Jun 1 2003, 02:43 PM
Kahu Rider 13
Jun 1 2003, 02:49 PM
Actually, the Kolhii sticks are meant to be in the hands already, from the pics that I've seen. But, it would be difficult to play Kolhii, as I don't see what you'd use as a ball.
Maybe you could just use the rock that Pohatu came with, or the Kodan Ball, or any other small ball.
I like the idea of the Matoran sets being able to play Kohlii, as they don't really do much else; and LEGO has told us all the rules of Kohlii in MNOG II.
Nice Idea TARAKU!
Jun 1 2003, 03:32 PM
i think that they are already able to do that, and the little round thing in their koli stick is the new kohlii ball
here are the rules of koli for those who dont know them
Koli balls are not, as commonly thought, hit with the foot. there are special Koli sticks used to hit the ball into the opponents goal. here are the ten rules of Koli:
1. Teams will number more than one but no more than six 2. Teams may include any number of players greater than one, but no team will have more players than any other team. 3. All teams agree to the number of goals to be winner before the first play4. The first team to reach the number of goals agreed is the winner.5. All goals are good goals provided they are not own goals, as own goals are not goals.
6. Each Team is allowed one defender who may carry a shield, but no other player may use that shield 7. All players may carry one Koli staff, and one only!8. Any number of Koli balls may be played, but balls in play must number one less than either the number of teams, or the number of players per team, whichever is the smaller number.9. Any player who strikes another player did not play well - shield and staff strikes are excluded from this rule as these indicate the players are playing well.10. Any player who does not play well brings dishonor to their village.The Koli ball: the koli ball is a rock right? well actually, it's not. looks can be deceiving! Koli balls used to be rocks, but were replaced by lightweight air stone bound with steel. they move faster and don't shatter on impact as easily.
Jun 1 2003, 05:27 PM
By the way the matoran look I think it would be very posable to play. Just less realistic to the MNOLG2 matoran who can bend there sholders and all that.
Jun 1 2003, 06:38 PM
they are rahkshi bodies, just without the shoulder parts, and i will prove this in an upcoming moc - after i get vorahk.and the kohlii sitcks have been there a long time...the matoran don't seem to use their new gear functions more than a few degrees.oh, and please add some punctuation.
Jun 14 2003, 05:57 PM
I just got Takua/Pewku and the kolhii stick kinda works...but I'm really bad at hitting the ball/puck/thing.
Jun 14 2003, 08:38 PM
I think that would be pretty cool if the
Could play koli. Nice theory,TARAKU.
Jun 15 2003, 03:11 PM
the can actually play kohlii, i tried it with mine and it looks sort of real
Jun 15 2003, 04:37 PM
I thought the Matoran gears just turned their heads. but I don;'t have the sets yet.
Er- I would guess you'd use those rocks for Kohli, like they use too. Maybe they will use comits again!
Jun 15 2003, 04:40 PM
I thought they used a huck or something like that, and carry it in their stick. Other Matoran smack it out of the stick and get it, and the sheild is for blocking the opponents sticks from knocking away the puck. Brilliant, no?
Jul 14 2003, 09:36 AM
So MakutaNuva,you're saying that those things on the back of the Kohlii stick are "lightweight air balls" or whatever you called them?Who said this?I have to know more 'cause I've been wondering about those things for ages!
Jul 14 2003, 10:15 AM
I made my own kohlii stick out out a severely taped up toy rake. I attached it to a stick, my brother did the same and I'm trying to convince other on the block to try it too.
I can already play with my brother 1 on 1, oh and one of the kids that I was trying to convince, said it was exactly like lacrosse (did I spell that right).
Exo-Toa of Plastic
Jul 15 2003, 03:20 AM
I have Hewkii, and I can personally vouch for the fact that you can hit the Kolhii puck with the stick. This is actually depicted on the packaging, although it helps if you hold his feet down. I've sent it more than halfway across a 3-foot cubicle desk at work. (It would have gone further, but the cubicle wall got in the way. I also have 4 Rahkshi, and despite some reports to the contrary, the shoulder piece on the Rahkshi is actually quite different from the upper torso piece on the Matoran. There are no large pieces shared between the two designs.
Jul 15 2003, 08:14 AM
|QUOTE (Toa of Plastic @ Jul 15 2003, 03:20 AM)|
| I have Hewkii, and I can personally vouch for the fact that you can hit the Kolhii puck with the stick. This is actually depicted on the packaging, although it helps if you hold his feet down. I've sent it more than halfway across a 3-foot cubicle desk at work. (It would have gone further, but the cubicle wall got in the way. I also have 4 Rahkshi, and despite some reports to the contrary, the shoulder piece on the Rahkshi is actually quite different from the upper torso piece on the Matoran. There are no large pieces shared between the two designs.|
Exactly. And, if you look at the pictures of the matoran on S@H, you can pose them like that, balance the puck in there, and fling it! It's really fun!
Jul 15 2003, 08:21 AM
|QUOTE (one man @ Jun 1 2003, 11:38 PM)|
| they are rahkshi bodies, just without the shoulder parts, and i will prove this in an upcoming moc |
since the shoulder parts aren't removable, they're completely different pieces, just similarly designed.
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