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All Terrain Attack Pod
Production information
Manufacturer

Kuat Drive Yards[1]

Model

All Terrain Attack Pod[1]

Class

Walker[1]

Cost

Not available for sale (likely valued at 150,000 credits)[1]

Technical specifications


Height/depth

11 meters[1]

Maximum speed

60 km/h[1]

Shielding

None[1]

Armament
Crew
Passengers

None[1]

Cargo capacity

200 kg[1]

Consumables

2 days[2]

Usage
Availability

Military[2]

Role(s)
  • Armor
  • Scouting
  • Self-propelled artillery
Era(s)
Affiliation

The All Terrain Attack Pod (AT-AP), or Pod Attack Walker (PAW),[3] was a tripedal walker that evolved from the AT-PT and AT-TE walkers towards the end of the Clone Wars. They were used by the 96th Regiment, 327th Star Corps, 91st Reconnaissance Corps, 282nd Regiment, 41st Elite Corps, 76th Regiment, 121st Regiment, 212th Attack Battalion, among others.[4]

CharacteristicsEdit

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AT-APs on Kashyyyk.

The AT-AP (All Terrain Attack Pod) was conceived as a means of transporting a piece of heavy artillery across the battlefront. Its main function was to serve as a mobile gun platform used for shelling enemy positions, rather than attacking troops or other vehicles. It featured highly-advanced targeting systems that led to it being nicknamed the "sniper tank." Although classified as a two-legged walker, the AT-AP did have a third leg hanging from underneath the fuselage designed to help stabilize the walker. It would extend and deploy at the operator's discretion: typically when overcoming rough terrain and/or firing its main gun.[4]

The AT-AP was armed with a mass-driver cannon fixed to the front of the craft, a heavy blaster cannon mounted on a turret (which had an open-cockpit, making the gunner susceptible to enemy infantry fire), and a medium laser cannon at the bottom of the main fuselage.[4] Behind the main weapon's gunner's saddle was a supply cage filled with tools necessary for repairing any mechanical failure to the walker's articulation assembly.[4]

HistoryEdit

The Clone WarsEdit

As the Clone Wars raged on, the Galactic Republic's army commanders recognized a need to build up and diversify their walker armor.[4] One of the new designs that emerged from the Republic's think-tanks was the AT-AP, an artillery walker based off the fore compartment of the AT-TE. [4]

AT-AP sideview

AT-AP profile.

Although armored, the AT-AP was too specialized to be utilized on its own in direct combat. It and other gun batteries of this type would usually be accompanied by heavier equipment, such as AT-TEs, Tridents and HAVw A6 Juggernauts on the battlefield.[4] In the waning days of the Clone Wars, the AT-AP found extensive use in multiple Outer Rim theaters.

A great number of these walkers were attached to the 41st Elite Corps in the Battle of Kashyyyk, where they helped defend the city of Kachirho alongside the A6 Juggernaut.[5] They found similar application on planets like Saleucami and Felucia, the former under the command of Stass Allie and the latter with Aayla Secura alongside AT-OTs and ISPs. [5]

Later useEdit

During the Galactic Civil War, some of the Galactic Empire's AT-APs were manufactured by formerly abandoned factories out on the fringe, leading to Rebel forces hijacking lines and getting some of the walkers.[6]

Some AT-APs also fell into the hands of pirates, the Hutt Cartel, and other groups such as the Zann Consortium, leading to skirmishes and outright battles against either Rebels or Imperials. Hutt Palaces were also known to keep the walkers among their stocks of Clone Wars surplus.[7]

AT-APs saw extensive use on Kashyyyk, fighting alongside AT-KTs in the ongoing conflict with Wookiee insurgents.[8]

Behind the scenesEdit

LEGO has released two versions of the AT-AP Walker with green markings in 2008 and 2014 with set numbers 7671 and 75043 respectively.[source?]

The AT-AP was also the first "Air Support" vehicle to be available in 2011's Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars video game.

AppearancesEdit

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An AT-AP walker during the early years of the Galactic Civil War.

SourcesEdit

Notes and referencesEdit


Walkers of the Galactic Republic
Reconnaissance/light support
All Terrain Experimental Transport · All Terrain Personal Transport
All Terrain Recon Transport · All Terrain Advance Raider · All Terrain Scout Transport
Heavy support/troop transport
All Terrain Armored Transport · All Terrain Heavy Enforcer
All Terrain Open Transport · All Terrain Tactical Enforcer
Self-propelled artillery
All Terrain Attack Pod · Self-Propelled Heavy Artillery
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Walkers of the Galactic Empire
Reconnaissance/light support
All Terrain Advance Raider · All Terrain Exploration Droid
Light All Terrain Personal Transport · All Terrain Personal Transport
All Terrain Recon Transport · All Terrain Scout Transport
All Terrain Scout Transport/Assault · Mountain Terrain Scout Transport
Heavy support/troop transport
All Terrain Armored Transport · All Terrain Tactical Enforcer
All Terrain Tactical Enforcer (cargo transport) · Shadow AT-AT
Self-propelled artillery
All Terrain Attack Pod · Self-Propelled Medium Artillery
All Terrain Anti-Aircraft · All Terrain Ion Cannon
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