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Re: The Islander

Posted by Zarayna , in Stories, Observations, Bionicle Feb 16 2012 · 70 views

A good story lifts your mind up, and holds it spellbound, and I found that The Islander, by bonesiii most certainly did. I found myself not only seeing the actual plot, but the massive clash between eras in Bionicle.

Many people say that the first three years of Bionicle are their favorites. In the first three years, you had a lot of stereotyping and whatnot, but you also had what you never - at least for me - had in the last few years, serenity, and something other than a massive spiderweb of plot. It was simple, and had an irresistibly charm to it. The six heroic Toa, the sometimes grim sometimes Takuaish matoran, the wise turaga, and the peaceful little island in the middle of nowhere. Unlike the last few years, which looked always to me like a massively complex scifi story filled with massively overpowered characters. There is a reason I was not, and am not, a big fan of bionicle, and that's because of its last few years. I have no interest in seeing the current story at all.

But I do want to see the first few years again.

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Did you see them going off to fight?
Children of the barricade that didn't last the night.
They were schoolboys, never held a gun,
Fighting for a new world that would rise up like the sun.
Where's that new world now the fighting's done?

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