Lego 7675 AT-TE Walker
Year of Release: 2008
The Clone Wars
Rotta the Huttlet
MSRP (Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price): $89.99
BrickWars Set's Star Wars Lego Price Guide!
Check out what this set is worth here, both new and used!
BrickWars Sets Description
Lego Star Wars 7675 AT-TE from the Clone Wars. The AT-TE were six legged walking, multi-purpose assault vehicles utilized in transporting battalions of clone troopers into battle as well as staging full scale attacks on Separtist installations. The AT-TE performed various support roles, most notably providing heavy-duty cover fire for soldiers in the field. The AT-TE was frequently deployed on a massive scale to intimidate the enemy with massive firepower. There were six laser cannons on board, four surrounding the cockpit and two covering the rear. One major weapon in the arsenal was a mass driven cannon. This mass driven cannon was capable of a variety of payloads, solid shells, bunker busters, sonic charges to heat-seeking missiles. A specially trained seven-man crew was required for full functionality of the AT-TE. The AT-TE has an onboard electromagnetic shielding making it impenetrable to ion cannons. The AT-TE trudges along at an average speed of 60 kph, thus allowing it to penetrate enemy shields. Able to traverse different terrains, and has the capability of scaling vertical cliffs or structures.
The Lego 7675 AT-TE Walker contains 798 pieces and includes 6 minifigures.
Write a Review!
Post your review on this set or any Star Wars Lego set here.
Average View Rating: 8.39/10
Lego "Shop @ Home" Description
Stomp all over the Separatists!
Ages 9-14. 798 pieces.
When droids attack, it’s time to call in the mighty AT-TE! This powerful 6-legged walker features details straight from the Clone Wars, including positionable legs, movable cannons, firing missiles, and armored hatches and cockpit that open to reveal the cabin and troop bay inside. Even with its flying STAP vehicle, the battle droid doesn’t stand a chance against Anakin Skywalker™ and the clone army of the Republic!
Set includes Anakin Skywalker, Ahsoka Tano, Clone captain Rex, a Clone trooper and a battle droid minifigures, and an additional Rotta the Hutt!
The AT-TE walker has 2 launching missiles!
Its cannon rotates at a 360 degree angle!
The walker's hatches open to reveal the cabins and troop bay with four seats and extra equipment!
The front of the walker can be opened to reveal the inside of the cockpit, with a sliding pilot seat!
The AT-TE walker measures 15.5 (39cm) long and 8 inches (20cm) high!
Posted June 17, 2010 by MrMeerKat
The LEGO star wars 7675 AT-TE walker is alot smaller than I expected.In the clone wars it is able to carry by the looks of it about fifteen to twenty clone troopers, but the most LEGO clones I can fit in it is only about eight at the most.
What's good about it though is that you get Anikin, Ahsoka, and captain Rex in the set!
To make it better I feel that it should be more to scale with the ones in the episodes of the clone wars(amost all LEGO star wars sets seem to be too small to be realistic with the films).It should really have a clone pilot in the set aswell.
In total I would give this set a 7/10
Posted April 25, 2009 by Mandalore23, Australia
7675 AT-TE Walker
This model is very sturdy and comes with a fantastic carrying system that works perfectly. The turrets look great and so does the cockpit. Ahsoka Tano's headpiece is very nice, and Captain Rex is done very well with a nice unique face. The STAP looks good, and it has nice colouration. The legs take the walker's weight well and look good at the same time.
As with the Republic Attack Gunship, this set did not have enough clone troopers. Anakin Skywalker has a strange looking face and a bad hairstyle. The battle droid could have done with a blaster. This set is OVERRUN WITH STICKERS!!! I also had a couple of parts missing.
This set is pretty good and a great battle builder.
Posted March 29, 2009 by shayon, United States
LEGO STAR WARS AT-TE (7675)
This is a really great set with a couple of cons but overall it was awesome
Cool building experience
Cool play experiance
great value for money
legs come off
I think that this was a cool design and a great choice to make a lego set out of.
Overall I would give this a 9/10
Posted March 26, 2009 by Tony, Canada
I like the AT-TE but the thing can get boring in a while if you don't have any other sets. I want the corporate Alliance tank but it isn't out yet. The AT-TE was ok to build and play but I love making stop motion movies. The legs are awkward so I cant make it move. I would prefer for it to be more fair to the Seps by giving them 2 STAP fighters, one dwarf spider and some droids. Then have 3 clone gunners and 5 more clones. I give this set a 7/10
Posted March 5, 2009 by D.W., United States
This is a review of the AT-TE Walker, set #7675.
I really enjoyed this set and building it with my dad because it helped pass the time while my mom was in LA.
PROS: It comes with a reasonable amount of mini figures: Anakin Skywalker, Ashoka Tano, one battle droid, a clone trooper, Captain Rex, and the all-new Rotta the Huttlet. It has a wicked laser cannon on top which can rotate in literally every single direction. And it has six movable laser cannons.
CONS: The legs don't work very well. The set is very fragile. It needs more clone troopers.
All in all, I would give it a rating of 8.5 out of 10.
Posted March 4, 2009 by Andodel, United States
I am reviewing set 7675 AT-TE. This is a really big and fun set. However it takes about an hour and a half to build. Here are pros and cons.
pros= big shooting missiles,holds up to six troops in compartment,1gunner,and 1 driver so it all togeter holds eight,comes with cool blue STAP and droid,exclusive commander Rex minifig,
cons= only ONE normal clone,takes a long time to build,cant really walk with legs
Though it doesnt come with many clones you could just buy a clone battle pack or two to get more clones. I give it 9/10
Posted March 4, 2009 by Woods-runner, United States
7675 All Terrain Tactical Enforcer(AT-TE Walker)
I'm one of legos biggest fan and I just love the All Terrain Tactical Enforcer or AT-TE for short. The AT-TE is a good set although it does have some problems. Now for the pros and cons
-Six mini-figures (Anakin Skywalker, Ahsoka Tano, Rotta the Huttlet, Clone Captain Rex, Clone Trooper, and Battle Droid)
-Cockpit opens and the pilot's seat comes out.
-Includes blue STAP.
-The AT-TE has two missiles that really fire.
-Clone Captain Rex, Ahsoka Tano, and Rotta the Huttlet are well done.
-This set needs more clone troopers to fill all its seats.
-The smaller laser cannons fall off easily but are O.K.
On a scale of one to ten I think this set definitely deserves a 9 1/2 overall. I like this set because its big and has a good carying handle. I'm also glad that Lego modified the blue STAP because the old one just didn't look right. I say Good Job Lego, keep up the good work!
Posted February 21, 2009 by A.M., United States
Today i will review the AT-TE walker set. This set is a good buy and is a great present because of its slight affordability. It contains 5 newly redesigned minifigures with one being a mini-minifigure. The set also contains 799 pieces making it a considerable build. It is very sturdy and can be held by a handle that comes out of the top which will soon be compatible with the Republic Dropship. It has 9 guns 2 of which work and has nice features like an opening cockpit, opening cargo hatch, and moving guns. Now here is the pros and cons.
-5 cool minifigs 2 clones
-Handle to carry with
-OK price: 89.99- 99.99 USD
-Guns may fall off or not work(can be fixed)
-Needs more clones
-Side hatches may break
Otherwise a great buy (presentwise) 9/10
Posted February 18, 2009 by C.C., United Kingdom
Buy this set and you definitely won't be disappointed! This huge set took my cousin and I five hours to build on Christmas day 2008 and it was definitely worth the effort.
This set comes with six minifigures, including the rare Captain Rex (this is the only set where you can find him), Anakin Skywalker, Ahsoka Tano, Rotta the Hutlett and a clone.
I have never liked flick missiles because you can never guarantee that they will work effectivly, so it was a joy when I discovered that there were two huge missiles that whoosh out like lightning at the flick of a switch. They are fast and accurate.
Also, I love the cannon at the top and the cockpit at the front. In addition, I like the way in which the side doors open up to reveal the detailed interior where all the clones can sit. The legs are detailed and sturdy and they can move a little, enabling the vehecle to slowly move forward.
The STAP is a lovely addition, even if it doesn't stand a chance against the might of the 40cm long walker! The AT-TE is good value for Â£70 (but I got it for Â£53 in an Argos sale anyway!).
CONS: As usual, Lego haven't been very generous with the amount of Clones that the set provides. Only a measly two Clones are included, when the walker can seat up to eight.
This set isn't the best army builder, but it is a huge, credible one, nonetheless. It is a must-have for all Clone lovers, and a real addition to the army of the Republic! Overall, this set deserves 9.5 out of ten. If a few more Clones had been supplied, then the set could have received full marks.
Posted January 27, 2009 by A.J.
my review is on the lego star wars AT-TE
Pros- Comes with a good amount of guys.
Can fit enough guys inside the AT-TE.
Has two missles instead of one which most sets have
Cons- Over priced
legs are bad
I give it a 7/10