The All Terrain Tactical Enforcer, or AT-TE, is a walker used by the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars. It was a very large, slow,heavily armed and armoured walker. Later it formed basis for the AT-AT.
Star Wars: Battlefront SeriesEdit
The AT-TE in Star Wars: Battlefront and its sequel is a heavy ground vehicle, also used as a mobile command post that Republic troops would spawn from. It appears on Geonosis,Rhen Var (first game only) and in the campaign mission on Felucia, where the 501st clones have to protect downed AT-TE for a set period of time, retrieve a power cell and use it for repairs.
Its crew consisted of two people three (in sequel): the pilot controlled the vehicle and operated green anti-infantry particle cannon and quad guns at the front, another person sat in the exposed heavy turret at the top and the final crewmember controlled two repeating blasters at the back. The pilot's dual particle cannon is slow to fire but also very powerful against vehicles and has small AoE, while the quad guns fire a slow-moving stream of weak projectiles and don't really do much damage before overheating. The top turret is another particle cannon: it can attack enemies from any direction, but the gunner is exposed and can be sniped from his position. The rear turret in the sequel is quite effective against infantry but has limited arc of fire.
Like the AT-AT, it cannot be sliced into and any attempt to do so would only repair the vehicle. The Assault Droid's mines are the most effective way to kill it, with three being enough to obliterate it: unless you have turned the FF off, place them a little ahead of it and run to avoid getting caught in the blast. His missile launcher is also quite effective if stand beneath it and target the cylinder at the bottom, which is its weak spot (it is also the easiest way to earn Demolition Achievement).
In Star Wars: Republic Commando, the AT-TE isn't a mobile vehicle. It sat back in a loading bay, where Delta Squad used it to blast apart enemy B1 and B2 battle droids, as well as the transports the B2's are held in.