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  1. This is something that I've actually been done with for quite a while but never got around to posting so I'm super happy to finally be showing this to you guys! Some of you may remember seeing this render of the toa Hagah from a fan project a long time ago; well I was actually the one to work on these toa and design their masks! Ever since that render was made I've been asked countless times if I would ever make 3D printed versions of them and I'm happy to say that that's exactly what I've done! I couldn't just settle for copying my original (and now very outdated) designs, however, and decided to give all of them full revamps. An astounding amount of effort and time went into these masks and I think I can proudly say that they are some of the highest quality 3D printed masks that I've ever seen, fitting in perfectly with the other two toa Hagah that were lucky enough to have official sets. But enough with the talk! I'll let the pictures speak for themselves! Flickr Albums for individual masks: Pouks, Kualus, Bomonga, Gaaki I also have an unboxing video: link and of course here is a link to my Shapeways Shop where all fours masks are available for purchase! Link
  2. So, the anxiously anticipated LEGO House is officially open to the public today in Billund. Back in mid-2015, Faber jumped on his personal blog that he uses to discuss anything of relevance to himslef and posted an entry that pretty specifically implicated that there will be a decent amount of late 1990's and early 2000's G1 memorabilia and concepts on display there. From the original post: "The phonecall confirmed that Bionicle will have a prominent place in that history since it was the "The toy that saved LEGO" (quote from J∅rgen Vig Knudstorp) and suddenly all my Turaga beach crates full of old sketches gets interest." As it is, I think that we saw a brief glimpse of a display featuring the Toa Mata back in 2016; is anyone aware of what else is down there? Heck, does anyone know a fellow who's going? -Azani
  3. [Digital Render] Toa Trava (Friend's OC) by Artemiy Karpinskiy, on Flickr “I didn’t get my Toa Stone from anyone, I found it. On the remains of an old corpse that had fallen at the hands of some of the nastier wildlife, the types that I didn’t even know of at the time. I became the outlander of the local Toa. Taking care of the forest, watching for really nasty predators and making sure they weren’t dangerous, taking out poachers, there was a pretty good amount of stuff to do.” — Trava This is an OC of my good friend Geardirector, a Toa of Plantlife Trava, commissioned by him as a birthday present. Here on BZPower Trava is a character from BZPRPG, a Lesterin of Plantlife. But in a Bionicle AU project called Technorealm she is a Toa. * * * If you like what I do and you want to see me create your OC, a favorite Bionicle Character, or something else, feel free to look up my Commission Info! I also run a Patreon page, so please consider supporting!
  4. It has been a very long time since my last post. I took a long break from bionicle but I watched the Piraka Animations and I'm back into it. So I took a few pictures. Toa Nuparu visiting an isolated lake in Voya Nui. Toa Nuparu flying above the Desert of Sorrows. Reidak the beastly Piraka in pursuit of Dalu.
  5. Hello Bionicle fans, I am selling my last batch of Bionicle sealed sets on Bricklink, still with the best prices, and I am offering free Bionicle prototypes from 2001 : Place an order of min. $400 in my store and get a free Bionicle mask prototype from 2001 ($400 value) : choose among Green Miru, Trans-Dark Blue Kaukau gone! Place an order of min. $400 in my store and get a free Bionicle mask prototype from 2001 ($400 value) : Red Hau gone! Place an order of min. $800 in my store and get a free Toa prototype + free Bionicle mask prototype from 2001 ($800 value) : Toa Kopaka + White Akaku new! Place an order of min. $900 in my store and get a free Toa prototype + free rock prototype + free Bionicle mask prototype from 2001 ($900 value) : Toa Pohatu + Rock + Brown Kakama First come, first served! Click here to go to my BL store PS : Buy from BZP (not BL) and pay with Paypal Friends or IBAN, and get a 5% discount! Still possible to buy (no discount, Paypal Friends or IBAN only) : Full set of 96 Krana $250 $120 Full set of 48 Krana-Kal $150 $80 Full set of Kanoka including "175", TRK, Tan, Disc of Time $300 $160
  6. "She closed her eyes and drew upon all her power. If she had any doubt or regrets, she pushed them aside. Helryx would do what she had always done: whatever was necessary." — Narrator, Reign of Shadows [Render] Toa Helryx by Artemiy Karpinskiy, on Flickr Helryx was the first Toa ever designed by the Great Beings. She never was a Matoran, and possesses both immense Elemental Power capabilities and a unique Mask of Psychometry that allows her to read the past of items she touches. Helryx long since forgone the Toa Code, because for her mission and purpose - leading the secretive Order of Mata Nui - its restrictions are but a liability. Wise and sublime like a stormy weather in an open ocean, she leads her Order to oppose anyone who wants to harm the Matoran or the Great Spirit. She's a cunning politician, but make no mistake: she may take what she wants with force, and erase you and everything in a radius of several kio, and will not think twice. Her appearance is frail, but her body is prepared for combat, although she prefers using her mace and shield to channel her Elemental Powers. This model is based off Demitsorou's drawing: http://demitsorou.deviantart.com/art/Toa-Helryx-547515051 * * * If you like what I do and you want to see me create your OC, a favorite Bionicle Character, or something else, feel free to look up my Commission Info! I also now have a Patreon page, so please consider supporting!
  7. Some artwork, a lot of theorizing, and a big essay... basically, this is my distilled thoughts on how a Toa (or more likely a Matoran, but I used my Toa Lis as a model) would be built. Enjoy. -- 1 – The Frame One starts with the frame: the bare skeleton. Toa and Matoran bones are inorganic, made of metal. Compared to a human skeleton, several major differences are apparent: first, Toa lack a ribcage or similar structure, featuring only a sternum with hole in the middle for the fitting of the heartlight. The second is the structure of the spine; a spine is the core of a Toa or Matoran’s body, composed of ten tubular sections (vertebrae) connected by ball joints. Each vertebra is fitted with a large metal ring; these rings will form the outer frame of the spinal assembly later on. The #1, #4, #7, and #10 vertebrae (counting from the top) are of particular interest: #1 is bolted to the base of the skull (and hidden by the skull from most angles), #4 is fitted with hinges to which the shoulder cups attach and two rings that wrap around the shoulder cups to connect to the top of the sternum, #7 is fitted with a small inner ring for the spinal assembly and a large outer ring that connects to the base of the sternum, and #10 is significantly wider than the others and connects to the hip assembly. The spine, though strong, is extraordinarily flexible; when not fitted with dampening pistons or other obstructions in the waist area, a Toa or Matoran can turn their upper body just over 90 degrees to the left and right without moving their hips at all. Besides featuring prominently in the spine, ball joints are also used in the shoulders, hips, and in the fitting of the hands and feet, enabling a wide range of movement for the limbs. The knees and elbows use simpler hinge joints. Both hands and feet only consist of a core piece at this point: the palm for the hands and the heel for the feet, still lacking digits. Though the limbs are nearly identical in construction in everything other than scale and appendage, of note is that the lower leg construction features an additional two bones. These are usually not load-bearing, but serve to limit the range of movement of the feet to prevent injury of the ankle joints. Some Toa will have a similar assembly fitted to their lower arms to bolster the wrist joints for use of heavy weapons, but this not included in the standard build. Proportions can vary based on need as well; Toa of Earth are routinely constructed with larger upper bodies and arms to help in digging, while Toa of Water are made slightly slimmer in the shoulder area and with stronger legs to be more streamlined and powerful swimmers (coincidentally mimicking the body proportions of a female Glatorian to some degree; it has been speculated that this resemblance led the great beings to make Toa and Matoran of water female). Also notable are the ‘nodes’ fitted on key points of all the bones: these are anchor points for the reservoirs and muscle strands to be attached later on. They also feature conduits leading into the hollow center-section of each bone; a Toa’s circulatory system, which provides both nutrients and oxygen to the muscle strands and reservoirs, is internal to their skeleton. Before the frame is fitted with reservoirs and muscle strands, the flexible tubes that connect these hollow sections through the joints to produce a water-tight circulatory system are also the only thing that holds it all together. Nerve strands, thin copper wires connected to the brain that can carry electrical signals that tell muscle strands to contract, are also fitted internally with these tubes. By nature, most of the nodes are found close to the joints that the muscle strands they will feed need to move. Lastly, the skull is constructed of several pieces: the braincase, an upper and lower jaw, a hinge to connect the two, and a reinforcing structure. The braincase is boxy in shape, features two holes in the front for the eyes, and is connected to the #1 vertebra at the lower back, becoming the base for the whole skull in the process. The upper jaw and hinge are fitted straight to brackets incorporated into the bottom of the brain case, with the lower jaw fitted to the hinge in turn. The reinforcing structure consists of thicker metal plates that are fitted around the eye sockets and forehead. It features connection points for a kanohi and is designed to absorb most of the impact of any blow to the head through these points. Lastly, the jaws are fitted with teeth. Toa and Matoran only need to eat rarely if they have access to a regular electrical (or rarely elemental) recharge point; eating more often makes the teeth prone to corrosion, making periodic re-fitting and polishing a necessity. Due to this additional maintenance, Toa, Matoran, and other beings in the Matoran Universe with the exception of the Skakdi disliked eating. 2 – Core Organs and Brain The organs needed to keep both the electrical and organic parts of the body working are fitted next. First comes the completion of the spine assembly: a single digestive tract, running from the back of the mouth to the base of the spine, is fitted anterior to the spine. Once the Toa or Matoran is activated, the tract will partially fill with a highly acidic substance capable of breaking down any organic material and a fair number of metals, too, turning them into a slurry of organic molecules that, when diluted into the bloodstream, drives the healing and refreshing of both muscle strands and reservoirs. Metals are broken down into microscopic fragments that remain suspended in the bloodstream until they are needed to fix a broken bone. Though it has an entrance in the mouth, the digestive tract of a Toa, Matoran, or many other related beings in the Matoran Universe does not have an exit; in the event that a Toa consumes something that they cannot digest (even though they have, on average, a month between meals to do so), the only way that they can get rid of it is to vomit it back up. A reservoir is wrapped around the digestive tract and spinal column, filling the rest of the space between them and the spinal assembly’s outer rings and insulating both from extreme temperatures. Lastly, a thick fabric composed of layers upon layers of thin, bare muscle strands known as flexweave is stretched between the rings and attached to their insides to both cover and protect everything within the spinal assembly and to make the assembly mobile; the final result can move like a snake but is more rigid to support the weight of everything attached around the chest and shoulder area. Since spinal assembly, when completed, is able to take in energy through the digestive tract and store it in the reservoir and the flexweave can absorb oxygen from air, a Toa head and spinal assembly can be kept alive entirely on their own without anything else attached if need be (pit mutagen reduced the Piraka to nothing but their heads and spines, and they still lived by the same mechanism). Once the spinal assembly is completed, a respiration system is fitted between the sternum and the spinal assembly. Its core is the heart pump, fitted right behind the sternum for protection. It pumps blood from the circulatory system through the air exchangers, oxygenizing it to supply all the organic components of the Toa’s body. Fitted with the pump is the heartlight, which indicates the pump is running by pulsing at a rate proportional to the pump’s current RPM. An irregular or absent beat of the heartlight therefore indicates problems with the pump, which need to be addressed quickly; if the pump stops, so does the oxygen supply to the reservoirs and the muscle strands, rendering a Toa immobile within about two hours (even then, it would likely take at least a week before they would die by dehydration or even longer by starvation). The air exchangers fill most of the chest and look like sacs of a tightly woven, metallic fabric, but inside they look more like radiators, filled with permeable blood vessels that absorb oxygen from the air into the bloodstream while expelling gaseous or liquid waste from the muscle strands as vapor. They incorporate muscle strands that alternately contract the top and bottom of the air exhangers, pumping fresh air through them and allowing the Toa to breathe. Since the only way to fit them is through the back of the skull, a Toa’s eyes are fitted into their head before their brain is. The eyes are intricate cameras, assembled as units that contain an adjustable lens for focus and very limited telescopic vision and are fitted inside of a thin, spherical protective casing. Small muscle strands stretched between this casing and nodes on the inside of the skull allow the eyes to move and point in different directions, though they usually move in tandem. After the eyes are fitted, the brain follows. A Toa’s brain is a very pure crystal, whose atoms or molecules make up a matrix that works like a neural network, receiving, processing, and sending out electrical pulses. It’s got contact nodes on the front that connect to the eyes and a large one on its base that connects with the neural network and a power cable coming up from the spinal assembly. Rubber or similar shock absorbers are fitted between the brain and its case to ensure a blow to the case does not damage the hard but brittle brain. Also fitted on the head is a lower facial cover; a thin metal structure that fits tightly around the jaw assembly and incorporates a thick protective ring around the mouth. It also incorporates a set of thin metal plates that close to form a mouth in front of the teeth and can be bent by muscles behind them to allow the mouth to make some simple expressions. The lower facial cover prevents scraps of food from spilling out of the mouth when the Toa eats something, and two cylindrical extrusions on the side that fit over the jaw hinge of the skull and are tipped with additional connection points for kanohi. Deeper in the throat, the facial cover also includes several thick, stretchy filaments whose tension and position can be controlled by small muscle strands. When air is blown over them, these strands vibrate and produce sound, becoming vocal cords. Lastly, the frame structure is completed with the addition of digits to the hands and feet. A standard Toa’s hands have four fingers and a thumb, though the fingers can be paired by extensions to produce two larger, stronger fingers at the expense of dexterity, such as was done with Onua Mata’s hands to turn them into very effective clawed shovels. By the same token, the fingers of a Toa of Air are usually longer and naturally curved as to grasp branches and climb more easily. Matoran usually have three or two fingers, with similar tribal variations. Standard Toa and Matoran feet have two large toes that articulate individually, allowing them to clasp onto uneven terrain features to a limited degree. Again, though, there is room for modification based on need, and most Toa armor includes heavy-tipped boots that greatly limit the articulation of their toes to offer better protection. Both the fingers and toes resemble a miniature version of the core structure of the spine and are articulated by flexweave contained within their segments. 3 – Insulation, Energy Storage, and V-Bands Though fairly resilient, the air exchangers and heart pump function best when kept within a reasonable temperature range and free of dust. To keep them working optimally, then, a the chest must be sealed. On the surface, this is done through a fine metal mesh stretched from the upper ring from the #4 vertebra to the larger ring of the #7 vertebra. The mesh is strong enough to offer some protection and is lined with a film on the inside to keep out dust, but it does little to insulate from heat: for this, bladders of battery gel called reservoirs are used. Battery gel is a gelatinous, organic substance capable of absorbing and storing tremendous amounts of heat, making it an excellent thermal regulator. It can also store a great electrical charge, allowing it to function as a battery to run the Toa’s heart pump and brain and giving the substance its name. Battery gel tends to liquefy in contact with air or metal, however, and is therefore contained in tough, flexible bladders called reservoirs (also made of organic materials) that are fitted all over the body. The largest reservoir on the body is fitted to the base of the skull and drapes out over the shoulders to cover most of the chest area and down to a similar position on the back. It encases the ball joints of the shoulders, releasing and sealing a lubricant into them to keep them from seizing and over the bones of the arms to keep the blood inside them from boiling or freezing in extreme temperatures. The nodules still poke through it, however, to allow attachment of the muscle strands over the top of it. The second largest reservoir is fitted around the Toa’s hips, encasing the hip joints, the bones in the thighs, and the lower legs down to the ankles. Together, these two main reservoirs store a significant amount of electrical energy, organic molecules to fuel the automatic maintenance and repair of muscle strands, and keep the core structure at working temperature. Below the surface, there are three additional reservoirs that serve a more special purpose. The first, already mentioned, is fitted around the spine and digestive tract inside the spinal assembly, serving mostly as a store for organic molecules produced by the breaking down of food in the digestive tract, a battery for the brain, supplier of lubricant to the spine, and as insulation for the digestive tract and spine. The second is fitted below the heart pump and air exchangers and completely plugs the gap between the spinal assembly and the larger ring of the #7 vertebra, sealing the chest cavity completely from the outside world in the process. Though small in surface area, it is thick in volume and serves as the primary battery for the heart pump. The third and smallest of the reservoirs is fitted inside the cylindrical extrusions of the lower facial cover; it lubricates the jaw hinge and services the otherwise difficult-to-get to muscle strands that articulate the jaw. The elaborate shape of the reservoirs and the area that they cover may lead one to believe that they are excessively difficult to apply and vulnerable to damage. Neither of these assumptions is true due to a particular property of the material that the reservoirs themselves are made of: their ‘skin’ is self-sealing. True, a piercing of a reservoir will lead to some battery gel leaking out, but the fissure will rapidly close as chemical bonding of the skin pulls its sides closely together and fuses them. This property also makes application of the reservoirs easy; for example, the largest reservoir, that covering the upper torso, neck, and arms, is in fact a composite of seven smaller reservoirs that, having been in contact for an extended period of time, have fused together by the same mechanism that allows them to seal punctures to form one cohesive cover over the entire top of the body. Waiting for these reservoirs to fuse is the longest ‘dead time’ that is usually taken during the construction of a Matoran or Toa, as it takes about a week to naturally complete. When all the reservoirs are in place (but not yet fused), two metal bands are fitted to the body. Often called V-bands for their shape when viewed from the front, one is fitted to the base of the neck and another around the hips. The bands are thick enough to serve as some armor for these particularly vulnerable areas, but their primary function is to serve as anchor points and guides for the muscle strands that will be stretched through underneath them. Their location is therefore significant; the upper V-band separates the neck from the torso, allowing muscle strands in that area to remain more tightly packed for both insulation and protection, and the lower V-band does the same for the legs, allowing many muscles to be tightly packed around the hips without them interfering with each other. To those familiar with the construction of a Matoran body, the shape of the V-band is a good indicator of a gender: from the front, it’s more V-shaped on female and T-shaped on male bodies. Unlike the Glatorian on which their body layout was originally based, however, neither Toa nor Matoran actually have any practical reason for wearing bands of a particular shape; these shapes are, in effect, a kind of evolutionary holdover from a previous iteration of their design. Lastly, thin, concave metal lids are fitted on the eyes to work as eyelids and provide protection to the eyes when shut. 4 – Muscles With all supply mechanisms for them in place, the muscle strands can be attached. Their layout roughly follows that of the human body, but with some notable differences. First, Toa and Matoran possess nowhere near the complex array of facial muscles that humans do, instead leaving the skull and the lower face cover mostly bare. The exception lies in some intricate work done around the eyes, where small muscles can produce a significant number of expressions. Secondly, no muscle strands cover the waist, since its movement is already taken care of by the spinal assembly and its flexweave. Some strands are added around the neck to more adequately support the head (kanohi, being made of metal, aren’t exactly lightweight), but the majority of strands are used primarily to animate the limbs, which are practically coated in full length. The strands covering the chest and those following a similar pattern around the back are used to adjust the shoulders and hence improve the movement range of the arms. Small muscle strains are added on the inside of the fingers and toes as well, to provide the directed strength needed for a good grip that the flexweave alone cannot provide. As with the base frame, muscle strand layout can be varied depending on the type of Toa or Matoran that is being produced. The standard model, for example, employs ‘double-stranding,’ the fitting of two large strands from the same node on top of each other as opposed to using just one, only in the legs to allow great jumping and climbing ability, but Toa and Matoran of Earth employ it in their arms and chest area as well to provide tremendous upper body strength at the expense of greater energy consumption. In fact, any Toa or Matoran can, by adding or removing strands (up to triple layering is possible, and more with modifications to the nodes) greatly customize their strength and how they can best apply it, balancing strength in the right areas for their weapon, for example, with moderating the stress that running more strands places on their heart pump, air exchangers, and the rest of their circulatory system. For example, Toa of Water often triple-layer their legs to allow them to produce great bursts of speed underwater with fin-like appendages on their feet. The muscle strands themselves consist of fibrous organic material stretched between two node connectors and wrapped in the same material that lines the inside of the chest cavity to keep out dust. Each muscle strand is a self-contained unit that is supplied entirely through the nodes, making replacement a relatively easy job. Injured strands do slowly heal, but as with parts of a Toa’s body, it is best to replace one if it has sustained significant damage rather than wait for it to fix itself. Unless they are completely cut in half, even severely damaged muscle strands can be hooked up to a node in a refurbishing station and allowed to heal by themselves and later be offered as a replacement to someone else; a form of body-part recycling. It should be noted that, apart from the addition of a Kanohi mask, a Toa’s body is at this point functionally complete. In fact, without the weight and constraints on movement that armor adds, Toa are especially strong and agile and many habitually wear only their torso armor unless they expect to enter a combat scenario at some point soon. However, as their intended occupation was the defense of the Matoran, their bodies were explicitly designed with clearance for armor in mind; even when triple-layered with muscle strands, large gaps between a Toa’s thighs and between their torso and arms allow for the application of significant amounts of armor without causing the body parts to start interfering with each other’s range of movement. 5 – Armor To a large degree for Toa and to some degree for Matoran, armor follows a set template. Armor around the chest area is worn full-time by all as it compensates for the lack of an internal ribcage, protecting the vital air exchangers and heart pump. Matoran usually wear armored boots and protection for their shins and lower arms as well, since those are areas that are both relatively vulnerable to begin with and most likely to be subjected to damage over the course of daily work or travel. Whether to wear shoulder armor is usually a personal preference thing for the Matoran (though it is popular with Onu-Matoran in particular), and only Fe-Matoran take it further by fitting plates over their thighs and upper arms. A fully-equipped Toa will usually have all these armor pieces and in greater thickness than Matoran have. Some also use small interlocking plates to cover and protect their throats. While armor on the limbs usually consists of simple (if decorated) hinged tubes that can be locked around part of a limb, torso armor is a lot more involved to make and personalized the owner, even if the owner is a Matoran. For Toa, the weight of their armor and the whole upper body structure does mean that the spinal assembly has to work hard to hold the whole body upright, however. Because of this, torso armor worn by Toa usually incorporates at least two dampening pistons in the waist area, which help to stabilize the upper body, carry the weight of the armor, and hence reduce the stress on the spinal assembly at the expense of some flexibility in the torso. Toa with particularly heavy upper-body structures, like Toa of Earth, often use at least four of dampening pistons full-time to avoid back problems, but for most two is enough and they only use them when fully kitted up for war; when not carrying full armor and a heavy weapon around, their spinal assembly manages fine on its own. The last thing to be added and usually the trigger for a Matoran or Toa’s activation is their kanohi. Though it is known that Matoran without kanohi will weaken and slip into a coma and Toa without kanohi will become exceedingly weak, the method by which the kanohi achieves this is not well understood. Theories abound, and most postulate that some interaction between the brain and the kanohi provides the strengthening effect by turning the kanohi into some kind of magnetic dome capable of amplifying the brain’s signals to where they are strong enough to actually control the body. Evidence for these theories lies in the fact that the material that kanohi are made of has strong magnetic properties and that the attachment points for the mask can induce a current into the kanohi. Inducing a current into the kanohi (or perhaps intensifying it) is also the way to activate the runes, usually carved on the inside, that provide the kanohi with their power. A notable difference between kanohi produced before and after the Reformation can be found in their mouths: pre-reformation kanohi are often fitted with slats or louvres that cover the mouth completely for additional protection, while still allowing the wearer to breathe through them. These structures were usually removable to allow the wearer to eat when required, but since that was at worst a monthly occurrence and sustenance could just as easily be gotten through charging points, most used these covers full-time. However, in the aftermath of the battle between Mata Nui and Teridax, the Matoran Universe suffered a complete loss of power and hence charging points could no longer be used; Toa, Matoran, and a host of other beings had to turn food for all their nourishment, making the covers more trouble than they were worth. Maintenance issues with teeth due to the major dietary changes were eventually resolved by coating the teeth in a tough, enamel-like substance already long in use by the Skakdi, and before long eating became a less disliked activity for the Matoran Universe’s former residents. Though Spherus Magna now does have an electrical infrastructure capable of supporting a large number of charging points, Matoran society at large now has little reason to build or use them. -- Full Sequence: What do you think? I'd particularly like to know what the discrepancies with what is known canonically about producing these beings... I don't know much about it myself.
  8. Hi everyone, I have something fairly unusual for you all: an attempt at making the classic Toa Kaita from the new Uniter sets! Disclaimer time: The leg design for Wairuha was directly inspired by JakTheMad's Ultimate Wairuha on the BZPower Flickr Group. HOWEVER, this, along with the rest of Wairuha, has been reworked, redesigned, and customized to use only pieces from the Uniters and suit my personal style of building. While Akamai does use some similar techniques, he is even further removed from the original source (Not that you can tell ). None of this is meant to infringe on or take credit for JakTheMad's innovative design. If the similarities are here considered problematic, I have no issue with this topic being dragged to the pit by Botar. Link to Imgur Gallery (also features a frightened Umarak and a few possible Unity modes): https://imgur.com/a/wOvdQ I tried to incorporate as many features from the Uniters as possible; Both figures have a full waist swivel function and can unite with most of the creatures. The weapons can switch between two one-handed weapons and one two-handed weapon per figure. Akamai's weapon hilariously features Onua's six-shooter, Tahu's extending blade function, and Pohatu's wrecking ball in one goofy-looking gadget. Also, if anyone wants to build these guys, I'll be working on step-by-step instructions for them. Thanks for checking this out!
  9. These two masks took up 2 months of my time to make and I considered them one of my hardest projects. However, the commission fee was not paid and the buyer disappeared. These can be fond on my Shapeways.
  10. phinto

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    RAZOR X SPRITES the 2017 version of my favored sprites razors dark709, superkid, etc. used to use them. then there rage sprites. but what if rage + razors into one? basic basic1 2001-2003 toa mata/nuva bohrak rahkshi 2004-2005 vahki 2006-2007 ??? 2008 NOPE!!! 2009-2010 ??? 2015-2016 really is there any new story you guys can come up with? give credit to phinto/phillipPbor.
  11. Hello, I posted a topic for these several 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 years and I'd like to get rid of them for more space and money towards my gaming collection; 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 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, I just want to get rid of it all. Note: I am willing to trade items for un-opened North American versions of the following Smash Bros. amiibo: Donkey Kong, Kirby and Wii Fit Trainer. Alternately, I'm also willing to trade for items on my gaming wish list. Thanks!
  12. Toa Hagah A customized complete collection. Updated Full Gallery (High Res): http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=551204 Toa Bomonga Element: Earth Weapon: Seismic Spear Mask: Kanohi Krodan, Mask of Growth ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Toa Gaaki Element: Water Weapon: Tidal Spear Mask: Kanohi Pamatae, Mask of Clairvoyance ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Toa Kualus Element: Ice Weapon: Sub-Zero Spear Mask: Kanohi Zilor, Mask of Rahi Control ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Toa Pouks Element: Stone Weapon: Avalanche Spear Mask: Kanohi Sakron, Mask of Emulation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I've wanted to do this project for forever. For those of you who don't know, we only got two of the six Toa Hagah as legit sets, and the other four were never pictured. We DID, however, know about their masks, and they are unique masks, never-before-seen. So the major hurdle to making good Toa Hagah MOCs is having four cool, unique Kanohi. (Sure, Toa Norik's Kanohi bends the rules, and is shaped like a different mask than it actually is. So, giving the remaining four Toa "old" masks and claiming that the same thing is going on with them COULD work. But to me, that's an enormous cop-out.) Gaaki and Bomonga have Kanohi pieces from the old Final Fighter knock-off Chinese/Russian sets (see below for info,) and Pouks and Kualus have what are (in my opinion) the only two Hero Factory heads that could even possibly be considered to look like decent Kanohi. There's a reason why I think it's an awesome idea to make the Toa Hagah as MOCs, as opposed to the Mangai or Helryx or any of those others. Since we've SEEN two of the Hagah, and since they have such defining characteristics, (metallic armor, spears that use pre-existing pieces, shields, Metru-style bodies,) then you can actually make a logical assumption about the appearances of the other four. They can be recognizable. You can make the best Toa MOC ever and call it one of the nameless Toa Mangai... but no one will know that that's what it is just by looking. So I've always wanted to make the Hagah because they are so distinctive, that (I hope,) you can just look at Gaaki and go, "Hey, that's supposed to be Gaaki, right?" A lot of pieces were spray-painted for these MOCs. The gold and silver colors were impossible for me to match exactly, but I'm very happy with how close I was able to come. I put a lot of thought into which pieces should be used and tried several permutations. I almost gave them all some sort of shin-armor but decided it just didn't look good on most of them. I kept it on Bomonga to give him the heavy/beefy look. To anybody who is about to say, "B-b-but, Pouk's mask is already depicted on that one Matoran from that one comic that one time!!!1!" I have only this to say: that mask pictured.... Am I the ONLY one who thinks that that is CLEARLY just a Jutlin seen from the side? Am I the only one? I can't be. I reject your reality and substitute my own. Tyvm. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sidenote of Sadness: What I've ALWAYS wanted to do for the Toa Hagah was to have the four Toa wear the four masks from the Final Fighter/Unbeatable Warrior Blocko "Toa" sets. (See http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=550791) A long, long time ago, like eight years ago, I bought the two pictured (the red and blue ones) on ebay, but I've NEVER found the green or yellow ones (also pictured) anywhere. And I have looked, and looked. I've been on more shady Russian wholesale websites than I can count. They are just impossible to find. But, out of sheer collector-stubbornness, I periodically will look around the internet, to see if I can find those elusive "Toa." About 6 weeks ago, it LOOKED like I'd finally struck paydirt. I found a Russian Bionicle fansite, put out an add... and got a hit! I was sooo excited that I set out to finally do this Hagah project that I'd been dreaming of! I ordered all the parts and prepared to paint. And I was so enthralled by this project, that I decided to do my Rahkshi project (see my sig) too! Everything was going to work out! But alas... it apparently was not meant to be. The guy who was supposed to sell me the parts (who will remain nameless).... I cannot even describe how bewildering an individual the guy was. There are no words. If you want to read the mind-melting, "what the heck?"-inducing, disappointing conversation that took place between us over a period of six WEEKS, you can find it here. (Pay attention to the dates.) http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=6210799 Weep, my friends. And I'm sorry I could never get a hold of TRULY unique Kanohi for the last two. Maybe I'll be lucky enough to do an update someday. Update 3D-printed remake masks. Better? Worse?
  13. I built this a little while ago, and never got around to posting it. He has the 2015 gear function, and you can spin the lightning wheel independently of the gears. The transparent arm is intended to look like it is glowing with the power of electricity. I really liked using the Kylo Ren design, with a few changes, to make a Toa. It was fun to build using limits that encouraged me to think even more creatively about the character. Enjoy! https://www.flickr.com/photos/100637370@N03/albums/72157674904848023
  14. / / A beast-taming Toa, a pack-hunter companion, and a reluctantly tamed apex predator. / / / / / Click the thumbnails to see full size images! Hey BZP, been a while. Enjoy these vaguely seasonal MOCs. - Chro
  15. Hey guys, So recently I've been working on remastering the Bionicle Movie Trilogy from 2003-2005 by Miramax and Creative Capers. Here's a sample clip of how it looks so far and there are more details in the video description. What do you all think? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQ-8IrjL0bc&t=1s
  16. Hey kids! Remember the personality quiz back in 2003 that matched you with the Toa Nuva was most like? Well, the good folks at BS01 have crafted a clever one of our own! Click Here to take the Quiz! And, once you've gotten your result, you can use these nifty banners: [url=http://www.bzpower.com/board/topic/17789-2015-toa-personality-quiz/][img=http://biosector01.com/images/quiz/Kopaka.png][/url] [url=http://www.bzpower.com/board/topic/17789-2015-toa-personality-quiz/][img=http://biosector01.com/images/quiz/Tahu.png][/url] [url=http://www.bzpower.com/board/topic/17789-2015-toa-personality-quiz/][img=http://biosector01.com/images/quiz/Lewa.png][/url] [url=http://www.bzpower.com/board/topic/17789-2015-toa-personality-quiz/][img=http://biosector01.com/images/quiz/Onua.png][/url] [url=http://www.bzpower.com/board/topic/17789-2015-toa-personality-quiz/][img=http://biosector01.com/images/quiz/Pohatu.png][/url] [url=http://www.bzpower.com/board/topic/17789-2015-toa-personality-quiz/][img=http://biosector01.com/images/quiz/Gali.png][/url] And don't forget to Like us on Facebook for for all the latest BIONICLE news, trivia, features, and more!
  17. Taito was an adventurous if clumsy Ta-Matoran living in a remote village somewhere in the southern isles. His adventuring was considered odd by his fellow villagers, and thus he became something of an outcast. On one of his travels, he encountered a Toa stone. He vowed to look for the Matoran for whom it was intended and help him fulfill his destiny. Little did Taito suspect that he was the intended recipient of the stone. During one of his travels, he encountered an old, abandoned Suva, and upon inserting the stone into a receptacle, a beam of energy turned him into a Toa. Taito became one of the Undestined - Toa who, lacking a concrete destiny to be fulfilled, were tasked with travelling throughout the various islands of the Matoran universe, seeking evil wherever it may preside. Around the time Taito became a Toa, a number of other Matoran - five, to be precise - also became Toa. All were without Toa teams, and eventually drifted together to form an unofficial team, called the Toa Voya (meaning "voyage", to signify that they are not assigned to any one island). Taito wears the Kanohi Arai, the Great Mask of Fortification in the shape of a Hau. The Arai combines the powers of other masks, such as the Hau and Pakari in smaller doses, allowing the user to more effectively hold their ground against an overwhelming force. Taito is unlike most other Ta-Matoran or Toa of Fire. Though his element is characterized by brashness, hotheadedness and arrogance, Taito is curious, adventurous, and well mannered. This moc started out when I wanted to come up with my own Matoran build. Then once I was done, I thought I might as well build a Toa version, and then I thought I might as well add him to the new Toa team I was putting together. Further members coming soon! Flickr Album: https://flic.kr/s/aHskG43GeJ
  18. %5BRender%5D Team Sevetu (Technorealm OCs) by Artemiy Karpinskiy, on Flickr These three are OC Toa from Technorealm Bionicle AU. The are a part of an RP Adventure me and my spouse are leading for our friends geardirector,artiestroke and galaxy-of-jellyfish. All three of the models somewhat based off Demitsorou's drawing of them. %5BRender%5D Toa Ferron (Technorealm OC) by Artemiy Karpinskiy, on Flickr Ferron is Toa of Iron and Gear’s character, a Nynrah Ghost in the past. Unlike all Nynrah Ghosts, he never was blessed with visions of blueprints, and never built anything brilliant. One day he saved a wounded Toa that was attacked by the Dark Hunters, who lended their Power to Ferron. Led by strange visions of objects and voices, Ferron is traveling to find his Destiny. (Character Bio / More Pics) %5BRender%5D Toa Rixec (Technorealm OC) by Artemiy Karpinskiy, on Flickr Rixec is Toa of Psionics and Roxy’s character. She was a monk in a secluded Ce-Matoran monastery when her spiritual leader saw visions of peril and lended Rixec a Toa Stone. Now new-formed Toa of Psionics is on a journey to discover her Destiny. (Character Bio / More Pics) %5BRender%5D Toa Arion (Technorealm OC) by Artemiy Karpinskiy, on Flickr Arion is a Toa of Fire and Nick’s character. He was just a simple blacksmith from Akamai-worshipping village. His Turaga saw visions of darkness on the North and saw it as a sign to pass down his Toa Stone to Arion. Now Arion travels north to learn about what exactly is wrong and, if such is his Destiny, prevent the disaster. (Character Bio / More Pics) * * * If you like what I do and you want to see me create your OC, a favorite Bionicle Character, or something else, feel free to look up my Commission Info! I also now have a Patreon page, so please consider supporting!
  19. Hey, guys. I threw this together last night and then edited it just now. I’m getting into making Bonkle fanon, something I haven’t really done in years. I had my character “Hakura, Toa of Plasma” for a long time, but I never really did anything with him. So why not start now? Consider this little short story the beginning of my fanon. I'm probably gonna write more of these. -------------------------------------------------- Jion. An island in the Matoran Universe located just northeast of the Southern Continent. An island with a history of war. The Fe-Matoran of the northern cliffs, the Bo-Matoran of the eastern forest, the Su-Matoran of the southern beaches, and the Vo-Matoran of the western plains all coexisted on the small island. The four tribes fought each other for its resources for hundreds of years, until Toa Suno, one of the first Toa of Plasma, made them aware of the dangerous monsters of the center, and united them against it for the sake of their protection. Having survived against the common enemy, the four tribes began to regard each other as friends, and built a city in the center of their home island. In honor of the Toa of Plasma who united them, the city became called Su-Metru. Though a handful of Matoran continued to live in the original villages, the majority migrated to the center, while those who remained in the villages acted as coast guards. For thousands of years, Jion continued to prosper, with Su-Metru becoming an advanced city where Matoran of different types could work together and see each other as equals. Soon, other types of Matoran, including Fa-Matoran, De-Matoran, Ba-Matoran, and Ce-Matoran, came to live in Su-Metru as it expanded from the center. Though Suno remained the island’s main protector for these thousands of years, he felt that his destiny was complete, and that he needed successors. Thus, he found one destined Matoran from each of the four original villages: Fe-Koro, Bo-Koro, Su-Koro, and Vo-Koro. The four gathered at the Spirit Temple of Su-Metru to begin their new destiny. Four Matoran entered the four doors of the Spirit Temple towards the Great Suva, each holding a glowing stone. From the northern entrance, a Fe-Matoran in silver and rust-colored armor and a burnt orange Kanohi Kakama. From the eastern entrance, a Bo-Matoran in green and cyan armor and a green Kanohi Miru. From the southern entrance, a Su-Matoran in black and white armor and a red Kanohi Hau. Finally, from the western entrance, a Vo-Matoran in blue and white armor and a white Kanohi Akaku. “So,” the Bo-Matoran started. “You three are gonna be my teammates?” “Aggai?” the Su-Matoran called out to the Bo-Matoran. “Toa Suno chose you too?” “Hakura?” the Bo-Matoran replied to the Su-Matoran. “I’d recognize that armor and that red mask anywhere! You’re gonna be a Toa too! This is great!” The Vo-Matoran looked at the two, eyebrows raised. “You two know each other?” “Yeah,” the Su-Matoran replied. “I’m Hakura.” He pointed to the Bo-Matoran. “And that’s my friend Aggai.” “Charmed,” Aggai replied with a smirk. “I’m Giyan,” the Vo-Matoran replied. She motioned her hand to the Fe-Matoran. “And who’s our friend over here?” “Call me Zugok,” the Fe-Matoran replied, bowing slightly from the waist. “Nice to meet all of you.” “Well,” Aggai called out. “Let’s do this thing!” “You’re an assertive one,” Zugok replied with only a slight hint of sarcasm. “Perhaps you’ll be our leader?” “I know he looks pretty easygoing, but I can vouch for him,” Hakura added. “I’m for it.” “Let’s not hold this up,” Giyan finished. “Shall we?” “Right.” The other three Matoran replied at once. In unison, the four Matoran placed their stones into the nearest empty slots in the Suva. The shrine glowed as it engulfed the four Matoran in a bright light. The four began to examine their hands and the rest of their bodies, then each other. "Hey, we got taller!" Aggai exclaimed. "Well, yeah," Giyan replied. "We're Toa now. Of course we're taller! And it feels great!" “Wow…” Hakura quietly exclaimed. “Not to sound vain here, but my armor never looked so good!” he added as he looked down at himself. For a Su-Matoran, Hakura always had quite a unique color scheme, which transitioned beautifully into his Toa form. From his chest down to his feet, it seemed as though his armor faded almost perfectly from black into white; his upper body covered in black with a dark shade of grey along his arms, and his lower body a lighter grey fading into white feet. His red mask gave a contrast which made it clear that he was a Su-Matoran. However, though not impossible, the red mask was still highly uncommon compared to the oranges and whites commonly associated with his kind. Hakura looked over to his friend, who himself was covered in bright green armor with heavy cyan accents. His overall build looked strong yet agile, fitting for one who spent much of his life climbing trees. “Aggai!” Hakura exclaimed, surprised. “Your hands!” “What!?” Aggai looked down at his hands and let out a slight yell. His silver fingers were much larger than he remembered, and ended in sharp points. “Are these my...tools?” Giyan laughed. “You look just like Toa Suno!” she commented, referring to Aggai’s claws, as they were identical to Suno’s own. “Maybe this is a sign that you’re our new leader after all!” “Perhaps it is,” Zugok replied to the Toa of Lightning. “I was only joking, you know.” “Hey, where are your tools?” Aggai asked the other three. Hakura looked to the middle of the Suva to see a curved sword, two large handheld daggers shaped like forks, and a spear. “I’ll take this one!” He reached for the sword and stabbed the sky, as he channeled a small surge of plasma along the blade. “These look pretty nice!” Giyan grabbed the two forks and twirled them while covering them in lightning, finishing in a defensive stance. “In that case, I’ll take the spear.” Zugok reached for the spear and took a firm, solid upright stance while holding it at a ready position. “Well, what do we call ourselves now?” Hakura asked, looking to Aggai. “We are the first actual Toa Team of Jion,” Giyan replied. “The Toa Jion?” “Works for me!” Zugok commented. “What say you, o fearless leader?” Hakura asked Aggai in a slightly joking manner. “I like it!” Aggai confirmed. “Toa Jion it is!” Zugok heard small footsteps over the other Toa’s banter. “Hey! Over there!” he called to the other three, pointing behind Hakura. The three looked in the direction in which Zugok pointed. There stood a small, hunched figure clad in orange and white armor, an orange Kanohi Pakari, and a staff with a claw-shaped head. “Ah, it is nice to see you four getting along so well!” the small figure commented with a laugh. His voice was firm, but with a sense of gentleness. “Toa...Suno!?” the four Toa called out, immediately recognizing the small figure. “No,” the elder replied. “That’s Turaga Suno to you. You are all Toa now. I have completed my destiny by uniting the people of Jion, and now it is your duty to protect them, as I continue to serve as their guide.” The four young Toa stood attentively. “Yes, Turaga!” “Now, follow me. Your people are waiting for their heroes.” Turaga Suno stepped out of the southern entrance, greeted by a crowd of Matoran of different types, all gathered to hear their new elder speak. “People of Su-Metru!” Suno announced. “You, the people of Jion, were once warring tribes. I have completed my destiny by uniting you all against the beasts of this island, and upon our victory, we founded our glorious city together as a symbol of the unity and friendship between our peoples. Starting today, our four new heroes will continue to uphold that, and to protect us from those who threaten it. Come forth, Toa Jion!” “The leader, Toa Aggai, the Spirit of the Green!” Suno announced as Aggai stepped forward, waving his silver clawed hand at his admirers. “Toa Hakura, the Spirit of Plasma!” Hakura stepped forward as Suno announced his name, proudly raising his fist in celebration as he grinned at the audience. “Toa Giyan, the Spirit of Lightning!” Giyan followed suit, simply stepping forward with a determined expression on her face. “And Toa Zugok, the Spirit of Iron!” Zugok calmly stepped forward, appearing much calmer than his teammates. “You four now represent the strength, the heart of the Matoran of Jion, as their new protectors!” As the four Toa took turns bumping fists in celebration, the Matoran of Jion cheered their new heroes on. Jion was about to experience a new era. -------------------------------------------------- Trivia: Besides Hakura, the other three Toa Jion’s names are Gundam references. EDIT: Fixed some typos.
  20. Do any of you have favorite tweaks you've made to your sets? Little re-arrangements you've made to your sets that don't necessarily qualify as revamps or mocs, whose only purpose is to make them "feel" better? For an example, I submit this "Mermaid-tail" configuration for Gali's fins. Her instructions put two axles on only one of the fins, and they pin together perfectly to make one fluke she poses very gracefully in this configuration, and it gives her another layer of complexity. What tweaks have you all made to your favorite sets?
  21. Raiders of the Forsaken Archives By RisingSoul, a.k.a. Christian Horst Back cover synopsis: Review topic. Dramatis Personae Hamak: red Toa of Fire. Sahkmah: blue Toa of Water. Marik: green Toa of Air. Ikapak: white Toa of Ice. Polin: brown Toa of Stone. Nepteran: black Toa of Earth. Kali: blue Ga-Matoran Chronicler. Contents: Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 16 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 Chapter 19 Chapter 20 Chapter 21 Chapter 22 Epilogue
  22. Hello everyone, My local high school is hosting an arts commission festival titled "Films in Five" where you had to create a video that runs 5 minutes or less. My entry for the event is a short adventure skit involving my favorite Toa of Ice, Kopaka. It took about 4 months to create (On and off), and it just got accepted into the festival and will be shown there on October 1st! I'm so excited for other people to see it, especially on the big screen! I wanted to share it with everyone on BZPower too. I hope you enjoy the film, and tell me what you think of it below!
  23. I present Toa Ihikan Ex, sporting my own 3d designed mask.
  24. So we know that when a Matoran becomes a Toa their design becomes the same as how they imagine a Toa to look, for Takua he became like a Toa Nuva and the Toa Metru took after Lhikan and other pre-existing Toa from Metru Nui. So where exactly do Turagas' forms come from? Although the Toa Metru transformed into similar looking Turaga, why did Lhikan and Dume have different Turaga forms even though they are all based off of the same Toa Metru build? Could this be a case more of the set design not being entirely canon? as the movies show that the 6 Turaga on mata nui have the same build as the ones on Metru Nui, although this could have just been a way of cutting corners like how the Matoran keep the same design throughout the films. Also could the variance in form have anything to do with the means of transformation into Turaga?
  25. One defining factor of G1 was the different kinds of builds that were introduced with each new wave of sets. Each season was guaranteed to introduce a plethora of new pieces... At least until 2006 where things became more formulaic and recycle-y. In my eye, no sets exemplify the evolution of G1 better than those portraying Toa and Matoran, the two most iconic, recognisable and important kinds of characters in G1 lore. So I want to know - What was your favourite Toa build, and your favourite Matoran build? (Note the date ranges - You can vote for builds if they apply to Glatorian, Agori or STARS sets if you so wish. Also, I haven't listed anything to do with polybags, just boxed/canister sets.)
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