Wolfhound IIC 3
Mass: 35 tons
Tech Base: Clan
Chassis Config: Biped
Rules Level: Tournament Legal
Era: Clan Invasion
Tech Rating/Era Availability: F/X-X-D-A
Production Year: 3052
Cost: 5,667,030 C-Bills
Battle Value: 2,129
Chassis: Unknown Endo-Steel
Power Plant: Unknown 210 Fusion XL Engine
Walking Speed: 64.8 km/h
Maximum Speed: 97.2 km/h
Jump Jets: None
Jump Capacity: 0 meters
Armor: Unknown Ferro-Fibrous
1 ER PPC
4 ER Medium Lasers
Primary Factory: Unknown
Communications System: Unknown
Targeting and Tracking System: Unknown
When Phelan Kell was inducted into the Wolf Clan as a Warrior, his original battlemech, a Wolfhound nicknamed "Grinner" was upgraded with Clan technology,resulting in the creation of the Wolfhound IIC. This Clan-tech incarnation of the Wolfhound had an ER Large Laser on its right arm as its main long-range weapon, supported by three Medium Pulse Lasers and a rear-mounted ER Medium Laser. Fourteen double heat sinks are enough to keep heat levels at a minimum as long as the rear-mounted laser does not see use.
Phelan Kell would later experiment with the weapons layout of his Wolfhound IIC, resulting in the creation of two variants of the battlemech. The first variant, known as the Wolfhound IIC 2, trades cooling ability for accuracy, as it reduced the double heat sinks to ten, and replaced the ER Medium Laser and ER Large Laser with Pulse versions, as well as adding an ECM Suite. The second variant was the antithesis of the first variant, and was known as the Wolfhound IIC 3.
Like the original Wolfhound IIC, this variant is built with an Endo-Steel chassis and protected by 6.5 tons of Ferro-Fibrous armor. This Wolfhound IIC
variant also retains the original's fourteen double heat sinks, as well as its XL Fusion Engine.
Like the original, this Wolfhound IIC variant sports an all-energy variant, with an ER PPC on the right arm as its main long-range weapon. This is supported by four ER Medium Lasers, with one per side torso, and two in the center torso; suprisingly, the second ER Medium Laser is also facing forward.
All of the weapons are tied to a two-ton Targeting Computer, making each shot
There are no known records in regards of the deployment of the Wolfhound IIC 3.