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Some of the small vehicles that come with these sets are not too shabby . A friend gave me a couple of AT-ATs ( not sure which set they came from ) which , considering the size , are very well detailed .
That does look pretty close. Good to know!
If you have a tool and aren't aware of what it can do, its dangerous. A jedi can do amazing things with a lightsaber. A roomful of chimps with lightsabers... would get messy.
I'd place them at 54mm or 1/32d scale, good ol' "toy soldier" size. I have a substantial pile on my floor looking for a home and just took a cross-section of measurements to be sure. There is some variance or waffling - the Imperial officers are 51-52mm and Luke is rather small (insert movie quote here), but across the board, yeah, 1/32d.Thundergod wrote:Yes , I'd guess at the scale being pretty dead on 1/35 th .
While we're at it, does anyone have a published size of the AT-DP? Wookieepedia's entry doesn't. The delightful lil' piece that comes in one of the sets looks like a dandy partner to the 1/144 F-Toys minis! The AT-ST is definitely a perfect match (if not as delicate, being a soft-plastic toy).
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