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Reminiscent of "chicken walker" styled walkers in science fiction media, the Arwing transforms into the Walker as follows: the Arwing's cockpit rises upwards to form the "head", the upper sections of the G-diffusers become "shoulders", and the lower sections become legs, with three sharp claws as "feet". The nose folds behind the Arwing to form the tail, and a turret appears from under the head.
The Walker's feet resemble the "feathered fingers" seen on Falco's Sky Claw in Command.
Is also sometimes referred to by fans as "The Chicken wing" in reference to its' walking animation.