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  1. Lol, this: https://dreager1.com/2013/09/27/lewa-vs-reidak/comment-page-1/#comment-52622 Lewa fanboy is clearly biased. Firstoff, Lewa's Midak Skyblaster, Air Katanas, and Air Axe are all from different forms, and it is unfair to pit him with 3 forms worth of kit against Reidak with one, especially since Lewa can't just shift between forms at will. Aside from this, in the canon, Reidak easily snaps his Air Katanas, rendering them useless until they are later repaired, his Air Axe, being from a weaker form, would likely suffer such critical damage just as easily, if not easier. Finally, his Skyblaster fires light energy, which is great against shadow based beings, like Makuta, which is the whole reason he uses it against them in that part of the story... while it would certainly do damage to Reidak, it wouldn't deal nearly as much to him as a Makuta, and since it alone didn't have enough stopping power to just obliterate a Makuta, it wouldn't be enough to be a finisher against the Skakdi either. The blogger forgot entirely to mention the sword Lewa wields in his Phantoka form as well. Furthermore, Reidak is a BEAST of a tank, he is probably one of, if not THE tankiest character in the franchise, and Lewa is typically depicted as a speed user, high speed and quick strikes, but little power. Lewa simply does not have the sheer force to even phase Reidak WHICH IS EXACTLY why Lewa loses to him in the canon. No, I am not a Reidak fanboy. I just find it extremely annoying when I see "who would win" outcomes that fail at all to acknowledge anything about the characters or how they fight, or pit them against each other on a level playingfield. Long story short, Lewa should only get the benefits, including equipment, of one form, and the characters' abilities and fighting styles need to be considered beforehand, not just "I think Lewa could win because I like Lewa". =\
  2. A short story I wrote for Iaredios the Hip Historian for BZP's Secret Santa 2015. Forgot to put it up before, so here it is now. I might edit a little bit some time soon, but until then... enjoy! *** Atop the dune he stood, staring deeply into the eyes of the rider in black not a hundred meters before him. The harsh, biting wind whipped his cloak around his body, and sent piercing sand mercilessly into his eyes, so that he could only squint; yet the sun was so bright (and so hot upon him), that no chance of clear vision was present. Even so, the Rider in the valley before him was so dark, its chaotic aura so strong, that as it practically begged him to approach, Iaredios – for that was the Agori’s name – had no trouble knowing it was there. Indeed, he could feel the evil. But, who exactly was this "he"? Iaredios was a curious individual. His lineage was a proud one, but his ancestry had always stirred up controversy among other families of the Iconox. It was a well known fact that somewhere back a great grandfather of his had children with a Skrall or two, introducing their blood to the line. This was forbidden; but the matter was quickly covered up. For indeed, the Paerkenons as they were known were a powerful family of nobles: neither the highest in social stature nor the lowest, minor in size and influence, but still quite capable in the art of deception and influence. For cautionary purposes, mind you; not malevolence. It was many years ago that the House of Paerkenon fell, the reason why lost to time (and purposely so). But from the ashes of the nobles’ corpses one last descendant rose, born amidst the disaster and that miraculously, by the Great Spirit’s grace, survived. This was Iaredios, the last Paerkenon and a noble akin to his greatest forefathers. And as you can see from his history, curious! Indeed, the blood in his veins seemed to meet with a delta of different blood at some river, as his body was lightly riddled with the telling marks of a Skrall: maze-lines and spikes, though his were scarce and in most cases barely visible. The knobs ascending his head were so faint they remained naught but freckles in comparison to the spikes of the true-bloods; and the lines traversing his back, shoulders and chest were not raised but faded, barely visible but in shadowed conditions, where a slight glow was produced from them. His whole body was like blue sand in color, mottled in places as if some other color had been haphazardly scattered in and briefly stirred. Expensive fur robes and a cloak and hood serve as his wardrobe, and a small, curved blade of wicked origin as his defense. So this was Iaredios, noble in mind and powerful of blood, sitting atop a Rock Steed and, with a hand over his brow, peering over the expanse that stretched across the desert expanse before and beneath him. His left hand rested on the sword at his waist as he adjusted the helmet on his head – made it himself, as stories go; patterned after a tribal mask of a time before time – with his right. He was stalling, yes, but not for lack of courage; rather, for a lack of understanding. Why was he here, on a holiday of all days? The simple answer was that something – or someone, as it seemed - had called out to him in a challenge. He’d felt it in his sleep, and he’d felt it as he awoke. He felt it as he armored himself this morning, and as he began the journey into the desert. And as he looked on at the armored menace sitting atop his own Rock Steed in the valley below, he felt it in a chasm so low in his heartlight that it almost hurt. This was the “simple” answer, indeed. But he sought the complicated one: why does this being want him, and from what demonic source does it draw its power? “Time to find out,” Iaredios spoke aloud, yanking on the reigns and sending his Steed charging forward down the dune and straight towards his opponent. He drew his sword and held it aloft as he descended upon his enemy. The rider before him, once silent and still, suddenly snapped to life, as if the challenging move made by Iaredios had given him further energy. Shrugging his great black cloak and pulling the hood closer to his face with long, thick claws, the Rider drew his own weapon – a thorny club of hardash wood, the kind that grows stronger as it burns in fire. It is a favorite weapon of the Elite Skrall, and it appeared to Iaredios, who was drawing close enough to see the figure more clearly, that it was indeed one of these individuals… yes, even the thorns on his head were visibly protruding from underneath the hood, and pushing up on the fabric from beneath. And on the shoulder of his cloak – just there beneath a fold – was a small symbol. He couldn’t make out the details clearly from this distance, but the blood-red color of it glinting in the sun was enough to confirm the villain’s origin. Skrall, indeed. So perhaps another challenger? Ah, but the power… the power within this one. It was almost unreal. Something else was at work here. Iaredios was close enough now to hear the breathing of the Skrall’s Steed, and decided to make the first move. He swung his sword down mightily towards the Rider’s head. The Rider’s reflexes were keen; he reined his Steed away and went on the offense with a massive swipe of his club. Iaredios ducked and reared his beast back, preparing for another strike. “Your decision to lure me into battle here today is a poor one, Skrall,” Iaredios shouted above the wind. “I’ve defeated many of your kind – you will be no different.” The creature snarled and urged his Rock Steed forward, swinging again at the Agori. Iaredios ducked again, and this time followed up with a harsh stab of his sword into the enemy Steed’s neck. The blade sank in deeply, causing the beast to rear back in pain and fright – the sword still lodged in its skin. The Skrall held on tightly, his cloak swirling around him like a black rain cloud as he regained control of the injured animal. Iaredios regained his own balance and cursed at having lost his weapon. “The Great One calls for your death, sand mite,” Iaredios’s opponent rumbled, pulling himself to his full height and twirling his weapon in threatening arcs. “We shall comply.” He lunged again, putting full momentum behind his swinging club. Iaredios again reined his Rock Steed backwards, barely avoiding the blow. He grimaced and charged his beast forward, grabbing a new weapon – a nasty-looking scythe – from his beast’s side. He quickly swung the scythe directly at the Skrall. The being held up his club and deflected the blow, then swung his weapon mightily; Iaredios blocked and returned the favor, which the Skrall also managed to block. This fast-paced duel continued for some time, until suddenly the Rock Steed beneath Iaredios pulled back without command. The Agori now sensed the exhaustion of the creature – he knew he couldn’t continue with it, lest it collapse in the midst of battle and be his demise. And so he reared back a few paces, swinging one final time to keep his enemy at bay. Using the reins, Iaredios swung down and dismounted the Steed. The Skrall, angry at how long this had been drawn out, was a bit flustered by his opponent’s move. “Come down here and face me!” Iaredios shouted from the ground, bringing his scythe up in a defensive position. His Rock Steed had retreated a few paces and was catching its breath. “Leave your steed behind and confront me on your own feet.” The Skrall was silent a moment. Then, with a long cackle, he jumped down from his steed, the beast immediately taking off. The Skrall’s large feet sent sand flying as he stomped toward Iaredios, club held high in the air and poised for the kill. Iaredios pounded his scythe against the ground in a defiant manner and brought it up into a defensive position. He was ready. What had been somewhat boring and slow before now turned to a fast-paced and brutal confrontation. Where Iaredios had speed, this Elite Skrall had strength; the Skrall’s violent swinging-and-smashing movements were easily countered by Iaredios’s decisive dodges and swift counter-attacks. As the Skrall hammered forward with randomly placed attacks, shrugging off the well-coordinated strikes of Iaredios, the Agori in turn chose his path more carefully, planning ahead to avoid the brutish onslaught and strategically striking at the Skrall’s unguarded points. It was difficult due to the enemy’s cloak concealing much of him, though, and the Skrall’s skill certainly trumped his; for with every passing second the former grew swifter and more precise, as if learning with each move provided by Iaredios. The Agori warrior hastily sidestepped as the Skrall brought his club smashing into the sand, mere inches from where Iaredios’s head had been. Iaredios retaliated with a quick swing to the back of the Skrall’s head; the blow connected rather solidly, and the Skrall was sent tumbling into the dune next to them. For an Agori, Iaredios was strong. The realization of this enraged the Skrall; he pulled himself back to his feet, not giving Iaredios time to strike again, and swung his club at the Agori’s legs. Iaredios back-flipped away and swung his scythe around in a flashy motion. “You’re tiring, Skrall,” he panted, slowly circling his enemy. The Skrall did the same, though at a shakier pace. “You will have to bring Tuma a different prize.” The Skrall laughed mockingly. Iaredios was surprised. “Tuma? Tuma is dead, little Halfblood. I serve beside a greater master… and we are One.” And without warning he rushed forward, striking furiously at Iaredios. He then followed up with an unexpected leg sweep, which managed to connect with Iaredios and caused him to fall on his face. The hero quickly spun away just as the Skrall tried to stomp him into the sand. Iaredios jumped up and swung his scythe, which connected with the Skrall’s club and sent sand exploding as the powerful thud of the collision sounded across the dunes. The two were at a standstill, Iaredios miraculously holding his own against this enigmatic tyrant as they kept their weapons locked in a show of might. The Skrall was slowly pushing him downwards, their faces close now, and the two stared each other down as the wind picked up pace. The coarse sand swept into their faces, the blood-red eyes of the Skrall so piercing that Iaredios could make them out even through the storm. The Agori struggled with all the power he could muster… But it wasn’t enough. He felt himself being forced closer and closer to the ground, and a slight glint could be seen from beneath the Skrall’s hood – a nasty grin. Suddenly, the brute tore his club away and smashed it downwards onto Iaredios’s still-defending scythe, causing the Agori to fall with pain to his knees as the weapon flew from his hands and into the sand. He lunged for it, but the Skrall kicked him aside, ready to deliver the final blow. “Now… little one…” he panted, hands trembling with anger and exhaustion as he raised his club above his head. “You will fall at our hands!” Iaredios, who was bleeding from the mouth and hands, solidified his expression. He looked into the piercing gaze of the Skrall with the coldness of a true Iconox. “…Not today.” Iaredios whipped a strange-looking device made of seashell from beneath his robes and blew on it. No sound came forth. The Skrall was silent a moment, and then began to chuckle. “Nice try,” he hissed, and swung his club downwards. But before the club could even make contact, a blur of silver struck forth from behind Iaredios, colliding with the Skrall’s head and cracking his helmet. The vile creature was sent flying, Iaredios gasped – he could see something sharp had pierced through to the Skrall’s cranium. Blood spilt forth as he hit the ground, silent. The Agori whipped around to see his Rock Steed, whose harsh, stinging tail had been the instrument of destruction in the Skrall’s downfall. Blood dripped from the tail’s end as the beast let out a hissing screech, pawing the ground near Iaredios and shaking its head. It wasn’t happy. Iaredios painfully rose to his feet and went to console the creature, in order to keep it from striking the Skrall again. He then limped over to the Skrall. Pulling the cloak away from the damaged being’s lifeless body, he could see that while his wound was deep, the Skrall was alive – just barely. But this was the least of Iaredios’s concern. Creeping, sickly rust covered the Skrall’s body from head to foot, resembling pulsing, organic veins. The greenish-brown substance looked alive. Iaredios recoiled in fright as the Skrall’s body twitched and writhed. The thing gnashed its teeth weakly in anger, before hacking blood and green bile from its mouth in a final show of corruption. Then it was still. “What the Karzahni are you?” Iaredios breathed. “He is Legion. Or, he was.” So distracted was he that Iaredios did not notice the approach of a tall, muscular Glatorian – no, not a Glatorian; a Toa – from behind. Bright red and clad in silver armor, the Toa stood before Iaredios with a large sword in hand, ragged cloak fluttering around his body. “Iaredios?” the Toa spoke, casting a cautious glance at the unconscious form of the dead monstrosity. He stabbed his sword into the sand and knelt to the Agori’s height. “Are you alright? What are you doing out here in the desert?” Thirsty and exhausted, Iaredios removed his helmet and rubbed his forehead, desperately trying to blink through the sand and blood in his eyes. As his vision reset, he could make out a Hau Nuva, through which stormy grey eyes peered. Not just a Toa, a Toa Nuva, clad in silver armor… Jakura! “…I… received a message this morning, my friend,” he replied after a moment. “I was wanted here, at this spot. I expected foul play – and I was correct.” He motioned towards the Skrall. “But it was for worse then I could’ve imagined.” The Toa looked from the Agori, to the Skrall, to the Rock Steed and then back to Iaredios. “Yes. He is – they are – Legion. One of many Skrall that have been infected with the Darkness. That is why he undoubtedly referred to himself as ‘we’ and ‘us’; not only in reference to his brethren, but also to the living shadows feeding off of him. You were lucky he came alone. And… I can’t believe you beat him by yourself!” “I didn’t,” Iaredios coughed, reaching for the water skin at his waist. “I had help.” He then gestured towards his Rock Steed. The Toa cocked an eyebrow, amazed. “Where does it come from, though?” Iaredios pressed, rather confused. “I could feel the evil emanating from it. Even from home… the corruption, the darkness… surely it’s not from…?” “Look, ‘Dios, I’m sorry you’re only learning of this threat now, but I’m afraid the full story will have to wait. The Voroxian First Order made their move during your absence today, and we’ve needed every warrior that can function – especially Agori such as yourself. We need more soldiers at the bunkers, protecting the villagers from the Zesk Tunnelers while my brothers and sisters and I fight on the front lines. Are you strong enough to assist?” Iaredios sighed, before latching his helmet back on his head. He leaned heavily on his scythe nodded firmly, looking quite formidable despite his injuries. “Of course,” he said with a fully serious expression. “I’ve been bored to death for the past few hours.” The Toa nodded with a somber grin, pulled his sword from the sand and sheathed it on his back, and went to grab the Skrall’s corpse. He removed his cloak and wrapped the body in it, hauled it into the air, and tied it down on Iaredios’s Steed. Iaredios watched as Jakura Nuva walked back to his own mount – a large, winged beast with a single horn on its head - jumped into the saddle, and patted the thing’s neck. The Rahi gracefully lifted into the air. “Drop the corpse at the nearest security encampment, and then join me at Terai so we can patch you up.” Iaredios nodded, stepping up into his Steed’s saddle and grabbing the reins. He gave a humorless chuckle. “What a way to spend Naming Day, right?” The Toa snorted and slapped his mount’s reins. “I wouldn’t dream of spending it any other way,” he shouted, as he and his Rahi soared off. “Neither would I,” Iaredios murmured to himself. “Neither would I.” He reared his Steed around and sent it into a charge camp, his mind occupied with question after puzzling question. To his own shock, he was already forgetting… but maybe that was a good thing. He shook his head in dismissal and turned to the matter at hand.
  3. Daedalus vs the Minotaur by Mohamed Marei, on Flickr I know this is not exactly how it went down in the Mythos, but I employed a bit of artistic license to depict a fight scene between the Minotaur and his imprisoner, Daedalus. This is dedicated to BZPower member Daedalus, for whom I happened to be selected Secret Santa. Well I can now gladly present him with his gift, this desert fight scene! LDD file available Here. Merry Christmas!
  4. Gali Mistika vs Gorast Ok, so I wanted to redo that previous versions of these characters, for various reasons, and I wanted it to be an actual action scene. I ended up trying a very anime style action scene. However, Gali's pose and hair is mostly based-off of Lady Deadpool, because... uh why not? Anyway, I think I toned it down a lot compared to previous one, considering this just an action scene. The damaged armor is suppose to look similar to the Transformers movies, only it's not energon, but green Antidermis energy. (Remember, Makuta are really just armor controlled by evil glowing green energy goo.) Criticism, compliments, concerns? (If there is a legitimate issue. I will try my best to fix it.) (Oh and please no off topic nonsense... so if you have nothing to say about the actual picture then please refrain from commenting.) (Thank you)
  5. My musical entry for the Titans and Monsters contest. I tried to make the piece sound like the background music to a very desperate situation with a hope spot near the end of it. Anyways, here's The Link (No, not this one.)
  6. This may seem copyed from Technic couliseum, but it is of my own disign... This game chalenges my spriting skills, comic skills, and posing skills. all put together to make one cool game. RULES: (ALL BZP RULES APPLY!) no what I call ,supernoobofawesome, weapons. (AKA things like: staff of a bajillion hit points, or mask of indestructableness-ness, ect.) No instant death kills unless enemy was stabbed in the heart, neck, or brain. no flying unless toa of gravity, you have a miru, or if you have a kadin No using the mask of life unless it is a special event. anounced by me or a sub-staff. You may not have more than five things in your inventory unless it is a special event or if you perchase a bag for 500 W. No useless comments like 'LOL' or '*random joke*' No having an army. You are a Toa/skakkdi/rahkshee/vahkii/anybionicleofsimilarsize MOC of your own disign, with a weapon of your choice. HOW TO ENTER: make/create a moc or PM me details. (may NOT be canon char.) PM! NOT COMMENT! give me an image(s) of the moc so I may sprite it up. give me details about his/her background story. Explain what he can do. (element, weapon function, mask type, ect.) I will determin your MOC's mind, agility, strangth, and toughness. (total= 15 pts to start with) I will make an image and post your statts on the first post (here) you startout with 50,000 widgets. (50 studs equal 1 widget) HOW TO PLAY: challenge an opponent by PM, along with a wager of widgets. announce it in comments, along with the agreeable fair wager. Post your stratigy in a spoiler with your opponent. along with *area setting. I read them and make an action comic using the stratigies. the winner is determined. then is awarded. TOA: Loganto- 600 HP E: Plantlife W: dual energy katars (-30 HP per hit) Ag: 4 St: 4 Tou: 3 Mi: 4 Items: akakomaku (mask) RAKSHII: SKAKDII: VAHKI: OTHER: EVENTS: when there is an event, I will post a comment saying a particular event is in session for (insert time here). rules of current events I made up: Group battle- 2 or more players, free for all light VS dark- 2 or more players, 2 teams. Bag full 'o' goodies- 2 player, unlimited inventory weapon pack- 2 player, winner gets 1 free weapon forge. AREA SETTING: sea of protodermis- moving platforms, and an audience to laugh at your defeat. Kini Nui- colapsable stone towers, and a hole that leads to your death. Grass field- a quiet little place, isn't it? Glatorian arena- very messy, alot of... clean-up. Bowl of soup- careful, it's hot! plain white background- where am I? ITEMS: Mask- 8000 W Hau • Kaukau • Miru • Kakama • Pakari • Akaku Huna • Rau • Mahiki • Komau • Ruru • Matatu Calix • Elda • Suletu • Sanok • Kadin • Iden Arthron • Faxon • Zatth • Garai • Volitak • Tryna (gives corosponding ability; one use per battle; useless for vahki and rahkshii) Weapon forge- 10000 W (make coustom weapon) Bottle of energised protodermis- 1000 W (pour on self or foe; 50% chance of death; 25% chance of mutation; 25% chance of fusion to random object) Disk- 3000 (power may be chosen; regenerates; -30 HP per hit) Trainer- 1000 W Per +1 (adds agility, strength, mind, and toughness) Name change- 25 Std (changes your name) (under development) LET THE GAMES BEGIN!
  7. Well, I decided to whip this up when I was bored with homework - about 30 mins of Do NOT bypass the word filter - Rayg sketching, and 30 mins of coloring during breaks at school. What I was thinking of when I drew this was the scene where Master Chief was on the forerunner dreadnought in the Halo 2 ending cutscene, where Lord Hood says, "Mind telling me what you're doing on that ship?" to which Chief replies, "Sir. Finishing the fight." Finish the Fight became Halo 3's official tagline. You will notice that Lewa is cocked to the side, with the light coming behind from behind him, similar to that in the cutscene. Well, it's nothing special, but I hope you like it. As you may know, Lewa Nuva actually had some design elements from Master Chief (many of which were eventually cut), but I also just saw Bionicle 2008 as a heroic finishing point for a main portion of the plot arc. Also, if the picture doesn't work, here is the URL: http://s1242.beta.photobucket.com/user/relicblade/media/Leewah00013_zps3897a8cd.jpg.html And of course, BZP says that my picture thing isn't allowed. Just take the link, please. P.S. Sketched in pencil, then scanned, then colored using Photoshop CS5.
  8. Yes, everyone, a text game version of Star Wars: Sybre Edition (an upcoming Bionicle-related movie soon to be made by yours truly) has arrived! Prepare for extreme awesomeness! Read on to find out the rules that force you down. Staff: This is Bionicle-related. I promise. It's just Bionicle in a Star Wars movie. RulesFirst of all, unrelated text must be labeled OOC. Related text must be labeled IC.BattlingSurprise! This is a fighting game. If you've seen ANY Star Wars movies, you'd know what to expect. The Jedi and Sith use lightsabers and the Force to dismember each other. The rest of the fighters are normally made up of gun-type and other weaponed people. Remember, you can't suddenly gain ANY of these weapons automatically. However, you can buy lightsabers and better guns in the shop (will be explained soon).Now, killing and slashing limbs and other stuff off of people is strictly forbidden. However, wounding is possible. Don't worry, if you have a first-aid kit (one is provided upon joining the game and you can buy more using credits, which will be explained later), you can heal yourself. Melee is also allowed, but I wouldn't suggest it against lightsabers. And troopers along with other non-Jedi/Sith can't use the Force.And absolutely NO godmodding! The Jedi Order frowns upon that. And no controlling other players' characters.RoundsThis adds zest to the battles. Each round lasts 3 days and will be judged by me afterwards. And, please, follow the rules of the rounds. Rules and round types are provided in a sec.WeaponsWhat's a Star Wars or Bionicle game without epic weapons? You start with ONE weapon and can buy more in the shop with credits. I'm just gonna level with you; lightsabers almost always beat guns. Jedis have been shot before. However, better guns can beat lightsabers a little more easily. However, you can't destroy weapons.ShoppingShopping is how you get more stuff around here. You can buy custom-colored weapons, bombs, armies, and even spaceships (which are only used in space locations)! The main currency the shop accepts is credits, which are rewarded to you for your performance in the rounds.You can only shop in between rounds. So that gives you about 2 days to shop. Once the new round starts, there's no turning back. If you buy something, post what you bought and how many credits you spent. Please follow this rule as it applies to the private records.The actual shop is displayed after some reading. Underlined stuff is very special.ArmiesYes, you can buy your own different armies to crush foes with. If another player has an underlined weapon, they can easily destroy your armies, but not all at once. You can only use one army per round.RoundsRounds are just simply battles with certain rules you must follow. They can happen anywhere in the Star Wars universe with many obstacles which mix the rounds up a bit. The first round will start after a minimum of six players have joined.Free-for-AllYou read it right! There are no teammates to hold you back, but minor alliances with two members are allowed. This is the only round where you can use armies.Team BattleIt's easy. I split you into two teams and you just try to beat each other.Boss BattleThis is a round type where you can be killed. By the selected boss, anyway. Bosses are extremely hard to beat and require teamwork to beat.Space BattleNo ground weapons apply. Just your spaceship! However, If you don't own a spaceship, I'll hook you up with a free starfighter. This is the only round where you can use spaceships, unless there's a space boss battle. There is a team version, also. Basically a space version of the team battle.Darth ZeltrothIn the movie, Darth Zeltroth was a legendary figure who was a very powerful Sith. He almost defeated the Republic in a great war, but was finally destroyed when he was surrounded by ships who open-fired on his starfighter in a space battle. Prior to his death, he swore revenge on the Jedi Order by destroying it in a whole new generation. He returned as a young Jedi named Sybre, the Chosen One. When Sybre became the new Zeltroth, he had newer, better armor. Fueled by anger, his main emotion, Zeltroth inherited his ancestor's legacy.So what role does he play in the game? Thanks for asking! He is your solution to rule-breakers! If anyone continues to break the rules after a friendly warning, call in ol' Zeltroth to undo the great wrong. Don't abuse Zeltroth's powers or I'll use the raging Sith on you!Official In-game ShopEverything must be bought with your credits, people! Don't worry, I'll keep special records, but you should keep track of your credits also. You get 100 credits to start.WeaponsLightsaber (custom-color): 300 cIon Blaster: 50 cPlasma Cannon: 250 cElectrostaff: 275 cWood Staff: 75 cStun Gun (works for three posts at a time): 200 cSleep Dart (works for three posts only): 25 cDisk Launcher: 125 c (Ammo costs 10 c per disk)Explosive Disk Launcher: 325 c (Ammo costs 50 c per disk)Battle-Axe: 100 cVibro-Axe: 375 cFire Whip: 350 cBomb: 95 cToa Staff: 200 cRhotuka Launcher: 265 c (Effects cost 10 more credits. Also tell your effect in your "receipt". If it's not fair, I will tell you to change it.)Toa Sword: 125 cVehicles (Goldenrod means space only)Starfighter: 500 cTIE Fighter: 475 cSpeeder Bike: 400 cArmiesClone Trooper: 50 soldiers=200 c, 75=250 c, 100=300 cBattle Droid: 50 soldiers=150 c, 75=200 c, 100=250 cThe shop will be expanded later.Entry FormWell, people, this is crucial to your entry. Copy, paste, and fill this out in your first post to enter!Name:Age: (optional)Species: (must be a species in BIONICLE. Turaga is allowed)Gender:Alignment: (This helps determine who your teammates will be in a team battle.)Affiliation:Rank:Weapon(s): (Must be appropriate for your affiliation)Desription and/or picture:Cybernetics: (optional)Special Abilities: (optional)Bio: (optional)Here's an example:Name: Sybre AirrunnerAge: 24Species: MatoranGender: MaleAlignment: Good, later evilAffiliation: Jedi Order, later Sith OrderRank: KnightWeapons: Two lightsabersDesription and/or picture: Jedi, Sith (before Zeltroth transformation)Cybernetics: Cyborg handSpecial Abilities: ForceBio: Sybre and his younger brother Reggie were Force-sensitive children who wanted to fufill their destinies by using their powers for good in the Republic. A new Jedi Master named Junji Un-Zanoki chose them to be his apprentices sometime after their training. Together, they faced Darth Vlaud with the assisstance of Junji's master Rhy Von Flyn. As they four battled the deadly Sith, he knocked out Sybre and Reggie. Rhy Von then kicked his skills up a notch and fought for real, but was killed by Vlaud. Rhy's killer then turned toward Junji's fledgling apprentices to kill them himself, but Zanoki snuck up on Vlaud and cut him in half, finishing the job by throwing him into a pit. Sybre and his brother later became Padawans near the time when the clone troopers were introduced. During the following Clone Wars, Sybre's hand was cut off by Count Eoku. Ever since, Sybre had swore revenge. Upon becoming a Jedi Knight, he battled and effortlessly killed Eoku, pleasing the Sith. A Sith spy later approached him with a deal. If Sybre joins the dark side, he will become more powerful. Sybre did so, becoming the new Darth Zeltroth. He worked on destroying the Jedi Order, but was stopped by Junji, his former master and friend, who relectantly slashed off all of Sybre's limbs and left him to burn in lava. Vidior, the Emperor of the Sith, founder him and put him in a suit of armor better than the previous Zeltroth's. And so, Zeltroth's reign of terror had continued.Player ListIf you want to quit the game, PM me so I can empty your spot. TNG Prime Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open OpenThere you have it, folks! Start entering! More info might be added later.-Sybre
  9. HAVE AT YOU SOME CONCEPT!This is a frame of a scene being worked on for BIONICLE: Rebellion, which is were Deusui (Guy with knife) fights off a Rahkshi.
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