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Kohila

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About Kohila

Year 16
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    Makuta Conquered!
  • Birthday 10/24/1993

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    Male
  • Location
    PA, USA
  • Interests
    Homestuck
    RuneScape
    BIONICLE/LEGO
    Pokemon
    Star Wars


    If you like any of these, then you're more than likely to get along with me.

    I use Skype a lot, and I'm on it pretty much all the time.

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    http://kohil.la/
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    KopakaNuva468
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    TDWP1993

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  1. So wait, you're one of the people who worked on the Rex Duodecim Angelus? I'm jelly. You all did great on that, too.

    1. Rahkshi Guurahk

      Rahkshi Guurahk

      Yes I'm reading through all of the MSPA topic. =P

  2. its dangerous to go alone

  3. So I've been keeping track of my BIONICLE collectible progress via a post on a particular blogging site and, while it's been very effective so far, I'd like to also keep track of it here. I've been using older checklists for my Kanohi and Kanoka while utilizing my nice, newer checklists for Krana and Kraata. Last Update: August 8, 2014
  4. Looks like I'm a Matoran of Light. That's pretty cool.
  5. The part of the checklist that has me stuck specifically is, as you can tell from the Kraata and Krana checklists, I'm going for a fully digital checklist. That is to say, frontal pixel artwork of each Kanohi that's been produced. And that's the tough part. All in all, I'm thinking about other methods. I just might switch to using your Kanohi checklist for the time being, though.
  6. Why yes, yes it was. I uh I what
  7. The Kanohi checklist that I'm currently using was not created by me; only the Krana and Kraata checklists were. I am, however, currently working on a Kanohi checklist that encompasses every Kanohi from the beginning to the end. It's really tedious, though. :\
  8. Would you be able to take a photograph of the tops of the Kraata? I would like to be able to tell which levels they are so that I know which ones I need. However, if you're unable to do that, here's a Kraata level chart for you: Other than the Kraata, the following items are of interest to me: Kanohi & Kanohi Nuva Trans. Clear w/ Glitter AvohkiiBlack Akaku Nuva Krana Purple CaPurple BoOrange ZaOrange BoI hope to hear back from you soon.
  9. I wish I was better at shading and stuff in binary, cause I'm working on the binary versions of Kanohi masks for the Checklist I'm working on and Hopefully I can try to shade these without screwing them up that much.
  10. His checklists are right here. I like mine better because I think mine are more aesthetically pleasing and have an air of cleanliness about them, but you can compare them yourself with your own discretion.
  11. It's nice to see you around too, Ballom. I don't think that the aim of The C.I.R.C.L.E. was ever to write joint stories together in the sense of a single, unified epic in which different authors write different chapters. The idea was to create our own joint universe where a member could reference another member's work to provide a deeper consistency and knit ourselves together as writers. I think that the polling process was flawed in the sense that more story-changing proposals were on the same level as a very minor, obscure proposal. As in, the canonization of an entirely new Matoran/Toa/Turaga element was on par with the naming of a random Kanohi. I guess that the only way that a proposal had any sense of weight was due to the fact that higher-ranked members had a more meaningful ballot. It helped in some ways and, while everyone in the group was a good author, not everyone could put proposals under the scrutiny of their knowledge of the BIONICLE universe and therefore, not that many valid arguments were made against proposals until after they were canonized. As they say, hindsight is 20/20. Throughout the entire lifespan of The C.I.R.C.L.E., I honestly can't think of a single instance where Toa_Ausar went back on his word. He was very consistent and legalistic in the way that he headed things, and I think that the structure really boded well for the group as a whole. I know that I myself never had the time to read through every member's stories and review them. I think that the expectation to do just that was heaped onto his shoulders. If memory serves, however, I do remember chats on Y!M with him where he would discuss fanfic with me as he was reading it. The C.I.R.C.L.E. Wikia, while not terribly aesthetically pleasing to the eye anymore, was pretty well fleshed-out. We had so much content added, and I'm very proud of the work that went into it. Again, Toa_Ausar had the responsibility of fleshing out the majority of the Wikia on his own. Toa_Ausar, Koji, and I were the ones who put in the most work on the Wikia. Toa_Ausar would flesh out practically all lore content, and I would design the Templates and NavBars and a lot of the technical stuff. I don't remember what all Koji did. Toa_Ausar didn't vanish in the sense that he just stopped showing up. BIONICLE ended almost 5 years ago, and following the cancellation's footsteps was BZPower's Great Dataclysm. We were without any references, and the ability to do any work on the Wikia was severely hindered as a repercussion. I know that we churned out as much Wikia work as we could, but eventually the flame of interest just kinda... faded out? It did for me, anyway. I still talk to him pretty frequently; we exchange Star Wars talk pretty often, and I throw some miscellaneous LEGO/BIONICLE links at him from time to time. I don't really think he has the interest in BIONICLE that he once had, but I know that Toa_Ausar really enjoys what he's doing now, which is good enough for me.
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