(Apologies, I looked into it and noticed that The Powers That Be does not have more written, though I suppose the question could work in the case of any potential future material, however unlikely).
2017-02-11 10:27 UTC–5Permalink
2017-02-11 16:08 UTC–5Permalink
I would like to ask you some questions that are bugging me for some time now.
1.Do the Matorans and other inhabitans (Rahi, Skakdi, Visorak, Toa, etc) of the Matoran Universe have to eat food?
2.If so, what ?
3.When the Great Spirit Robot is lying horizontally, are the spheres, containing the islands, rotating, so that they are horizontally to?
4.Is it true that all fan-universes are canon in the infinite Bionicle-multiverse?
5.Are the objects and beings in the archives of Metru Nui things that were collected during the journey of the Great Spirit Robot to various planets?
6.If so, for which purpose?
7.Are the archives of Metru Nui an intended metaphor for memories?
8.Did the Great Spirit Robot ever visited earth?
9.Are you involved in the upcoming Ninjago-movie?
10.If so, in which ways?
11.Did you heared of the easteregg of Bionicle in a Green Lantern-comic?
12.If so, does it mean that Bionicle is canon in the DC-multiverse?
Thank you for responding! And a general thank you for answering fan questions!
Have a great day!
2017-02-11 16:25 UTC–5Permalink
In addition to my question-bundle I wanted to thank you.
You were always a great inspiration-source for me and had
always a well influence for me and my creative work.
Thank you for inspiring me.
Thank you for making Bionicle.
Thank you for interacting with the fans.
Have a great day!
2017-02-11 19:44 UTC–5Permalink
1) When exactly did the Earth Tribe discover EP? I need this info to put it in the BS01 timeline. From the story you gave us, it seems that the ELs had already been created, as the ELoE is the one that decides what is going to be done with the liquid, so maybe in the 3000 years that the ELs ruled? If so, was it a long or a short time before the Ice Tribe found the EP spring?
2) Is Primal searching for his companion now that the GSR has been dismantled? If so, have they already reunited?
3) In Journey's End, Angonce was able to make a wall shift frome having a window to none with his thoughts, and you later said that this was because the wall was made with a material that responded to thought. This makes me wonder, was this material something found in nature or was it developed by the Great Beings? If the latter is correct, did they make it intentionally or by accident?
4) Have you had some time to read those stories that were supposed to be canonized?
Also, two posts with my questions have been buried like 7 times. Their latest reposts are on page 906 (posts 3-4), and since I'm kinda tired of reposting them could you try to go back and answer them?
2017-02-11 20:17 UTC–5Permalink
I think I might be able to help you with this:
1. It wouldn't have a color scheme because the element itself doesn't exist. Unfortunately, Greg has stated that no more elements will be introduced into the canon. Of course, there's nothing stopping you from just making something up, but it won't be officially recognized.
2. Orange and white
3. Jaller left it behind in the Pit.
2017-02-11 22:18 UTC–5Permalink
How do we know that toa of plasma are orange and white?
2017-02-11 22:33 UTC–5Permalink
I got another question for you.
When Nuparu first utilized the Boxor, it somehow overcame three Gahlok, despite it taking multiple of these vehicles to best even a single Bohrok. According to what sources I can dig up, the Bohrok initially fled from Nuparu. So my question is as follows:
Why? A retreat doesn't seem like something the Bohrok would do. Whenever they'd been shown to flee in the past, it was always after suffering large losses, so why would they immidiately turn tail and run when confronted with the Boxor?
2017-02-11 23:18 UTC–5Permalink
1. To further iterate, actually: Toa of plasma are already practically the Toa of the sun. As stars have plasma in them.
Greg, I made a typo in question 2, I meant Mimic not Primal (for some reason I always confuse them in my head)
2017-02-12 08:24 UTC–5Permalink
2017-02-12 08:34 UTC–5Permalink
Buried, I think.
Apologies if you've already answered this, but I've kinda shot myself in the foot by not tracking replies!
So if you have already, could you please direct me to the answer? Many thanks!
2017-02-12 15:04 UTC–5Permalink
If the Toa had been aware of Mata Nui's nature and the Bohrok's purpose back during the 2002 story, could they have convinced the Bahrag to stop the invasion?
2017-02-13 03:43 UTC–5Permalink
1. In WoS, Keetongu was shown curing the Hordika with an eerie-glow that resembled some sort of power, while in other locations he is described to have an extensive knowledge of anti-venoms used to cure the hordika. Which is accurate?
2. Is this unique to Keetongu, or a part of his species?
3. There are sevral differences between the films and their novelizations (for example, in WoS, the novel had the Boggarak that Roodaka ordered to jump off the colliseum land on a concealed ledge, while in the movie they wern't so lucky). Which source is to be taken as the canon interpretation of such events?
2017-02-13 10:52 UTC–5Permalink
A. Greg confirmed it
B. the color scheme is mentioned in the books
C. The colors are listed as such on literally every Bionicle related wiki
Go to Biosector01. They have virtually all relevant Bionicle information that you could possibly want.
2017-02-13 12:41 UTC–5Permalink
1) As I recall, it was explained to me that it's essentially a combination of the two -- he can produce an anti-venom, but only if he knows what the venom is and what it does.
2) It's a species trait.
3) Couple things -- one, the books were written based on scripts which, in many cases, were changed by the time the movie was actually filmed. In cases like the one you cited, I made the change because I knew LEGO was not going to approve a story that included a mass suicide.
2017-02-13 12:42 UTC–5Permalink
Probably not. As far as the Bahrag were concerned, the signal was received and they were doing what they were supposed to do. They were, essentially, bureaucrats following policy.