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The New Order
Pohaturon posted a topic in Bionicle-Based CreationsAfter an insane preliminary round, Bio-Cup 2021 isn't slowing down - round 1 is soon drawing to a close, and here's my entry which mashes up Bionicle with my main other hobby interest: Make sure to check out all the other stunning entries on Flickr in the contest group!
vicente steffens posted a topic in Bionicle-Based CreationsHi!! It has been a long time without activity here on this occasion I bring a version of Keetongu inspired by the movie Bionicle 3 reviewing some files, I found these pictures, like Krekka, I have made a version own Keetongu inspired by the movie version despite not receiving many changes to the set, this figure seeks to synthesize the best possible this concept, some details like the weapon still need to be added. I hope you like and enjoy this version as it as the other figures modified!!! Keetongu by vicent steffens (gerou 100), en Flickr
A Message from the Rahaga
Trijhak posted a blog entry in Unspoken WordsDo you have a spinny thing growing out of your back? Does that spinny thing launch spinners of energy? Is your right hand fused to a weapon? Have you been tied up in a cocoon by giant spiders recently? Might you fall to your death if you're not careful? If the answer to all of the above is yes, then you just might be a Hordika! The beast within us all, except those who aren't Hordika. If you fear succumbing to the beast within your Hordika-self, please call the Rahaga helpline today. The Rahaga will be by shortly to help you locate the legendary Rahi, Keetongu. We don't actually know where s/he/it has gone, Keetongu is not where Keetongu was originally found. Our current estimate is on an mythical island called 'Okoto', waiting to be combined because: Kopaka Ekimu Epolim Tahu Onua Nilkuu Gali Umarak See? 100% undeniable proof that Keetongu is hiding as eight different people. They just need to be combined for Keetongu to be Keetongu again.
Excuse my poorly alliterative title. :^P Anyway, here's the question - I don't recall reading anything anywhere about the rahaga and Keetongu doing anything about the mutant Rahi that would've remained after the Visorak occupation of Metru Nui - and that is a problem. It means that: 1. Mutant Rahi should've appeared on Mata Nui. A few would've moved out of Metru Nui, which probably ran out of resources to sustain them after the Visorak and Toa Hordika (but mostly the Visorak) trashed the place, to the more fertile and resource-rich Mata Nui for snacks. 2. The increased power levels and aggression of the mutated Rahi would've made them akin to invasive species in real world ecosystems - they'd wipe out the normal, unmutated Rahi that escaped the Visorak by getting onto Mata Nui, causing the whole Rahi population of Mata Nui to be devoid of non-mutants. 3. Mutant Rahi would've been a threat when the Matoran returned to Metru Nui post-Mask-of-Light. So, yeah. I'd appreciate input on this.
Keetongu, Venom Healer (BBC #69)
Infrared posted a topic in Bionicle-Based CreationsProphecy tells us of an ancient shaman whose meditation transcends time itself. When Okoto needs him most, follow the trail of falling tears until they reach the sky… Flickr set Brickshelf gallery (when public) Turning the axle connected to his shield gets it spinning with the same cool whoosh effect the original had. And of course, what's a Keetongu revamp without a hidden chest-mounted blaster? I've been a member for seven years and this is my first BBC contest. Crazy. Comments and criticism appreciated!
Kongu and KeetonguKONGU AND KEETONGU Episode 1 by Aerixx One morning, Kongu woke up to the sight of a red light shining in his eyes. The red light said, “Hello.” Kongu, like any decent Matoran, started screaming and trying to bat it away. Needless to say, he failed epically. The red light remained unmoving until Kongu finally exhausted all of his energy. When Kongu resigned himself to the fact that he was about to be eaten by a laser-pointer, the light leaned back and revealed itself to be... (cue Mortal Kombat “fatality” voice) Keetongu. Kongu started screaming again, then shut up. Then he said: “You want cookies? I have-own cookies... maybe... or something...” Keetongu didn’t understand anything. So, like any decent buff ninja cyclops thing, he asked, “Do you speak Matoran?” Kongu replied, “Yes, I do.” Keetongu, uncomprehending, repeated, “Do you speak Matoran?” Kongu, slightly very confused, answered again, “Yes. I speak Matoran.” “Do you speak Matoran?” “YES! Dude, I AM a Matoran!” Keetongu, even more confused, asked, “You are Matoran? This not Soviet Xia joke where ‘Matoran speak you’, this real?” Kongu facepalmed. “There are two kinds-types of Matoran: Us, and our language.” “You are Langwajj? Hello, Langwajj.” Kongu got up, looked at Keetongu, and said, “Let’s go eat-consume some cookies. Then maybe-possibly your mind’ll clear up.” Keetongu, still not understanding, stood from his crouching position and attempted to follow Kongu out of the hut’s small bedroom, but tripped on a random friction connector pin, tripped, and brought the ceiling crashing down on himself. Bamboo and curved slope parts came raining down and, as Keetongu tried to get up, a random Kanohi Kualsi fell onto his face (or whatever you call it). Kongu, only slightly disappointed by the destruction of his bedroom, grinned under his Miru and reached for the Kanohi, saying “Oh, hey, you found-discovered it! Thanks!” But before he could grasp it, Keetongu disappeared. He heard a surprised “Uh?” a few feet away, and when he turned, Keetongu was just vanishing again. “Wait-stop!” He called, but all he got in reply were random “Ooh!”s and “Wee!”s as Keetongu teleported around the hut in rapid succession. Kongu was at a loss of what to do. So he decided a tactic that always worked (at least on Po-Matoran): food. He held up a cookie and screamed, “Cookie!” Keetongu immediately appeared in front of him, grabbed the cookie, and vanished again. Now all Kongu heard were the sounds of the cookie being smashed against the faceplate of the mask as Keetongu tried to eat it somewhere on the roof of the kitchen. Kongu then called out, “Come over here and I’ll make you able to eat it!” Keetongu plopped down on the rubble by Kongu and looked at him expectantly. And creepily. Because his one eye-stalk was twisted through one of the eyeholes of the mask, so it appeared as if a Ko-Matoran had asked an amateur mask-maker to add an eye-piece to his Kualsi. Ugh. Kongu promptly popped the mask off Keetongu’s face (or whatever you call it). Keetongu promptly stuffed the cookie where his mouth would’ve been. But, since the characters in this story retelling go by their toy forms, not their movie forms, and Keetongu lacks a mouth in toy form, the cookie crumbs ended up clogging his Rhotuka-launching mechanism and causing it shoot a spinner which, in turn, smashed into Kongu and sent him flying through whatever was left of the walls to the house, leaving a suspiciously Matoran-shaped hole. Keetongu sighed and went to look for Kongu. Not long after, he found him head-first in a thornbush. He reached out with a massive hand to pull Kongu out, but the thorn bush squirmed and said, “No. My tasty.” Keetongu blinked his one eye in surprise and reached forward again. This time the bush growled, “My tasty. Go get your own.” Keetongu sat down in amazement. Was this a kind of Rahi? Or maybe a Makuta experiment, like the sentient mountain? In any case, he had to probe it for more details. “Who you?” He asked. “A bush.” “Why you want to eat Langwajj?” “I eat tasty because he is tasty. Go get your own.” “You want more tasty tasty? “I can has tasty more tasty than this tasty?” “Yes.” “Okay. Bring me tasty!” The bush snarled, and so Keetongu set off to find a Matoran for the bush to eat. After a while, he almost stepped on a little brown Po-Matoran. “Ow! Watch it, dude! I’ll have you killed! Teridax, this fat cyclops is bullying me! Waaaaaaaah!” Ahkmou whined. Keetongu calmly picked him up by the double-bevelled gear on his back and carried him all the way back to Le-Koro. “Hey bush! I have tasty for you!” Keetongu bellowed. All he heard in reply was “Taaaa... sssstttyyy...” and then a muffled gasp. Ahkmou started to snicker, but his laugh turned into a scream as Keetongu chucked him at the bush, knocking Kongu out of its maw and producing countless “ouch”s and “eek”s, followed by one final "Waaah!" Keetongu picked Kongu up and dusted him off. “Hello, Langwajj. More cookies?” ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- So, this was chapter one of my first comedy. Did you like it? Should I keep going? Comments are appreciated, and critiques are welcome!
Freddy Mallins posted a topic in Bionicle-Based CreationsA new deadly weapon at an inconvenient time in history, built by and for a most inconvenient of peoples... 123456789Folder (when public)This is my baby. I built this for a story I'm currently working on - a Steampunk story - but unfortunately this MOC is no longer assembled. =[so it's got a minigun and a high-powered rifle on the right hand, a Gauss cannon on the left hand, and a laser on the head. Yes, it was built off of who you think it looks like. No, I'm not ashamed. The wheels on the feet are there for next to nothing. I think they just look cool and Steampunk-ish.Personally my only complaint on this one is the ankles - I was never able to fill them in good, even in the earlier version (seen here). It was a ton of fun to build, though - and if I could recommend to you guys one thing at all to build, just take your already existing sets and Steampunk them.