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  1. Greetings, folk of BZPower! I bring you a subject on which to idly speculate... It seems reasonable to assume that the original decision to give BIONICLE characters magical masks was inspired by the ritual use of masks in real-life indigenous cultures. In such cultures, however, masks do not merely grant power of one kind or another. Rather, they allow the wearer to temporarily embody or become the god, spirit, legendary character, or revered ancestor whom the mask represents and play that being's part in a ritual performance. Now, it is certainly the case that canonically, kanohi do not have this property. But...WHAT IF THEY DID? Imagine an AU in which each Kanohi is named after a god, deified hero, or other mythological entity (and the Matoran have a pantheon extensive enough to provide all of these spirits) and designed to visually resemble them. To use the Kanohi's power is to channel/incarnate the spirit temporarily and thus have access to their power (which is the same power canonically associated with the Kanohi). What might this pantheon look like? In other words, let's have some fun coming up with spirits whom different masks might represent! I imagine this would work well in one of those reimagine-bionicle-characters-as-humans AUs that folk sometimes come up with, in which characters don't necessarily wear their masks all the time. I'll start us off with a few & probably post more later (feel free to come up with interpretations different from mine or to expand on mine): Hau = Obviously some sort of courageous warrior god who provides protection in battle. (Charms and amulets to protect against enemy warriors' blows are actually really common in real-world cultures, too.) Kaukau = A spirit of the sea, presumably. Or maybe the central figure of an Earth-Diver myth. Miru = A bird spirit, given that it looks sort of "beaked" as well as having a flight-like power. Maybe the Kadin is the same, and its spiky mohawk represents a crest of feathers. Mahiki = A shapeshifting trickster god. Rau = The culture-hero who invented language. Huna = A shy fairy or goblin that always stays hidden from the sight of mortals. Would fit with Vakama's initial timidity. Komau = A guardian of divinely ordained law, maybe? Or, almost the opposite, a tricksy enchanter who could put spells over the minds of others. Or maybe a legendarily persuasive leader/rhetorician! Zatth = A Mother of Monsters type figure or spirit of the wilds. Crast = A legendary monster cursed to be hated by all beings, to the point that even inanimate objects recoil from it in revulsion.
  2. Author's Note This fic was written for the BZPower 2018 Gift Exchange. This story is for Dane, who requested a story set on Mata Nui about the Chronicler's Company. Not every member of the Company makes an appearance and some are more prominent than others, but I hope Dane enjoys the story anyway! Masks It was to be a two-pronged attack. Nuparu and a squad of Boxor-mounted Matoran would challenge the Nuhvok, the Bohrok of Earth, in the plains outside Le-Wahi. Their plan would remove the advantage the Nuhvok maintained by fighting in enclosed spaces, like the dense jungle. Onepu would lead a second squad into the jungle and attempt to drive the Lehvak out of Le-Koro itself. Taipu felt safer being a part of Onepu's three-man squad. He didn't know the third member of their group very well, but Onepu trusted Kaj and that was enough for him. Taipu was on high alert. The heavy footsteps of the three Boxors sounded like pickaxes striking metal but he could still make out the sounds of distant rahi fleeing through the underbrush. Despite not being a member of the Onu-Koro Ussalry, he had been given a Boxor to pilot on Onepu's order - Taipu had not only helped build the prototype Boxor, but he was also one of only a handful of Onu-Matoran familiar with the Le-Wahi jungle. Taipu felt honored to be chosen to be a member of the Ussalry Captain's team - even if they were best friends. They marched between a dozen enormous trees that had fallen, the earth beneath their roots eroding away. The destruction of the beautiful jungle caused Taipu's heartlight to ache. The vivid flowers of Le-Wahi had once filled him with joy. Now they were trampled into the ground, their petals gone and their color faded. Their group climbed over a hilltop, only to witness more devastation. Below them, a dank swamp slowly ate away at a tree. A single leaf fluttered into the swamp. It shriveled, sizzled and in moments, was gone. "This is the doing of Lehvak," said Onepu grimly. "They are surely nearby. Be on the lookout for them." Taipu felt a chill run down his spine. The Lehvak were said to be the most dangerous of the Bohrok types, and he was hardly a proper warrior. Taipu longed to return to the safe, comfortable mines of Onu-Koro. But they weren't safe nor comfortable anymore, they were caved in and flooded. Taipu looked to his leader. Onepu was ahead of him, bravely heading on to protect the Matoran despite the danger. Taipu forced his fears down. He would be brave like Onepu as well. They continued on, leaving the acrid smells of the pool behind as it consumed the foliage. Onepu held out an arm, motioning them to stop. "Quiet!" he hissed, stopping in his tracks. Taipu listened, only hearing the insistent flapping of kahu bird wings. He focused harder, trying to detect whatever had caught Onepu's attention. There! The pitter-patters of metal on earth could just barely be heard, too light and fast to be the result of Bohrok. "Matoran?" asked Kaj. "It must be," whispered Onepu. "If they are being controlled by the Krana, we should strike swiftly and free as many as we can." Soon they might be fighting against their own kind. "What if we hurt them?" Taipu asked. Onepu clenched his fist for a moment. "They will be better off sore and free than controlled by the Krana." Taipu took a deep breath of the thick jungle air, soothing his nerves. Onepu always knew just what to say. "Kaj," commanded Onepu. "If we get into a scuffle, you move to the right and I'll circle to the left. Taipu, you will face them head-on. This way, we can hem them in for a sound victory." Onepu led them further on, seemingly unphased by the potential danger. Within moments they came to a small group of Le-Matoran scuttling through bushes and cutting into enormous trees. These Matoran did not wear the beautifully crafted protodermis masks that Taipu had come to expect. Instead, their faces were covered by Krana, masks made of flesh instead of metal. Taipu had heard that wearing the Krana made a Matoran enslaved to it, in much the same way that Makuta's infected masks allowed him to control Rahi. Taipu swallowed hard as Onepu boldly strode forward in his heavy Boxor. "Fine villagers of Le-Koro!" Onepu shouted. "I know you can still hear me! End this ceaseless destruction now! Remove your Krana and take up arms against the Lehvak who order you to defile your homes!" The Le-Matoran turned to face them, their eyes narrowed and determined. One stepped forward. "Greetings, brothers," he said in a calm, yet commanding tone. "We wish for you to join us. Step down from your machines and help us clean this land of impurities." Behind half-burnt bushes stirred a half-dozen emerald-green Lehvak, moving to investigate the disturbance. When they noticed the trio of Matoran not wearing Krana, they raised their claws in anticipation of a struggle. "The Great Spirit would not want to see his paradise destroyed like this!" shouted Taipu, hoping that he might get through to the Matoran before the Lehvak attacked. "This is madness!" "'Madness' would be trying to prevent the Bohrok from completing our task," said the Krana-Matoran. "Why do you insist on preventing us from completing our duty?" Taipu noticed two Lehvak rolling to his right. Three more moved to block any escape to the left. Taipu checked to see if Onepu had noticed, but the Captain showed no sign that he had. "This wanton destruction cannot possibly be your duty," insisted Onepu. "Remove the Krana from your faces, or we will do it for you." Hissing, two Lehvak suddenly lurched forward, the scissor-like shields on their arms snapping open and closed. Taipu stepped forward to meet the closest one, ready to take the attack head on and anticipating the range of powers the Bohrok had at their disposal. In melee combat, he had the advantage of the Boxor's long reach, but between the Boxor's slow movements and the way it left the pilot undefended from frontal attacks, Taipu felt terribly vulnerable. Taipu's hand trembled at the controls, but he forced himself to wait for the right moment. The foremost Lehvak finally came into range, and Taipu jammed the left lever forward and the Boxor's hooked claw swung out, catching behind the Lehvak's faceplate perfectly. Taipu pulled back on the lever and ripped the faceplate open. The Lehvak stopped moving as its Krana fell helplessly to the ground, the Lehvak dropping a moment later. Taipu turned to find another target just in time to see another Lehvak slipping out of Kaj's reach, too focused on its opponent to be aware of its surroundings. Taipu pressed forward, ready to rip the Bohrok away even as he heard the sound of another Bohrok plate being ripped open nearby. Something fell on top of him, and two hands clawed at Taipu's face. Taipu yelled in shock as he clutched his mask, holding it firmly in place. A pair of angry Matoran eyes behind a Krana squinted back at him. The Matoran's grabbing hands tried to pry his mask free but they were no match for Taipu's strength. With one hand still holding his mask in place, Taipu snatched at the bright crimson Krana, but fumbled and missed. The Matoran moved to pin one of his arms against the cockpit of the Boxor. Taipu pushed against the attempt, grabbed ahold of the Krana-Matoran, and threw him to the ground. The Matoran scrambled back to his feet, backing away. Taipu moved to chase after him and – "Taipu, watch your left!" Onepu's voice shattered his focus. Taipu turned as he heard the slurp of acid being launched. The acid splashed over his mask, sizzling as it touched metal. Taipu coughed from the fumes as he pulled the mask free, feeling his fingers begin to tingle. He threw his mask to the ground. His hands felt like they were on fire, and he wiped them clean of the acid against the Boxor controls. He began to feel tired, his energy escaping without his mask. He glanced to where he had thrown it. The mask was already eroding, the eyeholes widening, giving it a sad, misshapen appearance. He barely had time to notice the Lehvak rushing him and it was all he could do to push his control forward to throw a punch from the Boxor. The Lehvak slipped to his left, reared up and prepared to launch its Krana at him. A Boxor claw appeared out of nowhere, striking the Lehvak to the side. Onepu marched forward, sending out a flurry of strikes aimed to quickly rip the Bohrok's Krana out. Taipu felt someone's arms unstrap him from the machine, but his vision was blurring and it was becoming difficult to keep his eyes on. "I've got you," came Kaj's voice, but Taipu found himself drifting away. "My mask…" he muttered as the world went dark. "My mask… my mask…" Taipu blinked the sleep out of his eyes. His hands moved groggily to check his mask. It was there. Of course it was there, he wouldn't have woken up if it wasn't. He relaxed for a moment, brushing his hand over it. Something about it didn't feel quite right. It felt bigger, it came down further beyond his chin, and in the corners of his eyes he could see it was tinted green and not black. "What happened to my mask?" "It was lost," came Onepu's voice. "Do not worry! I have procured you a replacement." Taipu pulled himself up. The sun was now high overhead, the brightness forcing him to squint. The Lehvak were lying in the mud, helpless and inactive, and there was a faint smoky scent in the air. There were no more masks on Mata Nui, not that Taipu knew of. The Toa had collected their Masks of Power, and every powerless mask left belonged to a Matoran. "Where did this one come from?" Onepu grimaced for a moment, his eyes sliding towards a bubbling lake nearby. "Best you put it out of your mind. Are you ready to continue?" Taipu pushed himself up from the dirt, and kicked his legs out to test them. "I feel good, I think." In truth, he felt awful and he couldn't stop touching the mask that wasn't quite right, but they were deep in Lehvak territory now and he wasn't about to let Onepu down. "I am glad to hear it. Mount your Boxor, we shall move out at once." The thought of the Le-Koronans remaining under the control of the Krana spurred Taipu on. As soon as he was back in control of his machine, they once again set off towards Le-Koro. Nearby, birds he didn't know the name of sang sweet songs. He hoped their homes wouldn't be destroyed like his had been. He reached a hand up to touch the edge of the strange mask, wondering where it had come from. Perhaps Onepu had taken it from a Le-Matoran's hut. Taipu had heard of villages that handed out trophy masks to particularly skilled athletes, and he remembered the ceremonial golden mask that Lewa had been granted when he and Onua had rescued the Le-Koronans from the Nui-Rama swarm. The more he thought about it, the more Taipu was convinced that it must be some sort of ceremonial mask the Le-Koronans used. Perhaps someday he would be able to return this mask to its rightful owner. "What happened to the Matoran we fought?" he asked. "They fled like cowards before we could liberate them from the Krana," answered Onepu. "Once they saw that we were defeating their Bohrok, they knew they stood no chance against our might." Taipu heard a stifled laugh from Kaj, and wondered for a moment what he could find so funny. "Thank you for saving me." He stroked his new mask one more time. "A Pakari?" "The Pakari - the Mask of Strength," answered Onepu. "Now our masks match, and you look just as strong and brave as I do!" If Taipu had to wear a new mask, he was glad it was this one. In Onu-Koro, Masks of Strength were a symbol of bravery, and were worn by both Onua, the Toa of Earth, and Onepu, the High Commander of the Ussalry. As such, the mask carried a lot of prestige. Of course, this mask only bore the shape of the Pakari - it held no real power, and a Matoran wouldn't be able to harness the abilities of a Mask of Power even if they wore one. Taipu still felt a pang of regret for the loss of his Ruru. As they got closer to Le-Koro, the chirping of birds disappeared, and the stench of burning and decay grew stronger. When they finally reached Lake Kanae, spread out below the village of Le-Koro, Taipu saw a dozen Matoran lying maskless in the dirt, moaning uselessly. A squad of Boxors furiously traded blows with a group of Lehvak while Matoran wearing Kanohi grappled with Matoran wearing Krana. "Onward!" shouted Onepu. "We must defeat the last remnants of the Lehvak and free the Le-Koronans!" He rushed forward, showing no sign of fear. Taipu's heartlight swelled at Onepu's bravery. He pushed his Boxor forward, following behind him into the furious melee. The battle was soon over. Taipu climbed out of his Boxor to help the defeated Matoran. Without their masks, the villagers were helpless. Taipu walked past the empty hull of a Bohrok to pick up yet another mask half-buried in the dirt, abandoned like so many others when the Bohrok used their Krana to control the minds of the villagers. No-one looked at the mask that he had borrowed, nor asked for it back. "Sir!" someone shouted, trying to get the attention of a captain. "Sir!" A hand grasped his arm, and it was then that Taipu realized that it was him the Matoran was shouting at. The Onu-Koronan looked at the mask Taipu was carrying. "Sir, there's a Matoran here who could use that mask!" Still clutching Taipu's arm, the Onu-Koronan led him into thick ferns. "I'm not a captain," Taipu said feebly as he pushed the leaves out of his face. "You don't need to call me 'sir'." "Oh. Sorry, I just assumed with the mask. You know what it's like." Taipu hadn't thought about it much, but he knew some Matoran would make assumptions about other Matoran based on the mask that they wore. A Mask of Strength didn't just signify that a Matoran was physically strong - it was common to assume that a wearer of the Pakari would be courageous as well. In Onu-Koro, Matoran with Pakari were often members of the Ussalry. Maybe that was the same for Le-Koronans as well. He wondered what the original owner of the mask was like - perhaps he was a heroic Kewa flier who had been knocked out of the sky. If that was the case, had Taipu really earned the right to wear this mask? He was no hero. Not really. What had he actually done, after all? He hadn't even tried to help fight the Bohrok invading his home. He hadn't been able to save Onu-Koro. No, real warriors joined the Ussalry, and his penchant for exploration didn't translate much to fighting. A real warrior wouldn't have walked face-first into a burst of acid. Did Nuparu have to deal with people assuming he was in the Ussalry too? A moment later, Taipu was shown a fallen villager struggling to stand, and Taipu placed the mask on his face. The Onu-Koronan nodded to him. "Stay here until he gets up," he suggested before running off, perhaps in search of more Matoran who needed help. While Taipu waited for the glow of the villager's eyes to appear, he caught sight of the ugly flash of a red Krana nearby. He walked over to pick it up. It was disgusting. Soft. Like muscle, but muscle without armor. Spongy too, and flexible. Not like leaves or flowers, which might show off their beauty as they swayed in the breeze. It wasn't natural for flesh to be exposed like this. A thought came into his mind, that he should take off his mask and put this one on, and he wondered how such a horrible idea could have come from him. "What are you doing?" Onepu's voice came from behind him. "That's still dangerous! Throw it on the ground, I will deal with it." "I just wanted to look at it." Taipu dropped the Krana anyway. Onepu grabbed his throwing disc and slammed the edge it into the flesh-thing three times. The Krana faded from an angry red to a gross-looking gray as a strange type of liquid began to leak out. "There. If a rahi accidentally got caught in that, it might have caused trouble. Don't you fret, I won't let the Krana hurt anyone else." Taipu supposed it was for the best. "Have you found any more Kanohi masks?" "The Le-Koronans have been finding lost masks in the treetops, so it shouldn't be long before we find a mask for everyone." Onepu watched with smile in his eyes as two Le-Koronans dropped out of a tree carrying three masks, and vaulted over a log to each place one on a maskless Matoran's face. "We've done great work here. We saved the Le-Koronans! Just look at all the villagers we've rescued." "What about the mask I'm wearing? Doesn't it belong to one of them?" Onepu's eyes drooped. "I told you not to worry about that. Wherever he is, it's probably far away from here." "Do you think Nuparu will have found him?" "Perhaps." Onepu's voice was commanding, but he didn't look at Taipu as he spoke. "I expect he's found another mask of his own. You don't need to worry about him anymore, that mask is yours now." They watched as more Le-Koronans slowly converged nearby, one wailing over the destruction of their home by their own hands. "But where will we go now?" asked Taipu. "Onu-Koro is flooded, Le-Koro is destroyed, and the Bohrok will return." "There are other villages," answered Onepu. "Surely they will take us in." "Ta-Koro," said Turaga Whenua. "It is heavily fortified, maintains a militant defense force, and most importantly, is nearby. Vakama will welcome us all into his protection. Onepu, Taipu, please gather the Matoran so that we can soon march to Ta-Wahi." Taipu nodded in agreement. "Of course, Turaga." They stood on the plains of Le-Wahi, where Nuparu had led a squad of Boxors against the Nuhvok. Even now, Nuparu was hard at work directing some helpers to build a new Boxor from the remains of their enemies. Two villages worth of Matoran filled the field. "Whenua, I would like to take Nuparu to Ga-Koro." Takua spoke to the Turaga with a familiarity that most outsiders wouldn't be comfortable with. "We haven't heard from the Ga-Koronans since the Bohrok emerged. They might be able to make use of a Boxor if they're in trouble." Whenua took a moment, as he always did when answering such questions. It was not his way to respond hastily. "I should have known you wouldn't return with us to your home, Chronicler. Take Damek with you as well. One Boxor may not be enough to make a difference, but two might - and Nuparu has already built enough for us to be able to spare a few!" "Thank you, Whenua," answered Takua with a gleam in his eyes. Their group soon headed off again. Onepu led the march with a group of Boxors, but Taipu had given his to one of the victims of the Bohrok attacks who had not entirely recovered from a splash of acid to his foot which made walking difficult. Taipu didn't mind. He relished the opportunity to really appreciate a walk through the Le-Wahi forest. Although the lush greenery and thick air served to remind him that his underground home was gone, it comforted him to know that the curious creatures eating the fruit in the treetops still had a home in the jungle. The Toa would find a way to stop the Bohrok, but in the meantime he knew he would have to work to protect the island. It wasn't just home to the Onu-Matoran, or even the Matoran in general. Hundreds of species of wild rahi nested on this island. At first, Taipu had marched alongside Onepu, but he soon fell back in the hopes that he might find someone who would recognize the mask he now wore. But all Taipu received from the normally chatty Le-Koronans were pained eyes staring back, their voices too weary from the loss of their homes to hold a conversation with a stranger. Eventually, he spotted a pair of familiar eyes. "Tamaru!" He waved, shouting excitedly. "Tamaru! Hello!" Tamaru glanced up and down at Taipu. "Hello, ground-walker," he answered. "Need help with something?" "I just wanted to say 'hello' to you." "Didn't know I was so far-famed," said Tamaru, sounding embarrassed. "Who are you?" Taipu almost growled. "I'm Taipu!" "Oh. Oh! Forgive but I knew not who you were! Fresh mask you have, wondered what earth-dweller wore such a color!" Taipu crossed his arms, feeling his frustration rise. "Just because I'm wearing a new mask?" "Never seen an earth-dweller wearing tree-bright colors," said Tamaru. Taipu clenched a fist, but said nothing. Regardless, the two walked quietly together for some time. Taipu tried to not let his bitterness over not being recognized get the better of him, and before he knew it the jungle smells had put him at ease and his anger was forgotten. Even so, the endless weight of sadness pressed down upon him. Up ahead, Taipu could still see Onepu and the rest of his squad keeping a watchful eye out for any sign of Bohrok. So far they hadn't encountered any. "Good to be long-walking with you again," said Tamaru. "It is good!" answered Taipu, with an enthusiasm he didn't feel. His eyes drooped to the dirt path. After a moment, he mumbled, "Both our villages are gone." "But Matoran long-live," said Tamaru. "Ground-walkers saved Le-Koronans, so Le-Koro lives on. Even in dark-time, Matoran have unity." Tamaru's optimism was infectious, and Taipu nodded in agreement. "You're right. There is still hope for our island, so long as we can work together." "Perhaps in peace-time Onu-Koro will be rebuilt." "I think so. We have always been miners and diggers, and so we will mine and dig again." Taipu took care to climb over a fallen tree branch. "And Le-Koro, too, perhaps, will be rebuilt." Tamaru's eyes lit up for a moment. "Jungle always grows. Many-years it takes, but Le-Koro is not ever-gone." He pointed to what looked like a clearing a touch to the right of their path. "Lake Pala coming up. Many-time been but not recently. Will show, if you allow it." Tamaru darted off the path. Taipu followed, cutting off a Matoran riding an Ussal crab. He barely registered the angry shouts that followed after him as he tried to catch up to the much faster Le-Koronan. Tamaru was already sitting at the waterside when Taipu got there. For a moment, Taipu thought he must be at the ocean. The lake seemed to go on and on forever, with trees only tiny little dots in the distance. Little birds drank from the lakeside and a strange creature with a mask covering its back slowly drifted across the surface of the lake. He thought there was enough water here to flood Onu-Koro a hundred times over. The reflections of leaves and branches caught his attention and when Taipu looked down, he saw a Le-Matoran staring back at him from the water's surface. It took him only a moment to realize that it was his reflection. His mask looked so different from the way he was used to seeing it when he looked into the waters in the Cavern of Light. If he didn't know who he was, then how would anyone else? He closed his eyes and wished that when he opened them that everything would go back to the way they were. His home drained of water, his mask back to normal. When his eyes came back on, the Le-Matoran was still staring back at him. Lush trees gave way to rocks and hillsides, revealing their destination. Ta-Wahi was all jagged edges and flat plains, and rising smoke marked where open flows of lava streaked down from the Mangai Volcano. However, despite the region's history, there was still greenery here. Groves of trees bore berries and fruits, and Taipu could hear the bleats of Mahi goats as they munched on grass. They soon passed through what must once have been a thriving forest, now dead and desolate. Taipu knew about this place. Once this forest had provided an abundance of food to the Ta-Koronans, but the Ta-Koro Guard had set it aflame to stop Makuta's beasts from attacking the village. Would this happen to the rest of Mata Nui as well? If the Toa couldn't stop the Bohrok, what would? Life on Mata Nui would end. "Almost there," Tamaru panted as they marched up the slopes. In the distance, Taipu could make out the stone tops of a great fortress. "Oh, heat-dry Ta-Wahi is leaving me mouth-parched!" Ta-Koronan guards with their bidents and shields shouted out a warning of the approaching Matoran. As they approached, Taipu could see the bubbling lava stream to his right. The glowing oranges reminded him of the magma in Onu-Koro - dangerous, yet beautiful. Perhaps this was a small part of his home that had survived. They passed through a majestic stone building that would put the Po-Koronan carvers to shame, and Taipu laid his eyes on the familiar Lake of Fire that Ta-Koro rose out of. Four guards carried the husk of a defeated Pahrak over to the edge of the lake. In a coordinated movement, the guards hurled the Bohrok off the ledge to be consumed by the lava. There was a shout from a nearby guard tower. A moment later, great stones began to rise from just above the lava. The air was sweltering - already he could see Tamaru panting - but the sight of the lake of fire filled him with a sense of awe. Taipu carefully placed a foot onto the stone bridge. Despite having just risen from the molten moat, it was surprisingly cool to the touch. As the caravan reached the other side of the stone bridge Turaga Vakama, the leader of Ta-Koro, stepped out onto the platform to greet them. Taipu spotted his friend Kapura standing at Vakama's left hand. The refugees piled into the fortress. With so many Matoran in Ta-Koro's courtyard, some were forced to climb up on ramps and steps, while others gathered around Toa Tahu's Suva. Turaga Whenua and Matau approached Vakama, and the three spoke in hushed tones that Taipu couldn't make out. Taipu remained silent, but murmurs began to spread throughout the group of survivors. Suddenly, Vakama thrust the end of his fire staff into the ground, and raised his hand. "The Village of Fire welcomes its friends from the Villages of Earth and Air," he said. "Our dwellings may be limited in number, but as long as the Bohrok threaten your homes you will find safety within these walls." Despite his enthusiasm, it took a long time for Vakama to organize shelter for everyone. Storage sheds had to be repurposed, and Ta-Koronans had to make room in their homes for the newcomers. Grumbling Matoran carried tools and furniture for the refugees as everyone tried to make room in a village in which the population had tripled in a single day. Taipu slipped away from the long, tedious discussions. He walked back over the stone bridge, down the staircase carved into the stone itself and to the very edge of the lava flows. A Ta-Koro Guardsman watched as Taipu reached the edge of the river, but said nothing. Taipu's throat was incredibly dry, and he had to work to hold back a cough. If it was hot inside the fortress, it was scorching down here. He reached down to pick up a pile of ash. His hand felt like it might burn, but he smeared it over his mask anyway, trying to turn it black. He couldn't be sure he had spread it evenly without a river to peer into, and he accidentally breathed in some of the ashes, coughing uncontrollably for a moment. His hands were covered in soot, but he grabbed for more ash despite his hands feeling like they were on fire. "What are you doing?" Taipu nearly fell over. He turned around to see Kapura watching him. "How did you get here?" "I saw you leaving the village, so I followed. Ashes do not make for good paint - not unless they are mixed with water." Taipu felt his face get even hotter. "I wanted to see what it would be like." "You can buy paint in Ta-Koro, if you wish," answered Kapura. "Will you take me there?" asked Taipu. "I will, but we will have to be quick. I am to head to Ko-Koro to bring word of them to Vakama." Kapura squinted as he carefully looked over Taipu. "Who are you?" Taipu almost couldn't believe his ears. He felt a sob catch in his throat as he realized his efforts were for naught. "It's me, Taipu!" "Oh. New mask." Taipu seethed as they walked back up towards Ta-Koro. Not just one, but two of his friends had failed to recognize him. His hands balled up into fists, and his palms throbbed with pain as he realized they were burnt. He drew a deep breath, and coughed from the ashes. "I can't believe you didn't recognize me," complained Taipu. "Neither did Tamaru. No-one knows who I am anymore." "Then you should put your old mask back on. Then we will know who you are." "It's gone," Taipu uttered. "Oh." Kapura finally made it to the top step, and they set back off under the gate. Taipu followed, thinking of all the things he could do. Paint might help him feel a little bit more normal, but he really needed to get a Ruru. Although there were hundreds of Matoran in Ta-Koro, he worried that they would be too busy to trade masks. Who would want to worry about masks that at a time like this? "Taipu," said Kapura. "Would you like to come to Ko-Koro with me?" Ko-Koro meant snow, something he had only ever seen a handful of times. It was lovely there, even if the Ko-Koronans didn't say much. "Oh, yes! I would love to!" His anger was forgotten, but Taipu still thought about it for a moment. "Can we paint my mask first?" "Yes. You will have to be quick. I will pack supplies, and then we will head off." His mask had dried, leaving it black and scaled. With a bamboo disk in his hand, Taipu prepared to set off. Kapura met him at the gate - along with Tamaru. "I'm coming too!" exclaimed Tamaru. "With the three of us together again, it will be like when we ground-walked to Kini-Nui with Takua!" "We do not have very far to go, but we should set off," said Kapura. "Should we bring a Boxor?" asked Taipu. Kapura shook his head. "We will be going by cable car. Vakama has asked Onepu to travel to Ko-Koro with two Boxors, but they will have to take the long way. We will reach Ko-Koro first." "Cable car?" asked Tamaru. "The most direct way to reach Ko-Koro is by the cable car that spans over the Tren Krom Break," explained Kapura. "The Bohrok have not yet reached it." The guard at the cable car stepped aside as soon as he saw Kapura, but Kapura flashed his symbol anyway. One by one, the Matoran fastened themselves to the cable that spanned over the lava flows. Eyes wide, Tamaru shivered when he reached the opposite ledge, but Taipu helped him to his feet and the three adventurers set off again. "Do you think that Ko-Koro is still there?" asked Taipu, as they trekked through the snow. Kapura's eyes drooped for a moment. "If Ko-Koro is unharmed, it will not be for long. Ko-Koro is well protected by Mount Ihu, but it has fewer guards than Onu-Koro or Le-Koro. That is why we are providing support." "But then why are you the only one being sent?" asked Taipu. "Vakama could send an army!" "Ta-Koro lost many members of the guard when we fought against the Makuta's beasts," explained Kapura. "Vakama has already allowed Jaller to travel to Ga-Koro. If more of the guard leave then there will be none left to protect Ta-Koro." The path to Ko-Koro ran through numerous narrow passageways of ice and rock. Cold winds blew through the ridges. Kapura shivered, but sternly marched on at a steady pace. Taipu marveled at the sights. Despite being so exposed to the wind and elements even as they walked by enormous outcroppings, he wasn't about to let the cold spoil his enjoyment. The snow glistened in the sunlight, painting Ko-Wahi with a white sheen. They got closer and closer to Ko-Koro, beginning to pass by entire cliffs that looked as though they were carved out of the ice. Distracted by the beautiful peaks, Taipu forgot to take care with his footing until he felt his feet begin to slip. He overcompensated and fell, knocking his head on the frozen lake beneath him. It only stung a little, but as he pulled himself up, he saw his reflection in the ice. The obsidian-colored mask looked less jarring than the bright green he last saw himself in, but he still cringed at the appearance of the Mask of Strength. He supposed it should fit him. He had often been praised by his fellow miners for his endless strength and stamina, and he had long admired Onepu and the Ussalry. Yet, despite having modeled himself after Onepu's bravery, he didn't really think he had earned the right to wear a mask of a warrior. He was only a miner, after all. It was silly, he knew - Matoran wore masks that didn't match their personalities all the time, and very few ever chose to trade them. Still, each mask had a meaning behind it and Taipu couldn't help but think about how that reflected on himself. Those that wore the Ruru were thought to be like Turaga Whenua, offering wisdom and shining a light forward in the darkness. As Taipu was the Left Hand of Whenua, he had always tried to emulate those traits. He still had a long way to go, but he felt he had made some progress, and what he lacked in sagely advice he made up for in enthusiasm. Regardless, he was proud of wearing the same mask as the Turaga of Onu-Koro. "Don't worry about ice-admiring," said Tamaru, holding a hand out to help him up. "Close to Ko-Koro now, let us hurry over-snow to reach it!" Ko-Koro loomed in the distance. Taipu hurried on, trying to keep up with Tamaru and Kapura's pace until they passed through the crystal-like gates. Chaos awaited them, the once peaceful village bursting with frenzied activity. A trio of warriors rushed up the stairs to the largest building, the Sanctum, where more shouts were echoing from. Two Matoran huddled near a hut carved out of ice, their whimpering loud enough to cut through the clanging from the soldiers' armor. A villager peered from a dwelling, before sneaking around the side, a knapsack bursting with trophies and tablets clutched in his hands. Without breaking his stride, Kapura continued on into the Sanctum. Taipu and Tamaru exchanged glances, and hurried up behind him through the enormous archway. To Taipu's surprise, the Sanctum was full of dozens of guards, each grasping a pickaxe. Lantern flames danced around the chamber, providing enough light to read the writing that covered every inch of the stone walls. To the left, guards ran in pairs into a tunnel had been bored into the wall of the Sanctum itself.
  3. G'day Yall, I have been pondering this for quite some time. What do those masks mean? I, myself have a Vahi and have seen people have other ones. Does it relate to your rank or is it just random? Thank you for time. - Ivan
  4. A number of recent topics made on BZP were in some way related to masks, and they got me thinking about a few things, leading me to this thread. Now, plenty of examples in the lore suggests that beings who used Kanohi masks often and freely switched between them, or at least would have been capable of doing this. While I have many thoughts buzzing about in my head about the matter, my basic question boils down to this - were Kanohi Masks, or at least Great Kanohi Masks, scarce? See, in Metru Nui, the mask making forges were constantly in production, however I get the sense that the Matoran population was, more or less, stable in the MU at all times. Of course, replacement masks needed to be on-hand if some Matoran damages theirs, but for Metru Nui to actually need such a quantity of masks, this should be something that happens really often - like twice a week per Matoran or something - and yet this is not alluded to. Does Metru Nui supply all of the MU inhabitants with masks? If not, then there must be a large amount of mask surplus, right? Now, since the Hapka novels, and much of the 2001/2002 material has been rendered non- or semi-canon, I'm not clear on how the Toa Mata and their masks worked. Most of the media suggested that when finding a new mask, they placed it upon their default mask and it "melded" together. Whenever they needed a different mask power, the physical mask on their face shapeshifted into that form (as seen in MNOG) and they would use it. The novels stated that the masks could "un-meld", such as when they were placed one by one onto the Suva. So, if having/wearing multiple masks doesn't require additional space, doesn't add additional weight, and so on, and hypothetically there was an abundance of masks, why didn't mask-using beings just have a bunch of them on hand? Like, thinking of general-purpose masks the powers of which would be useful in everyday life - Kakama, Kaukau, Akaku - not just in combat. Why didn't basically everyone have these on hand? Now, from a storytelling perspective, the answer is obviously to avoid characters being overpowered, and that mask powers were an identifying trait of many characters, but from a logical and immersion standpoint. Were there any canon references to Great Kanohi being at least rare enough for their being some kind of unspoken "one mask per being" rule, barring special circumstances? Why didn't Toa, during their numerous conflicts, simply have the Ta-Metru forges mass produce Great Kanohi and equip every Toa with every mask? Sure, mask powers aren't everything, but they do lend significant advantages. Were Kanoka discs scarce? Since they were used for all things from defense, recreation to mask-making, I'd think not. BS01 states that Kanoka were forged all over Metru Nui, from liquid protodermis, so there shouldn't be a scarcity of that either. There isn't too much data about the economy of the MU, but were Kanohi commercial products meaning there is some financial barrier to collecting masks (meta much)? Even then, one would assume that Toa, for example, being protectors of the realm, would be granted multiple masks even if not all. Was having multiple masks a symbol of status? Status symbols are usually used to display power, and Kanohi are objects that literally empower their users. Now, there are some references to masks having some sentimental value - such as certain Toa shaping their masks after fallen heroes whom they wish to honor. Maybe having multiple masks was a taboo, or some cultural barrier prevented this from becoming common? In this case, is it possible that the Toa Mata/Nuva were discriminated against in some way due to using multiple masks? Maybe "polykanohism" was frowned upon due to some underlying programming the Great Beings coded into every being to prevent them from becoming too powerful to control? I know most of these questions venture into a part of lore which wasn't thoroughly explored, and most of these questions don't have answers that can be backed by sources, so basically I'm just waiting for interesting speculation here.
  5. The next mask on my list is Flintsmith's Trans-Purple Kaukau. Once I get my hands on this mask, I am content in calling my collection complete. Can anyone point me in the right direction to find one?
  6. My Rack changed a little since last time (here old version). I made it more stable, add PLG Kraahkan, and two Ignika's from 2006, one in Bionicle Heroes Style, and second in Voya Nui Online Game Style. It looks great on my desk. Gallery: http://imgur.com/a/ViKSg
  7. Hello Bionicle fans, I am selling my last batch of Bionicle sealed sets on Bricklink, still with the best prices, and I am offering free Bionicle prototypes from 2001 : Place an order of min. $400 in my store and get a free Bionicle mask prototype from 2001 ($400 value) : choose among Green Miru, Trans-Dark Blue Kaukau gone! Place an order of min. $400 in my store and get a free Bionicle mask prototype from 2001 ($400 value) : Red Hau gone! Place an order of min. $800 in my store and get a free Toa prototype + free Bionicle mask prototype from 2001 ($800 value) : Toa Kopaka + White Akaku new! Place an order of min. $900 in my store and get a free Toa prototype + free rock prototype + free Bionicle mask prototype from 2001 ($900 value) : Toa Pohatu + Rock + Brown Kakama First come, first served! Click here to go to my BL store PS : Buy from BZP (not BL) and pay with Paypal Friends or IBAN, and get a 5% discount! Still possible to buy (no discount, Paypal Friends or IBAN only) : Full set of 96 Krana $250 $120 Full set of 48 Krana-Kal $150 $80 Full set of Kanoka including "175", TRK, Tan, Disc of Time $300 $160
  8. Hi. So, as Im in need for cash, I decided to sell few rarer items from my collection. All auctions end 9.11.2016- 12:00 AM, if there wasn´t any bid in last 24 hours. There is few options- Buy it now- You can buy it and Ill send right after payment Auction- Self explenatory Buy it now/Auction- If you don´t mind waiting, you can get it for lower price in auction. Or, if you don´t mind higher price, then you can buy it immediately. Auction/ Buy it now (reserve)- That means that there is reserved price, or I won´t sell it unless this topic make enough money) Images: https://postimg.org/gallery/ierxcuoy/599877d9/ https://postimg.org/gallery/ue535w2g/86218f99/ (Or I can send them via PM) Misprint black Skrall shields -BUY IT NOW- 7$/piece, 5$/piece when 3 and more Masks -BUY IT NOW- 1.50$ piece, except: Brown Hau- 2.5$ Silver Kakama- 3$ Gold Akaku- 3$ Protodermis Miru Nuva- 3.5$ Exclusive Ultimate Dume Krahkaan- 7$ Disk of Time -BUY IT NOW- 10$ Bootleg Vakama Disk -AUCTION- starting 10$, no reserved price All 6 Shadow Kraata -AUCTION/BUY IT NOW- 25$ auction, 30$ Buy it now Custom painted Metru Blue Matatu- Bit lighter than Metru Blue- AUCTION- 3.50 (No reserve) Custom painted Gold Ignika -Auction- 30$ (No reserve) PLG Gold Ignika -Auction- 20$ (Reserve) White Matatu -Auction- 15$ (Reserve) Bootleg Masks, Kraata and Krana -Buy it now- 5$ each. Flintsmith wanted these, but he went silent, so here they are again (Two Krana at the top- Rubbery like bubblegum, 3 underneath- Like regular, 2 bottom rows- Solid Plastic) Kraata- Solid plastic Other Items: Cyberstrikers figure- Buy it now, make me offer. PS3 Slim 500Gb with controller, Move camera, 1 Move controller, 1 AC adapter, 1 cable for PS3 -> Controller, 1 HDMI, 2 Games (MOVE Sports and Dragon Age: Origins)- Buy it now- 200$ Im looking for cash mainly, but I may trade for: 2001 Misprints (Ruru, Kaukau, Matatu) 2001 Jala, Maku, Kongu Trans-Clear CC Hau Trans-Neon Skul Scorpio mask Other rare items/misprints/prototypes? Mega bloks Ultra Rare series 4 Cortana (Transparent one) If you feel that some prices are high, go make me an offer
  9. Trijhak

    Mask Powers

    Mask of Neck - The user is able to elongate their neck Mask of Conjuration - The user can conjure stuff. All conjured items disappear when not in use. Mask of Finger Guns - The user can use Finger Guns as if they were real Mask of Masks - The user can use masks extra effectively (Shame they're already wearing a mask) Mask of Live - It looks exactly like the Mask of Life, but it broadcasts your actions LIVE for everyone to see into the sky Mask of Cuisine - The user can make and cook food better than most Mask of Shoes - The user gets shoes Mask of Too Many Shoes - The user gets shoes that then multiply until there are 1000 shoes Mask of Way Too Many Shoes - The user gets shoes that then multiply, then assemble into a giant shoe made of smaller shoes that then multiplies Mask of Luck - The mask does something random every time you use it, usually a power of another mask. Mask of Bees - Bees Mask of Spiders - Spiders Mask of Defenestration - Exactly what it says Mask of Memes - Exactly what it says Mask of - a mask that doesn't work. Mask of Bad Blog Entries - See the whole blog entry
  10. These two masks took up 2 months of my time to make and I considered them one of my hardest projects. However, the commission fee was not paid and the buyer disappeared. These can be fond on my Shapeways.
  11. Hey Everyone, I'd like to thank everyone that partakes on this forum, a lot of great of information on here. Due to financial troubles I have to let go of some of my masks. I feel posting on here will help get these masks in the right person's hands. Please help me identify/find potential buyers & outlets for these masks. I have collected these since a kid, it's hard to let them go... but I feel some collector would appreciate these more. I Will include pictures below. Thanks for your help everybody! Ps. All masks are for sale, including the mask storage case itself. I have more masks that i'm looking for & will update once i find them. Here a Link to The Gallery For The Pictures Below FOR A LARGER SIZE OF MASKS BELOW: https://postimg.org/gallery/2gocp721s/ Link to these 2 new full size images gallery^^^:https://postimg.org/gallery/24ulcsswu/ ***********UPDATED! 01/11/17 *****************
  12. Since it's been a while since I did anything on my last thread, I thought I'd make a quick update! Just to recap, here's part of the description from my old thread: "Hello and welcome! I enjoy creating a lot of custom chrome LEGO parts and I thought I would make a portal to all of my custom creations for sale. I'll try to keep all of these entries current and as best updated as possible. This store is very WIP right now, so please let me know if there's anything I can do to improve it!" "All of my masks have been specially coated to be durable and long lasting! No paints have been used!" Currently I'm having a clearance on all of my old items so that I can make room for new stock! Here's some of the SALES going on so that I can clear some of my inventory (please note that sales don't account for shipping) -I've marked all of my BIN prices on Ebay down by 25% on all of my loose masks! -Additionally, anyone who wishes to purchase any masks directly on BZP with paypal I'll be willing to give another 10% off discount after that! -Lastly, for anyone wanting to purchase 6 five or more loose masks on BZP with paypal, I'll throw in and ADDITIONAL 10% DISCOUNT after both the 25% and 10% Here's a list of everything after the discounts IF you are purchasing them on BZP with paypal: (chrome gold) Mask of Jungle $20 $13.50 - 7 left (chrome gold) Mask of Water $20 $13.50 - 2 left (chrome gold) Mask of Ice $20 $13.50 - 5 left (chrome gold) Mask of Earth $20 $13.50 - 6 left (chrome gold) Skull Spider Mask $20 $13.50 - 5 left (chrome gold) Protector Mask sold! five or more loose masks listed above^^^ $100 $60.75 Full set of 8 (including chrome gold fire and stone masks) $160 $108 - 4 sets left! For those wanting to purchase masks directly through ebay instead, here's the links to all of my ebay entries: Chrome Gold Masks of Jungle Chrome Gold Masks of Water Chrome Gold Masks of Ice Chrome Gold Masks of Earth Chrome Gold Skull Spider Masks Lot of 8 Chrome Gold masks I would also like to thank everyone here who has made purchases for my chrome masks! It's great to see that there has been so much support for my chromed LEGO pieces and I intend on doing much more in the future! As for chrome gold Masks of Creation? If no one was aware, there was a few internal issues the past several months that have prevented me from creating more gold-colored parts. I appreciate everyone's patience and please stay tuned as I'm doing everything in my power to get them finished! In the meantime, I'd like to sell the rest of these masks to make room for the Chrome Gold Masks of Creation (and some other surprises as well!) But when these masks are gone, THEY'LL BE GONE FOR GOOD! So please consider supporting my chroming endeavors; even a little bit can go a long way! Thank you for your support, Mason
  13. One of the mask models on shapeways is doing a contest for a free mask 3d model,I thought others might be interested in it as well. Contest Page
  14. Mask of Clairvoyance Mask of Emulation Mask of Growth Mask of Rahi Control What do you guys think of them?
  15. Hello and welcome! I enjoy creating a lot of custom chrome LEGO parts and I thought I would make a portal to all of my custom creations for sale. I'll try to keep all of these entries current and as best updated as possible. This store is very WIP right now, so please let me know if there's anything I can do to improve it! For those who'd prefer making a purchase through BZP I also offer purchasing options through Paypal! Additionally, I offer discounts for individuals who wish to purchase larger quantities of masks, so let me know if you're interested! SELLING: Ebay entries/ Masks for sale: Here are some of my current Ebay entries(I'll try to keep this updated): Chrome gold Mask of Fire: (SOLD OUT) Chrome gold Mask of Jungle: Chrome gold Mask of Water: Chrome gold Mask of Ice: Chrome gold Mask of Stone:(SOLD OUT) Chrome gold Mask of Earth: Chrome gold Protector Mask: Chrome gold Skull Spider Mask: Lot of 8 Chrome gold Masks: I also have a few other random chrome gold minifig parts as well as minifigures, so ask about them if you're interested! DISCOUNT PARTS: These are the masks and pieces that didn't turn out perfectly during the chroming process. Many of their defects are very minimal and would still be acceptable for many individuals looking to save money on chrome masks. (All prices are in USD.) If you are interested in any of these, let me know and I'll put up a photo of the mask: DEFECTIVE MASKS: Earth mask A: $10- droplet marks on left side middle of mask Earth mask B: $10- nick on top edge of mask Fire mask A: $10- droplet marks on right side middle of mask Fire mask B: $10- droplet marks on right side top of mask Fire mask C: $10- residue marks on left side top of mask Ice mask A: $8- smudges on left side of mask Ice mask B: $10- residue marks on middle top of mask Ice mask C: $10- residue marks on binocular Jungle mask A: $10- nick on top edge of mask protector mask A: $10- droplet marks on left middle wing of mask protector mask B: $10- dust particle in chrome on left side of mask protector mask C: $10- major discoloration on top left wing of mask protector mask D: $10- improper unchromed area on the top center wings on the Backside of mask skull spider mask A: $10- "foggy" area in chrome on the top of mask stone mask A: $10- droplets on right side center of mask stone mask B: $10- droplets on bottom ride side of mask stone mask C: $10- droplets on top right side of mask stone mask D: $10- droplets on center forehead of mask stone mask E: $10- unevenly harsh resin distribution stone mask F: $10- droplets on top of mask stone mask G: $10- droplets on top forehead of mask I also have a whole mess of these partially-chromed hands. These are just junk parts that were a by-product of the chroming process. I was just going to throw them out, but if any buyers want them for mask stands or something like that, LET ME KNOW and I'll put one with each mask in with your order for FREE: WANTED LIST: I'll put a wanted list here eventually for trades and whatnot.
  16. In the old legends of Okoto, we hear that Makuta broke a sacred law when he forged a mask with the power of all six elements. We also know that the Toa and Protector masks are all powered by a single element. So what does this mean for other masks? Is every mask related to an element that fuels its abilities? For example, does the power of Ice let the trans-blue Mask of Creation, well, create? Does the Stone element give the trans-neon green Mask of Control its power? Or are the rest of the masks forged without the power of an element? Thoughts? Other theories?
  17. So, seeing as it's a bit silly for me to keep making new posts every time I do something, I'm just going to be putting everything into this collection from now on. Only the stuff I like the best though. Let's start off with some masks from Brickfair VA 2015. Next up, some fully painted toa. And lastly some masks that I probably already have in other posts I've made, but I'll put here anyway. UPDATE: More masks now, including another tribal set! A pair of conversions as well And of course, several G2 masks. Also, for additional views/if you want more timely updates I have a DeviantArt, a Flickr, and a Tumblr. If you would be interested in commissioning a mask from me I have a site for that here.
  18. So as you know the new Vahi of G2 has been seen and it has 2 pieces now this topic is not to talk if G1 and G2 are connected no this is to speak what would happen if the 2 masks combine. For reference im gonna use the G1 lower half power. G1 Vahi: Makes time go slower G2 Vahi: Gives you images of the past? i might be wrong in that one cause i haven't bought the graphic novel yet I think that the power is Time Travel that is my guess but what's youres?
  19. Modalt Masks 2016 Update We at Modalt Masks are excited to announce some important new changes for 2016! We now have a large inventory of the new 2015 masks. Yes, that includes the Masters, Protectors, Skeletons, and even the Mask of Creation itself!You can now send in masks for a discount on your order! Each mask you send in will credit you $1 off your order.* Your painted masks could be FREE!We have a new website! You can now order masks we currently have in stock or place commission orders, all from the convenience of our site. You can even pay for your order with paypal on-site! (Note: You can still place commissions via email as usual!)Unfortunately, we also have some bad news. All painted mask prices have been increased by $1. Older masks have become more scare recently, and the new masks are equally more expensive. To offset this price increase, you can now send in certain masks for a discount! PRICING GUIDE Standard Mask: $8 This includes most basic paint jobs, and can include scars or other basic modifications. High Detail Mask: $9 This includes tribal designs, scales, or anything else that takes more time than usual. Conversions: $11 This tier is for masks with physical modification to them, such as adding a scope. Armor and other parts: TBD The pricing for non-mask parts varies, typically from $2-5. Ask us! How to order a mask: Just check out our new website, or send us an email with what you’re interested in getting! SEND US YOUR MASKS* Don't want to pay full price for your commission? Send us masks from your collection, and your mask could be FREE! Each mask that you send in (from the list) will give you a $1 discount on your order total. List of eligible masks: Hau Mata (Toa Tahu Mata)Akaku Mata (Toa Kopaka Mata)Miru Mata (Toa Lewa Mata)Komau (Turaga Onewa)Mahiki (Turaga Matoro)Rau (Turaga Nokama)Huna (Turaga Vakama)Solid 14k Gold Mask of Creation Keep Up With Modalt! ModaltMasks.com DeviantArt (This will be the most closely updated) Flickr Tumblr Email Feel free to ask questions in the comments! * Not all masks are eligible for discounts. List subject to change. Discount not available at conventions. Buyer covers all shipping costs. Discount not applicable to shipping costs.
  20. Okay so I have a bit of confusion on the Gen 2 mask powers... So I know they're technically not Kanohi and we don't have the powers of speed, shielding etc. From what it seems we know so far, the toa masks are what give the toa their elemental powers. However what I'm not sure of is the Gold masks purpose. Are they just giving them stronger elemental powers or just elemental powers to begin with, with their regular ones not really doing anything. I feel like I've heard it both ways somewhere. Also are the main protectors masks powered? Like do they also have access to elemental powers and maybe that's what powers their blasters? If anyone knows the for sure answers on these please let me know!
  21. I have come up with new villains for the Toa, the Corrupters. I am designing all of their masks first and later I am going to MOC their bodies with set like perimeters. Pictures Mask of Combustion Mask of Gravity: Mask of Fracturing: Original Hand Sketches: I will post more pictures as soon as I can finish them. Story There were those of the inhabitants of Okoto that excepted Makuta as their new leader upon his donning of the Mask of Ultimate Power. Being immediately empowered by mask’s dark energy they were transformed into powerful beings, at the same time however, it’s slaves. When Ekimu knocked the mask from Makuta’s face, some of Makuta’s mind was divided among his servants who were present. They took Makuta’s fallen form and placed it in a tome deep in the island. Now because of the presence of Makuta in their minds one of them was able to forge masks of power. They used an unrecorded mask to raise the skull creatures. Commanding these creatures, they secretly orchestrated the search for the great masks, not wanting the other inhabitants to learn of their existence... They were almost able destroy the Mask of Creation but Kulta saw an opportunity to destroy the Toa and donned it instead. Kulta almost succeeded too, however Ekimu knocked it from his face and Kulta toppled backwards planting his head in the molten forge in which he was to destroy the mask. Learning the whereabouts of the Mask of Control they went to recover it, but were beaten to it by Umarak. They escaped, when the Toa attacked Umarak, into the shadows unseen by the heroes. “They” are the Corrupters of the Elements (the new “Brotherhood of Makuta” basically) and they wear the masks of corruption. Description _ Corrupter of Fire Wears the Mask of Combustion This corrupter can become a fire being with his mask and forge masks of power. His weapon/s are: Two Katars (punching daggers) mounted on his lower arms and Makuta’s mask making hammer. _ Corrupter of Stone Wears the Mask of Density This corrupter can increase the density of any part of his body. I may make him have four arms. His weapons are: Undecided _ Corrupter of Ice Wears the Mask of Fracturing This cold hearted corrupter fractures masks and drains their power. His weapon/s are: A ice mace and possibly a sword. _ Corrupter of Earth Wears the Mask of Gravity This corrupter can control gravity. He can use his power on himself and/or others. His weapon/s are: Undecided _ Corrupter of Water Wears the Mask of Envelopment This corrupter finds pleasure in enveloping his/her victims with water and then constricting the life out of them. His weapon/s are: A trident _ Corrupter of Jungle Wears the Mask of Impersonation This corrupter has the ability to change his physical form to that of another. His weapon/s are: Whip or Flail I may make one of the Corrupters legless to add a little more diversity in their designs (note this would leave more pieces for the upper body, making it appear almost titan sized). Any suggestions and/or criticism are welcome, weather it's about the masks or how you think the MOCs should look. ​Sorry if this is not the place to post this topic; I didn't know where to post it since it goes into several categories. Edit: By the way I prefer to work in 3d, so if anyone knows of a free 3d software I could use please let me know in the comments below (I have never used sculpting software and prefer to use dimensions, as in SolidWorks). This would not only look better, but it could make them 3d printable.
  22. i need help in finishing the all star masks from history 2001-2017 the masks are sometimes hard. can any of you all help me with the sprite masks if any of you did you will be in my comics.
  23. So here's a fun one. The ultimate mask power combination game. INSTRUCTIONS: The player above you has given you a mask to fuse with another of your choosing. After you decide your mask to fuse with the previous, write a description and give a name. Then grab another mask for the next person to fuse. EXAMPLE: Player one: Hau Player two: Huna - Hauna, Mask of invisibility pods. Allows the user to cast small bubbles that the user or allies can use to become invisible. Mask of Undeath Player three: Tryna - Mask of Rebirth, allows the user to bring people back from the dead, including themselves. It will not die. Calix Etc. RULES: All BZPower rules apply, for one. Legendary masks are off limits. Krana are allowed. Nameless masks are allowed. Cannon masks only. All rightey then, I'll start. Pikari
  24. Welcome back! With a new year's worth of sets starting to be revealed, there's finally work to be done on the lists again. To use them, simply click on the list you want below to open the full-sized version, open it in any image editing program, and fill in the boxes using the colors from the indices. Sets Masks Individual Kanohi and Masks of Power Krana Kraata Kanoka Rhotuka Mask-like Back Up Links Can't see the above images or the links aren't working? Try here: SetsMasksKanohiMasks of PowerKranaKraataKanokaRhotukaMask-likeExamples For some examples of them in use, here are my lists: SetsMasksKranaKraataKanokaRhotukaMask-likeI hope you all find them as useful as I do. ~|ET|~
  25. Hello once again everybody! With so much excitement over BIONICLE's return, I thought what better time than now to finally update and post all of my checklists? These lists are intended to be simple in design and easy to use. They mimic the style used by many collectors for some action figure lines I also collect. To use them, simply click on the list you want below to open the full size version, open it in any image editing program, and fill in the boxes using the colors from the indices. There have been numerous changes since last I updated. These include the additional of several entire lists! Updates for 2015 are also well under way and will be continuously updated as new items are unveiled or images become available. Complete: Sets, Masks, Krana, Kraata, Kanoka, Rhotuka, Mask-like Sets Masks Krana Kraata Kanoka Rhotuka Mask-like Back Up Links Can't see the above images or the links aren't working? Try here: SetsMasksKranaKraataKanokaRhotukaMask-likeExamples For some examples of them in use, here are my lists: SetsMasksKranaKraataKanokaRhotukaMask-likeI hope you all find them as useful as I do. ~|ET|~
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