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“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.” — Turaga Vakama

The Custom BIONICLE Wiki, or CBW for short, is the single largest BIONICLE wiki in existence. Here, you and other fans of LEGO's BIONICLE line can make up your own MOC (My Own Creation) and display it in its own encyclopedia article! Anyone can put their custom BIONICLE creations and stories on this wiki, as long as it's not inappropriate or copyrighted.
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Featured Article

Jioney
Toa Jioney

Well well well. This is a first. Heralding a new era of Featured Article potential, Ahpolki Inika brings one of his many adopted pages, Jioney, to be exhibited on the Main Page.

Created exactly three years before my own joining of the wiki, Jioney originally belonged to a user by the name of Geo294. He joined June 4, 2010, and remained inactive until November 28, where he created the page Jioney. He then made a few more edits on November 30, and hasn’t been seen since.

The page initially was quite lackluster, being several hundred bytes below the stub limit. It, however, goes untouched for nearly six years, until it is tagged as a stub article. An hour later, it was swept up and adopted by Ahpolki Inika. He then proceeded to expand it, fleshing it out to a degree I doubt Geo294 had ever imagined.

And with that settled, we go onto the article itself.

Jioney began his life as a Fe-Matoran. After the completion and successful launching of the Great Spirit Robot, he was placed on an unknown island, which was under the protection of the Toa Cordak. He was even a friend of the Toa of Gravity member of the team. But it came to an end after the Toa Cordak were massacred by a tribe of Zyglak, leaving only Lesovikk the sole survivor.

After this incident, the Turaga of the island went mad and sent the Matoran to Karzahni. Jioney escaped being shipped there and fled the island. But, he was caught in a storm and nearly perished at the hands of an aquatic Rahi and a group of Zyglak. He survived the encounter, however, and found himself on the island of Verse Nui.

At this time, he came across Toa Lesovikk, the last surviving member of the Toa Cordak.

To find out what happens and how he eventually gets transformed into a Toa, you’d have to read the article for yourself. It’s amazing what Ahpolki has done with this page, and this is only one of many he’s preserved. It is truly remarkable.

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Featured Image

Makuta nzavokh request by toa niretta-d9po5yj

Huh. It’s not often we get commissions here. But here we are. And once again, Ahpolki Inika is responsible for this spotlight.

The story of this is that a DeviantArt user by the name of Toa-Niretta was taking art requests. So, seizing the opportunity, Ahpolki submitted a request for Toa-Niretta to draw his MOC, Makuta Nzavokh.

Now, I haven’t seen much of Toa-Niretta’s other work, but this is, without a doubt, a fine piece. From the illustrations to the colors used, you can tell that she knows what she’s doing.

Looking at the image in contrast with the original model, it’s obvious that she tried to translate it as best as she could. Of course, she did take some artistic liberties, but they don’t degrade the value of the artwork. From the heightened armor spikes to the oversized blade, it gives the Makuta a very menacing look. Especially since he’s shrouded in shadow.

Another thing is the coloring. This is where she took another liberty, but I feel it works really effectively. Ahpolki’s original model used a lot of dark and lime green. While this is still present in the piece, she made them more vibrant and luminous, giving him the appearance that he’s glowing with energy.

One last thing is that she changed his orange eyes to purple, and I feel this works way better with the rest of the image. It gives Nzavokh a sinister look to him, and it looks really good. Too bad Ahpolki can’t translate this to his actual MOC.

And while I doubt Toa-Niretta will ever see this spotlight, I want to applaud her on this fine piece, and I’m glad it found its way to our little community here.

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Featured Creation

Ondara
C1Ondara2

What’s this? Chalk33 having something on the Main Page? No way! It’s been… I’m actually not sure how long it’s been since Chalk’s had a spotlight on here, but I’m happy to welcome him back.

Today, he brings his Toa of Stone, Toa Ondara, to be needlessly criticized featured on the Main Page.

Now, I know some people will instantly disregard this MOC, calling it “too simple” or “subpar”, but I would beg to differ. While this MOC isn’t incredibly complex, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have any value. In fact, I feel this creation does its job effectively.

Already, Ondara brings something to the table that is quite unusual for a Toa of Stone (besides the fact that she’s female). And this is the fact that her color scheme features red in addition to her tan and gray colors. This decision already sets her apart, and really gives her a fantastic look. The red and tan contrast beautifully, making her colors pop.

Moving onto the build itself, as I mentioned, it’s pretty simple, but really well done. It features a blend of TECHNIC and CCBS elements, and they work actually really well together. There are several interesting little designs spread through her build. I’m not even sure how a few of these were accomplished, which is a good thing.

Her weapon is also a point of interest, as it is quite uniquely built. It’s unconventional, indeed, but it also works well with her whole aesthetic, and is really neat.

One last point of interest is that Ondara was one of the original six Toa Chalk created on the wiki back in 2013, starting as a male Toa of Stone named Ondo, but was revamped and changed to a female. I think this decision worked very well for her. It’s a great MOC and I love everything about it.

Now, go give Chalk a plate of cookies and a pat on the back for a job well done.

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Featured Story

Spotlight: Calder
Spotlight-Calder

Hang on.

Chalk has two spotlights on the Main Page this month? What is this witchcraft? It can’t be possible! And it’s a story? Inconceivable!

You know what? I can’t write this. It’s too out of character of Chalk to actually do work on the wiki. This would be a gross injustice for me to finish this. I quit.

Fine. I’ll write it.

With the voting decided by a literal dice roll, Spotlight: Calder is a one-shot short story centering around, you guessed it, Toa Spotlight Calder. The last time we saw Calder was in Hang 'Em High, which was written for the 2016 Halloween Writing Contest, and it’s good to see her again.

Following the vein of last month’s Vs Zyglak, this story offers a snapshot into Calder’s life. It deals with her trying to cope with the disappearance of her comrade, Toa Varian, as well as the departure of Toa Norik.

The story then goes onto introduce Krayt, an Arbiter and good friend of Calder. He attempts to help her through her grief, urging her to focus on other things instead of fixating on what she’s lost.

Later, Calder comes into combat with the Dark Hunter ‘Conjurer’, in a training match. At first, the female Toa of Ice gets the upper-hand, but it then tips in favor in the Hunter, before ultimately reverting back to the short’s namesake, who delivers the winning blow.

While not a particularly long story, it is an interesting one. I feel the spotlight story type is a good way to include a character in a story without having to make a big deal out of it, such as a novel or serial.

And the writing is pretty fast-paced, so the story moves along rather quickly. Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, because I’m assuming the fight scene is the main part of the story. And with the fight scene, you feel the action as its described, and it works really quite well.

Overall, it’s a great little story and a fascinating look into the character of Calder. I highly recommend it and hope to see more from Chalk in the coming months.

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Featured User

Ahpolki Inika
Ahpolki 1

To complete his domination of the main page this month, we honor Ahpolki Inika as our Featured User. We last saw Ahpolki in this particular section at the end of 2013. Now he’s back, and in the five years since he was last spotlighted, he has grown and accomplished much.

Having originally joined on May 7, 2011, Ahpolki has been a consistent contributor since then. Having edits almost everyday or every other day for the last seven years, he has made his mark as one of the wiki’s most frequent users.

Aside from his dedication to editing, he has also proven himself to be a capable content creator. If you were to visit Ahpolki’s userpage, you’ll find a very long list of articles he’s created. Because there are many, I’ll only name the more notable ones. He has characters such as his self-MOC Ahpolki, his secondary self-MOC Stonewall, Isenvokte, Ekumas, Jismal, and Defaal.

Of course, you won’t find just articles he’s created, but ones he’s adopted as well. After the adoption policy went into effect, Ahpolki began rescuing condemned pages, and has amassed the largest collection of adopted pages, such as Jioney, who we spotlighted above.

He has also written several stories, some for his own storyline, and some for various contests over the years. These include, but are not limited to: Through The Mirror, The Eyes of Dathachuri, The Forgotten Shadow of Ukara, and Speed of Sound. I recommend giving these all a read.

When he’s not editing, he can be found either gaming or frequenting in the Custom BIONICLE Discord, where he contributes discussion about fanon and canon alike, trying to broaden the boundaries of the established lore and coming up with interesting ideas to fit within it.

To wrap this package up is the fact that Ahpolki is one of the nicest people you can meet on this site. He radiates a cheery demeanor and is an absolute joy to talk to. Seldom does he have something unsavory to say; instead he focuses on being kind and sharing an interest in our beloved LEGO toyline.

All in all, Ahpolki Inika is a true gem of a user, and is a great example of what a CBW user should be. Here’s to his seven years and the hopefully many more to come.

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