The Clone Walker, similar in appearance to the AT-RCT, had a two-man open cockpit mounted upon two slender legs. Its date of first deployment relative to the AT-RCT is unknown. On either side of the cockpit were power cells and a missile launcher. In the front of the cockpit was a heavy blaster cannon. Although it was usually driven by a pilot and a gunner, it could be controlled by either one on their own; both of them had good lines of sight, but were very exposed. It is often called the chicken walker.
Behind the scenesEdit
In mid-December, 2008, LEGO.com released a new wave of Clone Wars sets with the Clone Walker being one of the previews. As a companion to a separate Assassin Droid Battle Pack, the Clone Walker was released in a Battle Pack with two Clone troopers, a clone tank gunner, a Clone trooper commander, and additional ARC trooper gear. The pack was intended to help consumers "build their army" with the walker and clones.
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