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AT-RT clone walker All Terrain Recon Transport
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I got the idea from the Lego Star Wars AT-RT, and decided to change something on it. I couldn't bother find the correct coloured peices.
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About the AT-RT( from Wikipedia):One of several precursors to the AT-ST walker, the AT-RT was 3.2 meters tall and 2.9 meters long, with a saddle-like seat for a single clone trooper driver. Its open cockpit design made the driver especially vulnerable to sniper fire, a notable flaw, but low costs and good visibility of the battlefield made up for this shortcoming. While other walkers like the AT-PT eliminated the flaw of the exposed driver position, the AT-PT was slower, and this made the AT-RT competitive with the former.
The recon walker was equipped with a nose-mounted repeating blaster cannon and mortar launcher, both of which made the walker a formidable anti-infantry unit. The AT-RT was fitted with a motion detection scanner and sensor equipment capable of providing Forward Command Centers with updated situation reports from the battlefield.
Advanced Recon Force troopers were known to pilot these walkers.
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Due to its light construction, AT-RT walkers were especially vulnerable to heavy weapons. This led many commanders to use them in fast scout packs or in the role of civilian (police or military) support. Commonly, these walkers operated as picket and pathfinder units.
AT-RT walkers were used on several worlds during the Clone Wars, during the battles such as the Battle of Christophsis, Battle of Ryloth, Battle of Bakura and Battle of Kashyyyk, and were later used in an attempt to track down Jedi Master Yoda following the execution of Order 66. They also saw action on Outer Rim planets such as the conflicts on Utapau and Mygeeto.


AT-RTs used by the GAR on Ryloth.
These light-weight walkers would also be utilized in the attack on the Jedi Temple. Over a year later, during an attempt by ex-Jedi Fy-Tor-Ana and Ferus Olin to retrieve a cache of lightsabers from the occupied Temple, AT-RTs would back up teams of stormtroopers that were hunting them. However, it appeared that the AT-RT was phased out in favor of the AT-ST.
Elite Imperial units like Lightning Squadron continued to utilize their AT-RTs during the Galactic Civil War. Modified AT-RTs were also utilized by the Rebel Alliance and fringe groups. Many of these walkers were painted with camouflage to better blend in with their surroundings. A floodlight often replaced the repeating blaster cannon, providing additional aid for the walker on night-time missions, but making the vehicle more vulnerable in the process.

I built it a bit differently, comparing it to the Star Wars Lego set.






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  May 26, 2011
Jasper< I removed commander Gee as another moderator because he too is a youth and has no objectivity or knowledge of the problems faith brings. I am leaving the topic of Creativity on for now but the offenders have been warned! I'd hate to see this group closed down! Think this is a site that celebrates creativity with the use of LEGO Bricks NOT a political nor religious debate center! O.K.? Nick
 
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