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Are Sentinels taller than dreadnoughts? And how fast are they? Thanx in advance!
I'm thinking...AT-ST? Probably a bit smaller, maybe two-thirds of the size. They can fit in a Drop Pod.
They may well be taller than Dreadnoughts, but they are definitely less bulky and mechanically weaker. A Dreadnought is a walking tank; a Sentinel is a walking LARV.
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And since they are scout vehicles I would attribute a decent amount of speed to them as well. At least as fast as a modern light tank.
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On flat ground, Sentinels can at least keep up with Chimerae in every IG book I've read (mostly Ciaphas Cain). I've always thought that 6" per turn was 'crusing speed' for most mlilitary vehicles, so by that standard a Sentinel could trot alongside a convoy but not run down a fleeing Rhino...sounds about right to me.
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