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Who is Sir Adric? How is he related to Kentis, King Jayko, Karzon, Dracus, Vladek, or the other Knights? Does he hail from a Kingdom in Morcia, or has he journeyed from beyond? Does he have a superpower like the other Knights? Why or why not? Why does he wield an Axe? Was he never taught swordsmanship, or is this a deliberate choice that reflects an aspect of his character? Efficiency? Intimidation? Brutality? Why does he fight? Does he truly wish to protect his King and his people and end the suffering caused by Vladek’s tyranny? Or is he merely compelled to fight out of his pledges as a Knight, perhaps forgoing his other duties to do so? Does he obtain liberation from performing his tasks to the utmost of his ability, or is he in reality just a slave to a system that will never let him get what he wants? ... Guess we’ll never get to know, will we? This is the result of me asking myself the question: ‘What would a Knight’s Kingdom creation look like?’ As well as relying on parts unique to the theme, I sought to emulate the basic click-jointed-brick construction fundamental to those figures released between 2004 and 2006. Though in this instance I didn’t just want to make a Bionicle with Knight's Kingdom pieces, after obtaining a bunch I’m definitely going to in the future – some real neat metallic colours.
I'm going to cut to the chase here. I don't know if this is necessarily universal and well-known knowledge in the community, but quite a few of the old discontinued themes connect to each other in some fairly interesting ways that might require your attention. So, Ninjago (arguably) connects to Ultra Agents through the continued presence of a 1x1 printed microchip piece in Ninjago sets that was most notably part of AntiMatter's staff, Ultra Agents connects to the Agents (2008-09) line through the presence of the classic Agents suit in an Ultra Agents comic, Agents connects to Racers and freaking City through their shared presence in an online flash game hosted back in the day (you know what I'm referring to, right?), and Clutch Powers connects to both Ninjago and Agents through the mention of Clutch Powers himself when Cole talks about a Fang Blade and Agent Chase's getaway car being used by good ol' Clutch Powers. But wait, there's more! Clutch Powers is the key here. Clutch Powers directly connects to the Fantasy Era Castle, Mars Mission, Space Police III and Power Miners themes in his film. Furthermore, Power Miners connects to Atlantis through the presence of one Dr. Brains in both themes, Atlantis loosely connects to Aqua Raiders, but more importantly, to Pharaoh's Quest, Alien Conquest and Dino through this one comic in a November-December 2011 issue of LEGO Club that strings them all together. Here's a link. http://lego.wikia.com/wiki/Alien_Conquest Here's something that will probably attract your attention; Johnny Thunder is canon is all of this! This connection mainly traces back to Dino and the throwaway character of Josh Thunder, who is stated to be a descendant of Johnny Thunder in the 2012 edition of the LEGO Book. There's also a correlation between Knights Kingdom II and Alpha Team through the villain of Ogel, who is stated to be a descendant of Lord Vladek himself. Unfortunately, there's no other connection to any other line in this little universe we've established. Another thing! Galaxy Squad and Ultra Agents are in the same continuity as Solomon Blaze is a prominent character in both themes. If we are to take Galaxy Squad's clear inspiration from Starship Troopers to heart, I think we know why Solomon has a missing leg by the time Ultra Agents rolls around. Yet another thing! Legends of Chima connects to all of this as Chima is shown to be one of the sixteen realms during Ninjago: Possession. Aside from that, there really isn't that much else that comes to mind. I just wanted to bring this forth.
Hi friends! My name is Artie Diend and i've been selling toys online for many years now. Feel free to check out my feedback (and more pictures for these auctions) on ebay over at: http://www.ebay.com/usr/artiediend PAYPAL only! COMPLETE set of 6 LEGO BIONICLE Toa Nuva. All pieces and canisters are included. Tahu & Kopaka are missing instructions, but otherwise are complete. $60 for the set! LEGO Knights' Kingdom sets 8704 and 8706 - Sir Ardic & Karzon. Complete with all peices, instruction, and tins! $10 each or $18 for both! Tranformers Kreo Kreon Hound (x2), Shockwave, Bumblebee. $10 each, will make a deal as a lot! LEGO 30315 polybag - LEGO City space toy - $5LEGO 30275 polybag - Star Wars advance tie fighter prototype - $4 Kreo Star Trek USS Kelvin $7
I originally bought the Wave 2 version of Knight's Kingdom's resident villain, Lord Vladek, so I could use his armor plates to spruce up my Antroz figure. Then I decided that Vladek would serve me better on my shelf as opposed to my parts bin. So, with a little Technic magic, the Scorpion Knight has been reborn. Other pictures: Back Battle Stance Beneath the Mask Strike Enjoy and critique.