This idea popped into my head a few moments ago, and is brilliant, I think.
I present to you:
- Born to a Mangaian mother and Ihuan father
- Both of them are killed in a riot, for being a couple and having a child
- Krika is saved by an unknown matoran who then leaves him at the entrance of the house of the Brotherhood of Makuta in Kanae.
- It could be revealed that the Matoran was actually Bingzak, who was traveling in Ihu when he came over the infant
- The Brotherhood takes care of the infant, raising him
- Krika becomes a member, doing tasks the Brotherhood gives him.
- Some of such tasks are assassinations, Krika however, gives his victims a chance to escape to a different region and never return, because he does not want to become one of those matorans who killed his innocent parents.
- Because of his independent thinking and his unorthodox methods of dealing with his targets, other members of the Brotherhood deemed him weak and traitorous, but he was still allowed to stay, because even when he did not kill the matorans who were doing problems to the Brotherhood, banishment also solved the problems.
He might have met young Vizuna (Lewa) during her stay in the Brotherhood
He had a personality of sadness. He seemed to be in constant depression, quiet and keeping to himself
His body is of red, pink and white colors, with bright red eyes.
- He was given a white Pakari, but he painted few red lines on it to remind him of his mother
- During the Matoran Civil War, the Brotherhood ceases to give him assignments, fearing that he could be killed on the streets for being an "abomination"
- One bard in Kanae made a song about him, meant as an insult. It is named "A song of Ice and Fire"
Alright, that last one might've been too much. Either way, I consider Krika to be the most complex and BEST character in Bionicle, (I think I am not alone here) and it would be shame not to include him in G3.
If you'd like to add something to him, please, write it down!
I have to say that some things come from @DarkMaestro 's story Dichotomy, which I really like.
Thanks for reading!