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  1. This year, 2010, is the 10th anniversary of Bionicle’s 2010 storyline, the final storyline with Lego sets. It is about Mata Nui and Makuta Teridax using giant robot bodies to fight each other for the fate of Bara Magna while characters from past storylines or their counterparts participate and fight each other to help them. It’s because Mata Nui has to reform Spherus Magna, which was destroyed long ago and it is the primary purpose for Bionicle 2001-2010’s story, but Teridax is getting in his way. I know that Bionicle is not here, even that Faber was talking about it nowadays, but let’s be happy for Bionicle for something else. Think of the positives. I would love to have us celebrate this storyline’s 10th anniversary when I explain what it is about. First, let me say why the storyline happened. It happened when in late November 2009, Lego announced that Bionicle is going to be cancelled in early 2010 “for the foreseeable future”. That was emotionally devastating. We all went crazy about it. Originally, Bionicle was going to have more years to come, but this happened (well, we did get a script for the cancelled fifth Bionicle movie). In early 2010, we only got six small sets that have the Agori build in 2009 storyline. That was plain silly. It was very depressing for what happened, but it happened unbelievably. Bionicle got cancelled for the first time in 2010. Anyway, here’s what the storyline is about: It takes place after the 2009 storyline, when Mata Nui, who was exiled by Makuta Teridax in the 2008 storyline, was using a coin found by Berix in a hidden lab owned by the Great Beings long ago as a map to find something that could help him get the Matoran Universe back from Teridax. He was going with his friends, Ackar, Kiina, Gresh, and Berix, to go there, but a bunch of Skrall attacked the group and injured Berix, so Mata Nui decided to tell his friends to stay in the Mega-Village for their own sake. Mata Nui went alone, but he had Click coming along because Cluck can turn into a shield. The coin led Mata Nui to the Valley of the Maze, which is something that his friends, Tarduk and Crotesius, had been talking about (referencing the 2009 storyline’s podcast serial called Riddle of the Great Beings, where Tarduk couldn’t finish his quest to go to the Maze). Crotesius took Mata Nui to the Maze. Mata Nui went inside the maze, which inspired the symbol for the Skrall’s tribe called the Rock Tribe. He had to survive traps in there. When he got to the center of the maze, he found Tarduk. Both of them survived a deadly fake volcano. Mata Nui found a room in the volcano. When he accidentally activated a screen in there, it reminded him of his origins: About 100,000 years ago, people noticed the Energized Protodermis in Spherus Magna’s core. They had a war called the Core War over it, but this caused the substance to destroy the planet by splitting it into three pieces, Bara Magna, which is the desert planet, the main part of it, and its people were suffering in there, Aqua Magna, the water moon, which is where Mata Nui’s Great Spirit Robot body (the 40-million-foot-tall robot with god-like powers, the Matoran Universe inside it, and Makuta controlling it to do tyranny) is, and Bota Magna, the jungle moon. That’s called the Shattering, and this inspired the Three Virtues symbol in the Matoran Universe. People from Bara Magna hated the Great Beings for the Shattering. The Great Beings created Mata Nui and the Great Spirit Robot before SM was destroyed, and they did it to heal the planet. Before Mara Nui was created, there was a prototype of him being tested out, but something went wrong with it, so it exploded into many giant pieces, even though that Bara Magna’s people use the pieces to make their villages and then put them together to form the Mega-Village because of their unity in the end of the 2009 storyline. Mata Nui had to study many worlds in the galactic universe, which is required for him to heal the planet, so no one can make the same mistake again. About 1,001 years ago, when Mata Nui was done learning, he was ready to go to Bara Magna and glue the three pieces back into Spherus Magna, but Makuta caused the Great Cataclysm in the 2004 storyline, which stopped Mata Nui by putting in a come, and then Mata Nui crashed landed onto Aqua Magna. This caused all other storylines to happen in the first place, and made him forget about his mission. When the Toa Nuva woke him up in the 2008 storyline, Mata Nui was going to recover his lost memories, but Teridax took over the Great Spirit Robot and banished Mata Nui. Mata Nui landed on Bara Magna, which was his intended destination, but in a wrong way. Mata Nui needed his original body back or something similar to it, like the prototype robot, to restore the planet, he discovered something else. He learned that the Great Beings wanted to build another Mata Nui robot required for the mission, but they had the time because the Shattering happened. After learning about all of this, Mata Nui felt hopeless because he wanted to help Bara Magna’s people heal their planet, and the prototype robot was useless because it didn’t have a power source anymore. However, when he told Tarduk about his origins and impossible mission, Tarduk helped Mata Nui by finding a power source in the volcano for the prototype. Mata Nui and Tarduk came back to the Mega-Village with the power source, which is a cube containing a lot of power. Mata Nui told Raanu, who is the leader of the village’s people, about what he had learned and wanted to ask his permission to use the prototype to do his mission. Raanu and Mata Nui’s gang were surprised at first and Raanu was too reluctant to let Mata Nui use the prototype because they couldn’t believe Mata Nui’s story and the prototype made up the people’s new home, but this reminded him of a time when he noticed the Great Beings building the Great Spirit Robot while working for them, everyone wants the planet to be prosperous again, people respects Mata Nui for his heroism in the 2009 storyline, and Raanu would lose his honor, so he let Mata Nui use the prototype. Mata Nui also warned the people that he sensed that Teridax is coming and will use the Great Spirit Robot to destroy them. The Great Beings originally planned for Teridax to use the Robot and Mata Nui to use the prototype, so they can restore the planet, but Teridax didn’t know about this and only cared about tyranny. Teridax finished crushing the rebellion in the Great Spirit Robot, and then he sensed Mata Nui is still alive and worries that Mata Nui could try to find a way to defeat him, so he flew from Aqua Magna and was heading toward Bara Magna. He planned to use the Robot to take over the galactic universe, and he will use Bara Magna as a base of operations once he destroyed Mata Nui. Along the way, a creature in the Robot called Tren Krom gave a message to the Mask of Life, which Mata Nui’s spirit is in, in hopes of defeating Teridax. The rebellion couldn’t find a way to defeat Teridax. He allied with a blue Skakdi warlord named Nektann, who has water powers, and his Skakdi army, and he promised Nektann that he will give Nektann a place to conquer. Teridax formed an army of Rahkshi, most of them are Rahkshi of Heat Vision, which are yellow Rahkshi that use heat vision. After Raanu ordered his people to evacuate the Mega-Village, Mata Nui went to the prototype’s giant head. He still promised Kiina that he will find a new prosperous world for Kiina to live in, and Mata Nui was grateful that he learned about friendship and being a normal person when he arrived in Bara Magna, despite his rough experience with being a normal person, something he wouldn’t do when he was a giant robot. After Kiina left with Click for Click’s own protection, despite Kiina’s dislike on insects, Mata Nui inserted the power source into the prototype, so it could activate the prototype. Mata Nui removed the Mask of Life from his 7-foot-tall body, which caused his body to become sand again. He willed his spirit into the prototype, so he could control the prototype, like how he used to control the Great Spirit Robot. The prototype rose from the ground, and Mata Nui became extremely powerful again. He used the robot’s gravity powers to try to pull the moon back to Bara Magna, but Teridax’s arrival in Bara Magna interrupted the process. Mata Nui, instead of showing his anger to Teridax for overthrowing him, told him about their mission to restore Spherus Magna, but Teridax asked Mata Nui to join him in his conquest to take over the galactic universe. When Mata Nui declined, Teridax decided to fight and destroy him to get him out of the way, so an extremely huge battle began. However, the prototype is two-thirds the Great Spirit Robot’s size (around 27 million feet tall), weaker, and the power source is unstable, which caused Mata Nui to have some time to be able to use the prototype, so Mata Nui was kind of losing. His Glatorian friends were worried about him, so Ackar, Kiina, and Gresh came up with a plan. Ackar, Kiina, and their fellow Glatorian went to distract Teridax while Gresh, who wears new armor and uses two new blades that can use his air powers, find to get inside Teridax’s robot. The Glatorian’s Thornax Launchers couldn’t damage the robot because its shell is extremely super-tough. Teridax noticed this, so he unleashed his Rahkshi and Skakdi forces through a hatch on the robot’s foot onto the Glatorian when Gresh found the hatch. When Gresh noticed more people coming out, he attacked, but Takanuva and Tahu stopped him. They discovered that they are working on the same side for Mata Nui. The Toa told Gresh that it’s too dangerous to get inside the robot. Gresh decided to team up with them. The Mask of Life put Tahu in an illusion because the Mask got the message from Tren Krom. The message stated that Tahu must wear a magical set of armor called the Golden Armor that can be used to defeat Teridax. The Mask devolved Tahu from his Nuva form back to his original Mata form in 2001, even though that he keeps his Adaptive Armor. Tahu didn’t like that, but the Mask said that he needs his Mata form to wear the Golden Armor. After the illusion ended, the Mask used some sand to make the armor. It came in six pieces, one for a Kanohi Hau, one for chest armor, left shoulder armor, right shoulder armor, sword pummel, and shield. Tahu was going to get the armor, but Teridax noticed and blasted at the armor, scattering the pieces. A bunch of green-armored Skrall, led by Stronius, joined the fight to help the Matoran Universe villains fight the Glatorian while good-hearted people from the Matoran Universe also joined the fight against Teridax’s forces. Gresh got two pieces of the armor after defeating some Skrall who had one of the pieces. Takanuva, who changed his colors from gold to silver to avoid getting attention, was having a hard time fighting the Rahkshi of Heat Vision because they wore modified to wear thicker armor that is immune to elemental Light attacks. However, Takanuva defeated some Rahkshi that had one of the pieces, and he got two. Tahu fought and defeated Nektann to get a piece, and then Tahu got two, too. During Mata Nui’s and Teridax’s side of the fight, Teridax kept beating up MN, and then, when Mata Nui proved to be a nuisance to Teridax, Teridax was preparing to create a gravity blast that can destroy Bara Magna in one shot while saying that he claimed Bara Magna to be his. Mata Nui, who was trying to tell Makuta to stop this madness, but Teridax didn’t listen, stopped Teridax by redirecting the gravity blast to the moons, causing the moons to go back to Bara Magna. Meanwhile, Takanuva and Gresh gave Tahu the rest of the armor, so Tahu can have the whole set. Tahu put it on while the villains are coming to get the heroes. Tahu activated the armor’s power, which destroyed the whole Rahkshi army in one blast. That gave him the Rahkshi’s powers. When Teridax was trying to stomp on people, he stopped and the destruction of his Rahkshi army caught his attention because destroying the Rahkshi weakened him. When Mata Nui noticed a fragment of Aqua Magna heading towards Makuta, he took an advantage of this, as he pushed Teridax to the fragment’s direction. The fragment smashed the Great Spirit Robot’s head, destroying the Core Processor and Teridax inside, ending Teridax’s tyranny for good. The moons merged with the planet to become whole again, as they became Spherus Magna again finally. Mata Nui felt bad for Teridax because he wished that they could have worked together to accomplish their mission, but Teridax was a selfish tyrant, and Mata Nui had to destroy him for everyone’s good and Bara Magna’s sake. The Matoran Universe became uninhabitable because of the Great Spirit Robot’s destruction, so its inhabitants moved out and went to Spherus Magna. Mata Nui finished his job by using the last speck of the prototype robot’s energy and the Mask of Life’s power to make the planet flourish with planet to have it prosperous again, like it was before the Shattering. Everyone, both MU and SM people, were happy, and Kiina was happy that Mata Nui gave her a tolerable world to live in by bringing back Spherus Magna. Good-hearted people arrested their evil enemies, but some of the villains escaped into the wilderness. MU people who got mutated were changed back to their original selves by the mask’s power, even though that the underwater ones can breathe both air and underwater. The usage caused the prototype to be disintegrated. Everyone was worried, so they rushed to the robot. However, when Ackar and Kiina found the mask, which didn’t alter them when they touched it this time for some reason, Mata Nui revealed that he retreated into the Mask to survive the robot’s destruction. Tahu asked Mata Nui to lead people, but Mata Nui decided not to because he wants them to live their lives themselves without needing a leader or ruler to guide them, because of his experiences in his life. However, he told his friends that they have to find the Great Beings for him because the GBs left the planet when it was destroyed, and he wishes to see them and let them know about the planet being reformed. He then started sleeping, but in the healthy way this time rather the coma that Teridax caused in the 2004 storyline. Tahu agreed with Mata Nui, so he told everyone to have good and peaceful lives while people from both the MU and SM live together because their big adventures are finally over since the planet is restored. The End in that way. The G1 story actually still doesn’t have an ending, so it continued, though. That’s the story. Now for the sets: Basically, there are six small sets in smaller canisters than the medium sets’ from G1’s previous years. They are called Bionicle Stars, or just Stars. Each of them have the Agori building style in 2009, but with some new pieces and colors. They are ridiculously short, but they do make us look like giant robots to them. Lol. Plus, each of them are based on a character from one of the previous years. The sets are Tahu, Takanuva, Gresh, Piraka, Rahkshi, and Skrall. No more than that, ridiculously. Each set has a piece of the Golden Armor, and once you collected all six, you can put them on Tahu, so he can wear the armor completely. Tahu looks like his Mata self in 2001, beside from some differences because of the Adaptive Armor. His Hau has a plus connector rather than a circle connector. He looks very cool with his look, and he would look cooler with the Golden Armor on. He has the Golden version of the Hau. Takanuva, Gresh, and Piraka have three identical Golden Armor pieces that make up the chest and shoulder armor pieces. Rahkshi has the Golden shield. Skrall has the Golden pummel. Takanuva from 2003 has two new staffs, and he has silver and white armor. Too bad that he doesn’t have gold pieces. Gresh has new armor on his shoulder and chest. I wonder if he can combine his new blades to form a shield in the story? Piraka, aka Nektann, from 2006 has a new rubber piece that looks kind of like Vezok’s head skin can fit a Glatorian head while it has spines that connect to Nektann’s arms and back. Why not call him Nektann? His teeth are not white, which is weird. I heard that he was supposed to have two weapons, but his finalized set has one. Why? His weapon is cool, though. Rahkshi from 2003 is a Rahkshi of Heat Vision with bulkier armor than its fellow Rahkshi. It has two-toed feet. It has a piece that is its head and spine connected together. Its staff looks like Guurahk’s staff, but the staff’s heads are positioned vertically rather than horizontally for some reason. That’s lazy. It doesn’t include a Kraata. Why didn’t the Rahkshi and its Kraata have a name? The Skrall set looks a set disproportionate because of his arm blades, and I don’t know why he has green color for a secondary color. Overall, the sets are the best ones. I like Tahu the best, and it’s good to look back at the past, though. It would have been nice if Lego had continued the G1 toy line, so there would be more sets and sets aren’t that small. There are no sets for Mata Nui or Makuta. That’s cheap, sadly. It’s a silly way to end the G1 toy line. All six have a combiner, which looks like a mutated Tahu with four lengthened arms, four lengthened legs, and Gresh’s blades as wings. He looks very weird with his look, but he looks cool because of the multiple limbs and blades that he carries in his hands. A contest was held and it was where fans would make up a story about who this guy is. When the winner was announced, the combiner’s name is Gaardus, who was mutated by some Nynrah Ghosts and can teleport. He is only featured in a story serial called The Power That Be. Now, for the media. The storyline is told through several things. There is two comic book issues, one in January and one in March, which sadly never got their own graphic novel to be included in for some reason. There is a chapter book called Journey’s End. The Polish version was released as a book while the English version was divided into 11 segmented entries, where you have to use a Bio Code that come every two weeks to unlock each entry. Plus, there is an audio podcast called Mata Nui Saga, where Michael Dorn, who voiced Mata Nui in Bionicle: The Legend Reborn in 2009, was narrating as Mata Nui. There are 34 chapters that came every Monday and Thursday. There’s no movie for the story, sadly. There is a series of five stop motion short videos that centered on the Stars characters. There is an online game called Agori Defender, which is a Tower Defense online game. It sucks that it doesn’t have a save function when you stopped at one of its six levels. Those stuff aren’t the best, but they’re good. For how I feel about the story, well, here’s this: I feel that the story is rushed, but it is epic in some ways. The ending is heart-warming. I’m impressed that Mata Nui learned how to be a normal person, like the people of Bara Magna. It’s very cool that people from MU and SM get to work together and know each other. Restoring Spherus Magna is the primary purpose in the G1 story, and I’m glad that this is done and fulfilled. I’m very glad that MU people are free from Teridax’s tyranny finally because they suffered for over a year since the end of the 2008 storyline. I pity Tahu for turning back into a Toa Mata. He lost slme things in his life, like his Kanohi Nuva. When will he change back into a Toa Nuva, though? Nektann is cruel and fearsome, and he is not afraid to face a Toa without a weapon. I don’t know what are his other powers, though. I heard that Gresh is a veteran while Teridax gave the Skrall shadow powers in the Lego set descriptions, but they never happened in the story. Why? Teridax is a psychotic tyrant who wants to destroy his enemies to do his conquest, but it’s a good thing that he is stopped for good. I’m happy for the people to Bara Magna to have Spherus Magna back because they suffered Bara Magna as they had scarce amounts of resources. I was expecting Mata Nui to get the Great Spirit Robot back, but it happened something else, and I find it okay. I heard that if he tried, he would have doomed his own people because the Mask looked at the world as imbalanced because of Teridax’s tyranny, anyway. I feel bad that Mata Nui had to sacrificed his first body to do the greater good. There are a lot of references to G1’s past storylines. To be honest, it’s not the best storyline overall, but it does have some charm. So, how would you celebrate the storyline’s 10th anniversary? What are your best moments and memories of the storyline? What is your favorite set and character? What medium reminds you of the storyline? Well, I could read Journey’s End, the comic books, and Mata Nui Saga again. I like these things the best. My favorite set is Tahu, and my favorite characters are Tahu, Takanuva, Nektann, Mata Nui, and Teridax. The things that remind me of the storyline are: The Marvel Cinematic Universe - Thanos was like Teridax when he came to ruin and take over the universe. That story made a lot of references to the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies before it. In Thor: Ragnarok, Thor is like Mata Nui when he had to sacrifice his home world for the good of his people and then have them move to the planet Earth. In Captain Marvel, Captain Marvel is like Mata Nui when she re-learns something that she was forced to forget. Ninjago - The Overlord wore the Golden Armor in the 2014 storyline. In Day of the Departed, March of the Oni, and Prime Empire storylines, etc., there are a lot of references from past storylines. Transformers - Mata Nui’s and Teridax’s relationship is like Optimus Prime’s and Megatron’s relationship for how they used to respect each other, but they became enemies because Megatron turned evil and doesn’t want to listen to reason. Plus, the giant robot fight reminds me of Primus vs. Unicron. Plus, in Transformers: The Last Knight in 2017, it made some references to the past films. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in 2019 - It made a lot of references from the past films. Pacific Rim movies - the giant mechs in the movies kind of remind me of the giant robots in Bionicle. Hero Factory - Thunder and Drilldozer use Tahu’s foot pieces for feet. A story serial called Reign of Shadows in 2009, which is about people fighting against Teridax and his forces when he ruled the Matoran Universe, continued from that year to early 2010, amazingly, as it has 14 chapters. No other serials went that far. I wonder when will Alternative Teridax come back to his dimension and Vultraz to return to the prime reality? That bothers me. In early 2010, there is a podcast serial called Sahmad’s Tale, which is about Sahmad finding the source of his tribe’s dreaming problem. That spanned from early 2010 to June 2010 with 7 chapters amazingly. In late 2010, there are two story serials that take place after the events of the 2010 storylines. One is called The Yesterday Quest, where Onua sends a group of three new Toa, with a Glatorian named Gela from the 2009 storyline as their guide, to go find the Great Beings (I wonder how when the Great Beings left the planet, though). The other serial is called The Power That Be, where Kopaka and Pohatu are investigating a strange thing going on. Sadly, each of those serials are unfinished with cliffhangers, leaving the G1 story unfinished. There are a lot of unresolved stuff in the story. Greg Farshtey hasn’t updated the story since late 2011. That is traumatic and terrible. In 2012-2017, Greg was kind enough to answer Bionicle fans’ many questions, but he never finished the story. When will he do that? That’s very unnatural. How can we live with ourselves? Since that day, everything is changed sadly. Things are never the same. Hero Factory came to sustain the constraction category for Bionicle from late 2010 to 2014 until Bionicle came back as G2 in 2015-2016. We suffered cancellations of these awesome themes (Bionicle ended twice while HF once, and then category disappeared since 2018). The 2010s was a disastrous decade for constraction. We expected a good future, but that didn’t happened, and we are now in a Great Depression without constraction. We can’t be completely without those things, you know. Bionicle is a huge part of its fans’ lives. It saved Lego from bankruptcy in 2001, so Lego should have respected Bionicle much more. There is a question or two that are always in our heads: when will the G1 story be continued and have an ending, and when will Bionicle come back again? I always pray that they can come true for the sake of me and the fans.
  2. I'll be real with you lot, I'm a huge Bionicle fan (just like most of you here are) and I'm wondering, after reading a thread from 2016 asking somewhat the same thing, I'm looking for theories and or any information there might be regarding the return of Bionicle from 2020+ Lego has stated in a tweet about G2's cancelation that a return for Bionicle isn't going to be ruled out of the future. I wanna know your thoughts, is G3 possibly gonna happen within the next few years? While I'm willing to take everyone's opinions, I'm not looking forward to read negatie ones.
  3. Hi! I want to add Icarax with both box and instructions to my collections. If you have one for sell, I will be interested. Prefering Europe sellers.
  4. I was surprised to see my all-time favourite Bionicle showdown at the Fairview Mall LEGO Store in Toronto this past Saturday. However, I don't know how "official" this is. It says it was built by a Master Builder, but I don't know if this is just a one-off creation for this store only, or if the instructions came from higher up. Regardless, I just thought you would like to see it.
  5. A collab between ...The Chosen One... and myself, this is Takanuva and Makuta having a fancy showdown. And some fancy non-entry style extra individual shots! (Each photo links to flickr where you can see more shots of each) Takanuva (DeeVee): Makuta (...The Chosen One...):
  6. So, yeah. It kind of speaks for itself. And this has caused some confusion on other platforms but, the first pic is actually of the moc too! other angles: http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Ids5621/Rahkshi/img_20171001_130554.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Ids5621/Rahkshi/img_20171001_120355754.jpg
  7. So, sometime around the same time that Teridax infected the GSR with that sleep-causing virus, he took on the appearance of Turaga Dume in Metru Nui, presumably after subduing somehow and stuffing the real guy into a Matoran sphere. Now, according to BS01, Teridax went ahead and took over the person of "Dume" about a year and a half prior to the climax of Legends of Metru Nui. The question is... how did he avoid arousing suspicion right off the bat? If Teridax was the "Makuta of Metru Nui", presumably one of the folks who could directly influence trade, communication, and regulations concerning Metru Nui and work with the inhabitants of other islands to keep the place safe, how could he possibly have disappeared for over a year without creating mass panic? Sure, the Matoran probably didn't see much of an effect, as it's possible that they didn't even knew who Teridax was; however, the folks in charge of Xia, Zakaz, Stelt, and the Southern Continent would have surely made an effort to communicate with him on issues concerning immigration and commerce. As far as always figured, Teridax was the de facto leader of Metru Nui after the Matoran Civil War, with the Turaga serving a strictly ceremonial role for social events and rituals like Akilini games. (IIRC that's pretty much what the Turaga did on Mata Nui as well.) At the very least, he would have been watched by the Order, which was definitely keeping tabs on him and his efforts at militarizing the Brotherhood. Wouldn't folks have been trying to reach him constantly, especially as rumors spread of the Morbuzahkh and certain Dark Hunters? If anyone can clear this one up, then that would be phenomenal. Discuss. -Azani
  8. SO. Who's your favorite Makuta?Mine was Krika. I always felt sorry for him. He tried his best to do good, and look where it got him. Mutated, and faded out of existence by Gorast.
  9. You guys, I finished the thing!
  10. Makuta Luroka

    A project.

    You guys I'm working on a thing. Three guesses what the thing is.
  11. Edit:I improved my Warlord Makuta in many ways since I entered it. I decided it was necessary, and I wish I entered it this way last time. I gave him extra claws like wolverine.I gave him transparent purple shin armor, a more natural looking battle skirt with more transparent purple to even it out. I also lowered his wings, and gave him a huge battle axe to go with his mace when he wants a different weapon. I think my next changes will be getting black axles for the skirt, which is kinda similar to JTO Makuta, and I will see if I can use some transparent purple on the arms without leaving gaps in his arm armor.. I am changing the original pictures to links. Ever since I saw the first animation for Bionicle generation 2, I wanted a huge Makuta. Then when we saw Journey to One, we got it. But I thought it just looked a little off. So I started thinking of how I would make a giant Makuta for the To a to battle. I wanted him to look large and impressive. And I then realized we never had a character with a flail. I then realized I had the purple pieces that would work great. Then I decided he needed a shelf. So I took some Thornatus pieces and a buzzsaw to make a kite shield. I then decided that the ways most characters hold their weapons looked rigid and unnatural. So he holds the flail at an angle. I made his talons and claws the same for consistency. I picked the shoulder arnor because it just looked so cool on Onua. I made the stomach and back use torso armor to reduce the gappiness, but it still has some gap on the back. The legs have an unnecessary amount of detail, but I like how they turned out. I especially like this Mask of Ultimate power. I hope you guys like this guy. I made several call changes recently, and I think I finally made him complete. I would welcome opinions and onions. http://i.imgur.com/VnKwHGI.jpg http://i.imgur.com/jLut1wY.jpg http://i.imgur.com/95kfofd.jpg http://i.imgur.com/AGliVLs.jpg
  12. Searching for Ekimu's tomb, the Toa journey deep beneath the City of the Mask Makers. There they wind through ancient catacombs, battling Skull Scorpios at every turn. In time they push their way—or are they themselves pushed?—into a vast chamber. In its center swirls a vortex of debris, all that remains of the vanquished Lord of the Skull Spiders. In the darkness, Onua can make out a lone figure. Have the Toa found their quarry at last? "Ekimu!" he calls. "We are here to rescue you!" The six gasp as an islander steps out of the shadows… Flickr Here is my entry to The Legend Continues contest! Participants create entries reflecting things they would have liked to see in G2 Bionicle. I recreated the MNOG confrontation with Makuta in the style of the 2015 animations. Please let me know what you think!
  13. I can hear the sound of my little cousin, Cyro crying. Sounds of fright and sadness. Both our houses were suddenly attacked and destroyed. Thank goodness nobody has been hurt. I’ve heard a similar tale of sadness before. Both my story, and this ancient one come from the same origin. It was such a simple path that led to this. Jealousy, and want for fame can lead to darkness, and many times it causes you to forget about others. Who knew that something so commonplace could lead to so much pain? Makuta and Ekimu were brothers. Both made amazing masks that allowed everyone on Okoto to go throughout their lives and complete tasks with ease. It was a wonderful time. We were flourishing, with all the comforts that a city could bring. It was a time of little hardship or conflict. We all thought it would stay like that. It didn’t. To celebrate the great help that these two brothers gave us, we held an annual festival each year to thank them. As well as to see what they had in store for us this time. Makuta and Ekimu both presented that which they had created. Although both created marvellous things, Ekimu’s always shone brighter in the eyes of the people. Eventually, a seed of jealousy was planted in Makuta’s heart. Instead of letting that seed spoil, he allowed it to grow. He allowed it to grow to a point to where he dabbled in things that could not be understood.Makuta allowed himself to become corrupted, and in turn hurt those that he wished to acknowledge him. In secret, Makuta had created the Mask of Ultimate Power. A mask with so much power, that it enlarged his faults even further, and led him to do things which we thought he would never do. Dark things to make us fear and worship him. Thankfully, Ekimu’s quick thinking kept the island from being destroyed, but his decision came at a price. Ekimu fell into a deep sleep, and we were forced to leave the great city which we had built due to the destruction that happened. Despite that sadness, we were eventually able to regain our lives. We had peace for a long time. Jealousy and greed bubbled up again to the surface. Our villages were attacked by creatures under Makuta’s control. We could do little to protect ourselves. We realized this and called upon an ancient prophecy about six heroes and protectors to help us in these dark times. We still had hope. The barrage of attacks kept on coming, and we were scared, but these heroes came and are doing all in their power to protect us, and give us comfort in this time. We are thankful, and we will support them in any way we can.
  14. [Digital Render] Makuta Teridax by Artemiy Karpinskiy, on Flickr "Little Toa, you have not yet begun to see even the barest outlines of my plans. I have schemes within schemes that would boggle your feeble mind. You may counter one, but there are a thousand more of which you know nothing. Even my … setbacks … are planned for, and so I shall win in the end.“ — Makuta Teridax to Toa Metru Vakama, Time Trap * * * If you like what I do and you want to see me create your OC, a favorite Bionicle Character, or something else, feel free to look up my Commission Info! I also now have a Patreon page, so please consider supporting!
  15. After being defeated by Ekimu & the Toa in his Behemoth form, Makuta decided to re-build himself with his remaining shadow powers into more agile and swift form. Equipped with 2 Katanas and Kusarigama (sickle and chain), he is still set on his destiny of taking revenge on his brother and rule over Okoto. Bonus pic Credit to [Chro] for the hand building technique. Comments and criticism welcome!
  16. After a long hiatus, the Bionicle: Audio-Narration-Project (or ANP for short), has finally returned! The entire third book in the Chronicles series, Makuta's Revenge, is available to listen to all at once right here!
  17. Special thanks to Kortess for designing this fantastic mask. Been wanted to put this together for a while after getting the mask but been at uni. Finally got a break home so i did this. Noticed someone recently put a similar moc up here, so i promise im not trying to steal anyones thunder. Just coincidental timing. Anyway, this is my best attempt to create a movie faithful Makuta. Obviously the colors are wrong since they're impossible lol. Also the red crotch, as im sure people will bring up, is red because it was red both in the movie and the set, and I wanted some dark red thrown in without going nuts. I guess Makuta likes getting busy. Also in the movie he has two thumbs. There wasn't a way to elegantly put that on a hand without making the hand too bulky or unsightly so i went with what I did. Also this way he can hold his staff in a reasonably realistic manner. Ill probably put up more shots soon, but my lamp currently broken. Lemme know what you guys think. Peace ~Ids5621~
  18. Hi, guys! I have a question that may make you wondering: What does the Mask of Control from G2 do specifically? We know what the Mask did in the story: it can be controlled by Makuta, Makuta used it to mutate and mind-controlled Umarak when Umarak is wearing it, Umarak used the mask to combine the Shadow Traps and elements from Okoto into the Elemental Beasts and control them, and perhaps summoning them. Plus, we know about what the other Legendary Masks of Power can do, but the Mask of Control is something to be curious about. Also, when Umarak became the Destroyer, he suggested to Makuta that he would lead the Elemental Beasts to bring destruction on Okoto, but Makuta objected it and told Umarak to do a different task. Makuta may control Umarak's mind, but Umarak has his own opinions to please his master, even though that he has to do what Makuta say. According to BS01, it can mind-control people and has mind-bending powers. What does "mind-bending" mean, too? It seems to be G2's own Mask of Mind Control (from G1, Onewa's mask). Makuta once wore the Mask, but never used to mind-control people or mutate himself. What was the purpose of the mask for Okoto, too? In other words, why did Makuta wear it before he made the Mask of Ultimate Power? Was it meant prevent Okotoans from being mentally corrupted or thinking to cause harm on Okoto? What else can the mask do? Control the elements like the Toa? What do you guys think about this? I think of the Mask of Control as the most mysterious of all the Masks of Power in G2 for what it can do.
  19. Hi, guys! We all know that Makuta Teridax from G1 and Makuta from G2, everybody's favorite Bionicle villain and mine, too, are like different versions of each other from alternate universes. Each of them is the main antagonist of one of the generations overall. Both are powerful and demonic warriors who have shadow powers and can shape-shift. They even turn into Titan-sized, or Hulk-sized forms, which are their traditional and well-known forms. They are masterminds who created complex plans that lead to conquest and destruction. They led armies of other evil-hearted villains. They always kill some people along the way. All of these qualities make them very dangerous, crazy, and cruel. We always see the Makuta's fight against Toa and their allies. Some of their allies are who the Makuta's call their "brothers" who they put into endless slumbers for a thousand of years. The Makuta's proved to be most difficult foes that the heroes have faced, are archenemies of the heroes, too. The Makuta's are like Bionicle's own Thanos from Marvel, Darkseid from DC Comics, Aku from Samurai Jack, Him from The Powerpuff Girls, the Overlord and Garmadon from Ninjago, President Business from The Lego Movie in 2014, Megatron from Transfomers, and Jafar from Disney's Aladdin movie in 1992 (happy 25th anniversary to it). I would consider Makuta Teridax to be one of the greatest villains in history (Makuta G2 - well, not so much). They have been through many battles through the storylines, and they include: 1. 2001 - Toa Mata vs. Makuta Teridax in his vortex form 2. Late 2003 - Takanuva vs. Teridax in his shadow Titan form 3. 2004 - Toa Metru (mainly Vakama) vs. Teridax in his winged Titan form 4. 2007 - the Barraki vs. Teridax as Maxilos 5. 2010 - Mata Nui and his forces vs. Teridax, controlling the Great Spirit Robot, and his forces 6. 2016 - Toa Uniters vs Makuta G2 If you have other things and the Makuta's being involved in battles in mind, go ahead to say it. Anyway, the point in this topic is that to ask you this: What is your favorite Makuta-Teridax-or Makuta-G2-involved battle? My question is inspired by the time I watched YouTube videos about boss battles of a certain boss from some games, like Lego Joker from Lego's TT Games, Bowser and each individual Koopaling (each of these guys have their own video) from Mario, and King K. Rool from Donkey Kong. There are so many Makuta Teridax/Makuta G2 fights that I compare them to these videos. You see what I mean? So, as I said, what is your favorite Makuta Teridax/Makuta G2 battle? For me, mine is the 2001, late 2003, 2004, and 2010 battles.
  20. 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.
  21. Hey guys, So recently I've been working on remastering the Bionicle Movie Trilogy from 2003-2005 by Miramax and Creative Capers. Here's a sample clip of how it looks so far and there are more details in the video description. What do you all think? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQ-8IrjL0bc&t=1s
  22. Crack! Lightning split the air and thunder rolled over their craft. Yet the pair of Makuta continued to weather the storm, for there was no room for either of them in the hold, among their meager provisions. They were roughly two and a half hours at sea, now, and the storm had been persisting since before they had left. Normally, one would not shove off in such a bad storm, but circumstances had been... extenuating. These two Makuta were escapees from the fateful coup staged by Teridax. Opposed by nature to the vile rule of their former brother-in-arms, the pair had, like many others, attempted to escape to a far-off locale, in hopes of living out the rest of their existence incognito. Regarding those two Makuta: One lay prostrate upon the deck, and the other was hunched over him. The feature most immediately noticeable to a passive onlooker was that, from the former of the beings described, there was rapidly escaping that pale, green mist known as antidermis. The source of this emission was a massive injury on the backside of the being's pitch-black armor casing. Various cloths and lengths of rope had been employed in the effort of stemming the life-giving substance's escape, but it continued to flow in spite of them, and in spite of the cannonball-like midak ball that still remained lodged in the wound, without which obstacle the victim would, ironically, have far earlier died. A more astute observer would notice a similar stream of gas emanating from the destroyed right half of the healthier Makuta's Kanohi. A portion of the gas escaping from both injuries was dissolving into the rain that streamed down that unfortunate pair of bodies, leaving a trail of a ghastly green tint in the water that flowed off the sides of the boat. Struck by the hopelessness of his situation, the dying Makuta reached his shaking hands up to his face, and weakly removed his own, undamaged Kanohi, offering it to his companion in the hopes that the latter could avoid a similar fate. With some understandable hesitation, the hunched one slowly took the pristine mask. Lifting it to his face, he stared into its empty, soulless eyes. And through them he saw those of his comrade, which were beginning to take on a similar vacancy. As he continued to stare, heartbroken, more gas began to weakly seep from his friend's bare face. The Makuta, unwilling to turn down the apparent dying wish of his comrade, removed his ruined mask and replaced it with the dripping, rain-streaked Kanohi by which he had known his friend for centuries. If any attempt had been made to exchange words in this scene, they had gone unheard over the storm. Meanwhile, the boat that now carried a single, unfortunate soul, came into sight of Keno Island's beach. ------- What a crock. The soft sound of his footfalls echoed from the steep bank which marked the end of the beach. Having long since shifted his form into that of a lowly Matoran, the disguised Makuta was in search of whatever type of civilization sparsely inhabited this island. He was but several hours into his circumnavigation of the island's coast, when he gained view of a small settlement. It was another hour of trudging through the sand (Matoran, he found, have egregiously short and stubby legs) before he approached the village-- a mere dot on the surface of the island, sprawling maybe two dozen shacks and shanties along the waterfront, with a single, properly-constructed building up off of the beach; probably a meeting hall or some other sort of gathering place. As he neared, the unfortunate survivor increasingly sensed something amiss. Even a village this small should have people out and about in the middle of the day, and yet, in the hour that he had spent walking towards it, he had seen not a soul. No Matoran on fishing boats in the water, not a man going between the buildings for his tasks. Only ghosts strolled down the dirt path that divided the town. Entering the midst of the buildings, he began to investigate the shacks. Though small, and certainly under-equipped for a being of his stature, they had a certain pleasant, homey quality, which he recognized as being characteristic of the constructions of simple beings like Matoran. The fortresses and outposts of the Brotherhood, though he recalled them fondly, were far from comfortable. He pushed through the hanging mesh of palm leaves that served as a door to one building, and, his keen eyes failing to perceive any living beings within, he began to rummage around. Though a single room, another mesh of leaves separated it into two halves. In one, it seemed, the inhabitants of the shack slept, while the other contained a series of wooden bowls, utensils for cooking and eating, and most impressively, a rudimentary stove. The Makuta looked upon it with the unwittingly self-superior wonderment of a man witnessing the complex tunnels of an ant colony. Yet, he thought, I cannot locate the residents of this abode. Worried for the well-being of his newfound ants, he ventured forth from the shack he had been investigating. He knew exactly where to search next: The meeting hall. That would certainly be where Matoran would go in a crisis. He approached the building - monumental in comparison to those ones which dotted the beach - and parted the doors. And he stopped, for he was immediately assaulted by the hideous stench of death. Sadness welled up in his heart. Oh, no, he said to himself in worriment. They've all died, haven't they? It took only a cursory search to confirm his suspicions. Several bodies littered the foyer, where he had entered, but in the very next room was piled at least three quarters of the village's population. Their corpses were in some cases hideously mutilated, and he thought it best to begin his examination with one of those. It did not take long to determine the cause-- a peculiar, viral infection, the key characteristic of which was its tendency to cause the infected to develop manipulative, secretive, and usually paranoid personalities, and experience nightly episodes of psychosis, often with a focus on spreading the malady to others. The infection took hold of its victim immediately, and was extremely difficult to detect 90% of the time, when the victim would act almost completely normally. In one week's time, it would begin to replicate so rapidly that the host's cells would start to burst, causing various other symptoms until death. Under normal circumstances, it would be simple to synthesize a cure. However, with the Brotherhood in chaos, that would prove impossible, and this Makuta's knowledge of local flora was unfortunately nonexistent. Nor, it seemed, were the Matoran natives able to develop a true cure on their own-- as evidenced by the pile of bodies in front of him. In such circumstances, the only thing to do was to slaughter patients before they could infect anyone else. And, on that note, the sound of ragged breathing, and stirring as if from sleep, seemed to indicate that the Makuta had judged one such 'body' rather prematurely. He turned, to witness the apparent sole survivor of this incident rising from the floor. His mannerisms clearly indicated that he was in the later stages of the infection. The end was near for him, anyway. "Oh..." Breathed the visitor, still in the guise of a Matoran. "You poor wretch." The Makuta on Keno Island A deadly infection has taken root in the population of Keno Island, and it's making use of its victims to guarantee its spread. Led by the sole Turaga of the island, the healthy residents of various villages have come together to one location. But little do they know that the infection has already claimed one of their own. Meanwhile, a Makuta turned political refugee seeks to escape the notice of the Teridax-led Brotherhood of Makuta. But it would seem that they have already turned their search upon this small island, for one of their own agents also walks among the Matoran. The Village - Wins by eliminating the Infected, and any Makuta that are revealed Matoran x 17 - Simple villagers, these roles vote during the day, and have no actions to perform at night. Turaga - The leader of the Matoran, this role's votes count for double during the day. Doctor - Well-versed in the medicinal plants native to the island, this role can prevent either death or infection for one individual each night-- including itself. May not protect against both at once, however, if the Detective is targeted with either form of protection, they will gain the benefits of both. The Doctor's concoction to prevent infection is fatal to the infected. Detective - This resourceful Matoran can detect signs that one might not be as they seem. Investigates someone during the night, and finds whether they are village-aligned or not. No more, no less. The Infected - Wins by infecting the majority of the remaining players, or by keeping Patient Zero alive through day 7 Patient Zero - The first infected in this village. Picks two people to infect before other roles go out. Votes with all Infected on who to convert during the night. If allowed to live for 7 days, dies in a gruesome spectacle in which all remaining Villagers are infected. Infected x2 - Chosen by Patient Zero before the start of the game. Vote with him on who to infect during the night. The Makuta - Both are immune to the infection, and will survive the first attempt to lynch them. Must not reveal roles to Village. Visitor - Kills someone every night. Wins by eliminating the Infection while remaining undetected by the Agent, or by eliminating the Agent as well as the Infection. Loses if all Villagers are eliminated or infected. Agent - Can kill once per game. Wins by seeing Visitor eliminated. Rules: 0. Roles act as described during the night. During the day, everyone votes on who to lynch. Null votes are allowed, however, abstaining is not. One person will be lynched, and ties will be broken by the Turaga. If the Turaga's vote has already been cast for one of the tied candidates, that one will be immediately lynched, otherwise the Turaga will give their decision via PM. Null cannot win ties. Ties will not be announced, nor will vote totals. 1. A Makuta is considered 'revealed' only by being unsuccessfully lynched (which reveals them to all), or by revealing their role to a Villager (which reveals only to that individual). If someone claims to know a Makuta, whether it be true or false, or by that player's admission to being one or no, that player is not revealed to all as a Makuta. 2. Villagers are to play to their role, which means attempting to lynch a Makuta of which they become aware (however, they may put this off until the Infected are dealt with, or what have you). They may claim that someone is a Makuta to the rest of the village, however, that Makuta is not revealed, and other players are not required to lynch them at any point, though they certainly may. 3. Everyone must do everything in their power (and within the rules) to win, until they have died or the game has concluded. 4. The dead must not interfere with the game. 5. Use of screenshots in any scenario, as well as quoting from your role PM to prove your role, are forbidden. Relevant out-of-game discussion is permitted*, and may be quoted (or have quotes faked) from, but since I can't view those conversations, honor rule is in play, particularly regarding rule #2; Makuta should not out themselves to a Villager, looking for an alliance! 6. Infection conversions occur before any deaths in a scene. So, if there's one Infected and they die, their conversion for that night will occur before their death, and thus still take effect. *7. During the night, Infected may only converse with each other, and everyone else must be isolated-- the idea is that everyone retreats to their own meeting/house during the night. Player list 1. Dragon.star 2. B0ss Manducus 3. Valendale 4. TwilightVezon 5. Champion of Kaon 6. Young Wade 7. Shadow FF 8. Rahkshi Guurahk 9. xccj 10. jed1ndy 11. Trijhak (Pulse) 12. ToaTimeLord 13. Destined Blade 13.1. Unit#phntk#1 15. Ehksidian -16. -ToaD- 17. The Good Guys (Nato) 18. Fear the Fikou! (Voxumo) 19. Tex Infected, killed n1 20. The Collector Of Masks 21. Toa Smoke Monster 22. Taka Nuvia 23. Underscore Villager, killed n1 24. Auktam Aroluk (Makuta Luroka) 25. Ghidora131 I believe I've covered everything, but given this game's complexity, questions are welcome. -
  23. (Yes it's suppose to be "lack" not "lake") So I kinda noticed something that really disappointed me while building the 2016 makuta combo model. In the 12 years bionicle has been producing sets only one official Makuta set for both Gens has been made. In 2003 we got his titan form but after that we only got Ultimate Dume which was a combo model, Turaga Dume which isn't really makuta just a form he took, Maxilos just a form he possessed, then finally the unofficial combo model from 2016. I just find it rather sad that the main villain from all 12 years of Bionicle only got one set that was just him nothing else. Is this just a thing I take issue with or do you folks also agree with this? Onvermel
  24. I bought villiger scale MoUP in White Strong & Flexible Polished, to paint it in gold. First I used paint in spray. But it doesn't look too much like lego gold, so I bought Citadel's Auric Gold, that few people recommended already. Big gallery: http://imgur.com/a/pw3iZ
  25. http://orig06.deviantart.net/8c9d/f/2016/274/4/9/makuta_the_mask_maker_by_mate397-dajifpk.jpg This is the "mirror-verse" version of Makuta, where instead of Ekimu he went to power up for battle, with his crystal warhammer. The chest print is from a TTV thread, either from the JtO Makuta or Overlord Makuta threads, I don't recall. Detail shots: http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Makuta-Back-637437118 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Makuta-Crystal-Hammer-637437326 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Makuta-Size-637437530 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Makuta-Comparison-637438005 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Makuta-Bird-637438237 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Makuta-Ekimu-side-by-side-637438486
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