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AT-ACT

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Craft: Kuat Drive Yards All Terrain Armored Cargo Transport
Type: Assault cargo walker
Scale: Walker
Length: 31.85 meters tall, 34.90 meters long
Skill: Walker operation: AT-ACT
Crew: 2, skeleton: 1/+10
Crew Skill: vehicle blasters 5D, walker operation 5D
Passengers: None
Cargo Capacity: 5,000 metric tons (modular cargo container)
Cover: Full
Cost: Not available for sale
Move: 26; 75 kph
Body Strength: 5D
Weapons:
2 Heavy Laser Cannons
Fire Arc: Front
Crew: 1 (co-pilot or commander)
Scale: Walker
Skill: Vehicle blasters
Fire Control: 2D
Range: 50-500/1.5/3 km
Damage: 6D
Game Notes:
The AT-AT walker’s head is mounted on a pivoting neck, which can turn to face left, front, and right fire arcs. An AT-AT may move its head one fire arc per turn (from left to front, right to front, front to right, or front to left).

An electromagnetic tensor field keeps the overstressed motive assembly in smooth alignment to give the knee joints extra strength when carrying cumbersome loads. If the assembly is targeted and Heavily damaged or better, the assembly will lock up, half Move, 13. If a spectacular success is achieved, there is a chance the entire assembly will tear itself apart, Move reduced 1 and Maneuverability to -2D.

Background: The All Terrain Armoured Cargo Transport is deployed at major Imperial construction projects, such as shipyards and sprawling research installations. Although the AT-ACT is not built for combat, it can still pose a formidable threat to infantry. The walker’s taller profile gives it a faster stride than an AT-AT, although at the expense of structural stability. An electromagnetic tensor field keeps the overstressed motive assembly in smooth alignment to give the knee joints extra strength when carrying cumbersome loads. The cargo module housed within the AT-ACT’s frame encompasses nearly 550 cubic meters of space and can carry raw materials. Loads are carefully managed by stevedore droids who divide up partial holds of ultradense materials into manageable rips. Powerful engines and tensor field-support legs keep the massive AT-ACTs moving forward, from mining sites to processing facilities, carrying cargo in situations where repulsorfields are unreliable or unsuitable due to material incompatibilities.

The AT-ACT’s design does not boast a specialized driver corps, as it is not technically designated a battlefield assault vehicle. Imperial combat assault tank pilots, AT-AT pilots, and other Imperial combat drivers in the Imperial Military are all qualified to operate it.

Appearances: Rogue One

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