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For questions about the history of the genre: the origin and evolution of ideas in speculative fiction. Example topics include the first work of speculative fiction with a particular property, or the origin of a term or trope.

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Its legs bend in the same way a chicken's legs bend, and so when it walks, it looks like a chicken. It is worth noting that the AT-ST is not the only "chicken-walker", it is a more general term used a …
answered Apr 25 '16 by Anthony McCloskey