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First time postin' to bzp. Guess I'll just dump all the combo models I've built up last year. Lehvak Kaita (Lehvak + Lehvak Va + Lehvak Kal) This guy was the first one and a strong start if I may say so myself. He's kinda bright since I made the kal pieces pearl very light grey instead of pearl light grey. It took me a while to figure that out... Some Swans idk (Gahlok Kal + Kopaka; Tahnok Kal + Tahu) These two are small and simple but the li'l guys make the big cool guys look even bigger and cooler by comparison. I like 'em. Bohrok Mega Fusion (all 3 Nuhvok + all 3 Kohrak) I took the cool anime robot and made it cooler and anime-er. Metru Nui Arachnid (all 6 metrutoran) Li'l Rahi? I'm not great at naming these (all 3 are combos of 2 bohrok va each) Toa Nui (the 6 toa mata) This was a fun and kinda inevitable challenge. I'm pretty happy with how it came out. Also a user on the r/bioniclelego subreddit actually built it irl. Toa Nui but Lewa is actually represented (same) Took me a while to realise that a toa nui should represent all 6 of the toa. I prefer the lewaless variant. Bohrok Ultima (6 bohrok + 6 bohrok va + 6 bohrok kal) This is my combiner magnum opus. It'll take a long while to get all the bohrok but I definitely want to build this one irl. Rahkshi Grappler (Guurahk + Panrahk + Vorahk + Kurahk) One day I remembered the rahkshi had some neat combo models. Then this build was born. Rahydra (rahaga norik + kualus + bomonga) Mahri Nui Silverback Ray (Dekar/Defilak alt) This started as a Dekar alt model but then I realised either of them could be used for this. Akamai+ (tahu + pohatu + onua both mata and nuva + turaga vakama + whenua + onewa) Rahkshi Nui (all of the sluggers) Dark Hunter Triglax (Roodaka + Sidorak) I was surprised this was the only titan combo 05 didn't do. Also was inspired by the flatwoods monster. Dark Hunters are fun. Nuhvok Kaita (like the first one but nuhvok) Rahkshi Kaita Yo (Vorahk + Lerahk + Turahk) This one was actually made for Takutanuva's community project over on the ttv message boards. That was real fun, I suggest y'all check out the other combiners that were submitted for that. Voya Nui Digging Crab (Velika + Garan + Piruk) Bohrok Kaita Kal Ja but better (Tahnok + Nuhvok + Pahrak) First one I actually built irl. And that's all of them. So far. Feel free to build any of these and if y'all do please share 'em here. I'd love to see it!
The Kanoka Launcher Turret is an autonomous Disk Launcher with legs. These devices were used for defense in Matoran settlements, as well as to assist security guards in the Archives. THis model was created with [all the] parts from set 8612: Ehrye. The inspiration for it came when I challenged myself to build a model using all of the parts from just one 2004 Matoran.
What is your favorite combiner model or alternate model from 2001? Pictures, for reference: Akamai Wairuha Turaga Nui Turaga Kabaya Combiner #1 Turaga Kabaya Combiner #2 Turaga Kabaya Combiner #3 Matoran Kaita #1 Matoran Kaita #2 Matoran Nui Mata Nui Cow Dikapi Fikou Nui-Kopen Kahu Tarakava Nui Kuma-Nui Mana Ko EDIT: I thought I was making a poll...
This is my first new topic in over five years. Anyway, I was searching for Rahkshi in Japanese in hope of finding instructions for that one alternate model featured in the back of one of the 2003 comics (I think it was comic 15 "Secrets and Shadows"). I found a Japanese site with pictures of the Rahkshi Kabaya combiners, and another esults in the image search had the same site listing the 2004 sets, showing them on a sort of "table" or "tree" their respective combiners (labelled "fusion"). I thought I might have some luck on this site, so I started changing the numbers in the URL, just to see if it led me anyewhere, and I found a page listing the Bohrok-Kal. It also featured the Kanohi Nuva/Krana-Kal pack, plus Kohrak and Nuvohk. And scrolling down, it features the same sort of tree with Kohrak and Nuvohk, showing a combiner model I've never seen before. EDIT: Here is the page. This is the picture: Has anyone seen this before?