AT-AP
(All Terrain Attack Pod)

Source: Expanded Universe:
The Clone Wars

Year: 2008

Assortment: 3" Vehicles

Retail: $6.99

Date Stamp: 2007

Features:

  • Rotating Legs
  • Rotating Turrets
  • Display Stand
  • Manufacturer: Rothana Heavy Engineering
    Function: Artillery
    Crew: 2 Clone Troopers, 1 Gunner
    Height: 10.97 Meters
    Weapons: Heavy projectile cannon, blaster cannons, laser turret
    Affiliation: Republic
    Comments: As Republic war planners began to understand the shape the Clone Wars would take, they made expanding the versatility of their ground forces a priority. The All Terrain Attack Pod rose out of just such thinking. An evolved, more powerful version of the earlier AT-PT, the AT-AP turned Republic heavy infantry into medium range artillery. It brought previously unheard-of versatility to the AT series of walkers, and informed many later versions with its unique innovations. Deployed as part of an armored infantry squad, it served remarkably well in short-range infantry support, while at the same time delivering punishing barrages against distant enemy emplacements.


    Points of Interest:
  • This version of the AT-AP is a repaint of AT-AP.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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