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Series: Battletech Turning Points

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Jihad Turning Points: Luthien by Ben H. RomeCAT35601
Jihad Turning Points: New Avalon by Ben H. RomeCAT35602
Jihad Turning Points: Tharkad by Ben H. RomeCAT35603
Jihad Turning Points: Sian by Ben H. RomeCAT35604
Jihad Turning Points: Atreus by Ben H. RomeCAT35605
Jihad Turning Points: Dieron by Ben H. RomeCAT35606
Operational Turning Points: Red Corsair by Ben H. RomeCAT35607
Historical Turning Points: Galtor by Ben H. RomeCAT35620
Historical Turning Points: Misery by Ben H. RomeCAT35621
Third League Turning Points: Free Taiw...St. Ives by Herbert A. Beas IICAT35APR20
Historical Turning Points: Glengarry by Herbert A. Beas IICAT35TP002
Operational Turning Points: Death to Mercenaries by Jason SchmetzerCAT35TP003
Operational Turning Points: Falcon Incursion by Ben H. RomeCAT35TP004
Dark Age Turning Points: Liao by Ben H. RomeCAT35TP006
Historical Turning Points: Mallory’s World by Ben H. RomeCAT35TP007
Dark Age Turning Points: Vega by Ben H. RomeCAT35TP008p
Historical Turning Points: Luzerne by Ben H. RomeCAT35TP009
Historical Turning Points: Antallos by Ben H. RomeCAT35TP010
Jihad Turning Points: Hesperus II by Ben H. RomeCAT35TP011
Historical Turning Points: New Dallas by Ben H. RomeCAT35TP012
Operational Turning Points: Widowmaker Absorption by Philip A. LeeCAT35TP014
Historical Turning Points: Tortuga by Geoff SwiftCAT35TP015
Turning Points: Irian by Patrick WynneCAT35TP016
Operational Turning Points: Capellan Crusades by Joshua C. PerianCAT35TP018
Operational Turning Points: Revival Trials by Philip A. LeeCAT35TP01p
Operational Turning Points: Fronc Reaches by Geoff SwiftCAT35TP020
Turning Points: Orbisonia by Geoff SwiftCAT35TP021
Turning Points: War of 3039 Vega by Joshua FranklinCAT35TP022
Turning Points: Tokasha by Luke RobertsonCAT35TP023

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