Name: AT-TL(P) - All Terrain Tracked Landship (Prototype)
Manufacturer: Rothana Heavy Engineering
Product Line: N/A - the only AT-TL(P)s that are left in existance are prototypes that never entered full production
Class: Armoured Vehicle



Length: 7.38 metres (24 ft 3 in) (hull), 10.36 metres (34 ft 0 in) (with gun forward)
Width: 3.755 metres (12 ft 4 in)
Height: 3.09 metres (10 ft 2 in)



Commander (1)
Gunner (1)
Assistant Driver/Navigator (1)
Driver (1)


Engine Units:

Main Power Unit - 26.1 litre, 60 Vee, twin turbo-charged, direct injection diesel engine delivering 1200 bhp (895 kW) at 2300rpm
Fuel Capacity: 1,592 litres

Operational Range
550 km (340 mi) on road
250 km (160 mi) off road

59 km/h (37 mph) on road
40 km/h (25 mph) off road

Auxiliary Power Unit - GUE [Generating Unit Engine] based around a 38 kW Diesel engine, with a 600 A electrical output which can be used to power the vehicle's electrical systems when it is stationary and the main engine is switched off.


Defense Technologies:

Shielding: Charged plating shield system

Hull: Electromagnetic reactive armour


Active protection systems - Decoy flares, smoke launchers, Electronic Countermeasures

Fire suppression systems


Turret-mounted Mass-Driver Cannon

Co-axial Anti-Personnel Laser Cannon

Pintle-mounted, remote controlled Heavy Repeating Blaster

Hull-mounted Heavy Repeating Blaster


Comm Systems:

Multi-channel Comm Unit

Ground-Orbit Communications Unit

Other Systems:

Thermal Observation and Gunnery Sight

Stabilised primary sight with laser rangefinder [200 m (660 ft) to 10 km (6.2 mi)]

The driver's position is equipped with a Passive Driving Periscope (PDP) for night driving and a rear view thermal camera.

Remote Recon Drone

Additional Info:

Commissioned by the Imperial Military, Rothana Heavy Engineering produced two dozen AT-TL(P)s in an attempt to find an alternative to the AT-AP Walker. While they performed admirably in the testing period, the Battle of Endor and subsequent abandonment of Rothana put an end to any hopes of producing more. Only seventeen AT-TL(P)s are left in existence today.