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My Bionicle Description . This is just a description of how I view the world of Bionicle. . You'll see that when I refer to a Bionicle creation, like a Toa or Anti-Toa, I'll specify a level number. This is used to determine how powerful a particular model is. For example: Level 1: An original Toa. Like Pohatu or Kopaka. Level 2: Might be an original Toa with a couple add ons, like an extra weapon or upgraded boots. Level 3: A Toa Nuva. Level 4: A Toa Nuva with one or two extra weapons. Level 5: A Toa Nuva with extra weapons and upgraded boots. Level 6: A Toa Nuva with extra weapons, upgraded boots, and select pieces from Bohrok sets. Level 7: A Toa Nuva with at least 5 weapons, like: two Onua claws, two swords, and maybe Bohrok shields with upgraded boots. Level 8: Same as above with advanced armor and built up shoulders. Level 9: Same as a Level 8 but with a staff of power perhaps. Level 10: A Toa with maxed-out weapons, armor, and boots. Higher then 10 would require two or more staffs of power, gold masks, all 12 or more of an original Toa's masks, a large size with few or no weak points, and/or immaculate weaponry and armor. A "Staff of Power," for example, is a term refering to the staff that my Tahu model (Level 9) has. These greatly increase the power and energy a Toa can produce, or use, in battle. My Makuta model has one of these as well. The "Anti-Toa" are the opposites of the Toa, if you couldn't tell from the name. They represent some of the Toa's arch enemies, as the Rahkshi are the Toa's arch nemesis as well. The Bohrok represent a battle, whereas the Rahkshi and Anti-Toa represent the war. The Bohrok-Kal are also a great foe of the Toa, mainly because their opposing elemental powers. If all this description did was confuse you, let me know in a review. I will try to post examples of each level in a seperate folder if I find time.


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