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LEGO® Bionicle Parts
Bionicle was a line of Lego construction toys, marketed primarily to 8- to 16-year-olds. Originally, the Bionicle theme fell under the LEGO® Technic series. But soon became a stand-alone theme The line was launched in Europe and Australia in late 2000, and only later in North and South America in 2001. Over the next decade, it became one of Lego's best-selling themes. Despite a planned lifespan of 20 years, the theme was discontinued in 2010, but got a reboot in 2015 for another two years.
The story of LEGO® Bionicle
Generation 1 (2000-2010) Set in a science-fantasy universe with a variety of cyborgs, the main story revolves around the exploits of the Toa, heroic beings with elemental powers tasked with protecting the Matoran, the main inhabitants of their world, and resurrecting the Great Spirit Mata Nui, their divine protector who had fallen into a coma at the hands of the evil Makuta. The first story is set on the tropical island of Mata Nui, named after the Great Spirit, and deals with the arrival of the six Toa Mata (later transformed into the more powerful Toa Nuva) and their adventures in protecting the Matoran villagers from Makuta's minions. Much emphasis is placed on the Kanohi masks worn by the Toa, which supplement their elemental powers with abilities such as super strength and super speed. The second series is set before the events of the first, on an island city called Metru Nui. It follows another group of Toa who would later become Turaga, the Matoran elders, and explains how they all end up on the island of Mata Nui. In the third arc (2006-2008), a new team of Toa goes in search of the Mask of Life, an artefact that can save the dying Mata Nui. A fourth series (2009), originally intended as a soft reboot of the franchise, introduces the desert world of Bara Magna and its inhabitants. However, future storylines were scrapped after Lego cancelled Bionicle later that year and replaced it with a storyline that concluded the main story in 2010. Characters such as the Toa and Matoran are usually divided into tribes based on six "primary" elements: fire, water, air, earth, stone, and ice. Less common "secondary" elements, such as light, gravity and lightning, were introduced in 2003. The 2009 storyline, which centres on a different society, uses a similar grouping method for its Glatorian and Agori characters. The entire saga was developed for a multimedia platform by a team of Lego employees led by Bob Thompson and includes animations, comic books, novels, console and online games, short stories, and a series of direct-to-DVD films - Bionicle: Mask of Light (2003), Bionicle 2: Legends of Metru Nui (2004), Bionicle 3: Web of Shadows (2005), and Bionicle: The Legend Reborn (2009). Most of the comics and novels were written by Greg Farshtey, who also published a number of in-character blogs, series and podcasts. After the toy line was discontinued, publication of these series continued until 2011, before stopping abruptly due to Farshtey's other commitments. Generation 2 (2015-2016) A reboot of the original story, the revival chronicles the adventures of six elemental Toa heroes who protect the bio-mechanical inhabitants of the mystical island of Okoto from Makuta and his minions. The characters are again divided into six elemental tribes: fire, water, jungle (changed from air for creative reasons), earth, stone and ice. Online animation, a series of books and novels written by Ryder Windham, and the animated Netflix series Lego Bionicle: The Journey to One (2016) detail the story. Greg Farshtey did still serve as creative advisor. for the 2nd generation.
LEGO® Bionicle parts order
Have you lost a part from your LEGO® Bionicle set? Or are you looking for that one special LEGO® brick to complete your build? Via our parts page you can easily enter the set number for which you are looking for the missing LEGO® brick and our website will immediately show you all LEGO® parts that are in that set. You can also search for parts by LEGO® ID number, part name and even by part colour. This way, you can quickly and easily complete your Bionicle LEGO® set or give your own creation the perfect look. Also take a look at all the stickers available. Here you will also find many nice stickers to dress up your MOC.
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