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Eyeballs? Edit

Not sure if there is any information on it or not but are the red sensor thingys (the "eyeballs") indicate that it is a droid? or are they maybe targeting sensors or something? the cannon obviously require a gunner to fire it but can it walk on its own? or does it just look like a droid? is there even any info on it? thanks for the help in advance AThousandGooglyEyeballs 04:52, 29 March 2009 (UTC)

  • Not that I'm aware of. And until something confirms that it can work autonomously without a gunner, it's not a droid. --CC7567 20px-Rex.png talk 04:56, 29 March 2009 (UTC)
    • It's a droid, why else would they use droid poppers on them? They don't work on vehicles.--Rune Haako 10:56, May 18, 2011 (UTC)

No Droid poppers are emp grenades those will work on anything powered be electricity Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

They are Droids, they have an pre-installed Droid Brain meaning it is already inside it, and it states in Star Wars: The Clone Wars Incredible Vehicles that they can Optionally be used by a Gunner, Optionally, but I would presume using Manual Targeting would be more accurate and Less risky and even the Page says it has an pre-installed Droid Brain. Arigro 'Vadum (talk) 03:43, January 30, 2014 (UTC)

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