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  1. A while ago I was thinking of the differences between the old and the new Kopaka, and eventually I made this. Link: I have to say there's something charming about the old Kopaka, something that the new one is missing. I liked how he didn't need a shiny armor or to be bulky to be one of the strongest and most resourceful Toa of the team. I thought about making one of these drawings for each Toa but I doubt I'll have the time... Comments are very welcome, please let me know what you think!
  2. Mask of Clairvoyance Mask of Emulation Mask of Growth Mask of Rahi Control What do you guys think of them?
  3. I couldn't come up with a better title for the topic... Ready for some swing? I really don't know how this happened, one moment I was listening to this song and the next... I've made Kopaka, Tahu and Onua so far. The others should follow soon. Just click the thumbnails Kopaka Tahu Onua And of course, as usual, comments are very welcome!
  4. Hey! It's a crossover and it's not about TRON! When I was a child I was really obsessed with Super Sayans from Dragon Ball. I wanted to see a Super Sayan version of everything. A couple of days ago I was thinking that Takanuva is the only Toa who might have a golden aura like them... Then this happened. <-- CLICK ME! I tried to give the armor a Dragon Ball feel. Comments are very welcome, please let me know what you think!
  5. I was wondering what do you guys think the winter 2017 sets will be. If LEGO follows their current pattern it should be "heroes". I can't think of a good reason for the Toa getting new armor again in the story. If they continue to reflect g1 we should get new Toa in 2017. However, if the rumors are true and Bionicle is ending next year I don't see LEGO taking this route. So what will they be? Please share your thoughts. Edit: Thank you everyone for sharing your thoughts. Most of the comments seem to be a general outline of next year's sets but I was really wondering what you guys thought the sets would look like, for example: Tahu will look similar to g1 MN Vakama with a sleeker technical looking design or the villains will resemble the Bohrok and have firing weapons. Thank you all again.
  6. Before I start off, I'd like to state that even I'm not sure I'd like this happening, but its just a concept that came to mind. Basically, the question whether or not the Toa from 2015/16 will return in 2017 in a third form, and whether or not we'd like this, popped up a few times in the forums. Personally, I'd like to see something new for the canister-sized sets of 2017 - but how to accomplish this? From there came the following idea: What if in the winter wave of 2017, instead of regular small sets, the small products for Bionicle would rather be new sets of armor, masks and weapons for the Uniters? You'd get the regular and gold masks, new armor (not just the attachments, but shells and actual buildables) and new weapons - not just new weapon molds, but things you build. That way you'd still have the Uniters around without a whole new set of Toa. More importantly, this would free up the canister-sized line of the winter wave for something new and interesting other than the third iteration of the same toa characters. Specifically, the idea I had was that we'd get a set of villagers from all six tribes, and each with an animal mount. Water: Villager riding a shark or crab Jungle: Villager riding a bird (giant wasps are also possible, in keeping with Uxar) Stone: Villager riding a scorpion or weaponized camel Fire: Villager riding... I don't know, Fire serpent? I don't want to say phoenix because that's too bird-like, and we don't want repetition Earth: Villager riding a mole... or something else subterranean. Ground squirrel, maybe? I don't want to necessarily stick to the same species as the creatures this year. Ice: Villager riding a polar bear. Or penguin. Or walrus? Obviously we're talking about over-sized versions of these animals, big enough for villagers to mount. Not only would this give us more villager sets, which is awesome, and more fauna, which again is awesome, but we'd get them in pairs. Double awesome. The only other way I see Lego not using the same Toa team for the winter wave is by, I don't know, releasing beefed up protectors? Not likely. Come to think of it, this is more about how cool villagers and mounts would be, and less about armor instead of new small sets. Again, thinking this over, I myself might not be too keen on having toa upgrade packs instead of genuine small sets. Just a thought. Opinions?
  7. I made some much needed improvements since the original post. So I figured it warranted a new topic for them. So without further ado here they are Gali http://www.brickshel...5/Toa/gali1.jpg http://www.brickshel...5/Toa/gali5.jpg (With Kivoda and Gold Mask on stand) http://www.brickshel...5/Toa/gali6.jpg (Wearing Gold Mask and secondary weapon function) http://www.brickshel...5/Toa/gali7.jpg (Vs Skull Strika) Kopaka http://www.brickshel...Toa/kopaka1.jpg http://www.brickshel...Toa/kopaka5.jpg (With Izotor and Gold Mask on stand) http://www.brickshel...Toa/kopaka6.jpg (Wearing Gold Mask and secondary weapon function) http://www.brickshel...Toa/kopaka7.jpg (Vs Skull Warrior) Lewa http://www.brickshel.../Toa/lewa01.jpg http://www.brickshel.../Toa/lewa05.jpg (With Vizuna and Gold Mask on stand) http://www.brickshel.../Toa/lewa06.jpg (Wearing Gold Mask and secondary weapon function) http://www.brickshel.../Toa/lewa07.jpg (Vs Skull Slicer) Onua http://www.brickshel.../Toa/onua01.jpg http://www.brickshel.../Toa/onua05.jpg (With Korgot and Gold Mask on stand) http://www.brickshel.../Toa/onua06.jpg (Wearing Gold Mask and secondary weapon function) http://www.brickshel.../Toa/onua07.jpg (Vs Skull Basher) Pohatu http://www.brickshel...Toa/pohatu1.jpg http://www.brickshel...Toa/pohatu5.jpg (With Nilkuu and Gold Mask on stand) http://www.brickshel...Toa/pohatu6.jpg (Wearing Gold Mask and secondary weapon function) http://www.brickshel...Toa/pohatu7.jpg (Vs Skull Scorpio) Tahu http://www.brickshel...5/Toa/tahu1.jpg http://www.brickshel...ahu5.jpg (With Narmoto and Gold Mask on stand) http://www.brickshel...5/Toa/tahu6.jpg (Wearing Gold Mask and secondary weapon function) http://www.brickshel...5/Toa/tahu7.jpg (Vs Kulta fighting alongside Protector Mask Ekimu) Group Shot http://www.brickshel...015/Toa/toa.jpg More pictures in the gallery http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=564494
  8. Hello, readers! I started writing a story one month ago. I would like to get some feedback and tips from you. Summary After the Reformation of Spherus Magna the Matoran, Toa and other residents of the Matoran Universe try to start a new life on their new planet. A mysterious Dark Hunter wants to rule the planet and creates a plan that involves stealing something from his former friends. Note: I'm not English so I might make some mistakes in writing the story. You can read the story here: https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11922130/1/A-New-Life I will write more chapters in the near future, so stay tuned. I'll add more stuff from the canon, in case you're wondering. Thanks!
  9. TOA TALLETH (BBC CONTEST #73 ENTRY) Details Toa Talleth is a Member of Toa Imrukii's Team. Talleth is a Toa of Plant Life, one of very few. And a greatly stalwart warrior at that. He is connected almost directly to his Element, giving him a great control over Plantlife. though he often doesn't use it unless to get to far to reach places or in intense combat situations. Talleth sports a long semi-modified staff from a Rahkshi of Heat vision long ago defeated, and later repurposed into a fighting lance or spear. His secondary weapon is a leaf-shaped combat sword, double bladed, one blade being the main body of the tool and the secondary blade being smaller and used as the pommel of the sword. His main tool however is a large body shield, akin to that of the shield of a Roman Legion. The Shield has the ability to implant itself into the ground like that of a tree and grow interlocking tendrils around the proximity of it's user to better fortify them. The shield also sports a saw blade to dig itself firmly in the ground and can be used as a weapon on it's own if need be. Toa Talleth's Armor is bulked up around his lower torso and upper thighs to better allow him to keep his midsection protected and to help shape his form to a smoother appearance in said section. His shins also have some bulked up armor to better protect from attack. His upper arms are protected less so and are made to look more stylized compared to his lower half, appearing as larger green leaves like that of jungle trees. The backs of his lower arms are decorated in large leaf like grows that if cut off will regenerate in a few days. His chest is semi-bioluminescent, to produce some light and also to go in line with his appearance, of course however his chest piece does serve it's purpose and is not just meant for decoration, it juts out a bit to better bulk up his upper body whilst also working like semi-organic armor. His Mask is a Noble Kanohi Hau. (shaped like a normal Hau here, but just use your imagination, alright?) His Origins and Lore Talleth originates from Metru Nui, but long ago became damaged. Sent to the island of Karzahni to be repaired but eventually managed to escape that living torment and made it to the northern region of the Southern Continent where he would later come to be brought back together with his friends from Metru Nui after Makuta Teridax took over the city and forced them to escape to the Southern Continent. Later on in his life he became a Member of a Resistance Movement against Teridax when he took over the Matoran Universe. Talleth along with the remainder of the members of his party managed to trick Teridax into throwing them into orbit with him and his allies, which later would come to be captured by the gravity of and eventually fall onto the Jungle Moon of Bota Magna. http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/AidanBionicle1/MOCs/image1.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/AidanBionicle1/MOCs/image2.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/AidanBionicle1/MOCs/image3.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/AidanBionicle1/MOCs/image4.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/AidanBionicle1/MOCs/image5.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/AidanBionicle1/MOCs/image6.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/AidanBionicle1/MOCs/image7.jpg (Minor text edit in Origins and Lore)
  10. Cederak

    Cynosure

    The autumn of our lives asks us to recede, determining whether we shall last the winter… Episode 00: My World Has Changed My name is Adrinor and I was born in the universe of the Great Spirit, Mata Nui. In this world, for 14,000 years, the League of Six Kingdoms controlled many realms with a forceful grip. Their reign was simple and their demands as well: align yourself with the League or become their enemy. By declaring these enemies to be in conflict with Mata Nui as well—having received the divine right to rule the universe—the Barraki were able to dispatch their rivals without remorse and gained a fearful respect as the mighty warlords they were. In time, the world was not enough, and the Barraki sought the one seat of power seemingly out of our reach – Mata Nui's. This betrayal was revealed to the mysterious Brotherhood of Makuta, and one of their kind flanked by his noble legions managed to successfully put down the attempt to usurp Mata Nui's throne. In a single day of battle, the League's warriors were defeated and displaced, bringing a swift end to the rule of the Barraki. It was their abrupt departure that gave rise to the burden of choice throughout the universe, allowing islands to elect leaders that put the interests of their kind before the orders of a half dozen warlords. An organization known as the Dark Hunters began operating out of Odina during this time, nearly monopolizing the business of hiring out biomechs to perform unscrupulous tasks. Elsewhere, relations began to sour between the districts of Metru Nui, and what had begun as minor disputes among the Matoran led to all-out civil war that divided a once prosperous city. Without their labor, a Great Disruption began throughout the universe and it became abundantly apparent that Mata Nui fell weaker with each passing day. Suns lost their shimmer, seas fell quiet, and the wind carried an icy touch. These were the darkest and most desperate times the universe had ever seen. Everything we knew was shutting down slowly, but surely, and we were hopeless to stop it. I have seen a great deal during my lifetime, but the story I am about to tell is from an era of terrible memories. This is ultimately a story of responsibility and the battle between light and darkness that surrounds us all. Looking back, it would be arrogant to say I lived through those days. On the contrary, I barely survived them. Episode 01: Soldier On A powerful light shone down through my window, illuminating my face and stirring me awake. I squinted against the intensity of the sun, feeling the warmth of a familiar star as I slowly sat up in my bed. I was three stories above the ground level, peering out at the island of Stelt with mixed feelings. The island's caste system made the elite Steltians (their self-proclaimed title) the undisputed rulers of the land with Matoran ranking just below them. The Ohnbiek, meanwhile, were relegated to being laborers and the Pontiir were slaves to slaughter one another in the arenas. My employer, a Steltian named Voporak, had agreed to allow my crew to rent out several rooms above one of his coliseums. Few buildings lasted very long on Stelt, but anything that supported a good fight was sure to hold. After the first few years, I grew accustomed to sleeping through the sound of biomechs being murdered beneath my room. While Steltians went about their morning in the dirt roads below, I pulled my weapon out from behind my bedpost and set it at my side, carefully examining the silver and obsidian wonder. It was a gunblade, a specially crafted weapon made many centuries earlier. It once belonged to a friend I had the misfortune to dig a hole in the dirt for, not long after the League collapsed. Unlike the revolver gunblades sometimes manufactured in Nynrah, my weapon possessed a thinner blade and a long, bayonet-shaped attachment on one side. This was where my bullets fired from, activated by a sequence of gears that connected to the trigger. The grip piece of the weapon was slightly curved, allowing me better control whether I needed to shoot or swing. Above that was a guard piece that arced back from the protosteel blade, doubling as a stabilizer when I took long-range shots. The gunblade was a fine weapon, finer than any I could have asked for. I placed the weapon on my back and stared down at my armor for a moment, shades of crimson and ivory composing my sleek parts. A male Meldin, my form was similar to that of a Toa, minus the elemental powers. In spite of that fact, after years of using the gunblade and many decades as an outlaw, I had trained and achieved a physical strength that rivaled some of Mata Nui's champions. I was living a dream, pursuing a life of freedom alongside a crew of likeminded biomechs. I described my gunblade so particularly because it was the catalyst of my freedom, the instrument that took me across the Matoran Universe, exploring new lands and carrying out jobs for the right price. My team was like a privatized sector of Dark Hunters and, as you might imagine, we were on the Shadowed One's radar. Voporak's clan offered my crew a degree of protection from wandering Dark Hunters on Stelt, though I remained conflicted about how their island operated. Whenever I broached the subject with Voporak, however, he politely reminded me that it was not my place to argue the matter. He was a clan leader, not me. I was not even from Stelt - my native land of Meldio just south of the Southern Continent. Steltian society was the concern of the Steltians and, if they were content to wage war until the end of the world, that was their business. I opened my bedroom door and shut it behind me, whistling as I headed down the corridor to speak with Voporak about new work. I heard a weak grunt echo above me and instinctively drew my weapon, pointing it toward the ceiling. One of Voporak's guards, a Steltian named Sidorak, was forcibly connected to the ceiling by what appeared to be magnetic force. He suddenly dropped, crashing on his face and passing out. "I traveled a long way to speak with you," a voice called from around the corner. "Your friend seemed to think his arm blade would stop me." I smirked at the thought as I lowered my weapon, flipping Sidorak onto his back with a push of my foot. "This Steltian is an insincere, power-hungry moron. Had you done this to one of my actual friends, my patience would be much thinner right now." My visitor stepped into view, a lone Toa of magnetism. His gunmetal and black armor was scratched and scraped, suggesting he'd seen as much of battle as I had. He wielded a launcher of unknown origin in his left hand and a magnetic weapon in his right. I paid close attention to his lime green eyes, staring me down from behind his jet black Kadin. "You have a name, hero?" I asked. The Toa held his stern expression. "You're Adrinor, right?" "No one's told me otherwise," I said, relaxing a little bit. If the Toa wanted a fight, we would have been fighting already. Toa did not dance around their intentions often, it was not in their nature. "My name is Jovan. My team heard about you a couple months back," he told me. "You were on an assignment in the Northern Continent, escorting a Toa with some dangerous enemies. I was told the mission went successfully." "I got paid, if that says anything," I replied, letting one of my fingers wrap around the trigger of my weapon. "I don't like the suspicion that I'm being followed, so you might want to make your point soon." "Then I'll dissolve any suspicions and tell you outright that my fellow Toa and I have been on your trail," Jovan said awkwardly before clearing his throat. "After seeing your team in action, I think you're exactly what we need. I'd like to hire your crew as security detail for my own." "And where would we be going if I accepted?" "Before I say," Jovan started uncertainly, "I'd like you to accompany me out to the balcony momentarily. I need you to see something." Sidorak groaned and rapidly blinked his eyes, glancing up at me. "What happened?" "Business transaction," I muttered. "I'd tell you not to run off in case things turn against me on the balcony, but I have a feeling you'd just accidentally shoot me anyway." I followed Jovan out onto the nearest balcony of the coliseum, watching him put his weapons away. I stepped out further then, catching sight of four more Toa near the building's entrance. They had incapacitated an Ohnbiek guard by the name of Krekka, his burly form collapsed into the dirt. Nearby Steltians went about their typical morning activities, walking by or chatting up merchants with wares for sale. The sight of Toa on Stelt was a rarity, but no one was terribly interested in starting anything with them. "Mata Nui is dying, Adrinor," Jovan said sadly, looking into my eyes. "Stelt is still fortunate enough to have a sun shining in the sky, but there are other lands not quite so lucky. This place is a brigand's haven, not a home for a Toa, and yet I do not wish anything ill on the biomechs that call this place home. My team and I want to save the universe and we're in desperate need of someone who can protect us." I nodded slowly. "Then I'll ask again; where are you headed?" "Metru Nui," Jovan replied, suddenly lowering his voice. "The Onu-Metru Archives are legendary for containing rare and one-of-a-kind items among their exhibits. I recently encountered a rumor that the Archives may contain information about a Kanohi that could save the Great Spirit from death. Furthermore, they may also hold a Kanohi that can ascertain its location, called an Elda." "Sounds valuable," I mused. "I don't know a lot of biomechs who would willingly step into a warzone, even if the belligerents are mere Matoran. That said, I think you and I can set up a business arrangement. I presume this security detail job will begin on Metru Nui and conclude once your mythic Kanohi is retrieved?" "That's correct," Jovan replied. "Now, how much were you hoping to receive in terms of payment?" I grinned. "Well, let's see. My team's initial hiring fee is the first number that comes to mind. Then you'll be paying for our munitions, labor costs, and there's a daily charge as well. I also need to factor in a "saving the universe fee," which, is almost too great to put a price on. Alas, the price will be tacked on to your final bill." Jovan gave me a surprised look. "You must be joking." "Mostly, yes." I chuckled. "Why don't you tell me how much you've got and we'll go from there." The Toa of magnetism reluctantly handed over a small pouch and I let it rest in the palm of my hand. It was definitely heavy for such a tiny size. I pulled the strings apart on the bag's opening and peered inside, finding a couple dozen gold coins. I shifted the bag's contents around, allowing me to see how each coin had a Kanohi Hau on one side and the number 500 on the other. I looked back up at Jovan with a smile and he politely smiled back. "My team has saved some wealthy individuals in the past and, while we try not to accept payment for our services, some biomechs won't take 'no' for an answer." "May the Great Spirit bless them," I replied sarcastically, shaking Jovan's hand. "So we've got a job from a Toa, huh?" Jovan and I whirled back to see my crewmate Hadliek staring at us from the doorway. Holding his large caliber pistol up toward the sky, he lightly clicked the activator switch back and forth. Roughly my height, Hadliek wore matte black and cerulean armor, his eyes a shade of soft teal. He was a Todrano, from the eastern chain of the Southern Islands. His weapon, on the other hand, was manufactured in Xia. A heavy pistol, the barrel could hold 10 rounds, while an activation switch on the side could give them an incendiary kick. "Yeah, we've got a job," I said. "Jovan, I'd like to introduce you to my friend, Hadliek. Hadliek, this is Toa Jovan. We'll be protecting his team on a mission to Onu-Metru." "Nice to meet you, Hadliek," Jovan said cordially. "Same to you, hero; I haven't been to war in a while," Hadliek replied in his most casual tone, holstering his weapon at the hip. He possessed a natural cool that made being debonair look simple. "What kind of money is he walking around with to make you agree to that, Adrinor?" "Enough," I said slyly. "You know we could just take the money and save ourselves the trip," Hadliek suggested with a sinister grin. I watched Jovan begin to reach for his launcher before I gently put a hand to his shoulder. "That's not how we operate." "Forgive me," Jovan replied, "but you are hired guns. I've watched you steal." "Well…yeah," I said inelegantly, "but that was on assignment. We don't usually…I mean, not unless we have to." I sighed for a moment, trying to focus my thoughts. "Jovan, we have a code in this crew. Don't bite the hand that feeds you." "And yet you request payment to ultimately save the life of the Great Spirit. Ironic, wouldn't you say?" Jovan asked. I smirked. "If Mata Nui cares to notice, I still need to eat and reload my weapon from time to time. I don't exactly see him dropping any favors on me." "The ways of the Great Spirit are mysterious indeed," Jovan said assuredly. "Won't argue with that," Hadliek told him. "Let's continue this conversation down in the ground floor lounge," I proposed. "I'd like to meet the Toa I'll be protecting." "Yes, assemble your crew and I'll see you down there." Jovan lifted himself off the floor—presumably pulling himself by his magnetic parts—and smoothly descended to the ground below. Hadliek and I departed from the balcony and a quick scan of the corridor left me proud. The other three members of my team had been waiting silently, weapons loaded in case our guest was restless for battle. Elendra stood to my right, both of her revolvers ready to fire. She was an edgy sort of biomech, her ice white and violet armor never hinting at the volatile individual underneath. A Trelban from Trelbin, Elendra's frost-colored head was shaped like a Mask of Possibilities, mirroring the rest of her Toa-sized kind. On my left was Kyrhus, a platinum and black Gekalan. Kyrhus had very reptilian features (common in the Gekalan species) - a snout, scales, sharp claws, and a tail that ended in a blade. His dark forest green eyes were like staring into an alien world, but for all his formidable qualities, Kyrhus was the most kind-hearted of us. He held a sniper rifle at his side, an energy bullet-based weapon that had impeccable range with the right user. Kyrhus was certainly one of them. "Good morning," Kyrhus greeted in his usual, refined tone. "I see we have company." "Toa, of all things," Elendra said with a chuckle. "They must be desperate to have come to Stelt. I didn't quite catch your entire conversation." "They want to save the universe," I told her matter-of-factly. "I imagine they would've gone to the edge of the Southern Islands if they needed another crew like ours." Elendra raised an eyebrow. "The universe? Okay, I'm interested now." "As am I. They're waiting downstairs," Hadliek said. Our fifth member dropped down from the rafters, ducking into a roll when she hit the ground. She leapt to her feet and placed her sonic assault rifle on her back, innocently smirking at us. "Good morning, Celvey," I said, holding back a laugh. "Were you waiting for an invitation up there?" "Just waiting for the sake of it," Celvey replied sweetly. Celvey was an interesting individual, to say the least. East of Xia is a pair of islands. The north island is Nohtal, inhabited by biomechs imbued with natural darkness. These Nohtalians live in harmony with one another for the most part. South of Nohtal is an island inhabited by biomechs imbued with natural light. The island is almost constantly at war, ironically enough. This island is called Ilisi and, by extension, Celvey was an Ilisian. Her figure possessed more natural femininity than Elendra's, the contours of Celvey's form being more rounded, yet still defined. She was a lithe entity, armored in light silver and auburn, but able to hold her own in combat. Celvey favored a "civilized" alternative to a gunfight, but in our line of work, that was not always an option. The five of us marched downstairs, passing Voporak's empty office along the way. He left the coliseum from time to time to deal with personal matters among his clan, often times simple territorial disputes. A favorite—and quite clandestine—agent of Barraki Mantax during the era of the League, I could not begin to imagine what sorts of secrets he harbored from that age of the world. We met one another mere days before the League fell and I was never one to pry about the days of old. I stepped inside the lounge and quickly noticed Jovan sitting with the four Toa I had seen on the ground, his team taking up half a large booth near one of the windows. I led my crew through the lounge and we took our seats across the table from the Toa, settling in for a chat. "Good morning, everyone," I greeted the Toa. I looked to Jovan and asked, "So, should we all go around the table and introduce ourselves, or…how would you like to do this?" "I'll start," the Toa of magnetism replied. "My name is Toa Jovan and I am the leader of this team." Jovan looked to his right and nodded at a Toa of plant life. "My name is Haltryox," he said in a kind voice, "and I am the deputy leader of the team." Next down the line was an Olmak-wearing Toa of earth who introduced himself in a gruff tone as, "Argeph. I'm not a leader, more of an enforcer." "Would you mind sharing the difference with us?" Hadliek asked pleasantly. "We don't get to learn about the lifestyle of Toa very often." "Jovan here sets the rules as leader, be it for our group or criminals we've apprehended. If someone thinks about overstepping those rules, I'm more than willing to remind them of their place." "Don't worry, he's got a soft heartlight under all that talk," the next Toa down the line giggled. A Toa of water, she continued with, "My name is Valtriak, by the way." "And last, but not least, I am Ticonahk," a Toa of plasma at the end of the table said with a grin. "Nice meeting you all, my name is Adrinor and, since it's already been established that you've seen me at work, I'll let my crew get their introductions out of the way." "My name is Hadliek and my hobbies include shooting things, shooting other things, and getting paid when a job is finished." "What a well-rounded Todrano," Valtriak said facetiously. Hadliek shot her a slightly impressed smirk. "Oh, and long walks under the moonlight." Elendra gave him an annoyed look and began, "My name is Elendra and if you're pinned down under fire, I'm probably nowhere in sight." "My name is Kyrhus and…I really couldn't think of anything off the top of my head the way Hadliek and Elendra did." "You have a very polished voice, Kyrhus, if you don't mind my saying," Haltryox noted. "Forgive me, but your appearance suggested a more…feral creature." Kyrhus smiled. "No offense taken, the Gekalan are often mistaken as such." "And my name is Celvey. I am the newest member of the crew and," she paused, glancing down the table at me, "may I tell them?" I frowned and shook my head. "Not here." Her voice lowered to a whisper as she added, "Another time, I suppose." Jovan clapped his hands together. "Well, a pleasure to meet all of you. Now that we're up to speed in the personality department, I think we're going to get along on this mission just famously." I grinned. "Don't let that magnet-head of yours get too attached to us. We're still some of the finest killers you'll meet in this town." Jovan's expression suddenly turned more serious. "I can overlook that for the time being, given that you're willing to assist us in the greatest endeavor in the history of the universe. Saving the life of the Great Spirit, well…it's not the kind of work I'd expect a team of hired guns to usually sign up for. My team is ready to journey north this afternoon if yours is." "Slow down, Metru Nui wasn't built in a day," I replied. "And don't sell yourself short either, Jovan. You'll be doing the hero stuff. We'll just be watching your backs for gunfire." "At any rate, the Great Spirit cannot wait forever for his saviors," Jovan told my crew. "I'd like to be on my way to Metru Nui before sundown." "Metru Nui?" Kyrhus repeated, clearly taken aback. "That city is a warzone." "Need I remind you how this town turns into a warzone from time to time?" Elendra asked him. "Not to mention Steltians seem bred for war in a way Matoran will never be." "Well the conflicts here never last hundreds of years," Kyrhus muttered. "Even so, these are only Matoran," Elendra said, trying to reassure him. "They have powerless masks and can't aim a weapon to save their lives." Jovan went to stand up, but I quickly pulled the heavy pistol from Hadliek's hip and held it near my head, pointing the barrel square at the Toa of magnetism. "I think you'd do well to sit back down, Jovan." Argeph went to grab the pistol, but I triggered the incendiary activator and said, "Any closer and I'll light him up." "Stand down, Argeph." Jovan resumed sitting and gave me an angry look. "What do you want, Adrinor?" "The truth," I replied, slowly lowering Hadliek's gun and flipping off the activator. "You think I would readily believe anyone, even Toa, would blindly run headlong into Metru Nui on the basis of a rumor? The risk is too great for anyone to enter that city over a bit of gossip. So you're going to tell me exactly what you know, or I'm going to count to ten and drop the number of Toa on Stelt by one." Haltryox glanced at Jovan. "I don't think we need-" "No, he's right. Adrinor deserves the truth." Jovan turned his attention to me and whispered, "My team was approached by an agent that spoke on behalf of Mata Nui." "Did this agent have a name or were you able to determine his species at least?" I asked, still holding the gun ready. "Yes, he was a Dectraz by the name of Trylac." I felt my heartlight skip a beat as Jovan finished speaking. Looking down the table at Elendra, I could only imagine I was wearing the same expression of disbelief. When the League fell 900 years prior, when Makuta Teridax oversaw the defeat of the Barraki in a single day, I had not yet become a leader. That title belonged to another, to the Nohtalian who once wielded my gunblade. And it was his crew that contained a Dectraz named Trylac who was shot out of the sky, presumably murdered. "Are you all right, Adrinor?" Jovan wondered, clearly aware he said something disturbing. I lowered my head and returned the gun to Hadliek, my thoughts still racing. "I watched a Dectraz named Trylac fly off one day…right before he was shot and plummeted to his death. Only his broken rifle was recovered from the crash site and we thought his body was destroyed." "Isn't it possible that Trylac merely left the scene, perhaps limping away in his damaged condition?" Haltryox asked. I glared at him, my fury rising again. "He would've looked for me! He would've come back, okay?" "If you truly think Trylac died, we were planning to meet up with him on the Southern Continent in a matter of days. You can talk with him there and resolve your misunderstanding," Jovan replied. "It's funny, Trylac actually pointed me in your direction to begin with. He seemed to think you were very capable of protecting my team." "We should return to the coast soon," Valtriak said. "Our watercraft is decent, but it will be a long journey to Metru Nui." "Elendra," I said, turning to her, "I think it's time we put your side project to the test." She smiled at me before looking at Jovan's team. "I've been hard at work on an experimental aircraft kept beneath this coliseum. Looks like it'll finally see the light of day." I felt a sense of hope welling up in my mind. Trylac had been watching my crew for quite some time, it seemed. But why he kept up the secrecy, how he evaded our detection - it was all beyond my ability to comprehend. I knew then that I had to see him on the Southern Continent; I needed answers. Review
  11. Introduction and Concept I wanted to combine the Uniter and Master sets into figures of the Toa that would look good and be fun to play with. I started with Tahu, with the only constraint that I had to only use pieces from Tahu's Uniter and Master sets. Originally, I was just going to slap on the gearbox and weapons from the Master set onto the Uniter's body, but the result did not look that great and had huge gaps in it. After spending some more time, this is the Tahu I got: https://flic.kr/p/GMX1XN https://flic.kr/p/FUCVSs Side: https://flic.kr/p/FUCShG Back: https://flic.kr/p/GJd99k Action: https://flic.kr/p/GJd7Vi https://flic.kr/p/GMX69o https://flic.kr/p/GMX5Xb Details and Design Scabbards: Something I love about the Star Wars Buildable figures is that they have places to store their weapons. I wanted to have something similar , so I gave Tahu places to store his swords and surfboard/shield. The surfboard storage is not perfect and only looks good if Tahu looks like he is clutching it, but I quite like how the swords turned out. https://flic.kr/p/Gq5gVq Legs: I love the Nuva-like bell bottoms legs that the Master set gave tahu, but they always looked a bit flat from the sides. The crystal armor gave them some much needed depth. I decided to keep the Uniter feet because the gold fit the color scheme more than silver, and the light blue made a nice accent. I kept the Uniter upper legs because the more detailed pieces fit in with the Uniter torso better and let me attach the weapon holsters. https://flic.kr/p/GMX58f Arms: This was the part of the build that I spent the least amount of time on. They are practically unchanged from either set. I moved the golden skull armor to the upper arms so it would flow better with Tahu's newly broadened shoulders. https://flic.kr/p/GJd54g Head and Torso: At first, I just wanted to incorporate the Master set's gearbox onto the Uniter's body. But then I tried to fill in the gaps resulting in this. The collar and shoulder armor was put in place to fill in the gaps. The flames are held in a similar manner that the Master's swords are, except they are attached to the spinning part of arm assembly. They can fold up and under the arms so that they don't get in the way of the gear function. They would have been attached the same way as the Master's golden swords, except that those connection points were now dedicated to the collar and filling in the gaps on the sides. I chose to use the Golden Uniter mask because the figure still kept the Uniter's heavy gold and trans-orange color scheme. Plus the thinner mask looked better with the collar. https://flic.kr/p/FUCTrL https://flic.kr/p/GMX4cs https://flic.kr/p/GMX34W Asking for MOC Help/Challenge So, I am not a talented MOCer. In fact, this is the first MOC I have posted anywhere. So I am curious to see what more talented people than I can do with the same challenge I gave myself, so I can get ideas for what to do with the rest of my Toa. THE CHALLENGE: What is the best version of one of the main 6 Toa you can come up with using just the parts from their Master and Uniter sets? I'd love to see what other people can come up with. Please share your links, pictures, and topics related to this so I can see what awesome things other people have come up with. I'd love any tips or help that are offered in relation to this challenge so I can become a better MOCer. Thanks, J46 Nui.
  12. feeling stumped in making an MOC? NO problem, i made a MOC generator for everyone for COMIC making beginners. http://www.generatorland.com/usergenerator.aspx?id=13547 this is a BIONICLE GENERATOR. with it, it randomly chooses your inner bionicle hero to get started. if you got ideas for editing your MOC you can try.
  13. Now, I've seen that there are many topics on your "Favorite Bionicle Character" and such, but I haven't yet seen a Favorite Toa Team topic yet. (If there is one, call me out on it) Anyway, this topic is exactly what the title say's; What's Your Favorite Toa Team Throughout All of Gen1? It can be a team from the entirety of Gen1; the Mata/Nuva, The Hagah, the Cordak, whichever. My personal favorite team was/is the Toa Inika/Mahri, but mostly the Inika. Now, I by no means an experienced Bionicle fan, but I love the Inika storyline. And I also loved how all of the Toa Inika had previously been Matoran we've known from the very beginning, and seeing Jaller finally a Toa was very rewarding to me. And set wise, they were REVOLUTIONARY. New building style, tons of new pieces. Sure, there was no gear system, but hey, you get what you get and you don't throw a fit. So, what's your favorite team? EDIT: Mods, please move this topic to Bionicle Discussion. No idea why I put it in Storyline and Theories.
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    The Builder

    Today, I awoke for the first time in years, and I dreamed. I dreamed of a land far away, a land torn by the elements and by war. I dreamed of battle, the crash of steel on steel, the cries of the wounded. I dreamed of victory... ... ...Fantasies. Our eyes click open to gaze upon the simple beauty of our Nest. All is neat and orderly. Our brothers still slumber, waiting for their time to cleanse the hideous land above. But now is not the time for reminiscing. It is time to work. We heave our heavy armor upright and march off to the day's labor. Our mind is special, the Queens say. We have the capacity to create, to imagine, to dre... All must be prepared, my friend whispers urgently. All must be rebuilt. Our powerful arms lift a sleeping brother from his bed and carry him to our worktable. Shards of metal of all shapes and colors rest in orderly piles, ready for their time to be used. We lift one and begin to shape it with a heatstone. Hours pass with only the hiss of sparks breaking the silence of the Nest. Our brother has begun to take on a new shape, one far larger and more powerful than before. After all, that is why they call us... Review Topic
  15. The goal of this project is to create 3d printable mask of the original six and to allow public access to the object files once the project is complete. A friend of mine has all original six mask ,some of them are lacking face connecting pieces and are not the right scale and missing detail on the mask. If anyone who like to help post below or pm me.
  16. Raon is a brave and serious Toa, after heading many teams and seen too many things. He is a strong leader, and is willing to sacrifice himself for anyone on his team. http://imgur.com/a/amBHD Yeah. This was my first large MOC, and it also used some new techniques and contained my forst custom torso. I'm really proud of it, but I want to know what you guys think.
  17. A small warrior, he relies on speed and agility to fight. http://imgur.com/a/StW8x Any, this is a small creation I made to try out some new tricks. I really liked the result, so I just kept working until it felt right. P.S. Does anyone know how to post images without having to put a link?
  18. So,these are the first MOCs I have ever posted online! Behold, the Toa Enta! A team of 4 Toa I have created! None of the Toa have actual names yet, so I decided I would let you guys suggest names for them, then I'll select the names I like best! We have a Toa of Fire, a Toa of Earth, a Toa of Ice (which is female, BTW), and a Toa of Air. I have also included photos of the inner skeleton layout I used for all of them, though it's specifically the Toa of Fire's skeleton. Though in this case, when you've seen one, you've seen them all. Enjoy! https://drive.google.com/folder/d/0BycB5w2J9DCsLWxoNE1md1VmMFU/edit
  19. Hello, I posted a topic for this stuff a few months ago but it has since died; so this is a re-post of this topic. Anyway, I have quite the haul of Bionicle sets that have been packed away for many years and I'd like to get rid of them for more space and money towards a much needed new computer; as such, I am not looking to trade for other sets. Ideally I'd like to part with everything, so with that said here is what I've got: Strikeouts indicate sold items, while bold indicate on hold items. 2001 8531 Pohatu 8532 Onua 8533 Gali 8534 Tahu 8535 Lewa 8536 Kopaka 8537 Nui-Rama Toa Mata Promo Mini CD x1 8540 Vakama 8541 Matau 8542 Onewa 8543 Nokama 8544 Nuju 8545 Whenua 8546 Power Pack (No original box. Includes: CD, Hafu and Chrome Hau) 8548 Nui-Jaga 8549 Tarakava 2001 - McDonald's 1388 Huki 1389 Onepu 1390 Maku 1391 Jala 1392 Kongu 2002 8550 Gahlok Va 8551 Kohrak Va 8552 Lehvak Va 8553 Pahrak Va 8554 Tahnok Va 8555 Nuhvok Va 8556 Boxor 8560 Pahrak 8561 Nuhvok 8562 Gahlok 8563 Tahnok 8564 Lehvak 8565 Kohrak 8566 Onua Nuva 8567 Lewa Nuva 8568 Pohatu Nuva 8570 Gali Nuva 8571 Kopaka Nuva 8572 Tahu Nuva 2003 8573 Nuhvok-Kal 8574 Tahnok-Kal 8575 Kohrak-Kal 8576 Lehvak-Kal 8577 Pahrak-Kal 8578 Gahlok-Kal Nuhvok-Kal Mini Promo CD Tahnok-Kal Mini Promo CD Kohrak-Kal Mini Promo CD Lehvak-Kal Mini Promo CD Pahrak-Kal Mini Promo CD Gahlok-Kal Mini Promo CD 8581 Kopeke 8582 Matoro 8583 Hahli 8584 Hewkii 8585 Hafu 8586 Macku 8587 Panrahk 8588 Kurahk 8589 Lerahk 8590 Guurahk 8591 Vorahk 8592 Turahk 8593 Makuta 8595 Takua and Pewku 8596 Takanuva 2004 8601 Toa Vakama 8602 Toa Nokama 8603 Toa Whenua 8604 Toa Onewa 8605 Toa Matau 8606 Toa Nuju 8607 Nuhrii 8608 Vhisola 8609 Tehutti 8610 Ahkmou 8611 Orkahm 8612 Ehrye 8614 Nuurakh 8615 Bordakh 8616 Vorzakh 8617 Zadakh 8618 Rorzakh 8619 Keerakh 8621 Turaga Dume and Nivawk Comics BIONICLE 1: The Coming of the Toa (Has some page crease wear) BIONICLE 3: Triumph of the Toa BIONICLE 4: The Bohrok Awake! BIONICLE 5: To Trap a Tahnok BIONICLE 6: Into the Nest BIONICLE 7: What Lurks Below BIONICLE 8: The End of the Toa? BIONICLE 9: Divided We Fall BIONICLE 10: Powerless! x2 BIONICLE 11: A Matter of Time BIONICLE 12: Absolute Power BIONICLE 13: Rise of the Rahkshi! BIONICLE 14: At Last -- Takanuva! BIONICLE 15: Secrets and Shadows BIONICLE 16: Toa Metru! BIONICLE 17: Disks of Danger BIONICLE 19: Enemies of Metru Nui x2 BIONICLE 20: Struggle in the Sky BIONICLE 21: Dreams of Darkness BIONICLE 22: Monsters in the Dark BIONICLE 23: Vengeance of the Visorak BIONICLE 24: Shadow Play BIONICLE 25: Birth of the Rahaga BIONICLE 26: Hanging by a Thread BIONICLE 27: Fractures McDonald's Comic 1: Challenge of the Rahi (slight page wear) x2 All items come from a smoke free home! Everything here (unless stated otherwise) is in wonderful condition and includes the complete figure (I mean they were packed away for years in protective tubs), I do not have the instructions or canisters. I'd definitely like to sell these to anyone who may be interested in any of these or would perhaps even want them in bulk just for the spare parts. Update: I am willing to trade items for un-opened North American versions of the following amiibo: Samus, Kirby and Wii Fit Trainer. Alternately, I'm also willing to trade for items on my wish list. Thanks!
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    The Builder: Review

    ​ This has been a long time coming, but I think I'm finally ready to bring the Builder back. For those of you who don't remember, The Builder was one of my first epics here on BZP, one that gained some popularity for its uniqueness, for the Builder is the story of a Toa caught by the Bohrok and enslaved for years in their nest, and the story of how he escaped. Leave your comments, critiques, and feedback below!
  21. Hi there! I know Valentine's Day was last week. University keeps me busy, sorry And now, without further ado, here are the drawings! Whatever (Kopaka x Pohatu - As he keeps telling, Kopaka works alone... does he?) Love is in the air (Onua x Lewa - some might say Lewa looses his mask way too easily anyway) Hot air (Gali x Tahu - Unity, Duty, Destiny. And terrible pick-up lines) They're just silly ideas I had in my mind. I miss the days of the Toa Mata, I like how the relationships between each other evolved through the story. Do you have any favourite shippings? Leave a reply! And happy Valentine's Day 2016 way too late for that
  22. Hi everyone, it's been a while since I last posted anything here. This is my self moc, Toa Taggerung and he is a viking. Before there are any questions, I had to glue his mask. Everything holds just perfect until you add whiskers, and when you do so, the mask bursts into pieces. Literally. There IS actually some friction, but not enough. You can have a look what the construction of the mask looks like without the whiskers (and glue) in my folder called WIP on Flickr. Other than that, there are no modified pieces except for some stickers, cloth and and two tiny pieces that seemed better in black rather in white. This is an older version of the moc. Click on the image to see the album, there's the new version as well. The new version. As a bonus, here's a mixel version of him. Well, that's all. Thank you all for your attention!
  23. Zerkah is one of a series of builds that each take inspiration from someone I know in real life. This influences personality, weapon choice/fighting style, and physical appearance. Eldest son of Lord Kihanu and Lady Thrae, and by that same token, rightful Lord of the House of Kihanu. Due to his noble bloodline, he is the leader of the Toa Vihagu. Despite this, even after being entitled with Lordship even before his father's death, he does not consider himself more worthy than those who fight alongside him or for him. Zerkah is incredibly passionate about his duty, both as a Toa and as a noble. He has seen firsthand what the Malevolent have done to Talis, the place where he was born, and seeks to eradicate the Malevolent from every land he can set foot on. As such, he shows great strength and violence when in battle with the Malevolent, but great sympathy for those who are enslaved to the Malevolent's will. Zerkah is known to become great friends with any who share his desire for the liberation of the islands. However, this overriding desire causes him to often overlook the interests or abilities of those not in tandem with his interests. This can prove troublesome when dealing with teammates - supposedly under his command - that are seeking out their personal interests. One would expect Zerkah would equip himself with an adorned weapon and expensive, ornate armor, as he had the fortune to do. But instead, Zerkah choose to use his fortune to import some of the ancient but well made Jainad armor, while equipping himself in battle with a common axe. His great strength and elemental potency allow him to use even poorly made axes to deadly effect. Flickr Gallery
  24. I longed to make a MOC of my favorite OC anti-hero. And now, thanks to New Years which brought us Darth Vader, me and Demitsorou finally managed to tear almost all of our Bionicle sets apart to assemble him. Master of Pain by Artemiy Karpinskiy, on Flickr Kahlahnee is an OC of mine, a cursed Toa of Ice hailing from the twisted realm of Karzahni. Its ruler have crafted a powerful Mask of Suffering as a punishment for Kahlahnee's uncontrollable violent outbursts, which were the reason he's been sent to Karzahni in the first place. His weapon is a baseball bat. Don't ask me why.
  25. I've been wanting to post these guys for a long time. They aren't a complete set unfortunately as I lack many of the required pieces to construct multiples of Matoran, Toa, and Turaga, yet I feel that what is presented now should provide a decent glimpse. My only regret is that I accidentally deleted my Turaga of Water's individual images while I was compiling this evening. The Great Elders Turaga of Earth. The former Toa Varsai of Earth, Erdeur, has retained his shielding as body armor and carries a measure of his once glorious strength to lead his people through the trials of Onu-Mana. His bowed posture conveys a sense of humbleness in his aging years. Turaga of Plantlife. The former Toa Varsai of Plantlife, Rasenur, despite having inherited the massive plating from his old throwing star for defense, remains fleet footed and nimble, and few are the Matoran under his care in Le-Mana who can keep apace. Turaga of Ice. The former Toa Varsai of Ice, Eisenur, is cooler and calmer than ever. His inheritance from his glory days can be seen in the tundra plumage spilling down his shoulders like a regal shawl, allowing him to drift through the snowy currents of Ko-Mana and glide over the icy lakes with little effort. A gathering of wisdom in emergency before the Mana Stump. Wise and shrewd Meerur settles the debate- their hidden Toa Stones must be retrieved and put to use. The Multitude whom Follow Matoran of Earth Like most of his kindred, this fellow carries quaker-strike gauntlets for his right hand and a mighty spear for blowing up any hard to excavate lodestones and light stones alike. Matoran of Stone Not all Po-Mana scavengers are created equal, and some turn to piracy and prospering for loot out in the Sandy Seas. What they cannot keep, they sell - at a great hike in value. Dare you cross this scoundrel and his sabre? Matoran of Magnetism Tiefeka here is an oddity - the sole Fa-Matoran within Mana-Nuva, he is far more competently constructed than his lessors among the people, a great warrior in his own right made greater by the usage of his elemental power that seems far beyond what one would expect. When Makuta Cruxida's Rahi began invading the island his seemingly-impossible victories time and time again in defense of each Mana village gave him a near-legendary prestige, and this is thought to be behind the diminutive stature of the Toa Mava upon their formation. Maybe there is more to Tiefeka than meets the eye... The Heroes Toa Mava of Earth Toa Mava of Plantlife Toa Mava of Ice Rimestal is fearless - or perhaps merely mad - as he uses his lithe frame and great frost blades in conjunction with his Konohi to soar from vast heights, only to piledrive the opponent below and skewer them through with the tips of his swords. Toa Mava of Water Best suited to the aquatic environs of Ga-Mana, her bulk is not an issue in even the fiercest sea thanks to her paddle-like feet, and to the contrary has proven invaluable in cracking the teeth of many a ferocious Ga-Mana Kingfisher and their mutated relative, the Terodact Gulp. Toa Mava of Fire A trembling spirit of wrath lays in wait within the seemingly calm shell of Fusorai, leader of the Toa Mava. When his anger surmounts his reason the six arms of his rage are brought to bear in channeling his elemental power, exceeding the output of even his Pyro Scepter. And that is all for now. I have yet to develop backstories for Toa Mava of Plantlife and Earth but I hope the rest has offered you a glimpse into my widening world of the Island of Mana-Nuva.
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