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An Idle(ish) Question for Libray-Frequenters

Posted by Aderia , Jul 27 2012 · 166 views

Library Meh
Okay so I actually haven't been around BZP that long, two-ish years, there's a lot of old Library stuff I missed out on.

Were there any worthwhile Earth/Bionicle crossovers? I'm interested in taking a look at them.

And also, how do you feel about Earth/Bionicle crossover stories? Like "...no, just no." or like "ohlol that again" or what have you?

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Okay, so there was this ooooooold topic Dr. Bionicle had years ago that stuck in my mind for being cool, in which Makuta was a human programmer who had programmed the MU. I only remember reading the first few chapters, though, and it may have gone nowhere after that.

Still, what a nostalgia trip . . .

Anyway, if it's done right, like something like that, it could be very awesome indeed, in my mind.

Links to the topics of it are here and here, as I actually felt like digging them up. :P Archive links, obviously. Guess he finished both versions after all, although they were fairly short.

~B~
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Head to my Library Aderia, and read Different View. :)
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@Ballom: Thank you so much! Digging the links up in the Archives, that must have been tedious.

@Grant: If you were anyone else, I'd call you out on having no shame XP (edit: hey. hey hey hey. you should repost so I can drop a reveiw.)
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Grant's is the only good one I remember. There was another one, which was like a mix of Final Fantasy and Bionicle, or something, and to my noobish eyes it looked good.

But honestly, I rather like a crossover, if it's done right. Second to None, in its original form, was good. But I hope the next version will be better.
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Sorry sorry! I read that as you wanted to read a crossover. :B Besides StN I've read no others. Lol
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no no, I am looking to read crossovers! Grant and Ballom, your recommendations are sitting in a pile of print-outs that is my reading list XD Grant, I'll try to catch you on skype with a reviewish thing. And yes, to whomever it may concern, Second to None is in the remaking process, I just need to finish my current epic.
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Library

Since the topic for my old 'library' has long ago dropped off the face of the planet into the backpages of this site, here are my current works housed on BZP.

Epics
Faux: Reveiw Topic (In Progress)New!!!

Short Stories
Obligation*
The Ga-Matoran Who Couldn't Swim*
Lessons of the Past*
Turn Your Tears to Roses*
Sound the Bugle*
Forget the Mountain*
Walking Her Home
Thankful Hearts
Masquerade*
Black Diamonds
Long Live*
The Lonely
All Our Sins Remembered
Perfectionist
Reality's Fantasy
Dark VanityNEW!!

COT Short Stories

River, Oh River, Flow Gently For MeNEW!!

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