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Takua Nui of GoAnimate

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About Takua Nui of GoAnimate

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  • Birthday 08/06/1998

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    Comic art, MOC-making, and some cooking.
  1. Totally whelmed.

    1. bioniclehero01

      bioniclehero01

      I'm totally overwhelmed by this comment.

  2. Well, well. The biggest ones. I think Stormer XL is OK, and I'll definitely get him, for the parts if he's not a good set, but Speeda Demon bugs me. Indeed, a new vehicle is almost irresistible, but it seems to be not much different from the Furno Bike, and I don't really like his four arms.Does anybody know what torso piece Stormer XL uses? Is it the traditional piece, or a custom skeleton of bones?He uses at least two torso pieces, one of which is the taller "Fire Lord" style of torso piece. However, neither of these makes up his entire torso. There are several other bones used to widen and support his shoulders.Somehow it isn't much of a surprise that he has 2 torso pieces. I think that the bone pieces used to widen the torso will look very ugly from behind.
  3. Very cool! Iron Man appears the same, but more finished. They all look great! Especially Nick Fury; Samuel L. Jackson in Lego is amazing. They've changed Hawkeye's hair, and Black Widow doesn't have the right hair color. If I can collect enough money, I'll try to buy the sets. They look Amazing! (where's Spidey?)
  4. Well, well. The biggest ones. I think Stormer XL is OK, and I'll definitely get him, for the parts if he's not a good set, but Speeda Demon bugs me. Indeed, a new vehicle is almost irresistible, but it seems to be not much different from the Furno Bike, and I don't really like his four arms. Does anybody know what torso piece Stormer XL uses? Is it the traditional piece, or a custom skeleton of bones?
  5. Why is she missing? Was it of her own free will, or was she taken? Is she still alive and well? Questions, questions. I don't know the answers, but I hope that wherever she is, she's alive and well. I hope for the best...this is a serious matter.
  6. Wow. Epic Epicness. And nostalgia. And of course, a great job in the video editing. When they say 'robotic characters', aren't they wrong? The Bionicle characters were-no, are, biomechanical. Epic and Nostalgic.
  7. Hmm...I was extremely excited about the return of Mata Nui in 2009. When I got the set, I thought it was great. After a week or so, I realized that it was very underwhelming, and nothing too great. My excitement was built up so high that when I first opened it I was still ecstatic. Apart from that...Barraki. I found the bodies were too unarmored and loose. The Mahri were more pleasing (to me, that is).
  8. I had foretold the return of Von Nebula in the Breakout on the Lego.com message boards...but few listened. Until another topic was made on the subject. Oh well.Of course he's coming back! German version's been aired. I liked it a lot. Ich bin...lustig? Yes, that's how to say it.
  9. It looks fun, but I doubt it will surpass its predecessor. I don't know what to say about there being voices. I think I'd prefer it without voice acting and only pantomiming/miming with added grunts. But despite this, I hope Kevin Conroy will voice Batman; from TAS to Arkham City, he does the best Batman voice.
  10. I don't receive the Lego magazine anymore...(by the way, do they have them in Europe?) But in the latest ones I have, there is a certain drop in quality from, say, 2005. They seem to mainly consist of puzzles and silly comics (particularly the Star Wars ones).
  11. I found this episode to be better than any of the others. The fight scenes were pretty decent and more action-packed than the ones in, say, Savage Planet. The atmosphere is more serious as well.Speeda Demon doesn´t only look like that, he also sounded like that. His laughter has to be the most insane one HERO Factory has ever had (though Corroder´s laughter was pretty sick, too). ~Gata. Corroder was just weird...Speeda Demon has an even crazier laugh, and those little arms with the blades get on my nerves.
  12. I dunno, that sounds fun to me. :UIt wouldn't be very practical, and not to mention the reactions Rocka would be getting to that ridiculous headgear.I can watch the German version on the internet; I know some German, and the plot is never too complex. Based on what I've seen of the first episode (in German of course) I'm confident that this will be better than all the other episodes.Also Stringer uses a pretty good judo (I think) throw on Splitface (I think it was Splitface). Always good.
  13. I liked most of the canister designs, but there were a few problems I had with some of them. Probably my favorite was the Bohrok canisters. They were actually make like the "pods" for the Bohrok. And that piece to connect them to the lid... . Apart from the Bohrok canisters, I really liked the Inika canisters. They were very bulky, but they held the Toa's unique weapon and zamor spheres. You could make the sword light up from outside! Unfortunately, the canisters were big and bulky, and for all you know some kid picked his nose and started poking the stuff. The Barraki canisters were not my favorite, but you gotta love trans-blue.
  14. The original Toa truly deserved to be in the Bionicle: Stars release. Ending how it began? That would be a dream come true.
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