Kahu Rider 13
Feb 17 2003, 07:03 AM
Why is the Earth element's large collectible's name always changed? Take a look at this:
Rahkshi: Kurahk (sp?)
All the others stay the same or similar; yet Earth's changes entirely. Why is this?
Feb 17 2003, 07:14 AM
All the other names have consonants first, then vowels. Onua's doesn't. Does 'Onuhvok' sound very good?
Kahu Rider 13
Feb 17 2003, 07:25 AM
Maybe not, but 'Onvhok' would sound a bit better. But the Rahkshi could at least be called Nurahk, as that sounds good.
Feb 17 2003, 09:02 AM
Well, not entirely changed. Onua is the root. Nu and Onu are the pre-fixes. Both are similar, both come from the root word. But Vorahk, as you said, is weird. But it sounds better than Nurahk, or Onurahk. Maybe there's a future storyline explanation?
BTW, it's Guurahk, not Gurahk.
Feb 17 2003, 09:05 AM
EDIT: Whoops, Double Post. Sorry. Plz delete. Stupid computer!!!
Kanohi of Indescribable Power
Feb 17 2003, 10:14 AM
I always though of it as strange, but when it comes down to it I'm happy that they change the name a little. There is always so many similarities between names that this adds a little variety.
Trogdor: The Burninator.
Feb 17 2003, 10:35 AM
so you can tell what color they are by their names........
Feb 17 2003, 06:30 PM
I don't know why Lego did that. Maybe they did it because every time they found a name that they liked better.
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