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  1. Hi, guys! I know that Bionicle had ended two years ago sadly, but let’s be happy about Bionicle for something else. You see, this year, 2018, is the 10th anniversary of Bionicle’s 2008 storyline, which involved the Toa Nuva fighting against the Brotherhood of Makuta in Karda Nui, which is the heart of the Matoran Universe, where they will reawaken Mata Nui. I know that this year doesn't have anything Bionicle-related (well, there is this set piece that has the picture of the island of Mata Nui with its name in Matoran, and the piece is in that new The Lego Ninjago Movie set with the docks in this year, and there is an article talking about The Legend of Mata Nui computer game recently), but let’s celebrate the 10th anniversary of the 2008 storyline. That would enlighten you more. Let me tell you the 2008 storyline: The storyline started when a group of three bat-like Makuta, the Makuta of Metru Nui’s evil species who form an organization called the Brotherhood of Makuta, Antroz, the field leader of the Brotherhood of Makuta, Vamprah, the silent one, and Chirox, a scientist who fights dirty, attacking a place called Karda Nui, in a bunch of villages inhabited by a type of Matoran called the Av-Matoran, the Matoran of Light and the very type that Takua from 2001-2003 belonged to. The Makuta did this because they want to prevent them from becoming Toa of Light, so they use pods called Tridax Pods, which unleash mutated Kraata called Shadow Leeches, to turn the Matoran into a new type of Matoran called Shadow Matoran, which are evil and shoot Shadow powers. The Av-Matoran shoot light, and they can change color. During the attack, the Makuta noticed Matoro from 2007, who was using the Kanohi Ignika, aka the Mask of Life, to revive the Great Spirit Mata Nui, who was dying, the Makuta went to get there, but when Matoro sacrificed his life to use the mask, this created a flash of light so bright that that blinded the Makuta nearby. The Makuta can’t see because of that. The Av-Matoran are trying to defend themselves from the Makuta’s attack, but they are losing. However, the Toa Nuva from 2001-2003, who are given magical armor called the Adaptive Armor by Artakha, are sent by him to Karda Nui to continue completing their mission to reawaken the Great Spirit Mata Nui. When they arrived, they notice the battle, so they help the Matoran fight against the Makuta. The Toa Nuva start remembering their lives as the Toa Mata in Karda Nui, but they can’t remember more. When the Toa learned that after Matoro used the mask, it fell into a swamp below Karda Nui called the Swamp of Secrets, the Toa decide to split up into two teams of three to get things done. The first team is Kopaka, the leader in there, Lewa, and Pohatu, while the other team is Tahu, the leader in there, Gali, and Onua. Kopaka’s team will protect the Matoran from the Makuta while the other team will go to the Swamp to get the Mask. The first team of Toa Nuva and the Makuta that they are fighting are called Phantoka, which is Matoran for “spirits of the sky”. Each of the Toa is teamed up with an Av-Matoran with the same color as the Toa does, as the Av-Maotran can combine with the Toa by attaching his body to the Toa’s back, like a piggy back ride. This allows the Av-Matoran to have an extra light-based power, and the Toa can read the Matoran’s memories. Kopaka teamed up with Solek, who likes to learn about the Toa Mata when the Toa were on Karda Nui in the past and was best friends with Takua. Lewa teamed up with Tanma, who is the leader of the Av-Matoran. Pohatu teamed up with Photok, who is brave. The Toa’s armor adapted to Karda Nui’s skies, as the armor gave them aircraft-based equipment that can make them fly like aircrafts. Plus, each of the Toa has a new weapon that they called a Midak Skyblaster, which can shoot powerful spheres of light. Each of the Makuta, who can fly because they are based on bats also is teamed up with a Shadow Matoran with the same color as the Makuta does, as the Shadow Matoran can combine with the Makuta by attaching his body to the Makuta’s back, like a piggy back ride. This allows the Shadow Matoran to have an extra Shadow-based power, and the Makuta can read the Matoran’s memories. Also, since the Makuta are blinded, they use the Matoran as their second eyes. The Matoran are mutated by their fellow Makuta named Mutran, who is a crazy scientist who created the Shadow Leeches, to look like monsters. Antroz teamed up with Radiak, who was close friends with Photok when he was an Av-Matoran and is mutated to be four-legged, like an animal. Vamprah teamed up with Gavla, who didn’t have any friends when she was an Av-Matoran and is the Av-Matoran to become a Shadow Matoran. Chirox teamed up with Kirop, who was the leader of the Av-Matoran when he was one of them and when he became a Shadow Matoran, Tanma took his place as the new leader of the Av-Matoran. Mutran also teamed up with a Shadow Matoran named Vican, who was a Le-Matoran and is his assistant. Vican can combine with Mutran, but he doesn’t get extra powers because he was never an Av-Matoran. Meanwhile, the Mask of Life is in the Swamp, and, as it has a mind of its own, is thinking about Matoro’s heroism, which inspired the mask to become a Toa like him. The Mask used microorganisms in the Swamp to grow a Toa-like body, weapons, and a flying board-like vehicle called the Skyboard and then called itself Toa Ignika and a “he” to honor Matoro and some Toa guy before him, who is a male, too. Toa Ignika flew out of the Swamp to help the Phantoka Toa while the Mask is silver. So, the battle between the Phantoka groups begins. Toa Ignika helps the Toa during the battle. Toa Ignika doesn’t know how to talk, but the Toa and Makuta later on discover that Toa Ignika is wearing the Mask of Life. The Toa wants to destroy a place called the Shadow Leech Hive, where the Shadow Leeches are made, and Toa Ignika is able to do it for them. The Makuta sent Vican to summon another fellow Makuta named Makuta Icarax, the very Makuta who was in a serial called Toa Nuva Blog in 2007 and wears the Makuta of Metru Nui’s mask called the Kanohi Kraakhan, aka the Mask of Shadows, to help them win the fight. All of the Makuta have Tridax Pods contains in their rib cages, and drop them to unleash their Shadow Leeches, like atomic bombs. Toa Ignika devolves Icarax from a being who is made of a substance called Antidermis in gaseous form to his original bio-mechanical form, hurting Icarax. Meanwhile, Tahu’s group are traveling through the Swamp to find the Mask of Life. Along the way, they get attacked by another group of three Makuta who are based on swamp insects. These Makuta are mutated by the swamp’s magical waters called the Pit Mutagen, which made them lost some of their powers, including shape-shifting. These Makuta Krika, the four-legged cricket-based leader of the group who needs heat to survive, Gorast, the four-armed mosquito-based Makuta with a fierce temper who needs someone’s inner Light to survive, and Bitil, the ambitious beetle-based Makuta. Both groups are called Mistika, which is Matoran for “spirits of the mist”. Each member of the groups is armed with a gun called the Nynrah Ghost Blaster. The Mistika Toa’s armor gave them small jet-based equipment to fly while the Makuta can fly. The Makuta’s Blasters can control any mechanical being or object while the Toa’s can create constructs made of mental energy. Later on, the Phantoka Toa are reunited with the Mistika ones while the Phantoka Makuta are reunited with the Mistika ones to continue their fight. Before the reunions happened, the Toa Nuva discovered and collected six keystones that tell instructions on how to reawaken Mata Nui when they are put together, like puzzle pieces. The Phantoka Toa got three of them in the villages while the Mistika Toa got the other three in the swamps. Before Icarax went to Karda Nui, he used a Shadow Leech that was meant to turn a Matoran in Metru Nui named Ahkomu, but the Leech went to turn Takanuva, the Toa of Light from the 2003 storyline, evil instead. The Leech tried to turn Takanuva evil, but it only sucked up half of Takanuva’s inner Light because Takanuva stopped the Leech by hardly destroying it. Takanuva has the power of Light and the power of Shadow, and his gold armor turned dark gray. The power of Shadow also makes Takanuva angry and want to hurt his enemies a lot or kill them. He was found by three members of the Order of Mata Nui, Helryx, a Toa of Water who is the leader and the first Toa, Krakua, the Toa of Sonics, and Brutaka, from 2006 and 2007. Helryx told Takanuva about the Toa Mata’s origins and to go find and warn the Toa Nuva that if they reawaken Mata Nui, Karda Nui would have magical storms called the Energy Storms that can destroy everything in the place. Brutaka used his Mask of Dimensional Gates to try to take him there, but the mask is damaged from the Pit Mutagen, so it took Takanuva to a pocket dimension before he end up in two other alternate dimensions before he can arrive to Karda Nui. During the journey, his magical staff got replaced by a magical lance that can use and increase his Light powers, and then he got a thing called a Virus that can make him fly for some time before it will wear off. He finally went to Karda Nui, and when he got there, the place grew him Hulk-sized, as it also grew the Av-Matoran in there bigger. During the Toa Nuva’s battle, Krika kidnaps Gali and told her to get out of Karda Nui before it is too late before Takanuva saves her from him. Takanuva reunites with the Toa Nuva and helps them fight the Makuta. He warns them about the Energy Storms. Meanwhile, Toa Ignika is guarding Icarax since Icarax was weakened by the devolving. However, Icarax tells Toa Ignika that the Mask of Life is doing a countdown that will destroy all life in the Matoran Universe, which is why the Mask is silver. This causes Toa Ignika to go to and warn the Toa Nuva about the countdown. Toa Ignika learned how to talk, so he is able. Plus, he tells them that he isn’t just wearing the Mask of Life and he is the Mask itself. The Toa go to a dome-like building in the Swamp called the Codrex, where they will reawaken Mata Nui, but they fight the Makuta who were guarding it first. The Toa use the Keystones to unlock the entrance of the Codrex to get inside, but Antroz follows them. The Toa Nuva start remembering the place from their past, bringing back their lost memories, and then they find three flying vehicles, the Rockoh T3, Jetrax T6, and the Axalara T9. Pohatu chooses to drive the Rockoh, Kopaka Jetrax, and Lewa Axalara, but Antroz stole the Jetrax, so Lewa and Pohatu use their vehicles to fight Antroz to get the Jetrax back. Takanuva wants to cure the Shadow Matoran and himself while fighting the Makuta. Meanwhile, Icarax makes an alliance with Krika to go rogue on the Brotherhood in order to ruin their leader’s plan by destroying the Codrex, so Icarax will become the new leader of the Brotherhood. However, Gorast and Vamprah stop Icarax by disrupting his teleporting power to turn him into atoms, killing him. Mutran makes a new Rahi called a Klakk, which can create sonic blasts to attack, but this creature escapes after that. It uses its powers to cure Vican back to being a Le-Matoran. Vican no longer serves the Makuta, so he decides to help the good guys by telling Takanuva about it. Takanuva uses the Klakk to cure all of the Shadow Matoran in Karda Nui back to being Av-Matoran and himself back to being the Toa of Light. He also warns them to leave Karda Nui because of the Energy Storms, and Krika becomes aware of this. Kopaka gets the Jetrax back because Antroz left it. Krika tries to warn his fellow Makuta about the Energy Storms, but Gorast doesn’t listen and kills him instead while going crazy. Meanwhile, after the Toa Mistika read the instructions in the Keystones, they plan to have Toa Ignika reawaken Mata Nui in the Codrex, but Toa Ignika refuses because it could mean sacrificing his body to do this. However, they convince him to do this for the good of the Matoran Universe, so Toa Ignika agrees, as he sacrifices his body to go back to being a mask and reawakens Mata Nui. The mask returns to gold, as the countdown is cancelled because the reawakening causes the Matoran Universe to be balanced again. This also causes the Energy Storms. The Toa use the vehicles to get out of Karda Nui. The remaining Makuta can’t get out of there, so they get killed over there, as they feel betrayed by their leader, who sent them there in the first place. The Toa returned to Metru Nui, and then they are honored by Metru Nui’s people for completing their mission finally. Meanwhile, it is revealed that the Matoran Universe is inside a 40-million-foot-tall robot, which is Mata Nui himself. He rises from the ocean where the ruined island of Mata Nui was before his face destroyed it. He is reawakened finally after 1,001 years of sleep caused by the Makuta of Metru Nui in the 2004 storyline, and the reawakening was the very goal that the Toa Nuva has been doing since the 2001 storyline, the very beginning of Bionicle 2001-2010. However, things are not looking good. The stars above Metru Nui form a constellation that shapes like the Mask of Shadows, as the Makuta of Metru Nui, whose real name is Makuta Teridax, takes over Mata Nui’s body and the Matoran Universe by getting Mata Nui’s spirit out of the body, and then Makuta put the spirit into the Mask of Life before he banishes both of them out of the Matoran Universe and into outer space. So, Teridax’s tyranny begins, as his plan to take over the Matoran Universe is completed. The good-hearted people in the Matoran Universe have to work together to rebel against Teridax. Meanwhile, the Mask of Life is in outer space while the people have Mata Nui’s words in their heads: “I will return.” The End of the 2008 storyline, and the 2009 storyline begins as Mata Nui ends up in a new planet. To celebrate, let me ask you this: What are your fond memories about the storyline and/or what do you like about it? For me, I like the canister sets. They look awesome! I like the Toa Nuva’s new looks and weapons, even though that their color schemes are sort of off. I get that the Phantoka Toa have a gray secondary color and the Mistika ones have a silver secondary color to show that their armor adapts to certain environment, but where’s their original secondary colors from 2001-2002? Doesn’t feel classic sort of. Also, why all of the Toa’s eye colors green? That doesn’t feel classic, either. I like the new mask shapes, but they don’t look classic either. Plus, Gali’s mask with the waffle eye looks a little weird, Kopaka’s eye scope is switched from right eye to left eye for some reason, and Pohatu’s mask looks like the Mask of Time. Plus, why the red axle pieces in the Mistika Toa’s masks? Is that necessary? However, I do like the visors and the red piece on Kopaka’s Mask. I love Kopaka’s wings and blade with the laser targeting piece, Lewa’s jets and sword, Pohatu’s propellor weapons, Tahu’s Rotating Blades, Gali’s targeting piece, Onua’s black piece with the laser targeting system and shield, and the Mistika Toa’s little rockets and weapons. Love the designs on them, too. It’s cool that you can use Pohatu’s propellers to snap like a crab and turn them like propellers. Pohatu’s arms are a bit weird because of how they are bent. Pohatu is orange in the storyline instead of brown. It’s weird that half of the Toa Nuva only use blasters as their primary weapons rather than secondary ones. The Midak Skyblasters are awesome because they are cannons that contain four Zamor Spheres. Now, the Makuta. They look awesome as well, and they look scary as they look evil. I like that the Phantoka Makuta look like bats while the Mistika ones look like swamp insects. I love the feature on the Phantoka Makuta where you push their rib cages to release the Tridax Pods to unleash the Shadow Leeches inside of them. I always love the wing pieces. Vamprah looks kind of weird because he is four-legged. I mean, he has no feet. I like that Chirox has double-jointed arms that fold and extend. I get that the Mistika Makuta wear masks that can be worn differently from the Phantoka ones’ because the Mistika Makuta are mutated, but they look a little weird. Plus, I see that Mistika Makuta has short non-bendable limbs, which is silly and weird. Krika has the same problem as Vamprah’s because of being four-legged. I like that Gorast has four arms, and I like Krika’s spikes and chest piece, Gorast’s claws and wings, and Bitil’s swords and wings. The Nynrah Ghost Blasters from the Mistika sets in general are alright, but they are hard to shoot. Now, for the small sets. They are the Phantoka Toa’s Av-Matoran partners, Solek, Tanma, and Photok, and the Phantoka Makuta’s partners, Radiak, Gavla, and Kirop. These guys have new pieces, which are the one-piece limbs, one-piece torsos, new transparent heads, new masks, Av-Matoran’s one-piece jet packs, Shadow Matoran’s one-piece pairs of bat-like wings, bat-like wings, and new clawed feet for Gavla and Kirop that look like the Piraka’s from 2006, but are two-toed. I like the use of the blades. I see that Radiak is four-legged, which is weird. I like the jet packs, wings, masks, and limbs the most. Plus, they can combine with their Phantoka counterparts by connecting their bodies to the Phantoka counterparts’ backs like a piggy back ride. Perfect for storage. Plus, you can combine the Matoran with the Mistika sets, but I would love that the Mistika sets have their own Matoran for matching colors. I mean, I would like to Tahu having a red Av-Matoran, Gali a blue one, Onua a black one, Krika a white Shadow Matoran, Gorast a green one, and Bitil a yellow one. Just to make things even with the Phantoka sets. Now for the large sets. They look awesome, too! The Toa Ignika set has the Mask of Life, which is by itself rather than being fused with Vezon’s head from 2006. It looks like itself the Ghost Animations videos in 2007, but silver rather than gold. I love Toa Ignika’s sword, spikes, and the Skyboard. He looks kind of like the Silver Surfer from Marvel. The Mutran and Vican set is neat because it contains a canister-set-sized Makuta and a Shadow Matoran, who you can combine. Mutran looks cool, and I love his claws and weapons. I like Vican’s claws, too. The Makuta Icarax set looks awesome, and I love that he has the Mask of Shadows. I also love his claws, sword, shield, and wings, though I find his right arm weird. That Hulk-sized dude looks like that can take on two Toa. Takanuva is a very tall dude! I love his new lance and version of the Mask of Light, and I like the light and dark contrast on him. He looks a little scary with the version of the mask, but alright. He looks like that he can take on two Makuta. I love that each Toa has a certain Makuta to fight against because they have similarities. Tahu vs. either Krika or Antroz because Krika is the leader of the Mistika Makuta while Antroz is the red leader of both thr Phantoka and Mistika Makuta, Gali vs. either Gorast or Vamprah, Onua vs. either Bitil or Chirox, Kopaka and Solek vs. either Antroz and Radiak or Krika, Lewa and Tanma vs. either Vamprah and Gavla or Gorast, Pohatu and Photok vs. either Chirox and Kirop or Bitil, Toa Ignika vs. Mutran and Vican, and Takanuva vs. Makuta Icarax. Anyway, we have the vehicle sets for the first time, and they include canister-sized figures and Matoran to drive them. They replaced the playsets in 2005-2007. The Rockoh T3 looks neat, as I like the folding-down feature in the front wings, other wings and that Zamor Launcher, even though it is a version of the Midak Skyblaster in the story. The Jetrax looks cool, as I also love the folding-wing function, blades and the fact that it has three Midak Skyblasters. The pilot version of Antroz in there looks pretty neat. There is a special edition version of the Jetrax that represents the vehicle being supercharged and where its Mistika shield pieces and blue pieces are replaced with yellow ones. That’s very neat. The Axalara T9 looks awesome, as I love the function where you reveal the Midak Skyblasters from the front and the arms that fold up. That thing is massive! I love the new visors with wings on Pohatu and Lewa, and it’s neat to see Pohatu’s arms with hands when he isn’t holding his propellers. We have two vehicle sets that are based on characters that aren’t too involved with the story, and they are Vultraz and Mazeka. Each of the pilots are Matoran. Vultraz is a Shadow Matoran who was once a Ta-Matoran and uses a winged vehicle with a Midak Skyblaster the fire Shadow bolts. Mazeka is a Ko-Matoran who uses a walking turret that has a Zamor Launcher. Vultraz looks menacing, and I like his vehicle. Mazeka’s vehicle is awesome, and I like the gun part and the legs. I wish those Matoran come with weapons, though. Finally, we have the Klakk. It looks adorable! I like its claws and wings, and those rocket things on its head to represent its power to create sonic blasts. The Phantoka Makuta’s, Mutran’s and Icarax’s torso pieces look neat, but they make their heads wobbly. I love the blended masks on the Makuta and the Shadow Matoran. They’re neat. Next, the combo models. Spiriah is a mix of Lewa, Phantoka Antroz, Tanma, and Radiak. He looks cool. He looks like Antroz with Lewa’s legs. I like his tail, Midak Skyblaster, and claws. That little Matoran-like guy on his back looks weird (that’s not canon), and Spiriah’s hands look a little weird. The Niazesk is a mix of Pohatu, Vamprah, and Toa Ignika. They look very cool. I like how they look like insects. Love the four arms and the stinger. Funny that its wings look like a jet’s wings, but alright. Its feet look kind of weird, though. Each of the Mistika groups have a combiner of the whole group. The Mistika Toa’s combiner is Trinuma (Tahu+Gali+Onua). He looks like a Toa, but with horns and is a little taller. He looks cool. The Mistika Makuta’s combined is the Swamp Stalker (Krika+Gorast+Bitil). It looks like a crocodile or an alligator. It looks very cool, and I like the spikes. There is an alternate model for the Jetrax, and that is the Destral Cycle, which looks like a motorcycle. That looks very cool, and I like that it has three wheels. I wish there are more combiners, and ones for other small and canister sets, Mutran and Vican, Makuta Icarax, and Takanuva. Plus, I wish the Rockoh and Axalara could have their own alternative models. For the sets overall, well, I think the lime green is used a lot. There are much more Midak Skyblasters than Nynrah Ghost Blasters. Mazeka looks too much like a big Av-Matoran. I wish Teridax could have his own 2008 set. Plus, I wish there are set packs where there are extra pieces that make Mistika versions of Kopaka, Lewa, and Pohatu, Phantoka versions of Tahu, Gali, and Onua, packs with pilot versions of Tahu, Gali, Onua, and Kopaka, so they can ride the Codrex vehicles, and a pack with gold pieces that can replace Takanuva’s dark gray pieces. As for the story and media, I think it was very great. It was told through three Bionicle Legends chapter books, a young reader’s book called Takanuva’s Journey, four comic books, a Phantoka video, a Mistika one, which is segmented, six online serials, an online story called The Kingdom that you had to unlock with a code, and a blog called Takanuva’s in the Bionicle website. I love the Makuta because they are awesome villains who good character development. It’s reasonable for the Toa to fight these guys because they are weaker than Teridax. Antroz is a clever guy. Mutran is a smart fellow, though he could do more fighting. I feel for Vican for working with Mutran when Mutran is crazy because Mutran usually threatens him. Good thing that Vican got cured back into a Le-Matoran, even though that I feel bad that he feels bad about his bad actions. Funny that Mutran unintentionally cured the Shadow Matoran by creating the Klakk. Lol. The irony. Icarax is awesome, as he is a tough fighter who wants to cause destruction. It’s interesting that we get to see the Av-Matoran, the Matoran of Light, and the Shadow Matoran, the Matoran of Shadow, as well as a Toa of Shadow sort of. I love that the Toa Nuva and Takanuva are back because we haven’t seen them for five years, and they are the first main protagonists of Bionicle 2001-2010. It’s cool that the Toa got the Adaptive Armor (well, they didn’t turn into stronger forms this time, but alright. At least, the Toa Nuva have bendable limbs in their sets). It’s interesting that Takanuva became a Toa of Light and Shadow, and he had anger issues from his Shadow side. Plus, he felt bad that he witness some of his Light kind being corrupted into Shadow Matoran. Poor guy, and it’s sad to see the Matoran turning evil, and the remain Av-Matoran losing their friends because of this. But, the Shadow Matoran got cured. That’s good. Takanuva did learn about where he truly belonged to before he ended up in Metru Nui for the first time as Takua. It’s like Superman from DC Comics discovering his heritage from Krypton when he became a man. It’s cool that the Av-Matoran and Shadow Matoran can blast elemental powers, even through their weapons. I feel bad for Gavla for not having friends. Why not make friends with her fellow Av-Matoran and Matoran in Metru Nui (that’s where Karda Nui’s Av-Matoran are)? I mean, there are a lot of good people who would welcome her. It’s scary that after the Toa have accomplished their mission, the Energy Storms happened. I feel bad for the beings who were in Karda Nui and got killed by the Storms. Plus, Teridax won by taking over the Matoran Universe when the Toa saved the day. That’s harsh, unfair, and very sad. It’s interesting that the Swamp has the Pit Mutagen. It’s awesome that the Mask of Life gave itself a body, but it’s too bad that it had to give it up, but it’s for the greater good, like how Matoro sacrificed his life to revive Mata Nui. The Makuta are like the Piraka and Barraki by being mean independent-minded villains with unique personalities, and how Icarax and Krika went against their brethren is like that, too. Krika isn’t completely a bad guy, as he is a soft guy who wants to make sure everything doesn’t go bad, even if it means going against Teridax’s immoral orders. I mean, he’s trying to help a little, but Gorast killed him. Poor guy. He’s not as bad as the other Makuta. I find the Makuta’s death by the Energy Storms a weird way to end the Final Battle. I like the Toa Nuva because they are awesome, Tahu got matured in the storyline, and the Toa talking about some things here and there. It’s very cool that we got to learn about their forgotten origins. I also love Takanuva and Toa Ignika because they are awesome and have very good character development. It’s awesome the Toa and Makuta can combine with the Av-Matoran and Shadow Matoran and use the Codrex’s vehicles (well, the Jetrax needs more information about itself, though, like does it has a T6 engine?). The Jetrax being supercharged by the magic Crystal is amazing. Plus, I love that Takanuva became Hulk-sized and got some new weapons. It’s too bad that the Toa Nuva didn’t combine into their Toa Kaita this time (I know that the Makuta can dissolve the fusions, though, but it would have been awesome to see the Kaita again.). I also wish there are instructions on how to make them as set combiners. I’m happy that the Toa finally reawakened Mata Nui, but it’s sad that Teridax won and exiled Mata Nui and the Mask of Life to outer space. Poor Mata Nui. This is one of the saddest and darkest moments in Bionicle history (crying in tears of sadness). I mean, the Toa worked so hard to help Mata Nui and their people, but Teridax ruined everything. Plus, Teridax is so mean to his kind by killing them. What a conniving and selfish jerk. It’s quite unbelievably amazing that Mata Nui is actually a 40-million-foot-tall god-like robot who contained the Matoran Universe. Can you believe that?! He’s the size of a planet! This is like one of the most epic moments in the history of Bionicle. It’s sad to see the island of Mata Nui getting destroyed in order for the Great Spirit Mata Nui to rise again. I miss it. Anyway, Teridax taking over Mata Nui’s body is phenomenally crazy and bad, and that’s one of the worst and craziest things that Teridax has done. Now the people in the Matoran Universe are in great trouble. Uh oh! The online serials are good. They are: 1. The Mutran Chronicles - Mutran talking about the history of the Brotherhood of Makuta. 2. The Federation of Fear, where Brutaka starts working for the Order of Mata Nui again and works with six bad guys, Vezon, Takadox, Carapar, Roodaka, Spiriah, and later on Lariska to go find the Brotherhood’s former leader named Makuta Miserix. 3. Dark Mirror - a podcast. Takanuva ending up in an alternate dimension where there is an empire of evil Toa led by Toa Tuyet. 4. Destiny War - the Order of Mata Nui having a War with the Brotherhood of Makuta. 5. Dwellers in Darkness - the Toa Hagah go to find Makuta Teridax. Meanwhile, the Toa Mahri are getting involved with the war. 6. Brothers in Arms - Mazeka’s adventures to go find and fight against Vultraz to stop him from doing evil things and do justice on him. Mazeka and Vultraz are like Batman and Joker from DC Comics in terms of being archenemies, and Vultraz is like Carnage from Marvel for how crazy and murderous he is as much as the Joker. I like the character development on the main characters, as we get to learn more about them, both characters from past storylines and this one. These include the Brotherhood, the Order, the Dark Hunters, Voporak, Tren Krom, the Toa Hagah, Krakua, Mazeka, and Vultraz. We encountered some weird moments here and there, like Vezon being fused with a mask called the Kanohi Olmak, Takanuva travelling hopping from one alternate dimension to another, and Vultraz being trapped in an alternate dimension and Mazeka coming with an alternate version of Teridax back to his dimension. We witnessed a lot of deaths, such as Carapar, Spiriah, Makuta Tridax, the very guy who created the Tridax Pods with Mutran, Botar, and Ancient. I wish that Mazeka and Vultraz could’ve gotten more involved with the Toa Nuva’s adventures in Karda Nui. Mazeka would have helped the Toa Nuva and their allies while Mazeka with the Makuta and their allies in Karda Nui. I mean, they are sets, so why not do that? The book, Takanuva’s Journey is good. It’s about Takanuva helping out a big creature in an alternative dimension. The online story, The Kingdom, is very good. It is about Takanuva helping out Matoro in an alternate dimension where Matoro failed to save the Matoran Universe. The blog, Takanuva’s blog, is good, too. It’s about Takanuva’s first-person perspective after he arrived in Karda Nui to help the Toa Nuva and until the 2008 storyline ended. It’s neat to hear from Takanuva’s thoughts. The Phantoka and Mistika videos are neat. Love the graphics by Ghost Animations, who made much more in the past, including the Barraki and Toa Mahri ones in 2007. The Mistika one is a fun one because it is segmented in the Bionicle website, where you wait for one of its segmented chronologically every three to four weeks, with those countdowns. Then, there is this picture of a desert, and after the countdown to that ended, it is revealed to be a teaser for the 2009 storyline (Bara Magna). There are a video that summarizes Bionicle’s 2001-2007 storylines. Very cool and nostalgic. There are two music videos. One for the Phantoka sets called “Gravity Hurts” by Cryoshell, the very band who made a couple of songs for the 2007 storyline. The other music video for the Mistika sets is called “Closer to the Truth” by Cryoshell. These are awesome! There are two primary online games to promote the storyline, and they are Phantoka one where you have to wait for mini-games every month and the Mistika one where you can make your own levels. They are fun, though they could do more stuff, like adding Mutran, Vican, Icarax, and make some of the characters playable in more parts. Each of the game has this competing thing where which side, the Toa (blue) or the Makuta (red), is winning. It was quite endless. Plus, the Phantoka game gives you codes that give you more power and pictures of concept art for the Phantoka sets. There are other smaller online games, but these don’t do much here and there. Weird things. I once made an instruction booklet on how to play the Phantoka game in summer 2008 and had my summer camp class read it because I love the game. There is a website where you can make videos based on Bionicle 2001-2008 and then send them to your friends. That’s very cool. I did that for my friends, and they loved it. I like the light-vs.-dark theme, war theme, and flying theme of the storyline. They are extremely cool. It’s like the Mask of Light storyline in late 2003 all over again is some ways. I think of it as a great way to celebrate the late 2003 storyline’s 5th anniversary. The year 2008 is also the year when the graphic novels are created and had been running until 2010. The Midak Skyblasters and the Mistika shields are used in Bionicle 2009 and Hero Factory 2010-2011. Lots of stuff in the 2008 storyline, I tell you. Lots of stuff. I’m sorry that I said a lot, but I am celebrating the 2008 storyline’s 10th anniversary that way. Anyway, the 2008 storyline is one of my favorite storylines. So, guys, what are your fond memories of the storyline, what do you like about it, what’s your favorite 2008 set, favorite character(s) in 2008, favorite moment in the storyline, what things remind you of the 2008 storyline, and/or how would you celebrate it? For me, well, my favorite sets are Tahu, Lewa, Kopaka, Pohatu, Antroz, Chirox, Gorast, Bitil, Mutran and Vican, Takanuva, Toa Ignika, Icarax, and the Axalara T9, and my favorite characters are Tahu, Onua, Kopaka, Lewa (always a funny guy), Pohatu, Antroz, Mutran, Icarax, Toa Ignika, and Takanuva. The things that remind me are: 1. Avengers: Infinity War in this year - Thanos and the Black Order kind of remind me of Teridax and the Brotherhood of Makuta. Plus, there is a big war between the good organization and the evil organization. Also, how Thanos won is kind of like how Teridax won. 2. The Brotherhood of Evil from DC Comics - the Brotherhood of Makuta remind me of the Brotherhood of Evil. 3. The Dark Knight in 2008 - when I think of Batman fighting the bad guys, I think of the Phantoka Makuta 4. Ninjago in 2018 - how Lord Garmadon won while he made good guys disappear to another world reminds me of how Teridax won and banished Mata Nui and the Mask of Life to outer space. Plus, both of the storylines involve good-hearted people forming rebellions against the tyrants alone for now. Plus, the Oni are like the Makuta. 5. Nexo Knights in 2017 - how the Stone Colossus of Ultimate Destruction Rios’s from a mountain is like how the Great Spirit Mata Nui rose from the island of Mata Nui. 6. Iron Man from Marvel - the Toa Nuva’s new armor is sort of like Iron Man’s for how they can adapt to situations. 7. Superman from DC Comics - how Takanuva and the Toa Nuva are learning about their origins reminds me of Superman for how he learned that he was from Krypton when he became a man. 8. Doctor Octopus from Ultimate Spider-Man TV show in 2012 - how Doctor Octopus like to mutate beings to do his evil purposes is like Mutran. 9. Suicide Squad in 2016 - that team bad guys remind me of Federation of Fear. 10. Batman and the Joker from DC Comics - how Mazeka and Vultraz are archenemies remind me of Batman and the Joker because Mazeka wants to do justice on Vultraz, who is insane and murderous. 11. Carnage from Marvel - Vultraz reminds me of Carnage because he is a red villain who has a weird condition and wants to kill people. 12. Bionicle 2016 - the Toa Uniters combining with the Elemental Creatures is like how the Toa Nuva and Makuta combine with their Matoran partners. 13. Hero Factory - the Heroes always wear armor that adapt to certain situations, the Legion of Darkness is sort of like the Brotherhood of Makuta, Jetbug is like Bitil, Waspix and Thornraxx are like Gorast, and Splitter Beast does this small-guy-combining-with-big-guy thing. 14. The Incredible Hulk in 2008 - Takanuva was sort of like the Hulk whenever he gets angry. Abomination is sort of like Gorast because he is kind of green and has double-jointed legs. 15. Star Wars - the Pod Racing vehicles in Episode 1, the X-Wings, and that little red vehicle in Episode 7 are like the Codrex vehicles. Plus, there are huge wars between the good organizations and bad organizations for how they have adventures. Also, General Grevious is like Gorast because he has four arms and double-jointed legs. 16. Guardians of the Galaxy in 2014 - Knowhere looking like a giant head that belonged to a dead Celestial reminds me of the Great Spirit Mata Nui. In fact, the Celestials are like Mata Nui because they are giant god-like robot-like beings. 17. S.H.I.E.L.D. from Marvel - the Order of Mata Nui is like that. 18. Hydra from Marvel - the Brotherhood of Makuta is like that. 19. Super Sonic and Sonic the Werehog from Sonic the Hedgehog - how the Jetrax gets supercharged with a crystal reminds me of Sonic the Hedgehog when he uses the Chaos Emeralds to become an enhanced version of himself called Super Sonic. Takanuva is like Sonic the Werehog because he may look scary and has dark powers, but he is a good guy at heart and goes to help people before he gets cured of his condition. 20. Galactus from Marvel - Mata Nui is like him because he’s a very big and mighty guy. 21. Unicron and Primus from Transformers - Mata Nui is like them because he is a planet-sized robot. 22. Kung Fu Panda 2 in 2011 and 3 in 2016 - how Po learns about his origins is like how the Toa Nuva and Takanuva learn about theirs. 23. Kingdom Hearts - the Organization XIII reminds me of the Brotherhood of Makuta in many ways. 24. Darkseid and his Elite from DC Comics - the Brotherhood of Makuta remind me of the Brotherhood of Makuta. 25. Black Panther in 2018 - how Eric Killmonger took over the kingdom by removing T’Challa reminds me of Teridax overthrowing Mata Nui. 26. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - in Turtles Forever and the 2012 TV show, the Shredder and other bad guys use Mutagen to create mutants to have them as their evil servants. 27. Regular Show - how Rigby get angry and attacks people while having a bad and abnormal condition before he gets cured reminds me of Takanuva. 28. Starscream from Transformers - Icarax reminds me of Starscream because they both like to betray their leaders and steal their places as leaders. 29. The Lion King in 1994 - how Scar overthrew Mufasa and took over the kingdom is kind of like how Teridax overthrew Mata Nui, but Teridax never killed Mata Nui. They are just called “brothers”. 30. That girl from Transformers: Bumblebee in 2018 - the movie didn’t came out yet, but that girl reminds me of the lead singer in the “Closer to the Truth” music video.
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    Bionic Fantasy

    In a time before time, there was a distant planet called Ankoku Nui, stricken by a terrible darkness. The lands were dried, scorched, withered, fractured, and nearly all manner of life has been extinguished. Ankoku Nui was on the brink of destruction, and only twelve warriors from worlds afar, brought to this desolate planet by pure chance, by causes unknown, had a chance to save it. This is their story... This is the Bionic Fantasy!!!
  3. I'm currently working on a Gen 1 Toa of Jungle but I have run into a snag with the weapon design. I figured a Toa of Jungle would benefit from a pair of Warglaives like as pictured down below. I'm still fairly new to making mocs so I thought I would ask and see if anyone had any ideas that could help me.
  4. The Hagah were an elite group of Toa assigned to Makuta Teridax. When his betrayal was uncovered, the six went rogue. All of them, except for Norik and Iruini, were captured and mutated by Roodaka into Rahagah. Norik and Iruini lasted a little longer before surrendering to the Vortixx and succumbing to her powers. The following designs are based off Demitsorou's drawings, particularly this Toa Hagah lineup. Norik, a Toa of Fire, was the leader of the Toa Hagah, Possessing infinite patience, unusual for a Toa of Fire, Norik was an exemplary leader and a hero. He wears the Great Kanohi Pehkui, Mask of Diminishment. Bomonga, a Toa of Earth, was the deputy leader of the Toa Hagah. He used to be a quiet type, preferring to work alone and employing stealth tactics. Despite that, got famous for wrangling a Tahtorak Dragon by using his Mask Power to become as large as the beast itself. Bomonga wears the Great Mask of Growth, shaped after Great Kanohi Hau. Iruini, a Toa of Air, may seem grim and even cynical, but deep inside he cares a great deal about his teammates. He used to be the only Toa Hagah to ever raise a concern over Rahi, showing his devotion to the safety of the Matoran. Iruini wears the Great Kanohi Kualsi, Mask of Quick Travel. Kualus, a Toa of Ice. Always eloquent and classy, even as mutated Rahagah, Kualus enjoyed the company of avian Rahi. He wears the Great Kanohi Mask of Rahi Control shaped after Great Rau. Gaaki, a Toa of Water, wears a Great Mask of Clairvoyance, shaped after Noble Kanohi Ruru. The mask has an unfortunate habit of activating on its own and impose great stress on its wielder, which made Teridax’s betrayal all that much painful for Toa Gaaki. Pouks, a Toa of Stone. He’s loud and boisterous and believes in direct approaches in everything, which makes him come off as brutally honest at times. Pouks wears the Great Mask of Emulation, shaped after Great Kanohi Elda. All models are made in Lego Digital Designer, rendered in POV-Ray and post-processed in Adobe Photoshop.
  5. Hello Everyone! I'm proud to myself to show you my work. The G1 Story Books in PDF format! Finished Books: CHRONICLES​​​Tale of the Toa: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_SlrBWfMDAjTjUzY0NvZlVXb1k/view?usp=sharing Beware the Bohrok: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_SlrBWfMDAjUUZoUExiUElYNk0/view?usp=sharing Makuta's Revenge: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_SlrBWfMDAja3RheEFOaTVrdkU/view?usp=sharing Tales of the Masks: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_SlrBWfMDAjMThGZVIweG9idTg/view?usp=sharing Mask of Light: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_SlrBWfMDAjc05adE5GY3BPSkE/view?usp=sharing​ADVENTURES​Mystery of Metru Nui: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1a9tfUmfGoupNNEoPzTjEeWZCvnuF4q_jBARA MAGNA​Journey's End: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_SlrBWfMDAjdDF5cWhzSlVqNTA/view?usp=sharingUpcoming Book: Trial by Fire
  6. Hello again! Some of you might remember a post a few months ago, with pictures of Gali Nuva and the like, taken in a 'realistic' portrayal of size in our world Well... I've taken loads more since then, and the quality has only gotten better if I say so myself As I don't want to spam the forum with my photos, I'll leave a link for my instagram at the bottom for those of you that wish to see what I get done in the future :b Even though I know it's actually breaking the rules of usage of spoiler tags, I did it so that people watching didn't have to scroll for an eternity to get to the bottom, but instead had the opportunity to view the photos one at a time :b GAHLOK SWARM IN LE-WAHI KOPAKA NUVA ON MOUNTAIN RIDGE (Note: fake snow - used powdered sugar instead of waiting for the actual winter weather) TOA NUVA WITH JALLER & TAKUA ON THE HUNT FOR THE BOHROK KAL KOHRAK KAL (Note: again with powdered sugar as stand-in for real snow) And last but not least: ONEWA METRU Hope you like these - and if you do and want to see more, I am on instagram at https://www.instagram.com/dane_with_no_name/
  7. Hi, guys! I know that Bionicle had ended two years ago sadly, but let’s be happy about Bionicle for something else. You see, this year, 2018, is the 15th anniversary of Bionicle’s late 2003 storyline, which involved thr Mask of Light. I know that this year doesn't have anything Bionicle-related (well, there is this set piece that has the picture of the island of Mata Nui with its name in Matoran, and the piece is in that new The Lego Ninjago Movie set with the docks in this year), but let’s celebrate the 15th anniversary of the 2003 storyline. That would enlighten you more. Let me tell you the late 2003 storyline: The storyline starts with two Ta-Matoran, Takua and Jaller, preparing for a Kohlii tournament, but Takua was sightseeing and Jaller had to go after him. When Takua was exploring a cavern under their home village called Ta-Koro, he found a certain rock with carvings, and when he accidentally threw it in the lava, the rock broke and a new Great Kanohi mask came out of the the rock. When the Matoran went to their tournament and then sadly lost to a team of Ga-Matoran, Hahli and Macku, Takua accidentally showed the mask to the crowd in the tournament, including the Ta-Matoran, Ga-Matoran, Po-Matoran, three Turaga named Vakama, Nokama, and Onewa, and three Toa names Tahu, Gali, and Pohatu. Vakama and Nokama revealed that this new mask is the legendary Mask of Light, and it would lead the one Matoran who found it to the legendary seventh Toa on the island (there are six Toa, who are Tahu, Gali, Lewa, Kopaka, Pohatu, and Onua, and they formed a team called the Toa Nuva). This Toa is said to be the Toa of Light who could defeat their villainous archenemy called the Makuta. Tahu thought that Jaller found the mask and Takua was too nervous to tell the truth, so everybody thought that Jaller is the herald for the mask. When Jaller began his journey to go find the 7th Toa by using the mask to guide him, Takua wanted to be with him to help him out along the way, and he had a put Ussal crab named Pewku to come with them. Hahli remained in Ta-Koro. Meanwhile, the Makuta, having regained his strength after the Toa Nuva, who were normal versions of themselves called the Toa Mata during the time, defeated him in the 2001 storyline, sensed that Jaller and Takua are doing their journey, so he created and unleashed three of his six new powerful and monstrous minions with magical powers called the Rahkshi, which are suits of armor piloted by magical slug-like creatures called the Kraata, which Makuta also created, to go stop them. The Rahkshi have snake-like heads, are armed with magical double-sided staffs that use their powers, and can fly. Each one of the Rahkshi has its own colors and power. The Rahkshi are also called the sons of Makuta. The first ones that Makuta unleashed are a Levahk, the green Rahkshi that has Poison powers, a Panrahk brown and Fragmentation, and a Guurahk blue and Disintegration. The Rahkshi went to Ta-Koro to attack it. Tahu and Gali tried to stop them, but they are too much to handle, so they and their people who were in Ta-Koro got out of there while the Rahkshi destroyed the village. The Levahk scratched Tahu on the face along the way, and Tahu’s secondary Kanohi Nuva masks got destroyed when the village was sinking into the lava. Tahu was upset about all of this. Gali suggested regroup all six Toa Nuva to stop the Rahkshi from finding Jaller and Takua. During Jaller and Takua’s journey, they met Lewa, who learned about the destruction of Ta-Koro. Jaller was upset about it, but the Matoran continued their journey. When they met Kopaka, Kopaka’s village called Ko-Koro got attacked by the three Rahkshi who found the Matoran and then attacked the three. However, Kopaka defeated the Rahkshi by freezing them into statues. Makuta unleashed three more Rahkshi, which are a red one called a Turahk, which has Fear powers, a Kurahk white and Anger, and a Vorahk with Hunger powers. Makuta also scared Takua so much that Takua decided to quit following Jaller, separating them. When Takua arrived to another village called Onu-Koro, where he met Pohatu and Onua, the village was attacked by the second three Rahkshi. While the Toa Nuva are battling those Rahkshi, The Kurahk magically cursed Tahu into attacking Gali angrily, but Kopaka stopped him by freezing him. The battle caused a whole cave that was above the village to be destroyed along with Onu-Koro. After Lewa warn Takua warn Jaller about the Rahkshi, Takua found Jaller and warned him that the Rahkshi are looking for the herald rather than the Mask. The Toa Nuva had to cure Tahu from the Kurahk’s curse and Levahk’s deadly poison to save Tahu from them. The scratch is gone when it happened as well. The Toa Nuva later on battled the Rahkshi again many times. First fighting the Rahkshi individually and then the Rahkshi’s fusions called the Rahkshi Kaita, where each three of the Rahkshi combined into a more powerful creature that can use their powers and have new ones. Along the way, they learned about the Kraata, including the fact that they are the ones that created the Infected Kanohi in the 2001 storyline. Plus, they encountered special Kraata called Shadow Kraata, which are purple and the seventh and most powerful stage of Kraata. The Toa got rid of one that created new Infected masks that mind-controlled some Matoran. The Matoran are saved after that Kraata was taken care of. When Takua and Jaller arrived to their destination, where was a temple called Kini-Nui, the Mask of Light’s power was carving something on the temple, but all six of the Rahkshi came back and started attacking the Matoran. Takua then told Jaller that he is the true herald before they got trapped by the Rahkshi. However, the Toa came to their rescue and fought and defeated the Rahkshi. The Turahk was still not defeated, though, as it tried to use its Fear powers to kill Takua, but Jaller got in the way and got killed by it instead. Takua was sad to see that, and then he put on the Mask to turn into the 7th Toa, and Takua changed his name to Takanuva. He defeated the Turahk and finishing the carving, which was Takua’s mask to show that Takua was the true herald the whole time. Takanuva was still sad about Jaller’s death, but he had to do what has to be done, which is to defeat Makuta to make him pay for what he had done. The Toa Nuva made Takanuva a flying vehicle called the Ussalnui, which Takanuva used to go to Makuta’s lair, which Makuta was. When Takanuva arrived to the lair, he had Hahli, who snuck in the vehicle, to gather the everyone on the island in the lair. When Takanuva found Makuta, Makuta challenged him to a Kohlii match to do a battle with him. During the battle, Hahli brought the people to the lair. Takanuva weakened Makuta, but Makuta was still standing. However, Takanuva jumped onto Makuta’s face and started removing Makuta’s mask, which Makuta didn’t like. Both accidentally fell into Makuta’s pool that has a magical substance called Energized Protodermis, the very thing that turned the Toa Mata into the Toa Nuva, and then when they came out of the substance, it combined the two into a new and powerful being called Takutanuva, with Takanuva’s mind dominating it. Takutanuva went to lift a large gate with his super-strength to open it, allowing the people to get pass it. Along the way, he revived Jaller, but he sacrificed some of his life force to do so, so he got weaker and couldn’t keep lifting the gate any longer, so it crushed him. When the people found the Mask of Light, they used it to revive Takanuva. The people then found a mysterious new island with a city on it (which we know that it was Metru Nui). While the people are moving in, the Turaga revealed that the Toa Nuva and Takanuva, who became their honorary member, that they weren’t the first Toa on the island. This led to the Turaga talking about the events of the 2004 storyline. To celebrate, let me ask you this: What are your fond memories of the storyline and/or what do you like about it? Let me say my answer. I think this is very great. The Rahkshi sets are very cool because of their gear function with twisting their upper torsos to make them swing their staffs. I like the spikes, staff pieces, bendable legs, upper torso design that looks like a snake’s upper body, and the opening function on it where you put a Kraata in there. Speaking of Kraata, they look cool, I must say. I like the blending of the colors and the various shapes of their heads. They are collectibles, as there are 36 kinds of them, and they can be found randomly in the Rahkshi and Kraata packs, similar to the Kanohi and Krana packs. Plus, later on, there are six types of Shadow Kraata in the sets, which was interesting as well. These are fun to collect as well. Anyway, man, the Rahkshi are quite fierce and dangerous because of their powers. They’re awesome. For the small sets, which are six Matoran, Hewkii, Taipu, Matoro, Kopeke, Hahli, and Macku, well, I guess they are alright. Their gear function is the same as the Rahkshi’s, but they were holding Kohlii sticks and Kohlii balls, so you can have the Matoran play Kohlii. That’s fun, and I like that they have bendable wrists, shoulders, and legs. Love the evolution from the 2001 Matoran sets. Those two large sets, which are the Takua and Pewku one and the Jaller and Gukko one, are quite good. You have more Matoran to play Kohlii with. I like Pewku’s moving function with the wheels and Gukko’s flapping wing function. They’re neat, and those Rahi are cute. I love that the Gukko have four wings. Sweet. You would see that combo models from 2001 are turned into these packaged sets as well. Neat. The set with Takanuva and the Ussalnui is quite amazing in some ways. Good thing that we got a new Toa with a new Elemental Power. I love the gold Nuva pieces, white, and the new blade on his staff. It’s interesting that you can position his head to let him driving the vehicle in a non-weirding way because his neck is stiff. The vehicle’s functions with the blades for the landing gear is quite cool, and I can say the same to the fact that you can have the vehicle contain many Kraata because it have the same Rahkshi back designs. I love the use of silver and Bohrok-Kal pieces, and I could say that Jaller’s gray mask is a nice feature on the vehicle, even if that it is a sad thing to look at it due to Jaller’s death. It’s weird that Takanuva looks like a Toa Nuva, even though that he’s not, though. As for the Makuta set, that is very impressive. He’s a big dude, and I love the bulk on his body and armor. He reminds me of the Exo-Toa in 2002 sort of. Like the Rahkshi, you can swing Makuta’s upper body to have him swing his big staff. I like the you can twist his masked head to show two faces on Makuta’s mask called the Mask of Shadows, though the pointed face is weird. Plus, I like his bendable arms, though it’s weird that he has silver versions of the Mask of Light as his hands. Man, does he look intimidating. I don’t like his legs, though, because they are kind of stiff. Now, as for a mighty combo large set, which is Takutanuva, a combo model made of the Takanuva and Makuta sets, I must say, he looks mighty impressive. Even though that he looks like a silver version of Makuta, I love his polearm-like weapon, spikes, and the fact that he uses Takanuva’s torso for his own torso to show that he is the fusion of the two guys. It’s quite interesting that he uses the Ussalnui’s pieces as well, as you can see some pieces, and I love the use of black, white, and silver on this guy. Quite artsy with this stuff. Plus, I like that he includes the movie version of Makuta’s mask piece. But, why not the Mask of Light and Shadows? I mean, it’s the guy’s mask, you know. There’s also Tahu’s poisoned mask piece, which are rare, but neat. Next, the combo models. Most of them look weird. There are those Matoran Kaita models, but they look very strange because of their limbs. The Rahkshi Kaita models are quite neat, but both look weird. I mean, the one made of Turahk, Levahk, and Kurahk looks mixed up, but I like that it has the three Rahkshi’s heads. The one made of Panrahk, Vorahk, and Guurahk is very strange because it looks like a Vorahk with Rahkshi arms for legs riding a Rahkshi-like steed with his butt glued to the steed’s back. However, I do like that each half of the steed’s body has its own unique color. The model with Makuta, T&P, and J&G, called Makuta Nui, looks quite amazing and menacing. I like the claws and teeth. Plus, it’s big. However, it looks a little weird, and I wish that Makuta could’ve used this form of his against Takanuva, like how Maleficent from Disney’s Sleeping Beauty turned into a dragon to fight Prince Philip and Jafar from Disney’s Aladdin into a giant cobra to fight Aladdin. For the Takutanuva model, well, same as I said above. As for the story and media, well, the story is very great, I must say. I love the epic fights, even if the Toa Nuva sets were released in 2002, and I love the light-vs.-darkness theme in the storyline. It is told though Bionicle’s first direct-to-video movie called Bionicle: Mask of Light in September 2003 (near my birthday), three comic book issues, a chapter book based on the movie, and a guidebook. The movie is like Lego’s first real medium in general. I remembered buying the movie on its release day. I watched and liked the movie. It is very great because it has some neat fight scenes and character development. I love the dramatic music in there as well. The animation designs in the characters are phenomenal (though it’s weird about the eye colors being mostly red and Pohatu and Onua looking different from their sets because of their torsos at least for some reason), as we can see some realistic stuff that makes they look like cyborgs rather than toys. I wish there are all 12 common Kanohi being shown in the movie rather being limited and rare in some ways. Plus, I wished that the the Le-Koro, Onu-Koro, and Ko-Koro Kohlii teams would have participated the tournament and have at least the Ko-Koro team appear in the movie because of their sets. The Toa are very cool as always. I cried about Jaller and Takanuva getting killed. But, good thing that they are revived. Plus, Pewku and Gukko are cute in the movie. To be honest, I thought that the 7th Toa would have been a different guy, but it was surprising that Takua could turn into him. I felt bad that Takua wasn’t confident and was shy in some things before he became Takanuva. Plus, I feel bad for people who lost their homes because of the Rahkshi, and for Tahu because he lost his Nuva masks and having been poisoned and cursed. I love how Makuta did in the movie. He was quite impressive and looks more menacing than his set. It’s weird that the movie version of his mask looks different from his set’s mask, though, but it looks good as I would say. Plus, it’s weird that Takutanuva’s movie and set looks are different for some reason, but he looks impressive either way. Man, the Rahkshi in the movie look quite scary, and they are scarier in the movie than their set forms. They look cool. I wish that movie would have the Rahkshi use their Kaita forms to make things more epic, though. I also wish that the comics could’ve talked about the movie. The movie got an award and a series of four direct-to-video movies in 2003-2009. Impressive. Why not there being a movie be about the 2001 storyline, though? It’s just to make things more interesting. The set animations from the CDs are neat to watch. I like that the Rahkshi hide in darkness to strike at their foes. The storyline also has an online game that we know and love called Mata Nui Online Game II: The Final Chronicle, a sequel to the Mata Nui Online Game in 2001 that centers around Hahli, who is a new Chronicler who is having adventure that involves exploring around the island. This also leads to her involvement to the movie’s events. I played and liked the game. It’s very fun, and I like how you get to explore the island, collect interesting things, and improve your Kohlii skills. However, I wish I could fly a Rahi bird, like the first game, and those glitches are annoying. I wasn’t completely done with the game because of them, too. There’s also a video game with a console version for the first time. It’s called Bionicle: The Game. It’s general about the 2001-2003 storylines, even though it is mostly about the 2002 and 2003 storylines. I played the PlayStation 2 game. It was okay, but it could’ve been a lot better. I mean, there’s not much you can do after an hour or two. I like that you fire energy, travel in some places throughout levels, and mostly the movie-esque graphics, but I wish the graphics could be a lot better. There are so many limitations. You only play some versions of the Toa and fight some enemies. I wanted much more. Why can’t the game be based on the 2001-2003 storylines much more, as you playing the Toa in every way? Plus, there are some false advertisements. Bummer. Not the best Lego game that I’ve ever had played. In fact, the game got some negative reviews, and a sequel based on the 2004 storyline got cancelled because of that, man. You know, it's quite interesting that the Rahkshi’s powers have been used to give the Makuta species the same powers later on. So, guys, what are you fond memories of the storyline, what do you like about it, what’s your favorite Bohrok-Kal (set), favorite character(s) in the storyline, favorite moment in the storyline, what things remind you of the storyline, and/or how would you celebrate it? For me, my favorite sets are Takutanuva, Turahk, Vorahk, Makuta, and Takanuva. My favorite characters in the storyline are Takua/Takanuva, Tahu, Onua, and Makuta. The things that remind me are: 1. Xialon Showdown - there’s this light-vs.-dark theme with Omi, a short guy, facing against bad guys who are about darkness. 2. Star Wars - Luke Skywalker is scared about fighting Darth Vader, which is like how Takua was scared of Makuta. Plus, the light-vs.-dark theme. 3. Ninjago’s 2013 storyline - Lloyd Garmadon fights against the Overlord. Lloyd is like Takua by starting out as a short guy who turned into a taller hero who is about light and is told to fight against a villain with dark powers, who is the Overlord, of course. Plus, the Overlord is very much like Makuta by shape-shifting, involving robots, making strategic plans, and creating powerful minions. Lord Garmadon is sort of like the Overlord, too. 4. Iron Man movie in 2008 - small hero fighting against big villain who is a bane of his existence. 5. Kingdom Hearts - there is a short guy named Sora who represents light and fights against powerful villains who represent darkness. 6. Bionicle’s 2016 storyline - Ekimu becomes a Toa of Light to fight against Makuta, who has Shadow powers, and his powerful minions. 7. Hero Factory - Von Nebula is sort of like Makuta in some ways, like being a dark-looking giant. Plus, Meltdown mind-controlling Stormer reminds me of Kurahk corrupting Tahu. 8. Sonic the Hedgehog in 2006 - there is this villain with dark powers named Mephilles who is fought in dark lairs. 9. Numbah 4’s mech in an episode of Codename: Kids Next Door where the Delight Children From Down The Lane was attacking the treehouse and used a device that zapped Numbah 1. It reminds me of the three-headed Rahkshi Kaita. 10. Legends of Chima - how there is this little Phoenix child who is sort of scared and learns to become powerful and fights against evil. 11. Steven Universe - Steven is sort of like Takua while the Crystal Gems are sort of like the Toa. 12. Samurai Jack - there is this light-vs.-dark theme sort of, and Jack represents light and fight against a shape-shifting villain named Aku, who represents darkness. 13. The Legend of Korra’s Season 2 - Korra and Raava represent light while Korra’s evil uncle and Vaatu represent darkness. Plus, there is the battle against the Avatar (Korra and Raava) and the dark Avatar (the evil uncle and Vaatu) 14. Fairly Odd Parents’ Wishology TV movies - how Timmy Turner is chosen to fight the Darkness is like Takua being chosen to become the Toa of Light to fight against Makuta. 15. Kirby games and TV show - how Kirby fights Nightmare is like Takanuva fighting Makuta. 16. The Powerpuff Girls - Makuta is like Mojo Jojo and Him combined. Mojo Jojo plans strategically while Him likes to mentally torture his heroic enemies. 17. The Lord of the Rings movies in 2001-2003 - the movie is kind of like Frodo’s quest to get rid of the One Ring to prevent a dark lord from taking over the place.
  8. This story is set in a rebooted Bionicle Universe, but draws on inspiration from both Bionicle Generations. New chapters will ideally be added on the 1st day of each month, starting on the 1st August 2018, but due to university I'm going to be more on and off. I'd like to thank my sister Jennifer for her suggestions regarding the editing of the story, many of which were taken on board. Please enjoy! Here's a link to a map of the Island of Artakha (where the story will be set): http://www.bzpower.com/board/uploads/gallery/category_3/gallery_117950_3_67602.png
  9. Our mission is to spread freedom? If so, then why am I never offered a choice..? https://imgur.com/a/J9kS2 More photos (including reference image) An adaptation of the character of the same name from Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. not a perfect copy, but I think its alright for the scale I was working at and the pieces I had to work with.
  10. I got my first drawing tablet today so I took the afternoon to whip up this Shadow Toa merged with a Kraata in Gimp. Enjoy the hastily written backstory! “My name is Kraata, for whatever I was before was sucked away with the light. Once I could’ve been called Toa, I even made my image after The Great Toa of Fire. Make no mistake when you see me however, my body was changed. I was manipulated, twisted, and crafted by the mad darkness. Even beings of shadow saw me as a , a mindless monster possessing the mutated body of a toa. For a time I even was. “When the voice is cut and comes out as nothing more than a scream, the mind takes after. Time did not heal me, however it did reclaim me. Eventually my mind and my impulses divided. There are toa, and there are Rakhshi. I am the product of the slug and stoic forced together. The others like me never live long enough to negotiate an existence other than madness. The screeching in your head, the shadow in your veins, it makes you desperate. Not like Rahkshi; Rahkshi are complicit, obedient by design. I answered because the Makuta were something to hold onto. Maybe a promise, a semblance of order. When they pointed, I went, because suffering is irrational and picks no favorites. “Names are like moments in time, titles too. They don’t apply to me anymore, at least not the ones I used to have. If not by choice, then by reality. Now my name is something real, a concept, an object, a creature, because ideas are consistent. Individuals and being perish and transform with time. Sanity, like madness, is not something you can fight. It is a fact of your being, and few get the chance to go through the many turns of time’s wheel. The facts of my body hold true, but when the force of the calamity begins to pass, will can wash back over, and grit has become the essence of my being. “Why, like most questions is deceitful. I do not exist for revenge. Purpose and destiny were drained out of me long ago. When those are taken, one is presented with the only true choice in all of existence—the choice beyond all predjudice and preconception—the choice to continue to try and exist. I am alive because I was strong enough to be, and whatever truths may come from here are postulations to a theory so whole that its roundness cuts like a claw. “My name is Kraata, for I was submerged in darkness and learned truth. Do not mistake it for a revelation or a message from some higher power, for those betray the faithful like death betrays all bonds. I was a toa who died for nothing, a creature corrupted for Nothing, and a monster who killed for nothing. But now, I fight for life itself. …” C&C welcome and appreciated!
  11. Hello again, It has been a while since my last post. Here I present to you all some images I took of the glorious inhabitants of Le Wahi. Lewa observing a Shrine. Vira conversing with a fellow Le-Matoran. Makuta... Lehvak emerging from the darkness. Matau giving out instructions. Nuhvok in the depths of the Fau Swamp. Lehvak attacking. I do hope you enjoyed them. Please comment!
  12. This is where I will be posting the chapters, and where you can give your criticism regarding them! If you're interested in auditioning, check out this topic! A quick summary to explain what this is. I've always loved reading Bionicle books; in fact, I have a feeling most of you do. I've always wondered though; what would it be like if it were in the form of an audio-book, with somebody reading it out loud? Furthermore, what if all the characters were voiced by different people. What if, on top of all that, there was music added from various Bionicle media to help immerse you in the world of Bionicle? That, is what ANP aims to do. ANP, Audio-Narration-Project, will begin with the first book of Bionicle: Chronicles: Tale of the Toa. If all goes well, we will continue with Chronicles and finish that series, along with Bionicle: Mask of Light. I hope that if all goes well for Chronicles, that we'd be able to go on to do Adventures, Legends, and the 2009/2010 arc. Trailer: September 7th Prelude (Legend of Mata Nui): September 21st Chapter 1: September 19th | Chapter 1 Remastered: September 20th 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ih2exr3dkFo | Chapter 2: September 22nd Chapter 3: September 24th | Chapter 3 Remastered: September 25th 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5piGk6fgByM | Chapter 4: September 26th Chapter 5: September 29th Chapter 6: October 1st Chapter 7: October 3rd Chapter 8: October 6th Chapter 9: October 9th https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXfc9E0-Jb4 Chapter 10: October 12th https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIXJbvIDqAc Chapter 11: October 13th https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5KX7EAVylw Chapter 12: October 15th https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QodyirCpX4o Chapter 13: October 17th https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vh8Sf0PA7XM Chapter 14: October 20th https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K--tPxdOXc4 Chapter 15: October 22nd https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSt2s78QEiM Chapter 16: October 24th https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZoI_FseTLw Meet-the-Cast: October 25th https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvkxTYKrsMs You can find book 2 here!
  13. This is a personal project I've been working on for the past month. I've complied a comprehensive document that gathers a lot of concepts and story bible ideas from the first few years of Bionicle that were either changed or never saw the light of day. Things I cover include: -The original intention for the Mata Nui robot -Makuta's 2001 backstory -Papu and Rangi's role -The Toa's initial characterization -and more! If you're a longtime fan then I imagine a lot of this stuff will be familiar to you, but there's also some brand new info courtesy of one of Bionicle's creators. Hope you all enjoy! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JNwJ9k7dGf4zpjOXolVidiKggGs4aP4uznIaDklIB5M/edit?usp=sharing
  14. Bohrok Kal Possibilities and Outline So we all know about the bohrok kal, six special variations of standard bohrok created to free the bahrag if something happened to them. So we know right now that most of the bohrok kal are dead, except for lehvak who is in space orbiting spherus magna however his krana is still intact on spherus along with a few other krana kal. So where are the krana right now? are they in the possesion of the turaga still? were they given new bodies? We also know that the bahrag are on spherus, so will they create more kals? The red star is also a thing so will that rebuild them or not since their krana's are still intact. Also theoretically kohrak kal could also be rebuilt as he just fell apart. P.s can bohrok operate on their own without krana? After all they were av matoran once. Just thinking from Lehvak kal's point of view.
  15. Bohrok Kal Possibilities and Outline So we all know about the bohrok kal, six special variations of standard bohrok created to free the bahrag if something happened to them. So we know right now that most of the bohrok kal are dead, except for lehvak who is in space orbiting spherus magna however his krana is still intact on spherus along with a few other krana kal. So where are the krana right now? are they in the possesion of the turaga still? were they given new bodies? We also know that the bahrag are on spherus, so will they create more kals? The red star is also a thing so will that rebuild them or not since their krana's are still intact. Also theoretically kohrak kal could also be rebuilt as he just fell apart. P.s can bohrok operate on their own without krana? After all they were av matoran once. Just thinking from Lehvak kal's point of view.
  16. Farran seeks the wisdom of Carajoy the Fern Peacock on his Dragonfly Glider. Built for the Bio-Cup 2018. See it on Flickr.
  17. Hey Bionicle fans I am selling my Bionicle sets. I am from Lithuania (Europe). So if You are interested, please message me I am open for great deals. By the way, I am new to BZPower and I have a question- how to add image to Your post ( I want to add Bionicle images) ? ;D I see there is buttom for image but then it requires url, is there any way to simply insert image to this post? Or maybe I can add pictures to my gallery or something? sorry for the stupid question Bionicles for sale: Vezon & Fenrakk set 8764 (all pieces included, no box & manual) - 55 $ ( + shipping); Inika: 8727- Toa Jaller (All pieces, instructions included, box/package included, though box itself has lost some colors) - 16 $ ( + shipping); 8729- Toa Nuparu (All pieces, instructions included, box/package included. There is a little crack on the end of the piece that connects hand and arm, the grey one, however it still holds the hand perfectly and sturdy. There is also one yellow ball missing) - 15 $ ( + shipping); 8730- Toa Hewkii (All pieces, instructions included, box/package included) - 16 $ ( + shipping); 8731- Toa Kongu (All pieces, instructions included, box/package included) - 16 $ ( + shipping); I am also selling Lego Hero Factory Von Nebula set. I know, this set is not Bionicle, it's Hero Factory, however I have seen very talented MOC creators here on forum, and Von Nebula has really nice pieces, both new and re-colored, so I think this set is superb material especially for MOC creators Von Nebula price (All pieces included, manual included, no box) - 32 $ (+ shipping);I have much more Bionicles to sell, I will be adding them in the following days to this post. Have a nice day!
  18. A small and kind robot who's always happy to lend a helping hand... If he could just get over his crippling anxiety. More photos: https://imgur.com/a/9ztie A little robot I've had sitting around for a while. nothing super special but he is kinda cute.
  19. Toa Meno are the protectors of the Northern Continent, brought together in a dire hour by the Great Spirit himself. Saukavi is the Toa of Ice and leader of the Team. He used to be an artistic ice carver living by the river. However, a vicious attack by the deranged being Havoc have left no ice block standing from his village. Miraculously saved by Toa Krakua, Saukavi and his fellow Ko-matoran were delivered to the doors of the Peaceful Thought Abbey led by wise Turaga Krosis. With Krakua's help, the Abbot was convinced to have the villagers taken care off while Havoc is still at large. Saukavi's Mask is Great Kanohi Kiril, Mask of Regeneration. His Toa Tools used to be his ice-cutting tools, an Ice Hook and a Saw Blade. Eshelzo (an OC of my spouse Demi) is a Toa of Sonics who used to be a Grey Monk in one of monasteries dotting the Northern Continent. But one day Havoc came and crushed the monastery along with all of its inhabitants. Left to be a sole survivor, guilt-ridden and frightened for his life, Eshelzo was discovered by Toa Krakua and delivered to the Abbey of Peaceful Thought where Ko-matoran Saukavi took responsibility of caring for him. Eshelzo's Mask is Great Kanohi Avoku, the Mask of Suspension. His Toa Tools are two Bell Hammers. Tamora is a Toa of Kinetics, a member of a very rare Elemental Tribe that lives in several isolated villages in hard-to-reach corners of the Matoran Universe. Toa Krakua found them in his search to stop Havoc from sewing destruction on the Northern Continent, following the Prophecy devised by Nuju Metru himself. Tamora was always special, dubbed Tumbleweed by their fellow Ki-Matoran for always following the winds of change, so when Krakua showed up in their village, it was clear as day that he'd leave with Tamora by his side. Tamora's Mask is Great Kanohi Garai, Mask of Gravity. Their Toa Tool is a Telescopic Staff, transformed from their stylus. The three met in the Abbey of the Peaceful Thought, and it's there that they have become the Toa Meno, transformed by a Suva built by Turaga Krosis in the time before Time. The newly formed Toa Team, with some help, have defeated Havoc and imprisoned him. During the battle they have attained their true Unity by fusing into a majestic Toa Kaita of Peace, Arkoa the Peacemaker. One of the recurring features among all three of the Meno, is the lens eyepieces embedded in their Masks. - - - The models were created as part of the commission by my friend Nat. The Toa Meno designs are based on drawings by Demitsorou
  20. After 18 years, the wait is finally over! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHfWVo9kW88
  21. This will be a story series that takes place roughly one thousand years after the original line ended, by this time a new great war has occurred and wiped out the Agori, as compensation the Turaga decided to assimilate their culture and have forbidden the few survivors from telling the newly made Matoran the past and have abandoned the old Matoran language and religion. This story is following the adventures of Ahkmou and some acquaintances of his. Here's the link to the Discussion Board http://www.bzpower.com/board/topic/23527-ahkmous-return-discussion-board/ Please give criticism, so far I've only gotten some from family that I've made read this.
  22. So I remember 10 years ago (man it's been that long already) the 2008 version of the bionicle website went live. And with it the battle for power game. Thing is I always remember having to download unity web player in order to play it. However when I played it on biomediaproject it says it's running on flash. So I'm guessing I must have had to download unity web player for something else. Does anyone know if any of the bionicle web games ran on unity player?
  23. This is where you can discuss Bionicle: Shadows Of Artakha, or offer advice and feedback. Positive or negative, I will happily take it all. Please feel free to follow this topic, if you fancy! Here's a link to the actual thread! http://www.bzpower.com/board/topic/26400-bionicle-shadows-of-artakha/
  24. A small but hardworking toxic waste disposal droid. When he discovers life growing in the most unusual of places, he vows to protect it. https://imgur.com/a/JT4hcxc Leroy was an unusual build as he began as something a bit more sinister. Original I wanted to make an evil brain in a jar, but it wasn't turning out like I hoped. When I noticed that the round shape of his body gave him a softer, gentler look, I decided to give him a little flowerpot to really push it.
  25. Hello, I have included below all the Bionicle related art I've done over the years. Hope you all enjoy! https://toatupac.imgur.com/all/#1
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