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  1. I believe they're currently working out the details for the Hagah contest over on the TTV boards.
  2. If you're interested in reading the story material that takes place after the The Legend Reborn, here's a link to that part of the 2009/2010 story: https://crosswiredgeeks.com/biologicalchronicle-book9chapter44/ If you just want the cliff notes, then basically:
  3. That would be the Morbuzakh! A monstrous plant living beneath the city that had been attacking Matoran. In the Bionicle books and comics, the Morbuzakh was a larger plot point, and was actually the main reason the Toa Metru collected the Great Disks (they were the only thing that could stop the Morbuzakh, according to Vakama's vision). The movie skipped over all that.
  4. Ackar, Kiina, and Gresh sabotaged it after taking down Telluris, so that he couldn't continue attacking people with it. Btw, I highly recommend you use Biosector01 rather than the Bionicle Wiki.
  5. Your friend might have confused Mata Nui and the Ignika. The Ignika, while alive before meeting Matoro, took inspiration from his actions and tried to live as he did (even basing his voice on Matoro's). Mata Nui, on the other hand, did not have his personality particularly affected/influenced by Matoro. Also, the "Matoro" in that promotional image for 2009 was actually a placeholder for Mata Nui - his design just wasn't finished at the time. The giant leg is part of the prototype GSR.
  6. http://biomediaproject.com/bmp/files/gms/download/MataNuiOnlineGame/MataNuiOnlineGame-BuiltInSave.zip
  7. I know browsers are dropping Flash, support, but can you not still download and install it from BioMediaProject?
  8. Well, pitons are spikes meant specifically for climbing rocks, so I think his tools are definitely meant for climbing/swinging. As for LMN, I'm pretty sure their portrayal there is considered non-canon - the books and comics depict them as hooks on chains.
  9. Lego held a MOC contest to determine what Krakua looked like. The winning MOC became his official appearance and was featured in the magazine.
  10. BS01 cites this Greg quote as evidence that Krakua wears a normal Suletu: https://greg.thegreatarchives.com/2003-2008/page158#post6320-line2-3 He also stated the same thing when asked the same question by several other people. Additionally, in the prologue of Swamp of Secrets, Krakua's mask is described as matching the description of a Suletu: https://crosswiredgeeks.com/biologicalchronicle-book8chapter22/ BUT someone asked Greg about it again in 2010, and that time he implied that Krakua's mask looks like a Hau, saying exactly the opposite of what he had every other time someone asked him about it: https://greg.thegreatarchives.com/2008-2010/page331#post13230 However, I think this can be chalked up to Greg forgetting what he had said in the past (both in Q&As and in-story), and should really be disregarded rather than being treated as a new retcon.
  11. Hard to choose, but I think participating in the trivia contest was my favorite part - followed closely by the Ryder Windham interview.
  12. First of all, I've never seen that reading order you made before - I wish I had, it's great and would've helped me out a lot when putting Biological Chronicle together! ^^; Secondly, I think this should help you out: chaoscontrolled123.tumblr.com/post/75012178186/demitsorou-cross-wired-freak-bionicle
  13. I've had this available to read online as part of Biological Chronicle for a while now (https://crosswiredgeeks.com/biologicalchronicle-book1chapter19/), but these scans are pretty nice! Might have to see about replacing mine.
  14. It sells for so much because it was a flop. The sets, particularly the 2016 sets, weren't on shelves too long and weren't purchased by that many people, so there just aren't that many out there to be sold (making them a rarity and driving up the price now that they're no longer available). The final wave is especially rare, since in the US it was TRU exclusive - even Lego stores didn't carry it.
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