The INT-4 Interceptor was a repulsorlift scout vessel used by the Galactic Empire during the Galactic Civil War fought by the Empire against the Rebel Alliance. The short-range flyer was operated by a single pilot and could be carried within the body of an All Terrain Armored Transport. An enclosed vehicle, the INT-4 Interceptor had a single laser cannon, landing skids, and stabilizer wings. The Empire used the INT-4 Interceptor on Hoth, a planet in the Hoth system.
Behind the scenes
The INT-4 Interceptor was was created in 1982 for Kenner's Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back toy line. The packaging described the craft as going on a scouting mission to find a Rebel base, and also pictured the INT-4 Interceptor as being operated by a Vehicle Command Crewer. On November 12, 1983, a similar vehicle appeared on the cover of the novel Lando Calrissian and the Starcave of ThonBoka. However, that starfighter's illustration was based on Kenner's Scout Walker cockpit rather than the INT-4 Interceptor's design.
- (First mentioned)
- "Scouting the Galaxy: Just Trying to (Action) Figure It All Out" – Star Wars Insider 30
- Star Wars: The Action Figure Archive
- "Mexican Stand Off" – Star Wars Galaxy Collector 8