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  1. In Okoto’s Region of Stone, a villager might be minding his own business when the expanse of sand around them suddenly erupts into a great shimmering sea of many colours. The rays of the great hot sun that beat incessantly down upon the desert are reflected and refracted into the full lustrous spectrum of red to purple, immersing their hunched silhouette in a sheen of breath-stopping prismatic radiance. More-often-than-not, the villager will then look up, flip off a rude gesture with a cussword, then ensure that any food they brought with them is well out of sight. These semi-intelligent vulture-like beings have earned a reputation amongst the locals as a pest that acts purely in its own interest. As well as food and territory (anything its rays touch is the Condor’s, according to the Condor), specimens of both genders are constantly aware of their appearance and are always searching (or fighting) for shiny trinkets and spare parts to add to their glittering mantles. When they aren’t at the nearest waterhole admiring their own reflection (if they can find a puddle that isn’t too muddy), there will always be some scrounging through houses or harassing Villagers and their livestock. Fortunately, when this happens all it needs to send it packing is a bit of humility - a commodity locals are more than happy to dispense …in the form of manure and DustHog droppings. This is a combiner model that is built solely from the pieces contained in 71303 Ikir, 71304 Terak and 71301 Ketar, the Creatures of Fire, Earth, and Stone. After a Mech, Tahtorak, and Dragon, I decided to go for a humanoid of sorts, which was both fun and difficult since the Creatures contained few of the conventional limbs and torsos (not to mention connectors) one would generally rely on. I’m quite happy with how this turned out. I’m especially pleased with the head and torso, and I think I did a decent job applying each set’s various key pieces (though I couldn’t quite get bear-trap armour to work, sadly) and grouping the plentitude of gold, orange and purple together.
  2. The title says it all, I really like Axonn and Brutaka, but I like Botar too, is it worth buying extra just to make him? or should I just disassemble Axonn and Brutaka for a while? what do you think?
  3. A wizened elder from the Region of Earth often speaks of a legendary creature that slumbers deep below the ground of Okoto. Though there are none who can confirm his claim, so too are there none who can disprove it, for no one has dared ventured to the place the elder describes as the great beast’s location. In his saga, he recounts his arduous journey where he traverses innumerable tunnels, caverns and chasms on a quest he was fated to walk alone. He takes pleasure in describing his encounters with multi-headed scorpions, moles that breathed fire, and geodes of rock and crystal that he swears moved on their own accord. At the climax of his fable he tells of a great tomb, hewn from the purest of crystal by ancient, mysterious hands. Venturing within its innermost chamber, he beheld a wondrous sight – a mighty sleeping dragon curled up atop a huge pile of bones, shimmering in a magnificent kaleidoscope of colour. With great spectacle the elder describes the moment where the dragon’s eye opened, it’s penetrating gaze boring into his very mind and heart. To the wicked and selfish, the dragon shall show no quarter, it’s splendorous breath of light withering the unworthy’s very spirit before finally burning away their flesh, leaving nothing left of them but their skeleton to add to its heap. But to the righteous and pure of heart, to the ones who live a life of integrity and selflessness; with an earthshattering ‘doot’ of its trumpet it shall bestow a grand gift of calcium and strong bones. This is a combiner model made solely from the pieces contained in the sets 70791 Skull Warrior, 70792 Skull Slicer, 70793 Skull Basher and 70794 Skull Scorpio. I only just got the Skull Slicer last month, so I thought it would be neat to do another G2-style combiner (even if it is a tad late). Pretty happy with how this turned out - the biggest challenge was by far finding ways to use that absolute rainbow of neon colours you've got without this looking too horrid.
  4. 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!
  5. Some of you may remember about a year and a half ago, BZPower member Volitak_Boxor posted a topic about a previously undiscovered 2003 Matoran Combiner, the instructions of which appeared to be included in a Kabaya promtional release of some of the 2003 Matoran. The only images of the instructions that were able to be located were quite low res, and no one seemed to own a Kabaya Hafu, Macku, or Hewkii. Now that I've nearly completed my Bionicle collection, I decided to order a Kabaya Hafu to get a copy of these instructions. I've also documented the unboxing process to show off this rare promotional item. In fact, this may be the first English review of a 2003 Kabaya Matoran set. I didn't have access to a real camera, so some of the lighting and composition of the photos may be kind of off/bad. I also don't speak Japanese, so if you can and some of the images aren't clear enough to read, PM me and I can retake pictures if necessary. Front Image. The entire set is shrink wrapped, and there is a smaller box with the Kabaya logo attached to the bottom. Back Image. Notice Hewkii, Hafu, and Macku on the back of the smaller box, presumably our first bit of evidence about the undiscovered combiner. Right side of the box. The big white sticker is attached to the shrink wrap itself, and appears to be some kind of warning about the candy. Also note the image of the combiner. Left side of the box. At this point, we've removed the shrink wrap and are now looking at the smaller box by itself. Front of the smaller box. Back of the smaller box Right side. Image of the elusive combiner. Left side. Some Japanese text. Top. Mostly Japanese text with a diagram showing how to open the box. Bottom. Barcode and more Japanese text I also took some images of the box compared with a European and an American box from my own collection to show some of the differences. In the next few images, the European box is always on the left, or the top when applicable, while the American box is always on the right, or the bottom. Front, Back. Top, Bottom. The image of Takanuva, Makuta, and the island of Mata Nui on the Kabaya box is actually a sticker (more visible here) that has been attached to the box itself. It's my belief that the Kabaya box is merely a European box with the sticker slapped on, because after opening the Hafu set, I found what looks like to be a standard 2003 Hafu without any instructions to the combiner. The instructions were normal in appearance. Having gone back and opened up the smaller box, we're greeted by some white hard candy and a folded up instruction sheet. The candy looks surprisingly normal for being so old. It's unclear whether or not it fits in a Zamor launcher. High resolution scan of the combiner instructions. I've left these unedited. High resolution scan of the back of the combiner instructions. Unfortunately, it just shows that you can combine 3 Rahkshi in to the Rahkshi Kaita Za and Vo models. And that's all I've got. I hope you enjoyed this unboxing. If you'd like to see the unedited images in their full size, there is an unsorted imgur album here. I must say, it's quite an interesting feeling to opening a set this old. Fresh G1 parts are always nice though. Meanwhile, I'm off to Bricklink to get another Black Pakari to turn Hafu into a rebuilt Taipu for my collection.
  6. 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!
  7. Seeing as JTO Makuta was a combiner model. I thought I'd take a crack at making a Makuta that used soley pieces from the purple sets. The sets used in this combiner are Protector of Earth Onua Master of Earth Skull Basher Terak Creature of Earth Onua Uniter of Earth Quake Beast Mask of Control from Umarak the Hunter. With that out of the way here are the pictures http://www.brickshel...or_makuta_1.jpg http://www.brickshel...or_makuta_2.jpg http://www.brickshel...or_makuta_3.jpg http://www.brickshel...or_makuta_4.jpg http://www.brickshel...or_makuta_5.jpg http://www.brickshel...or_makuta_6.jpg Comments and criticism appreciated
  8. LEGO was kind enough to provide us with detailed models of the JTO model so that it should be easy enough to build it now; at some point I might myself go and create step-by-step instructions, but this will more than suffice. On my Flickr Courtesy of LEGO (obviously), credit to the designers: Nicolaas Vás (Brickthing), Corvin Stichert (Vezok's Friend) and Niek van Slagmaat (who I believe took the photos, so an extra thanks!)
  9. Flickr A combiner model, built only of pieces from 71308 Tahu Uniter of Fire and 71311 Kopaka and Melum Unity Set. This guy came about when I happened to have Tahu and Kopaka (and Melum) sitting on a shelf away from everything else, and it occurred to me that it might be an interesting challenge to try make a decent combiner out of those two apparently clashing sets. I even made it a goal to incorporate a function (in addition to the predictable swivel-waist), and was satisfied in managing to implement a concealable Korgot-style chest launcher. Let me know what you think, and enjoy!
  10. Almost a year ago, in this topic, it was discovered that a few combiner models of uncertain origin had actually been featured on the Bionicle website in late 2003. For those unfamiliar, these are the four models: The first model was comparatively well-known, since it was featured on the back of one of the comics from 2003, but the other models seemed like they had been mostly forgotten. Months ago, I tried to reverse-engineer and rebuild some of these models, and inspired by all the more timely Makuta-replicating topics, I finally got around to photographing a series of steps needed to construct these models. I wanted to share what I'd done: Onua Nuva + Pahrak-Kal / Pohatu Nuva + Nuhvok-Kal: http://biosector01.com/wiki/index.php/File:Inspirational_Model_3_Instructions.pdf Tahu Nuva + Kohrok-Kal: http://biosector01.com/wiki/images/a/a3/Inspirational_Model_4_Instructions.pdf I think that these reconstructions are mostly accurate, at least as far as I can tell from a single image. If anyone notices a discrepancy, though, please let me know. The Onua Nuva + Pahrak-Kal model does use one extra #2 axle, but I couldn't find a workaround that matched the photo as closely. Also, I'm curious if anyone is interested in trying to reconstruct the second model, built from Lehvak, Panrahk, and Kurahk. I don't have any idea how to rebuild that torso, but if someone else figures it out, I'd probably be willing to create a similar set of detailed photo instructions, if nobody else does.
  11. Remember the Shadow Spawn, those weird creatures Umarak summons during his fight in Journey To One? When I was in Denmark for LEGO Fan Media Days to interview the product teams, the BIONICLE team had the model that they used for the TV show available, and let me take some pictures of it! Using those pictures, I've reverse engineered the model and put together some instructions for everybody to use. Enjoy!
  12. Hey everyone! Boy, sure has been a while; last MOC I made before my old collection was sold (and for a horribly small amount, mind you) was...dang, last one in my Brickshelf I can see was my Pohatu Mistika mod, uploaded to Brickshelf in August of 2008. Really has been a long time, huh? I doubt many of you even remember me! Well, with Bionicle's return, I've indulged myself in what few sets I've been able to acquire. It's taken me time, but I've (sort of) warmed up to the CCBS system. Having only a handful of sets, i decided to challenge myself, seeing as almost all of them fell under Earth or Stone - I was going to make combiners, using only the parts available within the sets. And here's the results of that self-imposed challenge! I may write up some lore/background for each later - but for now, enjoy the pretty pictures. http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_090002.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_090016.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_090034.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_090100.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_090230.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_090418.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_091132.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_091147.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_091222.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_091351.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_091405.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_091540.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_091603.jpg
  13. A Defender and Arbiter that may have origins from the time of the Mask Makers, this ARCH 7078-28 descends from the skies with a grace rarely exhibited by a machine. Equipped with a Repeating Launcher, High-Precision Rifle, Long-Range Boosters and Proto-Alloy Talons that have been known to rend Steel-Bark Trees, the ancient construction executes its tasks surely and swiftly. This creation may be built solely from the parts contained in 70788 Kopaka and 70782 Protector of Ice. Apologies for only coming up with this a full year past their release - I only obtained these sets a short while ago. Hey, my 2001-3 combiners were more than 10 years late, so that's progress. Though its status as a robot might make it a bit harder to integrate into the Okoto wildlife than a Rahi, I guess it could fulfill a role not unlike the rogue Exo-Toa from Gen 1? More images, including exploded views that may be easily replicated, can be found on my Flickr here. Any criticism is greatly appreciated! My Paint.net competence is pretty abysmal, so any pointers in that department are welcome as well.
  14. ...To be ones already known of. Don't know what I'm talking about? One of the many wacky foreign and non-canon combiners G1 had was this often liked diddy that mixes together the blue, red and black Rahkshi into one staff wielding warrior. What you may not know is that there were apparently other models that came from the same Brickshelf gallery it came from that were not used in the (Western, at least) LEGO magazine it appeared in. These are more... out there, to say the least. And when asked if they should also be include in the alternate model database back in October, Volitak_Boxor said no because they weren't, to out knowledge, LEGO-sanctioned like the Japanese model was. Until now... While browsing on Google, I came across this old BZPower news archive page that shows the picture of one of the combiners and lists it as being one of four "Inspired by BIONICLE" creations available on BIONICLE.com's Builder's Section without instructions but rather a single image, and also that they weren't seen on the LEGO Club website. So I went through the Wayback Machine for the Builder's Section page around this date and did indeed find four "Inspiration Models" without images saved. And clicking for a close-up gave more information. "Inspirational Model #1" uses Turahk, Vorahk & Guurahk so it matches the magazine-published combiner and states "Tip: Use the Rahkshi shoulder parts to create the body of this imposing character.". "Inspirational Model #2" uses Panrahk, Kurahk & Lerahk so it matches the BZPower listed image's combiner and states "Tip: Use Rahkshi back parts to create the long arms. Remember that good balance is the most important part of this model!". "Inspirational Model #3" uses Onua Nuva, Pahrak-Kal, Pohatu Nuva & Nuhvok-Kal so it must be the duo combiner and states "Tip: Using Onua Nuva and Pahrak-Kal, you can create the silver version of this Ape-like creature. By combining Pohatu Nuva and Nuhvok-Kal, you can also create his golden-faced twin!". And "Inspirational Model #4" uses Tahu Nuva and Kohrak-Kal so it must be the remaining combiner and states "Tip: Combine the various limbs of both Tahu Nuva and Kohrak-Kal to create extra-long legs!". So in terms of obscure and goofy, but LEGO-sanctioned combiners, we can also now add these guys to the continually growing list!
  15. Combiner models need more love and the transparent blue elements from Kopaka and Gali plus Kopaka's ice sword elements cried out for an ice dragon rahi. I also experimented with the new gearbox and leftover parts and ended up with a golden ice scarab with nice gear-powered movement. What do you think? More photos here, including gif and video of the scarab's motion.
  16. Guten tag once again! Here's a neat little combiner you can make with a pair of Bohrok. My minions of choice were a Levahk/Levahk-Kal hybrid, Pahrak-Kal, and a random green krana thrown in for good measure. Go nuts. The Dragonfly-Kal is a species that arrived on Mata Nui shortly after the Bohrok Wars. It appears to be related to the swarms, given its insectoid appearance and nearly identical skull. However, that is where the differences end. Part of it seems to be reptillian, such as its arms and tail. Its wings resemble a thicker, armor-plated version of the Nui-Rama's, reinforced with metal alloys. These wings are always partially open; a Dragonfly can start running with its powerful forelegs, catch the wind with its wings, and let the air lift its tail end off the ground. Alternatively, it will use its tail as a third leg to walk or launch itself into the sky. While not possessing a "hive mind" like the Bohrok swarms, Dragonflies seem to have developed their own sort of language allowing them to share information almost instantaneously. For instance, if one Dragonfly finds a new type of predatory Rahi, the information quickly spreads to the whole species. The creatures don't fear Matoran, however, and a few adventureous souls have even managed to ride them. Front Back Side Top Bottom Dragon(fly) Rider AAUGH Enjoy! -Jaga
  17. Combiner of the Protectors of Jungle, Ice and Water. Skull Spiders not included. Might make instructions later.
  18. Hi guys, I managed to make a decent looking combo model of the six Protector sets. This model does not use the Skull Spiders or the extra studs. Feel free to comment with CC, but keep in mind that I had a very limited amount of parts to work with. More images here. Instructions here. EDIT: resized image to fit guidelines.
  19. I've been staying inside because of the flu, so I built the Toa Nuva Kaita earlier, and also reverse-engineered Michael Ramberg's Toa Nui Rai-Engos. I still had another full set of Toa Mata left free to use (Minus Pohatu's arms), so I gathered the Nuva and Mata scraps I had laying around, as well as a few spare parts from extras of the same sets. Spent about half an hour each building these, and figured they were post-worthy. I see them as being sort of like a Bionicle equivalent to ancient mythic and tribal gods of the elements. I'm not good at writing much about things. So without further ado, these guys: Onua-Tahu (Volcano) http://imgur.com/6XvLsUi This guy used the most spare parts from my collection, but in keeping with the personal challenge I have myself, he didn't use anything not in the Nuva or Mata sets. Mostly meant to look like a brutish, destructive giant, if anything. Lewa-Gali (Gale) http://imgur.com/O3Vu0F2 I couldn't help but want to use both axes, as it just looked so cool. The overall design is meant to be somewhere between an axe-wielding maniac, a mech, and a multi-armed deity. Pohatu-Kopaka (Avalanche) http://imgur.com/jlGVEYs Probably my favourite, although I can't quite decide between him and Gale. Intended to look like a cross between Pohatu and Kopaka's basic concepts (A runner and a swordsman), and elements. Scrap-built self-MOC (Medic) http://imgur.com/wn8mxEH Gave him the Akaku, as I love steampunk (And Kopaka), as well as a walking stick, because I've had to use one for over a year, so it fit. The medic color scheme is just what I had it easiest throwing together without being too ugly. Nothing special, just something I made out of scraps and decided I liked.
  20. Before I get started on the legend-y stuff, I'd like to give a word about this creation. I recently acquired the Protector of Earth and the Protector of Water. This creation is built exclusively with pieces from those two sets. If anyone asks, and I am in the mood, I may post instructions for this built. I only left out a skull spider mask, a few red pins, a couple small black ones, and a brain. All other pieces have been used. I'm really quite happy with how this guy turned. So much so that I invented a legend behind him. Long ago, in the Time before Time on the mythical island of Okoto, legend speaks of the Guardians. Eons before the two mask makers, Ekimu and Makuta, set forth on the island to bring the three virtues, the island lay in chaos. Strange creatures bearing elemental powers tormented the defenseless villagers. To defend themselves, the wisest of the six tribes chanted a potent spell, engineering a combination between villager and beast. These new half-breeds they called the Guardians, for the Order of Protectors had not yet been formed. A hundred of these beings were formed, and their elemental power and brute force drove the creatures into hiding beneath the earth and in the deepest forests. The villagers rejoiced, thinking they were safe. They celebrated too soon. The Guardians, programmed to defend could not acknowledge a time of peace. Thus, they enlisted the wisest villagers to engineer weapons of mass destruction from the island's elemental forces. With these, the Guardians began to lord it over the villagers they once defended. They built a great fortress at the center of the Okoto, from which they ruled the island. The enslaved villagers cried out under the whips of the Guardians. From across the sea, their call was answered. The two brothers, Ekimu and Makuta came bearing the great masks of Creation and Control, from which they forged the elemental masks. The villagers, equipped with their new powers, overturned the citadel of the Guardians, burying them deep beneath the rubble. Above the ruins, the Mask Maker's built their own metropolis above the fortress, from which they forged the Great Masks. From the six wisest villagers, they formed the Order of Protectors, to whom they entrusted six masks of special power. “When times are dark,” they said, “Gather at the Temple of Time to call forth six heros from the stars. Until then, hide these masks far away where no one could ever find them.” The Protectors returned to their home regions and did as they had been instructed. What they did not count on, however, was that something would be coming to look for them I hope you all enjoyed that. Those of you who were able to watch the 9th episode will see where I was going with this. I really like what I did with the feet. Thanks to Nescent and his awesome use of Protector masks in his Wildlife of Okoto thread inspired me. Check it out here: http://www.bzpower.com/board/topic/17041-wildlife-of-okoto/ I plan on making some more of these combiners as I acquire the rest of the Protectors. In the meantime, stay cool.
  21. This is Meltixx T.M. (Meltdown+Waspixx turtle mode) (description in gallery)sorry for low quality
  22. Dear LEGO, What do you get when you combine Pohatu: Master of Stone with the Protector of Stone? We dunno. Well, after some quick tinkering, I found that you can, in fact, actually do a combiner model with the figures rather than hand the Toa their respective Protector's weapons. See what I mean? Look at him, standing there so statuesque... Here's a close-up of his chest construction. Oh, and now he wants to take to the skies! I believe I can fly! Oh, fine. We'll give him the Golden Mask... Well, there you have it! A real combiner model! Sincerely, ~The 1st Shadow~ -------------------------- I threw this together, and decided that, while not too much different from the set, it still is more of a combiner than those power-ups. the reason I used the Protector Mask was because I felt it looked better than the other two. Here, have a gallery. Comments? Criticism? Cookies?
  23. The current official Protector/Toa (ProToa) combiners, while interesting enough, have one common deficiency: they stink like a Toa of Dumpsters went nova. To amend this, I went to get a couple of Protectors and combined them with their respective Toa. I wanted to make the combinations easily reversible from the Toa's side, incorporate elements of both Toa and Protector tools, have some Skull Spider integration, and be done only with pieces from the Toa and Protector sets. Here's what I came up with. Pohatu + Protector of Herbs and Spices Stone http://i.imgur.com/xEZ5NLW.jpg This one's my personal favorite of the two. The projectile weapon is identical to the official design. It looked nice, so why change it? I made the armor on both arms symmetrical, and fashioned a pair of "headdress" shoulderpads to accentuate a "tribal chieftan" look. To this end, the tool in his left hand is a double-ended War Rattle. Lewa + Protector of Jungle http://i.imgur.com/gJSwu7e.jpg Not much to say about this one. The clawed feet are a shoutout to Lewa Nuva's MoL design. What do you guys think? Do you have custom ProToa combiners of your own to share? Edit: Images linked; please keep posted images in BBC to 640x640 pixels and 100 kB, about. -Wind-
  24. This MOC is a Combiner of the sets 8739 Hordika Onewa and 8910 Mahri Kongu. It has not been named as I am terrible at naming things. Name it yourself if you want to + = Sorry for the large images, I am still new to photo editing. Anyways, this is the creature's passive stance (click for larger): | | Foraging: | Attacking: | Berserk Mode: | | Description: Firstly, this creature is normally passive, but can be extremely dangerous if provoked, with two stages of aggression: Aggressive Mode and Berserk Mode Aggressive Mode: Raises tail and deploys its blaster-arms, leaning forward with front limbs supporting itself and also at the ready to strike. Can fire explosive projectiles from blaster-arms, shoot streams of electrified energy from the tip of its tail, and pack a powerful punch with its forearms. Berserk Mode: This mode is utilized in desperation. Separates into two beings and splits up; the head section burrows underground for an ambush while the torso section wildly and recklessly attacks the opposition with lightning-fast moves and brute force. Head section creates diversions, surprise attacks, and overall tries to disarm or otherwise immobilize the target. Torso section gains a speed and strength boost and becomes incredibly flexible and agile as it is lighter; can fire explosive projectiles from arms, hit with explosive punches, and fire streams of energy from its "head". When attacking, the pair try to surround the enemy from both sides. This creature is actually two co-existing with each other in a symbiotic relationship; the head section can consume its food and share the energy it gains with its torso, but cannot move well on its own. The torso section enables the two to move and travel, but cannot consume food. Therefore, if the two are separated, they will die shortly after, which is why they work so hard to protect each other. Fighting Example: Berserk Mode v. Lhikan
  25. Hello again!For my second MOC post, I have Tabimir, a dark Toa of Iodine. After experimenting with his elemental abilities and his knack for robotics, Tabimir has created a series of robots- the Iodine Arsenal- running on iodine-based fuel cells. There is a unique twist to this, however; the Arsenal is not only autonomous robots- they possess the ability to transform, split, and combine as powerful weaponized armor for Tabimir.Tabimir Gallery:http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=509841Iodine Arsenal Gallery:http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=509844Full Armor Form Gallery:http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=509843MOCpage: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/328783( Please note, any parts that appear to be pink are actually bright red. )
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