This page is an archive of a community-wide discussion. This page is no longer live. Further comments or questions on this topic should be made in a new Knowledge Bank page rather than here so that this page is preserved as a historic record. Toprawa and Ralltiir 04:18, September 19, 2010 (UTC)
At-At's at least do- we can see them opening a bit when Wedge and Janson bring the walker down- Turbotanks may have similar ones too- i don't' know if any cross-sections book tells more- of course they have to get inside from somewhere and get cargo inside as well- at-te:s also do have several opening doors and hatches so i guess Turbo tanks have too...--Swashbuckler1138 11:11, May 17, 2010 (UTC)
Yes -just watched that scene of ROTJ - but we don't see it open... and i'm not sure if these gamemechanics-things should be considered canon... they have things that are there just because they are needed... still At-At:s have some sort of underside opening - one hatch is that where Luke throws that detonator in ESB....
Oh yes that door is At-At:s not bunkers... ummm... first time when i realize that.... anyway question was about those big sidehatches not about those little doors- whole side of At-At opens up (as seen in ep5) or then there could be different models with big cargo doors i dunno- but that was the question old Lego model had similar hatch (although scale was much smaller)...--Swashbuckler1138 18:36, May 20, 2010 (UTC)
Kind of but...odd in movie (and in lego model) it opens another way around (it rises up)- it seems that there is plenty of different At-At-models... perhaps some are specifically designed for infantry -some for cargo etc.--Swashbuckler1138 09:09, May 28, 2010 (UTC)
Ok it's speeder ramp -perhaps it is in some models of At-At- but -everyone here seems to forget the fact that sidedoors that open upwards are CLEARLY in Empire Strikes back! When Wedge brings the walker down we can see them open quite a much (another smaller hatch also drops away)
and also when Luke destroys At-At we can see same kind of door open and there seems to be no ramp at all or at least door cannot be one... so model made for the movie had sidedoor and movies are higher canon than any toys...
Still that ramp is canonical but perhaps it is only in variants that are made to transport speeders/tanks/little walkers... like the At-Te:s in "Liberty of Ryloth" they had At-Rt:s inside them but not all At-Te:S have those i believe...--Swashbuckler1138 16:44, May 28, 2010 (UTC)
In the Cross-Sections book, most of the side of the vehicles are cut out. Behind where the door should be on the AT-AT, there is a tag of 'deployment staging platform' and there are harness hanging on the ceiling. The troops are probably deployed like from reallife copters. The Juggernaut's cutaway shows nothing like that, but most of its side is cut away. But its bigger end shows a jaw-like door. 'Jaw lower to reveal twin cannon.' It could be telescopic front ramp, but it is only my guess. Darth Morrt 07:01, June 3, 2010 (UTC)
So basicly the side doors on Juggernauts aren't canonical(?).--Alexyodaross 00:51, June 7, 2010 (UTC)Alexyodaross
It doesn't mean that they are non-canon... plus there is many types of juggernauts...--Swashbuckler1138 18:28, June 10, 2010 (UTC)
idk about Juggernauts, but AT-ATs definitely do have side doors. See the opening cinematic of the Ultimate Sith Edition-Hoth mission, and you'll see Lord Starkiller throw his saber out of one.Xx19FallenFromGracexx 22:07, June 12, 2010 (UTC)