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I just had they idea of the atst from starwars, like near evedone has, but it made me think about why that isnt an optioin right now
I am fairly positive that the Ig sentinel is the only walker with only one weapon (not even a power fist or something)
Any way I think it would be vary cool to see a sentinel armed with a flamer and gernade launcher, or a lascannon and plasma gun, something like that
just an idea, I think that a sentinel with stubber and nade launcher would be cool to, just the way the model looks, any way
this kid evan
34+ looks and nothing
mabye this is a bad idea lol
I think the issue is that it's a cool idea, but illegal, so what's the point. If you play friendly games do it up, but none of us will be seeing those Sentinels anywhere near a tournament.
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Well, you can add hunter killer missiles
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Not really. The scout Sentinel is too fragile to be worth a large investment of firepower. The Armored Sentinel would be a better choice except it's so valuable as a tarpit. I suppose you could convert an AT-ST walker into a 'counts-as' Chimera and that would be fine. Really, however, our Sentinels already fill valuable niches in our lists. Adding more weaponry, especially light weaponry like plasma guns and grenade launchers, won't do much to change their role. Sentinels should act like walkers first and gunships second.
As for Sentinels being weak in close combat, note that they're also cheap. I don't recall any AT-STs punting rebels into the treetops, either, come to think of it. It would look contrived.
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