It’s a great mech to put an inexperienced player in to teach them how to play and get comfortable with game mechanics. There is not way it can show up before During the Clan exile. The result is that it often won’t live up to its full potential, hobbling around while i play “heat curve juggle” and pray that I don’t need a PSR. The Timber Wolf was designed by Clan Wolf and came to be in as part of a second generation of BattleMechs, with the goal of replacing the similar but inferior Woodsman BattleMech. You’re right, the Timby suffers for want of jump jets.
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It can mess stuff up closing with the LRMs and then melt whatevers left with the heavy larges. On top it all off the Timber Wolf is an Omnimech, a mech that is designed to be easily able to switch out loadouts to fit its current mission allowing it to laser spam one day and missle boat the next.
The thing is the games included the clans, and the major promotions done by wizkids post fasa were during the clan invasion. Although that is most likely going to be true when the Clans DO finally invade in this timeline Even if you know the weakness of the chassies it is still a hard mech to kill.
For me, I consider it a mech that can do just about anything and succeed. I also expected to see a little more fluff given the rich history of this design, but that is secondary to the tactical analysis. It’s lack of mobility is almost shameful. The configurations on the other hand tend to have issues which hurt the utility of the design with the common example being how easily the Prime could be improved by downgrading the LRM racks a size to reduce the heat load, increase the ammo endurance, and free up weight to further improve the design.
Timber Wolf (Mad Cat)
Last thing I saw in the game was my mechs using some pulse lasers. Darrian Wolffe on 10 August Volthar View Profile View Posts. Current days are Tuesdays in the afternoon and evening. Clan Wolf quickly discovered that the Timber Wolf was a winning design and jealously guarded the specifics of the ‘Mech until the other Clans learned to make their own through stripping down Timber Wolves they bought or scavenged.
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Timber Wolf (Mad Cat) – BattleTechWiki
This article is about the iconic OmniMech. The Timby isn’t the be-all-end-all of mechs, and while I no longer put it up on the pedestal of “Best Mech Ever”, it is a solid design. This said i will buy this game, it’s a no brainer, really, if you took a moment to check my game library you would have seen that i possess every single harebrained game, and played ’em a lot. These variants were introduced in various apocryphal sources, and thus far have not appeared in any canonical media.
It kinda “The Batman” of BattleMechs, since its so darn utilitarian Jan 4, 9: Originally posted by BrowneHawk:.
The first is that I am, indeed, a gratuitous Jade Falcon Fanboy. Perhaps you are angry about the fact that the only recent mechwarrior game is a MMO and not a gorgeous single player experience like Mech 4 and Mech 4 Mercenaries? Battleech version of the Mad Cat. Deadborder on 11 August All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US timberwolv other countries. TigerShark on 11 August It took Jordan Freaking Weisman battletfch creator of Battletech to do it. Iron Mongoose Lieutenant Posts: On a final note, at the risk of sounding heretical, while I know we don’t have any solid stats for it yet, I personally like the look of the Mad Cat mk IV more.
You can bet that the clans will follow. The Timber Wolf also has an array of lighter, shorter ranged weaponry for use once the ‘Mech draws closer to its prey: The Timber Wolf was designed by Clan Wolf and came to be in battlteech part of a second generation of BattleMechs, with the goal of replacing the similar but inferior Woodsman BattleMech.