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Hi, guys! When I look Four big Lego themes, Bionicle, Hero Factory, Ninjago, and Nexo Knights, I see some interesting similarities between them: 1. Their stories all have groups of heroes who have rookies that take spotlights. 2. They involve elements, which are fire, electricity, and earth. 3. They involve technology and abnormal-looking vehicles. 4. All of themes’ stories are on the similar levels of character development, how they’re constructed, and humor. 5. They all have dragons. These may be too common if you think so, there’s another interesting thing: You see, Bionicle’s characters are constraction figures and involved with elemental powers. Hero Factory’s characters also are constraction figures, but they are less involved with elemental powers and have more advanced technology than Bionicle’s. Ninjago’s characters are minifigures and involved with elemental powers. Nexo Knights’ characters also are minifigures, but they are less involved with elemental powers and have more advanced technology than Ninjago’s. So, when I look at these qualities, I would say that Hero Factory is Bionicle’s technology counterpart, Ninjago is Bionicle’s minifigure counterpart, and Nexo Knights is Ninjago’s technology counterpart and Hero Factory’s minifigure counterpart. You see, it’s like a square. I’m not sure about Hero-Factory-and-Ninjago and Bionicle-and-Nexo-Knights counterpart comparisons, but they share some more common stuff. Of course, Legends of Chima is sort of like them, but these themes are more developed than Legends of Chima. Plus, Legends of Chima is a part of Ninjago’s story, anyway. So, what do you guys think of the comparisons? Interesting, huh?