Cicada sculpts include:
- Original version from the late 1980s
- Resculpt (1998) It is slightly larger and smoother, and has the legs in a slightly different pose. It also has a left torso PPC.
- Beginner Set 6 and 7 sculpt (2004) is based on the 1998 one with the left torso gun removed, and is mounted to a partial hex base.
- Alpha Strike (AS) plastic sculpt, base #6 from the Battletech Introductory Boxed Set and the Recon Lance Pack (2013). This version is nearly identical to the Beginner Set sculpt but in plastic.
BS plastic sculpt
This highly-modified Cicada carries special recon gear. The paint scheme matches that of the Terran 17-year cyclical "Brood X" cicada.
STATUS: Completed 06/2021.
Beginner set sculpt
This mini is painted in the colors of the 1st Taurian Pride.
This mini appears on the inner box of the Classic Battletech Introductory Box Set.
This mini appears on page 12 of the Painting and Tactics Guide from the Classic Battletech Introductory Box Set.
STATUS: Completed, 8/2006.
Beginner set sculpt
This Cicada has been painted in a green and brown Liao scheme inspired by some MWDA models. It was part of a set including an Enforcer, Hermes II, and Hunchback painted for Randall Bills to use as prizes for Gencon 2005.
This mini appears in the Classic Battletech Quick Start Rules on p 9.
STATUS: Completed, 7/2005 and delivered to GenCon 2005.
This Cicada is painted in the scheme of the Lyran Alliance's Cavannaugh Theater Militia.
STATUS: Completed, 1/2004. This mech is not for sale.
Here's another original casting Cicada. This one has a swamp camo paint scheme (which was partially started by someone else). There are Kurita markings on the mech, and a foot soldier on the base.
STATUS: Sold, July 2000.
This Cicada has the markings of the Arkab Legion, a para-mercenary group attached to House Kurita. The Cicada makes an effective recon mech due to its speed.
STATUS: Sold, 03/2000.
Cicada is a very fast mech for its size. It has been around since 3025 times, and it a traditional recon mech. It is often used in place of a Locust to command recon lances. This Cicada is painted in green with Rasalhague markings. It is posed on a lightly wooded hex.
STATUS: Completed Feb. 2000. Sold, summer 2000.
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