As an armored vehicle, the AT-OT differed from the other walkers in Kuat Drive Yards' AT-series, as it was not designed for combat. Instead, it was used to reinforce armies behind friendly lines as a cargo walker.
Even though these eight-legged walkers were well armored and equipped with four laser cannons for defense, their open tops made them extremely vulnerable to attacks from above. AT-OT walkers had enough seats for at least 34 clone troopers, but they could carry more troops if required, thanks to the open-bed design.The vehicle's defenses included two forward cannons and two tail cannons.
AT-OT was quite difficult to build for me(I haven't got an AT-TE---lack of parts) but finally I made it.
About this creation
Sample (an AT-OT on Felucia-Star Wars Ep. III)
Wandering in the plains (in my garden)...
This is my entry in Commander Jaller's Walker Contest in large category.
IF ANYBODY WANT TO BUILD A SIMILAR ONE I MADE A SIMILAR PAGE WHERE YOU CAN FIND THE INSTRUCTIONS!!!!!!!
I love it! Its such a simple design, yet it looks amazing. The new set is way overpriced, I would rather make my own then waste nearly $400 on it. PS, if its possible, could u please send me instructions? I will give u credit! Cause I need one for my lego stop motion vid on youtube. So if u send me instructions, I'll credit u. Thx and again AWESOME!!