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2010 SWTournament: Round 3: Imperial AT-ST Mark 1 . We all know the AT-ST, but none of us really know how it came to be. There had to be several prototypes to get to the walker we all know. . This AT-ST is the Mark 1, the first version of the series. There are several key diffences between the Mark 1 and the Mark 3 (AT-ST), one is it's crew size. The Mark 1 has only 1 crew member, one veiw screen, and 4 main cannons with separate side mounted guns. You can see the minifig scale further down, as well as a comparrison to the AT-ST lego set. Please note, this is not the ideal AT-ST set, there are far better representations. I tried to make it as studless as I could and as detailed as I could. Don't forget to comment :)


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