Someone noted, a little while back, that walkers and other armored cavalry vehicles could not really be discussed in the Fleet Junkie thread. And although I wouldn't call myself a GAV junkie, I still thought it was a shame. So I decided to start one right away. Since I didn't really know how to start it properly, I'd like to talk of Star Wars: Rogue One: AT-ACT Deluxe Book and 3D Wood Model. Like all woodshop activity sets in this collection, it comes with a thirty-two page hardcover book, this one written by Michael Kogge. Although 32 pages is rather short, this little book is very well done. Most of the lore it contains is lifted from Legends and earlier canon sources, but some of it is actually brand new. For example, this book was the first to name the First Order All Terrain Patrol Droid (yes, even before On the Front Lines) and the All Terrain Mobile Artillery. The book also includes new names of arms manufacturers and blaster cannon models. I'll give you a sample of the book's introduction: And here's a complete breakdown of the book: Introduction AT-ACT (2 pages) AT-AT (2 pages) AT-AT vehicle command crew (2 pages) AT-ST (2 pages) AT-TE (2 pages) AT-ST (2 pages) AT-RT (2 pages) Walkers of war (2 pages; a general history of walkers, from AOTC to TFA) Behind the scenes (6 pages) Interview with Doug Chiang (2 pages) So far, this 32-page gem is the most complete canonsource on walkers we have. Now of course, this thread is not just for discussing walkers, but all GAVs (ground assault vehicles) and other armored cavalry vehicles: tanks, hovertanks, juggernauts, groundcars... you name it. So... there you are.