This is the central hub for Makuta Hunt, a series of short, 6-chapter stories starring Tobduk as he hunts down individual members of the Brotherhood. Reviews are very much appreciated. (Scratch that, they're compulsory.)Transferring all the information from the old review topic is really giving me grief. So this first post will ultimately not contain any reference information on the previous episodes. For that, you can visit the old review topic here. http://www.bzpower.c...howtopic=328883Also, this series has received the Hand of Nova award for "outstanding creativity." This is rather irregular, as the award was intended for sprite comics. And Makuta Hunt, you will notice, is not a sprite comic. http://www.brickshel...and_of_nova.pngEpisode 6: The Subtarond ProjectThe Onu-Matoran of Netheria are put to work drilling deep into the darkness by Makuta Brond, in search of something ancient and impossibly powerful...Makuta: Brond.Mask: Repulsion - allows the user to repel other beings, objects, and the ground itself with a wave of force.Tools: The Chasmblade, an ancient artifact used by Subtarond. It holds supreme power of fragmentation and the ability to reverse it.Region: Netheria, a vast network of caves and caverns beneath the Southern Continent.Rahi Specialization: Subterranean rahi such as the Archives mole or tunnelers, things that rarely see the light of day and would shrink from it on sight.Episode 7: Dark MoonlightBy night, the isle of Lunidel falls prey to a savage beast that can only be a Makuta experiment. Tobduk sets out to exterminate the monster, but discovers that the matter may not be as simple as a mere hunt...Makuta: Luporax.Mask: Rahi Control - allows the bearer to command, control, speak to, and understand rahi.Tools: Magnetic Shard Staff.Region: Lunidel, a small wooded isle far to the southwest.Rahi Specialization: Mammalian creatures are his preference, but his mask allows him to understand the way all rahi work and therefore create whatever rahi he so pleases. He is known among the Brotherhood for empathizing with rahi and, oddly, talking to them.Episode 8: The Poisoned IslandTobduk undergoes a horrific mission to save Nestra from the steady onslaught of hordika venom. Along the way, his past returns to haunt him...Makuta: Droth.Mask: Mutation - allows its user to mutate another living being to suit the user's needs, altering their appearance.Tools: Carries an ornate staff given to him by Makuta Chirox, carved with the head of a doom viper, but this staff is mostly for show. In combat, he currently favors lethally sharp javelins carrying venom that paralyzes the victim.Region: Durgolund, a Karzahni-esque land of "green fire" and "sickly skies." Actually an active volcano, but has been tampered with by Makuta Droth to spew acid rather than lava.Rahi Specialization: Anything poisonous is up Droth's alley, including the bog snake, acid fly, and other vicious creatures. He understands poison very well and concocts terrible mixtures of it in his spare time.
Episode 9: The End of the Brotherhood
This is it. This is the final battle. As the Destiny War rages on all fronts, Tobduk seizes his chance to track down Makuta Chirox and end him. Will Tobduk avenge his long-dead brethren, or will he join them in death?
Mask: Silence - allows its user to simultaneously disable a target's ability to speak and hear for as long as the user concentrates.
Tools: Carries two long, wicked blades and a Tridax Pod.
Region: Visorak, the isle once populated by the Empowered and the first to fall to the Visorak swarm.
Rahi Specialization: Chirox creates Rahi with utterly no redeeming qualities. From the catapult scorpion to the doom viper, each of his creations knows only how to destroy everything around it.
Reviews may now commence, please! I like reviews. They help me improve future works so they can be more enjoyable to write and to read. But this only works for reviews that are more in-depth than "This is a really good epic. KUTGW!" Those reviews boost my ego a little, but they don't tell me what I could do better, which is an important part of reviewing. This is why critics can be so, well, critical. Don't worry, I won't get offended if you call out my mistakes.
Edited by Angel Bob, Jul 26 2013 - 09:55 PM.