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Ekimu Theory with 100% Solid Proof

Trijhak

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Ekimu is evil.

 

You can tell because his name starts with 'E'.

Evil begins with 'E'.

 

Furthermore, Ekimu and Evil share an I, making Ekimu more evil.

 

Ekimu? More like Evilkimu. And of course, everything he says about Makuta is not to be trusted.

 

Also, he was sealed in a coffin by the Protectors. What if that wasn't because he was, uh, weak? What if that was because he was a source of great evil and had to be sealed away, and now he has manipulated the entirety of Okoto into reawakening him? Now he is free, ready to unleash his minions, and unleash them, he did.... [MASK OF LIGHT MUSIC]

 

But seriously, what if Ekimu betrays the Toa?

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In all seriousness, I think it would be a neat twist for Ekimu to betray the Toa. That way, the Toa could actually be the heroes instead of someone else coming in at the last minute to save the day. 

 

Looking at you, Ekimu.

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He's a vampire. Because M and I appear in both Ekimu and Vampire. Also evil.

 

:music:

 

 

He was effectively resting in a coffin for a long time... 

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This is just like in 2001, when I first played the Mata Nui Online Game! Maku wanted me to get in a boat and follow her, but I didn't listen, because "Maku" clearly was the first four letters of "Makuta", and I knew enough to know that that was the bad guy. You couldn't get a thing past 10-year-old me, that's for sure. ;)

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"Theory" -- A theory is an idea that hopes to predict future story revelations, or present a reasonable explanation or occurance or the like, based on "evidence." You may post topics about your story theories, or post similar related theories to someone else's in their topic for sake of conversation there.

 

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"Proof" -- This refers to things that are known absolutely to be true, with no room for logical debate against them, in the canon storyline. A lot of members get confused about this, thinking that a theory is illegitimate if it isn't proven, but that would miss the point of theories to begin with. Also, we do not use the term "proof" to refer to evidence for theories to keep things clear. In other words, if an idea is proven, it's already canon fact and not a theory.

 

And with that, your statements are fundamentally incorrect and incompatible with sound logic. Try again. :P

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He's a vampire. Because M and I appear in both Ekimu and Vampire. Also evil.

 

:music:

He was effectively resting in a coffin for a long time...

 

I know!

 

And have we even seen him out in sunlight yet?

 

:music:

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This is just like in 2001, when I first played the Mata Nui Online Game! Maku wanted me to get in a boat and follow her, but I didn't listen, because "Maku" clearly was the first four letters of "Makuta", and I knew enough to know that that was the bad guy. You couldn't get a thing past 10-year-old me, that's for sure. ;)

 

Well, yeah, of course a 10 year old boy would be distrustful of Maku. She has Makooties.

 

 

 

 

He's a vampire. Because M and I appear in both Ekimu and Vampire. Also evil.

 

:music:

He was effectively resting in a coffin for a long time...

 

I know!

 

And have we even seen him out in sunlight yet?

 

:music:

 

 

Nope! And he required elemental energy to be awakened... he feeds on elemental energy! 

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