Direct quote from Lego.com:
Two incredible Star Wars™ vehicles in one!
Flying through the skies of hostile planets, the Republic LAAT/c (Low Altitude Assault Transport/carrier) Dropship swoops down and deploys the AT-OT (All Terrain Open Transport) troop carrier for attacks on Separatist strongholds. Dropship features an opening cockpit, rotating front and rear cannons, auto-firing missiles and armament bay, and a fold-away handle on top. AT-OT features poseable legs, rotating cannons, crew compartment with weapon racks, and folding cockpit and boarding ramp. Drop ship automatically locks onto walker, then releases it with the push of a switch! Also works with #7675 AT-TE Walker. Includes 2 clone pilots and 6 clone troopers.
Includes 2 Clone Pilot™ and 6 Clone Trooper™ minifigures!
Two incredible vehicles in one!
Republic Dropship features a fold-away handle on top!
Republic Dropship automatically locks onto AT-OT Walker™ and releases with the push of a switch!
Dropship features an opening cockpit!
Dropship includes flick-fire missiles, as well as rotating front and rear cannons!
Dropship measures over 18” (46cm) long and has a wingspan of over 21” (53cm)!
Customize your Dropship with alternate stickers!
AT-OT Walker has 8 poseable legs!
AT-OT Walker features cockpit that really opens!
Assemble your forces aboard the AT-OT Walker that seats up to 16 minifigures!
AT-OT Walker measures over 16” (40cm) long and 5”(13cm) wide!
AT-OT Walker features a fold out boarding ramp!
Republic Dropship also combines with #7675 AT-TE Walker™!
Set Name: 10195 Republic Dropship with AT-OT
Theme: Star Wars Clone Wars
Wanna see some pictures? Let's start with the normal box arts and manuals!
Not much to say. It's a box. A 1/2 empty box.
See? Lots of bubble snakes. Half filled with Lego, half with bubble snakes.
Err. You can see box now. Wait, you can see two boxes.
Here is the front and back shots of both boxes.
Closeup of front of the box.
Closeup of back of the box.
Minifig count on the side of the box. I really, really wish there was more types.
Ok, is it me, or is the wing sticker a helmet sticker? Heh.
Lego says this is a 2009 minifig list. I dunno. Alot of those look like they came out of last year.
3 books. All kind of thick. 1st book is 83pgs, 2nd book is 76pgs, and last is 63pgs.
Wow. It's numbered. One.
And this set is two. I guess having two numbers makes building easier.
Parts list page 1. I swear I'm going to scan pages instead of taking a picture of it.
Parts list page 2.
Shows how you lock the AT-OT, and how to hold the Dropship's handle.
Picture of the nose stickers and rear drop ramp and front cockpit open on the AT-OT.
Extra missles stored in the storage bay. And Dropship cockpit open.
Front guns move and wing flick-fire missles can be launched with a button from the back on the AT-OT.
"Stand in line troopers!" Said the Captain.
The Captain said, "You were out of line." "Who me? It was him." Said a Clone Trooper. "How do you know it's me? We all look the same." Said another.
The sub-frame. One of those "Do this 2x" in the manual. And join.
The making of the leg motors.
Done. Again, do this part 8x in the manual.
All of the leg motors now joined to the subframe.
Adding the underside.
The rear ramp. Yes it does open up.
And here the ramp has been added to the now called "frame".
I was like, "What is this for?" Then it dawned on me, it looked like the center piece of the newer AT-TE. It's for the "Holding Arm".
See, I was right. Not sure what the yellow swing thing is for yet.
Now the green chairs. Reminds me of those old manager or teacher's chairs. Same green color.
Sorry if the color is off on the next set. It's shot at home and not at work.
Part of the front that will eventually hold the canopy.
Later you find out, this is part of a "hood" for the cockpit.
Now the part is added to the frame.
Ok, thanks guys. Since I was taking too long, the Captain came in to "help" me along and work faster so his AT-OP gets done TODAY. In the process, he'll be pointing out what I completed in the picture. If you notice, there is the "holding handle" and I now figured out what the yellow swing thing is. When you lift up the handle, it swings and locks the handle up.
The legs are being created.
If you look in the front of the legs, you can see the different stages of the thigh being created.
And here you see the 4 legs now on the AT-OT.
Again, repeat 4x in the instructions.
Rear side armor and gun mounts being made.
Here, the rear side armor is added to the frame.
Repeated for the other side. Now you can see the other side of the armor plate.
Adding the rear guns. The Captain called a trooper to point to where the ball mounted gun goes.
Here, they point to the front side armor with gun mount. That's both sides standing there.
Now the Captain shows the front side armor on the frame.
The center armor has been added.
Front side armor getting more protection added.
Front side armor finished.
Now the front main guns are added.
"About time you made my cockpit!" said the Captain.
"Hmm not a bad fit." he said.
Front canopy is added.
"Ah yes, it's conditioned too." said the Captain.
Now the cockpit is added.
FINISHED AT-OT. "Allright! You Wampa fodder, mount up! Time to take this to the paint booth to get our markings added." Yelled the Captain. (He's talking about the stickers. You'll notice none are added. In the rush to bring it home to finish, I left the sticker sheet at work!)
FINISHED AT-OT. Here you see the Captain and his cockpit in the "upright" position for either launch or pickup from a Dropship.
I hope you liked part one. Part two, the Dropship and final photos to follow in next post due to the forum not allowing any more pictures.
Edited by KimT, 30 March 2009 - 08:25 PM.