Stalker

The original casting Stalker was first released in the 1980s. The resculpt is a little bit bigger, and comes with parts to make either the standard version or the PPC version.

Mech Picture Resculpt casting - PPC
This mini is painted in the colors of the 1st Davion Guard.
This mini appears on page 6 of the Painting and Tactics Guide from the Classic Battletech Introductory Box Set.
It appears on page 23 of the Introductory Rulebook from the Classic Battletech Introductory Box Set.

STATUS: Completed, Oct. 2006.


Mech Picture Original casting
I used this mech to help develop the paint scheme for the Umayyad 1st Corps (which is now a canon scheme featured on CamoSpecs Online). The official scheme reads:
The Mechwarriors of the 1st Corps paint their machines in a bright yellow wit h teal trim. Flowing patterns of purples or blues are often added.
The scheme was inspired by the dress of the Spanish Moors from the 13th century AD.

STATUS: Custom job, delivered 12/2004.


Mech Picture Original casting
This Stalker is painted in the colors of Clan Hell's Horses Iota Galaxy.

STATUS: Custom job, delivered 04/2004.


Mech Picture Original casting
This mech is part of a pre-3050 era Steiner unit painted in field greens. The hex base was left mostly bare by customer request.

STATUS: Custom job, delivered 02/2003.


Mech Picture Original casting
This mech is part of a custom Kurita unit that includes the following mechs:
  • Catapult K2
  • Marauder
  • Stalker
  • Katyusha

STATUS: Custom job, delivered June 2001.


Mech Picture "City Block"
Original casting
Stalker is a classic multi-role assault mech dating from 3025. It is large and ominous... great for intimidation tactics. This one has been painted in an urban spot scheme.

STATUS: Sold, 10/2000.


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