Introduction: LEGO STAR WARS: AT-ST

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Hi everybody! I am Density and I am 14 years old. I am a big fan of star wars and Lego so I decided to show you how to make the AT-ST. The All Terrain Scout Transport (AT-ST) is a reconnaissance (military observation of a region to locate an enemy) or defensive vehicle that is lightweight and built for speed. I hope the instructions are clear and easy to understand. You do not have to make it exactly as I did and you can change the colour of the parts. Read through the instructables before you start so you can understand the instructions and it will be clearer to build. Please enjoy it and have fun.

Step 1: PARTS

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These are the parts you will need:

- X6  1X2 W. FORK/VERTICAL/END PLATES
- X4  1X2 W. STUB VERTICAL/END PLATES
- X2  1X2 W. STUB/ALONG/UPPER P PLATES
- X2  1X2 W. STUB, VERTICAL PLATES
- X2  1X2 W. FORK/VERTICAL,END BRICKS
- X2  1X4 BRICKS
- X2  1X2 BRICKS
- X2  1X2 TECHNIC BRICKS
- X2  2X2/45 DEGREES ROOF TILES
- X2  1X1X2/3 ROOF TILES
- X2  4X4 PLATES
- X2  1X1/2 M CONNECTING BUSHES
- X2  2X4 PLATES
- X2  1X2 PLATES
- X1  2X3 W. ANGLE LEFT+RIGHT PLATES
- X1  1X4 FLAT TILES
- X4  1X2 FLAT TILES
- X2  PRABOLAS
- X4  MINI ANTENNAS


Step 2: PART 1

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Place the 1X2 W. STUB VERTICAL/END PLATE on top of the 1X2 W. FORK/VERTICAL/END PLATE. Then do it again  so you have 2.

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Place a 1X2 W. FORK/VERTICAL/END PLATE on top of the 1X2 W. STUB VERTICAL/END PLATE. Do this again so you have 2.

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Connect the 1X2 W. STUB VERTICAL/END PLATES from the first step to the 1X2 W. FORK/VERTICAL/END PLATES from the second step.

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Add a upside down1X2 W. FORK/VERTICAL/END PLATE to both of the remaining 1X2 W. STUB VERTICAL/END PLATES.

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Add the 1X2 W. STUB VERTICAL/END PLATES to the remaining 1X2 W. FORK/VERTICAL/END PLATES.
Put the 2X3 W. ANGLE LEFT+RIGHT PLATES on top of the 1X2 W. STUB VERTICAL/END PLATES (image 2).
Turn the legs over and put the 1X2 PLATES on the 2X3 W. ANGLE LEFT RIGHT PLATES (image 3).
It would look like image 4

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While the legs are turned over, place a 2X4 PLATE on the 1X2 W. FORK/VERTICAL/END PLATESthat are facing up (image 1).
Add the 1X2 W. STUB/ALONG/UPPER P PLATES on the 2X4 PLATE (image 2).
Place the second 2X4 PLATE over the 1X2 W. STUB/ALONG/UPPER P PLATES and the 1X2 W. FORK/VERTICAL/END PLATES (image 3).

Step 8: PART 2

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Turn a 4X4 PLATE upside down.
Add the 1X2 W. FORK/VERTICAL/END BRICKS to the 4X4 PLATE (image 2).

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Add the 1X2 TECHNIC BRICKS on the 4X4 PLATE.

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Put the 2X2/45 DEGREES ROOF TILES on the 4X4 PLATE.

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Place the 1X4 BRICKS over the 2X2/45 DEGREES ROOF TILES and the 1X2 W. FORK/VERTICAL/END BRICKS.

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Add the 1X2 BRICKS between the 1X4 BRICKS.

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Put the other 4X4 PLATE over the 2X1 BRICKS and the 1X4 BRICKS.

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Add the 1X1/2 M CONNECTING BUSHES in the 1X2 TECHNIC BLOCK.

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Put the PROBOLAS on the 1X1/2 M CONNECTING BUSHES.
Add the MINI ANTENNAS on the PROBOLAS.

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Add the 1X4 FLAT TILE on the top row 4X4 PLATE (image 2).

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Put the 1X1X2/3 ROOF TILES below the 1X4 FLAT TILE.

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Put the 1X2 FLAT TILES on the 4X4 PLATE.

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Add the other MINI ANTENNAS to the 4X4 PLATE.

Step 20: COMBINATION

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Connect the 1X2 W. FORK/VERTICAL/END BRICKS to the 1X2 W. STUB/ALONG/UPPER P PLATES. It would look like image 2.

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Adjust the cockpit and legs until it can balance.

Step 22: FINISHED AT-ST

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This is the finished AT-ST. Thank you for taking time out to check out my AT-ST. I hope it was easy to understand and that it was fun. Use your imagination to make it look authentic and unique. Please comment on what you think and how I can improve it. Also, please check out my Lego USB at:
https://www.instructables.com/id/LEGO-USB-2/
and my Lego cars at:
https://www.instructables.com/id/LEGO-CAR-CREATIONS-2/
https://www.instructables.com/id/LEGO-CAR-CREATIONS/
Thank you very much and enjoy!

Comments

THEK23 (author)2017-01-09

This is amazing! I tried it with different colours. I really liked white and blue as a combo!!!!!

Density (author)THEK232017-01-09

Thank you! I'm glad you liked it. I'd love to see a picture.

Cubster (author)2015-08-26

Awesome

coolcreations123 (author)2015-08-16

its good but mine has way more detail

MadreenRua (author)2012-08-29

Caps are obviously used to denote which brick you're using and make it easier to see in the body of the instruction text. Which is a good idea, really.

Good instructable! I love mini Lego sets; they're easier to sneak onto my desk at work.

Density (author)MadreenRua2012-08-29

Thanks

knota (author)2012-08-28

Sweet instructable! But is your caps lock stuck?

builder968 (author)2012-08-28

WHY DO YOU TYPE LIKE THIS

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