Bionicle fan film highlights #3: Remastered Metru Nui Animations

Somebody has recently remastered all of the 2004 Vahki animations in 3D. They look great (sometimes even more creepy than the original). There is also a little bonus at the end :wink:

Enjoy

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I’ve seen them sometime ago and I really like them. My favourites are the Vorzak animation and the Lhikan one, the 3d animation looks really good, they still look like the originals but more fluid. Really awesome.

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This looks great!

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My personal favorite has to be Toa Lhikan - it really should have been a thing even in 2004!
The bonus even fits the story (not by chance I bet) - False Dume sends out Nuurakh to silence one of the Matoran who saw through his deception. He needs to quench the little flame before it sparks a rebellion. Those infractions weren’t random… I like that attention to detail :star_struck:
I would welcome animations for Dark Hunters too!

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Also, there was a reason why I didn’t renember a lhikan animation, that reason being that there wasn’t one and I have to say that it looks awesome. Almost official if it would have been made in flash, and the setting is awesome.

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Only Lhikan’s misspelled name keeps it from being perfect.

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@ToaKebaka
Honestly I didn’t even notice, mainly because I sometimes am not sure of the right spellings for bionicle names (sometimes even english words) and such so if there is an error I probably don’t notice it or say “is that how you spell it?”, though you are right, it’s almost perfect.

like, why the hell is hiccough spelled like that, just why

A busy matoran is a happy matoran
Quick work is good work.
Turaga Dume sees all.
Thoughts can be dangerous.
Obedience is happiness.

Just to drop those chilling lines.

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These are some really good animations!

Hmm. Here in America, we spell it “hiccup”

I’m sure that there are other words that my simple italian brain can’t understand the spelling of, italian is a lot simpler. If you write something is always gonna habe the same sound, if you write C and then you put an I or an E after that, the C is always soft. If you put an H, an A, an O or a U in front of it than it’s a hard C (except for those words that come from other languages). What’s the deal with this -ough thing, it can be like five different sounds!?

Don’t forget “Pride in the elite” :ok_hand:

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Yeah, English is very confusing with all of its strange rules.

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Wow this looks amazing, although there are a few bits were the walking is off but that doesn’t matter because these are amazing!

i hope he does the bohrok animations

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“Another Hafu original!”

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