From midget Malum to the oversized LOSS, discuss about various inaccuracies of sets compared to how they were portrayed in the story, and how you would like them to look like.
I could have sworn that LOSS was too small.
Oh well the 04 matoran were way too tall.
cough cough fenrak cough cough
One word... Axonn.
In the story he is shown being able to hold a Piraka in one hand. Though I like the set, he is way smaller than how they portrayed him in the comics and story.
Brutaka wasn't gold enough in the story.
The mata nui robot.
That wasn't a set.
well. I wish the Takea sharks were bigger..But I dunno..
I wish the Stars were bigger in the story....and as sets.
The Kardas Dragon appears to be a lot larger in the story compared to the Toa than he does as a set.
It should have been.
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Malum wasn't an undersized set.
Sidorak is smaller than Keetongu in the movie.
Keetongu is smaller than Sidorak in the set.
Brutaka only showed up in his voya nui form even though he had been mutated by the pit
Onua is ridiculously big in the online animations compared to his set form
He was extremely undersized. He was confirmed in two books to be at least taller than Ackar, but in fact he was barely taller than an Agori.
Yes! Also, pohatu is huge too. And have any of you noticed gali's chestplate has a different "shape" than everyone else's.
The freaking Exo-Toa. From what I understand, in the story: every toa mata could use them and did. But yet the sets were only compatible with Toa like Tahu.
I really think Lego should of made an alternate model or build that was compatible with Toa like Pohatu and Onua.
If I am wrong, feel free to correct me.
Yeh, they always leave the black n' brown dudes in the dust....
I'd seen some beautiful modifications for the Exo-Toa to work with every individual Toa, on the site Mask of Destiny somewhere.
I'd say the playsets weren't scale
On a more serious note, the '08 vehicles. I don't think all 6 Nuva could have fit on those easily if they tried.
Classic LEGO, being racist.