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Posted by SPIRIT , Jun 12 2017 · 0 views

Hey, I just entered The Legend Continues contest. The prizes sounded pretty good, and I felt that the Skull Slicer kind of got a raw deal only showing up in 2 web animations and getting like a sentence of lore. He was this arena champion who inexplicably had 4 arms. So many questions...

Also, I've been off and on writing another movie spoof. I'll finish it someday...



Posted by SPIRIT , Jun 09 2017 · 0 views

The home of New York Fries, Boston Pizza, and Hawaiian pizza.

Canada: our restaurants pretend to be American



Posted by SPIRIT , May 20 2017 · 92 views

Did you ever hear the tragedy of King Sidorak the Wise?

I thought not. It's not a story the Toa would tell you. It's a Brotherhood legend. Sidorak was a King of the Visorak Horde, so powerful and so wise he could use his Herding Blade to influence the Visorak to steal life... He had such a knowledge of the Visorak that he could even keep the ones he cared about from Keetongu...

The Brotherhood of Makuta is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural...

He became so powerful... the only thing he was afraid of was losing his power, which eventually, of course, he did. Unfortunately, he taught his queen everything he knew, then his queen killed him with Keetongu. Ironic, he could save others from Keetongu, but not himself.


How I'd Do Bionicle Gen 3

Posted by SPIRIT , Apr 23 2017 · 152 views

If Lego put me in charge of doing a solid Bionicle Gen 3 reboot, I'd worldbuild the new island around the theme of renewable energy. It'd be easy to divide by element, and who wouldn't want a generation of youth imagining a cleaner planet?

The setup would be that you've got these robots living on a tropical island with these jury-rigged energy capturing devices that help power their meager villages. Kind of like a rural Star Wars planet.

Ta-Koro: Geo thermal. Village built by a volcano. No brainer.

Ko-Koro: Hydro electric. There isn't a lot you can do with ice, but you can do a lot with mountains. Waterfalls, dams, that sort of thing. That being said, you'd have to make the Ko-Matoran more of a mountain people than an ice people.

Ga-Koro: Wave power. This is totally a thing (look it up). You've got these generators on the ocean that turn the movement of waves into power. Plus Ko-Koro doesn't have anything else that makes sense, so had to give them hydro.

Onu-Koro: Nuclear power (or at least something similar). An almost endless power source that you can just dig up from the ground. Remind anyone of lightstones?

Le-Koro: Solar power. Let's double down on the jungle theme here and back off on the air theme. Jungle is a fine element. Plants grow using solar power. Plus Ta-Koro already had geothermal so someone needed to take solar.

Po-Koro: Wind power. Stone was a dumb element anyway. Make Le-Koro be about plants and let Po-Koro be a big windy field with windmills all over the place.

Regardless of what Lego does end up doing, it would be nice if we got a bit more worldbuilding for Gen 3 than we did for Gen 2.

How would you worldbuild for Gen 3?


GameBoy Color

Posted by SPIRIT , Apr 05 2017 · 125 views

So long story, but I ordered a GameBoy Color game off Amazon and it just arrived today.

So I popped it in and turned it on and goodness gracious me.

I used to play on this? For multiple hours at a time? WITH NO BACK LIGHT?! How do I have any eyesight at all???? This screen is so absurdly tiny. A 2.32 inch display? Are you joking me?

I got my GameBoy Color almost 17 years ago. I can't wait to see what gaming is like in 2034.

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