“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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To the surprise of absolutely nobody, Windfall the wanderer is on the main page once more, this time claiming the Featured Article spotlight, again proving that there is more than one person entering Featured Creation every month.
With a staggeringly faithful and studiously researched opening about the character’s early life as a Matoran, the Tusval article stands as a shining testament to how any aspiring writer should pen a comprehensive and broad history for their creation – and there are few characters more deserving of this treatment than the great Tusval. As CBW’s second Toa of Gravity to rock his own narrative, the character’s abridged personal biography is here proven to be expansive and intriguing.
Acting as the earliest Chronicler of his village on Ora Nui, Tusval would relocate to a village in the Southern Continent after many centuries of service, notably weathering the League of Six Kingdoms and several Rahi invasions. However, gifted the Toa Power of Calorrid, Tusval’s mundane life would take an unexpected turn when he was transformed into a Toa of Gravity. Guided by Toa Zasere in the neighboring village, Tusval soon traveled to the Toa Fortress, where he received training from a fraternity of experienced warriors.
Taking quickly to the use of his Kanohi and mastering his elemental Gravity powers under the tutelage of Toa Theac, Tusval would continue his adventures under the instruction of his contemporaries, forming working relationships with figures such as Mareela, Oto, and Vahna before joining the Toa Aonalgin in an honoray capacity.
To hear more about the adventures of Tusval and his cohorts, be sure to check out the Sentinels Storyline!
And he’s back. By “he” I mean no other than BionicleChicken! And this time he’s brought us one of his latest pieces, titled “Skoff”.
Now unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last eight years, you will be able to immediately realize that the subject of this piece is none other than Skorr, a Zeverek bounty hunter created by BC’s evil twinChicken Bond.
Alright, now that we’ve got that down, we move onto the image itself. As usual, BC has masterfully captured Skorr’s model while putting his own artistic spin on it. But, if you’ll notice, this is not the current form of the bounty hunter, but instead is his original form, dating all the way back to 2011, which will most likely fuel some nostalgia for several veteran users here.
In this picture, he has placed the bounty hunter in a crouching position at the edge of a cave entrance, most likely ready to pounce on an unsuspecting target. I also feel that BC has managed to capture Skorr’s personality in this image, from the scowl to the look in his orange eyes.
The coloring in this piece is also masterfully executed. BC has taken a darker tone in his approach and I feel it works very well. The dim lighting coming from below and the way it splashed across the scene, especially on Skorr himself.
Welp, that’s my two cents. Give BC a pat on the back (or don’t, he may not like it), and give him a cookie (maybe).
Making his grand return to the Main Page not long after his return to activity, I’d like to welcome Vorred back into the Featured Creation spot with his MOC, Ridor.
Ridor is one of Vorred’s newest MOCs, created in preparation for his upcoming comic story Awakening. However, he is no newcomer to the Remains storyline, having appeared in both Lost and Elegy. And now he’s back, in revamped form, nonetheless.
Now onto the actual creation, this MOC is a great improvement over his previous incarnation. Ridor now possesses a fully custom torso as well as posable legs, arms, neck and fingers. A tremendous difference over his first version, as he was originally built as a Metru Matoran. I feel this now gives a lot more personality to the MOC and opens the door to several in-story possibilities.
Onto the color scheme; Ridor utilizes a Mata green and gray palette that works extremely well for him and creates a figure who is pleasing to the eye and highlights the build of an incredible model. And if you hadn’t noticed, Vorred has used a European misprinted Kanohi Matatu for this Matoran’s mask.
And last but not least, we move onto his weapon. Ridor carries a large hammer as his tool of defense and as usual, Vorred has created a very interesting weapon for one of his creations. The hammer possesses a long brown handle with a knob piece at one end and the actual hammer piece at the other. The piece is made out of two pieces of Unity from the 2016 wave and create a very effective weapon.
Alright, go congratulate Vorred on a job well done and keep an eye on for more updates on his upcoming story Awakening.
As the first story in the Kronian Multiverse Saga, Dark Future has an entire world it needs to flesh out before the rest of the saga can unfold. Moreover, the dimensions of Time and Space are completely different as Farion establishes not only that his ambitious story takes place in a world of space, planets, and systems, but Time itself has ground to a halt due to the cataclysmic event known as the Universal Paralysis. To make matters worse, a powerful empire known as the Temporal Empire led by the Primal Beast and Kraxatus threatens conquest of the entire realm, to the dismay of the Galactic Council. With this in mind, Farion embarks on a story truly worthy of the main page.
A team of Toa led by the mysterious Toa of Light, Farion must defeat Kraxatus, overthrow the Temporal Empire, and restore the flow of Time. But their paths are not to be easy as they must first figure out how Time can possibly be restored. And even if it can be repaired, the Toa must first make it past legions of undead soldiers, Krataxus, and the Primal Beast, Temporus himself before the physical universe is to be repaired.
Farion has put a great deal of effort into this story. While there are occasional errors here or there, these are minor and don’t generally stand in the way of the story. It is a long read, one of the wiki’s top ten pages. However, it’s well-worth the time and having just finished it myself not long ago, I can say that this is an excellent addition to our library, and I highly anticipate the next entry of the story.
It’s been some time coming, but after about three and a half years of activity on the wiki, the time has come for Pozico to claim a position on the main page.
Pozico joined in early 2014 within days of his real-life friend and partner-in-crime, Karov Kurad. The two have since worked together on a handful of collaborations in moccing and writing, the largest of which being Deception of Honor, a story revolving around namely their self-mocs, as well as other prominent characters.
However, this is not to say Pozico limits himself to this. The industrious user also embarks on his own works, developing industrious projects of his own such as the recent Mastery's End and two other stories which are now considered noncanon. Nonetheless, they serve to highlight just how far Pozico has come in his time on the wiki.
So even if we might not see him as often as we would like, we very much appreciate the time that he does spend here. Be sure to congratulate Pozico the next time he pops in, as he has earned a position on this main page and in CBW annals.
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"Perhaps it was that ravishing top hat. Or the classy, oh so classy, cigar that slowly turned in Icarax (Shadowmaster)’s mouth. Nay, it must be the sunglasses. It seemed like Icarax (Shadowmaster) wore a different pair each time the lord of all demonspawn saw him; he must have at least fifty shades."