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    • gorkmalork

      Possibly ’cause the side turrets’ barrels stick out far enough to potentially compromise each others’ fields of fire. Plus, that aft gun can rotate far enough for a little broadside action.

  1. Kris Huckle

    Do you have any plans to do any land based vehicles?
    Perhaps like another type of walker or something?
    Great work on everything so far though, keep it up!

    • Fractalsponge

      I have an AT-SE, AT-SW, AT-SP, AT-AT, Juggernaut A6, and a medium/heavy repulsortank so far. That’s a decent number for now. I think there will probably be some additional walkers and repulsor vehicles though.

      • Anonymous

        Like the AT-ST, AT-AA(Anti-Air), AT-TE and the 2-M Saber class repulsor tank?

  2. gorkmalork

    That dorsal anti-speeder(?) turret’s exceptionally spiffy-looking even by your standards. Incidentally, does recoil strike you as much of an issue for LTLs in atmosphere & mounted on something this compact?

      • gorkmalork

        I’ll admit to a deeply dorky twinge of glee when Rogue One trotted out that prison-bus Juggy variant. And on further random tangents, the broadside placement of those TLs has me visualizing this thing in a terrain-following peek-a-boom duel with either similar platforms or something like the AT-SP.

        • Arvenski

          “I’ll admit to a deeply dorky twinge of glee when Rogue One trotted out that prison-bus Juggy variant.” Oh yeah. I knew the fan service was off to a good start when I saw that.

          • gorkmalork

            Sad thing is, I’m still itching for a Rebel-hijacked Jug-vs-AT-AT duel. Preferably involving the former T-boning the latter off a convenient cliff.

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