This is my version of the A5-RX juggernaut from Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron. This tank was built to go where the clone turbo tank is too big to go. It is armed with three forward blasters; one stationary, and a rotating one on either side. One of the rotating blasters move 0º-90º, while the other moves 90º-180º. All three forward blasters pan the horizontal axis only. On top of the vehicle is missile pack that fires eight rockets rapidly one after another. These rockets can be dangerously inaccurate at times. The missile pack can raise 20º vertically for improved distance. Finally, on the back of the vehicle is a beam cannon aligned to the right. The beam cannon pulse lasts up to a stunning six seconds. The A5-RX juggernaut is piloted by three clone troopers. The driver operates the stationary forward blaster and the missile pack. The gunner right behind the driver operates the two rotating forward blasters. The gunner in the rear operates the beam cannon. With small windows, thick armor, and heavy artillery, the A5-RX juggernaut is near invincible! Please review, and thanks for looking!
About this creation
Rear angle. Notice the beam cannon.
Here's the window that the rear gunner looks through
add some stuffu on the sides to make it a little less boxy. the clones look a litle cramped in there. the missle box is GREAT. i don like the coulor scheme. I used those same treads for my ABT, so i wont critique them. Overall, it looks pretty nice. P.S. oh yeh, its too tall but it would be impossible to fit mor than 1 minifig in there, (youd have to lie him down) but in the original design, theres 2 or 3 in there.
Well for a first attempt I think this tank is pretty good. I like the various missiles and turrets. If you aren't limited by pieces try remaking this (or do a version 2) and make it somewhat larger. Also widen the treads out so it will look more aggressive for terrain :). So keep building and if you attempt a version 2 I will definitely review it that also. How many figs can it hold?