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  1. When they first meet, they don’t quite exist yet. Neither of them can put a name to where they stand (for there is no place to be named, and they are no more standing than sitting or swimming or flying), but they can name each other, at least. Akamai, says Wairuha, because he knows somehow that he should. Wairuha, responds Akamai. And then they are gone. Their eyes open together thousands of years later, in that same nameless, necessary plane, and there they find a third of him waiting for answers. Gali, who gives Wairuha his wisdom and his fury, looks to them through a window that only she can see, and they tell her what they must. She is confused and apprehensive, but she listens, because on some level she understands that the beings speaking to her are as much a part of her as she is of them, and that they would not appear if they were not needed. When she is gone, they are too. They give one of Gali’s brothers the same message, and then without warning they stand alive and together. The Manas crabs come rushing down at them and the Toa of Valor and the Toa of Wisdom move as one, batting back the shadows’ assault with tools forged in the spirits of their Toa. Akamai can hear Tahu rallying them to victory deep within, and Wairuha dances with the hunters’ grace that Lewa embodies, but it is not until their wiser sides see the towers giving life to the beasts that the battle is won. As the second Manas falls to the ground, the two stop and look at each other. They both understand that it could be millennia before they both stand alive once more, and each allows himself a moment to look over his kin. Akamai is a titan of steel and muscle, an Atlas that is ready to carry the weight of the world on his shoulders; Wairuha is quicksilver, a totem that seems to sing as he moves. Each feels comfort; each feels unease. The three each carries are not as united as they could be, perhaps; there are hints of jealousy and anger, of doubt and fear within the Toa Mata’s hearts, and each of the Kaita can feel the Makuta’s shadows stirring within them. Before long they will be separated once more, and the Toa will have to prove their unity without them. But for a moment, no matter how brief, Akamai and Wairuha feel safety in the other’s presence, a knowledge that they stand together, that if the Toa call upon them they will be ready. They turn and march into the darkness, and soon they are gone again from this world. They do not return for some time. Somewhere in their slumber they feel the Toa overcome their doubts and topple the Makuta. Akamai hears the chatter of the Bohrok for an instant, Wairuha for days. A great power grows within them, and they understand instinctively that their Toa have changed, that a power has been bestowed upon them. Strife follows that awakening, and the Kaita slip away as the Toa Nuva go their separate ways. When Wairuha next opens his eyes, he is alone. He is moving within an instant, analyzing the loss of his elemental powers, taking aim at the Bohrok-Kal before him nonetheless. He knows the danger it poses, and he understands that he is necessary to strike it down. When Kohrak-Kal summons its own partners and builds itself into a Kaita of its own, Wairuha still does not feel fear. He has heard the whispering voice of Kaita Ja somewhere in the darkness, a monster waiting to be born, and it is in some ways as familiar as Akamai. Within him, Lewa is unable not to picture that Kaita’s Krana affixing to Wairuha’s face, of the three of them finishing the dark work that he once began, and Wairuha can feel Gali and Kopaka reaching out to the Toa of Air, reassuring him. He closes his mind to the voices of his Toa; they need his strength now, not his guidance. Yet Ja’s attacks are swift and furious, and the Toa of Wisdom can only dodge and parry for so long before a horrible thrumming energy buries itself deep in his breast and slams him against the nearest tree. For a second, he feels as though he can hold together, even though he can already feel his Toa pulling apart from the strain. Ja looks down at him with something that approaches pity, and for the first time in one hundred thousand years Wairuha feels anger. Within him, his Toa’s minds go out, one by one, and he goes with them. He can hear Akamai’s voice distantly as the Toa Nuva do battle with the Bohrok-Kal a world away. The other Kaita is saying something – perhaps his name? – again and again, but Wairuha cannot make it out. Far beneath him, the Bohrok-Kal fall victim to their own powers. Akamai hears his brother’s voice respond at last, speaking without using words, a mixture of pride and sorrow. They succeeded where I could not. And succeed they do. The Toa Nuva face challenge after challenge; some they overcome, some they fall short, but throughout their struggles they do not call upon the Kaita again. Akamai and Wairuha grow stronger as their Toa shed their doubts and turn from brothers chosen by destiny to brothers forged in life, yet they do not taste the air, they do not feel the beautiful solidity of physical form. They are not yet needed. Perhaps they will never be again. Marendar is a nightmare of metal, a monstrous machine designed to wear away at Toa and Matoran bit by bit until they fall and it can harvest them like so much wheat. It pounds the earth to dust beneath its four massive protosteel paws, razor-sharp blades as tall as a Matoran serving as claws. Its face is twisted and narrow, smooth steel that narrows to a diamond-point snout that guards its cacophonous maw. The massive teeth inside are not made to devour, for the beast needs no food; they are simply designed to crush and shred whatever may fall within reach as quickly as possible. Wairuha and Akamai can do nothing but watch as it falls upon the walls of New Atero, unthinking, uncaring, doing only what it believes it has been awakened to do. A Le-Matoran falls into its waiting claws, and Lewa’s scream of fury and agony nearly bursts from Wairuha’s own spirit. An Onu-Matoran is next, and the ferocity of the black anger that surges within Akamai makes him wonder if it was not Onua who came closest to falling to the Makuta’s temptations in Mangaia that day. Gali yells something, and the Toa move. Tahu, Pohatu, and Onua take cover, knowing they are sealed away from their Kaita by Tahu’s form and the golden armor he now wears, a weapon that toppled the Makuta yet is unable to piece the beast’s shimmering hide. Kopaka and Lewa reach their sister, and suddenly Wairuha lives again, his weapons clutched in one hand and his other already preparing a maelstrom of energy. There is no time to think - Marendar sees him and turns immediately, charging at the Kaita with a concentrated fury. He dodges out of the way just in time, one of its horrible metal claws lashing out and coming inches from gouging his side. Its charge is stopped only by the stone wall of a guard tower, and the force of the impact brings the structure crashing down onto the street below. Wairuha can feel the horror and shock of his Toa rising within him, and it is a testament to how far they have come that he does not fall to pieces then and there. Then in the rubble he spots a battered, white staff sticking out from under a cacophony of stone, and a moment later Turaga Nuju feebly sticks his head out and attempts to pull himself free before Marendar can notice him. Wairuha is moving despite himself, the rage of Kopaka driving him forward even though he knows that it is foolish to attack the beast directly. It turns and slams out a massive paw, and he feels one of its claws dig deep into his midsection as they collide. A red-hot wave of pain washes over him, and though some part of him tries to shield his Toa, he can feel them crying out in shock. Marendar lifts him up on its hand, its face contorted into an unthinkable snarl of teeth, and then throws him across the ruined space into another piece of the wall. It crumbles as he collides with it, debris storming down on him and threatening to drive the mask from his face. He shakes his head, looks up, and sees the monster has turned to face him. It is moving slowly now, watching to see if he has any last tricks, and when it knows he doesn’t, it will kill him. This is its function; it knows nothing else. Destroy the enemy when you are called upon to do so. I’m sorry, thinks Wairuha, and he can’t tell who he’s apologizing to. He reaches out a hand and summons a maelstrom at the other end, a crackling mass of air, water, and ice that could bring down half of New Atero on its own, but when he flings it towards the monster the energy seems to slide along its body, slipping into crevices and panels designed to nullify precisely this kind of attack. The machine wastes no time on the pity Ja had shown; it merely picks up its pace. He hears Tahu scream. Marendar does not, or cares not, and so when Akamai slams down on its back sword-first, it lets out a roar more of shock than of pain. It shakes viciously, yet the Toa of Valor will not let go of his blade; with his other hand, he gathers up a comet of magma and drives it down onto the beast’s back. The elements disperse harmlessly, but there is no stopping the heat, and the protosteel that makes up Marendar’s hide soon begins to glow white-hot. The beast howls in pain, and a shard of metal on its back suddenly whips up and smashes the Kaita in his face, sending him tumbling backwards and to the ground. The blade remains lodged within the beast’s back, and when Marendar turns to Akamai its eyes are full of hatred that a machine should not be able to feel. Wairuha forces himself to stand, to shake off the rubble, and draws his own sword. “Brother!” he yells to Akamai. Akamai looks up, and for the first time Wairuha feels shock of his own. The other Kaita is malformed; steel plates buckle together where they shouldn’t, and one leg seems withered and warped. His left arm is stripped of protection entirely, fibrous muscle shining through, and the Aki is twisted and cracked. Wairuha has no need of the instinctive connection they share to know his brother is in pain. Marendar can sense Akamai’s weakness, he can tell. It charges at the fallen Kaita fast – incredibly fast – and Wairuha charges after it, sword outstretched, pouring every ounce of his will into being faster. He sees it all so clearly, those final moments. Marendar’s outstretched claws, spears of protosteel, digging into Akamai’s chest far too deep. His own sword, crackling with energy, swinging down, fueled not by his Toa’s wills but by his own. The beast’s metal head tumbling to the ground, a twist of wires protruding, severed, sparking, and then still. Akamai looks up weakly from the blades still piercing through him. His voice is quiet and rough. “My Toa… I made them do this. Help them.” There is sorrow in Akamai’s eyes, and then there is a flash and the bodies of Tahu, Onua, and Pohatu tumble to the ground along with the beast’s now-empty claw. Wairuha feels his own Toa’s horror and fear burning within him, and he forces them down. The three Toa strewn across the battered earth are covered in damage that they did not have before fusing, and Wairuha knows that they have perhaps minutes to live. He leaps to the Toa of Stone and gathers him up in one hand, then does the same to the Toa of Earth, bringing them to the ground alongside the Toa of Fire. In the distance he can hear yells and running footsteps, other Toa and Matoran and Agori and Glatorian coming to help their fallen heroes. He reaches deep inside him, to the three Toa within. You have to do this, he tells them. I can help, but they are yours. He knows they understand. From his hands a bubble of light begins to form, a mixture of air and water and ice that once healed the wounds of the Toa of Fire struggling for life before them. The energy slides across the prone bodies, sighing as it sinks into the wounds, and then there is silence. Slowly, Onua opens his eyes and pushes himself up on his hands. He looks up at Wairuha, and the Kaita sees in the Toa of Earth’s eyes the wisdom that was so far buried in the back of Akamai’s. “I’m sorry. He’s gone,” says Onua. And in the next moment, Wairuha is as well. In a place that has no name, a spirit that has no body and no life of its own stands alone. It is waiting for the day it is needed again. Perhaps that day will never come, or perhaps it will come many a time over the eons that stretch ahead of it. The spirit can feel its Toa deep within itself, the joys of the Toa of Air, the peace of the Toa of Ice, the kindness of the Toa of Water, but it allows itself to share in none of these things. Still, there are days when its Toa are not alone. When another three kindred spirits join them and talk and celebrate and live. Spirits so close that it could almost reach out and touch them, and if it could do that, maybe it could reach out a little further, and- It cannot. Yet on days like that, the spirit cannot stay silent. He must speak, because he knows somehow that he should, even if it is a meaningless act now. “Akamai.”
  2. Baltarc

    Hero

    My days of heroism are long over. It has been centuries since I took up a blade in defense of my people, centuries since I led my friends to victory over any foe that dared challenge us. Centuries since my body rippled with muscles, centuries since elemental energy coursed through my veins, ready to burst forth with unstoppable power. The years since then have been pleasant ones. I lead my people still, though not in battle – my power is found now in wisdom rather than in physical strength. I am an elder now, and, at risk of seeming conceited, a highly revered one. But I am no longer a hero; that role has passed on to another. And I am content with the positions Destiny has placed us in. Well, usually I am. The door to my hut creaks open, revealing a Le-Matoran clad in silver armor – this is the captain of our meager guard force. “Turaga?” “Yes?” “Do you… Um, do you know why those… things are… you know…” I sigh. “No.” He doesn’t respond. Surprised, maybe that there’s something I don’t know. But Rahi the size of buildings aren’t really my specialty. “Do you have anything to report?” I ask, almost fearing the answer. “Well…” He swallows. “The first two haven’t done much in the past two hours, but Spirit knows when they’ll decide some more of us need to crushed into Kanoka.” “The first two?” “There’s… there’s another, sir. A big bear sort of thing, but it’s gotta be triple the size of any bear I’ve ever seen. It… it destroyed Derrus’s house, grabbed him, and–” He closed his eyes and gave a quick shake of his head before regaining his composure. “It’s just sitting there now, sir.” “And how are our forces addressing the threat?” He gave a short, humorless chuckle. “Sir, our ‘force’ is fifteen men strong, as you well know. It was never designed to handle anything stronger than a stray thief or two. Karz, even if we did have the numbers, we haven’t got the training. None of them have ever had any real experience, you know, against real enemies that really want to kill you. Me and Talara are the only ones who’d even have an idea of what to do against one of those things, and I’m not sure if even she could put a dent in any of them. They’re just two #### big.” He pauses, catching his breath, and his expression changes suddenly as though the weight of what he’s saying has only just struck him. “When is she supposed to be back?” he asks quietly. I shake my head. “Whenever she feels–” A deafening roar cuts me off, and the Matoran offers only a brief salute before scurrying out the door. I stare after him, thinking. Because, see, he’s wrong. There’s someone else around who’s been in battle. I step out onto the street and close my eyes, reaching out for power that hasn’t seen use in centuries. When I open them again, my hut is two stories beneath me. I smile faintly. I’d almost forgotten how much fun the Mask of Growth could be. I guess it’s time to be a hero again. Or die. Yeah, probably that. But I like the first one better. We’ll go with that.
  3. Uncle K.

    Fatal Wound

    Fatal Wound Titans and Monsters Entry Behold: Tahu stands back as the colossus stumbled towards him, stomach bubbling with a green liquid that spills out in boiling chunks. He wonders if there are more of these creatures, nightmarish titans erupting from the earth itself... He had lured it far from the city, but in doing so abandoned his guard. He hopes the other Toa are at least having an uneventful evening. Ugh I should not have waited until tonight to start.
  4. My entry in the Titans and Monsters contest. Always loved doing revamps, and the Shadowed One was on the top of my list. All my old boxes had been stacked away since '11, but when I noticed this contest, I simply couldn't miss the oppurtunity of a last hurrah. I haven't been on the new forums all that much, so I'm kinda lost on the coding system, I'm just gonna do this the easy way: Full MOC [http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Vohon/TSO/downloads.psd.jpg] Head Detail [http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=5918988] Legs and Tail Detail [http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=5918990] Feedback and criticism are most welcome ! Edit: Image thumbnailed - please keep posted images in BBC to 100 kB. Click on the thumbnail to load the full image! -Wind-
  5. TITANS AND MONSTERS: WINNERS! =============================== Contest Topic Entry List A long and bloody battle was fought and a lone victor has emerged: GSR with his short story: The Days They Were Needed and the Years They Were Not! Congratulations, GSR!! Please PM me with your name and address to claim your Medal of Honor semifinal prize and also your grand prize: a new Star Wars Mandalorian Speeder set! Many brave warriors rose up to defend BZ Koro, and we must honor those who placed in the semifinals, as well. If your name is in bold below, that means I haven't received your mailing address by PM yet. Please send this to me so we can ship you your prize: a randomly-chosen medium sized Hero Factory bag set! ~ Ballom ~ Funcle K. ~ Legolover-361 ~ Sycron ~ Nicolas Cage ~ xccj Of course, the city would be in ruins without the help of our bold contest staff! Please be sure to thank the staff members who made this contest a reality! ~ xccj for fantastic data entry skills ~ Velox for his suggestions and Library support ~ -Windrider- for overseeing Comics, catching details I overlooked, and getting really excited about the theme ~ GSR for overseeing Art and offering great input ~ DeeVee for sharing his fabulous vision of a site-wide creative contest and overseeing BBC ~ Makaru for blessing us with his amazing theme idea, overseeing M&M, and helping me deal ~ Emzee for overseeing FCG and offering valuable ideas ~ Black Six for overseeing prizes and stepping in when things got out of hand ~ Tufi Piyufi for her sage contest advice ~ Nukaya for overseeing SBC and being tons of fun in every way ~ Kakaru for helping out, spreading the word, drawing Angry Micah comics, and getting super excited in general ~ Chocolate Frogs for helping out and offering input ~ InnerRayg for this beautiful contest banner that we kept forgetting to put up because everything got crazy Thank you also to everyone who entered and gave their support! Today, at the edge of our hope, at the end of our time, we chose to believe in each other! Today we faced the monsters that were at our door; today we cancelled the apocalypse! This topic has been reposted due to a recent data loss, for reference purposes. Prizes were shipped.
  6. TITANS AND MONSTERS! Final Poll Titans and Monsters: Attack on BZ Koro! Contest The winning entries from the semifinals will now compete for the grand prize! If your entry is listed below, please PM me your full name and address to claim your prize from the semifinals! Final Voting begins August 22nd and ends August 23rd at 11:59 pm EDT. Results will be posted on August 25th in a new topic in General Discussion. (most likely in the evening) =============================== 1. Vermillion Tempest 2. The Days They Were Needed and the Years They Were Not 3. Fatal Wound 4. Charge! 5. Mech Vs. Monster 6. Attak on Bionicles 7. Bionicle: Defeat the Titans PLEASE BE WARNED that anyone who attempts to rekindle the argument regarding the comics voting, whether directly or passive-aggressively, will have their proto dropped and posting privileges suspended for a week. Please note that this includes individuals who may feel the need to post their "two cents" on the controversy and how "dumb" they think it is/was. Just don't talk about it. Period; we're done. Thank you.
  7. Library Semifinal Poll Titans and Monsters: Attack on BZ Koro! Contest The top four entries from Library Prelims were to compete in the Semifinals together. However, since there are 4 entries contending for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place, there are 5 entries to vote on in this poll. Library Semifinal Voting begins August 20th and ends August 21st at 11:59 pm EDT. -> The winning entry from the Library Semifinals will enter the Finals. Final Voting begins August 22nd and ends August 23rd at 11:59 pm EDT. Results will be posted on August 25th in a new topic in General Discussion. =============================== 1. Titans vs. Monsters Entry: A Technic Coliseum Special 2. The Days They Were Needed and the Years They Were Not 3. Perspective 4. Casualty 5. Gaint Frog-Baboon-Wolf Monster That Wants to Eat You
  8. BBC and SBC Semifinal Poll Titans and Monsters: Attack on BZ Koro! Contest The top four entries from BBC/SBC Prelims have entered the Semifinals together. BBC/SBC Semifinal Voting begins August 20th and ends August 21st at 11:59 pm EDT. -> The winning entry from the BBC/SBC Semifinals will enter the Finals. Final Voting begins August 22nd and ends August 23rd at 11:59 pm EDT. Results will be posted on August 25th in a new topic in General Discussion. =============================== 1. >>> Zardius: Master of Destruction 2. >>> Gorvox 3. >>> Kirzakani 4. >>> Vermillion Tempest
  9. Comics Semifinal PollTitans and Monsters: Attack on BZ Koro! ContestComics Semifinals Voting begins August 16th and ends August 19th at 11:59 pm EDT.-> The winning entry from the Comics Semifinals will enter the Finals.Final Voting begins August 22nd and ends August 23rd at 11:59 pm EDT.Results will be posted on August 25th in a new topic in General Discussion.===============================1. >>> Attak on BioniclesEntry 1 has been disqualified. The BZPower Rules state, "Respect your fellow members." The use of Greg Farshtey's likeness and quotes is in poor taste and disrespectful. I know if someone had used my face, or made me a character in their comic without asking my permission first, I'd be upset and want it removed. Greg is a person, and even if you don't like what he did with the story or don't like his writing style that doesn't mean he should be villainized.2. >>> The Phantom Terror and His League of Dimwits!3. >>> Opolis Invaded4. >>> Mech Vs. Monster5. >>> Mighty Morphin' Entry 5 has been disqualified. The BZPower Rules state, "BZPower does not condone discrimination or intolerance." This comic contained a racist joke that is not appropriate for BZP.Please recall - the purpose of being able to post in a poll is to discuss who you voted for and why. It is not a place to talk about disqualified entries. It is not a place to argue or tell someone they are wrong for voting in a particular manner. It is not a place to discuss the content of the entries and whether or not the style or anything along those lines is legitimate. It is certainly not a place to use slurs and other inappropriate language. If anyone is found violating the above, they will lose Proto and have their posting privileges suspended.
  10. Art Semifinal Poll Titans and Monsters: Attack on BZ Koro! Contest Art Semifinals Voting begins August 14th and ends August 17th at 11:59 pm EDT. -> The winning entry from the Art Semifinals will enter the Finals. Final Voting begins August 22nd and ends August 23rd at 11:59 pm EDT. Results will be posted on August 25th in a new topic in General Discussion. =============================== 1. >>> BZ Koro Titan vs Monster Art entry 2. >>> The Kaita Program 3. >>> A Monster on Titan 4. >>> Face Off 5. >>> Titan vs. Monster entry 6. >>> The Order's Call 7. >>> Fire and Ice 8. >>> Ending Days 9. >>> Fatal Wound 10. >>> Great Spirit
  11. Music and Movies Semifinal Poll Titans and Monsters: Attack on BZ Koro! Contest M&M Semifinals Voting begins August 14th and ends August 17th at 11:59 pm EDT. -> The winning entry from the M&M Semifinals will enter the Finals. Final Voting begins August 22nd and ends August 23rd at 11:59 pm EDT. Results will be posted on August 25th in a new topic in General Discussion. =============================== 1. Out of the Darkness (The Toa of Light)2. Takanuva vs Makuta3. BZ Koro: The Movie4. Desperate Situation! A Light in the Darkness!5. The Manas and the Kaita6. Charge!7. Attack on the Rim of BZ Koro
  12. Fan Created Games Semifinal Poll Titans and Monsters: Attack on BZ Koro! Contest FCG Semifinals Voting begins August 14th and ends August 17th at 11:59 pm EDT. -> The winning entry from the FCG Semifinals will enter the Finals. Final Voting begins August 22nd and ends August 23rd at 11:59 pm EDT. Results will be posted on August 25th in a new topic in General Discussion. =============================== 1. Path of the Mortals 2. The Final Battle for BZ-Koro 3. Seige Of Ga-Koro Minecraft Modification 4. Bionicle: Defeat the Titans 5. Bionicle: Call of Destiny 2D
  13. Comics Semifinal Poll Titans and Monsters: Attack on BZ Koro! Contest Comics Semifinals Voting begins August 14th and ends August 17th at 11:59 pm EDT. -> The winning entry from the Comics Semifinals will enter the Finals. Final Voting begins August 22nd and ends August 23rd at 11:59 pm EDT. Results will be posted on August 25th in a new topic in General Discussion. =============================== 1. >>> Attak on Bionicles 2. >>> The Phantom Terror and His League of Dimwits! 3. >>> Opolis Invaded 4. >>> Mech Vs. Monster 5. >>> Part 1 Part 2 >>> Mighty Morphin'
  14. BBC and SBC Preliminary Poll Beta Titans and Monsters: Attack on BZ Koro! Contest BBC/SBC Preliminary Voting begins August 14th and ends August 17th at 11:59 pm EDT. -> The top four entries from BBC/SBC Prelims will enter the Semifinals together. BBC/SBC Semifinal Voting begins August 20th and ends August 21st at 11:59 pm EDT. -> The winning entry from the BBC/SBC Semifinals will enter the Finals. Final Voting begins August 22nd and ends August 23rd at 11:59 pm EDT. Results will be posted on August 25th in a new topic in General Discussion. ===============================1. >>> Fusion Mach 5 2. >>> V12 Foot-soldier Mech 3. >>> Graydahk -Titan AND Monster 4. >>> Kirzakani 5. >>> Vermillion Tempest 6. >>> Frog-Baboon-Wolf Monster That Wants to Eat You 7. >>> White Fury 8. >>> Titan Project WeaponsMaster: Arsenal Primal 9. >>> Nutrakh
  15. BBC and SBC Preliminary Poll Alpha Titans and Monsters: Attack on BZ Koro! Contest BBC/SBC Preliminary Voting begins August 14th and ends August 17th at 11:59 pm EDT. -> The top four entries from BBC/SBC Prelims will enter the Semifinals together. BBC/SBC Semifinal Voting begins August 20th and ends August 21st at 11:59 pm EDT. -> The winning entry from the BBC/SBC Semifinals will enter the Finals. Final Voting begins August 22nd and ends August 23rd at 11:59 pm EDT. Results will be posted on August 25th in a new topic in General Discussion. =============================== 1. >>> Zardius: Master of Destruction 2. >>> Mutagen Toa Kayn 3. >>> The Mecha-Toa 4. >>> Undersea Cowboy 5. >>> White Defender 6. >>> The Shadowed One 7. >>> The Obsidian Flame 8. >>> Gorvox 9. >>> Massive
  16. Library Preliminary Poll Alpha Titans and Monsters: Attack on BZ Koro! Contest Library Preliminary Voting begins August 14th and ends August 17th at 11:59 pm EDT. -> The top four entries from Library Prelims will enter the Semifinals together. Library Semifinal Voting begins August 20th and ends August 21st at 11:59 pm EDT. -> The winning entry from the Library Semifinals will enter the Finals. Final Voting begins August 22nd and ends August 23rd at 11:59 pm EDT. Results will be posted on August 25th in a new topic in General Discussion. =============================== 1. Titans vs. Monsters Entry: A Technic Coliseum Special 2. We Never Wanted 3. The C-Squad 4. Machronicle 5. The Days They Were Needed and the Years They Were Not 6. Hold the Line 7. Hero
  17. Library Preliminary Poll Beta Titans and Monsters: Attack on BZ Koro! Contest Library Preliminary Voting begins August 14th and ends August 17th at 11:59 pm EDT. -> The top four entries from Library Prelims will enter the Semifinals together. Library Semifinal Voting begins August 20th and ends August 21st at 11:59 pm EDT. -> The winning entry from the Library Semifinals will enter the Finals. Final Voting begins August 22nd and ends August 23rd at 11:59 pm EDT. Results will be posted on August 25th in a new topic in General Discussion. =============================== 1. AQUA MAGNA ATTACK ON MARENDAR 10.1010 THIS IS (NOT) COPYRIGHT INFRINGE 2. Titans V. Monsters SS Entry 3. The Machine 4. Perspective 5. Casualty 6. Gaint Frog-Baboon-Wolf Monster That Wants to Eat You 7. ITT: Hoodie Saves BZKoro Entry disqualified, as the creator is now suspended.
  18. Flickr I present to you my entry for the Titans and Monsters: Attack on BZ-Koro contest! Vermillion Tempest measures a towering 13 inches tall and weighs in at less than 2 pounds, a hefty tonnage indeed. Armed with a full load of missiles and a sword to smite evil, he is ready to give the invading Kaiju a very unpleasant welcome! The backstory behind this guy is an interesting one. Originally I had wanted to use a cool head design built by BioRays on Flickr, but hadn't gotten around to it. I figured that I could make a red mecha to go with the head as a spiritual successor to Voltage, since the heads looked so much alike. But then I went and saw the fantastic movie Pacific Rim, and I knew that I just had to make a MOC emulating the awe-inspiring Jaegers. While the head isn't a perfect replica of the pilot-holding pod of Gipsy Danger and her brethren, it works well enough for my purposes.I had lots of fun building this MOC, especially since it integrates a lot of neat parts. Hence, he has some stickers from Exo-Force and Galaxy Squad, a Hero Factory Zamor for the nuclear chest core, and flipper feet for improved aquatic combat. The combination of red and fin pieces in a giant robot package also makes him resemble one of my favorite units from Super Robot Wars, the Alteisen. And of course, him having a sword makes him resemble another sword-swinging mecha from SRW . . . CHESTOOOOOH! ~B~
  19. >Be on the bad side of BZ-Koro >Innocent bystander in a bar >Wall breaks >It's a giant Silver plated ape looking monster >Everyone screams as monster glares at us with it's red eyes >"Oh no! Where is our protector?" >Silently pray for Hoodie to come >He appears >Ohyesohyes >Admire his all black armor and signature hoodie covering his Kanohi >"Are you ready to throw down, son?" >I know I'm ready >Watch as they start to fist fight >Silver plated ape is on top of Hoodie as they roll across the bar counter >Other bystanders say he'll lose >Tell them to watch the Hoodie win >Both fighters fall behind the counter >Ohnoohno >Hear Hoodie moan in pain >I don't feel the fear clench at my heart because I have faith >Suddenly Hoodie stands up from behind the counter >"See, I told you guys!" >Hoodie sits on counter >Lays down and smokes a cigarette >Feelsgoodman.jpg >Hear him silently say "Hoodie is always on top"
  20. Talk about last minute, ey? Good evening to you, awesome BZPers!! I've been away for quite some time due to being busy with....let's just face it. I got bored. Don't judge me!!! Here's my entry to the Monsters and Titans contest. Or Titans and Monsters contest. Meet Zardius!!! He's a mighty being that rose from the Archives to destroy the invading monsters. His Hammer, Sunder, is a mighty weapon, capable of carving craters into the ground. Its shock waves can shake mountains. Figuratively. Almost. I dunno, guys. Last minute entries SUCK! And the photoset. Hope you like it!! Best of luck to all
  21. ~For ages the two have struggled- those who fight and those who are fought. The hero and the beast, the spectre and the dream, the monster, the titan. And as untold ages pass, the cycle repeats, creating new fighters in the battle of ages.Sometimes these fighters are heroes But most of them are mad... Sometimes a madman is stuck into situations beyond the control of their shattered mind, beyond anything they could ever dream of. Sometimes a madman must become a hero...Sometimes a hero must become a casualty.Sometimes dreams are the end of lives Thumbnail (.JPG) .PNG Version This was an attempt to portray the meeting of Annona and Telluris, specifically the end of the latter's life. C&C greatly appreciated.
  22. So, here's my entry for TITANS AND MONSTERS. Basically, it's a musical interpretation of the clash between the Manas (the monsters) and the Toa Kaita (the titans) in the darkness of the Makuta's lair. Click below to enjoy. Click me! Now, here are all the details. I'm sure some of you out there know me for my writing, and are surprised to see me entering this contest with a piece of music. Surprise, surprise, I also dabble in musical composition! The idea for a piece inspired by the Manas/Kaita battle came to me almost immediately after seeing the contest. It's a classic battle between titans and monsters, where the heroes unite (like, literally unite) to combat evil foes. It's also a battle where brain triumphs over brawn, no matter whether you read the books or watch the online movies. In short, it's a ton of fun. I started composing this piece with the goal of combining organic and mechanical sounds, because that's always been the spirit of BIONICLE to me. The mystery of 2001, to me, was largely composed of, “Why are these robots on a primitive island?” The combination of organic and mechanical is a big part of why I liked BIONICLE, so I tried to incorporate those themes here. Wooden drums and flutes contrast with synthesizers and the sounds of machinery, invoking a feeling of combat. The rapid escalation in the drums also promotes a feeling of back-and-forth action, followed by a drop of sorts that, to me, brings to mind the moment when the Toa realized the key to beating their opponents wasn't strength, but smarts. Unfortunately, this summer has been very busy for me, so I wasn't able to finish this piece until the last minute, and even then wasn't able to make it as long as I wanted. I wish I could have had a dozen hours to spend on it, but I simply didn't have the time and energy I would have liked to spend on this project. It's far from my best work, but there are things here that I really like (and others I don't ), and overall I think I did a good job. Please let me know what you think! I welcome all comments and criticism.
  23. Well. Haven't been here in awhile. Anyway, I heard about this contest way too late and built it as fast as I could in a day and a half. Pretty proud with what I got. White Fury ~U_K~
  24. Created by Miserix during his time in the Brotherhood, Kirzikani are a fierce breed of draconic Rahi. PIC Head With Jaws Open With Kongu (I sorta procrastinated on this, leading to the choppy look of the legs and the lack of back claws. I'll probably work on those when I have the time.)
  25. Akamai and Wairuha stood stoic in the coast of Metru Nui. It had been half a century since the Toa, the Turaga, and the Matoran returned to their former city of Metru Nui. They thought the Makuta to be dead, but they were wrong. The Makuta could never die, he was alive, hiding, biding until he could have his vengeance. After 29 years of peace, Emergence Day happened. One by one, colossal Rahi-like creatures that could easily tower over the tallest Knowledge Tower emerged from the sea and attacked the islands of Metru Nui, Xia, and Odina respectively. It took seven days to defeat the one at Metru Nui, decimating the entire Vahki force and reserves of energized protodermis to do so. Half of Onu-Metru and the archives were completely destroyed. They needed a new weapon, one that could match the force of these monsters. The Kaita program was initiated. Proposed by the great inventor Nuparu and inspired by the Toa Kaita, the Kaita program was to create giant Exo-Toa, those that could match the size and force of the monsters. The Kaitas, as they were called, however, required multiple pilots to lessen the mental load in controlling the robots, something the Toa Mata has had numerous experiences with. The Kaita program proved successful in defending Ta-metru in the second invasion of Metru Nui and after, all the islands have their own Kaita. Akamai and Wairuha were unique in their design, as being the only Kaitas being piloted by three Toa each, they both had a three-armed design, one main arm on one side and two on the other, and possessed several abilities to overcome their lack of elemental power. Recently, the Turaga discovered how the Makuta was able to create the monsters. In fact, the monsters were not created by the Makuta. It was an artifact buried deep beneath the sea, a Kanohi known as the Kanohi Ignika, the Legendary Mask of Life. It was also rumored to be able to revive the Great Spirit Mata Nui. Only a Destined could use it safely, so the Makuta took the monsters, guardians created by the mask, and infected them to use as his soldiers. If they could use the mask to revive Mata Nui, the Great Spirit should be able to put an end to the Makuta. The Toa Mata could not go in case another attack occurs on Metru Nui so the Turaga sent a team of Matoran comprised of Jaller, Hahli, Matoro, Hewkii, Nuparu, Kongu in a prototype Nui to retrieve the mask. All Akamai and Wairuha could do was wait. They must hold the line at the coast and prevent the monsters from attacking the city and hopefully hold them back long enough for the Matoran to complete their mission.
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