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Noah

Thanks, but I’ll stick with the Juggernaut.

Grand Admiral Starman
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So Fractal, since this monster is gigantic, I was wondering of it could fit into any Landing Craft, Or even how it fits in hangar bays who are not large enough. How do you transport these?

Anonymous
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As of right now there are no known dropship type that can carry a AT-SP yet and when Fractal does make one it will be either a Chi class heavy dropship variant or a titan class variant.

As for the hanger bay that carry them there are as of right now 4 ships that can carry them with those hanger bays (Which are the huge square ones) which is the Impellor, the Compellor, the Legator and the Consolidator.

Anonymous
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So Fractal since you said the AT-SP is 56 meters in height then what the length is?

Anonymous
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Anonymous

OK the AT-M6 walker size was revealed to be 40.87 meters in length, 17.95 meters in width and 36.18 meters in height.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Also the First Order also have the AT-AT and the AT-ST but the difference is: 1. The First Order’s AT-AT have increase leg armor but it’s chin heavy laser cannons were replaced to it’s side which remove it’s medium blasters, the size is change to 24 meters in length, 10.19 meters in width and 22.03 meters in height. 2. The First Order’s AT-ST was quote “Clad in next-generation reinforced composite armor” and it have improved gyroscopic systems which make it more stable than the GE’s AT-ST, it’s weapons remained the same but it’s size is now 6.43 meters in length,… Read more »

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Also the First Order’s AT-AT’s front toes was reinforced for smashing aside obstacles and it look stubby.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Also it’s front shin have extra reinforced armor.
Another thing about the M6 is that at the top back there are some containers that are fuel cells for the megacaliber 6 turbolaser cannon while it’s front legs were design like that for reducing the turbolaser cannon’s recoil.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

So Fractal does the AT-SP move the same speed as the AT-AT or slower?

Jackalope
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Jackalope

Forget the gorilla walker, this thing is amazing.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Ikr?
If echo base was screwed with AT-AT’s, then imagine these. The first transport would have never gotten away.

Noah
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Noah

The first transport got out before the walkers got on the ground, so your argument is invalid.

Shaun
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Shaun

I imagine the things that look like little quad lasers with radar dishes behind them [and nostrils if we’re getting anthropomorphic] are, in fact, weaponized ghetto blasters…? But actually, I’ve been spending a lot of time wading through all these posts and thought it’d be great to see a ‘kit of parts’ post that itemized and walked-through standard weapons, ship components, and the like. You have a post that showed a range of standard components when you where describing some of your rationale on power/mass/size requirements and what-not, and it’d be nice to have that reference… Also, might result in… Read more »

Anonymous
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Anonymous

So the tops guns that is mostly going to be use for attacking very heavily fortified bases are the basic 6 megatons light turbolasers or most likely a cut-down sub megaton version?

StellarMagic
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StellarMagic

I think they’re derived from the old AT-TE’s main gun, in which case it’s not an energy weapon but a mass driver.

StellarMagic
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StellarMagic

Hmm… ironically this thing looks to be about the same size as the new ‘Gorilla’ walker the First Order uses (I will not say it’s name because everything new that got named for the sequel trilogy seems to have been named by a comic book author or something, so many dumb names). Except that thing is just a giant artillery piece.

This thing is a Star Wars siege tower. XD

gorkmalork
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gorkmalork

Sensible choice to make this brute somewhat no-neck (that’s what all the turrets & sensors are for), though from the side my fool eyes take a second to distinguish ‘tween fore & aft. Those upper & lower-midsection hatches imply at least some light-vehicle/troop capacity and/or missile magazines, so staying below its horizon may not help quite enough. Speaking of which, fiendish idea: training remote/interrogator droid-scale target designators.

gorkmalork
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gorkmalork

Whoops, didn’t intend this as a reply. Decent analogy on Stellar’s part, though.

PhantomFury
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PhantomFury

Interesting design, reminded me of that vehicle being described as a link between an AT-TE and an AT-AT. That said, the tall, lanky looking leg is a little odd for me and I think it would be more fitting if the legs are angled outwards more.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Ah yes this behemoth I bet it would destroy the so called First order’s Mega caliber 6 walker no problem.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Nah, a MegaCaliber Six shot to those lanky legs would spell disaster for them I think.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

You sure about that? The Megacaliber 6’s cannon above it’s head look to be fixed in one direction the front which means the gorilla walker need to turn from right to left to be able to fire on the target while the AT-SP’s guns can move around reliable like the heavy laser cannons, gatling cannons, anti personal guns and it’s light turbolasers on the top also those guns are all around the walker leaving it with almost no blind spots while the gorilla’s guns are again only in the front leaving it very vulnerable especially the back. Also the SP… Read more »

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Chris Bradshaw

If you need that much ground firepower, at what point does it become more feasible for a Victory class Star Destroyer to drag an extendable spike from its ventral hangar to maintain ground contact in order to breach a theater shield? These superheavy walkers are cool, but is there really a tactical niche for a walking fortress of this size?

Arvenski
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Arvenski

This thing seems to me to be like a ground-based Death Star. Massive, but impractical.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Everything in Star Wars is impractical, who cares really?

Noah
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Noah

Everyone, really.

Astro1derboy
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Astro1derboy

Love all these re-renders!

chuck schumer
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chuck schumer

How do you get a picture next to your username here?

Adam
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Gravatar.com
It’s supposed to be a global avatar, but it’s not implemented on every site.