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cordenand Aug 18 2013, 5:08pm says:

did not know the British empire had star wars robot camels.

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SunnyBittern Aug 18 2013, 6:06pm replied:

Those are Sentinels.

Pretorians are one of the most underrated regiment.

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cordenand Aug 19 2013, 2:01am replied:

yeah i know they are sentinels i just wanted to make a joke :p

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The_Mastodon Aug 19 2013, 8:05am replied:

The famous "Robot Camels" of Star wars are the AT-ATs (All terrain Armored Tranports) the Sentinel walkers of the Imperium have more in common with the Star Wars' Empire AT-ST than the large AT-ATs, your joke fell short.

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MasterofMetal Aug 19 2013, 4:34am says:

Is it heresy to the Mechanicus to super-size existing vehicles? Those sentinels are Titan-sized by my guess.

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GhostEdge Aug 19 2013, 1:33pm replied:

Uhm, it's closer than it appears.

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davo001 Aug 20 2013, 8:25am replied:

its not, you can see the silhouettes near its feet are dwarfed by it

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YetiChow Aug 22 2013, 6:55am replied:

The existing sentinal model is about 4 times as tall as a guardsman in the 'advancing' pose (they lean forward, so they look a bit shorter). Chuck in some perspective and that sentinal isn't far out of proportion - plus it's the armoured kind, so it's not unbelievable that it'd be a bit taller

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GhostEdge Aug 22 2013, 7:41am replied:

Sentinels are taller than they seem.

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mustachcashstash Sep 10 2013, 10:27pm says:

everyone stop a titan would be bigger than a buliding

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