Sunday, November 16, 2014

Progress Progresses Progressively

I know the title is a blatant ripoff of Scott’s....but it seems everybody in the community is kind of worn out at the moment.

Dervish by Tim Fusco
Anyways, lots to talk about! So, I’ve completed my move up to Portland, Oregon, and gotten a new job. Don’t worry, that doesn’t mean I won’t be working on Battletech: Combined Arms. Quite the opposite, in fact. With a regular income, I have the stability I need to begin funding the business and taking care of the legal aspect of it.

Here’s a breakdown: 

  • The rules are 100% written and complete for Battletech: Combined Arms. 
  • Tim Fusco is my head sculptor, and will be building the master models from which the resin casts will be made. 
  • Tim’s new Dervish sculpt will be my pitch prototype to accompany my business proposal. 
  • I still need to source a sculptor for 28mm infantry and vehicles, if anybody knows a good sculptor for these, please hit me up. 
  • Graphic design on the actual, printed rulebook is in progress, nearing completion. 

So that’s a brief rundown of what’s been going on. I’ve got a local artist who’s working with me on illustrations for the rulebook as well, so we’ll see how that works out. I’m excited about the progress being made here, and if all goes according to plan, we’ll be up and running in full by 2nd Quarter of next year. 


  1. do you have a copy of the rules that can be play tested? or can be purchased as is with out the fancy stuff?

    1. Well unfortunately Catalyst Game Labs shut down my planned game pretty quickly. I can give you the rules for free. Can’t sell a damn thing though, legally.

  2. Jerks!
    Well I would take a copy if you would/could email them to me

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    1. Sorry, got super busy with life stuff. My bad. I’ll be uploading a copy here in the next few days.