Campaign Operations and tell us what pack you think your suggestion would best fit into.

As above, upon reviewing, if there is a clear and heavy consensus on some designs, we’ll take that into serious consideration when adding future packs and/or in combination with any that might be removed based upon the survey.

As a caveat, here, remember what we said in the input for the Clan battle armor update. Please be respective of your brothers-and-sisters in arms. We are all here because we love this universe. Let everyone make their case, support where you will, and let’s see where this takes us. After all, this is your campaign, and we want your help to make it the best it can be!

Thanks.

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 H.B.M.C. wrote:
 Orlanth wrote:
Invasion era means any conflict between 3049 and Fed-Com Civil War in 3062.
The actual Clan invasion, which this Kickstarter has gone to great lengths to show, has a specific timeframe. It starts in 3049 and ends on Tukayyid in 3052. The Bushwacker and Nightstar weren't part of that. Far as I can see they are the only two out of every 'Mechs in the KS that weren't around during those 3 years.

If they were doing the Clan Invasion Era, rather than the Clan invasion itself, then I feel they wouldn't've put such an emphasis on Tukayyid (a set of detailed maps + an entire full-blown source book), and stuck to actual 'Mechs that were around specifically during the Clan invasion. Otherwise we'd be seeing things like the Sunder, Avatar, Grand Titan, Fireball, Komodo, Gallowglas, and so on.

 Orlanth wrote:
Axeman and Cataphract are both in long production prior to the Clan invasion and had matured as designs.
Cool. Wasn't talking about them.

 Orlanth wrote:
As for the Clan designs...
Again, was just talking about the Bushwacker and Nightstar, neither of which make sense as part of a Clan Invasion set.



Bushwacker was prevelant in the cartoon, which was based on the initial invasion. I know, I know, poorly written material that didn't follow actual canon and was retconned as an in-universe propaganda film, but the cartoon and the Mechwarrior PC games were many people's intro to BT and I'm sure I'm not the only one that had the Bushwacker toy from the show. So it's a weirdly iconic invasion-era mech despite the lore saying it didn't come out till after Tukayyid. I think it's the Battletech equivalent of playing with green plastic armymen and seeing the movie Patton and therefore associating the M48 Patton with WW2, even though the M48 was years later.

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The Clan invasion did not end with the battle of Tukayvid. It ended with the Great Refusal in 3060 so both those mechs are good
   
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I know the Bushwacker was my first real taste of Battletech, with the campaign in Mechwarrior 3, a whole lotta years ago. And yes, I have the toy from the show, too, lol.

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 Kalamadea wrote:
I'm sure I'm not the only one that had the Bushwacker toy from the show. .


I STILL have the Bushwacker toy from the show.

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Jerram wrote:
The Clan invasion did not end with the battle of Tukayyid. It ended with the Great Refusal in 3060 so both those mechs are good


Agreed, Bushwacker is a Clan Invasion mech. Nightstar appears slightly more questionable, at least from a Great House perspective. However I would consider the Smoke Jaguar Annihilation and Great Refusal part of the Clan Invasion, and I sincerely doubt the FedCom left such a potent clan killer design behind. Gauss rifles are as close as the spheroids get to clan weapons tech parity. However on some research ComStar has first generation Nightstars and would likely deploy any they had at Tukkayid as they emptied the bag. Note that this mech is listed as Fed-Com (plus successors) and ComStar on MWO.

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Does anyone know how to get ahold of anyone running this KS?

I just realized I still never got my stuff.
   
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 Phobos wrote:
Does anyone know how to get ahold of anyone running this KS?

I just realized I still never got my stuff.



Please note that if you picked any Wave 2 item and selected single shipping as an option, all of the goodies will arrive in Wave 2.

If that's not the case, then I'd advise you to try and get hold of Catalyst Game Labs directly (i.e. not through the KS messaging system)
   
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 Phobos wrote:
Does anyone know how to get ahold of anyone running this KS?

I just realized I still never got my stuff.


Have you gotten any emails from CrowdOx ?
   
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 Phobos wrote:
Does anyone know how to get ahold of anyone running this KS?

I just realized I still never got my stuff.


Have you gotten any emails from CrowdOx ?


Yep, and I keep replying to them that I never got my stuff.

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Old-Four-Arms wrote:
 Phobos wrote:
Does anyone know how to get ahold of anyone running this KS?

I just realized I still never got my stuff.



Please note that if you picked any Wave 2 item and selected single shipping as an option, all of the goodies will arrive in Wave 2.

If that's not the case, then I'd advise you to try and get hold of Catalyst Game Labs directly (i.e. not through the KS messaging system)


Yeah, like Old-Four-Arms said, if any of your items were Wave 2 and you didn't pay for separate shipping, then your pledge is likely on the way over now.

   
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After months of asking where my order was, about eight emails or so that were just plain ignored I finally got a reply after I lost my temper with them because I figured I was screaming into the void at that point.

"Thank you for your feedback! We're aware at Catalyst we've let a few balls drop as we've taken on new endeavors to juggle. In that process we've experienced some growing pains as a company and are regretful to have served you the experience you and others have encountered. Progressing forward we intend to do better by you all and to improve the overall relationship we hold with you as a company with our direct communication methods.

I personally hope you love your items once they arrive, and I can't wait for all of you to enjoy what we've excitedly produced!"

Terrible communicators and still no clearer as to what is going on. Had they just replied to my first email or sent out updates saying it was delayed I would have been fine.
   
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You still haven't answered the question:

What did you set your shipping to? Waves 1 and 2, or everything in Wave 2?

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Does it matter, it's all Wave 2 now.

If it doesn't arrive at Wave 2 fulfilment is the time to get worried. Also post fulfilment Catalyst will know what damage control is required.

Catalyst are not fly by nights, if we don't get our stuff they will try to set us right from retail stock. I don't think anything is entirely KS exclusive to the point that they don't have some lying around, and a retail release is intended.

In any case the best place to take issues, at the proper time is here:

https://bg.battletech.com/forums

CrowdOx and Kickstarter are business ends, the CBT forums are high profile and high-up in Catalyst intermingle with the fans. They will not like bad optics and will help people with problems.

But, if anyone is missing Wave 1. First, too fething late to moan now, second wait for the Wave 2 drop for clarity. Wave 1 to Wave 2 delay is an understandable error and easy to prove when you compare your rewards on Wave 2 delivery. It might be bad to have paid for Wave 1 and not got it, but the time to do something about that was when Wave 1 shipped, if you pay extra to get it early make noises early not when you will end up getting it Wave 2 anyway. At this point anyone who had Wave 1 stuff bundled is best off just waiting then asking for the Wave 1 shipping cost to be refunded. It will be easy to prove and easy to remedy.

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TL;DR - the multi-part Black Knight “Clanbuster" "will go on sale later today, Thursday, June 10"

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The Com Guards created a special version of the Black Knight, known as the "Clanbuster," to face the Clans on Tukayyid. Wielding a special sword-shaped hatchet and an all-energy weapons array, this 'Mech proved effective in thwarting the Invading Clans' quest for Terra.

This premium variant, featured on the cover of the Battle of Tukayyid sourcebook, will soon be available as an all-new multi-part unpainted miniature to join your BattleTech force!

The miniature includes multiple optional parts--three hands, three arms, and three legs--allowing you to choose one of dozens of poses. This Black Knight miniature employs new modeling techniques which we hope to apply to many BattleMech designs.

A first-of-its-kind item for us, we're offering these Black Knights as a test case. They will go on sale later today, Thursday, June 10 through the Catalyst Game Labs store and are limited to one per order while supplies last.

As we work with the supplier of the Black Knight “Clanbuster" on their next design (and plan other potential 'Mechs to get this treatment), we invite our customers to take a brief survey below to help us gauge interest on this miniature and other great new products.

Until next time,
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