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In the time before time, on a golden beach, on the distant world of Spherus Magna, two matoran villagers and their Rahi companions meet, and a new legend begins. Are they friends or foes? You decide.
Bionicle was a popular brand of buildable robot action figures released by the Lego company that ran from 2001 to 2010 and then again from 2015 to 2016. These matoran are new characters heavily inspired by 2001 when we were introduced to the legend of the Bionicle for the first time.
This set includes a lot of Bionicle inspired play features like Mask Swapping. The three masked characters can trade masks just as they did in 2001.
Rahi Riding: Just like in the classic Mata Nui Online Game the Matoran characters can ride the included Ussal crab.
Technic Functions: Just like the original Ussals this new Ussal has an optional ability to box with it's claws using rubber bands.
Projectile Launchers: Just like the latter years of Bionicle these matoran include projectile launchers for self-defense or taking down the bad guys. They can assist your Bionicle, Hero Factory, Ninjago, or Monkey Kid heroes in saving the day. They also have the ability to hold many minifig accessories.
I spent a lot of time researching and developing this ideas project after seeing the issues my first ideas project had. I wanted to make an affordable, detailed, and fun Bionicle experience, that invokes nostalgia for the past while also being something new.
Please support this Lego ideas project so we can continue the legend of the Bionicle in as close to the form it was back in 2001 as possible while still working well with today's Lego offerings.