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#1 Offline Infamous Ironic Iguana

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Posted Sep 01 2012 - 08:09 PM

SO. Who's your favorite Makuta?Mine was Krika. I always felt sorry for him. He tried his best to do good, and look where it got him. Mutated, and faded out of existence by Gorast.
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Posted Sep 01 2012 - 08:18 PM

Hmm... for appearance, it's Chirox but overall, Krika. He was such an interesting character. He seems like he could have been one of those characters that went "bad guys turned good" but sadly, he was killed off.
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Posted Sep 01 2012 - 08:50 PM

I always liked Icarax and Krika. The former because he was so powerful in battle. (He nearly defeated all the Toa Nuva single handedly.) As for Krika, I always liked him because he always sounded sad and/or depressed when he spoke, which helped him standout among the Makuta.
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Posted Sep 01 2012 - 09:08 PM

Honestly, who's not going to choose Krika? He was the best Makuta because he was so close to being a good guy. It's unfortunate that the Greg man didn't have the time to really explore his character, and he died before it could be fleshed out. If there was more exploration of his morals in the 2008 books, Time Trap might have been dethroned as best book. I'm just sayin'.
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Posted Sep 01 2012 - 10:31 PM

Krika is too mopey. I vote for Miserix. :evilgrin:
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Posted Sep 02 2012 - 12:11 AM

Honestly, who's not going to choose Krika? He was the best Makuta because he was so close to being a good guy. It's unfortunate that the Greg man didn't have the time to really explore his character, and he died before it could be fleshed out. If there was more exploration of his morals in the 2008 books, Time Trap might have been dethroned as best book. I'm just sayin'.

Well, all of the people who are fans of Teridax might. :P I personally really like both, but Teridax does come out on top, simply for his grand schemes, and general awesomeness of his appearances, especially in Time Trap. I do agree Krika might have given Terry a run for his money if he had appeared more prior to dying.Oh, and Antroz was cool too, for having a lot more honor than the average villain, being more Lawful-Evil rather than Chaotic-Evil, as the rest generally were.~B~

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Posted Sep 02 2012 - 12:58 AM

The Makuta. Teridax. One of my single favourite villains of all time. From one of the greatest introductions ever, to what is undoubtedly the worthiest death they could have given to such an epic villain, Teridax made the whole plot that much better.As for the various 2008 Makuta, Krika was an interesting character, but I'm not sure I'd call him my favourite. I think as far as rogue Makuta I preferred the plot of Miserix. I wasn't a huge fan of the Icarax set, but I liked his character. Same applies to Antroz actually. Vamprah was probably my favourite design of the '08 Makuta.
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Posted Sep 02 2012 - 02:24 AM

How ironic: this is topic 6666! :/My fave is easily Teridax for his intelligence and cunning.
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Posted Sep 02 2012 - 04:54 AM

Teridax. Especially during the Metru Nui years. He was a fantastic villain and was a brilliant manipulator.
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Posted Sep 02 2012 - 05:12 AM

Didn't we already have this topic at some point? :P My vote's the same now as it was then: the Makuta. Everybody else go home, Teridax has been maniacally menacing the Matoran since day one. He's evil, and brilliant, and a magnificent sonnuva Doom Viper, and evil. And awesome. Nostalgia due to him being my first and oldest villain may plays a huge factor.
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Posted Sep 02 2012 - 07:24 AM

The Makuta. Teridax. One of my single favourite villains of all time. From one of the greatest introductions ever, to what is undoubtedly the worthiest death they could have given to such an epic villain, Teridax made the whole plot that much better.As for the various 2008 Makuta, Krika was an interesting character, but I'm not sure I'd call him my favourite. I think as far as rogue Makuta I preferred the plot of Miserix. I wasn't a huge fan of the Icarax set, but I liked his character. Same applies to Antroz actually. Vamprah was probably my favourite design of the '08 Makuta.

The Miserix plot wouldn't have existed if it wasn't for Krika. :PTeridax was awesome too, but Krika seemed to have the most rounded character.

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Posted Sep 02 2012 - 08:11 AM

Antroz. He had a sense of honor.
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Posted Sep 02 2012 - 08:18 AM

Bitil, because of he is the most stereotypical Makuta. :P
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Posted Sep 02 2012 - 10:52 AM

Krika. From what little of him that we saw, it was clear that he could have been an incredible character because of his internal conflict. I also dearly wish we could have seen more off the politics among the Makuta, which Krika played a part in (not killing Miserix).
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Posted Sep 02 2012 - 11:26 AM

Honestly, who's not going to choose Krika? He was the best Makuta because he was so close to being a good guy. It's unfortunate that the Greg man didn't have the time to really explore his character, and he died before it could be fleshed out. If there was more exploration of his morals in the 2008 books, Time Trap might have been dethroned as best book. I'm just sayin'.

Another one not choosing Krika here, and I think the first person to say Mutran. I liked the way his work for Teridax was kind of a casual side interest, and mostly he spent time doing what he felt like doing, which was usually making Rahi. In a way, he was more true to the Makuta roots than any of the others, as he continued doing what he was made for.

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Posted Sep 02 2012 - 12:04 PM

Let's see...Krika, of course, had a nicely fleshed-out character that we really should have seen more of. Chirox had possibly the best asthetic of all the Makuta sets, and it matches his deranged personality wonderfully.Teridax was arguably the coolest big bad ever, and about the most successful one you'll ever find in a toy line. Bitil had some pretty well thought-out motivation, what with the huge discrepancy between his massive power and his low-ranking position, which was itself an interesting move story-wise.As for the best overall? I'm not even going to try to choose. My head would probably explode of something."But as long as I'm here, I get to bust heads!"
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Posted Sep 02 2012 - 05:54 PM

Teridax. Just for his pure evil genius.Mutran. Because he was so hilariously demented! :lol:And, yeah, I did feel sorry for Krika. Pretty sad. :(
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Posted Sep 03 2012 - 04:02 AM

For me, it's a tie between Krika and Teridax.Krika was just awesome, and was one of the most story-line-developed Makuta that wasn't Terry.Speak of the devil, Teridax was just incredible. Whenever I think of BIONICLE, Teridax is one of the first characters to come to mind. (p.s. I still hold to my belief that he can still be brought back to life again. I refuse to believe we'll never see him again :P )Posted Image
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Posted Sep 03 2012 - 12:53 PM

Mutran. I'm fond of insane characters. ;) Not to mention he looks awesome!
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Posted Sep 04 2012 - 11:05 PM

Wow, has nobody said Vamprah? Vamprah was so... interesting.And Mutran. He was so cool with his twisted perversion with befouling Rahi. And Krika was a great tragic character. I think, since he wasn't incinerated like the other Makuta, he could ostensibly be brought back, which I would love to see. And, of course, Teridax. He was such a genious, and he got he best death ever: being shot in the head... with a planet.And, I don't know if this counts, but Alternate Teridax is a great man.

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Posted Sep 04 2012 - 11:30 PM

Krika. He was cool, and I felt sorry for him after reading The Final Battle.

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Posted Sep 10 2012 - 06:30 PM

Teridax, just because his "last stand" (which would have been better if it actually was) against the Barraki when he was Maxilos was my favorite scene in all of Bionicle.

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Posted Sep 10 2012 - 07:56 PM

Krika. Teridax was cool, but I kinda liked him more before 2004. He seemed more... Menacing. Krika had the best personality though. He's the type of guy I try to write when I write stories featuring big bads.

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Posted Sep 10 2012 - 10:07 PM

Either Mutran or Krika. Both had unique personalities different from taking over the universe and ruling. Mutran just wanted to experimaent and solve different mysteries that arose, while Krika seemed to only go with the other Makuta because he would get killed if he didn't.
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Posted Sep 13 2012 - 08:53 PM

Frankly, I most liked Krika and Teridax. Krika always seemed very anti-villainous, between being one of the last to side with Teridax in The Mutran Chronicles and trying to foil Teridax's plan in the end. He seemed like the most sympathetic and developed of the Makuta we've seen, as he's given a true personality rather than some bloodthirsty/lightthirsty cliche as seen in Gorast.Teridax was just... possibly the best villain in the series (good thing, too, as he turned out to be behind every single other villain in some way or another). His initial introduction, facing the Toa Mata as a humble Matoran wearing a Hau... of course, it turned out that it wasn't his true form, but the impact of that was pretty staggering. Between that, his backstory as a former defender of Mata Nui, and his ultimate, indomitable Plan... Teridax was by far one of the most interesting Makuta, and later years even gave us some insight into how he thought and why. I don't think anyone can really argue that Teridax is the most famous Makuta for a good reason.
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Posted Sep 13 2012 - 10:15 PM

I'd give a tie between Teridax and Krika. Teridax is simply one of the greatest villains I have ever seen; his cunning, wit, and sheer power ultimately led him to control the entire Matoran universe, and the only thing stopping him from conquering the entire outside universe was his destiny - the one thing he couldn't control. He was ruthless but charismatic, able to lead the seven strongest Makuta to their demise all at once. His fatal flaw was ultimately his pride - he didn't see anyone as a true threat, but rather pawns, and while this led him to control the universe, it led to his undoing three times - first in Metru Nui, where he was embarrassingly defeated by a single novice Toa. Second again in Metru Nui, this time when he was wounded by The Shadowed One and outsmarted by Vakama. Finally, when he chose to eject Mata Nui rather than kill him. He could easily have dominated the world by destroying his enemies, but he would rather have them live and suffer than eliminate them.Krika, on the other hand, may have truly been smarter than Teridax; he knew exactly how the plan would turn out and exactly what it would mean for him and the universe - death. While he (somewhat wisely) realized he wouldn't be able to convince Gali and his fellow Makuta about what he knew he genuinely showed mercy. This alone leads me to headcanon and think he may not have rid himself of all of his moral light, as the other Makuta did - he may have rebelled there as well, keeping a small amount. The potential for Krika was massive and he truly could have changed the course of history, if not for his fatal flaw, his utter loss of hope. Still, he was able to become a well-rounded, developed character in just half of a year.-TN05

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Posted Sep 14 2012 - 12:43 AM

Teridax all the way. Not only was he a villain with all the power, but he had the intellect to back it up.And Spiriah. Except for failing miserably at everything else in life, he did manage to create the Skakdi as we know them. And they are awesome. http://www.bzpower.c...tyle_emoticons/default/cool.png
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Posted Sep 14 2012 - 01:20 AM

I always thought Icarax should have featured in the story a lot more; his simple, brutish methods of conquest contrasted nicely with Teridax's scheming, manipulative ways.
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Posted Sep 14 2012 - 09:20 AM

Can't decide between Krika and Teridax...I mean, I like Krika but Teridax is the Makuta afterall.Set-wise, Antroz is my favourite :PEDIT: Oh dear, this is topic 6666 in the URL link D:

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Posted Sep 16 2012 - 10:19 AM

set Makuta teridax or antroz character bitil
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Posted Sep 16 2012 - 06:19 PM

Hey guys, I have a topic just like this. I don't really know what to do, but I assume that you didn't know. Kaithas, if you're wondering, my favorite is Krika as well. You may find out why under my favorite makuta topic.11/25/12: I realize my favorite Makuta topic no longer exists. I feel really bad for all the people that wanted to know why, assuming there was any. So, here you go: Krika was always my favorite because you couldn't help but feel sorry for him. He was always so sad about his fate, accepting his probable demise. If he had lived through Gorast's attack, maybe he would have changed to the good side. I admired how he tried to save the Universe while talking to Gali.

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Posted Sep 16 2012 - 06:22 PM

Krika! just look at my avatar! The only Makuta that fought with honor and mercy... And looked as awsome as karz.
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Posted Sep 16 2012 - 09:37 PM

Huh, so many people are answering 'Krika', and yet the last topic of this kind Teridax was by far the most popular. Or was that a Favorite Villain topic? Does that mean most of you don't consider Krika a villain?Anyway, this is hard to decide. As a character, I think it's gotta be Teridax, for obvious reasons. If Makuta were real, of course, Krika would be the one I'd be most willing to meet. Icarax was also cool -- as someone else said, he makes a good foil to Teridax. And although he doesn't have his leader's cunning and strategic mind, he defeated the Toa Nuva. Now that's bad-######. (Sorry, but that's the only proper way to put it, and no harm done with the word filter anyway.)
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Posted Oct 13 2012 - 05:22 PM

I have a couple, Antroz, Vamprah, Tridax, and Krika. Although Terry was pretty cool to.
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Posted Oct 13 2012 - 07:42 PM

My favorite makuta is actually Spiriah. I like the kind of character he was. He was a complete bad-######. Too bad he got killed. http://www.bzpower.c...tyle_emoticons/default/sighw.gif

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Posted Oct 13 2012 - 07:50 PM

Krika! just look at my avatar! The only Makuta that fought with honor and mercy... And looked as awsome as karz.

I was wondering what that thing in your avatar was! Yeah, Krika seems to e the one most people can sympathize with.

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Posted Oct 14 2012 - 03:53 PM

Anybody else doing Krika for S&T6? Cause I don't want competition.
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Posted Oct 16 2012 - 12:20 PM

Teridax might have been a good planer but I might have to say Mutran although I didn't really get into makuta that much.What a shame mutran will probably never get to see his little sentient rock again :( . (assuming it was little when he left it there)
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I hate that name. Teridax.The original Makuta in his tohunga form.
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Posted Nov 10 2012 - 10:49 PM

I like both Vamprah and Krika. Others come close but for me they come out on top.
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