“It was in those days I discovered our destinies are not written in stone. We have to find them for ourselves. I found mine. Now it's time for you to make new legends, for that is the way of the BIONICLE.” — TuragaVakama
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Well, this is certainly something new. Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you the watermelon. The first piece of fruit ever to step into the limelight of the Main Page (and hopefully not the last). There does not appear to be a wiki category for fruit, so I encourage somebody to be a good sport and make one. It will bring us all closer together as a community. Curiously, this watermelon has arguably lead a life that is perhaps far more exciting than the lives of the majority of users on this very wiki (much to our shame). After enduring the soul-crushing loneliness so atypical of too many watermelons in modern society, this watermelon was liberated from the bleak future of consumption by a Toa of Sonics named Amea, who cared for this particular watermelon as if it were the child she never had (canon be damned, there are children out there! Millions of them! Think of the children!).
Together they ruled a rather lovely kingdom of fruit, as king and queen (I hear their kingdom is a tax-free haven. The wife says I shouldn't get my hopes up), and were beloved by various people of a rather plebian disposition. Very little is known about the melon's stance on a range of political topics, from marriage equality to the economy. His most notorious political opponent, a Mr Peter Stinkend Furz of Rump Lane, is on record saying that the melon's policies, particularly his approach to foreign policy, were "rather fruity." However, our happiness was not to last, for Mata Nui's brother, the Makuta, was jealous of these honors and betrayed him, casting a spell over Mata Nui, who fell into a deep slumber. The Makuta was free to unleash his shadows... and unleash them, he did this melon went a little senile and rotted away; allegedly this occurred during a heated discussion involving a cricket ball and a comedy vegetable. The now widowed Amea, in a desperate bid to preserve her husband's legacy, pried him open and spread his seeds. Soon after, the melon's children were born. If he could see them now, their father would be immensely disappointed.
This particular watermelon would also appear to directly inspired by the work of Kierkegaard and his notable work on the philosophy of existentialism and the importance of material human existence over the ideals of abstract thought as depicted in his various 19th century works.
You can learn more about this Watermelon in his ongoing comedy gameshow Madness: Watermelon. I know I'll be tuning in.
Echo 1 is returning to the spotlight this month with this lovely little piece of Generation 2 artwork. Two villagers have gone fishing and one seems to have had a bit of a fall, much to the bemusement of his companion.
This quaint glimpse into the everyday life of the villagers of Okoto is brightly colored and wonderfully simple, capturing perfectly the spirit of the 2015 reincarnation of BIONICLE. The villagers’ faces and particularly their eyes are very expressive, showing the humor of the moment quite nicely. The landscape in the background is truly just the icing on the cake with this one.
With all my (and the rest of the community’s, of course) raving about this piece, it's no surprise that it swept the vote. Congratulations to Echo on his sixth Featured Image victory!
Well, it looks like one of our Admins, Rando07, has made his way onto the Main Page once again. This time with a failed science experiment, Hoxuak. With a consistent black-red color scheme, Rando has created a MOC with custom arms, legs, and a torso. Using various TECHNIC, a few LEGO pieces and CCBS, and good old BIONICLE parts, Rando has created an interesting-looking creature that stands out from most BIONICLE MOCs you see on the interweb, since it has a more alien appearance than most MOCs which are mostly humanoid. This thing also comes ready for battle, with claws and spikes all over its body. It’s also got some sort of tentacle-like stuff hanging down from where its mouth should be, which remind me of an Ood from Doctor Who. Also looks like it has one eye, which is cool. I personally enjoy the MOC and hope to see more like it from Rando in the future. Give him a cookie as well.
Well, here we are again, this time with the final installment of Vorred's BIONICLE saga: Elegy. After three years and three installments Vorred concludes his saga of zombies and Toa Nuva copies lookalikes. In this final part Vorred reveals the most he has ever done in the past two installments. From finding armor laying in a field to the rediscovery of a city from the Toa's past to an awesome battle which ended it all. Having battle after battle again, the Farside Toa and their companions strive to defeat Nuva who has plagued their land. Introducing several new Forgotten Warriors who had been freed in the Patriots, they help out the group of heroes to stop their former master. I highly recommend reading this awesome comic and if you haven't, read Uprising and Patriots, read those because spoilers. Also give Vorred a cookie while you're at it.
The latest of our Featured Users is none other than ToaTusk! In the time Tusk has been on the wiki since late September, 2013, he has made a number of noteworthy contributions.
Such contributions have come in the form of fantastic MOCs, such as Owala and Dazix (not to mention the brilliant MOC displayed left). Tusk also dabbled in writing, publishing works to the wiki such as Restrictions and Cat and Mouse. Although there are no stories that really delve into Tusk's storyline, what Tusk has written in article form is still a very interesting read, and I advise you to check them out.
Tusk was also a common feature of the chatroom, and often brought doses of hilarity to sometimes stale conversations.
However, only a few months short of a two year stint on the wiki, Tusk has decided to leave the wiki. Despite BIONICLE's reboot, the intrigue of the refurbished franchise was not enough to keep him interested. But more importantly, Tusk has decided to focus more on his gaming channel. Wherever the future takes you, Tusk, I will say on behalf of the community, good luck!
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The original ending planned for Patriots in the script is vastly different from the events in the actual comic. The Patriots-Team was supposed to attack Nuva's tower with which he controlled the Forgotten Warriors, and Brorag should have survived the battle.
"As master of shadows, 'shedding light' is not my expertise. But, in this particular situation, I believe I can."