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  1. Note that I will be starting from Lehvak-Kal, since that was my first BIONICLE set. I will also say I am not avoiding Bias. For obvious reasons, I am going to consider Small Sets, Canister Sets, and Large Sets to be separate as much as possible, though this will be hard for Hero Factory because of its inconsistent numbers of small sets and canister-sized sets per wave. Notably, for the first few waves it's going to be matters of preference even moreso. GENERATION 1 2003 (The Bohrok-Kal and the Search For The Mask of Light) The Bohrok-Kal: Lehvak-Kal. Why? Because it was my first BIONICLE set. While I may have been a year late to experience the original Bohrok, if it were not for Lehvak-Kal I wouldn't even be here writing this right now. The Rahkshi: Lerahk. Because of all the colours I prefer green the most, and there isn't much difference between the Rahkshi besides colour, spine, and staff. They're all like 70% grey too, not helping matters. The 2003 Large Sets: Makuta, I think. Takua and Pewku and Jaller and Gukko I took apart like instantly for no reason at all. Even if Makuta did have the habit of having his head fall off, he was still the Makuta. 2004 (Metru Nui) The Toa Metru: They may have a lot of grey, but they are a bit more varied - and I would say Matau wins here. Because you can put his Aero Slicers on the back and they become wings, which is better than simply storing them on the back like Onewa or Nokama. The Vahki: Vorzakh, I guess. They fall into the same trap as the Rahkshi, except they don't have spines to differentiate them this time. The Metru Nui Matoran: I dislike Ehrye, he has a stupid face. I dislike Nuhrii, he also has a stupid face. I'm going to go with Orkahm, who in another universe caused a jungle to burn down. The 2004 Large Sets: I was so excited to get Nidhiki... but Nidhiki loses out to Lhikan and Kikanalo. Moreso for the Kikanalo than for Lhikan, but the Kikanalo is, IMO, easily the best titan G1 BIONICLE had at that point: 13 points of articulation not counting the tail, with a solid build that would be emulated once more in Skirmix five years later. Lhikan's cool too, nice weapons and function for them. 2005 (The Visorak Horde) The Visorak: Finally, a villain wave that doesn' have grey or silver as a secondary colour across every single set! Not only that, but the (re)start of a bit more variety across sets, with sets like Oohnorak having Bohrok arms instead of slizer arm piece. The Visorak are honestly underrated for what they are - they are leagues better than the Vahki, and if I had no bias, the Bohrok-Kal as well. I'm tempted to say they're better than the Rahkshi too. The Toa Hordika: Let's judge the Hordika, who had a tough act to follow in the Visorak: Uh. For the first time, the Toa sets completely fall into the same trap as the 2003-2004 villain sets. There's not much variety here, so it comes down to preference and I'm going to say Matau or Nokama, as they have the best Hordika heads. Though I suppose I cannot hate on the wave that gave us Hordika necks. Still... probably among the worst waves of G1. The Rahaga: Not much variety here either so I'm going to say Iruini. The 2005 Large Sets: I don't particularly like any of these, but if one has to come out on top... Sidorak. Keetongu is a bit awkward and Roodaka is... Roodaka. The Toa Hagah: Put it simply, these should have been a full wave and should have been the Toa for 2005. I'm going with Toa Iruini here merely because the nuva armour on Norik's shoulders looks a bit awkward on the double socket piece compared to the Metru armor. 2006 (Voya Nui) The Piraka: BIONICLE got edgy. We were gifted the greatest music to grace this earth, and we got the Piraka. Also a bunch of colours that were literally never used again. I'm going to go with Avaktan. The Toa Inika: Ah, the arrival of the from-then-on omnipresent Inika build, and the Piraka build following suit... it's a shame about them having the worst heads in all of BIONICLE (related, can Constraction sets please use a head for more than two years lately? From Glatorian to Brain Attack to Beast to G2 heads, I wish there was a head that was compatible with all masks and helmets). I'm going to pick either Kongu or Nuparu, although I think the Kongu/Jaller/Hahli Inika torso armour is far nicer looking than the Nuparu/Hewkii/Matoro torso armour, which IMO is just a bit on the ugly side) The Voya Nui Matoran: These Matoran were a year ahead of their time, because they had different builds. That was such a huge thing, no wave had really had this level of variety before - while they generally all used a Bohrok foot as their base torso (except Kazi, who used a hordika lower arm and is the worst of them), they used it somewhat differently. It's either got to go Balta or Piruk, and I can't really decide. Velika and Garan shared a nice build too. There needs to be a special mention of their combiners - easily among the best in G1 and HF and G2, especially the Lava Hawk. Gonna ultimately go with Piruk. From now on, it gets much harder to decide, because: there are less clones. And that's huge. The 2006 Large Sets: Brutaka. Already decided, without a doubt, Brutaka. However, 2006's large sets were IMO so much better than almost every large set that came before them - they were much more solidly constructed and less awkward looking than titans like Krekka, Keetongu, or Makuta. Brutaka exemplifies this, I think, and is an exemplar of G1 titan design. There also needs to be a special mention of the Kardas Dragon and Botar, although Botar looks more awkward than I remember. (remember when Botar was killed off only to be replaced immediately by Botar but not Botar? 2007 (Mahri Nui) The Barraki: The Barraki - I love the Barraki. I think they're among the best villain sets in all of G1, if not all of BIONICLE, and if not that then all of constraction. They have so much variety and only two of them resorted to using standard Inika or Piraka builds (Carapar and Kalmah respectively). The best set, I think, would have to go to Ehlek or Takadox, who I would say exude such individuality and uniqueness that no villain before them had. Plus, you can pose Takadox as a chicken. I think I'd have to give it to Ehlek though. I like green, have you noticed? The Toa Mahri: While not as good as the Barraki, the Toa Mahri were decent. Hewkii Mahri already loses though . So does Nuparu Mahri - I recall he had problems standing up, and I even made a topic ten years ago called 'Nuparu Mahri's leg problem'. After eliminating those two, and then eliminating Kongu and Matoro Mahri, I end up with Jaller and Hahli Mahri. I am going to give it to Jaller Mahri for not having lime green joints, having some unique and good-looking torso armour, and a very nice-looking mask. Also, the Hahnah crab! Who can forget that? The Mahri Nui Matoran... and Hydruka: 2007 is bizarre in that it only had 4 small sets (just as bizarre as 2003's small sets releasing during the summer). I can't really compare the Matoran to the Hydruka, and there's only two of each. Defilak, I think, is easily the better Mahri Nui Matoran, having more green than Dekar does yellow. I also like the Kualsi as a mask much more than the Kiril. As for the Hydruka... Thulox, wait, no, Thulox is the red one. Morak! Morak is the blue one. Morak glows in the dark. Still, why did they even exist as sets? They showed up for one page in a book while characters that had slightly bigger roles like Gar and Kyrehx didn't even get sets. What? The 2007 Large Sets: I don't particularly like Hydraxon. Gadunka is Gadunka. I do, however, quite like Nocturn, as well as Maxilos and Spinax. Nocturn has a really nice colour scheme while I don't quite like Maxilos that much, but rather Spinax - Spinax is basically a four-legged Barraki. Gotta go with Nocturn because without Maxilos Spinax is just a dog-thing. 2008 (Karda Nui) The Phantoka: I have to praise whoever came up with having the waves be split between the Toa and Makuta. That was such an exciting idea for me at 12 years old when my interest in the BIONICLE story was growing. And, honestly, I already know I'm going to give this to Vamprah - Vamprah, like Ehlek and Takadox before him, is easily the most individual and unique of all the Phantoka. The Toa use too much grey - it would be fine if it had been silver (brighter and shinier and would have resulted in more consistency with the Mistika), but grey is just dull. Vamprah pulls off that bat look so well. The Mistika: Krika. Summer 2008 was a really toxic time for BIONICLE fans, who went so far as to call the Mistika 'Mistaka' (Mistake-a). That was pretty immature, I think. They're not the worst things in the world when you consider the Hordika exist. Krika was easily the best of the wave, though. Same reasons as Vamprah, Ehlek, and Takadox - the uniqueness. Runner-up is Onua, because he's the best canister Toa in 2008. And people hated Gali Mistika. The Karda Nui Matoran: The Karda Nui Matoran unfortunately simplified things a lot compared to the Voya Nui or Mahri Nui Matoran. I'm going to give it to Radiak just because Radiak is the best looking and most unique. The 2008 Non-Vehicle Large Sets: Icarax vs Takanuva. Takanuva wins easily, and is up there as one of the best G1 titans, in stark contrast to a later set that would borrow from his build. The 2008 Vehicle Sets: The Rockoh is a flying brick. The Axalara is a bigger, better flying brick (significantly better looking too). Vultaz's speeder is a flying stick. Toa Ignika's board is a basically a series of flat technic parts and the actually interesting part is Toa Ignika. So it's up between Mazeka and the Jetrax T6. I'd say the Jetrax wins, but Mazeka had a really unique vehicle and method of firing zamor spheres. 2009 (Bara Magna) The Glatorian: I love the Glatorian, and it's hard to choose which one is the best - by this time, the set designers couldn't rely on the exact same Inika/Piraka build (the piraka torso pretty much vanished) so they came up with some different ideas to utilise in the Inika/Piraka build. You have Gresh, who had the raised chest piece and lime claws as armour. You had the Skrall and Strakk, who used a technic piece to attach the inika torso at a different angle, creating a very different look. You had the Vorox, a more bestial looking set with a flipped Inika torso and the return of tan. You also had Tarix and Malum, but they weren't as exceptional. Ultimately, I would say it comes down to the Skrall and the Vorox - they are both aesthetically some of the best-looking sets I think. The Black and Red of the Skrall works very well, but so does the Black and Tan of the Vorox. They also had the same new piece of armour, which was very nice and made a resurgence in the Uniters last year - it's a very nice looking piece. Ultimately I am going to go with the Skrall, but if I was in a different mood it would have been the Vorox. There is a reason I hosted a game on Bara Magna. The Glatorian Legends: Ironically, I think the Glatorian Legends are, as a whole, slightly worse than the Glatorian. Still, Ackar blew people's minds with the return of Mata Red as a primary colour, and Mata Nui in set form was a big deal, and people complained about how shiny gold he was in a preview for The Legend Reborn. Ackar and Gelu were your standard Inika builds, while Vastus had a flipped Inika build and I remember people considered him a bit fat. I also got chastised for calling him Vastus once even though the context was pretty clear, but that was on a completely different forum. Stronius looked pretty good, although I think he would have benefited by having mata red as a secondary colour like the normal Skrall - also very brutish looking, which is good. Kiina had a fairly custom build, although it was somewhat oddly small and made Kiina look really lanky due to how long her limbs were in comparison. (SIdeways triple-length double socket + Rahskhi legs (among the longest = very long legs and arms). You know, it was pretty sad we didn't get t osee more of that sideways triple socket piece. The Agori: Raanu is ugly, so he's disqualified. Metus looked pretty decent, but it has to go to the Zesk. The Zesk looks much better than the rest of the Agori. Berix looks fairly decent, but it still has to go the Zesk. The 2009 Non-Vehicle Large Sets: Skirmix. Toa Mata Nui is... well, Toa Mata Nui. Should've been the giant robot as a set instead - that would have also justified including the gold ignika. Tuma is fairly decent looking, but I feel his colours aren't as good as the normal Skrall. Skirmix on the other hand is good by virtue of being almost exactly the same as the Kikanalo from 2004. Also, I can't believe I just realised Rock Steeds are basically dinosaurs. The 2009 Vehicle Sets: The Baranus instantly loses due to being somewhat awkward in nature. But I think the vehicles in 2009 are, as a whole, much stronger than 2008's. The Cendox is without a doubt the best 'small' vehicle (Lesovikk's Sea Sled is easily the worst), with a really good and eye-pleasing build and colours. The Kaxium splits in two, so there's that. The Thornatus is a solid build with a lot of tan and definitely isn't a Jetrax with wheels, and the Skopio has a fairly solid build that's both a vehicle and a walker thing. However, I'm going to eliminate the Kaxium for its sidecar not being anywhere near as good looking as the main part, and the Thornatus for leaving slightly too much uncovered. The Skopio is kind of awkward to pose, so that leaves the Cendox. The Cendox also wins out among all of the vehicles. 2010 (Journey's End) The BIONICLE Stars: No. However - at least they iterated on the Agori build, by adding armour and being a slight bit more inventive. If I have to choose? I'll choose the worst, and that's Takanuva. HERO FACTORY 2010 (Rise of the Rookies) The 1.0 Heroes: The Heroes are basically the Av-matoran build in disguise, except with leg and torso armour now. I only ever owned Bulk, but the non-rookies had the problems of nearly immovable gun-arms, so I won't choose them. I'll go with my loyalty to green and say Breez. Though, to be fair, the 1.0 hero build is a significantly nicer aesthetically than the Av-Matoran build.] The Villains: Meltdown, without a doubt. I'll say it again: the same reasons as Krika, Vamprah, Takadox, and Ehlek: he just has a lot more individuality and personality than the others. thanks to the 'radiation mutation' theme and tentacles and mantax claws and head and general build.. XPlode is a runner-up - the slizer arms I thought would be awkward but I feel they add quite a bit to the personality of the set combined with the grin of the helmet. There was also Thunder, who used a shade of silver that was literally never used again. And I suppose there was also Corroder, who I almost forgot because he was so boring. The Large 2010 Sets: It's either Rotor or Von Nebula and I never owned either. I did own the Furno BIke, and that sure was a bike alright. I can't really judge here but I'd say Von-Nebula. 2011 (Ordeal of Fire and Savage Planet (speculation: Savage Planet used preliminary designs for Bota Magna from BIONICLE, so as to not waste them) The 2.0 Heroes: Move aside, CCBS has arrived! This marked a big shift in constraction, and the 2.0 heroes were pretty much just a test of the system. It was quite exciting to see, but BZP was down at the time (thanks datacylsm). Of all the 2.0 heroes, I liked Evo the best. Evo looked really good and had a really nice looking weapon. Surge would be a runner-up because he had a sniper rifle. That's literally the reason. The Ordeal of Fire villains: Jetblast is a weird name but Jetblast looked a lot better than Drilldozer and somewhat better than Nitroblast. The 3.0 Heroes: Basically the 2.0 heroes but with an animal theme instead. The problem with this is the transparent green shells they had... Bulk 3.0 I think looked pretty good. Then again, I only owned Bulk 3.0 and Nex 3.0. The Savage Planet villains: Waspix beats out Raw-Jaw, who beats out Fangz. (They're also going to be wildlife on Bota Magna, shhh) But, I think they all did a fairly good job of showing non-character builds and creature builds instead. The 2011 Large Sets: Fire Lord is immediately at the bottom. Not a good introduction to CCBS titans. Witch Doctor is at the top instantly. Scorpio and Rocka XL are in the middle. Savage Planet's large sets did a much better job of not being bad, and Witch Doctor is still held up as one of the best CCBS titans. 2012 (Breakout) The Initial Breakout Wave, Canister-Sized: The canister-sized sets of the initial breakout wave were Furno, Rocka, Breez, and Splitface. I only owned Breez and Rocka, and I never really liked Rocka's helmet. Splitface was a pretty cool idea, all things considered, but I have to give it to Breez. Breez had some nice colours. (Story-wise, I have to wonder how heroes felt about being random sizes.) The Brain Attack torso piece is also one of the best CCBS torso pieces IMO, detailed enough but not too detailed. The Initial Breakout Wave, Small Sets: Evo, Toxic Reapa, Jawblade, Surge, and Thornraxx. It's gotta go to Thornraxx, hasn't it? Thornraxx was just so creative with the build and really manages to look like a giant stinging insectoid creature, with Jawblade as a runner up. The Second Breakout Wave, Canister-Sized: Core Hunter, Bulk, and Voltix. It has to be Core Hunter- Core Hunter is one of the best HF villains without a doubt. Surprisingly dark, too, and black and red is always a good colour combination. It really works here. I always put those HF core things with the writing on them on Core Hunter's... bandolier thing. Bulk is a clear runner up, and is definitely one of the best Breakout heroes - especially the fact he has a giant gun-thing mounted on him and a load of armour and a nice colour scheme. Voltix on the other hand was a mess of colours. Also I still see him sold by LEGO on amazon even now, five years later. The Second Breakout Wave, Small Sets: Nex, Stringer (RIP both), and XT-4. XT-4 gave us the small torso, and that's an important piece. Stringer has a guitar and sound armour pieces. Nex has a fairly awkward look. Honestly can't decide and I tell you the coin says I have to give it to XT-4 for having four arms before it was cool. Overall Breakout Canister Set and Small Set: For canisters, Breez, followed by Core Hunter, followed by Bulk. Fore small sets, Thornaxx followed by Jawblade followed by XT-4. The Breakout Large Sets: Black Phantom, Stormer XL, and Speeda Demon. I own Speed Demon and Black Phantom but not Stormer XL. It has to go to Black Phantom for making Fire Lord's build look significantly better with just a few alterations. Stormer XL... why did Stormer have a bike? 2013 (Brain Attack) The Initial Brain Attack Wave, Canister-Sized: Literally just Pyrox, Bruizer,and Ogrum. Bruizer got a lot of hate for having a fairly awkward technic mechanism. Ogrum had brown and Metru Green. Pyrox had Metru Red. I will go with Pyrox solely because Pyrox is a minotaur and has a small if ineffectual function. The Brain Attack villains suffer from brains, making their masks useless without them. The Initial Brain Attack Wave, Small Sets: Rocka, Bulk, Breez, and Scarox. I have no idea what Scarox is meant to be. Rocka looks fairly boring with a borind shield, while Bulk looks slightly more interesting with his drill. Also flick-fire missiles for some reason. You know at this point I might as well just say 'guess' and you'd probably guess it right as Breez. It should be obvious by now that I tend to prefer the green sets. Breez also had a much more interesting weapon and buzz-saw shield than Bulk or Rocka, so that helps too. The Second Brain Attack Wave, Canister Sized: Surge, Stormer, and Frost Beast. Stormer has a fairly awkward-looking shield and flick-fire missile system. It has to go therefore to Surge or Frost Beast, and I'm going to say Surge because of wings and no brains. (As in the piece. Not, you know.) The Second Brain Attack Wave, Small Sets: Evo, and Aquagon. Okay this is getting ridiculous, I might have to merge some categories here. Evo is much better looking with a better weapon than Aquagon, so that's that. The trans-blue also complements Evo's yellow nicely. Overall Brain Attack Canister Set and Small Set: For the canister set, Pyrox, follwed by Surge. For the small set, Breez, followed by Evo. The Brain Attack Large Sets: Furno XL, Dragon Bolt, and Jet Rocka. Jet Rocka had no reason to exist when Nex and Stringer had no representation in Brain Attack while Rocka already did. Screw you Jet Rocka. Furno XL is kinda weird. It has to go to Dragon Bolt, who even had a function. 2014 (Exo Force Invasion from Below) The Initial Invasion From Below Wave, Canister-Sized: It has to be 'FURNO' Jet Machine without a doubt. Stormer Freeze Machine is kind of awkward and Rocka Stealth Machine does not look stealthy because mechs aren't stealthy. Flyer Beast vs Breez is a good runner up though, I remember the combiner that made with Jaw Beast was surprisingly good. The Initial Invasion From Below Wave, Small Sets: Jaw Beast. Definitely Jaw Beast. Evo Walker was... just decent. Jaw Beast was very good looking. The Second Invasion From Below Wave, Canister-Sized: It has to be Crystal Beast vs Bulk. So much transparent pieces. Least that's how I remember it. The Second Invasion From Below Wave, Small Sets: Tunneler Beast. Tunneller beast is a very good set. Good colours. Overall Invasion From Below Canister and Small Sets: Furno Jet Machine, followed by Crystal Beast for the Canister sets. For the small sets, Tunneller Beast. GENERATION TWO 2015 (Mastery/Skulls) The Large Toa: Tahu. Tahu. Tahu. Tahu, Master of Fire looks so good. I've always found Onua's super wide chest really awkward looking due to the way it makes him instantly super wide. Kopaka however is fairly decent, but suffers from a silver Brain Attack torso piece. Tahu has four swords, and you should always carry four swords because it makes your silhouette look awesome. Tahu's awesome too. The Smaller Toa: Could it be that I finally betray the colour green and point to Pohatu? Pohatu I think does that desert Toa of Stone thing pretty well and has those hoverboard boomerang things and a Guurahk Staff for some reason. Also burnt orange is one of the better colours stone has used. Tan and burnt orange with a bit of yellow I think should be the stone colours, bright enough to not be as dull as G1 Pohatu Mata/Nuva. The Skulls: Skull Warrior or Skull Basher have to take it here. Skull Warrior does the undead warrior thing really well and Skull Basher does the menacing undead with axes thing well. It's got to go to Skull Warrior, because Skull Warrior just looks cool. Skull Grinder is fairly cool too. The Lord of Skull Spiders is a much better function-based set than Skull Scorpio. The Protectors: Fire and Ice suffer from having no elbows. The others don't, and I like both the Protector of Jungle and the Protector of Stone. Ultimately, I think I will reaffirm my loyalty to the colour green and say the Protector of Jungle is the better of the two, because of their vibrancy and bow instead of giant tuning fork. 2016 (Uniters/Beasts) The Large Toa: This... this is hard. I like Onua Uniter a lot more than Onua Master, because Onua Uniter still looks strong and menacing without being anywhere near as awkward looking . Uniter Kopaka however is just so poseable, even if he has random bits of gold - and Uniter Kopaka has a really nicely-constructed sword. Uniter Onua also has a Gatling-Gun Drillhammer and that's an awesome weapon. (All the Uniters have fairly awesome weapons). I'm having a hard time deciding... I'll break my rules and say I like them both. Tahu lags behind because he still looks good without Ikir, but Ikir is required to make him look outstanding. The Smaller Toa: I return to my loyalty to green and say Lewa Uniter. Lewa Uniter I think manages to look thin and agile thanks to the use of the Vorox armour piece, even if that does result in some awkward poseability issues, and the weapons are very nice - spinny tonfa things, a nice throwback to Gresh except spinny thise time. I like Pohatu too because of his Vorox armour usage, it still carries the same feeling as his Master form, though there's a bit too much transparent neon green this time. Gali has the awkward orange vorox armour on her leg. But I generally prefer the Uniters to the Masters as a whole. I suppose Ekimu counts among these too, and so I'm going to say Ekimu instead of Lewa. The Beasts: Lava Beast, without a doubt. Lava Beast just looks so good very menacing, while I feel Quake Beast and Storm Beast don't quite match that. The Creatures: The Creatures are all really good, though I would say... Uxar. Big surprise. Uxar looks pretty good and insect-like. Akida is a close second as is Ikir. And there we go.
  2. Hey guys it's Gwideon. OK I'm looking for HF 1.0 torsos. does anyone have any and are willing to give them to me for cheap.
  3. Trijhak

    HERO Factory

    I'm surprised the HF universe didn't end up in a situation where the HF went unchecked and starting producing increasingly dangerous and insane 'Heroes' who, instead of protecting, destroyed everything out of a misguided notion of being heroic due the fact that villains exist, and with some absolutely brilliant AI logic, that means existing must mean you are a villain. Obviously doesn't apply to heroes, of course, because heroes aren't villains. Unless... every being we saw in HF was produced by the Hero Factory, unaware that they've already SLAUGHTERED ALL THE ORGANIC LIFE AND ARE CONTINUING ON AS IF NOTHING IS WRONG. Did you ever see anything that looked organic in the HF universe? I didn't...
  4. This is Kezek. (description in gallery) If you like this than check out Rick Slasher. What do you think?
  5. This is an HF character I made and I wanted to post it here for you guys to see. I now present, RICK SLASHER!(bio is in gallery) Yes the turtle is part of the set. What do you think?(I'll be posting more as I've already made a Slasher for every part of the story[i'll also be posting a bad guy for him that I also made ahead of time])
  6. Hello, this is my first MOC. I mixed some Bionicle (generation 2) pieces and some HF pieces. Hope you like it. Please give me some tips as well about future MOCs. Back http://s2.postimg.org/au02xhf8p/Back.jpg Front http://s27.postimg.org/s2fqi6bbn/Front.png Right http://s4.postimg.org/5a55ecyj1/Side.jpg Left http://s22.postimg.org/iy4tbzf3l/Side2.jpg
  7. Trijhak

    A Suggestion

    We should ask LEGO to make the entirety of BONKLE 2016 clown themed. We can already change the name to 'HONKLE', fitting the clown theme. No, wait. THE ENTIRETY OF 2016. Along with this, we can bring back Hero Factory as 'Clown Factory'. Then we can extend Legends of Chima as 'Legends of Clowns'. Ninjago can become 'Clowngo', the masters of Clownjitzu. Roboriders can come back as 'Roboclowns' too, and Slizers... Slizers will simply become 'Clowns'. Galidor can come back unchanged. Already clownish as it is. Knight's Kingdom will come back for a third time or so, but as Clown's Kingdom. All minifigures will be that of clowns. All themes will be clownified. BZPower must become ClownZonePower to survive.
  8. Trijhak

    Two questions

    I'm curious to see what people think: Is it better to stick with a core group of characters (HF) for the entire duration of a theme, or is it better to constantly introduce new characters almost constantly (G1 BIONICLE)? What do you hope G2 BIONICLE does in terms of characters?
  9. There is no doubt that certain HF sets are more appealing (as well as contain more useful parts for MOCing) than others. So my question is: which sets did you get multiples of, and which ones would you have liked to? My brother got us a second Furno XL (we share our LEGO but most of the stuff is mine since he's growing less fond of it.... today's youth ), and I bought 2 copies of Thornraxx when I got it.
  10. With the closure of the HF Facebook page as well as no evidence anywhere of HF continuing, it seems the theme is finally over. Do you think HF went out with a bang? Or do you think it ended with a Stars-style ending? I think set-wise it ended well. (Way better than Bionicle Stars.) We got minifigure versions of the heroes, MECHS, giant monsters (in comparison to the minifigures), unique & creative designs, Technic functions in sets like Breez's Flea Machine, and lots of cool new parts and also bone pieces in cool new colors. Story-wise, it was kinda disappointing, but that's probably because of the change in animation company, so I'm not too upset. At least we got too see heroes built out of CCBS parts building mechs out of giant CCBS parts. It's too bad we never got to see the ultimate battle between the Villain Factory & Hero Factory that many were hoping for. Interestingly enough, Lego started developing the new Bionicle back in 2012, when Breakout was out. I have a feeling that may have influenced Lego's decision not to continue with the Von Nebula "Villain Factory" plot, which, unlike the next 2 cliffhangers, actually looked like it would go somewhere. They probably decided to continue with one-year storylines, since they were probably going to end the theme. I won't say Bionicle's return caused the sets to get any worse, because if anything, 2014 is HFs best year, in my opinion. So what do you think?
  11. Aurora, otherwise known as “The Cat”, considered the situation in front of him. He had not learned how to hack into the New Atero computer mainframe and rise to the top of the local crime ring by taking foolish chances. And this one could be a really bad one. In front of him were two Matoran, Hue and Kan, who had built one of Spherus Magna’s finest superweapons. It was a gun that combined the powers of plasma and shadow. According to them, they were trying to sell the weapon to one iBrow Voltex in exchange for a favor. What The Cat was trying to conceal was that Voltex didn’t trust the pair to deliver, and had hired The Cat to steal it. Except that another pair of thieves, hired by the evil villain XT4, had stolen it before Aurora could get there. Further complicating matters, the Hero Factory was fast on the trail of XT4. If the Hero Factory found the weapon before he got to it, the chances of him getting it were slim. The Cat didn’t know how much time he had left. “Please help us” begged Hue. “We’ll do anything. We just want to go home.” “You see” said Aurora. “XT4 has a vault, which is where he keeps his valuables. He has a routine – he’s also overconfident. His vault is dangling over an active volcano and surrounded by an electric force field. So just step on over here…” The two Matoran obeyed, and the Cat flipped a switch. In a swirl of light, the two Matoran became one. “That will do nicely,” said The Cat. * * * “This is Tahukan the TaVo Matoran” said The Cat. “He will be of use on your mission.” The addled Matoran nodded. Some lingering affection for Voltex, in Kan, combined with the disdain of Hue to cause confusion. Voltex was a friend? He looked at the Cat, who had turned back to his computer screen and was running a new program. He decided that he was a dangerous enemy, and one best avoided. He followed Voltex out.
  12. With the recent events and all regarding HF’s demise, I’m hedging my bets. In the rather unlikely event that this TV series goes on, the episodes may go un-reviewed, or in the case of multiples sometime in the future, I may decide to post another one. But for now, here we go: Rise of the Rookies: “Trials of Furno” Trials of Furno is a kickback to the olden days of HF – the “Bionicle crossover with Star Trek” ( ) days. The core recharge sequence feels like something from Bionicle, the elemental blasts look Bionicle. Stormer is a bit Kopaka-ish in a lot of respects, but there’s something behind his actions we don’t yet know. (Yes, they did try for the mysterious feel.) Now that we know it – Von Nebula’s betrayal and turning evil – it doesn’t really add too much to the story, though. Furno’s eagerness to go into battle is very different from Von Ness’ cowardice, which paints Stormer a very poor judge of character. He’s definitely either very paranoid or just cold. I think also his pride has gotten to him, as judged by his response to Breez near the end of the episode. Breez and Surge feel like Kiina and Berix. Surge even sounds like Berix! Breez tends to be the “voice-of-reason” to Surge the same way Kiina was to Berix, but there’s less of the implied-bitterness-history going on which makes Breez feel inserted just to correct Surge. Constantly. One of my gripes about this episode is the music, though. The music at the beginning and the end of this episode feels like it belongs in a high fantasy story, introducing higher powers that be, great people of importance. The Evil Overlord in his lofty tower! The Great Oracle of Prophecy! The Great Council of Amazingness! The batch of C4 being delivered to a mine shaft! Er, no. Also at the end of the episode it whiplashes with the dialogue – Furno is saying that Xplode got away, and that he could attack the explosives plant at any time, which sounds mundane, unimportant – except that the music bends down in a way that makes it seem creepy. Still, this episode is miles ahead of where HF is/was today, so major plus. “Core Crisis” I’m not sure why this episode exists, exactly – it feels like filler between this and the enemy within plot. But then again, nearly all HF episodes feel like filler between plot points of the previous episode, and then the plot points of the previous episode don’t get resolved – ever. At least they address the explosives plant from last episode: they tightened security measures big time. Props to them. The other weird thing about this episode is that it confirms that prison planetoids exist. If they have entire prison planetnoids, why are they keeping prisoners at the Hero Factory, in the middle of a city of innocent civilians? That doesn’t make too much sense. I didn’t like this episode when it was first released due to the idea that it was boring – just one long big fight, but now it feels like a prime example of what Hero Factory did right. When Breez comes up with an idea, it’s “Good thinking, Breez” in a notable contrast to what happened later. There’s also some character development for Stormer and Furno, and basically getting to see Stringer and Bulk in action. I also liked that the “character backstory” for Stormer was teased out over four episodes, not info-dumped on us. “The Enemy Within” This is one of the best HF episodes for character development. Despite the obvious parallel to the Toa Hordika story which everyone under the age of 14 failed to get, Stormer, and Furno, and Bulk, and Stringer, and Breez…everyone gets a character moment. Breez gets to show off her cool weapons, which are just cool. I know I complained about the music earlier, but on the approach to Mechron city, it fits, making the whole thing seem appropriately creepy. Unlike in previous episodes, the characters do not spoil the creepy feel by talking. Not. “Object: Statue Display” – apparently Heroes have Google glass. Which doesn’t quite make sense because Mechron city is offline. Sort of. Also, I like Tratix reptoids. Someone should make a MOC/Cuusoo project out of one. Frankly, this entire episode is made of things that I wish were sets, like those cool black-and-white towers with the billboards. It actually shows that this place has culture and isn’t a completely generic place where the Hero Factory happens to be. “Von Nebula” Thunder and Corroder. New Stellac City. Villain choosing the same place as the old battle for poetic justice cliché. Also, I’m going to go with this – the only person who said it was a “black hole” was Furno, and he’s probably not the most reliable judge of physics. So it’s not a black hole. It’s a magnetically charged energy field. This makes sense with Stormer’s description of what the thruster rings would do: work against the magnetic propulsion of the field, creating a nice explosion for the kids. Upgrades: “Ordeal of Fire” I’ve already said most of what needs to be said about this episode, and heard a lot more besides. We’ve all heard about the drug imagery lesson thing going on and Breez the feminist. I think the drug-based-theme has sort of been worn thin, although nice to get a reminder…but it’s kind of weird since the Heroes themselves get “upgraded” with advanced technology in the middle of the episode. Drugs: consult medibots before use. Technology: totally 100% safe. Er… I also liked the characterization of Evo in this episode, and wished they didn’t mess with it. I also thought that Breez comments about feminism were out of character, since she never really let on anything about that in previous episodes. Stormer and Furno’s characterization were pretty solid throughout: “Rookies? Zib sent rookies?” and Furno’s “Noooooo” moment. Mystery is out the window for the moment, but it’s pretty clear that this is a characterization episode, not an epic throwback, and I’m okay with it. Still, for this reason I don’t like it as much as Rise of the Rookies. Compared to that, it also feels jammed together, like they had to fit everything in the shortest time slot possible. Still, good storytelling all around. One thing I thought was a little creepy was that shot where Fire Lord gets hit with the ship – there’s a pretty graphic dismemberment shot there. Granted, he’s a robot so they could just snap it back on, but still, I think that’s a big change from the “cut the cliff so Kopaka doesn’t hit the Rahi” days. “Savage Planet” Hero Factory uses worm holes? Heroes have dentists? Also, that’s not a plasma gun, that’s a sonic boom blaster. And those XL parts just a happened to be hanging around? That counts as a Deus Ex Machina. I actually liked this episode though. The “life restoration” story is always a good one in my book. I rewatched this ending a few times just because – they picked the right soundtrack for the quaza temple scene that reminded me of Bionicle (again). Frankly the whole episode reminds me of Bionicle – creepy new place to explore, hero coming-of-age bungling story, even some suspense near the end. The first time I watched this, definitely feeling the suspense and the whole positive thing going on. Savage Planet is probably the high point of the series IMO. Breakout is arguably worse than this one, and the whole construction of the series slides downhill from here. Mysterious Enemy: “Breakout” This one opens with a realistic “new prisoner arrives” scene. Except for one Waspix who was a particular bad apple and got off of Quatros and caused some serious trouble throughout the galaxy. Her particular crime was the quaza she stole to get off Quatros, but that’s water under the bridge now. Lasers are cool, but what about actual steel bars? I mean, they might not work too well against villains with powers, but they took all the weapons when they locked them up. The steel bars might at least delay the villains if the lasers get switched off. This prison wasn’t designed too well, and this is the “most secure place in the galaxy”. I pity the galaxy. Not to mention that this is right next to a civilian population when we’ve already established that prison planetoids do exist. And lastly, why put the Black Orb Staff out in the open where the prisoners can see it and get access to it? Shouldn’t that be in a secure vault somewhere, away from potential allies? Someone is really lazy. Okay, so Voltix has some power that can reach out to the Black Orb Staff and activate it remotely. When he did that, did Von Nebula get out? That part is unclear. Apparently the Staff created another magnetic field, complete with flashes of purple lightning. The Staff probably also has teleportation powers, given that it got Von Nebula and his magnetic field to New Stallac city. All of its actions here are within its previously established power range. I like that. Still, even if it is awfully contrived, it’s nice to see the Heroes losing big time. Although it’s not much of a change from the beginning of Ordeal of Fire or Savage Planet, so not much to write home about. Zib is “a senior mission chief”. Apparently there’s more of them. Evo gets rebuked for using his instincts all episode, then is told to use them at the end. How confusing. I liked the ending of this episode because it hinted at a new villain, and possibly a “Villain Factory”. Unfortunately that plot point never went anywhere, and in context it’s very confusing. “Brain Attack” Okay, so we have a mysterious villain who has computer technology who releases the brains. I thought he was the same mysterious villain who got the Hero Factory plans from last episode. He even has the same objective as Black Phantom from last episode – destroy the Hero Factory. But it is unconfirmed, leaving this further up in the air. The “hit the two red buttons on top” plot point is awfully contrived, and it’s a pretty stupid weakness for such menacing villains. Also Breez seems very ticked at Furno’s suggestion that she talk to the brain-controlled creatures, which is very OOC, even for feminist Breez of Ordeal of Fire. Aside from Surge and Nex, the Heroes have largely denigrated into soldier-types without much characterization. Even things like Stringer’s playful comments and Rocka’s involvement with hero recon from last episode are gone, leaving nothing but a mindless soldier shell left. “Invasion From Below” Aaand that’s pretty evident in Invasion from Below. Before I complain too badly, I liked the magnetic field tunnel under Antropolis, partly because it feels like a homage to the Black Orb Staff. I also liked the builder on principle, but felt that it robbed the Heroes of having their own world and a self-contained storyline. On top of the characterization and thematic flaws, this work seems to be missing a fourth wall, with toyline names dropped randomly. It’s a thinly disguised toy commercial for the most part. I liked the characterization for Breez, but the others didn’t get much, particularly the former character-rich Stormer. * * * And there we go. Do you agree? What did I miss? Comments and corrections and other things are welcomed.
  13. Well, as is advertised in my signature, i've started a thing in the comics forum called A Grim Development. for which i actually originally made several character design models! (that i have recently re-made.) and i figured i'd post them too. WARNING! these are spoilers for the aforementioned comic, and are a long ways from appearing in it! if you are the kinda guy who hates being spoiled, i'd suggest holding out on clicking those images! anyway, i've been on a kick of making "possible set" models in LDD, so these'll all look sorta like a set you'd probs see on store shelves? (or my best relation to.) ??? 65 pieces ??? 83 pieces ??? 46 pieces Overload 73 pieces one of the lowest ranking brutes, overload has taken quite a beating. don't think he lets that keep him down though, as the many gaps in his worn-out shell release massive electrical surges he can manipulate in combat! beware Overload's snapping claw and flailing electrical wires! ??? 78 pieces ??? ------------------------------------------------------- I've got a couple more to fix up and then render, so keep an eye out! (unless you fall under the category mentioned in the warning.)
  14. We have Rocka, Stormer, Furno and now Evo as XL (i'm still don't think Evo is a XL) So I like to know of who you like to see as a XL next and what do you like to see them have for weapons. With me i like to see Stringer or Breez as the next XL, with Stringer i like his weapon to be a upgraded version of his Sonic Boom Weapon (As a Dubstep Cannon(yes a dubstep cannon)) and with Breez i like to see her have a upgraded version of her old Energized Dual Boomerangs.
  15. Here is the new spinny for those members who've been here for 13 years. Hapori Tohu already has it in his posts. I'm pretty sure other members do too, though I don't know if they are still active. So, what do you all think of it? I personally really like it. Even though I'm not the biggest fan of HF, I still think this spinny is cool. Though the fact that it is majority green has a lot to do with it. Note: I know there is another topic about spinnies already in this forum, but that one is asking members what they want for future spinnies. I made this topic for the discussion of this particular one.
  16. It's Stringer, of course! Coolest musician in town. Title says it all. Who is the best?
  17. A MOC I recently made: Click the image to view the flickr gallery, which contains more images. Comments and criticism appreciated.
  18. Recently, I had an idea. An idea that, I think, is better than the usual junk I come up with.How about, instead of LDD updates bringing new parts in and deleting old ones, users could download extension packs containing parts they want. That way, we could get more parts available but a smaller initial download file size. For example:Say Joe wanted to use LDD to combine Hero Factory with Technic. He does not have LDD yet, but his friends tell him it's great. So he goes to www.LEGO.com, and finds what he's looking for. He clicks download. He's surprised at how quickly it loaded. When he opens it, he is prompted to start building by getting parts packs. He sees two, marked Hero Factory 2010-12 and Technic 2012. A short download later, he's ready to let his imagination run like Black Bess.I'd put this on Cuusoo, but alas, I am not 18 yet.What do you think of this idea? (And please don't fill this topic with statements about how 'it's not profitable any more')EDIT: 101st post! Woo!
  19. WARNING: CRUMMY SMARTPHONE PICTURES AHEAD http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u169/naponte/Mobile%20Uploads/5288c8c0-0924-4f4f-92d6-c3d63c36a0d2_zpsb5afc39f.jpg "While Beast hives usually have drones that can supply reproductive aid, in times of stress, the creatures known as the Splitter Beasts will take up reproductive duties. Jumpers born of Splitter Beasts will develop as normal, for the most part. However, 'royal' Jumpers - those that evolve into Queens - will sometimes experience a deviation in their evolution, mutating into the fearsome monster known as the Razor Queen. Razor Queens are larger and tougher than their "cousins", the normal Queen Beasts, with an extra pair of legs, large spines, a more heavily armored carapace, and an extra pair of clawed arms. Befitting their soldier-unit parentage, this breed of Queen is much more aggressive, actively sending out Beasts to gather food and clearing out opposition (which include inhabited settlements, homes of other creatures, and even other Beast Hives). On occasion, a Razor Queen will lead a migration to new nesting grounds, Soldier Ant style, demolishing and consuming anything unfortunate enough to get in the way." So, yeah, I decided to make this monstrosity. Originally, I wanted to wait until the Summer sets were released so I could do this (since a few more parts, particularly those from the Queen set, would be available for me to use), but I decided to do this now, using a bunch of parts from the already-released sets. I was also originally going to make the 3-headed chimera beast, but I decided this would be better. More Pictures: http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u169/naponte/Mobile%20Uploads/KIMG0239_zpsniefczxl.jpg http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u169/naponte/Mobile%20Uploads/KIMG0240_zpsrpvruuim.jpg http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u169/naponte/Mobile%20Uploads/KIMG0241_zps7kg6efxd.jpg http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u169/naponte/Mobile%20Uploads/KIMG0242_zpstco6gtf5.jpg http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u169/naponte/Mobile%20Uploads/KIMG0243_zpse8dugjvg.jpg http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u169/naponte/Mobile%20Uploads/KIMG0244_zpsmlni2kxp.jpg http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u169/naponte/Mobile%20Uploads/KIMG0245_zpskej8yqra.jpg http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u169/naponte/Mobile%20Uploads/KIMG0246_zpsp6v7as4z.jpg http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u169/naponte/Mobile%20Uploads/KIMG0248_zps9s0rlhmf.jpg So, there you go. Comment, critique, and enjoy. EDIT: Apparently, Photobucket didn't resize any of my pictures to 640x480, so I'm linking to them instead. Edit by Windy: Linked the first image; please keep posted images in BBC to 100 kB. -Wind-
  20. In Hero Factory, we mostly only have seen two recolor and they are Crotesius helmet in blue and Hydraxon mask in black, so i like to know of what Bionicle mask you want to see in Hero Factory and in what color. The mask i like to see is the Noble Kakama in black or purple and Gelu Helmet in sand green or dark green.
  21. what is the best hf set, for mocing? I have voltix, hmm...furno I think....And some others that I forgot.
  22. Well, using the concept for the HF Toa Mata, I built Toa Tahu Mata. I added the gear on the back simply for the sake of nostalgia . And now, for a preview for yet another story (I know, right?), I give you... Comments and Cookies are welcome!
  23. Hi guys, so I had the crazy idea of what the Toa Mata would look like with the HF building system. Tahu/Jaller (Tahu: Add Ackar's flame sword, add old mata hand, add Stars Hau. Jaller: Add yellow Stars Hau.) Pohatu/Hewkii (Pohatu: Add mata hands, add tan feet-additions, add modified Kakama. Hewkii: Add modified Kakama) Onua/Onepu (Onua: Add black claws, add modified Pakari. Onepu: Add modified Pakari.) Gali/Maku (Gali: Add hooks/switch fists for balljoints and add hooks, add modified KauKau. Maku: Add Modified Huna.) Lewa/Kongu (Lewa: Add Air axe, Mata Hand, modified Miru. Kongu: Add modified Miru.) Kopaka/Matoro (Kopaka: Add mata sword, add modified Akaku. Matoro: add modified Akaku.) The masks that need modification refer to swapping out the circle-thing with a plus-rod. __________________________________________________________________________________________________ I'll try to start a project on CUUSOO with this soon. I am open to any C&C!
  24. The title implies the topic idea perfectly. What's your favorite HF game?
  25. The title leaves me speechless for an explanation. There have been a lot and I like how they've made one for every arc.
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