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#1 Offline Neelh

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Posted Oct 31 2011 - 11:55 AM

I DO NOT OWN BIONICLE, HETALIA, HETAONI, OR AOONI. I JUST WROTE THIS FOR MY OWN ENTERTAINMENT AND TO IMPROVE MY WRITING!So. I did it. You can kill me now.Before you read this, I'd like you to know that this isn't an original story. It's a Bioniclization of a story of nations, Hetaoni, which in turn is based on Hetalia and AoOni. I changed around the characters and made tham all to my pairings! Except PruCan, because Matau and the one I chose for Canada don't go together. And you can probably guess who he is. Some of the characters won't make sense until later on in the story.And yes, I've used songs at the start of each chapter. Luckily, I had spare time on my hands when I went on holiday. I did the most otaku-y thing you can do. Make a list of random songs that remind you of HetaOni. It's fun! You end up with most of Cryoshell's songs, a load of MCR from the Danger Days album (which is audial USUK for me), and quite a lot of songs whose melodys remind you of Hetaoni music (Soundless Voice/Proof of Life is quite simaler to Friendship). And the Hetaoni music is really good. I may reccomend a piece to listen to while you read this instead of the song at the start. But I won't.So, shall we start? :)~~~BioniOni – Episode 1You're feeling awkward, you're feeling cold.You feel there is someone watching you, oh no!Is this just a dream or is it true?-Caught in a Dream, All Insane KidsThere is a legend of a haunted mansion in the forest. Nobody knows how it got there, who once lived in there, or if it even exists. Many people have tried to find it. Not many have returned.Onua, Lewa, Kopaka and Matau stood outside the mansion. It was dark and foreboding, with a dark aura surrounding it. There were no windows on the first floor, barred windows on the second floor that looked like they wouldn’t be giving way soon, and completely normal, if elaborate, windows on the levels above. The door was large and heavy, with a doorknocker in the shape of a muaka’s head.“I can’t believe it’s really right-here!” exclaimed Matau. “The dream-sharer was right, for once!”Onua rolled his eyes. “And you’re never wrong? Deal with it, Vakama is a lot smarter than you.”“So cruel!”“It doesn’t look-seem like much,” Lewa said. He had seemed quiet ever since the Toa Meeting in the Coliseum. “Let’s go.”Matau moaned. “Aw! But we spent so long looking for it!”“It can’t hurt,” Kopaka said. Matau looked up brightly, just to have his hopes crushed when Kopaka continued, “And it would be a waste if we didn’t go in. We have spent two hours trudging through the forest.”“Everyone hates me today,” grumbled Matau. “How about you, Onua? Do you wanna go in?”The Toa of Earth shied away. “I-er…”“Excellent!” grinned the narcissist. “Let’s go in!”~~~“Wow…” Onua said. “For a deserted mansion, this place looks pretty clean and well-kept.”“We can see that,” Kopaka grunted.Indeed, it was neat and tidy. There didn’t seem to be anything showing that someone had even lived in here. It looked like a display house with its magnolia-painted walls and pale wood-panelled floor. They heard the door close behind them with a heavy thud. Onua jumped.“Er… Can we go now?”Matau laughed. “Ha ha! Don’t be so yawn-boring!”A loud crash shocked them all. Onua gulped. “L-look, we really should go!”“Why?” taunted Matau. “Is the little Onua afraid of ghosty-wosties?”“Shaddup.”“Don’t be stupid,” Kopaka said. “There’s no such thing as ghosts. I’ll go and see what that was.”He walked upstairs. There was nothing on the landing. He tried the door straight across from him. It was locked. He tried the next door along. That wouldn’t open either.“Why did Matau and the others want to come here?” he grumbled. “This is a fool’s errand. There’s no such thing as ghosts.”The third time, he was lucky. The door slid open easily, with only a slight creak. He walked into the room, closing the door behind him. There wasn’t much, just a broken plate on the floor. He left the room and tried some other doors. They were all locked too.Another noise broke the silence, not unlike the first one.“What?” gasped the Toa of Ice. “Maybe I’m just going tired… And I should maybe stop talking to myself.”He opened some more doors, and found one that opened to a bedroom, as it seemed. On the floor were two Quake Breakers. They looked slightly different from before, but maybe that was just his being tired. Kopaka put them in his pack. He could return them to Onua later.Wait a second. His pack wasn’t like that!Kopaka checked his hands. Instead of the cold, white armour there was before; there was organic flesh that was a pale ivory. His fingers were long and slightly roughened. His body was clothed in a white jumper with long sleeves and a high neck and pale blue, baggy jeans. His feet were protected by large boots that were perfect for trudging through snow. He sighed. He knew this mansion would be bad news.There was a small walk-in wardrobe in the corner of the room. Kopaka pulled open the door with little resistance. Inside sat Onua, shaking like a leaf.“Onua! Are you alright? Where are the others? Well, you look… shaken, to say the least.”He shook in reply.“I’ll go and find some water for you.”~~~The bathroom tap wasn’t working. That wasn’t really the best thing right now for Kopaka. Now he was doing another stupid errand, looking for two things that were so easy, they were boring.Well, water wasn’t easy. He turned to look at the toilet. “I shouldn’t be so hasty.”After about half an hour of looking around, he had found something which rather resembled water. He still wasn’t too sure on what it was, though. It could be dangerous. Fatally dangerous.He went back to the wardrobe in which Onua was hiding. “I brought you some water.”He opened the wardrobe from the inside, still shaking. “T-thanks.” He took a sip. “Is this water?”“Judging by the colour, probably...”The Toa of Earth finished the water. He stood up, revealing his new form. The Toa was now shorter than normal, yet still towering over Kopaka, with broad shoulders and pale skin. He was also wearing baggy trousers, with a dark grey and silver t-shirt under a worn leather jacket. His hair was black and hung over his eyes, which were still a vibrant green. “I’m sorry for panicking. It’s just, we were all running for our lives, and I got separated from the others.” He paused. “Is something different about you?”“I could say the same. We seem to have become organic.”Onua blinked. “Mata Nui! What?”Kopaka frowned. “You should rest. I will find the others.”“Here,” his friend said, pulling a key out from his pocket. “Take this. I found it when I was running, and it might be useful to you.”Kopaka mentally challenged the other Toa. He was running for life, and stopped to pick up a key? “Thank you. I’ll go and find the others now. I’ll see you later.”The Toa of Ice turned and left the room. He walked around, trying the key in various doors. Finally, one swung open. It was a library. Lots of books were stacked on the shelves, neatly and in order. Kopaka slid one off the shelf, glanced at it, and put it back. “Maybe later.”He turned to look at the table. It was littered with papers, and something else.“This-this is-“gasped Kopaka.“A normal bula berry. I thought it would be more exciting.”He pocketed it and stood up, seeing something out of the corner of his eye. He gasped and bit his lip. Too late. It had already noticed him.Without thinking, Kopaka pulled out his Ice Blades and swung them at the monster. It looked familiar, but how? It retaliated by sending a blast of shadow at him. The Toa dived out of the way. He needed to get out of here.“Mata Nui! How did I drop it NOW?”He froze the monster in a block of ice before scanning the room for the key. Thank Mata Nui he still had his Elemental Powers. He spotted it, grabbed it, and fled the room.“I need to find the others. And fast.”~~~Review

Edited by Neelh, Dec 30 2011 - 06:30 AM.

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I no longer need Taipu as I have achieved the impossible.

 

I have girlfriend.

 

the atlantic was born today

and i'll tell you how

the clouds above opened up

and let it out


#2 Offline Neelh

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Posted Dec 30 2011 - 06:26 AM

BioniOni - Episode 2We've got an awful lot of running to do- An Awful Lot Of Running, Chameleon Circuit~~~Kopaka looked at his feet when he was sure that he was safe and well away from that monster. A key glistened just a few feet away from him, so he picked it up and pocketed it. He wandered around the house, looking for somewhere that would open up. The whole house was decorated the same. It was rather creepy. Eventually, a door on the fourth floor opened after meeting the key. The first thing that caught his eye was the creature stuck in between the wall and a bookcase. It had a big face with rows of blunt teeth and seemed pretty down.“Oh, a squid,” said Kopaka, with only a hint of surprise in his voice. He attempted to move the bookcase to get the poor creature out, but it wouldn’t budge. “I’m sorry, but I can’t get you out, but maybe Onua can.”He turned away and left the room. Maybe Onua could, if he would come out. Maybe Kopaka would have to drag the larger one out. He smirked as he left for the larger Toa.~~~When Kopaka got back to Onua, he was a little confused at the now iron door of the wardrobe.“Onua? Are you in there?” he called. “There’s a squid trapped in a room on the fourth floor. I feel rather sorry for it. Do you think you can get it out?”The door slid open and Onua looked up from the floor. “Okay, but I have a favour to ask. I lost my quake breakers when I was running away. If I had them, I would be able to go out without feeling so… scared…”“Oh! I found them a while ago!” grinned Kopaka. This new, cowardly Onua had to come out now! The Toa of Ice passed them to Onua, who was now standing. Unfortunately, he had another excuse.“Er, Kopaka…”He sighed and rolled his eyes. “Yes?”“I’m actually sort of hungry…”Kopaka whacked the Toa of Earth around the head with the blunt edge of one of his swords. “How in Mata Nui’s name do you expect me to find food in this forsaken place?”They both stared at each other. “Please, Kopaka? I don’t have much strength.”“Fine, I’ll find you something to eat. Any preferences, like crab salad? The chef that we bought along to this trip makes an excellent roast kikinalo leg!”Onua scowled. “Anything.”After standing there for a few more seconds, Onua asked, “Have you found Matau or Lewa yet?”“No,” replied Kopaka.“Oh.”Kopaka walked away to find food, and heard Onua shut the door behind him. Just what was he doing in there?~~~Soon, Kopaka found himself in the bathroom again. He had made an interesting discovery about the toilet.It was also a slot machine.Although the Toa found it unhygienic to be buying food from a toilet, it was food and it didn’t taste weird or anything. After attempting to absorb the energy out of one onigiri, he discovered that it didn’t work. Tentatively, he bought his hands that cupped the rice ball to his mouth and nibbled. The flavour exploded in his mouth and he gasped when he had chewed and swallowed. This new way of getting nutrition was strange, but amazing! He bought more of the food from the toilet and left the room.~~~The corridor was pitch black. Kopaka couldn’t see a thing. He fumbled around for the switch, but he could swear that he could hear deep breathing rasping down his neck. When he switched the light on, it flickered for a second, seeming to be confused with whether it wanted to turn on or not.Then it attacked.Kopaka leaped back, pulling out his Ice Blades as he did so. “Not again!”He blasted the figure made of shadow with a bolt of ice, but it shrugged it off. He needed more power! The creature blasted shadow at him, but he managed to dodge. However, it still singed the side of his face, and it felt horrible. He retaliated with charging his weapons with his elemental energy and running straight at the misty but solid figure. It worked, but the Toa’s energy was still depleting slowly but steadily. He kept on hitting out at it, and each time he grew weaker. However, the thing gave out first. It disappeared in a flash of nothing, and Kopaka fell to his knees where it once stood. He pulled out an origiri and began eating it. Once he felt better, he saw a key in front of him. Since they were useful, he took it.Lewa was still alone, he guessed. That was rather worrying. He had to look for the Toa of Air. And Matau, too.~~~He sat in the corner of the bedroom. It was large and eerie. This was not how a Toa-hero should behave! He was strong and amazing and heroic! Nokama wouldn’t like it very much if he was this scared! He had to be awesome! Even though he now had weird, organic skin and weak green and navy cloth armour.The door clicked as someone unlocked it. Matau screamed like a girl, until he saw who it was.“Oh, hello-hi, Kopaka. I was just having an awesome Toa-hero tea party! Care to join?”The Toa of Ice narrowed his eyes. “Are you okay? Have you seen anything?”Matau nodded vigorously. “Yep! It was massive and scary and shadowy! Bad-dark… We all saw it! Me, Onua and Lewa!”“I know. I’ve seen it too.”“And now I’m right-here and I don’t think-know what’s going to soon-happen! Can we quick-leave now?”“Calm down!” cried Kopaka angrily. “Do you need to eat?”Matau peered down at his stomach. It rumbled. Kopaka took in the other Toa’s new appearance. He had green, scruffy hair that was tied back in a short ponytail. His red eyes were large and his skin was a couple of shades darker than Kopaka’s. A green t-shirt and dark blue jeans covered his slim body that hid muscles. His boots were large and grey, with laces that matched his top.“You too, huh?”“Evidently. Now, answer my question.”Red eyes met blue. Both were stony, but Matau’s stifled mirth. “Probably.”Kopaka threw an onigiri at Matau’s head. The airhead ate it quickly. “Yum!” he grinned stupidly.“Have you seen Lewa?” asked Kopaka sharply.Matau shook his head, his hair hitting his face. “No. He just quick-ran. Really, really, quick-ran.”There was silence for a second, during which Kopaka heard footsteps. Matau opened his mouth, only to be quickly shushed by the Toa of Ice. “If those swords are not just for flight,” he murmured almost silently, “I would suggest that you pull them out and make them useful for once!”Both of them stood there, as still as an ice cube in the middle of an unmoving void. Soon, the sounds faded and they relaxed.“You think-feel it’s gone?” asked Matau, shivering slightly. Kopaka nodded.“But it’ll be back. Let’s get moving. Lewa is still missing.”~~~They walked out of the room. The lights flickered.“Mata Nui!” cried Matau, clutching onto Kopaka. “I hate this!”The alien stared at them with a look of pure evil, and attacked. Kopaka and Matau both dodged at the same time. Matau struck first with his aero slicers, while Kopaka attempted to use his elemental powers. A thin beam of ice shot out and froze the stomach of the beast. The Toa of Air then stabbed the beast in the back. Kopaka then span and kicked the beast in the ribs and then the legs. The lights flickered out again.Again, the monster was gone.Kopaka and Matau strode quickly to he room where Onua was hiding. “This is the Great Earth Fortress,” said Kopaka sarcastically.“Cool,” said Matau, unimpressed. “Hey, dirt-brain! The awesome Toa-hero, me, has arrived!”“Matau?” said Onua through the wardrobe door, perplexed. “What- where’s Lewa?”“No thought-idea!” grinned Matau. “Now get out, or is Lewa going to be missing forever?”Onua came out of the wardrobe quietly. “Can we come back here at some point?”“HA HA HA!” laughed Matau. “Do you like tight-narrow spaces or something, dirt-head?”Onua glared at him. “I’m a Toa of Earth, you moron. I’m usually found underground, in narrow tunnels.”“Oh,” Kopaka said. “Shall we leave now?”“Okay,” agreed Matau. “Let’s just wish-hope there are no monsters.”~~~“Are you sure you can pull-get it out, Onua?” asked Matau, referring to the squid in the wall.He grunted in reply. “I’m sorry; I can’t do it with my bare hands. I’ll need some sort of tool.”“Are you sure that won’t pain-hurt it?”Kopaka sighed. “It’s a big house. I’ll go and find something.”The only reply was an “Nnngh-AHHH!” from Onua, and an “Awesome face,” from Matau.Kopaka left the room. “All this for a little squid.”~~~Review

Edited by Neelh, Dec 31 2011 - 03:48 AM.

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I no longer need Taipu as I have achieved the impossible.

 

I have girlfriend.

 

the atlantic was born today

and i'll tell you how

the clouds above opened up

and let it out





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