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  1. Hello all, I am not sure if this is the right way to go about this ... but can I request a commission MOC of Alternate Teridax? I hope this is the appropriate place for this. Thanks so much.
  2. 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?
  3. The Tahtorak Youngling is built solely from the pieces contained in Lewa, Lewa Nuva, Lehvak, Lehvak-Va and Lehrahk. I originally intended this as a cheeky entry for the 'Gen-1 Style' BzPower Contest (perhaps this way I wouldn't need to send my entry overseas), but exams prevented me from completing this in time. More photos may be found here. Edit: After jumping through quite the few hoops, I've uploaded this on MOCpages, which has instructions!
  4. The Toa have fallen. Kulta, the Skull Grinder has defeated them as well as the re-awoken Ekimu, whom he spared as final insult. After a short period of uneasy peace, the ravenous Skull Army spilled out of the City of The Mask Makers, driven by a hunger for conquest. As the undead hordes encroach upon the regions of Okoto, the villagers must face something even worse than any Skull minion. At the head of each army rides a corrupted Toa, brought back from the dead by the powers of the Mask of Creation. It should have been a time of Unity. Instead, it is a time of Despair. Pohatu, Revenant of Stone Leading the army of Skull Scoripos, Pohatu has ravaged the region of stone. Not ever death could erase his dislike of the creatures, which is why he lets them prowl and ravage at their behest while he hunts alone. Kulta instructed him and the other Revenants to find - and kill - the elemental creatures of their Regions, as they might prove to be a threat. Upon finding Ketar, Pohatu tricked the creature into thinking he is still a genuine Toa - a power all Revenants posses. When the creature was unawares, Pohatu acted and began to dismember Ketar, while the little scorpion was still alive. After destroying the Golden Unity Mask of Stone, he returned from the temple with parts of Ketar's carapace grafted into his armor, onto his very bones. It was upon that day that the Skull Scorpios truly accepted their leader, their Alpha. In his Revenant form, Pohatu wields twin Meat Cleavers, Corrupted Stormerangs and his original Dagger. Of all the Revenants, his hatred burns with the greatest ferocity. Who could stand before him? Album: https://flic.kr/s/aHskBiGAQ9 Nilkuu, Guardian of Stone Kulta may have defeated Ekimu, however even so he underestimated the Mask Maker. Before fleeing the City, he managed to salvage pieces of advanced elemental armor he began forging for the Toa of the prophecies before Makuta's betrayal. Before the Skull Armies reached any of the villages, he called upon the six protectors to meet him at the temple of time. Here, he performed and ancient - and forbidden - ritual of self-sacrifice, where his life-force was used to grant the protectors powers that almost equalled that of the Toa. With their new forms and armor, the Guardians had a chance - albeit slim - of stemming the tide of war. The transformation into Guardians tapped into the emotions of each Protector. While the main Stone village was not attacked yet, Revenant Pohatu had made the most progress of all the Skull invaders, and Ketar has already been killed. Primal rage heaved within Nilkuu, which is why his transformation has left him looking more like a beast than a Toa. With armor that resembles the carapace of a scorpion and clawed feet, the Stone villagers were at first unsure as to greet him or flee. However, Nilkuu's great love of his people and home remained, and were augmented as much as his rage. Nilkuu, with his advanced Elemental Sandstone Blaster and new Mountain Glaive will stop at nothing to eradicate every Skull Scorpio in the region of stone - and to give Revenant Pohatu the same treatment that Ketar had to endure before his death. Album: https://flic.kr/s/aHskBiGtVs ... These models once again only use elements from 2015 Pohatu, Protector of Stone, 2015 Lewa, 2016 Pohatu, Ketar- Creature of Stone and Skull Scorpio. The main attraction here is Nilkuu, seeing as Pohatu is mostly just different armor plus that chain across his back, while Nilkuu has more custom stuff. Nilkuu's six-shooter is functional. Both of his gear-functions work. The glaive weapon can be stored on his back, however the blaster cannot. Pohatu's gear function works, and his weapon-sets can be stored on the chain on his back. Photo Credit: My Wife
  5. So, after something like three months of hinting at it and almost five months of work (I haven't had a lot of time), plus about a month of procrastinating taking the pictures, I finally present: Project REIGNITION ^Links to Larger Image^ Group Shot, No Vehicles Full Gallery (when public) So, just a little bit of background. I was in S&T a few months ago when I came across a topic dealing with alternate storylines that I can't find anymore. One post said that Lego had considered keeping the Inika as Matoran, but later decided against it. While discussing this, another member said "Well, that might work if they had vehicles or something." Lightbulb. I just had to try it. So, that very night, I went and built Jaller, and a week or so later, Kongu, and so on in longer intervals until I finally put the finishing touches on Hahli not too long ago. This project is supposed to be a reimagining of the Inika if they had stayed Matoran, although, since I think the Inika's masks were some of the coolest powers Lego has ever done (besides the Elda), I just had to keep them, so I decided the Red Star didn't turn them into Toa, but gave them the ability to use masks. Maybe it also fused their masks with an elemental mask as well. That's just another idea I threw around. After they landed on Voya Nui, Garan, Velika, Axonn, and Nuparu built the Matoran vehicles so they could better combat the Piraka. Overall, if they had been produced, I would have liked to see some of those Voya Nui aesthetics with them, with Voya Nui-style masks mixed with the new mask designs (I tried sketching out a few of these), maybe blended with another color like blue, white, or yellow to signify their transformation, as well as new armor and feet. I've been considering trying out sketching this, but I haven't gotten to it. A few notes before I get into the details. I had tried to keep some basic functions in all the vehicles, but gave up after many of them turned into: "Look, it turns!" Some of them have some pretty cool functions though, if I do say so myself. I also tried to keep to the pieces available at the time, even using mostly red and blue pins (although I "forgot" a few times when it looked terrible. ), although I also probably messed up a few times there too. You may also notices that some (okay, most) of the color schemes are not accurate or even aesthetically pleasing, because that's the pieces I had to deal with (Kongu, I'm looking at you). Jaller Little Lego-style intro I wrote: Jaller, the noble Captain of the Guard must be sure nothing gets past him as Piraka attack from all sides, but he comes prepared with his blazing-fast Lava Speeder, Energized Guard Staff and Red-Star activated Mask of Fate to burn through any challenge. Full Gallery (when public) (also features more pictures if you want a better look) Main Pic Driving the Lava Speeder Just Jaller Lava Speeder Side Notes: I didn't have enough pieces in Mata Red to build him, so I just left him Metru Red. Doesn't look too bad. The Guard Staff, before any of you cry "It's modified!! ," was actually a Tahu Sword that had been chewed, broken, etc. I just reused it instead of throwing it away, and it looks a lot better. Kongu This carefree Le-Matoran must quickly learn to keep it cool under pressure, but with his Wind Glider, Buzz Saw Staff, and Red-Star activated Mask of Telepathy, he'll find he is ready to blow the Piraka away. Full Gallery (public) Main Pic Driving the Wind Glider Kongu Wind Glider Side Gear Setup Notes: This guy is the worst of the lot, but it isn't my fault. Lego doesn't have all that many pieces in lime green or Teal, so I had to improvise. The Wind Glider is based on a design I had forever ago to build an Ornithropter (flying vehicle with flapping bird-like wings), but I have a confession to make: I messed up the gear differential so the gears don't have enough power to flap the wings all that well. No idea why I gave him that silver Matau Staff; if anyone has a better idea, please suggest it. Matoro Matoro never felt that he could be a hero, yet now he is tasked with saving an entire island! With his Snow-blade, Kanoka Disk Launcher, and Red-Star activated Mask of Spirit, he can freeze his foes in their tracks! Full Gallery (Public) Main Pic Driving the Snow-Blade Matoro Snow-Blade Side, Ski retracted Notes: The Snow-Blade started as an attempt to build a Snow Mobile based on the tracks from my old Mutated Muaka, but somewhere along the way, it turned into a tank. The ski extends for "more speed on ice," although it was really a sad attempt at a function. Honestly, Matoro seems like the last person who would drive a tank, and I would have given him his Turaga's staff instead of Kongu, but I didn't have it, and I just gave him a disk launcher (with a Throwbot disk) because he was one of the first Mata-Nui Matoran to find out about Metru Nui from the Turaga. Hewkii Brave Po-Matoran and Kohlii Star Hewkii is now the only hope for a group of Matoran on a distant island. With his powerful Mobile Turret, Kohlii Stick, and Red-Star activated Mask of Accuracy, this Matoran is ready for anything. Full Gallery (Public) Main Pic Driving the Mobile Turret Hewkii Turret Side Notes: I managed to find him a tan chestplate since my preview of him with the Rock Lion, and now, he is definitely one of my favorite Matoran. Also, with a Mask of Accuracy, what better vehicle for him than a Turret? Nuparu This proud inventor is being put to the ultimate test designing vehicles so he and his friends can take on the Piraka, but he has saved the best for himself with the Boxor 2.0 and Red Star activated Mask of Flight so he can crush the competition! Full Gallery (Public) Main Pic Driving the Boxor 2.0 Nuparu Boxor 2.0 Punching Mechanism Notes: Nuparu was one of the easiest Matoran to build because practically every piece I wanted was in the right color, and he turned out great! The Boxor, not so much. I was originally going to do a little cart thing, but that ended up with too many pieces and overlapped a bit with Matoro's Snow-Blade. Then, I thought "well, why not give him a new Boxor?" And so I tried to make one using few pieces, and it's decent. The punching mechanism is pretty cool though; it's based off the Power Miners Granite Grinder, although you may recognize my version from this guy a while back. Hahli Once a calm Ga-Matoran, Hahli is now the last defense against the Piraka on Voya Nui, but with her Hoverboat, Aqua Scythe, and Red-Star activated Mask of Detection, she is more than ready to wash the villains away! Full Gallery (when public) Main Pic Riding the Hoverboat Hahli Hoverboat side Notes: I gave Hahli a different chestplate to show she is a different gender, and it doesn't look too bad. It's not exactly good for the Rahkshi head because the pin is bending, but I liked it enough. The Hoverboat is probably one of my best vehicles with a fairly cohesive color scheme and solid look with few parts, although I could only find one propeller that doesn't look great. Well, that concludes part one. I've got another part in the works that I just have one more guy to finish. Now that those guys are done, I'll have more time and parts to put towards my BBCC entry, which is an old idea Reborn in a New Way that will Wash away the competition. Unfortunately, I have decided I only want to save one Matoran and one Vehicle. I'm thinking Hewkii, Matoro, or Hahli, and the Turret or Lava Speeder. Any other suggestions? As always, enjoy, comment, critique, etc. Thanks for reading that wall of text!
  6. So here's the review topic for The Alternate Metru. So tell me what you think!
  7. The scourge of Spherus Magna. The tyrant of the universe. Brickshelf: http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=522437 Mocpages: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/352208 In an alternate universe, Flaredrick had defeated Melvair, he gained the power to stop the Shattering. He then later constructed an empire, one that no one could imagine. The power of it, would make the Element Lords fall to their knees. The Great Beings made an attempt to stop him, and his empire, but he threatened to destroy the whole universe. There was later an uprising going on inside his kingdom. He soon sent out an all out assault to stop this revolution from amassing. When the uprising was defeated, he had gotten word of who was its leader. He was shocked and saddened to hear hat it was his wife Seria. He later changed his color and elemental powers to that of Water, and Death. He also took up a Kanohi Shelek, abandoning his Ignika, to a more fearsome mask. Comments and Critisim are accepted.
  8. Click here for the gallery. My self-MOC, Pirai (Toa of Iron), and his "evil twin" (which isn't actually evil). Feedback is appreciated.
  9. I made this using only pieces from Rocka 4.0.FrontSideSideBackAnyway, comments and criticism appreciated.
  10. This is the first section of my retelling of the adventures of the Toa Inika. Please comment and leave feedback. Any suggestions are helpful. BIONICLE Reborn: The Next Generation Ignition Prologue #1 Dec. 21st, 1995 It was to be a day of celebration on the island of Mata-Nui. It was to be a day of joy and happiness for the Matoran, Toa, and Turaga alike. But, unfortunately, fate had other plans for the citizens of Nui. Much different plans. Twenty-four hours earlier, the Toa team of the island of Mata-Nui, the personal guard of Mata-Nui himself, were sent to Destral, secret headquarters of Makuta Teridax. After a brief struggle, Tahu Erif, Leader of the Toa Nuva, beheaded Teridax and torched his body, leaving behind only ashes and armor. The Toa-Makuta War that had lasted over three-hundred years was finally over. Toa Gali pushed her way through the crowd of dancing partygoers. She was searching for a friend of hers who could not be found anywhere. Where is he? She wondered. True, it was not unusual for him to disappear in the middle of social situations, but she had hoped he would warm up a little bit in honor of the occasion. Finally, however, she had spotted him sitting of to the side, all alone, looking thoughtful. “Oh, hello, party-pooper. I wasn’t sure if that was you,” Gali teased. Toa Kopaka smiled, and Gali acted surprised. “Oh, never mind. You can’t be Kopaka, he never smiles.” She laughed. “Come on, Kopaka. Makuta Teridax is dead! This should be the happiest day of your life!” Kopaka sighed and shook his head. “Gali, something doesn’t feel right. It was too easy. Teridax went down without much of a fight. He should have been able to destroy us on a whim. Why didn’t he?” “You’re thinking too hard, Kopaka. Lighten up, dance a little. We’ve won! We can finally calm down, have a real life.” Kopaka looked up at Gali. Inside, he could tell something was wrong. But Gali was so convincing, so happy, and so lively, that all his worries were forgotten. He smiled. “I’d like that,” he replied. “I’d like that a lot, Gali.” After hours of partying, Turaga Vakama, elder of Ta-Koro, called the party to settle down. After all the Turaga and Toa had assembled on the stage, he grabbed the microphone and began his speech: “Citizens of Mata-Nui! We have all gathered here today for a momentous occasion. After hundreds of years of war, of strife, we, the citizens of the land of Nui, have banished the shadows from our land. Makuta Teridax is DEAD!” The Matoran cheered. Vakama attempted to calm them down, and yet he knew it was no use. This was the most incredible thing to ever happen in Nuian history. Finally, after they had calmed down, he resumed. “REJOICE! For today is the end of the evils that have plagued our lands! And it is all thanks to our six mighty Toa, our protectors: Toa Tahu, warrior of fire! Toa Gali, mistress of water! Toa Lewa, master of air! Toa Pohatu, hero of stone! Toa Onua, champion of earth! And Toa Kopaka, protector of ice! They have delivered us from evil, saving us from the might of the terrible Makuta Teridax! Finally, we will live in peace.” Cheers rang out from the crowd, and it seemed that the Matoran could have cheered infinitely, never stopping to breathe. Right as it ended, however, the air got very cold. And then it spoke: a voice, cold, calm, dark, and harsh. It rang in everyone’s ears, calm, but with a force not unlike the dark pressing down on a nightlight, trying to put it out with all its might. And the voice said: “You’re wrong, Vakama. So terribly wrong.” All eyes turned to the sky, and a horrible sight greeted them. The stars were swirling in a spiral. They spun around and around and around and around, until finally, the stars stopped swirling, and they formed a shape no one had hoped to ever see again: the Kanohi Krakkhan, the Mask of Shadows. The mask of Makuta Teridax. There was a shriek from the crowd, and that’s all it took to send all of the Matoran on the island into a frenzy. The winds began to pick up, and trees began to uproot from the ground. The Matoran scrambled for shelter, but they never reached it. Dark forms began to reach down from the sky: shadow claws, grabbing Matoran off the ground and hurling them across the island, the poor villagers screaming as they went. Only a handful of them would survive that fall, and only two would escape the later onslaught of Bohrok that would ravage the island. But that is another story for another time. Vakama turned to the six Toa and five other Turaga on the stage, his face grave. “Get to the Terrain Crawler. We have to get out of here.” “We can’t leave the Matoran,” Gali argued. “We have to help them!” “Gali, we don’t have time,” Tahu yelled. “We have to get out of here.” Gali began to protest again, but before she could continue, Kopaka hoisted her over his shoulder. “I’m so very sorry, Gali,” he shouted, “but I am not leaving you behind. You’re too important to me- - I mean us.” Gali screamed and shouted, and she sobbed to her Ga-Matoran to stay strong in their time of need. Onua picked up a black bundle off the stage, carrying it carefully. The twelve of them rushed to the large, wormlike Toa Terrain Crawler and climbed inside. Kopaka strapped the still screaming Gali into her seat before he took the pilot’s chair. Toa Lewa took the co-pilot’s chair. “Everybody fasten your seatbelts, this is gonna get bumpy,” Kopaka shouted into the intercom. He grabbed the steering wheel and looked straight ahead. Lewa gave him a worried look. “Are you sure you know how to pilot this thing?” he asks. “No,” Kopaka admits, “but it can’t be too difficult.” “Do you want me to do it?” “Is this really the time to argue about this, Lewa? We have mere minutes to escape, and we’re really going to do the whole, ‘I have telescopic vision,’ ‘Well I’m the Master of the Air’ thing? We truly do not have time for this.” “Fine, fine. Just pilot the ###### ship already.” “Alright.” Kopaka grabbed the throttle and the ship jumped to life. It rose off the ground, the anti-gravity disks pushing the dirt and dust around it. He grabbed the steering wheel and tilted it down and pulled back and the ship shoots forward and up through the sky, lightning bolts flying around it. As the island of Mata-Nui faded into the distance, Gali stopped struggling and sat in her seat uncomfortably, staring out the window at the lightning-filled sky. “What is happening?” she said. “Why is Teridax doing this? How is Teridax doing this?” “I have a theory,” replied Turaga Vakama. Gali turned to look at him, and he said, “There’s only one way he could have gained so much power…” He looked at the other passengers of the ship, and when no one replied, he said, “He stole Mata-Nui’s.” “No,” Tahu responded dismissively, but fear was obvious in his voice, “that’s impossible. If Teridax had tried to take Mata-Nui’s power we would have known. A fight would have broken out or something. And even then, Teridax would have needed a special kind of tool or weapon to absorb that much energy. It would just be impossible.” “Maybe,” muttered Turaga Nuju, but he still sounded unsure. Suddenly, the entire ship lurched, and everyone grabbed their seats. Lewa’s voice rang out over the intercom. “Ladies and gentlemen, we are experiencing some turbulence, in the form of giant Makuta hands. Please fasten your seatbelts and place all tray tables in their upright positions. It’s gonna get a little bumpy.” “You’re turning too fast.” “I know.” “You’re cutting it close.” “I know.” “You’re gonna crash!” “I! Know!!!” There was an awkward silence for a few moments. Finally after a few more seconds, Lewa said, “Do you want me to drive?” “######, Lewa! If I wanted you to drive, I would have said so. We need to find a way out of here. Now, if I remember correctly, there are three doorways through Nui, and they’re constantly moving. If we want to find one, we’re going to need my Kanohi Akaku Nuva to see through the stone covering the Nuian borders.” Suddenly, thunder clapped, and a bolt of lightning flew past the windshield. Kopaka growled. “But we’re never going to find it with Teridax hurling lightning at us!” Kopaka unclipped his seatbelt and stood up. “Lewa, take the wheel. I have an idea.” “Finally!” Lewa flipped a switch on his steering wheel and began to maneuver it left and right, deftly avoiding the bolts of lightning and shadow streaking down from the sky. Kopaka opened the door leading to the passenger segment, stuck his head in, and yelled, “Turaga Vakama, I need your help. Now.” Vakama stood from his seat and walked to the cockpit segment, standing next to Kopaka. “How can I be of assistance?” he asked. “I have need of your Kanohi Huna,” he replied. “What?” “We need a way to conceal ourselves from Teridax if we are to escape Nui with ourlives. And considering the Huna is the Mask of Concealment, you seem like our best shot.” “Toa Kopaka, let me explain this carefully. Even back when I was a Toa that would have been a lot of power. But now my power is at a third of its strength at best. It’s impossible.” “Then I’ll give you a part of my power. We don’t have time to argue this.” Vakama pondered this for a moment. “Kopaka, you do know that if you give me a portion of your power, I can never, ever give it back. You’ll have less elemental power to defend- -” “TAKE IT! Just take it. Just do me a favor: when Tahu has a son, give him the extra power I’m giving you. Okay?” “Okay.” Kopaka grabbed Vakama’s shoulder. He took a deep breath, and, carefully, so as not to give too much, Kopaka began to pour elemental power through his palm into Vakama. As he did so, Vakama activated his Noble Huna, and he spread its power to the exterior of the ship. The ship’s exterior plating began to change color, from onyx black to clear, and in turn cloaked everything in the ship. Kopaka released Vakama’s shoulder, and he sagged down into the pilot’s chair, exhausted. “We did it,” he said. “We really did it.” Outside the ship, the Kraahkan-shaped star cloud was searching frantically for the ship, and, when it could not find it, it roared in anger, and then shot a wave of shadow from its depths. Lewa swore loudly. Frantically, he tilted the wheel upward, sending the Terrain Crawler downward towards the sea, narrowly avoiding the wave. He pulled up at the last second, and he breathed a sigh of relief. “That was a close one,” he breathed. “He almost got us.” The ship glided through the sky, eventually finding the door to the outside land from Nui. They flew for hours, making sure that neither Teridax nor none of his minions had followed them. After an extremely long silence, Vakama said, “Now what?"Kopaka lifted his head and sighed. “Now,” he replied. “We start over.” Prologue #2 Hundreds of years ago, two unique brothers were born. Where they were born is unimportant, and their true names have been lost to time. Each had strange abilities. The first brother had the ability to control fire, water, air, stone, earth, ice, and light. The second brother had the same abilities, but in place of the ability to control light, he could control shadow. Because of their unique abilities, the men were branded as witches and were sentenced to death in almost every country around the world. They realized that, until the world had changed, they would never be accepted. So, after escaping from their prison, they left for a secret land off the coast of present-day North America, better known today as the mysterious Bermuda Triangle. They found a beautiful land, covered in lush forests, spacious deserts, magnificent volcanoes, and ice-capped mountains. It was beautiful, it was wonderful… it was lonely. The two brothers decided that they needed friends to live in their new land. So, in secret, they recruited the dreamers, the heroes, the ones who had potential to be the greatest men and women of their time, yet were outcasts by current standards. They brought them all to their land, hearts wide with hopes and dreams that couldn’t be fulfilled in a boring world of conformists. Once the brothers felt they had enough, they used their combined powers to create a barrier around the land, part stone, part magical energy, that had three openings. It formed a triangle around the land, and the entrances were constantly shifting around the barrier, making it nearly impossible to find the same entrance twice. This way, if anyone tried to enter their new haven, they would suddenly feel the urge to go back where they came from. The barrier, however, also served another purpose. It made it nearly impossible for the two brothers to leave the barriers, unless they had a Mask of X-Ray Vision. This barrier was now eternally tied to the two brothers’ life forces. If one of them died, the barrier would be destroyed. Shortly after, the two brothers discovered the first Kanohi crystal; these were unique crystals, each of which had a unique power. These crystals could be built into a metal mask that could give the user use of its power. The crystal they found was incredibly powerful. It would shortly become the mighty Kanohi Ignika, the legendary Mask of Life. The brothers realized the implications of what this mask was. This was a mask that defied the whims of God; this was a mask that could give life to those who no longer possessed it and to objects that were never meant to live. So they sealed it away, far away, on a secret part of Nui, guarded by four of the most powerful beings in existence; ancient beings whose sole purpose in life was now to keep anyone and anything from possessing the Mask of Life unless deemed worthy. However, before sealing it away, the brothers built a weapon of unimaginable power; the weapon was then locked, with the Ignika as the key. The lock was hidden, and the weapon was put in a safe place. They hoped that the mask would never be needed. Shortly after settling in to their new land (which had been officially named Nui, which meant “land” in the new language), the brothers realized that the land already had its own inhabitants. Creatures of legends: lizard-men, giant insects, and monstrous animals. They realized that they needed warriors to protect the Matoran (translation: villagers), and the best way to do that was to give up small portions of their power to average people. The Brother of Light gave six Matoran similar abilities as him. He gave one the power of fire, one the power of water, one the power of air, one stone, one earth, and one ice. He named them Toa, which meant “Heroes of Light.” They were the original team of six, the ones from which many more would stem. The Brother of Shadow did the same, giving six Matoran elemental powers. He named them Makuta, which meant “Heroes of Shadow.” They, too, would be the parents of more warriors. The twelve superpowered warriors would protect the Matoran from the dangers of monsters, Rahi (animals), and Dark Hunters (whole other story, not important right now). The Matoran would enjoy an era of peace… but their happiness was not to last. * * * * * * Unfortunately, the Matoran did not consider the Toa and Makuta equals. They believed the Toa to be true heroes, but they regarded the Makuta as vicious and cruel monsters. The Makuta had more… unconventional ways of dealing with problems. The Matoran soon began to worship the Toa, while the Makuta, unloved, were forced to fade. This angered the Brother of Shadow. Why should his brother’s heroes get all of the attention, when his Makuta were just as powerful? The Toa and Makuta should be equals, not one group outshining the other. What the Brother of Shadow did not understand was that, having stemmed from light, the Toa had friendlier personalities, kinder ways, and gentler demeanors, while the Makuta were violent, uncooperative, rude, and dysfunctional. It was because of this that the Makuta were labeled as monsters, and the Toa were worshipped as heroes. The Brother of Shadow did not understand this, however, and became jealous of the honors bestowed upon his brother. He became jealous of the three virtues that his brother had created: unity, duty, and destiny. How could they have unity if the Makuta were secluded off by themselves? How were they obeying their duties, when the Matoran let the Toa do everything for them? And what destiny was there, if they let everything in their lives be decided for them by the Brother of Light? He decided to speak to his brother, to see what could be done. The two brothers began to argue, the Brother of Light believing that what his brother said was nonsense, the Brother of Shadow growing angry because his brother would not listen. Eventually, the argument turned into a fight, then a brawl, and soon the two were using their vast powers to fight in the center of the land in which they, so long ago, had travelled to, together, to escape the tyranny of the outside world. Soon, the brothers’ powers began to run out of control, and they began to split the land apart, ripping it into dozens of islands. Islands were split apart by many miles, and the island containing the Mask of Life was soon lost. By the time the fight was finished, the Brother of Light stood victorious over his beaten brother. The Brother of Shadow decided to leave and start a new life with his Makuta on a separate island, far from the reach of his brother. This would be the last day that the two would meet on friendly terms. Soon, the Brother of Light would become the sole King of Nui. He took the name of Mata-Nui, King of Nui. The Brother of Shadow would take his own name, Teridax, Lord of Shadows. The two soon became immortal, their powers keeping them eternally young. The Toa were forever regarded as heroes, while Teridax and his Makuta faded to become nightmares. Soon, the original Toa team of six passed their powers down to six Matoran each, who would form Toa teams of their own. Those Toa would then have to pass their powers down to their children, who would carry on the mantle of Toa. They would spread to the many islands of Nui, protecting its inhabitants from the evils of the land. At some point, in a lapse in time unrecorded in Nuian history, the Makuta started a war with the Toa. It lasted for hundreds of years, with huge casualties on both sides. (The rest of this was added by Toa Nuparu Htrae.) Finally, in the year 1995, the Toa Nuva of the island of Mata-Nui, the capital of Nui, went on a secret mission to travel to Destral, the home base of Makuta Teridax. They snuck into his base, and they fought him until it appeared he was dead. They returned home to celebrate, never knowing that the Makuta they killed was a decoy named Kojol. The real Teridax had just stolen Mata-Nui’s powers with the Spear of Fusion, and put him into an endless sleep. Teridax unleashed his newfound power on the citizens of Mata-Nui, and he quickly took control of Nui, becoming its new ruler. It is believed that no Toa survived the Great Cataclysm as it would come to be called. Truly, this was the darkest day in Nuian history. Prologue #3 Most people, when they read this journal, assume it is written by Matoro Eci, son of Toa Kopaka. That would make sense, seeing as how I pay such a tribute to the Toa of Ice in the first prologue. But no, this journal is property of Jaller Erif, son of Toa Tahu. It is my account of the first mission of the Toa Inika, when they travelled to the island of Voya-Nui to retrieve the Mask of Life to save the life of Mata-Nui. One thing you must understand before you read: everything in this journal is true. It is nonfictional, contrary to what most historians and scientists may say. It is an actual account, and the names in this journal are all real, considering most of us have already left the United States of America. So, if you are reading this, it is very possible that you may have known one of us when we lived in your town, city, whatever. We are the superheroes of legends. We are the Olympian gods, the wizards, the magicians. We have always walked among you, even if you didn’t know it. The Bermuda Triangle, the Loch Ness Monster, the dragons, and the monsters; all of them have something to do with the land of Nui and its inhabitants. One more warning: if you are a conformist, if your mind is closed to imagination, and you don’t believe in anything you can’t read about in a history book, then you should put this book down right now and forget you ever read it. But if you are a dreamer, if you believe that there is magic in the world, then read on. And know that what you are reading is very, very true. -Jaller Erif Chapter #1
  11. This is ROCKA 3.0 ALTERNATE. Well I found the missing piece to my ROCKA 3.0 so here he is. This MOC was made with one set ( and i think it is pretty obvious what set it was made with).Here he is!!!!!!http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/ROCKA3Alternate/120305-105810.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/ROCKA3Alternate/120305-105815.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/ROCKA3Alternate/120305-105820.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/ROCKA3Alternate/120305-105824.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/ROCKA3Alternate/120305-105850.jpg
  12. Hey there BZP-ers, looong time no see. I've been gone, same to say, for a year no, and I'm feeling a little nostalgic since I miss the good old days. This is one of the reasons I'm presenting you with my old creation that was entered in the contest to decide which model would be the official representation of Alt. Terry. Sadly i didn't win, but anywho, I present you..Alternate TeridaxGallery: http://www.majhost.c...ry.cgi?f=219945Enjoy my friends!-Archon Sorry there mate, I've been out of the loop for quite a while now! ^^,
  13. This is FURNO 4.0 alternate. I love his feet I call the turbine-drill-jet-feet. This MOC was made with one set. Hope you like my MOC.P.S do not ask about camera!!!!!!Here he is!!!!!http://www.brickshel...0313-071338.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0313-071344.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0313-071348.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0313-071353.jpgIs it a manta-ray is it a submarine no it's FURNO 4.0 alternate!!(Epic music on)http://www.brickshel...0313-071550.jpg
  14. This is the SURGE 2.0 alternate version. The big white white piece on his right arm does not affect his arm in any way, his arm move perfectly with it there. He was made with only one set.Here he is!http://www.brickshel...0209-111257.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0209-111302.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0209-111306.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0209-111314.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0209-111317.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0209-111322.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0209-111326.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0209-111330.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0209-111334.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0209-111338.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0209-111446.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0209-111504.jpghttp://www.brickshel...0209-111527.jpg
  15. This is BREEZ 2.0 alternate. I used 2 of the same armor styles I used with SURGE 2.0 alternate. I hope you like my MOC.Here she is!http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/BREEZ2alternate/120210-112543.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/BREEZ2alternate/120210-112547.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/BREEZ2alternate/120210-112551.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/BREEZ2alternate/120210-112554.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/BREEZ2alternate/120210-112615.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/BREEZ2alternate/120210-112641.jpg
  16. Here is FURNO 3.0. Just so all of you know his weapons are wings/claws/guns. He was made with only one set.Here he is!http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/FURNO3alternate/120209-145532.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/FURNO3alternate/120209-145538.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/FURNO3alternate/120209-145543.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/FURNO3alternate/120209-145550.jpgFURNO using his weapons as wingshttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/FURNO3alternate/120209-145621.jpgFURNO using his weapon as gunshttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/FURNO3alternate/120209-145658.jpgFURNO using his weapon as clawshttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/FURNO3alternate/120209-145719.jpg
  17. This NEX 2.0 alternate. I must note that rearranging NEX's parts to make this guy was really fun any way hope you like him. He was made with only one set.Here he is!http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/NEX2alternate/120210-103024.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/NEX2alternate/120210-103027.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/NEX2alternate/120210-103031.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/NEX2alternate/120210-103036.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/NEX2alternate/120210-103125.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/NEX2alternate/120210-103200.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/NEX2alternate/120210-103231.jpg
  18. This is NEX 3.0 alternate. He was by for the hardest single set MOC I have done for one he does not have spikes, but I was able to make a different claw function. He was made with only one set.Here he is!http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/NEX3alternate/120209-132838.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/NEX3alternate/120209-132843.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/NEX3alternate/120209-132848.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/NEX3alternate/120209-132853.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/NEX3alternate/120209-132908.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/NEX3alternate/120209-132930.jpg
  19. This is STORMER 3.0 alternate. One of the unique things about this MOC is the thumb, it has a lot of move ability. He was made with only one set.Here it is!http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/STORMER3alternative/120209-121959.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/STORMER3alternative/120209-122010.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/STORMER3alternative/120209-122017.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/STORMER3alternative/120209-122023.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/STORMER3alternative/120209-122057.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/STORMER3alternative/120209-122146.jpg
  20. What if EVO 2.0 was sent on a mission to do something that could not be done in his current 2.0 form? What I the mission required certain modifications. Here is a MOC I made that may explain that what if. EVO 2.0 now has a weapon that shoots forward and backwards he also now has a purple dagger as well. What else makes him unique? He was made with only one set. Why? because I wanted to challenge my self.Here he is!http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/EVO2alternate/120208-101420.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/EVO2alternate/120208-101433.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/EVO2alternate/120208-101438.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/EVO2alternate/120208-101443.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/EVO2alternate/120208-101447.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/EVO2alternate/120208-101452.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/EVO2alternate/120208-101456.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/EVO2alternate/120208-101500.jpgHere are some action poses.http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/EVO2alternate/120208-101536.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/EVO2alternate/120208-101637.jpghttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SKAKDI/LEGO/HF/EVO2alternate/120208-101806.jpgP.S Yes I know you can see my hand and arm a few times.
  21. I've always wondered what the Melding Makuta can do that the regular Makuta can't, aside from the obvious light-based powers and Kraata powers. For example, can they form Kaita? Can two Makuta share a single suit of armor, at least temporarily? They are entirely devoted to the light, after all. The last time I checked, they're anything but selfish.
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