This is a tribute to the amazing Youtube channel Screen Junkies. Please watch them. Just know, if you are under 12 years of age, it might be a little too inappropriate. Please fix if you are better at humor than me.
In a world where biomechanical beings live their life serving a giant robot that they call home, until an apocalyptic event causes them to move to the surface, where they start being menaced by the same being that caused the apocalyptic event, until bigger biomechanical beings defeat him and escape back to the workplace, where they work for a dead robot they call home, and new bigger biomechanical beings go off on a journey to make the dead robot alive, and they go underwater, and the original biomechanical beings end up actually doling the saving, and the bad guy is the giant robot, and the true robot gets sent to a post-apocalyptic planet, where he becomes another giant robot, kills the other one, and everyone lives happily ever after. Whew! That's a complicated story! Wait, what?! That was a SIMPLIFIED version?! Oh, geez.
Team up with our arrogant fire-wielding hero. Or our heroic light-wielding hero. Or our naive fire-wielding hero. Or our amazing fire-wielding hero. Or our original arrogant fire-wielding hero who had some character development and became a heroic hero. Or our wise/unknowing life-wielding outcast, as they fight against the evil Makuta Teridax, whose name reveal caused people to partially hate the guy who did it, and yet they suddenly love him when the story stops.
A franchise so beloved and creative, it sparked a slew of fanfics, MOCs, creative analyses, and entire new websites, only to be given the axe in favor of another franchise geared towards 8-year olds that is already running out of ideas. I mean, seriously? Underground monsters? You've got to be kidding me.
Witness the peril. Witness the danger. Witness the romance that everyone loved, but was de-canonized. Come on, Greg!
This epic storyline is spread over nine whole years! Including...
The one that began the "chronicle".
The one that started the theme of re-used characters.
The one with the underwhelming savior.
The dark and scary one.
The unnecessary underwater one.
The epic one where the most epic stuff comes from online only.
The one with the kinda bad movie.
And the one that left me crying like a newborn.
You know what, I refuse to do this part. There are way too many. Ugh.
The Best LEGO Theme Ever.
So if this is so good, why was it cancelled? To save packaging? They're cheap.
Edited by TheKanohiIgnika, Aug 30 2014 - 12:14 PM.