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SPHA-T 10th Sky Corps . The SPHA-T was one of five types of SPHA's they were used mainly during the clone wars and a while after during the Galactic Empire. They were developed by Rothana Heavy Engineering a branch of Kuat Drive Yards and were designed to fulfill the role of mobile ground-based long-range artillery support. This is a 10th Sky Corps SPHA-T. It took a lot of work and it's a little small but I'm really happy with it. This ship was customized by Commander Strings to serve as the lead vessel of his squad of SPHA-T's. It also has the main features of any SPHA-T including a troop hold a bridge and of course the artillery. . The front with sloping right side and edge on the left. The other side with large vent. The artillery. The artillery again. I'm really happy with how the use of the blue legs turned out, and the lime green studs. Which bring in the GAR's colors. Here's Commander Strings with his men preparing for battle in the troop hold. The door/ramp. The bridge with a clone pilot and scout. The bridge view 2. Thanks for looking please rate and comment!


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