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  1. FLOW LIKE WATER Gali was exhausted. Her legs ached from swimming all day—which she had been doing for weeks now, following a figure she hardly knew. Her guide called herself the “Protector of Water,” and Gali didn’t even know how much she could be trusted—but this mysterious character seemed to know who she was and why she was here, which was more than Gali herself had any recollection of. “Not much farther now,” chided the elder, slowing to allow Gali to catch up. The less athletic Protector was propelled through the water by two large turbines affixed to her armor—handy, thought Gali resentfully as she looked down at the flippers extending from her own aching legs. “I don’t know if I can swim much farther,” Gali called through the expanse of seawater that separated them. The elder figure tut-tutted reproachfully. “Pathetic,” she muttered, just loud enough for Gali to hear. “There’s a cave up ahead,” the Protector called back, indicating a rock outcropping rising from the seabed in the distance. “We can stop there for the night.” Gali let out a groan. In truth, the cave wasn’t far, but after swimming for more than eight hours non-stop, it seemed like a mile. Gali collected herself and pushed forward once more, following her guide for one final stretch. O O O O O O O O O O O The cave was small, and dark—but not so small that it couldn’t accommodate two occupants, and not so dark that Gali couldn’t see once she got inside. Bioluminescent seaweed grew from the cave floor, illuminating Gali and the Protector of Water from below with an eerie glow. “You’ll be happy to know that this is the last leg of our journey,” said the Protector, with a smirk. “Tomorrow we should arrive at the Seabed Sanctuary where the Golden Mask of Water was hidden.” “And then what?” asked Gali. They had been traveling for weeks now, and she no longer had any concept of distance. How far were they from the Okoto mainland? Gali didn’t even want to think about it. “You wear it,” retorted the Protector, as if the answer couldn’t be more obvious. “And then, just maybe, that’ll be enough to make a proper Toa out of you!” Gali knelt beside the Protector. Despite her guide’s abrasive personality, Gali knew that this wise elder held the only clues to her identity. “You called me that before, when you first found me,” said Gali gently, hoping to smooth things over with her grouchy companion. “What does that mean? Toa?” The Protector let out a long, rumbling groan. Clearly Gali had said entirely the wrong thing. “Toa!” cried the Protector exasperatedly. “Heroes! Six warriors from the heavens, destined to save our island from the evil that threatens our very existence!” Gali slumped against the cave wall. “I don’t feel like a hero,” she admitted despondently. “You don’t act much like one, either!” snapped the Protector. “And yet… you have already performed one great act of heroism,” the Protector recalled, her face briefly softening. “Clearly you have hidden depths even you were unaware of.” Gali stared pensively at the weapon she held—a slender harpoon with a golden tip. She had been holding it when she first arrived on the outskirts of the Village of Water, but she had no memories of where it had come from, or for that matter, where she had come from. She couldn’t recall anything from before her arrival on Okoto, not even her own identity. She slowly twirled the harpoon in front of her in a wide arc. No matter which angle she looked at it from, it seemed alien to her—yet when the Skull Spiders attacked shortly after she awakened in this foreign place, she had wielded it deftly, as if guided purely by instinct. “If we don’t reach the mask soon it might be the depth of us both” she muttered, after a long silence. She looked up at the Protector of Water, who looked back at her with a puzzled stare. “You know…” explained Gali, “depth… death…” The Protector’s eyes narrowed sharply, in a mixture of anger and shock.” “Sorry,” said Gali, feeling a bit flustered at her pun’s poor reception. “I thought I’d make a joke... you know… to lighten the mood.” She sighed and stared at the seabed beneath her feet. “I don’t know how you expect to lighten the mood with talk of death!” cried the Protector. It was clear that of all the wrong things Gali had said to her guide, this was the most wrong. The Protector of Water was actually quaking. It’s more than anger this time, observed Gali, worriedly. I must have struck a nerve. “I’m sorry!” exclaimed Gali, anxiously. She was worried that she might have done it this time—that her new companion would just leave her here with no idea who she was or who she was meant to be. But the Protector just staggered, collapsing to the floor of the cave. She was drawing breath from the water in a rapid and unsteady rhythm—like a particularly bad case of the hiccups. Or… tears? It was hard to tell when both of them were already submerged in the water. Gali hesitantly extended her arm toward the elder, who had never before seemed more frail. “I didn’t ask for this,” sobbed the Protector. “Defending a dying village from a swarm of monsters that never seems to stop growing. Trying to keep my people from turning against one another in their desperation.” She let out a loud honking sound and a dribble of mucus fell from behind her mask before being dissolved by the briny saltwater. “My father…he was the previous Protector of Water, and he was proud of it. Times weren’t great even then, but he was always a source of stability for us all—never faltering, always faithful. He kept our hopes up with tales of the Toa—legendary heroes, summoned by our ancestors, who would someday arrive to save us all! But before I knew it... he was gone, and I was left alone to figure out just how he managed!” The Protector gasped for breath again, then gulped down a mouthful saltwater in a vain effort to regain composure. Gali was struck by the vulnerability that her guide must have been hiding all this time—not just from her, but from the other villagers. Everyone. “And I tried. I tried my best. But it was so hard to keep hope alive even when you can’t hold onto your own.” The Protector sniffled and looked into Gali’s eyes with an almost haunted expression. “And then you showed up. And for a minute my hopes reignited. This was it, I thought. Father was right. Only to find out that—that you were just as clueless as I was! And now I’m wondering if it’s even worth it. If I should just throw away my blaster and leave my people in exchange for the cold embrace of a Skull Spider.” The elder continued to stare into Gali’s eyes. Gali realized she was looking for answers—and that this time, she couldn’t afford to give the wrong one. “I think…” Gali paused to find the right words. “I think… you and I… we’re actually the same. A Protector… a Toa… neither of us chose our roles.” The Protector’s whimpering began to die down, as she listened intently to what Gali had to say. “You’ve been forcing yourself to try to be your father for so long,” Gali continued. “But I don’t think that works. If you try so hard to force yourself into a role that doesn’t fit you… you’ll break.” “Exactly!” cried the Protector, bitterly. “So what is there for me? What am I supposed to do?” Gali knelt in front of the seated elder and placed a hand gently on her shoulder. “You have to adapt to your own role,” she said. “It’s like... water, poured into a jug. It adapts to the shape it’s meant to fill… it feels out the nooks and crannies and empty spaces, but in the end, it fits.” Gali paused to allow what she’d said to sink in. “Tell me,” she said, hesitantly, “Who do you think you’re meant to be?” The Protector started sniffling again, and Gali worried for a minute that she had said the wrong thing again. “I think…” the elder sputtered, “I think… I’m meant to be right here—“ She paused to catch her breath, which had grown much steadier than it had been moments ago. “—with you. My father... he was a great Protector, but I think we need a new kind of Protector now—a mentor to a new generation of heroes. And you know what?” The Protector of Water looked up at Gali again, but this time, on the edges of her mask, Gali could almost see the hint of a smile. “I think you’ve just proven that you’ll make a fine Toa.” Gali was a bit taken aback. “That… that was just a pep talk,” stammered Gali. “I don’t think that has anything to do with fighting evil.” “It has everything to do with fighting evil!” insisted the Protector. “Mind you, you’ve already demonstrated that you have what it takes to hold your own in battle. But the real battle—it doesn’t take place on a battlefield. It takes place in minds. Evil can have a way of clawing its way into the hearts of good people—anyone, even heroes or leaders—and replacing their hope with doubts and hatred.” The elder grinned and jabbed her finger into Gali’s breastplate. “And you just proved that you can cut to the core of that and remind those people what they’re fighting for. That’s the true measure of a hero!” Gali couldn’t help but grin herself. This was what she had needed. She might not have learned who she was or where she came from, but she had learned something equally important. Her purpose. “Alright, Toa Gali,” said the Protector, lying down against the wall of the cave. “We have a big day ahead of us tomorrow. Let’s get some shut-eye. “Shore thing!” Gali replied cheerfully, stretching out against the opposite wall. “Oh, and Gali… one more thing?” “Yes?” Gali replied. “Please, for the love of all that is good… no more jokes.” THE END Author's Notes I make no claims to being a good author or even a decent one. I've never done much more than dabble in fanfiction. But the discussions about the Bionicle 2015 story—what's good, what's bad, what we're hoping for in books—made me realize that it's probably better to give fanfic a shot BEFORE I have actual prose stories to live up to. So when inspiration struck, I took advantage of it and whipped this out over the course of a single afternoon. I think one of the most compelling things about the new story is how the Toa are still developing as characters. They're more than just archetypes—the new Toa are people, with their own strengths and weaknesses. The Toa's amnesia provides a perfect excuse for a deep exploration of that—and more broadly, about the struggle to both define and come to terms with one's own identity. The Protector of Water was a blank slate to work with as a character, and a lot of her characterization was developed as I was writing. Mostly, I was trying to create a character who was not Nokama—someone whose personality actively clashed with Gali's, rather than just generally being like an older, wiser version of the same character. I tried not to base her on any one character in particular, but intentionally or unintentionally, she ended up taking a lot of cues from Toph Beifong from Avatar: The Last Airbender or The Legend of Korra. It's entirely possible that the Protector of Water will get different characterization in later books or story media—but hey, I'm not going to complain about more canon characterization for the Protectors. Anyway, thoughts? Opinions? I hope that at the very least someone will enjoy what I've written, regardless of the story's overall quality.
  2. The "Bionicle: The Legend Begins" movie is a project I am currently working on. It will cover the years 2001-2002 leading up to the Mask of Light and will feature many Bionicle clips and maybe even some stop-motion. Make sure to turn up your volume and go to 1080p! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kOAjcWE6uE
  3. ... And cuts them, and glues them, even paints them a bit... Look on to see what I mean. UPDATE: Here is Gali with a redesigned aist, let me know what you think: More pictures available here (as Brickshelf is not working today). Please comment, critique, and so on...
  4. Last time we saw Gali, she was only two colors, this Gali's more vivid.
  5. I was saving this for a contest, but then it turns out it breaks a bunch of rules, so just take this as a regular post then. Glowing-Gali-01 by Xccj, on Flickr So this is a revamp of Toa Gali, except with an emphasis on trans-medium-blue pieces that glow while under a black light. It's heading for the Dark Side Display at BrickCon. Some of the "glowing" pictures may be a bit blurry just because my camera isn't the best at taking shots in the dark, and I only had one small black light to work with anyway, so it didn't always illuminate the full model. The coloring took some work. It turns out there are not a ton molds that come in this shade of trans blue. Some, like the 2x2 dishes and 1x1 round studs, are common in trans light blue, and so I ended up purchasing a lot of those when the sellers couldn't tell the difference between the two shades. While some essential Bionicle pieces come in this color, it wasn't enough to build a fully armored Toa, so I had to incorporate a lot of system elements in, such as the grille pieces, cheese slopes, and 4x4 wedges that came with the Ninjago Ice Dragon. I also used some ClickIt bead elements that just happened to be in this color, seen on the back of the lower arms and the back of the foot. The tubing, mostly used on the back, was listed as trans medium blue on bricklink, but it is actually a slightly different shade that doesn't glow. Unfortunately, I incorporated it into the design before I realized this. Fun reference, the yellow "heart-stone" technic piece is not a special color; small yellow technic bits from the late 90s just glow really well all on their own. Weird, I know! (Oh yeah, and that's a misprint light blue Kaukau. Realizing it glows was my inspiration to make this model.) As for design, I'm fairly pleased with how the overall shape turned out. You might not be able to tell, but there's actually a skirt at her waist, using the grille pieces, and when I got that to work I tried to base the rest of the model on that scale. I am also pleased with the Mahri inner glass pieces on the upper torso, which give her a rounded, more feminine feel without being too much... at least in my opinion. The arms and legs were made simple enough to be the right size and show off the colors; I'm especially pleased with the system / technic combination of the lower legs! The feet had to go through a few redesigns, but they have the color and provide stability, so they work. I'm still not 100% satisfied on the weapons, however. I wanted to feel like the hooks were on the ends of a short staff, but it was difficult to mix in the medium blue color, especially after the tubes turned out to be a bust. Anyway, there it is. Comments and criticism appreciated. I was thinking of building more Toa in glowing trans colors, but then their early designs failed horribly, and I just really like how Gali turned out so I'm not even going to bother. Thanks for stopping by!
  6. I don't have much of an artists comment to put here, except to say that i obviously hate the adaptive kaukau as much as most of you do. :v
  7. On Monday, you got a chance to see a Shadow version of Kopaka. Only a few more days until the climax of Tale of the Toa arrives! Check out the Bionicle: Audio-Narration-Project to listen to the book! This model was a bit harder to make, as the black hooks are quite a rare piece. (Especially when you're trying to get two of them). Link Front Link Back Link Comparison Edit: Images linked; please keep posted images in BBC to 640x640 pixels and 100 kB, about. -Wind-
  8. Gali Mistika vs Gorast Ok, so I wanted to redo that previous versions of these characters, for various reasons, and I wanted it to be an actual action scene. I ended up trying a very anime style action scene. However, Gali's pose and hair is mostly based-off of Lady Deadpool, because... uh why not? Anyway, I think I toned it down a lot compared to previous one, considering this just an action scene. The damaged armor is suppose to look similar to the Transformers movies, only it's not energon, but green Antidermis energy. (Remember, Makuta are really just armor controlled by evil glowing green energy goo.) Criticism, compliments, concerns? (If there is a legitimate issue. I will try my best to fix it.) (Oh and please no off topic nonsense... so if you have nothing to say about the actual picture then please refrain from commenting.) (Thank you)
  9. Ok, so I wanted to draw two female characters... What? I so happen to like the female form. Just in case you were wondering, yes Gali is blocking... and yes her expression just means she doesn't like insects. I mean, who does right? So creepy... spider-ly hands.... Hahaha... *Oh and do look up Gorast's mask power, it might add some better context to what's going on in this picture. (Note... I totally did go back and changed a few things... Hahaha... I realized that the original version of this picture was a bit too detail for the younger views of this site, so I toned it down a bit.)
  10. Well, here she is: Gali, Toa of Water Was mostly happy with how this turned out. First time drawing water, which was interesting and aggravating at times Just so you know, her armour is over her normal clothing... which is on top of a black body suit that comes out when her armour is activated... yeah, should have just gone with the body suit Anyway, C&C much appreciated Astris Janus
  11. Hi guys, I finally finished my Gali sketch. Just a heads up, this is my first attempt at drawing a feminine humanoid. So, please don't be too harsh on me. The feet and the Kaukau were the killers for me, they were the hardest to draw. Keep in mind that I wasn't going for set-accurate, but rather my conception of Gali. Color picture Non-color picture C&C welcome!
  12. Thought to myself "YES, Magical Girl Bionicle! Gonna make this happen". So here we have it. Gali, Hahli and Macku as the Charming Mahou Ga-Magi. Because why not. All the dresses are based on various Magical Girl designs. Challenge you to figure out all of them. In black and white (or… blue and white) because it’s really hard to think of any pastel colours that fits for blue people. Also a bonus sketch of our heroines carrying the men (and Tahu): This sketch took longer than I'm willing to admit, and I'd be lying if I didn't admit I started to really hate drawing this at the end. Will be adding more when I feel like it.
  13. Okay, this has got to be the worst depiction of Gali I have seen by far. Yes, even worse than those weird hair-extension creatures and those kookie softies you would find on DeviantArt and the like. Maybe it gets better later, but I am unimpressed by what they are doing. You would think that playing as Gali would awesome, like as this wise, meditative, elemental demigod, but instead we got... Someone who happens to look and be called Gali, who screams a lot. I think this is what people complained about when complaining about Other M, but atleast Other M makes some sense if you know the Metroid lore and emotional context and Samus still gets to do cool things. Though then again, this is a game where apparently Mata Nui was also invaded by aliens, so what am I to call out on character reinterpretations. Also, "romance"? What is this an otome game now? I mean no offence to otome games, they are fine as they are, but this is just transparent pandering to the shippers really. Thankfully it's optional.
  14. Gali was practicing her axe-throwing in the Keongtu jungle she had just calculated the angle she needed and she throwed when suddenly, a shadow toa jumped up to attack her when suddenly the axes hit her arms. 'Eeoow! Wat-da tht fro?' she screamed. The shadow toa talked in slang. Gali ran up to her because even though she was a shadow toa. She quickly calmed down the shadow toa. 'Tell me your name,Shadow toa.' Gali asked. 'No.Free me and i shall tell you.'Review Topic
  15. Here's my drawing of Gali Mistika which I did while listening to MakutaFest 2012 Copics, Sharpies, Prismacolor Cool Grey markers and colored pencils Variant on the head: http://www.majhost.com/gallery/sik1276/CBart/ConceptArt/galimistikavariant.png
  16. Hello BZP!As a follow up to my Bionicle Anime Tahu, I've now produced my next humanised Bionicle.So now, I present... (Black 'n' White version here) As before, will post coloured version when done Coloured version complete! Comments and Criticism are much appreciated. Thank you! Astris Janus
  17. This is my version of Gali Nuva with adaptive armor. I know she has the wrong mask, but I think it suits her much better than the abomination that Gali Mistika wears. This is probably my best Toa sized MOC ever.FrontBackbring it on!Let me know what you think!
  18. I tried drawing Gali Mata, so Here it is.The inspirtation for the backround I got from MNOG2 Here.Overall, I kind of like it but I feel theres lot of things wrong with it that could have easily been done better, like with all my drawings. But, I am still just a amateur at art as of right now, let alone drawing bionicles. But..I tried and it turned out decent I would say, for my level.Anymore, constructive critism accepted, I would take any suggestions and what else to use to make bionicle drawings seem better.I used a pencil for sketching out the picture, and I used pigment ink to ink the sketches. And black marker to color in the pure black things like the inside of the hut. Anyways, I'm not sure if I'm using hatching shading really good, and I'm also combining pencil shading with hatching shading which i'm not sure is working well, so, I'm not sure if this is why the art seems messy. What about screentones? Or are those only for professional use really? Anyways, like i said, all constructive critism accepted.Edit 7/2/12: I colored the picture, so here it is: http://fc02.devianta...195-d55s90p.jpg I was actually aiming to trying to make it perfect by filling in every pixel with color, i kind of accomplished that but then it seemed for a chore than fun I guess, so I did most of it and so here it is. I had to use the paintbrush tool also to color in single white/lighter/darker pixels and to color over the hatching shading lines. I also use painbucket which helped in ways too, so nothing really special, as I'm still just an a decent beginner. But this was all done in Gimp 2, and I'm satified with the result. But still, I accept constructive critism.Edit 7/12/12: Yay more CC, well yeup thanks all. I'll try it and use everything you told me, and I think you mean drawing from life. Yeup I do that too, but havn't thought about fruit yet, I guess I'll try that one day.Edit 7/13.12: I updated the colored picture a small amount. I gave gali some shading, and shaded the shadows a bit differently, so I just though I'd let you know. http://fc05.deviantart.net/fs71/i/2012/195/2/3/gali_mata_by_kv195-d55s90p.jpg
  19. Her eyes snapped open. She was dying. “Toa Tahu – go get help!” she shouted, rising to her feet and dashing out the door. Tahu sat up, confused. Then he felt it – the pull of his life energy being drained away… * * * “Give me the answer!” bellowed the Tahtorak. “The answer is simple” said Turaga Vakama. “You were transported to Metru Nui and fell out of the sky. My Toa team subdued you.” “Give me the whole answer!” “What is the question?” “Give me the answer!” Vakama turned aside to Nokama, who stood slightly behind him. “I seem to be making little progress.” Nokama shook her head. “Perhaps he is distressed from so much travel.” “It is a shame, or we would make a great agent of him.” The two Turaga faced a floating form, glowing eerily in the chill of the night. “If you don’t mind, I know this beast.” “Give me the answer! Give it to me now!” Brutaka knelt in front of the Tahtorak, absentmindedly stroking the beast’s neck. “The answer is-“ Sixteen Toa ran past the group. “ – that I put you in a dimensional portal using my mask –“ Toa of all shapes and elements dashed past, running away from an old, clanking machine. Its face turned to the left and right at regular intervals, and arms on its shell moved at the same rate. It rolled along on sand treads, advancing after the Toa. “-which transported you to Metru Nui.” “You are the answer! Give it to me now!” The Rahi charged the prison bars, which were weakened by exposure to Brutaka’s substance, shoving Brutaka down and into the ground with its forelegs. Brutaka struggled, sending rivelets of shadow into the being’s face. Starled, the Tahtorak leaped off the being that it had held prisoner, battering him with his mighty tail toward the Turaga, who wisely elected to get out of the way. Shadow energy flared as Brutaka stumbled to his feet, sprinting away from the massive Rahi. Racing around a tight turn, he caught sight of the machine chasing the Toa around the city. The Tahtorak, however, had other ideas. Leaping over Brutaka, it crashed down on the robot…only to see the robot vanish below itself. The robot reformed in front of the Rahi, still in pursuit of the Toa. “I…am…Marendar. I…sense…Toa. Toa...must…be…destroyed. Please…do…not…interfere.” In ignorance of the statement, the Tahtorak leaped on top of the robot again. It was met with a pulse blast in mid-leap, sending it in an awkward writhing plunge through the air. * * * “Tahu” Gali huffed, “do something!” The Tahtorak’s attacks had slowed the robot down, enough that he aught to try… Tahu vanished. Gali ran, trying to launch a sphere of water again, only to still find that it still wasn’t working… * * * “I really don’t like unexpected houseguests.” “I’m sorry – it wasn’t my fault! A teleportation, out of nowhere – “ “Get out of my chair.” “I can explain-“ Tahu swatted the Matoran with the flat of his blade, sending him tumbling out of the chair. A couple Kestora rounded the corner. “Guards, take him away.” He turned to look through a viewing scope, aimed at the landscape below. “Sir, don’t press the red button. The last time I did that-“ Tahu pressed the red button. * * * Lightening lanced from the Red Star, smashing into Marendar. It exploded spectacularly, hurling metal parts in all directions, one of which impacted Gali’s back. “Tahu, what did I tell you about using chain lightning when there’s other Toa about?” “Tahu?” “Tahu?” * * * “I’ll be finding a way to get you and your oversized aquarium out of here.” “They’re such beautiful creatures.” Marvah said, watching a sea snake rear up in all of its awesome glory. “You can’t possibly move them so soon – they will go into shock!” Tahu shook his head. “That…was my living room.” ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This is a bit of an experiment. Basically, when I was writing my LSO entry I tried to make something better than what I had and ended up with this. This is a bit too original for that, so that’s why it’s on its own. C&C appreciated.
  20. CBA

    Kopaka

    Kopaka -- A Lifeby bennyboo19/CBATuraga Kopaka scralled out the last of his autobiography before being killed by the Biccie-Bar leader, Septa. It read:I am to be killed by Septa and are to die alone and see no more light, snow or life. Before that I must tell you my great life as a Matoran, Mata and Nuva.MORE TO COME...bennyboo19/CBA
  21. Whew. This one took a good amount of effort. I'm not happy with Tarakava. =/I am, however, more than happy with Gali. ^^Yes, yes, this isn't set-accurate, yes, I know there are a ton of little nit-picks that just don't mesh, and I know the water could be better. I'm new at digital medium, alright? XPMade with Colors! 3D on my DS. Comments and Criticism highly encouraged. ^^
  22. Really wanted to draw something last night, so I took out my DS and did this on Art Academy.Here's a sketch too if anyone's interested: linkThere's not a lot of detail (drawing Bionicle on this program seems tricky for me XP).
  23. Jowm

    Another Angle

    Another AngleGali sat in a tent, she was meditating on the events of the past few days. Ever since the army of Rakshi had been defeated, the Skrall and Skakdi stopped, she and Onua had remained with the agori and the inhabitants of the Matoran universe to help stabilize the economy. She wondered, though, if they should be doing this. She knew that the destiny of the Toa Nuva had been to awaken the Great Spirit Mata Nui, and now that that was done, she wondered if they should become Turaga now, she knew that the universe needed them, but, well, they could still serve the Matoran, Agori, and others, as Turaga, but not by fighting. She wondered if they were unknowingly doing the beings of Spherus Magna more harm than good by remaining as Toa after their destiny had been fulfilled, though she didn't know how that was possible. Even she wasn't completely sure of how destiny worked, she knew that some beings, for one reason or another, must have died in the past without fulfilling their destiny, and she wasn't sure how that effected the universe-planet, now-and it's inhabitants. Now, she had lived to fulfill her destiny, and she wasn't sure what to do. Gali didn't know if somehow, just by remaining Toa even after Their destiny was complete, they were doing harm to the inhabitants of Spherus Magna. She also now understood that Mata Nui, their great protector, was gone. She knew that now, they had to protect themselves, and for her, a being who had always lived with the knowledge that Mata Nui protected and watched over them, though he had been asleep for the time after their Toa canisters had launched, it was hard. She also knew that the stress of trying to stabilize and organize the new economy on Spherus Magna was effecting her. She wondered if all Toa of water thought the way she did. She quickly decided otherwise, however, realizing that the circumstances were too unique. Gali sighed, she hadn't realized until now what a complex and confusing thing destiny could be. It had always seemed so straightforward to her, the Toa would complete their destiny, Mata Nui would awaken, all would be right in the universe, and the Toa would become Turaga, but now... Gali didn't know what to think, they had awakened Mata Nui alright, but at the same time they had given Makuta ultimate power, then Makuta had died, the universe had been evacuated, and the team was split apart; Gali and Onua were helping with the new economy, Tahu was off commanding his army of Toa, Takanuva was with him, Kopaka and Pohatu were fugitive hunting, and Lewa, Lewa had gone missing back before the battle that ended with Spherus Magna's reformation. Onua stepped into the tent. "Gali, Ackar and Raanu want to have another conference with us about laws." "Alright," Gali sighed, "I'll be there in a minute." "Ok," Onua replied, the turned and left the tent. Gali thought for a moment about Raanu and Ackar. Raanu, the strong hearted agori with a fierce love for his people and stiff determination to do what was best for them. Ackar, the old Glatorian with an undeterred care for his people and who protected them with the best he had in him, and tried to keep them safe in all situations. Gali knew that she must leave for the conference. She sighed one more time as she stood, then walked out of the tent.____________________________________________________________________________________Did you enjoy it? Did you not? Was it good? Was it bad? Why? Feedback is greatly appreciated, and thank you for reading.
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