Jun 26 2002, 04:41 PM
Any body ever wonder how do masks change color... they apear grey and as soon as the mask touch s the toa it changes into that toas mask color... I wonder how it knows what toa picks it up?
(on how I can't explain?
Jun 26 2002, 04:48 PM
the toa have each got indevidual heads and the mask responds to how the mouth is shaped so it just changes to that color?
Jun 26 2002, 04:52 PM
Each Toa's color comes from their element. The mask might change color in response to the element somehow flowing into it. Or maybe I just need to get a life.
TheBlindMan2, glad your avatar is back. I missed your smiling face.
Jun 26 2002, 05:17 PM
Um BlindMan2 thats not posable..(neatheris my spelling) All the Toa "mouths" are shaped the same way...
Jun 26 2002, 09:53 PM
I think that the Kanohi, though not alive, react to the feeling of their power being used and to the power and element of the TOA.
Or maybe I'm just wacky.
Jun 27 2002, 09:56 AM
But hey wouldn't have time to use it ... because THE SECOND the mask reachs the head it turns that toa's color
I don't get it?
Jun 27 2002, 10:05 AM
I think i have an 'scientific explanation':
The masks are made of protodermis, hence the gray color. As the toa progress in their quest, they get new masks. There must be masks for the certain toa. So sometimes the toa will pass a mask, but when the toa knows it is his(or her) mask, he picks it up and puts it on. The protodermis reacts, hence the color. So i think that was pretty good of an explanation...
Jun 27 2002, 10:09 AM
When the masks are grey, they're not working (the miru doesnt float in midair)
but when on a toa, they spring into action super quick. The Toa are semimechanical right? The mask analyzes their body and element and changes to their colour in a fraction of a second.
Jun 27 2002, 11:01 AM
|Quote (burningFlameSword @ June 26 2002, 4:17)|
|Um BlindMan2 thats not posable..(neatheris my spelling) All the Toa "mouths" are shaped the same way...|
im saying in the story dumbnut j/k
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