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Republic attack shuttle

Well-Armed Transport

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Description

Republic attack shuttles serve multiple functions during the Clone Wars. Its roomy interior lined with benches make it well suited as a troop transport, launching from cruisers to travel the interplanetary distances that Republic attack gunships cannot. As the dangers to the Republic's officials grew during the Clone Wars, the attack shuttle was increasingly pressed into service as a principal transport for Republic officers, Senators and Jedi Knights. The transport is well armed with ball-mounted swivel laser cannons that flank the ship's forward snout, as well as fixed laser cannon emplacements along the wing joints.

Stats

Appearances
  1. The Clone Wars
Height
18.9 meters long, 24.34 meters tall
Type
Multi-purpose transport
Weapon
Six laser cannons
Affiliation
Galactic Republic

Relationships

Imperial shuttle

Imperial shuttle

The Republic Nu-class transport is the conceptual and engineering ancestor of the Imperial Lambda-class shuttle. Both are versatile vessels, featuring an elegant swing-wing design.

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Neimoidian escort shuttle

Neimoidian escort shuttle

The Neimoidians, both loyal to the Trade Federation and the Separatist Alliance in the Clone Wars, were forced to better arm their transports to face the dangers of an interstellar conflict.

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Clone Captain Rex

Clone
Captain Rex

Clone Captain Rex and Clone Commander Cody piloted the Republic attack shuttle Obex to the tracking station on the Rishi moon, where it was destroyed by droid commandos.

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Ahsoka Tano

Ahsoka Tano

Ahsoka Tano arrived on besieged Christophsis aboard a Republic attack shuttle. Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi first set eyes upon her as she stepped off the ship's boarding ramp.

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Jar Jar Binks

Jar Jar Binks

Jar Jar Binks and Senator Kharrus traveled to Florrum for an emergency delivery of spice to settle a dispute with Weequay pirates. Their attack shuttle was shot down by pirate vessels.

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