Long before I ever joined Bzpower, A fan-made game called the Metru Nui-Online Game was released in relation with the disk collecting-fad. On the third level of the Ko-Metru Knowledge tower, there is a door with a combination-style lock featuring the various disks in the fad. Inside the door is a Matoran named Alicia, who talks a bit about her invention, and on the walls are about two pages of writing in Matoran script. I've translated them and copied them below. The writing is pretty bad, but if you enjoyed the game you'll probably enjoy reading this.
The Parable of Alicia
We begin our tale in the lofty towers of ko-metru, where a matoran makes a startling discovery.
Alicia examined her invention. An outsider would be confused by the arcane series of pressurized pumps, electrical contacts, and humidifiers, but having built it herself, Alicia understood exactly what parts were what. She had recently loaded seawater protodermis into one end of the machine, and now it had passed through entirely, filling a jar, filling a jar with purified, and more importantly, energetic protodermis. Alicia had done the impossible, she had created a machine that turned seawater into an energy source, her invention would revolutionize the economy of Metru Nui, she merely needed to bring it to mother Angela.
Someone knocked on the door. To Alicia’s surprise, it was someone she recognized.
“Nuparu! What are you doing here?”
Nuparu stepped through the doorway to the crystal room. His eyes gazed quickly around, scanning and searching, finally they stopped on the machine.
“Honey, there are a few things you should know”
Alicia’s eyes narrowed.
“The first is that you can’t give a woman credit where a man deserves it.”
“Second, your invention is merely a copy of-
He was cut off by the sound of smashing glass. His eyes opened wide as he looked beyond Alicia to the window behind her. As he watched, it smashed into a thousand pieces.
“FREEZE! Don’t anybody move”
Standing in the window was the Onu-Matoran advisor. He stood in an airship and pointed a disk launcher directly at Nuparu.
“You are in possession of a machine that turns seawater into protodermis.”
Nuparu wordlessly shook his head and pointed at Alicia, who frowned at him.
“That’s not in the interest of the Onu-Matoran. This machine could ruin our protodermis-based economy. If this were commonplace, we stand to lose hundreds of jobs.”
The advisor said.
“Thus I shall destroy you and the machine.
“Destroy us!” “Does Dume know about this”
Alicia burst out.
The advisor smiled.
He does not need to know.
“But please, maybe we can work something out”
The advisor merely smiled.
“There is no discussion. It was unfortunate that you had to arrive at this time-
“But Please! I’ll leave! I’ll change my name, I’ll get color contacts-
“There’s no need to shame yourself before death, go out like a man, Nuparu.”
The advisor chuckled and clicked the safety off his disk launcher.
But Alicia was not ready to say goodbye. She was slowly backing up to the window, a metal object clasped in her hands. Too late the advisor swung his disk launcher around.
“Freeze!” he yelled, but Alicia had already flung the metal object into a small chute outside of the window.
“What was that?” The advisor demanded.
“A Voice Recorder” She responded smugly.
“It’s currently on its way to mother Angela. She’ll show it to Dume, so unless you want your reputation ruined, I would suggest you both go and get it the-
The advisor stared out the window, frowned, and cursed.
“Don’t think you’ve gotten off altogether.”
“I’ll stop this vile machine some other way.”
He turned back into his Airship. Nuparu, no longer under the eye of the disk launcher, passed out the door, as the airship flew away, Alicia slowly makes her way back to the safety of the lower floor. That had been a close call, she would have to watch out for this advisor in the future, but in the end, she had the last laugh, there had never been any voice recorder.