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AT-IC (All Terrain Ion Cannon)
My copy of an Imperial AT-IC based on the 1985 KENNER prototype
About this creation
"I went through the well-known ToysrGus.com website a few years ago, and while browsing through some prototypes which never cut it to full production, my eyes fell on a Tan coloured AT-AT Walker with an Ion cannon slapped on it's back. 'Cool!' I thought, never imagining I would ever be able to build a LEGO version of this vehicle. But about three years later, after receiving a CAD/LDraw file from Fbtb.net's 'the dude' I was able to start working on a possible MOC of this extremely cool vehicle. I'm proud to say that after nine months of (mostly) acquiring parts and designing the final shape it's finished!" - HJR

AT-IC - All Terrain Ion Cannon
(from Wookiepedia, the Star Wars Wiki)

Production information

Manufacturer - Kuat Drive Yards
Model - All Terrain Ion Cannon
Class - Walker

Technical specifications

Length - 26 meters
Height - 23 meters
Maximum speed - 60 km/h
Armament - * Light blasters (2)
* Twin laser cannon (1)
* Heavy ion cannon (1)
Crew - * Pilot (2)
- * Gunner (2-3)

Usage

Role(s) - Self-propelled artillery
Era(s) - Rebellion era
Affiliation - Galactic Empire


The All Terrain Ion Cannon (AT-IC) was an unusual Imperial walker design similar to the AT-AT, but with all its cargo space dedicated to an ion cannon and its support systems.

Behind the scenes

The AT-IC originated in a toy concept that Kenner presented to Lucasfilm in the mid-1980s, as part of a post-Return of the Jedi line expansion that was eventually abandoned.

The item consisted of a recycled AT-AT toy, with parts of its back removed and replaced with a laser cannon from a Death Star toy set. The presentation binder stated the AT-IC is "used exclusively for mobile defense of strategic Imperial locations".

Sources

* The New Essential Guide to Weapons and Technology
* Star Wars Is Forever: A Look Inside Kenner's Star Wars Plans for 1985 & 1986
(http://theswca.com/images-speci/85LineExt/index.html)



Comments

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  December 11, 2012
That is excellent! You even got the color right!
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  August 15, 2011
OMG,That's awesome!
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  April 11, 2011
great at-ic it looks awesome
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  August 5, 2010
LOVE IT beautiful it is far better than mine yours is the 1st best at-ic on mocpages. mine is the second. ha. 5/5
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  December 6, 2008
Thank you thank you thank you. You're almost making me want to buy one of those motorized walking AT-AT's now...
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  November 10, 2008
This one is awesome too. I love the color scheme and the uncommon look given by the big gun in the back. Huge, impressive and very well done !!!
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  October 1, 2008
Its so cool i would love to see it in stores ore at least have instructions for it do you think you could do that?
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  September 28, 2008
Sweet! It has the largest ion cannon ever known!
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  September 21, 2008
Now this Empiral monster is a cool idea. Check out my mocs.
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  September 17, 2008
this is sow good!!!!!! it looks like the original AT-AT!
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  March 25, 2008
The AT-IC is cool,awsome,and um MORE cool! I totaly think it rocks the planet!
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  March 12, 2008
dear sifo guy,the enemys could sneak attack it
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  January 31, 2008
Wow, I just stumbled upon this- talk about lucky! Great work bringing this obscure creation to life! One of my favorite Star Wars MOCs to date!
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  December 21, 2007
Wow thats awesome! The Ion cannon on the back looks really cool. I wish i had a lego AT-AT :( Please rate my MOCs
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  October 24, 2007
one word horribally awesome
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  October 13, 2007
The cannon is really cool. It would be awesome if could actually shoot something. But yeah thats a great model.
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  June 9, 2007
I just read about this in the New Essentiaol Guide to Weapons and Technology. Previous to that I wondered if you were making this up the way some people make up stuff and then claim it is Star Wars. I really like how your walkers co-exist so peacefully.
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  February 10, 2007
Unique, these oddities are well cool.
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  December 6, 2006
Best thing ever! Did you build a completly new AT-AT set, outfit it with tan peices, take out the back, put a custom made Star Wars Ion Cannon in the rear and put it on mocpages where it is now or did you build the whole thing from scrap pieces using your other AT-AT instruction booklet and put a custom made Star Wars Ion Cannon in the rear and put it on mocpages where it is now? How did you get so many tan pieces that are needed for the model you have? Go to my site and check the AT-AT I have there. Its not as good as this one but its still pretty good.
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  December 4, 2006
for the scale it is on it is very well done and it was a good project to choose. the only improvements i could suggest is more detail where the ion cannon "platform" meets th small roofed part of the AT-AT. also , the back is quite square and perhaps to make it more like the lego model and the original. however these are not critical comments, just suggestions for improvement as it is a fantastically well done MOC
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  December 4, 2006
Pretty cool, i like the lego version more than the original "toy" version
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  December 4, 2006
OMG! WD =)
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  December 3, 2006
Nothing better than sweet sweet perfection! And this models all about it. A most excellent job well done!
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  December 3, 2006
Wery cool i have seen it to and i tried bulding it but i was to lazy to done it i am the first reviwe and rater wery cool keep bulding.
 
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