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Fighting hand to hand hardley seems like the time for Adam and Nicholi to hold a calm conversation about freeborn versus trueborn.
When Adam tries to turn Kristen and Nicholai against each other again (by having Pytor's transponder installed in his mech), he fires his Axman's missiles at the two sides. The Hunchback IIC (Pytor's mech) has no missiles, so both Kristen and Nicholai should have been able to connect the dots once they saw their screens ID the firing unit as Pytor's mech and immediately realize that things weren't what they seemed instead of firing at each other for a while in confusion.
One of the Clan Wolf Elementals refers to another as "Lieutenant." The Clans do not have a rank called "Lieutenant;" the closest equivalent would be Star Commander.
Star Commander Natalya reports to Pytor that the signal from Camelot Command is a FedCom (Federated Commonwealth) one. However, when Camelot Command was in operation centuries ago, the Federated Commonwealth (a union of two Inner Sphere states) did not exist; the correct designation would have been Lyran Commonwealth instead (the name of the member state that Camelot Command was located in).
Another important part of Battletech history is messed up in this episode: the Star League Defense Force did not depart the Inner Sphere from Camelot Command, but from the New Samarkand system (which is in the "northeast" part of the Inner Sphere, whereas Camelot Command is in the "northwest").
The story about the formation of the Clans in this episode is completely wrong. Alexandr didn't form the Clans, his son Nicholas did over two decades AFTER they left the Inner Sphere.
Also, the two ports emitting light on the Axman are supposed to be missile tubes, not searchlights.
Ciro seems to have a heck of a quick recovery time from invasive surgery, given that he seems to be in battle mere hours after receiving the Enhanced Imaging neural implants.
On Trellwan, Victor Davion piloted a Victor and Galen Cox a Crusader. The cartoon has Victor in a Mauler and Galen in a Centurion. The Mauler is a particularly silly choice as it is a new Kurita mech that was not in production during the Clan invasion of Trellwan.
When did the Centurion's autocannon become a PPC?
Those ports on the Thor's hips and legs are not lasers. Indeed, in Battletech it's impossible to fit 3 lasers on a mech's leg. Plus, in a later episode, the hip weapons are revealed to be missile launchers.
Clan mechs shooting at ostriches? Why? Shouldn't the ostriches stick their heads in the ground?
How did Pytor and the Clan get on the Dropship without anyone noticing?
When Adam chalenges Nicholai, there is only one red Thor mech. However, there appears to be 2 during the avalanche scene.
5 dropships against 4 Mechs in the first battle on Romulus. This hardly seems honerable.
Does Nicholai really need microphone to adress 8 people of the conquered planet?
What exactly is Franklin doing waving a flash light arround?
Nicholai's laser causing mechs to spontaneously explode in the opening battle. Just Plane Wrong(tm)
The clan mechs have been spending hours in the sun baking? We know that there is only 1 mech unaccounted for during this battle (the one that captured the strikers). What were they doing? Fighting Cero and Kiele? Walking in Circles?
Tybus says all he has is a lance of 5 mechs, yet he only sends 3 to the trap.
Contrary to what Rachel says, shooting at a Jumpship is not a violation of the Ares Conventions; it was simply an unwritten rule followed after the First Succession War to keep space travel from becoming impossible for everyone.