I know that the trailers clearly show the At-AT's bigger cousin, the AT-ACT, but the Scarif DLC livestream that ran yesterday said that AT-ATs would be in Rogue One too. Should we wait for the movie to confirm or refute this? Ggctuk (talk) 00:08, December 4, 2016 (UTC)
- Yeah I think we should wait. We'll know for sure soon! -Tommy-Macaroni (Talk) 09:30, December 4, 2016 (UTC)
The ones in Rebels are a different type Edit
As indicated in the trivia gallery for "Relics of the Old Republic," the AT-AT appearing in Rebels are larger than the ones seen in the OT, and thus a different model type. Shouldn't we create a separate article? --Lelal Mekha (Audience Room) 09:23, January 29, 2017 (UTC)
There seems to be a scene in Rogue One where a member of the strike team refers to an AT-ACT as an "at-at", which would seem to be the one time it is ever mentioned as such. It's hard to tell during the action of the scene(it was brought to my attention by CinemaWins on YouTube), can anyone else confirm or deny it?
IS THIS A VIABLE SOURCE? Edit
Is it just me or does it feel like at ats have somesort of energy shield at least in Star Wars Rebels
AT-AT as First Order vehicle. Edit
- I don't think that's intended to mean they are a First Order vehicle, think if anything its more for comparison or to look cool --Lewisr (talk) 16:20, September 1, 2017 (UTC)
- Well. They showed up in Lego pictures in background with AT-M6 and considering that first order using Empire upgraded vehicles as Tie-Fighters and Bombers and Director ILM Desing of The Last Jedi Vehicles said that they could use AT-AT as Scout walkers for AT-M6 Im standing in that AT-AT will be as First Order Vehicles and they will be in Episode 8. —Unsigned comment by User:DN345Real (talk • contribs).