Well, since I got a request from someone to display one of our Turaga, Tolunga, I thought I'd might as well show all six of the Turaga instead, since all of them look pretty cool.
Most of them where created by ToaKylerak, so give him credit for all of them except for the Turaga of Water.
Sorry for the low-def. quality. I'm taking these from my computer's camera, because my brother was on his iPad.
First off, we have Tolunga, the Turaga of Fire. Originally the leader of the Toa Cartrax, he now is the leader of the Turaga Council of Karhi Nui.
Here is Tolunga, telling the Matoran of Karhi Nui tales of their many quests as the Toa Cartrax, and the legend of Viluu, a mysterious Great Being.
Here he is having a meeting with the Toa of Fire, Kylerak (which is ToaKylerak's self MOC, if you did not know).
Up next we got Gitu, the Turaga of Water. This is the only Turaga actually created by me. Her foot is a broken piece, but it was the only thing I had to keep her color scheme up. Besides, in the story, she damages her leg.
Then we have Letagh, the stubborn Turaga of Air. He is the most colorful of the Turaga of Karhi Nui, thats for sure. Which makes sense, because he's from the air tribe in Karhi Nui.
Then we also have Komatri, the Turaga of Ice. He is my favorite Turaga, which is odd, because I usually like the stone characters. But since this is my fanon I am talking about, I actually admire Komatri in many ways.
Now we got a tough Turaga of Earth. Guto is not your ordinary Turaga of Earth. He was the bravest of the Toa Cartrax, and his bravery still follows through as a Turaga.
Indeed, Guto is always prepared. He carries a gun, which he can place on his right arm as a way of self-defense. It sens out Bio-shocks, so he can not only use it for protection, but also for something to help the Onu-Matoran do work.
Finally, we have Nupui, the Turaga of Stone. He's always cautious about clumsiness, and unfortunately for him, the Toa of Stone is a clumsy one at times.
Altogether, they make up the Turaga of Karhi Nui. Aw, they actually decided to take a group picture!
Well, those are the great Turaga of Karhi Nui, and the ones I serve after. That's all I have for today, so I guess this is the end. Tell me what you think of the Turaga! Are they awesome, or do you have some complaints? Tell me in the comments!
Oh, and may the Speed of Pohatu be with you, Adventurer!