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List Of Paracosmos Matoran

Posted by bonesiii , Nov 19 2008 · 387 views

Bionicle Paracosmos
This list was compiled totally voluntarily by ~~Zarkan~~, mostly from the RPG. Thanks, man! This will be linked in Ojhilom's walkthrough post in the RPG: The Map of Mata Nui. I've made minor edits, and added pronounciations.


Ta-Koro

Jala (Jahl-luh)
Gender - Male
Colors – Yellow mask and feet, red body.
Mask – Noble Kanohi Hau in the shape of a Great Hau
Jala is the Captain of the Ta-Koro Guard and Turaga Vakama’s right hand. As the leader of his village’s defensive squad, he constantly studies maps of the Ta-Wahi regions and plans the battle strategies of the guard. He is extremely brave and resourceful, and is a close friend of Takua.

Takua (Tah-koo-wuh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Blue mask, red body, yellow feet
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pakari
Takua is the Chronicler of Mata-Nui. He constantly wanders the island, writing down major events for the Ta-Koro Wall of History. He has also helped every village through various troubles, including the Kohlii ball illness and the Tarkava attack on Ga-Koro. Takua is very curious and often struggles with his identity and place in the universe.

Kapura (Kuh-per-ruh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Red
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Ruru
Note – Kapura has a red Pakari in the original Bionicle Universe at this time period
Kapura is an unusual Ta-Korian who spends many hours in the Charred Forest practicing the art of traveling large distances by moving very slowly. He is Turaga Vakama’s left hand.

Tiribomba (Tee-ree-bahm-buh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Red mask, Black body, Yellow hands and feet.
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Ruru

Tiribomba is a lava farmer. He is a prankster, and often likes to trick his fellow worker Vamuka.

Vamuka (Vah-moo-kuh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Black mask and feet, red body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kaukau
Vamuka is a lava farmer, and is known for being at the top of his profession. However, he is extremely gullible and often says and does strange things around his fellow Tohunga.

Maglya (my-guhl-yuh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Red
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kakama
Maglya is a lava surfer.

Aodhan (Ay-yode-han)
Gender – Male
Colors – Yellow mask, black body, red feet
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Mahiki
Aodhan is the chief lava farmer of Ta-koro, and oversees all the other lava farmers.

Agni (Ahg-nee)
Gender – Male
Colors – Red
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Miru
Agni is one of the two guards positioned at Ta-Koro’s front gate.

Hujo (Hoo-joh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Yellow mask and feet, red body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Jarihu
Hujo is Ta-Koro’s mapmaker. He is in charge of mapping all the Ta-Wahi regions and making new copies. Recently, he was sent on a quest to make a complete map of Mata Nui, which was hindered by Makuta and his minions. He eventually completed it and discovered the lair of the Unknown, where he braved several mazes and retrieved the blue fire staff, fighting the Rahunga Kanoka in the process. Hujo is often unsure of himself and has struggled with fears of many things in the past, but has grown far more confident since achieving part of his destiny.

Tlenoh (Tlee-noh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Red
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Miru
Tlenoh is one of the finest guards of Ta-Koro. He recently helped Hujo on his quest to complete a map of Mata Nui

Kanoka (Kuh-noh-kuh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Red
Mask – Great Kanohi Nauluko
Kanoka was one of Ta-Koro’s finest guards, and a close friend of Hujo. However, he eventually was lured to Makuta’s side, and faked his death to become a Rahunga. He attempted to stop Hujo from achieving his destiny, but was defeated.

Gajolka (Gah-johl-kuh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Red
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Innako
Gajolka is a lava farmer.

Dukoi (Doo-koy)
Gender – Male
Colors – Yellow mask and feet, red body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kakama
Dukoi is Ta-Koro’s chief Rahi Trainer. Over the years, he has trained many species of rahi, including Hoto bugs and Pobaka Rockshells.

Hokali (Hoh-kahl-lee)
Gender – Male
Colors – Yellow mask and feet, red body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Akaku

Janoku (Jah-noh-koo)
Gender – Male
Colors – Yellow mask and feet, red body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kaukau
Janoku is the cook at Janoku’s Eatery, Ta-Koro’s famous restaurant. He dislikes it when random Tohunga come and take freshly prepared food off his dishes.

Hiotimo (Hee-yoh-tee-moh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Red
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Ruru
Hiotimo is Janoku’s cooking assistant at Janoku’s Eatery.

Gamunga (Gah-moong-guh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Red
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kihi

Rotati (Roh-tah-tee)
Gender – Male
Colors – Red
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pakari

Whugan (Woo-gahn)
Gender – Male
Colors – Black mask and feet, red body.
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Miru
Whugan is a lava farmer. His job is to collect protodermis from the extractors and to monitor the lava farming equipment.

Hahrambu (Ha-hrahm-boo)
(Male, Ta-Korian, Red, Noble Gurihu)
Gender – Male
Colors – Red
Mask - Powerless Kanohi Gurihu

Mirona (Mih-roh-nuh)
Gender – Female
Colors – Yellow mask, yellow and red body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Hau
Mirona is one of the guards at the rear Ta-Koro Gate.

Jibukon (Jih-boo-kahn)
Gender – Male
Colors – Orange mask, orange and yellow body.
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Komau
Jibukon is a lava surfer. He is the Tohunga responsible for organizing the lava surfing races commonly held outside of Ta-Koro’s gates.

Gyihafa (gyee-ha-fuh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Red
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Hakohu
Gyihafa is a window fixer.

Saodsan (Say-yode-sahn)
Gender – Male
Colors – Red
Mask - Powerless Kanohi Wahruma
Saodsan is a candle maker and owns Sword of Tahu Candlemaking, a shop located east of the main Ta-Koro foyer.

Ahikuno (Ah-hee-koo-noh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Yellow mask and feet, orange body.
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kiki
Ahikuno is a member of one of the Kini-Nui Hall’s guard shifts. He was present when Hujo arrived with the maps of Mata-Nui’s Wahi, and helped fight off the renegade Kanoka.

Sarakrii (Suh-rah-kree-ee)
Gender – Female
Colors – Red
Mask – Powerless Kanohu Kaukau
Sarakrii is a mechanic and is responsible for creating and repairing Ta-Koro’s various machines. She is temperamental and dislikes it when others point out the obvious.

Gabogno (Gah-bahg-noh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Yellow mask and feet, red body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pahuaia
Gabogno is a Rahi trainer.

Ouakinu (Oh-wah-kee-noo)
Gender – Male
Colors - Red
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pakari
Ouakinu runs the Hoto bug racing grounds.

Bhakki (Bah-kee)
Gender – Male
Colors – Red
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Togau
Bhakki is a shopkeeper and owns Bhakki’s Shop.

Ga-Koro

Hahli (Ha-lee)
Gender – Female
Colors – Dark blue mask and feet, azure body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kaukau
Hahli is a flax weaver and fisherwoman. She is very adventurous and brave, but sometimes makes foolish mistakes when deciding on actions.

Maku (my-koo)
Gender – Female
Colors – Blue mask and feet, azure body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Huna
Maku is a fisherwoman and Turaga Nokama’s right hand. She is a friend of Hahli and Huki the Kohlii player. During the Tarkava attack on Ga-Koro, Maku escaped to find help, and brought Takua the Chronicler to the village.

Nixie (Nik-see)
Gender – Female
Colors – Blue mask and feet, azure body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pakari
Nixie is Ga-Koro’s astrologer. She constantly studies the patterns of the stars in the sky, and uses their paths to predict upcoming events on Mata-Nui. She is so dedicated to her job that she will sometimes go for days without sleep if she is on the verge of a discovery.

Okoth (Oh-kahth)
Gender – Female
Colors – Blue
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Miru
Okoth is a shopkeeper and owner of Okoth’s Supply Shop.

Marka (Muhr-kuh)
Gender – Female
Colors – Dark blue mask and feet, blue body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Hau
Marka is Ga-Koro’s finest sailor and operates the ferry from Ga-Koro to Po-Koro. She is very strong willed and gruff for a female, but generally has a friendly personality.

Niaka (Nee-yah-kuh)
Gender – Female
Colors – Blue mask and feet, black body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Huna
Niaka is a sailor and operates the ferry from Ga-Koro to Ta-Koro.

Hiaka (Hee-yah-kuh)
(Female, Ga-Korian, Blue and Azure, Pakari)
Gender – Female
Colors – Blue mask and feet, azure body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pakari

Huyoiro (Hoo-yoy-roh)
(Female, Ga-Korian, Blue, Noble Ruru)
Gender – Female
Colors – Blue
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Ruru

Shaoga (Shay-yoh-guh)
Gender – Female
Colors – Blue
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Rau
Shaoga runs the Ngalawa boat races often held at Ga-Koro.

Nolanof (Noll-luh-nahf)
Gender – Female
Colors – Blue mask and feet, azure body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kakama
Nolanof is one of Nokama’s personal aids, and often watches after her hut while she is gone.

Gioha (Gee-yoh-huh)
Gender – Female
Colors – Blue mask and feet, azure body
Mask – Powerless Kaonhi Kakama
Gioha is a diver that collects seaweed and shells underneath Ga-Koro

Namuna (Nah-moo-nuh)
Gender – Female
Colors – Blue mask and feet, azure body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Gurihu
Namuna is a cook and the owner of Namuna’s Restaurant.

Gaweri (Gah-wehy-ree)
Gender – Female
Colors – Blue
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Hakohu
Gaweri tends to the young lily pads east of Ga-Koro. After the Tarakava attack on Ga-Koro, she enlisted Hujo’s help to clear the pads of Lefeiru rats.

Kiapohi (Kee-yuh-poh-hee)
Gender – Male
Colors – Grey mask and feet, blue body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Fiawa
Kiapohi is Ga-Koro’s mapmaker. After the Tarkava attack on Ga-Koro, he accompanied Hujo on his quest to make a complete map of Mata Nui.

Hlaku (Hlah-koo)
Gender – Male
Colors – Blue
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pakari
Hlaku is a hut fixer and one of the few male Ga-Korians. After the Tarkava attack on Ga-Koro, he was kept very busy repairing damage to the huts.

Kykahne (Kai-kah-nehy)
Gender – Female
Colors – Blue
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kaun
Kykahne is the leader of one of the Kini-Nui guard shifts, and was there when Kanoka attacked the hall.

Le-Koro

Kongu (Kahng-goo)
Gender – Male
Colors – Teal mask and feet, lime body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Miru
Kongu is the leader of the Le-Koro Gukko Force, and also serves as Turaga Matau’s right hand. He is very humble and brave, and is a close friend of Tamaru.

Tamaru (Tæ-my-roo)
Gender – Male
Colors – Lime mask and feet, teal body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Rau
Tamaru is a guard below the Le-Koro elevators. He chooses to do this job because he is afraid of flying and extreme heights. However, he is still one of the friendliest of Le-Matoran, and is a close friend of Kongu.

Sanso (Sahn-soh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Teal mask and feet, green body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pakari
Sanso is a Le-Korian musician and writer.

Vira (Veer-ruh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Teal mask, green body, pale green feet
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pakari
Vira is a member of the Le-Koro Gukko force.

Kewonga (Kehy-wahng-guh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Green mask and feet, lime body
Mask – Great Kanohi Halehki
Kewonga is an extremely experienced healer, and is one of the few Matoran that lives outside of the villages. Instead, he lives in a treehouse deep in the jungle, which is guarded by trained Roufiki spiders and Gukkos, as well as a pet Lajhoata Bee. He posses a Btou staff, which allows him to use his Kanohi Halehki to aid him in his healing. Kewonga has developed many specialized medicines, cures and techniques, which he has compiled into a guidebook.

Jombu (Jahm-boo)
Gender – Male
Colors – Green
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Akaku
Jombu was one of the best Gukko riders in Le-Koro, and served as a member of the Kini Nui guard. He was a great friend of Takuto and Nambia and helped defend Kewonga’s treehouse when it was the site of a major attack. Unfortunately, it was revealed that he was actually a Rahunga in disguise, who had burned down Le-Koro’s library and nearly killed their librarian.

Takuto (Tah-koo-toh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Green mask and feet, teal body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kaukau
Takuto is a Gukko rider and a member of the Kini Nui guard. He was a great friend of Jombu, and replaced him when it was revealed that he was a Rahunga.

Fahofah (Fah-hoh-fah)
Gender – Male
Colors – Green
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Riakaori
Faofah is the announcer at Le-Koro Gukko races. He is known for his booming voice and loud personality.

Nabmaia (Næb-mai-yuh)
Gender – Female
Colors – Green
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Utati
Nabmaia is the chief maker of explosives in Le-Koro and owns Nabmaia’s Bomb shop. Despite her profession, she is very peaceful and makes a point never to harm living beings with her bombs.

Ito (Ee-toh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Green and Brown
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Ruru
Ito is a lone Le-Matoran that moves all around Le-Wahi, living on the land and exploring. He is know to most Matoran as “The Jungledweller,” and has an extensive knowledge of nature, stealth, and combat. He has assisted Lewa on his mask quests and Hujo on his quest to make a map of Mata Nui, as well as aiding the Turaga. Ito has hidden many supplies in caves around Le-Wahi, and knows far more about the universe than most of the Matoran on Mata Nui.

Khreomo (Khree-yoh-moh) (kh as in German ch; Bach)
Gender – Male
Colors – Green
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Rakati
Khreomo is a Gukko flyer. He hopes to someday become a member of Le-Koro’s Gukko Force.

Otuukro (Oh-too-ook-roh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Dark green mask and feet, black body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Nauluko
Otuukro is a member of the Le-Koro Gukko Force.

Lekaohe (Lehy-kay-yoh-hehy)
Gender – Male
Colors – Lime mask and feet, green body
Mask – powerless Kanohi Kihi
Lekaohe is a member of the Le-Koro Gukko Force.

Ko-Koro

Matoro (Muh-tohr-roh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Sand blue mask and feet, white body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Akaku
Matoro is Turaga Nuju’s resourceful translator and right hand. He has made an extensive guide to Nuju’s birdspeak and is present at almost all Turaga meetings. Matoro is one of the few Tohunga to know about Metru Nui and other secrets that have been kept from the general population.

Kopeke (Koh-peak)
Gender – Male
Colors – Light blue mask and feet, white body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Komau
Kopeke is a quiet and solitary Tohunga who constantly watches Ko-Koro through a secret spying cave. Even the members of his own village find him too cold and reclusive, but they also respect his fighting skills.

Talvi (Tæl-vee)
Gender – Male
Colors – Black mask and feet, white body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kakama
Talvi is a guard stationed at Ko-Koro’s gate.

Pakastaa (Pahk-uh-stah)
Gender – Male
Colors – Black mask and feet, white body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Huna
Pakastaa is a guard stationed at Ko-Koro’s gate.

Nijire (Nee-zhee-rehy) (zh as in mirage)
Gender – Female
Colors – White mask and feet, blue body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Roku
Nijire is Ko-Koro’s most skillful ice fisher. She is extremely brave and will fish in dangerous locations to get food for her village.

Mukana (Moo-kah-nuh)
Gender – Male
Colors – White
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Rau
Mukana was one of Ko-Koro’s finest warriors, and was a close friend of Matoro. However, it was recently discovered that he was a Rahunga under the service of Makuta. He is skilled enough that he is able to even take down Toa Kopaka in a battle.

Raitu (Rah-ee-too)
Gender – Male
Colors – Grey mask (later light blue) and feet, white body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pakari, later powerless Kanohi Lauku
Raitu is a member of Ko-Koro’s guard.

Ktongii (Kuh-tahng-gee)
Gender – Male
Colors – Teal mask and feet, white body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Rakati
Ktongii is a member of Ko-Koro’s guard

Kejokta (Kee-jahk_tuh)
Gender – Male
Colors – White
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pakari
Kejokta was a member of Ko-Koro’s guard, but “died” when he wandered into the Wkahnau Cave. It was later discovered that he actually had become a Rahunga and was serving Makuta.

Teuara (the-wah-ruh)
Gender – Female
Colors – White mask and feet, blue body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Naulako
Teuara is a member of Ko-Koro’s guard.

Tikuno (Tih-koo-noh)
Gender – Male
Colors – White
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Komau
Tikuno is a member of Ko-Koro’s guard.

Akohre (Uh-koh-hree)
Gender – Male
Colors – White
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kihi
Akohre is a scholar who spends all his time studying the Wall of Prophecy. He has made hundreds of predictions over the years and has organized them into several editions of his book series “Akohre’s Exhaustive Guide to the Wall of Prophecy,” which all of the Turaga have in their personal libaries.

Kokkan (Kah-kahn)
Gender – Male
Colors – White
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kakama
Kokkan is a shopkeeper and owns the Treeline Shop.

Khyreen (Khai-reen) (kh as in German ch; Bach)
Gender – Male
Colors – White
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Hau
Khyreen is a Huai Snow Dodgeball player.

Pawhata (Pah-wah-tuh)
Gender – Male
Colors – White mask and feet, blue body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Wahruma
Pawhata is a Huai Snow Dodgeball player.

Lumi (Loo-mee)
Gender – Male
Colors – White mask and feet, blue body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Gurihu
Lumi is a Huai Snow Dodgeball player.

Arhuyu (Are-who-you)
Gender – Male
Colors – White mask and feet, grey body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Rau
Arhuyu is Ko-Koro’s librarian.

Mokholoh (Moh-khoh-loh) (kh as in German ch; Bach)
Gender – Male
Colors – White mask and feet, grey body.
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Koruuka
Mokholoh is a member of one of the Kini Nui guard shifts.

Onu-Koro

Onepu (Oh-neh-poo)
Gender - Male
Colors – Purple mask and feet, black body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pakari
Onepu is the leader of the Onu-Koro Ussal brigade, and serves as Turaga Whenua’s right hand. He is easily one of the most boastful of Tohunga, and often annoys members of his own village. Still, he is the best Ussal rider on the island, and most Tohunga respect him.

Taipu (Tai-poo)
Gender - Male
Colors – Black mask and feet, tan body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pakari
Taipu is a miner, and is known for being one of the strongest Tohunga on the island.

Nuparu (Noo-pahr-roo)
Gender - Male
Colors – Orange mask, black body, grey feet
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pakari
Nuparu is Onu-Koro’s chief engineer. He is responsible for repairing all the mining equipment, as well as designing new devices to aid the village. Nuparu is extremely inventive, but he often gets sidetracked from his work.

Midak (Mai-dahk)
Gender – Male
Colors – Purple mask and feet, black body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pakari
Note – Midak’s color scheme in the original Bionicle Universe was all black
Midak is a lone Tohunga that lives outside the tunnel entrance to Onu Koro. His job is to take care of several Taxi Ussals and to close off the tunnel entrance when necessary. Unlike the other Tohunga of Earth, he is enamored with sunshine and brightness, and loves to tell all passing travelers about “the wonders of light.”

Damek (Dah-mehk)
Gender - Male
Colors – Purple mask and feet, black body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Miru
Damek is a guard stationed at the tunnel from Onu-Koro to Ta-Koro

Tehuti (the-hueh-tee) (ueh as in book)
Gender – Male
Colors – Purple mask and feet, black body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kakama

Nuhuri (Noo-hoor-ree)
Gender - Female
Colors – Pink and Black
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Mahiki
Nuhuri is Onu-Koro’s most skilled rahi tracker. She has spent many years mapping the Nui-Jaga tunnels and trapping infected rahi. Recently, she was captured by some of Makuta’s minions, but was rescued by Hujo, who she joined on his quest afterwards.

Ronnoku (Rahn-noh-koo)
Gender - Male
Colors – Purple mask and feet, black body.
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Roku
Ronnoku is the owner of the Onu-Koro Supershop, an enormous trading bazaar that has items from all 6 Koro. He constantly advertises and mentions the shop in nearly every situation, and loves to recite its slogan.

Rhiakko (Ree-yahk-koh)
Gender - Male
Colors – Purple and Black
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kanuku
Rhiakko is a member of one of the Kini Nui guard shifts.

Zemaaja (Zeh-my-ah-juh)
Gender - Female
Colors – Black
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Ruru
Zemaaja is Onu-Koro’s chief Rahi trainer. Her main job is to train the ussals that the Onu Koro Ussal Brigade uses.

Anuji (Ahn-noo-jee)
Gender - Male
Colors - Black
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Huna
Anuji is a miner.

Marma (Mahr-muh)
Gender - Male
Colors – Black mask and feet, tan body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Mahiki
Marma is a miner.

Po-Koro

Huki (Hoo-kee)
Gender – Male
Colors – Earth orange mask and feet, tan body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kakama
Huki is Po-Koro’s champion Kohlii player and a recipient of the copper mask of Victory. He is extremely skilled at athletics and is a close friend of Maku.

Hafu (Hah-foo)
Gender – Male
Colors – Black mask and feet, tan body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Ruru
Hafu is a carver who tends to the statues outside of Po-koro’s boundaries. He is extremely proud of his work and calls every creation “another Hafu Original.”

Piatra (Pea-yah-truh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Black mask and feet, tan body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Matatu
Piatra is a guard stationed outside of Po-Koro’s gate.

Ally (Ah-lai)
Gender – Male
Colors – Brown mask and feet, tan body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Ruru
Ally is a guard that is stationed on Po-Koro’s watchtower.

Gloyo (Gloy-yoh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Tan mask and body, brown feet.
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Miru.
Gloyo is a Maha goat tamer and runs the “Maha Herding” game locating at the back of Po-Koro.

Kamen (Kah-mehn)
Gender – Male
Colors – Brown mask and feet, tan body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Komau
Kamen is a statue checker that usually works right outside of Po-Koro’s gates.

Kuhauha (Koo-huh-oo-huh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Dark brown mask and feet, sand blue body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Fiuwa
Kuhauha is a guard. He is a fan of Korau’s cooking and especially his famous Fauii cakes.

Ruugon (Roo-oo-gahn)
Gender – Male
Colors – Brown mask and feet, black body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Pahuaia
Ruugon is Po-Koro’s mapmaker. He aided Hujo on his quest to make a map of Mata Nui, and helped him defeat the renegade Kanoka. He also was responsible for the carving of the statues that helped to find Hujo’s greatest fear.

Huafah (Hoo-wah-fah)
Gender – Male
Colors – Brown mask and feet, tan body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Wahruma
Huafah is a guard stationed outside the Po-Koro gate.

Talengi (Tah-lehng-gee)
Gender – Male
Colors –
Mask –

Jofo (Joh-foh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Brown mask and feet, black body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Matatu
Jofo is a writer and Kohlii player. He is famous around the island for his book series “Tales of the Ri-Rali.”

Muhlaka (Muh-hlah-kuh)
Gender – Male
Colors – Brown mask and feet, grey body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Hau
Muhlaka is a Kohlii player.

Korau (Core-rau)
Gender – Male
Colors – Brown mask and feet, tan body
Mask – Powerless Kanoho Lauku
Korau is a cook and owns Korau’s Eatery.

Jerabu (Jeh-rah-boo)
Gender – Female
Colors – Brown mask and feet, tan body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Togau
Jerabu is a member of one of the guard shifts at Kini-Nui Hall.

Tuukreha (Too-oo-krehy-huh)
Gender – Female
Colors – Brown and black mask, tan body, brown feet
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Miru
Tuukreha is a Kohlii player.

Kagulah (Kah-goo-lah)
Gender – Male
Colors – Brown mask and feet, tan body
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Naulako
Kagulah is a shopkeeper and owns The Supply Oasis, located near Po-Koro’s gate.

Rokrunu (Roh-kroo-noo)
Gender – Male
Colors – Brown lower mask and feet, sand blue body and upper mask.
Mask – Powerless Kanohi Kumataku
Rokrunu is a torch checker at the gukko landing strip in Po-Koro.

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Very Nice, I like it.

Worthy of my approval.
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Bitter Cold
Nov 19 2008 07:21 PM
LONGEST ENTRY EVAR

Srsly.
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QUOTE(SPANISH INQUISITION @ Nov 19 2008, 08:21 PM)
LONGEST ENTRY EVAR

Srsly.

It just might be -- I thought for sure it would cut off. tongue.gif (And working on posting the walkthrough now -- that DID cut off lol. So will be two entries, probably going public tomorrow.)
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EmpressYumiwa
Nov 19 2008 08:38 PM
Lotsa people. o.O

~EW~
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Takua the Wanderer
Nov 20 2008 02:39 AM
How many are there? blink.gif
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Turaga Dlakii
Nov 20 2008 03:16 AM
Just when we thought that what you had to say couldn't get any longer...
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Quit having spare time! >:C
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Torchflare1234
Nov 20 2008 10:00 AM
Normally, I'll read the entire entry, but that's not a normal entry. It's a long list with many strange sounding names. tongue.gif
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Messa got spotlighted! biggrin.gif Oh, and you're very welcome, bones. I had a lot of fun doing this - your characters are very interesting. smile.gif

QUOTE(Takua the Wanderer @ Nov 20 2008, 02:39 AM)
How many are there? blink.gif


Enough that it took me nearly a month to finish this list. tongue.gif

... Okay, so that includes all the time I procrastinated and did other things instead, but let's just keep that between you and me, okay? smile.gif

~~END~~
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I am amazed by the sheer number of characters you have created for your universe.

I have a question and two criticisms, though. Firstly, the criticisms - Ally's description is posted where his mask should be, and Talengi's description has not been completed. Secondly, you have Jala listed as wearing a Great Kanohi Hau - does this reflect a Paracosmos diversion from canon storyline, or is it actually a Noble Hau, with that listing just being a mistake?
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Yeah, those were either mistakes I made or things I wasn't sure about. I dunno why Bones didn't fix them - after all, he's the one that created the Paracosmos in the first place. If anyone knows, it's him. tongue.gif
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I have a question and two criticisms, though. Firstly, the criticisms - Ally's description is posted where his mask should be, and

Fixed.

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Secondly, you have Jala listed as wearing a Great Kanohi Hau - does this reflect a Paracosmos diversion from canon storyline, or is it actually a Noble Hau, with that listing just being a mistake?

Fixed. That was just me skimming the official characters. tongue.gif I musta just registered that it was right in terms of shape and not registered that it didn't mention that technicality. Anyways, thanks for catching.

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Talengi's description has not been completed.

Yeah... See, I can't figure out who the heck he is. tongue.gif I remember naming this character, but I don't remember the character and I can't find him. Making it difficult to complete his description. tongue.gif
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--Evil Lord Survurlode,
in a BZP interview


"Killeth them with kindness. That's what my mother taught me. So I figured, instead of trying to fight Brave Knight Binkmeister's attempt to overthrow me... I would instead give him the one thing he loves most. Bubble Wrap. Not only him, but all of his followers. BZP members once knew me as their common enemy. But now... am I just a kind old man who has free Bubble Wrap?"

--Evil Lord Survurlode


"Why in the world am I calling him Brave Knight Binkmeister?! That term sounds... nice. It makes him sound like a hero! NO!!! He's my enemy! No, no, henceforth he shalt be known as 'Cowardly Scum Binkmeister'!"

--Evil Lord Survurlode


"Yes, my new minion, you now see the dastardly plans BZP members have--they seek to avoid my floods by getting on in the morning or the late evening, or worse, the nighttime. Sauron might have been a sleepless creature of the night, but personally I can't stand coffee. But not to worry! You, my friend, will go out and enslave the members. You will sit enthroned on their shelves, hung from their walls like a cursed mark, and wrapped around their wrists like handcuffs. Even they shalt know the constraints of time! Behold, the Evil Clock!"

--Evil Lord Survurlode


"What is that you sayeth, Evil Clock? BZPower is now five long years old? So what? I am thousands upon thousands of years old! I am, in fact, as old as the ocean that I command with my floods! I am even older than clocks like you! What's that? Yeah, yeah, but I just don't feel like AARP is for me..."

--Evil Lord Survurlode


"What do you mean, I'm not speaking in proper Old English? I am Lord Survurlode. If I say this is Old English, it iseth!"

--Evil Lord Survurlode


"What doth mine eyes spyeth? I see-eth a member attempting to posteth! No! I shalt not alloweth it! Rise, ye Floodes! Riseth! ...What? No, I ameth noteth tryingeth hardereth to speaketh Oldeth Englisheth! Ye Silly Clocke!"

--Evil Lord Survurlode


"No, I am NOT an April Fool's Joke! Just because my power increases tenfold on that day doesn't mean my existence depends on it."

--Evil Lord Survurlode


"Frodo? Why would I be scared of him? He sailed off to the West--it means he died, yo! Besides, the One Refresh cannot be melted in some volcano. It would take a... No, wait... Sorry, that information is classified. Muahahahaha!"

--Evil Lord Suvurlode


"The term 'Yo' can be Old English! Yeesh!"

--Evil Lord Survurlode


"See, my problem is that I am far older than Old English. To me it's that newfangled slang those Anglo-Saxon types speak. You'll forgive me if I get it confused with the five million different versions that came out since then. Yes, you will. Or else."

--Evil Lord Survurlode


"..."

--Evil Lord Survurlode's
Kopeke Impression


"What do you mean, it's really 'Mount Doomah?!'"

--Evil Lord Survurlode


"You are getting veeery sleepy. You need more Bubble Wrap. That's right, little member. Wallow in bubble wrap forever. Say it with me now. 'Must. Have. More.'"

--Evil Lord Survurlode


"Brave Knight--I mean, Cowardly Sponge Binkmeister has attempted to attacketh me once again! But lo, I am-- What? Sponge? Is that what I said? I meant Scum. Brave Scum Binkmeister-- What now? Oh, be quiet, minion."

--Evil Lord Survurlode


"No, I am not a girl!"

--Evil Lord Survurlode,
on his power over water


"Muahahahahahahahaha*cough* *hack* *gurgle* ..... *ahem* Must remember to watch the evil laugh when the floodwaters get that high..."

--Evil Lord Survurlode


"Oh, that's an easy question. See, Sauron's One Telephone Ring looked like a metal ring, right? Well, the One Refresh looks like a ring made out of those green arrows... like on that refresh button up there. Wait... why am I telling you this?!"

--Evil Lord Survurlode,
in a BZP interview


"No, I do not get rusty! This is Stainless Steel! What? Yes, yes! They had stainless steel thousands of years ago. Yeesh."

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The point is, writing either a drum solo, or is like a mountain, the bigger the base, the higher it can get, and the more amazing it is. Think about it, when building a mountain of dirt or sand, you need to slowly create your huge base, then as you build towards the peak things get faster and easier to pile on. The High points are where the story is fast paced and we are reaching the climax--what we just left on the last mountain of story we had (the MU story arch), and now Greg is building a new story mountain for us."

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Logic is the key.


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I am insane. I know that I am insane. In fact, I know that I am so insane, that I am incapable of realizing that I am insane. Therefore, I know that I am not insane.


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Forgetting things since.... umm....


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Creativity should not be confused with nuclear weapons.


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I heart logic.


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Only dead things do not change. Much.


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Pay attention now. Repeat after me. "Bones. Can. Be. Wrong."


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The problem is, "Tradition for tradition's sake" is like flying blind in an airplane. It's like saying as you approach a mountain "But we've always flown in this direction before... why would we change direction? It isn't the tradition!"


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Remember that -- clever absurdity, designed to harmonize with certain tastes, is the key to originality.


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Ironicles.


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People are like snowflakes. No two are the same.


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Yes, the Toa will win somehow. But let me give you a challenge. Write a story. In which the good guys win, or the bad guys win, doesn't matter. But write it with only introducing the challenges that the winner must overcome, and avoid showing how the winner wins. Just set up the problem, then skip to the end:

"In the end, this character wins, somehow."

Now, do you think this is a successful format for a story, that anybody would really want to read? [...] Readers demand that you as writer have thought through the "how" of the story.


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Where is this idea coming from?


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Makutarahk


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[L]et's not mince words here -- all LEGO products are toys. It's a toy company, in the toy business. There's nothing wrong with that.


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[A] wise Daoist once said that a name is merely a label. If a person calls me a "nerd", then that is their label for me. If a person calls me a "human", that is a label. If they call me "bonesiii", that is a label. I would simply reply that, if "nerd" is the term they wish to apply to me, like "human", then so be it -- I would thus be proud of that label, because I am proud of who I am.


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I'm not telepathic.


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I don't know if this is just the way I'm wired, but I don't really think like "hey, wanna be my friend?" I just be myself, treat others with respect and friendliness, and those who would make good friends just sorta show up. And I really don't think like "well, you're not my friend, you are, you aren't" etc. Anybody can be my friend.


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*revives topic, only to kill it seconds later*


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My two pieces of eight.


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Ha ha! Voriki myth still isn't dead? It's been so long since the constant flow of these topics stopped I guess I thought Voriki had finally kicked the bucket. Well, I hate to put another nail in the old guy's coffin, but...

Topic closed.

I Heart Logic

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Ahhhhh, the sweet smell of complaint topics in July!


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I think Evil Lord Survurlode is out to get me.


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Bionicle doesn't revolve around ANY one fan. Not even you.


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Bionicle does NOT age with its fans.


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If something absolutely has to be done for the greater good, it is by definition NOT evil.


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Think, guys, think! You have brains! Use them!


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Logic is not some meaningless buzzword you can throw around like pie, at least not as long as I, an actual logician, am here.


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Common myth. The answer is: "Yes, if you are an ancient Greek."


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Last I checked, most of us aren't ancient Greeks. tongue.gif Some of us are ancient Geeks, but...


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Besides, show me a brown rock, and I'll use your logic on you. "That's not a rock, it's hardened lava."


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The best symbol of stone would be gray. But it would probably sell almost as bad as brown -- LEGO needed a "flashy" color, more like what Ta, Ga, and Le Toa have.


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Do not insult cheese.


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Omi's right.


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Forty-two.

(Four eight fifteen sixteen twenty-three... *ahem*)


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Logic! Why don't they teach logic in these schools?


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Can you imagine MNOG ending with the Turaga and Matoran executing Ahkmou?


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So here's the question: If LEGO working harder by listening to fans is "lazy", then wouldn't they be "lazy" if they listened to you -- a fan?


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You don't need to hate to say it.


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Four extra letters. "Bionicle sets." How hard is that?

Actually, three extra letters since the s just moves.


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If they are "Bionicles", then you are "History".


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BZPers are often the exception, not the rule.

::celestial_drink::

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Of course it's cruel -- did you think bad guys were Mother Teresa?


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It isn't like I hide it, but it also isn't like I go up to random students at college at say "Hey, I like Bionicle, isn't that something?!"


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One man's junk is another man's treasure.


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I had the same theory in ages past, and Greg personally disproved it.


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The thing can destroy time, man. You guard those kinda things.


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Brevity is the soul.


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Which I suppose is a fancy way of saying, "I have no idea."


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I attack my own theories. I'm weird like that.


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If only books could be updated like web pages.


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Bionicle was supposedly a betrayal of everything LEGO stands for, its pieces far too clunky, a horrible turn away from the more "intelligent" Technic and a total stabbing in the back of the good old brick, an insult to AFOLS, evidence of a mythical trend away from the construction toy, far too violent, etc.


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It's really pretty simple:

Gadunka is one of the "coolest" sets ever. Most inventive, most unusual, most striking. Thus, he is horrible.


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Of course they're weird. All Bionicle names are supposed to be weird. Show me the Bionicle name that is "normal".


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You just completely contradicted yourself. If Mata Nui was working out great, then wouldn't Metru Nui have made less money?



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If that's greedy, then you are greedy for driving in a car to get somewhere far away fast, for wearing shoes so you can walk at a reasonable pace without cutting your feet, using silverware to better eat your food, using a telephone to avoid having to make a trip and speak, using a computer to type a forum post when you could walk personally to everybody's house and speak what you just said over and over and over again.... At least 2000 times to account for all the possible active BZP members, and preferably about five million times -- and you'd have to go door to door throughout the whole world to even figure out which people were Bionicle fans anyways before you started confusing monks in Tibet with strange words like "Kongu" and "Cordak". All within your own lifetime, regardless of whatever else you had wanted to do in your life.

And forget speech. You have to scratch out the message with your fingernails in stone. Then maybe you wouldn't be greedy. Maybe.



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Nobody would surprise me, so it's probably Makuta. But I went with Hydraxon, because he's a weapons master and it would make sense, no?


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Why didn't I think of that earlier?


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I don't just ask rhetorical questions -- I answer them.


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I knew you'd say that.


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You're a body with a head. So what?


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A simple conversion is not a business plan to actually get two radically different markets to behave as if they were the same.


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Um, hello? Are my posts invisible?


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Universe go poof.

We All Live In An

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I hate typing Roman numerals above three.


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I always find these topics funny -- everybody goes in circles, pointing to the exact same aspect of the set and going "See that? So it's obvious it's horrible! How can you not see that?", and then someone else saying, "See that? It's obvious it's awesome! How can you not see that?"


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Obviously, not everybody sees I to I.


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They have their uses -- like if you're making a MOC that's supposed to be a light green faceless humanoid.


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I hate it when I can't tell if someone's joking.


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Yes, that's an excuse to be lazy.


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Hold on just a second. I think you have things backwards. Mata Nui was not paradise -- it was a place of horror and war for a thousand years!


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Lol.


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I'm a logician. I can tell you that your argument does not merely sound illogical. It is.


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Yeah, that'd be bad. Next question?


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We'd still have wooden ducks, no plastic bricks, and definately no LEGO if change was prevented. Really, we wouldn't even have that.


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It is unfortunate that it's this way (at least for us). But it is. We might as well come to grips with it.


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And I walk away in peace.


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You have no idea how many times I've read this style of opening to this kind of topic, man. I must admit I am very very tired of it.

*deeeeep breath*

*shakes head madly*

Okay, I'm good.


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My memory doesn't go back that far.


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If I didn't agree with something, I'd try to find out the reasons for it before doing anything else, which is something I think some people forget to do and instead they dig themselves a hole for no reason.


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Lol, I think you missed the point -- BR isn't going to think your forum deserves approval if he has to be told it exists.


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I'm a coolomaniac.


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But I like spam!
Wait...


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This is not a country. This is a website. Countries are led by governments. Websites are owned by owners. Countries are places you physically exist in, and may have difficulty leaving. Websites are places YOU choose to go. Countries are places you may be born in, or grow up in, etc.

BZPower is a place YOU sign an agreement in order to join. Blame cannot be placed on us when a member violates that agreement. And if a member chooses not to like that agreement anymore, they are free to leave at will. If a member violates the agreement they made with us, we are justified in punishing the member as agreed.


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I'm a logician -- I think in terms of what makes sense all the time. I don't just agree -- I know why I agree, and I think my reasons are pretty sound.


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If I'm breaking a rule, it's because I gave myself permission to allow myself an exception, thus I am not technically breaking it.


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[A]lthough Evil Lord Survurlode does seem to be making a bit of a comeback, just like Sauron, so we might have an epic war that will spawn a novel and three giant books of a trilogy soon... but yeah...


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I object to the wording of this question.


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Huzzah?

I'm A Doctor, Not A Great Being

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Ever had one of those moments where you think you just passed into an alternate timeline? This is one. ()_o


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Rants are based on pompous egos and desire to pick a fight. Not intelligence.


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The Monster on LOST is Makuta.


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Cynics are some of the most naive people on the planet. They hear someone claim things are bad, and they accept it without question.


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I'm a realist with an imagination.


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I blame Survurlode.


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You see a flamer, your response should not be to just flame him back -- you lower yourself to his level if you do.


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Let's open that can of worms, as unpleasant as it might be. [...] *I'm not afraid of you, worms!*


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"Transformation" can be as simple as a bomb rearranging a building into a debris field.


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Far better to be proven wrong than to be wrong without knowing it.


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I remember when I was a kid, and I was just playing around, I didn't know this stuff, so I said gas prices were five dollars at my play gas station.

My dad laughed, said gas would never be that expensive.


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Toa carrying rifles... as they ride their space shuttles into... Klingon territory...


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Kazi [ha]s Rahkshi staffs. (Oooh, Kazi=evil??)


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Take an election between two candidates. Obviously, both candidates will get votes. However, one will get more votes, and one will get less. You would be, in this example, voting for the one with less votes (Mr. Olderfanson). You see why the fact that you, one person, did vote for that guy, doesn't prove that he won the election? [...] "Mr. Newerfanson" won the election.


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o_O


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In general, I do enjoy debates--but I don't enjoy being flamed, no. Nor do I enjoy wasting time when I have tons of PMs I need to reply to and top secret reference projects to work on and all that responding to things that could have been cleared up with more thought before posting, heh. Debates can still get tedious when it seems (please note "seems"!) that a few people refuse to approach them with an open mind.


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<_<
>_>
<_>


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I didn't even spell "the" right.


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Lol. I never said I'm always right! Yeesh, what do I have to do to convince you guys I don't think that? Purposefully take wrong positions or something?


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Guess what? I could draw before I learned to write, but does that mean I should get all huffy and insulted at the fact that not everybody shares my particular talent? This is just absurd, isn't it? Did you honestly think that everybody has the same talents and gains proficiency at the same time?



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When someone much older than you was a kid, LEGO was wooden toys. [fogie teeth voice]"These newfangled plastic things are insulting! As if there isn't money to be made in good old fashioned woodblock toys!"[/fogie teeth voice]


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Can we sing kumbaya yet? Sing it! Koooooooo----oom---bah-----yaaaaaaaaahhhhhh.

Or something... Sing it! You don't even have to agree with me! Just sing it anyways, maaan!

Sing!


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Your mistake is that you are thinking in terms of a simplistic "formula" of strength, and thinking that can be used to predict everything. It can't--every situation is different, and sometimes a weak Matoran might catch a glimpse of a passing Rahkshi while a powerful "Toa Ultimaultrasuper" might get blasted to bits when the same Rahkshi actually attacks. You need to be realistic--think in terms of the situation. Stories are based on that--they are a "game of seconds and inches" where dangers both big and small can occur to both powerful and weak people, and how you perform depends on your brains and the time you have to prepare more than your actual power level.


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Why did the entirely robotic Bohrok need teeth? Someone explain how that is okay but teeth in Piraka isn't?


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Phew. Now, to post, and see if I maxed the text limit out.

Yabo! Hahaha!

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Thanks X. Thanks D. Thanks X and D. XD


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I lazy.


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You can make any innovation look bad if you point to the non-innovative ways (the old "normal" ways) and claim they must be followed blindly.


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But what I don't get about it is -- why the apparent desire to kill characters off for no reason? In real life you meet tons of people who you will never meet again, and they're not dead. Is that to you a problem? I don't get it -- you'd go insane if you tried to stay in touch with every random old lady that said hi when you were walking the dog...


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Yes, my post in this topic is product placement. So sue me.


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In addition, high gravity affects spacetime on a fundamental level, slowing time down and bending the spatial brane. Not to be confused with the spacious brain.


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It would create a field of electrogravimetry that would pull all nearby matter in and then make it explode. The explosion cloud would take the form of an anchovy.


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There's only a slim chance that we exist.


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I love taking myself out of context.


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I think it's admirable to be careful not to offend people where it makes sense. But at some point, you have to be willing to stand up for yourself and be confident enough that if someone comes at you with an unreasonable accusation, you don't take it.


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I think aliens invaded already and have fooled us into thinking they are mere animals who "meow".


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Good stories aren't puppet shows. They are tales of life, with realistic characters -- people -- living out their lives, with really minimal "guiding" by the author.


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Oh goody, a complainer to blast to oblivion.


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To begin with, I disagree strongly with pretending it is "killing off", rather than a serious story being told, with serious themes and life in the story. Characters aren't "killed off". They die.

I find this term somewhat offensive, because it implies the writer kills the character like a TV show host telling a contestant to leave. This is not a game show. It is the events of the storyline that kill the character. That term is merely a psychological shield to avoid the emotion of the moment in the story. IMO, that's a kind of immaturity.


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You can't always get what you want "now now now". Your logic makes no sense -- if you want to know what's in the books, that means you support the books' existence. Yet you apparently want spoilers to go up the day it's out, so in the countries where it is bought, people could just read the spoilers and not buy the book, risking its sales going down and the books ending, and thus no more spoilers for you to read!


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Truth = Truth. And nothing else.


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I had spammed ten thousand times.


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A good comedy is a development, like a story, not a punchline. You start with a situation, and it goes in unexpected, funny ways, which leads into other twists, to a conclusion that often can be more serious than funny, avoiding random cliches and developing enough logic that it doesn't feel like you slapped random nonsense down. Comedies Forum has this bad rap of having a lot of Unfunny Stuff -- I think it's the temptation to write short punchlines drawing on typical one-liner cliches that causes this. The 300 word rule is a good basic start to avoiding that problem.


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Dude. My voting precint is a "23". ph34r.gif


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And what people are saying about randomosity is true -- I hope that it's not surprising that as a logician, I understand how to be funny (though I won't try in this post ). Logic isn't for Spock who refuses to smile -- you actually need logic in your comedy to make it funny. In my experience, a balance of logic and random nonsense helps -- even logic OF the random nonsense.


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I highly recommendate it.


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Another mistake a lot of people make is thinking a comedy must be 100% funny -- reality is that that tends to just overwhelm the reader and come off more as spam. If you look at my Survurlode interviews, for example, there is always at least one serious theme that the whole work revolves around. The serious aspects support the humorous, and vice versa.


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*strongly approves of the use of the term "bionical"*


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Well, my observation has always been the opposite -- more established official facts inspires MORE fan imagination -- at least with imaginative official facts. It was really only once the "gappists" starting complaining, in my observation as a 2003+ member here, about "tons of official facts" that I saw the fanfiction community here really explode with creativity.

Think about it -- imagination feuls imagination. Less imagination doesn't -- it starves imagination.

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How much wood would a woodwood wood if a woodwood would would wood?


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But my point related to that isn't that I literally think it should be FULLY sun-sized. I'm just saying, there's a whole range, from a little larger than Earth, to a LOT larger, to a TONTONZILLION larger, and it's all possible if the story team just feels like it.


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*imagines massive asteriod pulling out a pirate's telescope lol*


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GD is NOT for storyline-only discussion. That discussion belongs in S&T.


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S&T policies are designed for good reasons, tried, tested, and they work.


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Sure I'm sure -- it's Bionicle. Anything's possible.


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I never understand these claims -- how do you know what "proportionate" is for that character? He's a fictional character, made out of plastic LEGO parts.

So why get annoyed at it? When you look at a giraffe, do you get annoyed? It makes no sense to me to do so.

Besides, you're setting yourself up for it. Nobody ever told you these characters were supposed to be exactly human.

If you look at an ape, would you say it's done wrong, just because it resembles a human?


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I plan not to, but I guess if the site shut down I'd kinda have to, wouldn't I?


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...they usually give their jokes when they have the upper hand at the moment, though, or when they've just run into a frustrating difficulty that's not immediately dangerous, which are realistic IMO. When they're in immediate danger, I am not aware that they pause to crack jokes.


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I strongly disagree -- everybody capitalizes their name. It's cliche.

(I do not capitalize because 1) I hate being cliche, and 2) it is symbolic of humility.)


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I knew you'd say that.


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Seriously though, obviously the focus groups like silver, guys -- there's no mystery, those of you portraying it as odd that LEGO keeps using the color. This is how personal taste works -- it differs, and you're gonna find yourself in the minority sometimes. Best get used to it -- that's life.


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*lets self dp*


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I'm not a soldier, but I know that keeping your sense of humor alive even in dangerous or serious situations can be a huge boon to keeping your sanity.

He who forgets how to laugh forgets how to live.


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I heart silver. My favorite metallic. If I had my way, gold would be considered lesser than silver.


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The red eye thing is the closest thing you have to evidence, but I could argue that Berix is the traitor for spending time away from the villages, or Ackar is the traitor because his name sounds like Admiral Ackbar and there was a traitor in Star Wars called Darth Vader.


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Ultimately it comes down to this for me -- YOU choose to dissapointed or miserable.

If you expected the universe to be perfect, that was your choice, and really not very sensible of you.


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If I as a writer were to try to appeal to the attitude you express in your post, I would feel like I am constantly walking on eggshells. Everytime I had a cool idea how to use a character, or more importantly logic told me the character naturally would be involved in something, I would have to worry about whether I shouldn't do it as it might offend someone.

That's a miserable way to write, and I wouldn't wish that on the story team, myself, or anyone.


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But one thing. Everyone expects something when they do something.


Very true. For example, when I posted the above post, I expected somebody to reward me with this point, giving me an excuse to discuss it in a separate post so as to give it better focus.


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Therefore, the more "things to expect" from a "donation or whatever the heck you want to call it", the more likely we get mooooolaaaaaaaa. Therefore good.

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I don't see what the anology has to do with this. "Chevys" (or "Chevies") makes sense. Like "Keets" or Morby or my personal favorite for Makuta -- Terry Mack. "Biological Chronicles" referring to beings makes no sense. And as I typed this, a Chevy ad came on TV. They called it "Chevy." Seriously, exact same time.


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Oh my, you're completely irrelevant metaphor makes you look sooo intelligent.


This is obviously getting out of hand, so I guess I have to close it. Also, you failed to answer my question. When a moderator asks you a question, answer it. Capisce? wink.gif

Please do not attack people like that. That is flaming, or at best trolling, both of which are not allowed.


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1) YOUR right to be on here for free.

2) Their right to be on here.

3) PM perks, like poll-making, blogs, etc.

4) Proto.

No matter how you slice it, sending in that money is NOT just buying proto. Even if proto is all they want, they're still buying YOUR right to be on here for free. Yall should be grateful.

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