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CommanderKumo

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About CommanderKumo

Year 03
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    Watching the rain falling down onto Lake Pala
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    Stop-motion, Bionicle, Insectoids, Space

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  1. Great to see this question circulating again. I guess it's just one of the great mysteries of the universe.
  2. I can imagine Makuta would find his way onto the enterprise and start possessing people so he can spread his conquest to the rest of the galaxy. I'm sure Dr McCoy would have some brilliant quips to make about Bionicle characters. It'd actually be a pretty fun episode!!
  3. I hope this is just a silent change of leadership, if they change the fundamentals of the website I will be heartbroken.
  4. Hello again BZPower! I've recently finished my latest stop-motion film so I thought that I'd share it with you all. This is Desolate Shrine, the third film in my adventure series. You can watch the first two installments"Desolate Sands" and "Desolate Jewel" through the following links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MMb8InKYDQ - Desolate Sands https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZQDpwKNmJY - Desolate Jewel Deslate Shrine, the third installment in my adventure series. Trapped hundreds of feet underground, with enemies closing in on all sides, can our Hero escape the desert tomb and retrieve the artifact intact? Please do share your thoughts on the film! I'd love to hear them!
  5. I think the films get better as they go on to be honest. Web of Shadows is actually brilliant and The Legend Reborn is much nicer to look at than the odd designs in Mask of Light. Also, The Legend Reborn felt as though it was working with the rest of the franchise, whereas Mask of Light in particular felt like it was set in a different universe entirely.
  6. Axonn and Brutaka... ...in the end, anyway
  7. It all seems like a waste of time considering Bionicle isn't coming back, either way thanks for reporting!
  8. Pretty cool! The satellite polybag is perhaps the best they've ever done at that scale, and the figure in the sterile lab clothing looks awesomely accurate! That poor alien
  9. That is totally epic! I love it! Great work building this beautiful robot!
  10. Fairly recently someone made a whole mystery guessing game about the supposed prototype they had "collected". It turned out pretty quick that they had just used some stock footage from a behind the scenes lego video and did not own the prototpye. It was quite the farce: http://www.bzpower.com/board/topic/26711-i-got-a-mysterious-bionicle/ There was also that time I thought I had realised something disturbing about Jaller's death: http://www.bzpower.com/board/topic/26542-something-weird-i-noticed/
  11. This website hasn't worked since I started following G2, way back. It is gonna be interesting seeing it in action.
  12. I personally have always liked 2009 more than most, I found the story very interesting and I find it a real shame that it never got to pay off because it was cancelled before it could converge with the main storyline. I can imagine the shift was jarring for a lot of people but I feel as though it was actually a bit of fresh air; a hold-your-breath build up until the return to Makuta (Similiar to how Ant-Man 2 and Captain Marvel came out between Infinity War and Endgame). I found the new location intriguing and for the first time since Takua and Vakama, we had a main protagonist to follow. There is no one more interesting as the protagonist as Mata-Nui himself, it was cool seeing him as a "man out of time" and I would've loved to see his entire journey, alas it would never come to be. The new characters were cool and seeing their daily struggles and world-building was on a 2004 level of discovery. I even liked The Legend Reborn for all of its faults, much better than Mask of Light (in my opinion). To be honest the biggest drawback for this year I find is the sets themselves. Some of them are really cool, but they suffer from the fact that a lot of them don't look cool. The glatorian heads weren't exactly epic looking like the Kanohi were and as a result many of the sets were held back because they were not cool looking enough. Don't underestimate how many people got into Bionicle "because they looked cool" I am one of those people and the storyline intrigue came later for me (and I can imagine for many others). Overall another great year for Bionicle, although to be honest that entire decade (excluding 2010) was great for Bionicle. In terms of the debacle regarding your extended anniversary posts, I do find myelf just glancing at them from afar but appreciate the work you must've done on them. Perhaps a formula based on this shorter version could be used in the future, it is good for busy people like myself who want to revel in Bionicle joy while still on a tight time schedule.
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