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Like others, I was not completely impressed by Journey's End, the official end of the Bionicle story. So, taking pen in hand (more like keyboard) I am rewriting Journey's End, including elements from the original story, and the same overall plot, but making how it should have been. DISCLAIMER: This story ignores every piece of canon material past Makuta taking the GSR and ejecting the Ignika to Bara Magna, except for Legend Reborn. This is my revision of how Joureny's End should have gone. CHAPTER 1 THE MATORAN UNIVERSE/OUTSIDE THE MATORAN UNIVERSE How did victory taste? It tasted sweet. It had been done. The Great Spirit Robot at his command, all of the annoying Toa and ignorant Matoran at his mercy. His Rahkshi being built by the thousands, hordes of Skakdi waiting for his command. Mata Nui gone, his spirit, in the Kanohi Ignika, ejected into space, probably to be shattered by some gigantic asteroid. It hadn't been yet, though. He could sense the presence of the mask, it having been a part of Mata Nui for so long. And it had been active, doing...something. But he wasn't concerned. If it became a problem, he would fix it. Nothing would destroy all that he had worked so hard to achieve. Makuta had won. The Toa had put on a fight, and they were, currently. A rebellion of sorts had formed, with every Toa and Matoran willing to fight working to undermine the Great Spirit Robot from the inside. After all this time, they still clung to Mata Nui. Makuta did not see that as fair. It had come as a shock that everything they loved, and lived in, were all a part of a giant automaton, not all that different from the inhabitants themselves. Makuta knew that the reason; it was meant to be a functioning and fully transportable world. The Great Beings who created it constructed it to function like a robot, and so it looked like one. Though, he had never learned where the inspiration come from. For they had to be inspiration; the Great Beings were not a creative bunch. It was difficult getting used to this new, raw power. He was all-powerful, all-seeing, and all-knowing. He knew everything and saw everything inside his new body, and at a whim destroy it all...or at least, in theory. It would take some time to master all of his attributes. He had flexed his new muscles by completely obliterating a quarter of the Southern Continent, to show the Matoran he meant business. Several foolish Matoran had migrated there after it became whole again; their screams had gone ahead as a reminder to the Matoran of Metru Nui that any attempt to rebel was fruitless. And yet, they stubbornly continued fighting. Don't people know when they've lost? But being in a being so large gave one a sense of loneliness. When he was first orchestrating this whole endeavor from the caves of Mangaia, he had the sleeping spirit of Mata Nui to taunt, giving his helpless hostage a play-by-play of his machinations. Then, in his Protodermis form, he had the blithering Zaktan to order. Then, he admitted to himself, he almost enjoyed the presence of the Toa Matoro in Mahri Nui. At least, enjoyed knowing everything was coming to fruition, and the Toa so obviously oblivious. Finally, his fellow Makuta, who followed his every order. Maybe not Krikka and Icarix, but that was beside the point. Before he destroyed them. The point was, he was growing ever more lonely. If nothing else, it certainly gave him time to reflect. Suddenly, a pull shook him from his thoughts. No, not a pull...a nudge. Or, something. It was the Ignika mask. It was fully active. And working. So it had landed somewhere. This could be a hitch in his plans. Having been a part of the Ignika so long, if the mask was seperated from the Great Spirit Robot, it would transmit some sort of a mental compass to the robot, meaning Makuta could find the mask wherever it went. And if it was working and active, Makuta would, annoyingly, have to deal with it. The power the mask held was barely known; it could be doing anything. And with the persistent spirit of Mata Nui inside, it would be doing anything to get back to the Great Spirit Robot. Well, if Makuta was going to find the Ignika, he'd have to start now. At the speed Makuta had ejected it, it would take some time to find the mask, even at 40 million feet long.
Hey all, I remember that before Bionicle.com was taken down, there was a Journey's End Mata Nui Saga comic (maybe even motion-comic?) on the front page with the narration of Mata Nui's voice actor. Does anyone else remember this, and more importantly, does anyone know where I can find it or a recording of this narrated comic? -Waz Edit: I think it's the Mata Nui Saga (http://biosector01.com/wiki/index.php/Mata_Nui_Saga).