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Lightning Squadron . This is one of my first MOCs that has been sitting in my shelf for quite a while now, and I would like to share it to you guys. The main idea of this project is to transform TLG�s hideous 8014 Walker into more realistic AT-RT walkers for my clone army. The design is essentially a cross between the 8014 walker and the official Clone Wars-style AT-RT. Unlike other AT-RT MOCs which are too �technicy� and highly-detailed, I designed my AT-RT to be simple-looking yet resembles the overall look of the TCW AT-RT while still retaining some elements of the 8014 walker (~70% of the parts are from 8014). . Comparison with the Clone Wars-style AT-RT: Different Views of the AT-RT: The Lightning Squadron Crew: Bonus Comics:

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