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  1. 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
  2. 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!
  4. 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
  5. 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!
  6. 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
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. I haven't been on here for a very long time... but I just drew this today on my Wacom pad, and it's not my best drawing, but hey it only took about 2 hours. I don't even care to fix his legs that I drew a little too long... but oh well. lol I was also listening to this Undertale soundtrack while drawing, it's from a surprisingly good rpg. "Hopes and Dreams" and "His Theme" made me think of Matoro, and his story. Anyway.I've been going through a lot the past several months, and it's been pretty hard, but haven't drawn anything in a long time. So it's good to feel nostalgic, and reminds me of a much... simpler time. Well, I guess enjoy this little bit of artwork everyone. http://doubleshadowx01.deviantart.com/art/Matoro-Mahri-584086967
  10. Hello everyone, I’ve been lurking around the forums without an account for a few months now, and decided it was finally time to make an account. I’ve got a large collection up for sale, I’m moving out of my parent’s place so I have to sell a bunch of my stuff. Only the sets are for sale, they do not come with canisters/boxes. The majority do not come with instructions either, however I do have 6 booklets included. I’ve made sure each set contains the exact pieces it originally came with, and that no pieces are broken or of unacceptable quality. All sets are fully assembled. FOR SALE: GROUP A (69 Sets): The following sets contain all pieces as listed on toysperiod.com. Pictures can be found here: http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll198/CheezeyGood/IMG_3540.jpg http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll198/CheezeyGood/IMG_3542.jpg http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll198/CheezeyGood/IMG_3543.jpg 1389 Onepu x 1 8532 Toa Onua x 1 8564 Bohrok Lehvak (Krana Ca) x 1 8568 Toa Nuva Pohatu Nuva x 1 8577 Bohrok-Kal Pahrak-Kal (Krana Ca-Kal) x 1 8573 Bohrok-Kal Nuhvok-Kal (Krana Bo-Kal) x 1 8587 Rahkshi Panrahk x 2 8588 Rahkshi Kurahk x 1 8589 Rahkshi Lerahk x 2 8590 Rahkshi Guurahk x 4 8591 Rahkshi Vorahk x 4 8592 Rahkshi Turahk x 1 8601 Toa Metru Vakama x 3 8603 Toa Metru Whenua x 1 8604 Toa Metru Onewa x 1 8605 Toa Metru Matau x 2 8606 Toa Metru Nuju x 1 8614 Vahki Nuurakh x 1 8615 Vahki Bordakh x 1 8616 Vahki Vorzakh x 1 8617 Vahki Zadakh x 1 8618 Vahki Rorzakh x 1 8607 Nuhrii x 1 8609 Tehutti x 1 8811 Toa Lhikan & Kikanalo x 1 8736 Toa Hordika Vakama x 2 8737 Toa Hordika Nokama x 1 8740 Toa Hordika Matau x 2 8762 Toa Hagah Iruini x 1 8756 Sidorak x 1 8903 Piraka Zaktan x 1 8904 Piraka Avak x 1 8727 Toa Inika Jaller x 2 8728 Toa Inika Hahli x 1 8730 Toa Inika Hewkii x 2 8731 Toa Inika Kongu x 1 8732 Toa Inika Matoro x 1 8733 Axonn x 2 8916 Barraki Takadox x 1 8917 Barraki Kalmah x 2 8920 Barraki Ehlek x 2 8912 Toa Mahri Hewkii x 1 8947 Radiak x 1 8687 Phantoka Pohatu x 1 8691 Phantoka Antroz x 1 8692 Phantoka Vamprah x 1 8693 Phantoka Chirox x 1 8689 Mistika Tahu x 2 8978 Glatorian Skrall x 1 3540 Lego Hockey Puck Passer x 1 (I know this isn’t a Bionicle set, but it was with all of my Technic/Bionicle pieces so I’m including it in this collection) GROUP B (49 Sets): The majority of the following sets are missing 1 or 2 trivial pieces. There are also a few sets that are missing major components of the set (such as a vehicle), but the figure itself is complete. Missing pieces are listed in parentheses. Pictures can be found here: http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll198/CheezeyGood/IMG_3551.jpg http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll198/CheezeyGood/IMG_3554.jpg 1389 Onepu (disk) x 3 1390 Macku (disk) x 1 1391 Jala (disk) x 1 8533 Toa Gali (kanohi) x 1 8561 Bohrok Nuhvok (krana, green elastic) x 1 8562 Bohrok Gahlok (krana, green elastic) x 1 8563 Bohrok Tahnok (krana, green elastic) x 1 8565 Bohrok Kohrak (krana, green elastic) x 1 8571 Toa Nuva Kopaka Nuva (shield) x 2 8573 Bohrok-Kal Nuhvok-Kal (krana, green elastic) x 1 8574 Bohrok-Kal Tahnok-Kal (krana, green elastic) x 1 8575 Bohrok-Kal Kohrak-Kal (krana, green elastic) x 1 8577 Bohrok-Kal Pahrak-Kal (krana, green elastic) x 1 8587 Rahkshi Panrahk (kraata) x 3 8588 Rahkshi Kurahk (kraata) x 2 8589 Rahkshi Lerahk x 1 8592 Rahkshi Turahk (kraata) x 1 8592 Rahkshi Turahk (head, kraata) x 1 8595 Takua (figure only, no Pewku) x 1 8596 Takanuva (figure only, no Ussanui) x 1 8607 Nuhrii (143 kanoka) x 1 8614 Vahki Nuurakh (kanoka) x 3 8615 Vahki Bordakh (kanoka) x 1 8616 Vahki Vorzakh (kanoka) x 1 8618 Vahki Rorzakh (1 staff, kanoka) x 1 8619 Vahki Keerakh (kanoka) x 2 4879 Rahaga Iruini (gold rhotuka) x 1 8743 Visorak Boggarak (elastic, rhotuka) x 1 8744 Visorak Oohnorak (elastic, rhotuka) x 1 8762 Toa Hagah Iruini (gold rhotuka, black ripcord) x 1 8730 Toa Inika Hewkii (chain) x 1 8729 Toa Inika Nuparu (red light sabre) x 3 8910 Toa Mahri Kongu (trans-neon green dome on back of head) x 1 8911 Toa Mahri Jaller (chain, cordak bullets) x 1 8919 Barraki Mantax (small black tentacle on arm) x 1 8690 Mistika Onua (red light sabre) x 1 8991 Tuma (helmet) x 1 3541 Lego Hockey Slap Shot (white helmet) x 1 (I know this isn’t a Bionicle set, but it was with all of my Technic/Bionicle pieces so I’m including it in this collection) INSTRUCTIONS: I also have the instruction booklets for the following sets. Pictures can be found here: http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll198/CheezeyGood/IMG_3537.jpg 8728 Toa Inika Hahli x 1 8911 Toa Mahri Jaller x 1 8689 Mistika Tahu x 1 8690 Mistika Onua x 1 8978 Glatorian Skrall x 1 3540 Lego Hockey Puck Passer x 1 I also have a small assortment of extra pieces, so if you need any extra parts I can also include whatever you may need, I’ll let you know if I have it. I am selling the entire collection (118 sets) for either $250 USD, a complete set of 2001 mask pack masks (36 great masks, 36 noble masks, 14 European misprints), or the following three sets: 8538 Muaka & Kane-Ra, 8539 Manas and 8549 Tarakava. I’d prefer to sell this as the entire collection, however I will be willing to split up the collection if the offer is good enough. I am also open to including trades in offers. Below is a list of sets and pieces I am willing to trade for: WANTS/WILLING TO TRADE FOR: 8538 Muaka & Kane-Ra 8539 Manas 8549 Tarakava 8558 Cahdok and Gahdok 8551 Kohrak Va 8581 Kopeke 8582 Matoro 8583 Hahli 8585 Hafu 8586 Macku 8593 Makuta 8594 Jaller and Gukko 8621 Turaga Dume and Nivawk 8763 Toa Hagah Norik 4870 Kualus 4877 Norik 8721 Velika 8723 Piruk 8725 Balta 8929 Defilak 8930 Dekar Vohtarak Canister & Instructions (no set) Boggarak Canister & Instructions (no set) Roporak Canister & Instructions (no set) Any 2001/2002/2003 Great/Noble/Nuva/Gold/Silver/Copper/Chrome/Misprint Kanohi (basically any mask that is not stock from a set) Movie Edition Kraahkan Ultimate Dume Kraahkan Helmet Gold Vahi Black Kanoka Disk Launcher White Kanoka Disk Launcher Black/Silver Marbled Rhotuka Spinner Bley Rhotuka Spinner Any Slizers/Throwbots Sets Any rare promotional/collectible items If the buyer is paying cash then the buyer will also pay for shipping, however if a trade is involved then we can come to an appropriate agreement regarding shipping. I ship from Canada to anywhere worldwide. However, shipping internationally is pretty expensive, but I’m open to bartering and such and we can by all means work something out. Feel free to ask me any questions!
  11. Have any of you guys ever bought more than one of specific set(s)? Which ones did you get, and why? I just bought 3 of 70787 Gali Master of Water because of her nice array of pieces and what a good set she is.
  12. In the original series, beings with control over the elemental power of earth - like Toa of Earth - could generate seismic shocks or earthquakes. I didn't think much of this until recently, when I stumbled upon a discussion topic on why there is a difference between what Toa of Earth and Stone control. I'm new here, so I'm not too sure on how to quote things, but an excerpt from one of Greg's Q&As was brought up, and it said that Toa of Earth essentially manipulate soil, as opposed to rock, which is what Toa of Stone control. And that's odd. Earthquakes in our world (as far as I recall, and assuming quick googling is accurate) only really form when the Earth's crust moves. And the crust is essentially stone. I know the Mata Nui robot's ecology and geography clearly don't match up to Earth's, but I highly doubt that their version of the crust is made of soil - that would be horrible as a foundation for entire islands. Anyone have input on this?
  13. Did ya miss me? Which Toa's Which? A BIONICLE comedy by Me! Part 1 of the Lewa# Studios Holiday Series 2015-2016 It was another ordinary day in the Nuva Inn. Lewa was relaxing in his Manager's Suite while pretending to be doing work, Onua was breaking the fourth wall repeatedly, Pohatu was being dumb, Tahu was lighting the kitchen on fire, Takanuva was repairing said kitchen, Kopaka was janitating the hotel by himself, Gali was splitting into two people again, and Tava (the resident Toa of Pie) was amusing himself by spawning a pie waterfall ("pie-terfall?") into his mouth. Yep, like I said. Another ordinary day. "Hey everyone," said Gali1, walking in from the pool room. "I'm not Everyone! My name's Some Guy! It's like you can't tell one Po-Matoran from another," complained the Po-Matoran named Some Guy, who was standing in the lobby. He walked off in a huff. With a , Gali1 stared after him. Onua looked up from his computer. "Oh, hi Gali1. Yeah, Some Guy's been staying here all week. He's...a little sensitive." "A little?" echoed Gali1. Just then, Lewa's special edition solid gold Manager's Elevator dinged, and the Toa of Air emerged. "Emergency meeting in the computer room, guys! Quick! It's super-urgent!" Knowing Lewa, Gali1 was sure it was nowhere near as urgent as he was making it sound. But, after all, she had nothing better to do, and she was curious. "Fine, let's go," she agreed. "We have a computer room?" asked Onua. Lewa paused for a moment. "TAKANUVA!!" he called out. Five seconds later, the Toa of Light zapped the side of the 285th story, creating a computer room instantly. "See? Now we do." A few minutes later, all the Toa Nuva (plus Takanuva) (and Tava) had gone into the newly-created computer room. "Right," said Lewa as he started up the computer, "now that we're all here, I--hang on, we're missing someone!" The assembled Toa looked around, but didn't notice anyone in particular missing. "Gali1, where's your other half?" "Oh. She's out shopping, actually." "SHE BETTER NOT BE SPENDING ANY OF MY HARD-EARNED MONEY, YOU LITERALLY SPLIT-PERSONALITY TOA OF--" "No, she's using her own money. Don't make me drench you in water..." The manager huffed. "I hate water. Fine, we'll start without her.” Then, the Toa of Air looked over at where Takanuva and Tava were standing. “Hey, what are you two doing here?” Takanuva just shrugged, momentarily ignoring Tava, who was apparently trying to figure out how to bake a computer into a pie. “You said there was an emergency meeting, remember?” “Toa Nuva only.” “Wait, but you never sai--” Takanuva couldn’t finish his sentence because Lewa lifted his air katana and summoned a tornado that lifted both Toa of Light and Toa of Pie into the air and out the window. “NNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooooooooooo…” “Ah.” added Kopaka unnecessarily. Gali1 stared after the two recently-defenestrated Toa for several moments before looking back at Lewa. “Well, that happened,” she observed. “Why did you want them to leave?” “Because this doesn’t involve them, that’s why! Anyway, look at this.” Lewa did something on the computer for several moments before bringing up the BIONICLE website. “Uhh, are you sure this isn’t going to destroy the space-time continuum or something?” asked Onua nervously. “I feel like this has to defy some law of logic.” “ “ Lewa emoticonned. “Stop ruining my big meeting! Look at this!” Everyone crowded around the computer screen, which was now displaying an image of the six 2015 versions of the assembled Toa. “Oooh,” said the Po-Matoran. “Will you get out of here!?” demanded Lewa, annoyed, as he sent Everyone the Po-Matoran out the window to join Takanuva and Tava. “That’s better. Check it out!” “Hey, that was my Halloween costume last year!” exclaimed Tahu with a . Gali1 thought about this for a moment. “That’s it! Lewa, you’re a genius!” “But I haven’t even told you my idea yet…” said Lewa. “Don’t have to. I’ve got it! We’ll all go as our 2015 versions for Halloween!” “Oh, is it Halloween already?” asked a very confused Pohatu. Regular Pohatu stared at the very confused Pohatu. “Where’d he come from?” Annoyed, Lewa just blew the very confused Pohatu out the window to join the cluster of random characters, leaving regular Pohatu behind. “Enough! My idea is--” “--a great one!” put in Tahu. “Except I already did that last year.” “I’m not talking about the Halloween thing, I’m talking about my idea, which I haven’t even had a chance to tell you! This has nothing to do with--” “--dressing up as ourselves,” Onua agreed, thinking he knew what Lewa had in mind. “Instead, we’ll confuse everyone by going as a different 2015 set version! For example, I might go as Lewa, and Lewa might go as Gali.” “I’m not dressing up as a girl!” At a glare from Gali, Lewa added, “Uhh...I mean…” “We can’t do that anyway because I just told you,” Onua explained. “We’ll dress up as different Toa.” “Sounds great, Onua!” said Gali. “Are we all agreed?” Kopaka shrugged. “Yes,” he said with his customary coldness. (pun not inten--oh, who am I kidding that was totally intentional) “!!oooooooooooooooooooooooOOOOOOOOOOOOONNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN” said Takanuva suddenly, inexplicably flying backwards through the window, which sealed itself up behind him. “So, what did I miss?” The rest of the Toa just shook their heads and sighed. This wasn’t the weirdest thing that had ever happened at the Nuva Inn. “Okay, are we all ready to go?” asked a Toa dressed in a 2015 Gali costume. “Ha, ha, you’re dressed like a girl!” teased someone dressed up like 2015 Kopaka. “ ” “How’s that funny? She always dresses like a girl because she is one,” said a 2015-Tahu-costumed Toa. “But Gali can’t be dressed up like Gali, that would defeat the purpose! It’s too easy to guess!” argued 2015 Kopaka. “Exactly,” 2015 Lewa pointed out. “Nobody WOULD guess that.” “Wait...so it’s actually the hardest to guess!” “No, I’m not actually Gali, that would just be dumb.” “Aww…” “Now remember,” continued the Toa dressed up like Gali, “it’s ‘trick-or-treat.’ NOT ‘burn-or-stuff,’ this means you, whichever one of you is Tahu!” “I’m Tahu!” said 2015 Tahu. “No you’re not,” said 2015 Gali, “you’re wearing a Tahu costume. That’s not the same thing.” “Yes it is…?” said 2015 Tahu, confused. The elevator dinged, and out popped someone wearing a 2015 Pohatu costume. “Okay, let’s go!” “You’re late,” observed 2015 Onua. “No I’m not; you’re all early.” The others groaned. “Whatever,” 2015 Onua said, “let’s just go.” The six costumed Toa opened the doors, greeted with the chilly air of a Metru Nui fall. As usual, the Le-Metru chutes were all dyed orange, and orange-colored Le-Matoran wandered about. New this year were transports painted to look like Fikou spiders, which shot through the tubes and gave the illusion of actual spiders moving about. “Huh. Beats Onu-Metru’s attempt at Fikou decorations,” observed 2015 Gali. “Except they weren’t even decorations…” “So, where should we go today?” asked 2015 Kopaka. “Let’s stay here. There’s plenty of huts in Le-Metru to visit,” said 2015 Pohatu. “But the chutes can take us anywhere!” protested 2015 Onua. “Don’t you want to explore the rest of the island? See what the other Metrus did for Halloween?” “No,” said 2015 Kopaka. Everyone looked around expectantly for a few moments. “It is weird hearing you say that.. I’m not used to leaving Takanuva behind,” observed 2015 Gali. "He says 'No.'" “I’m not the real Kopaka, anyway. Didn’t we discuss this earlier?” “ ” emoticonned 2015 Tahu. “YOU’RE NOT? MY WHOLE LIFE IS A LIE!!” They then proceeded to faint. The remaining still-conscious Toa were interrupted by an orange Le-Matoran running up to them. “Toa Lewa, Toa Lewa,” the Matoran said, addressing the Toa wearing the Lewa costume, “we quick-need your help! Tamaru-coward got stuck on the Moto-Hub top-roof and he can’t jump-come down! “I don’t like heights.” “What are you say-talking? You’re Toa Lewa! Come on, we need you!” The Matoran dragged 2015 Lewa away, over the costumed Toa’s protests. “Okay, which of you is the real Lewa?” asked 2015 Gali. “This is no time for jokes--Tamaru needs you to help!” After an awkward silence, 2015 Gali amended, “Fine. Whoever speaks next gets volunteered to rescue them.” 2015 Onua opened their mouth. “Well, the Moto-Hub isn’t far, we could--” “Great, thanks Lewa. Go rescue whoever’s dressed as you.” “But I’m not Lewa!” The other Toa, fed up by the real Lewa’s laziness and generally annoying personality by this point, just shoved them out of the circle. “Get out there and save them, and Tamaru!” Conveniently, Turaga Matau chose that exact moment to drive by in a transport that looked like it had been cobbled together from several Vahki, some chute pieces (obvious as they were bright orange), and an assortment of Turaga staffs. “Incoming!!” called the Turaga as he barreled into 2015 Onua, carrying them away. “Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!” “MATAU, WE’RE GETTING FAR TOO OLd for this…” Turaga Nokama yelled as the transport flew out of sight. The orange Le-Matoran pointed to the very top of the Moto-Hub, where a tiny speck that may or may not have been Tamaru could be seen clinging to a spire for dear life. “Up there, see him? Just fly up there and bring him down.” 2015 Lewa shook their head nervously. “I don’t like heights,” they repeated. “Can’t you send a transport?” The Le-Matoran shrugged. “You’re closer. Besides, I want to see the great Toa Lewa in action!” The costumed Toa sighed. “So…” they asked, stalling for time, “how’d he get up there in the first place?” “He was trying to repair the chutes. Long story, but it involves those Fikou-shaped transports, duct tape, and a blue potato. Earlier today, Tamaru was working on the chutes when he spotted a crack…” “Hmm,” muttered the Toa, not really paying attention to the story. “I guess there’s nothing better to do. Let’s climb.” While the Matoran was distracted by his story, 2015 Lewa entered the building and started climbing the stairs, hoping there was an entrance to the roof somewhere. “...and the potatoes fell out of the transport and filled the entire chute, which by the way taught us that blue and orange really don’t mix well, but what Tamaru didn’t know was that someone had been riding on the same transport earlier that day, which explained the earlier crack, but there were so many potatoes...hey, where’d you go?” Back with the remaining four Toa, they were all discussing what to do next when an announcement blared over a randomly appeared speaker system. “Attention citizens of Metru Nui: Turaga Dume’s 2nd Annual Costume Contest is about to begin! Please assemble at the Colosseum. KTHXBAI.” “‘KTHXBAI?’” echoed the assembled Toa. “ “ “Please tell me he’s not trying to act ‘hip,’” groaned 2015 Kopaka. “We get enough of that from Matau.” “Well, at least this makes up our minds,” 2015 Gali pointed out. “Let’s go to the Colosseum! Anybody mind carrying 2015 Tahu for us?” Back at the Moto-Hub, 2015 Lewa had just finished climbing the seemingly-endless set of stairs, where they found a simple door leading out onto the roof. “Convenient.” They opened the door and crossed over to the spire where Tamaru was. “Matoran? There’s a door. Just walk down the stairs.” They indicated the door, which had just swung shut. Tamaru, still obviously frightened, shook his head. “It locks from the other side. Can’t you just fly me down?” “No.” “AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH!!” 2015 Lewa looked up to see someone wearing a 2015 Onua costume, clinging for dear life to Turaga Matau’s makeshift vehicle. The vehicle executed a loop, dropping the costumed Toa onto the roof. “Ouch. Where am I?” “Toa Onua! Oh, this is good, two Toa to quick-save me!” said Tamaru. “Though I didn’t think you were fond of heights….” “I’m not Onua,” said 2015 Onua. “Matau, get back here!” “Next stop, silly old-geezer Dume,” Turaga Matau called out. “We’re almost as old as he is, you moron!” Nokama pointed out. “GET ME OFF THIS CRazy thing…” For several seconds, 2015 Lewa and 2015 Onua stared after the errant Turaga. “Right, okay, so how do we get him down?” “You fly me down, of course, Toa-Hero!” 2015 Lewa sighed. This was going to be unfortunate. The three conscious Toa walked into the Colosseum, with 2015 Kopaka carrying an unconscious 2015 Tahu over their shoulder. “Ah, good, the Toa have arrived,” said Turaga Dume, wearing his usual Kanohi Puhmpka (the Great Mask of Pumpkin Heads). “Let the contest begin!” “Wait,” said Hahli, “what’s wrong with Tahu? Quick, someone heal him!” She looked at 2015 Gali. “Toa Gali, can’t you do something?” 2015 Gali looked back and forth between 2015 Pohatu and 2015 Kopaka. “Are either of you Gali?” they asked. “What? No, that’s you!” said Hahli. “Are you sure you’re all right? Come on, bring Tahu and let’s heal him, quick! Also, where’s your costume?” Over the costumed Toa’s protests, Hahli dragged 2015 Gali away into the nearby Healing Hut, followed by the still-unconscious 2015 Tahu dragged behind them. 2015 Pohatu and 2015 Kopaka stared at each other. “Well, this is awkward,” they said simultaneously. “By the way, you’re both disqualified for not wearing a costume,” Dume announced. “Well, this is more awkward,” the two Toa said again. Before they could explain the costume situation, Matau’s transport suddenly shot down out of the sky, toward the Coliseum box where Dume was standing. “HEY OLDY, LOOK-CHECK US OUT!” the Turaga of Le-Metru called. “YAHOO!” “AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa~!” shouted Nokama as the vehicle took a nosedive, missed Dume’s box entirely, and plunged at full speed straight into the ground. There was silence for several moments as the dust cleared. Once it had, everyone assembled could see a huge pile of rubble with bits and pieces of the vehicle sticking out of it. “Well, this is even more awkward.” “We’re fine, we’re okay, a little quick-stuck though…” Matau could be heard saying from inside. “Easy for you to say, I’m grounding you!” said Turaga Nokama. “We’re never doing this again!” “Wait-stop, you can’t ground me! Next one will be better!” “That’s what you said last time!” “And I was right! At least this time we’re here-still in Metru Nui!” “Still wondering how we crashed on the Southern Continent last time, by the way…” muttered the Turaga of Water. While the two Turaga continued to bicker, Turaga Dume gazed at the rubble. “I hate to ask you this, but as you’re both disqualified from the contest anyway...Pohatu, Kopaka, could you freeze/kick away those boulders for me?” “Uhh…” “Hey, wait a second, that’s it!” exclaimed 2015 Onua, still atop the Moto-Hub. “Quick, help me make a sign.” “A what, now?” asked 2015 Lewa, but they did as asked and started pulling up a piece of the roof to use as a signboard. 2015 Onua then started drawing on said roof-piece with a conveniently placed magic marker. “You see,” they said, “we still have three Toa who can help out. Well, two-and-a-half, really.” “Two-and-a-half Toa? Sounds like a good name for a parody comedy…” muttered 2015 Lewa. Finally, the other Toa had finished, and tied the sign to a spire, standing it up so that everyone could see it. 2015 Onua then pulled out two megaphones from their Toa-Pocket and handed one to 2015 Lewa. “Follow my lead,” they said, before reading the sign aloud. “Uhh, Toa-Heroes?” asked a terrified Tamaru. “Can we get this over with? Wouldn’t flying me down just be easier?” “Trust me, I’m not really...just, healing isn’t my thing,” said 2015 Gali. “Nonsense! You’re the Toa of Water! Though your voice does sound a bit deep...you must have laryngitis!” 2015 Gali slapped their forehead. “Or I’m not really Gali, I’m just wearing a Gali costume.” “That’s the stupidest explanation I ever heard. Come on, just summon some water and heal him!” “Um, that probably isn’t a good idea…” “You’re nervous?” asked Hahli. “Must be the laryngitis talking. Don’t worry, I’ll just do it myself! We have Element Extraction Entities for this sort of thing.” Over 2015 Gali’s increasingly worried protests, the Ga-Matoran withdrew a Rahi shaped like a teapot with a trumpet for a head. “I call it an EEE for short. Okay, EEE, do your stuff!” She threw the EEE at 2015 Gali. “Wait! No! Get it off me, I’m not Gali!” protested the costumed Toa. The Rahi latched its trumpet-head onto the Toa’s face and started to absorb elemental energy. Hahli pointed to the unconscious Toa, instructing the EEE to release the energy in their direction. At the very same moment the EEE started to release, 2015 Tahu sat up, rubbing their head and looking around in confusion. The EEE turned, followed Hahli’s gesture to spot the Toa in the Tahu costume, and immediately jumped toward their face. Just as the Rahi latched on, 2015 Tahu stood up and put their hands up, making the EEE stick to their hand instead. The Rahi unleashed a torrent of elemental energy that proceeded to bury Hahli, 2015 Gali, the Healing Hut, a good chunk of the Colosseum, and the entire lower half of 2015 Tahu in earth. 2015 Gali sighed. “Well, that happened. Why is it always me, anyway?” Tava, Takanuva, and Gali2 came running to the Moto-Hub as soon as they could. “'Early Black Friday sale!?!?!?!?!?'” exclaimed Gali2 happily. “Roof of the Moto-Hub? Count me in!” “'Never-before-discovered Pie flavor on the Moto-Hub!' Let’s go!” said Tava, running beside her. “'Find a Better Job than Lewa’s Giving You (because he’s a greedy and terrible boss), One Time Only On The Moto-Hub Roof?' I’m definitely there!” said Takanuva excitedly. The moment they dashed through the door at the top of the stairs, they heard 2015 Lewa shout, “Stop.” Surprised, they immediately skidded to a halt, crashing into one another and falling into a pile in the doorway. 2015 Lewa put their megaphone down and crossed over to the door, holding it open. “Come on, Tamaru, let’s go downstairs.” The Le-Matoran, surprisingly, shook his head. “Oh, what now?” “I want to see you fly me down; I’ve never seen the great Toa Lewa in action before! Look, there’s a whole crowd!” Both costumed Toa peered over the edge of the roof to see that there was indeed a crowd of orange-dyed Le-Matoran clustered below. “It’ll be cool!” “Tava,” said 2015 Onua suddenly, “you know what? I bet all those Matoran down there have never seen one of your famous Trampoline Pies. You should go down there and make an extra-big one for them!” “No,” said Takanuva, shaking his head firmly. “AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH!!” screamed 2015 Lewa. “Where’s my promised sale?” asked Gali2, looking around. Tava, for his part, extricated himself and ran down the stairs, summoning a Trampoline Pie along the way using his Toa powers. “Hey guys, check this out!” the Toa of Pie called to the assembled Matoran. 2015 Lewa wiped his forehead. “Finally…” they muttered. “Come on, Tamaru, let’s go!” “Awesome-cool!” said the Le-Matoran, climbing onto 2015 Lewa’s back. The costumed Toa steeled himself, then ironed himself, then bronzed himself, then coppered himself, then ran through the rest of the metals he knew about before finally taking a running start and leaping off of the building. They hit the Trampoline Pie and bounced...and kept going...way higher than expected. Tava looked at his Toa tool sheepishly. “Oops, I think I accidentally made that one extra-strength...sorry!” He then proceeded to sprout wool and start baaing due to his sheepishness. “We have to go after him!” said 2015 Onua, jumping onto the Trampoline Pie and following 2015 Lewa’s accidental flight. Gali2 and Takanuva looked at each other and shrugged. “Fancy going after them?” Gali2 asked him. “No.” “AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!” shouted 2015 Lewa as they plummeted into the now dirt-filled Colosseum. “Oof.” “Hey, Lewa,” said 2015 Tahu, buried up to their waist in dirt. “We’ve been having some...issues. Oh! You got Tamaru down!” “MMmmmmmppphhh.” 2015 Lewa’s face was buried in the dirt. “At least that dirt inexplicably got rid of the rocks,” said 2015 Pohatu, looking up at where Turaga Matau’s vehicle had somehow been instantly repaired and was now hovering over the Colosseum, Matau still arguing with Nokama inside it. “Where’s 2015 Gali, by the way?” “Down there somewhere,” said 2015 Tahu, shrugging. “She’ll be fine.” “We’ve been over this, Gali isn’t dressed as herself!” said an annoyed 2015 Kopaka. “Hey, what’s that?” They all looked up to see 2015 Onua plunge into the dirt beside them. “Hi everyone,” said the newest arrival, costume mask askew. The dirt shifted, and 2015 Gali stuck their head out of it. “Sorry about that. Here’s Hahli, by the way.” They reached down and lifted the Ga-Matoran out of the dirt, placing her next to the assembled Toa. Next to them, the dirt having brought them to the level of the Colosseum box, Dume was looking from one Toa to another so fast they all thought his pumpkin head would fly off. “How--what just--I don’t--Halloween is--costumes--you know what, I’m not even going to try,” he said finally. “Why do I bother?” A certain green Dark Hunter immediately flew in, bonking Dume over the head for stealing his line. The Toa all looked at the sight, then at each other, and started laughing for several minutes. Then, 2015 Gali stopped. “Why are we laughing?” they asked. THE END Skritch the Word Counting Fikou: This comedy has 3,585 words. ~Happy Halloween from Lewa# Studios! Lewa0111 Nuva (P.S. Try to guess who's who!)
  14. I redesigned the 8998 set. I made him taller, bulkier, and get rid of the ugly yellow parts. I've also updated his sword and shield. Full album: http://imgur.com/a/k6vfP (Also I'm not seeing a way to edit HTML to resize these things?)
  15. Hey guys it's Gwideon Here and today I have my main toa team here for you to enjoy so lets get into it. First off we have my self moc Ethos So yeah he is a bit basic but I like him. I still think he could be better. Next up we have Eliptis She is probably my favorite of my toa builds and is a perfect example of my style. Next we have the leader of the team Magmus. He has my first custom torso on him. Finally we have Sylos. Sylos is another beautiful example of my style. I hope you enjoyed. Feel free to comment and stay awesome.
  16. Stroxx

    Diaries of Destral

    So, let's do something out of the box. This is going to be an enterily handdrawn comic, with Makuta (the species) being one of it's main focus! I've been trying to pull together something like this for years, but I only got around doing it only recently. Some of the first pages are going to look a bit wonky, because they have been revised directly from their old work file, but I hope you're going to enjoy the ride nontheless. Diaries of Destral As the title suggests, and mentioned before, this is going to be a mainly Makuta focus comic. The setting is directly a few days before the ending of the Metru Nui civil war, when our good, venerable Teridax is dispatched to the city island to finally solve a 400 years old problem. Chapter 01 - Angry Fish: Makuta Sethuldur, after his apprentice has been abducted by his latest catch, he sets out to save the wayward Toa of Gravity from his rather... erhm.. angry prey. ]Main Cover | Prolouge Cover | Chapter 01 | Prolouge: Page 01 | Page 02 | Page 03 | Page 04 | Page 05 | Page 06 || Chapter 01 : Page 01 | Page 02 | Page 03 | Page 04 | Page 05 | Page 06 | Page 07 | Page 08 | Page 09 | Page 10 | Page 11 | Page 12 | Page 13 | Page 14 | Page 15 | Oct.28th! | 2015-10-21 Edit: Next page up! Next week: FINALLY FIGHT! Someone's gonna have a bad time! Can Seth get Traqq out in time? Characters With clickable links! YAY! The Story so far These icons will be clickable very soon! =) Prolouge: Ironically, our story starts waaaaay down south from the city, at the islandic region of the Twin Gates, where things are dull and peacful usually. Aside from the seasonal super-storms that lay waste to the region every half a year or so. The Matoran population of this forsaken parts of the Domes are strewn across a myriad of tropical islands in villages with only a dwindling number of barely two dozen Toa patrolling on the unpredictable waves and shelves of the ocean on their makeshift boats. Most of these Toa are barely a few seasons old in their office as the frequent storm and other natural elements easily puts a dent on their numbers. Such is like Traqq, the fresh Toa of Gravity, who has joined on a fishing trip with the ever-so adventurous Makuta Sethuldur who often pays a visit to the region, enjoying the hectic nature of the weather and occasionally helping out the ordinary and welcoming people that endure it.
  17. Given all the fantastically detailed entries in the contest, I decided that something evocative but simple was best. Though I didn't have a whole lot of time to sink into the project, I'm reasonably satisfied with the result. Thoughts?
  18. So for a while now I been trying to make 3d printable kanohi mask and made some masks and had some pieces commissioned for my self, however ultimately they failed because of flaws in the models that could not be over come. However they still look cool.
  19. Hey Everyone, I went to shop.lego.com today and noticed that 70787 Tahu Master of Fire, 70783 Protector of Fire, and 70778 Protector of Jungle are "Retiring Soon." Has anybody else noticed this? I find it strange that they would be retiring these sets when they've only been out less than a year. Link: http://shop.lego.com/en-US/BIONICLE-Theme ~KopakaFan116
  20. tourmalinex

    What If comic

    This is my first comic and its comes in 3 parts. This comic deals with what if the Toa failed and new universe was created. However none of the original Toa star in this comic this is a universe without them. Tempus - Part One Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Tempus - Part Two Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Tempus - Three - The End Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Page 26
  21. TOA TAHAE Once a lowly thief, Tahae was transformed into a mighty Toa by a mysterious relic she had stolen. She uses her new-found power to control and intimidate. Front Back Pose Weaponry Toa Tahae utilises ToaLeewan's LW1 gearbox design, and uses pieces from the XSZ Iron Patriot figure.
  22. Ekimu is evil. You can tell because his name starts with 'E'. Evil begins with 'E'. Furthermore, Ekimu and Evil share an I, making Ekimu more evil. Ekimu? More like Evilkimu. And of course, everything he says about Makuta is not to be trusted. Also, he was sealed in a coffin by the Protectors. What if that wasn't because he was, uh, weak? What if that was because he was a source of great evil and had to be sealed away, and now he has manipulated the entirety of Okoto into reawakening him? Now he is free, ready to unleash his minions, and unleash them, he did.... [MASK OF LIGHT MUSIC] But seriously, what if Ekimu betrays the Toa?
  23. Skull Grinder laughed. It, a mere reanimated skeleton taller than most of the Toa and a very big staff and also a sword for some reason, had defeated all six Toa with little effort, mostly because, as a skeleton, it didn't feel pain. (Skeletons usually don't feel pain.) It didn't have a brain either, but it would prefer not to dwell on the ramifications of being a reanimated skeleton while it was picking on Ekimu, an opponent half its size and with the ability to feel pain. Ekimu was also not at his most powerful, lacking the Mask of Creation which was in Skull Grinder's staff. Skull Grinder waved it around menacingly, and also taunt Ekimu. It also wrote 'YOU SUCK' with its inexplicably appearing-out-of-nowhere and mentioned-never-before laser eyes. Have we established that Skull Grinder is powerful yet? (no, not enough (okay)) Skull Grinder then knocked Ekimu aside with one blow from his staff, sending Ekimu flying, and, frustratingly for Ekimu, sent the gold-blue protector mask flying off of his face. Having won this battle, Skull Grinder walked other to the defeated Toa and laughed skeletoningly. Tahu, almost unable to breath underneath the rest of the Toa, managed to yell a question: "If you're just a Skeleton... how can you defeat ME, the MASTER OF FIIIIIRRREEEE?" Tahu then proceeded to explode the other Toa away from Skull Grinder into an inexplicably dangerous place that would be inexplicably safe for them to rest using the power of BIONICLE G2 Episode Animation, and then began to run at Skull Grinder with his lava-swords at the ready, like he had done so many times before. He also didn't have a plan, he was too distracted by Skull Grinder's chin. Tahu, not knowing the bonuses of being a skeleton, wondered if the chin was the source of Skull Grinder's power as Skull Grinder managed to steal his mask with his sword, causing Tahu to drop to the ground. Skull Grinder then put Tahu's Mask of Fire on its face, draining it of all elemental energy before throwing it back to Tahu because Tahu would inevitably get it back anyway, and also giving the Transparent Orange Mask of Fire a place in G2 Canon as members of the Cult of the Transparent Orange Mask of Fire (COTTOMOF) cheered in the background from nowhere in particular. Tahu gasped for air, almost crawling towards the location of Lewa before remembering this wasn't G1, and instead had to settle for gasping for jungle. He managed to ask another question, unable to yell it this time, as he was drained of elemental power and one of the abilities of fire was yelling things. "You're just a Skeleton... I'm more than a Skeleton! My skeleton is better than yours! It has armour!" Skull Grinder slowly walked towards Tahu, with no facial expression because Skeletons don't have facial expressions because they don't have faces. It knelt down, and stared Tahu in the face behind the mask, silently uttering the most shocking thing Tahu had ever heard since his arrival on Okoto. "No... I am your Skeleton." And then Tahu was Skull Grinder. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ What if the Skull sets were the skeletons of their corresponding Toa?
  24. Note: Knowledge of Kingdom Hearts helps Clavis is a mysterious Toa that arrived in Okoto soon after Tahu and his team. His origins are unknown, but he controls the element of lightning, wields a Keyblade, and wears a mysterious mask that is able to change shape and powers at will. He tends to keep to himself, however, Gali stumbled upon him one day... and he seemed to be having a conversation with his mask... His armor also seems to adapt to any new environment. Current Version: 1.5 Armor Composition: Adaptive Protosteel Operating System: Mata Nui ---------------------------------------------------------- Toa Element: Lightning Default Mask: Kanohi Ignika (shaped as glowing, golden Mask of Stone) Weaponry: Skull Shocker Keyblade v1.5, Electro Shield v1.5, Shoulder Cannon (formerly), Dual Electric Blades/Hoverboard Armor v1.0 (Adapted for Skull Spiders) Unequipped v1.0 Clavis Equipped v1.0 Clavis Skull Shocker Keyblade v1.0 Electro Shield v1.0 Dual Electric Blades/Hoverboard Upon entering the graveyard in Okoto, Clavis was infected by Kulta's evil energy. The Ignika ejected itself and Mata Nui fought with an infected Clavis. Infected Clavis with evil energy mask Armor v1.5 (Adapted for Skeleton Opponents) Equipped v1.5 Clavis
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