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All Terrain Armored Transport

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Manufacturer

Class

Models

  • All Terrain Armored Transport (early rebellion against the Empire)[3]
  • All Terrain Armored Transport (Galactic Civil War)[4]
  • Elite AT-AT[5]
  • First Order All Terrain Armored Transport[6]

Usage

Role(s)

  • Military Walker[4]
  • Mechanized infantry[4]
  • Self-propelled artillery[4]
  • Troop transport[4]

Year introduced

Affiliation

  • Galactic Empire[2]
  • Alliance to Restore the Republic[5]
  • Imperial territory G5-623[8]
  • New Republic[8]
  • First Order[6]
'They're the most heavily armored ground vehicles in the Imperial Army.'
'...so what you're saying is that you have a thorough knowledge of just how screwed we are.'
―Thane Kyrell and Yendor, just before the Battle of Hoth[src]

The All Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT) was a four-legged combat walker used by the ground forces of the Galactic Empire, and the First Order. With the Imperial-class Star Destroyer, stormtroopers and the TIE fighter, it was one of the most famous symbols of the Empire's military might.

ModelsEdit

Early modelEdit

Main article: All Terrain Armored Transport (early rebellion against the Empire)

This model was used against the early rebellion.[3]

Later modelEdit

Main article: All Terrain Armored Transport (Galactic Civil War)

This model was used during the Galactic Civil War.[4]

Elite AT-ATEdit

This was a more heavily armored variant with a darker color scheme.[5]

First Order AT-ATEdit

Main article: First Order All Terrain Armored Transport

This was an updated version of the AT-AT used by the First Order.[6]

HistoryEdit

Age of the EmpireEdit

'I heard of these. Imperial armored transports. Giant four-legged things that were used to keep the peace on conquered worlds.'
―Scoggan, to Davjan Igo upon entering the ruins of an AT-AT[src]

The AT-AT walker was developed during the Clone Wars[7] and used in the Imperial Army, the ground forces of the Galactic Empire. It was the successor of the All Terrain Tactical Enforcer that also saw use during the Clone Wars,[9] although it constituted a far more imposing example of walker technology.[2] Heavily armored and awe-inducing, the AT-AT positioned itself as the standard of Imperial firepower on the battlefield.[10]

In 4 BBY,[source?] the Imperial Security BureauAgentKallus led three early AT-AT walkers on an assault on the desert planet of Seelos against the Spectres and three retired clone officers aboard an AT-TE.[3]

AT-ATs were used again in 3 BBY against the Spectres, when PrincessLeia Organa arrived on the planet to give the Ghost's crew three Sphyrna-class corvettes. Two walkers were deployed to patrol the transports' landing platform, which were formally on Lothal to offer supplies to citizens impacted by the rebel efforts. When the rebels tried to steal the corvettes, the Ghost started firing on the AT-ATs. Four proton torpedos were not powerful enough to destroy one of the walkers, and it was necessary for Kanan Jarrus to use hislightsaber to cut its legs, toppling it. The second one was knocked down by the engines of the last Hammerhead, piloted by Ryder Azadi.[11]

In 2 BBY,[source?]LieutenantYogar Lyste deployed two AT-AT walkers, Walker 271 and Walker 414, to combat an attack on the east gate of the Imperial Armory Complex by members of the Lothal resistance led by Ryzder Azadi. The rebels Kanan, Ezra Bridger, and Chopper escaped in the stolen AT-DPWalker 216. However, Grand AdmiralThrawn realized that the rebels had hijacked the AT-DP walker and ordered his AT-ATs to crush them. One of the AT-AT walkers proceeded to crush the AT-DP under its heavy body but the rebels managed to use their lightsabers to cut their way aboard. Morad Sumar also fired a rocket which hit one of the walker's legs. After knocking out the AT-AT pilots, the two climbed out and escaped with Ryder's cell into the wilderness.[12]

Thrawn then deployed four of these during the battle on Atollon. Jedi survivor Kanan Jarrus then destroyed one with his lightsaber. The Force wielder the Bendu then destroyed two of the AT-AT walkers. However, the last one shot Bendu down from the sky.[13]

Galactic Civil WarEdit

'That armor's too strong for blasters. Rogue group, use your harpoons and tow cables. Go for the legs; it might be our only chance of stopping them.'
―Luke Skywalker, during the Battle of Hoth[src]

Around the time of the Battle of Yavin, a new AT-AT model was introduced. At this time, the Alliance to Restore the Republic stole a number of AT-ATs and provided them to Saponza's Gang.[5]

During the Rebel assault on the Imperial weapons factorymoon of Cymoon 1, a group of Rebels led by Han Solo and Leia Organa stole an AT-AT from Weapons Factory Alpha. They used the walker to escape from the factory after they sabotaged its main power core to explode. During their escape, Solo fired a shot that nearly killed the Sith LordDarth Vader, using the AT-AT's powerful quad laser cannons.[14] Soon after, Vader managed to overtake the Rebels in their escape and cut down the massive walker's back left leg. The AT-AT fell tremendously and its passengers barely escaped the wreckage[15] before fleeing Cymoon 1 entirely for the safety of the Alliance Fleet.[16]

During the Battle of Hoth, GeneralMaximillian Veers led a squadron of at least five AT-ATs on the icy fields of Hoth to knock out the shieldgenerator that protected Echo Base, the Rebel headquarters. The triumph of Veers' squadron allowed the Imperials to invade Echo Base and rout the Rebels, striking a major blow in the war. However, the battle also revealed that the AT-ATs could be toppled by a cable wrapped around their legs. Although that weakness had been used effectively by the Alliance on Hoth,[4] the Empire continued to use these mechanical behemoths in the later stages of the war, and at least 1 was present on Endor prior to the Battle of Endor.[17]

In 5 ABY,[18] at least one AT-AT walker was stationed at Camp Sardo on the planet Kashyyyk. During the Liberation of Kashyyyk, several Wookiee guerrilla fighters, including Kirratha, hijacked the AT-AT walker and threw out the crew.[8] Later, AT-ATs were deployed against New Republicforces during the Battle of Jakku.[19]

Rise of the First OrderEdit

Decades after the war, a young scavenger named Rey used one of the downed AT-ATs, designated Hellhound Two, as her home on Jakku.[20]

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The First Order used an updated version of the AT-AT as an escort to its newer AT-M6s.[6]

Behind the scenesEdit

The AT-ATs in The Empire Strikes Back[4] and the brief appearance in Return of the Jedi[17] were filmed via stop motion.

Initially, the Empire was to attack the Rebel base on Hoth using tanks.[21]Joe Johnston created many designs of these vehicles,[22] one of which was the basis for the HAVw A6 Juggernaut that appeared in Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith and the HAVw A5 Juggernaut in Star Wars Legends,[21] and the tanks themselves were to be portrayed by remote-controlled vehicles. However, Dennis Muren and Joe Johnston convinced George Lucas to use stop motion instead,[22] which eventually led to the abandonment of the tank design.[21] In the DVD commentary to The Empire Strikes Back, George Lucas explains that he got the idea of the AT-AT from the massive tripods from H.G. Wells' 1898 novel The War of the Worlds.[23] Though it is popularly believed that dock machinery was the inspiration for the AT-AT, Phil Tippett has said otherwise, recalling that it was based on the prehistoric mammal Baluchitherium.[24]

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The AT-ATs featured in Star Wars Rebels are different models from the ones in the Star Wars films, inspired by the early concept art drawn by Ralph McQuarrie during the production of The Empire Strikes Back.[25]

AppearancesEdit

  • Forces of Destiny: Daring Adventures: Volume 1(Wreckage only)
  • Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith 15: Burning Seas, Part III(Wreckage only)
  • Lords of the Sith(Cover only)
  • A New Dawn(Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars Rebels – 'Empire Day' (Appears in hologram)
  • Star Wars Rebels – 'Relics of the Old Republic'
  • 'Vulnerable Areas'—Star Wars Rebels Magazine 17
  • Star Wars Rebels – 'A Princess on Lothal'
  • Star Wars Rebels – 'The Last Battle'
  • 'A Trooper's Worth'—Star Wars Animation-Magazine 1
  • Star Wars Rebels – 'An Inside Man'
  • Star Wars Rebels – 'Zero Hour'
  • Star Wars Rebels – 'Jedi Night'
  • Star Wars Rebels – 'DUME' (Wreckage only)
  • Star Wars Rebels – 'A Fool's Hope'
  • Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures – 'Stormtroopers vs. Rebels – Soldiers of the Galactic Empire'
  • Rogue One: A Star Wars Story novelization(Indirect mention only)
  • Star Wars 4: Skywalker Strikes, Part IV(Mentioned only)
  • Darth Vader 3: Vader, Part III(Appears on poster)
  • Doctor Aphra 20: The Catastrophe Con, Part I(Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back(First appearance)
  • Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures – 'Luke vs. Imperial Walkers - Commander on Hoth'
  • Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures – 'Darth Vader - Might of the Empire'
  • Aftermath(Wreckage only)
  • 'Blade Squadron: Kuat'—Star Wars Insider 168
  • The Legends of Luke Skywalker(Wreckage only)
  • 'True Love' (Wreckage only)
  • 'Better the Devil You Know, Part I'—Star Wars Adventures 1(Wreckage only)
  • 'Better the Devil You Know, Part II'—Star Wars Adventures 2(Wreckage only)
  • Before the Awakening(Wreckage only)
  • Poe Dameron 8: The Gathering Storm, Part I(Appears in flashback(s))
  • Star Wars Resistance – 'The Doza Dilemma' (Body only)
  • 'Destroyer Down'—Star Wars Adventures: Destroyer Down(Wreckage only)
  • Join the Resistance: Attack on Starkiller Base(Wreckage only)
  • Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens(Wreckage only)
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens novelization(Wreckage only)
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens: A Junior Novel(Wreckage only)
  • The Force Awakens: Rey's Story(Wreckage only)
  • Finn & Rey Escape!(Wreckage only)
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens Graphic Novel Adaptation(Wreckage only)
  • The Force Awakens, Part I(Wreckage only)
  • Star Wars: Forces of Destiny—Rey(Wreckage only)
  • Star Wars: Forces of Destiny – 'Sands of Jakku' (Wreckage only)
  • Star Wars: Forces of Destiny – 'BB-8 Bandits' (Wreckage only)
  • Star Wars Resistance – 'No Escape: Part 2' (Body only)
  • Galaxy's Edge 2(Appears as a toy)

Non-canon appearancesEdit

  • LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures – 'Showdown on Hoth'
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures – 'Return of the Kyber Saber'
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures – 'A Perilous Rescue'
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Resistance Rises – 'Rey Strikes Back' (Mentioned only)
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Resistance Rises – 'Attack of the Conscience'

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SourcesEdit

  • AT-AT walker in the Encyclopedia(link now obsolete; backup link)
  • AT-ST walker in the Encyclopedia(link now obsolete; backup link)
  • AT-TE walker in the Encyclopedia(link now obsolete; backup link)
  • SDCC 2014: 'The Heroes of Star Wars Rebels' Panel – Liveblog on StarWars.com (backup link)
  • Classic Star Wars(Set: 75075 AT-AT)
  • We've Spotted Imperial Walkers: A History of Legged War Machines on StarWars.com (backup link)
  • Star Wars: Galactic Defense on StarWars.com (backup link)
  • AT-ACT walker in the Databank(backup link)
  • AT-AT Walker (All Terrain Armored Transport) in the Databank(backup link)
  • AT-ST Walker in the Databank(backup link)
  • Echo Base in the Databank(backup link)
  • First Order AT-AT Walker in the Databank(backup link)
  • Galactic Empire in the Databank(backup link)
  • General Veers in the Databank(backup link)
  • Goazon Badlands in the Databank(backup link)
  • Rebel Alliance history gallery in the Databank(backup link); image #11 (of 16)
  • Rebel Pilots biography gallery in the Databank(backup link); image #10 (of 15)
  • Rey's Home in the Databank(backup link)
  • Stormtroopers in the Databank(backup link)
  • Wedge Antilles in the Databank(backup link)
  • Wes Janson in the Databank(backup link)

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. AT-AT. Star Wars Rebels (October 25, 2015, 5:55 pm). Retrieved on October 25, 2015, 11:55 pm. 'The iconic behemoth of the battlefield.' (screenshot)
  2. 2.02.12.2AT-AT walker in the Encyclopedia(link now obsolete; backup link)
  3. 3.03.13.2Star Wars Rebels – 'Relics of the Old Republic'
  4. 4.04.14.24.34.44.54.64.7Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back
  5. 5.05.15.25.3Star Wars: Commander
  6. 6.06.16.26.3Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi
  7. 7.07.1Star Wars: The Last Jedi: The Visual Dictionary
  8. 8.08.18.2Aftermath: Life Debt
  9. AT-TE walker in the Encyclopedia(link now obsolete; backup link)
  10. AT-ST walker in the Encyclopedia(link now obsolete; backup link)
  11. Star Wars Rebels – 'A Princess on Lothal'
  12. Star Wars Rebels – 'An Inside Man'
  13. Star Wars Rebels – 'Zero Hour'
  14. Star Wars 2: Skywalker Strikes, Part II
  15. Star Wars 3: Skywalker Strikes, Part III
  16. Star Wars 4: Skywalker Strikes, Part IV
  17. 17.017.1Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi
  18. Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates the Battle of Endor to 4 ABY and the events of Shattered Empire, Part IV, which take place three months after the battle, to 5 ABY. Furthermore, the novel Aftermath states that months have passed since the Battle of Endor, while Aftermath: Life Debt begins two months after the end of Aftermath. Therefore, the events of Aftermath: Life Debt begin at least four months after the Battle of Endor, which corresponds to 5 ABY. Additionally, Galactic Atlas dates the Battle of Jakku, as depicted in Life Debt's sequel, Aftermath: Empire's End, to 5 ABY as well, thereby firmly placing Aftermath: Life Debt in 5 ABY.
  19. Lost Stars
  20. Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens
  21. 21.021.121.2Clone turbo tank in the Databank(content now obsolete; backup link)
  22. 22.022.1Phil Tippett: Hands-On Effects on StarWars.com(content now obsolete; backup link)
  23. Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back DVD commentary
  24. Watercutter, Angela (May 24, 2012). 35 Years After Star Wars, Effects Whiz Phil Tippett Is Slowly Crafting a Mad God. http://www.wired.com. Wired. Archived from the original on June 17, 2016. Retrieved on August 14, 2016.
  25. Relics of the Old Republic Trivia Gallery on StarWars.com (backup link)


Galactic Empire walkers
All Terrain Armored Transport (Early Model · Late Model · Elite)
All Terrain Armored Cargo Transport · All Terrain Attack Pod · All Terrain Defense Pod
All Terrain Defense Turret · All Terrain Missile Platform (Mark III · Enhanced · Cold Weather)
AT-PT · All Terrain Recon Transport
All Terrain Scout Transport (Mark III · Cold-Weather/Mark III · Enhanced)
All Terrain Tactical Enforcer · Mobile Heavy Cannon (Cold Weather)
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External linksEdit

  • AT-AT. Star Wars Rebels (October 25, 2015, 5:55 pm). Retrieved on October 25, 2015, 11:55 pm. 'The iconic behemoth of the battlefield.' (screenshot)