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#441 Offline John Smith

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Posted Jan 07 2015 - 10:38 PM

Just for the sake of speculation, maybe the GBs could be the last survivors of a race that predates the Agori and Glatorian?

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#442 Offline Archon~

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Posted Jan 08 2015 - 11:14 AM

I had a theory like that.^
There was an original species that eventually split into the Agori and Glatorian (Skrall later split from Glatorian but thats a tale for another day :P ), and what remained of the original special species became known as the Great Beings.

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Posted Jan 11 2015 - 10:47 AM

There has been an interesting question concerning A Thousand Years Untold 2 some days ago. The question have been cut when Greg replied but here's the original post with the question and here is the answer.

Also, another question. A couple years ago, there was an official S&T Contest called A Thousand Years Untold 2. It was the follow-up to a previos contest called A Thousand years untold, which users submitted short stories about Mata Nui, Metru Nui, and Voya Nui during the thousand years after the Great Cataclysm. The winners were canonized. THis contest deals with other islands which were not revealed at that point (eg. Mahri Nui, Stelt, Karda Nui). Should the winners of the second contest be considered canon, as the contest was intended? The contest description says that was the case.

Re: your last question. I do not recall ever seeing the stories from the second contest, and if I have not seen and approved them, then they can't be canonized.

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