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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

Final Push (Fractures Alternate Universe)
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Worldbuilding is an area of fanfiction generally left to the canon, alternate universe pages and one-off expository paragraphs in stories on the CBW, but perhaps this trend is coming to an end. BobTheDoctor27’s Final Push describes the specific history of a campaign led by Toa Takanuva in his famous Fractures Universe, summarizing the context and battles with sufficient detail that’s informative but not painstaking. He explains a pivotal period of time for his story expertly with just a few more than a dozen reasonable lengthed paragraphs.

The article goes over what led to the Final Push, how Takanuva refused to give up hope and leads his forces into Makuta-controlled territory to strike at the bulk of their armies. It details each of the three critical victories of the Order of Mata Nui’s forces: The Battle of Artidax, the Battle of the Southern Island Chain, and the Battle of Altronia. The basics of what occurred in each battle and the effects are summarized quite nicely, and I highly suggest you go give the whole thing a read. It won’t take you more than a few minutes.

Personally, I think we need more article like this one. Unique, well thought out, and not just another cookie-cutter character article. So give it a read, then go out there and show us what surprises you have up your sleeves.

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Featured Image

Fractures Burial

Well, our friendly neighborhood doctor certainly seems to take great joy in burying the remains of his MOCs. And MOC corpses in general. And various other forms of MOC abuse. And ripping off Vorred. And after all that he has the nerve to call Bond the worst person ever.

The question of ethical treatment for MOCs aside, this image is definitely one of the most striking we’ve ever had featured on the main page. The picture is crisp, the subject dominates the shot despite being mostly covered in earth. Which leads into the second point: Bob actually went to the trouble of taking this picture using actual plants and earth. This not only adds to the realism of the image, but makes everyone’s inner child cringe at the at the thought of potentially losing a piece to the earth. The dedication Bob has to his work is evident once again.

Of course, we are left to wonder who this poor (presumably) Le-Matoran is and what happened to leave him rotting in some obscure wilderness, ribs poking out of the earth, what little organic matter he had originally long stripped from his skeleton. Was he someone of importance? Why was he killed? Does he even matter at all, or has Bob sunk to new levels of depravity? Only time shall tell.

So sit back and take a moment to enjoy this wonderfully constructed image. Just don’t stare too long, or you might start to question it. After all, who but a madman could be so despotic towards his creations?

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Featured Creation

Caine: 76

ChineseLegolas is back with yet another nifty creation for us to behold. Made from over 600 pieces and twenty hours of long, hard work, Caine: 76 is the culmination of years working with constraction and system pieces, and a fitting finale for the very impressive career of this clever MOCist. That’s not to say we won’t see the odd MOC pop up on occasion, but it would seem as though the days of MOC blogs are behind him.

Caine: 76 is a war automaton, a robotic imitation of a Toa designed for combat. The MOC exemplifies the character, looking terrifically robotic and yet still carrying itself like a Toa. Its whole build exudes the calm, collected feeling one would expect from an automaton, though it still looks ready to tear through anything that gets in his way. An interesting mix of system and constraction parts, Caine has a very interesting texture and look to it that sets it apart from most other MOCs.

Perhaps the most exciting and eye-catching feature of this already exciting and eye-catching creation is the working shotgun. Yes, you read that correctly. Working shotgun. It can be loaded, fired, and even open up to fix jams. Not only that, but it looks remarkably good for being functional, a trait which usually hits pretty heavily on the aesthetics of any LEGO creation. But ChineseLegolas has made it work, and definitely deserves cookies.

While it’s quite a saddening thought that we won’t be seeing much more from ChineseLegolas in the way of MOCs, at least he’s left us with this little gem for us to feast our eyes upon. May he succeed wonderfully in all future ventures (especially if they’ll lead him back to his BIONICLE pieces).

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Featured Story

All the Pretty Things
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Set in the war torn V Osade Alternate Universe, All the Pretty Things is the story of a Matoran, a Toa, and a secret weapon lost long ago. Everyone's new favorite matoran (sorry Glonor) Elisis and the unidentified last surviving member of an equally unidentified Toa team face off against a rogue Lykos commander who wants to destroy Elisis' village so she can acquire an ancient Lykos plasma weapon she can use to destroy the Lykos Republic and end the war.

It’s a quaint little story that focuses on a different part of the conflict between the Lykos Republic and the rest of the Matoran Universe. It also spotlights yet another faction of Lykos, one that believes the Republic has gone too far and needs to be eradicated. Tonally, it's a definite change of pace from the grim hopelessness that characterizes FireDrag1091's V Osade stories, with a far more optimistic look at the devastated universe.

The story isn't long, it took me about ten minutes to get through while giving it a close reading for this spotlight, so really it shouldn’t take any longer than that even if you aren't the fastest reader. So the next time you need a break, pull up All the Pretty Things and enjoy.

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Featured User

I39 Arker9

So this bloke's back on the main page again. I don’t remember inviting him, but apparently everybody else thought it was a good idea.

Invader's the other guy who was promoted to admin when I was, and has been busy since then. He's been deleting stubs, marking stubs, marking wikify pages, etc etc, all that typical maintenance stuff. He's also been helping update the main page recently, participating in a plethora of behind-the-scenes admin work, and has also managed to stay up to date on his own content. An impressive feat, to be sure.

In addition, just last November he completed the first season/series/book of his web series The Arker Chronicles, eight episodes produced over a two year period from 2013 to 2015. He is currently working on the production of the second book, A Broken World. The series holds claim to being one of the few CBW based film projects that has actually been completed to any significant degree in recent history. Props to Invader for making his dream a reality unlike so many other poor souls.

It would seem Invader is still on the rise, and who knows what we can expect from him as he further settles into his niche on the wiki. We will be watching his career with great interest.

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Manual of Style

Before making articles, we recommend that all new users read through our Manual of Style, the quintessential guidelines to article layouts on this wiki. The Manual explains the manner in which all articles should be made and how they should be structured. The wiki staff uphold the Manual of Style as the necessary format of all articles, so we advise that in order to prevent your articles from entering our improvement categories, you have a quick read through of the Manual.

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As a fanon site, the Custom BIONICLE Wiki has a number of articles that do match our layout guides. Help out the wiki now, by updating, improving, categorizing, revising and adapting the articles found in categories such as the Article stubs, Articles for wikification or Outdated Template Articles, so they match our Manual of Style. Partake in this project and help bring the articles found in these categories back up to scratch with the community's expectations.

Featured Trivia

  • In early drafts of Over Your Shoulder, it was planned that Vancha would appear as an Av-Matoran disguised as a Bo Matoran living in Metru-Nui, who Toa Tollubo was charged with protecting. If this had gone through, Vancha would have been destined to transform into a Toa, making him a significant threat to the Brotherhood of Makuta. However, the character was dropped from the story at the last minute and replaced with Hollian. He would later reappear in Zero Hour as a regular Bo-Matoran.

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