Note: There's no way you can read that, it looks like Klingon (I'm mixing universes!), click HERE to see the full-size graphic.
This is an infographic detailing the highly speculative cost of building a real-life Star Wars AT-AT. Is it accurate? Probably not, but that depends on how much you trust infographics made by the folks who work at a UK online casino rating site. Since when are fictional transport and combat vehicles your expertise? Stick to telling me where to bet on black to win big. *rolling dice* Come on, baby needs a new pair of shoes! "Why do those dice look like teeth?" Because they ARE teeth. "They don't even have any numbers on them." They sure don't! "Where'd you get them?" I know a guy. "A dentist?" Sure, you could call him that. Especially if you've never been to a dentist before and just assume they punch your teeth out at the whim of a blogger who just offered them $40.
Thanks to Dunc, who will build you an AT-AT for a tenth of that price but it will be 1/10th scale and it will be made out of cardboard and have zero weapons and fall apart in the rain.