It seems a rather iconic figure of the wiki has graced us with his presence on the main page this month. Standing up for truth, justice, and underrepresented Matoran everywhere, Glonor has become a universal problem solver and remains immensely popular amongst fans, second only to The Mighty Thode
He has more alternate universe iterations than you can count on one Glatorian hand, and has starred in his own critically-acclaimed story serial. Quite the résumé for a four-and-a-half foot tall otherwise obscure former military official. One would obviously expect such a character to have an article as glorious as he is, and as usual
(except for that one time) BobTheDoctor27 does not fail to deliver. We are provided with a reasonably long, carefully thought-out, and informative article that tells you everything you could possibly want to know about our dapper friend Glonor other than when he’ll find that Toa stone already.
For anyone (if such a person exists) who is unfamiliar with his backstory, I will provide a brief summary. Glonor’s idyllic life in Karda Nui was brought to an abrupt end by the Time Slip organized by the Order of Mata Nui, when he was relocated to the military capital of the Matoran Universe, Vacca Nui. There he made a name for himself in ranks of the Vacca Nui military, though after a long and relatively successful career he left the island, feeling he no longer belonged after a critical injury on the field of battle during the brutal civil war. He wandered the universe for years, eventually meeting up and joining a group of other Av-Matoran during the Reign of Shadows. The group would later emigrate to Spherus Magna, where they stumbled across a dimensional portal projector once used by the Great Beings. The unspoken leader of the group, the now-Toa Tollubo, feeling his talents were unappreciated in his home universe, chose to use the device to travel to a universe where he could make himself useful. Glonor and the others would reluctantly follow him through.
His story would continue in the immensely popular Fractures Universe storyline as he made his place in this strange new world. Glonor’s article is a model example of what one should aim for when making an article: it’s enjoyable to read; complies with our Manual of Style and Layout Guide; and to top it all off, it’s packed with quality content and sufficient amounts of fluff. Read it and weep.
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