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Destroying an AT-ST . A scene from Star Wars: The Force Unleashed where Starkiller cuts an AT-ST in half and pushes it to the ground. . This is one of the coolest moves that can be done in The Force Unleashed. Building an AT-ST that can be cut in half is very hard. The AT-ST is very unstable (just like the real thing!) so those white Technic axles were added to the scene to support the walker. For pictures of interior details like the engine, I used the Star Wars Incredible Cross-Sections book. Top view of the scene: Back view: Some details only seen when the AT-ST is cut in half: Now for the AT-ST (the black Technic axle is for support because this model is very unstable) Front view. It isn't clear in this picture, but the Stormtroopers can be seen through those windows. The AT-ST's head can fit two troopers side-by-side, which is something LEGO failed to do in their official sets. The front and side guns rotate. Back view. The head does not rotate. Top view: The hatch can open. When the walker is split in half, the hatch has to be removed. It's one of few parts that holds the entire walker together. Cut-out section of the walker's head, showing that the Stormtrooper fits perfectly inside: The leg: Ratings and Comments are always appreciated!


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