Sunday, April 22, 2007

Against the Current

from this thread:

Perhaps there is a niche for more thoughtful Bionicle stories.

Citizen Kanua. Wealthy chronicler Kanua looks for happiness his entire life but really just wants his lava sled back.

Lorans of Mata Nui. The koros are splintered and bickering even while under attack. Lorans convinces them to work for their common good.

The Ga-Koro Connection. Infected masks are flooding the streets and Popaiadoia does whatever it takes to find out where they are coming from.

Ussal Driver. Bikkolo, damaged by war, finds himself unable to fit into society. Things go very wrong when he tries to defend the honor of a Ga-koran.

Waiting for Godo. (No adaption needed, works as is.)

The Maltese Gukko. She said she wanted protection but she's really after fabulous treasure.

The Good, The Bad and the Rahi
. The Toa With No Name contends with treachery on the hunt for fabulous treasure.

Treasure of the Sierra Ihu
. Prospectors contend with treachery — and madness — on the hunt for fabulous treasure.

Treasure Nui
. Naive Matoran find map, seek ... fabulous treasure. There is also treachery.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Alarm clock runs away gone commercial

Clocky. The prototype was made out of Lego. At least the wheels were.
I will hold out for the plush version.

Boy jailed over clock change mix-up

Boy jailed over clock change mix-up This makes me so mad! How many idiots does it take to raze a village? If the idiot witnesses (the principal and anyone who listened to the message and had access to the timestamps) and the idiot police don't dress in burlap and cover themselves in ashes at the feet of this child then there is no justice.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

ape/satyr/cow-skull thingie

From the parts bin

Shown in conflict (inevitable conflict) with a Toa in dog-catcher livery. Back story ... um. Soulless spectre spawned from the unleashed passions of an ancient battle between titans so ancient themselves that their very names are forgotten and their iron bones, as broad as pylons, wore to dust.

Darth Vader Easter Egg (and more)

There is such a thing as a Darth Vader Easter Egg. That is, the ovum of a chicken with decoration, not a hidden bit of software.

Monday, April 09, 2007

The Cat is on the Car

In the tradition of The Cat Is on the Roof, I present The Cat Is on the Car.

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