These are in an order. Lignix or Legend : Mata Nui Yes it is , Gelu, Kiina, Vastus, Ackar, and Stronius. Kopaka - A cold guy, who cares and seems frankly more efficient than the other Toa. One of the most terrifying things about Zaktan is the fact that his body is made up of millions of microscopic insects that he can shift and manipulate at will. Gali could blast the daylights out of them if she were near the ocean. Their size ranges from the small to the titanic. He was a major character in Maze of Shadows and Time Trap, which are not coincidentally the two best books in the Bionicle canon.
I kinda disliked how he got sidelined in later years, but I suppose it was necessary to move on from that great story to other great stories. He made a pretty big mistake and learned from it, instead of going bitter or acting proud. I've loved watching his character develop over the course of that decade. His creepiness and intelligence were awesome. Awesome-factor further upped by having some of the best quotes. I liked her fight with Krahka, her movie voice, and the fate she got after that. Zaktan : One of my favorite villains, and one of the most original.
He initially appeared in Time Trap, and became a major force in the setting ever since then. As an Inika, Hahli was horrible, in my opinion. Like Legends of Metru Nui, Web of Shadows is a prequel to the first film,. Hydraxon, because he is juse awesome. He must be important to get so much attention. The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia's.
Tahu could incinerate all of them if he were near a lava stream of which to draw heat from. The computer-generated effects were praised by some critics, stating that they could be appreciated even though the film was geared toward teenagers and young people. Bionicle comes to a end in 2010 where hero factory will … replace it. MakutaThis guy had a lot of depth. He must be important to get so much attention. Really, though, he was an adventurer at heart, and I like the attitude, always the willingness to explore. In 1980s toy companies perfected the art of getting kids to adore their products through elaborate yet morally simplistic plots and tons of characters with cool names in gimmicks.
I love all the Piraka, actually. I really liked the Inika builds. The story was epic in tone and scope, and was scattered throughout comics, movies, podcasts, story serials, games, and over two dozen books, with almost all of it was created by Greg Farshtey. They were fresh and so new the first year, and they were simply the best pre-made torso part ever. KopakaBecause he can defeat three Rahkshi by himself.
I've loved watching his character develop over the course of that decade. Lego overstepped some cultural and legal boundaries while trying to trademark actual Maori words as character names. Vakama: He was very interesting and relatable Ahkmou: It was intriguing how he resented his duty and turned out evil. In his protowolf form he can easily pick up way more than any Toa with a Pakari. Vakama- Saved Time stream, turned bad, turned good. The Dark Hunters, wanting the stone, were after her, so she framed them for the murder of several Matoran so that Lhikan and Nidhiki would chase them away.
But here are mine, in no particular order: Teridax: Favorite villain of all time. The Toa return to the Coliseum and engage the Visorak. And my overall favourite is Jaller, because he tries to break the mold in terms of the hot-tempered characteristic that seems to be traditional for Toa of Fire; as well as the fact that he took time to get input from his teammates, rather than disregard their viewpoints. Lego had already done that work with the substantial amount of story created for the line. You also have to consider their Kanohi. Fully aware that his actions have freed the Master of Shadows, Vakama is nevertheless confident that they can stop him again. Norik frees his fellow Rahaga and joins the Toa, but Roodaka arrives and demands control over the Toa's elemental powers.
His character arc was genius and one of my favorite parts of the story. These toys had a staggering amount of lore and backstory to them, across all sorts of mediums. Lego ran the Bionicle line for ten whole years, and I was there for all of them. PohatuBecause where would Kopaka be without Pohatu? Brutaka, because he was one of the few characters in the story started out good, turned bad, then returned to being good again. Onua could kill six at once if they were underground, he'd just crush them. Zaktan - The leader of the Piraka, made up of protodites, seeking the Mask of Life to help his greatest idol, Makuta. Gelu: If you've read Raid on Vulcanus, then you don't need any more explanation.