So, I've decided to make a topic on my Kronkiwongis. A few things to point out:
- All my old individual Kronkiwongi topics will stay up.
- This is so that those who wish to may view the older versions, along with any discussion that took place in those topics.
- All future Kronkiwongis of mine will be posted in this topic.
- All updates to my current Kronkiwongis will also be posted in this topic.
Now with that out of the way, today I have the first Kronkiwongi to be posted in this topic:
You see, the new Bionicle sets are rumored to have appeared on Target shelves. Last week I went to my local Target and found nothing, so I made this to compensate.
(Yes, he does have a gear function. On both arms. And he is capable of holding a pose despite that.)
There's Omega Tahu from a few angles. Made sure to buff him up and cover him up as much as possible.
Again, he does have a gear function that moves both his arms and still allows for posability.
And there's the custom head design.
Now onto Tahu's sweg, for lack of a better term.
First up are his... daggers? Hidden blades? Anyways, the story behind these is that they're trophies from a past victory against Furno. They're the only bits that survived Tahu's flame... aside from the Mata hands, Glatorian hands, and Glatorian head of course. Also a chunk of Furno's head, possibly.
Tahu with his Furno blades... yeah, I'll go with that name.
Both of the Furno blades just store on his back.
Tahu also includes 4 flame pieces. Technically he has an unlimited amount, but I only really need 4... or 8 if I want him to shoot fire from both of his hands.
As you can see, each of the fire pieces attach to his fingertips, allowing him to burn Furno and Skull Spider alike.
A flame piece can also attached to both of his palms, along with his feet, giving him the ability to fly in the event that his board's out of commission or out of reach.
Next up is Tahu's Omega Sword, forged by King Vultraz himself in the fires of Mount @ToaofUltimateDoom.
And here is Omega Tahu, wielding the Omega Sword.
It also stores on his back, but unfortunately, using the gear function is a more difficult task when the sword is stored because it attaches directly to the gear.
Finally we have Omega Tahu's trusty ride, the Omega Board, equipped with Hype-class 1337 engines and powered by a trans-blue Omega Core, which basically functions as an industrial heartlight. And I'll say it before everyone else does: yes, I do realize how... unfortunately inappropriate the Omega Board looks from certain angles.
A view from the back, with the Hype-class 1337 engines revved, or should I say hyped up.
Omega Tahu's feet can attach to the three blue pins protruding from the Omega Board's surface.
And there he is, riding the Omega Board. To give himself an extra boost, he's shooting flames from his left arm.
Using the two gaps on the backs of his legs, Omega Tahu can also sit down on his Omega Board and contemplate why LEGO didn't do a Christmas release for the new sets.
And that's everything for now folks, I will put up some other MOCs here in the future, so stay tuned, but for now, what are your thoughts on my new Omega Tahu Kronkiwongi?