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The INT-4 Interceptor was a scout craft used by the Galactic Empire.[1]


A short-range flyer operated by a single pilot, at least one version of the INT-4 was designed to also be deployable from within the body of an AT-AT.[1]


Vehicles of this type were utilized by Blizzard Force to scout for the Rebel base on Hoth in 3 ABY.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

INT-4 Interceptor

INT-4 with lowered landing gear and stabilizer wings folded out

The INT-4 originated as a Mini-Rig in the Kenner toy series, designed to fit inside the AT-AT toy from the same line. The details about its role are taken from Kenner material: the box described it being used on "a scouting mission for Rebel Base" and depicted it in a white setting with Snowtroopers and AT-AT crew, while the contemporary catalogue said that it could "fly short missions."

A similar vehicle appeared on the cover of the novel Lando Calrissian and the Starcave of ThonBoka. Tim Veekhoven's blog post Offscreen, but Not Forgotten: Mini-Rigs, Body-Rigs, and Other Kenner Vehicles, however, revealed that the ships in this cover illustration were based on Kenner's Scout Walker cockpits rather than the INT-4.

The book's text does not indicate whether these images represent the "interceptors" at Hosrel XI, a member of the ramshackle fighter squadron of the Renatasian Confederation, or some other fighter.


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