BattleTech: Chaos Formed (Book Two of the Chaos Irregulars)

BattleTech: Chaos Formed (Book Two of the Chaos Irregulars)

by Kevin Killiany

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The battlefields of the 31st century are commanded by the BattleMech, twelve-meter-tall, 100-ton bipedal engines of destruction. Fought by MechWarriors, commanded by neo-feudal officers, owned by national governments and band of mercenaries, loyal to one of the interstellar Successor States or the martial Clans, these 'Mechs make every other ground combat vehicle obsolete.

This is the warfare of fusion-powered giants.

This is BattleTech.

The Chaos Irregulars are mercenaries, born on the battlefields of the planet Acamar at the dawn of the Word of Blake's horrific Jihad. Orphans of shattered mercenary battalions, they were forged in the crucible of combat into one of the most reliable mercenary battalions in the Inner Sphere.

Chaos Formed: Book Two of the Chaos Irregulars continues the fan-favorite mercenary band's contracts, battling intrigue, betrayal and other BattleMech mercenaries. First published on the BattleCorps fiction site, these stories comprise the second half of a duology that will began in Chaos Born: Book One of the Chaos Irregulars.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149005840
Publisher: Catalyst Game Labs
Publication date: 12/01/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 949,539
File size: 3 MB

Customer Reviews

BattleTech: Chaos Formed (Book Two of the Chaos Irregulars) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'd loved the storyline and am waiting for more from this writing about this wonderful mercenary band. Bring them back!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ive read almost all the Battletech/Mechwarrior books, and while I havent liked them all, no other book has anoyed me as much as this series. The characters are shallow, one sided puppets, who seem karmically drawn to make the worst possible decision every single time. The plot lines are so forced and absurd that you cant help but see how the story is being shoe horned into a mold to make them "dramatic" and "exciting", when they are merely predictable and trite. I prayed they would all be wiped out or disbanded out of sheer stupidity half way through the second book. The mech battles are the singlular savings grace of the books. The author writes a good mech fight, even is his "heroes" are piss-poor pilots who always-always-get beaten. Waste of money.